Wulf Zendik – Wulfsong Vo. Label: Zendik Arts – none. Format: CD, Album, Compilation. Fold out booklet with lyrics. The tone-poems on Wolfsong Vo. we're recorded over a span of more than twenty-five years, and they feature Wulf at his most intimate, often with just a single instrument accompanying him and his magnificent voice
Real Name: Lawrence E. Wulfing. Profile: American author, poet, musician, environmentalist, and bohemian (born in El Paso, Texas, October 7, 1920 – June 12, 1999) Founder Of Zendik Arts Farm. In Groups: Zendik Orgaztra, Zendik Tribe Band. Variations: Viewing All Wulf Zendik. Wulfsong Vo. (CD, Album, Comp).
Artists Wulf Zendik WulfSong Volume 1. WulfSong Volume 1 Wulf Zendik. WulfSong Volume 1. 2003. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist WulfSong Volume 1. 1.
Wulfsong Volume 1 is a music studio album recording by WULF ZENDIK (Indo-Prog/Raga Rock/Progressive Rock) released in 2004 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Only for completionists (0%).
Guidance from Vernon, Fl. Life Less Lost. Feather One's Nest (RE: Spirit of Orr). Listen (Listen: ) Into the Oracle. Owen knight (w/ blacklight braille). Children of the Mist. Lonely Man Blues (Listen: ) WulfSong Vol. Zendik Arts. CHRISTOPHER MONTGOMERY. Thoughts on an Escalator (Listen
ZENDIK ORGAZTRA released WULFSONG VOLUME 1 (WULF ZENDIK), in 2004. Added To Proggnosis Database on: 3/19/2008 12:00:00 AM Entry Last Updated on: 4/5/2016 7:12:00 PM by: DBSilver.
Listen to music from Wulf Zendik like Lonely Man Blues, The Hawk & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Wulf Zendik. He first invented an instrument which could accompany his voice; 8-stringed instrument which is a cross between a sitar and guitar. We can hear this improvisational and unique musical manifestation in the lonely and introspect Wulfsong.
|1||Lonely Man Blues|
|3||My Arol (When She Sees Yellow)|
|7||When She's Gone|
- Remastered By – Zoe
NotesFold out booklet with lyrics
The tone-poems on Wolfsong Vol.1 we're recorded over a span of more than twenty-five years, and they feature Wulf at his most intimate, often with just a single instrument accompanying him and his magnificent voice. Beautiful revealing and rippling with plain-spoken power, they document the emotions of an artist at work capturing the immediacy of a life of love and sorrow
Wulf's recording setup was very simple and direct often just a low-fi tape recorder and a cheap microphone held in place by a couple of rubber bands - and the music itself is also simple and direct, gaining impact from the honest and emotional practice of art.
Whether backed by detuned acoustic guitar, keyboards, or his own stringed hybrids - the Itar and Bassura - Wulf gave vivid testimony to the primal need for creativity and passion.
Restored and remastered by Zoe in the Zendik Arts Studio Wolfsong Vol.1 is the first in a series dedicated to the legacy of this innovative musical master.