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Peter's 3rd release

Now that this has been released in digital format maybe we can get Peter's first 2 solo efforts, Lights Out & Come As You Are.

Pesonally I like Peter's last 4 solo releases better then his 80's stuff but that doesn't mean this one or the first 2 are not worthy to be in anyones collection. I like all of his stuff and even though this one's sound is very 80'sish and much closer to a Freeze Frame era J Geils Band sound then Lights Out or Come As You Are it still has that Peter Wolf funk about it and that makes it good.

Underrated

This album has a definate 80's feel which is a negative. But in spite of that this is a good album. Very upbeat and the song writing is top notch, 'When Women Are Lonely' and 'Arrows And Chains' are my favorite tracks. And this is not a J Geils album. If you like grooving while driving walking or running this is an album you want.

Very nice release

This will take you back to the 80s and provide you with some classic Peter Wolfe.

Biography

Born: March 7, 1946 in New York, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Best known for his tenure fronting the J. Geils Band, singer Peter Wolf was born and raised in the Bronx, and came from a family active in show business. His father was a dancer, song plugger, disc jockey, and singer of light opera; his mother, an organizer for the civil rights and labor movements, was a teacher for inner-city children in the Bronx. Wolf's earliest passion was painting, and he was accepted on a scholarship to the Museum of Modern Art's Special Studies for Children, and later to the...
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