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Looking Back At You (Live, Los Angeles, 1977-1979)

Kate Wolf

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Ten live songs, performed at various venues in Southern California between 1977 and 1979 (several at a club in Santa Monica, a couple for a public radio show in L.A., and one at the San Diego Folk Festival). Wolf never exactly went in for heavy production on her studio albums, yet these tracks are notably sparser, featuring little besides Wolf's vocals and guitars (by Wolf and accompanists). The approach is different enough from her studio work to make this worth hearing by fans, especially as it includes both original songs and unexpected covers of compositions by Leonard Cohen, Jackson Browne, Tom Paxton, Utah Phillips, and others.


Born: 27 January 1942 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Although she was a significant presence on the folk scene between the late '70s and mid-'80s, it's difficult to categorize Kate Wolf as a folk performer (though that is ultimately the broad category that suits her best). Although she largely employed acoustic instrumentation, she really owed more to the contemporary singer/songwriter movement than folk-based traditions. While it's easy to imagine her music appealing to fans of, say, Joni Mitchell, she never made the slightest impact on the rock audience,...
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