Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
A genuine and great Kate Wolf album
Kees van der Hoeven | Eindhoven, Netherlands | 04/09/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This bunch of 12 songs recorded by Kate in 1973 somehow isn't regarded as a 'real' Kate Wolf album. At least in the opinion of the (excellent) ... website of the Wolf heirs. But yes, this definitely is a genuine Kate Wolf album. Kate sings as great as she does on her later 'official' albums and she did write all the music. Only difference is that the lyrics aren't hers, they are by a certain Lionel Kilberg. But they are ok, some could have been Kate's, about music, bars, guitar, bums, etc.It's a pity that the collection contains no more than 12 short songs, not much more than half an hour of music. But there are some jewels! 'You', 'Help', 'Nevada', 'Sonja' and title-track 'Breezes' are excellent. Clean, sober, impressive, Kate at her best. This work matches her best cd, 'Poet's Heart'. These 12 minutes music of five great songs make the album a 5-starry one. The tracks where Lionel is vocally present can be skipped. This is no difference from other Kate albums: whenever a male voice joins in harmony with Kate, the song is ruined completely."