Patrick Wolf - The Magic Position (CD, Album)

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  1. Patrick Wolf I found in Rolling Stone "artists to watch for" and since I became intrigued I bought "The Magic Position". Overall, I fairly assigned 4 stars to the CD. Since my collection as of late is growing at a rapid rate (blame that to musical boredom and a need to listen more and new acts)I only have heard this album 1 time but there are /5(23).
  2. The Magic Position This song is by Patrick Wolf and appears on the album The Magic Position (). So let the people talk This Monday morning walk Right past the fabulous mess we're in It's gonna be a beautiful day So do the bluebirds sing As I take your hand And you take my kiss And I take the world 'Cause out of all the people I've known The places I've been The .
  3. Patrick Wolf. Produced by Patrick Wolf. Album The Magic Position. Augustine Lyrics. As the bell tower Blocks the summer light All the seeds in our garden fight To break and blossom All to be adored.
  4. The Magic Position is the third studio album by English-Irish singer-songwriter Patrick Wolf. It was released on 26 February It was released on 26 February The album features collaborations with Marianne Faithfull and Edward Larrikin of Larrikin Love as well as backing vocals by Wolf's sister Jo Apps and also bass and alto clarinet instrumentation by Derek Apps.
  5. Patrick's debut album. Originally released in on CD and re-released on CD and vinyl in April This is probably my favorite Wolf album or shares its first position with The Magic Position. The tracks Bloodbeat and A Boy Like Me originally appeared on his debut .
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Magic Position - Patrick Wolf on AllMusic -
  7. Patrick Wolf (born Patrick Denis Apps, 30 June ) is an English singer-songwriter from South London. Wolf uses a wide variety of instruments in his music, most commonly the ukulele, piano, and viola. He is known for combining electronic sampling with classical instruments. Wolf's styles range from electronic pop to Baroque chamber music.

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