Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme - Caterwauling flac mp3
Stuart John "Woolly" Wolstenholme (15 April 1947 – 13 December 2010) was a vocalist and keyboard player with the British progressive rock band Barclay James Harvest. Wolstenholme was born in Chadderton, Lancashire on 15 April 1947, and went to school at North Chadderton Secondary Modern School. His first instrument was a tenor banjo, which he took up at the age of 12, and he also played tenor horn for the Delph band.
WOOLLY WOLSTENHOLME'S MAESTOSO is a Eclectic Prog, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. Woolly wolstenholme's maestoso. Eclectic Prog, United Kingdom.
webcom2011Media: Maestoso (Woolly Wolstenholme, Barclay James Harvest) - Caterwauling (2007) MP3 CBR 320 kbps 14. 4 MB SCANS Time: 58:47 Genre: Rock, Progressive Rock, Eclectic Prog Label: Cherry Red Records/Esoteric Recordings Cat. ECLE. Following the highly successful 2006 tour by John Lees' Barclay James harvest, keyboard player Woolly Wolstenholme completed work on his fourth studio album. A stunning work in a modern "progressive" style, it evokes the "classic" sound of BJH whilst adding a harder edge which is all Wolstenholme's own. The album also features a guest contributions from Viola player & Flautist Geoffrey Richardson (of Caravan & Penguin Cafe Orchestra) and is certain to appeal to the followers of Barclay James Harvest.
While One Drop was an exuberantly diverse musical affair and Grim a wildly creative concept set, Caterwauling neither explores new musical territory nor presents an overarching theme. A far more introspective affair, here Maestoso seems intent on solidifying his musical ideas. There again, the artist is not immune to current events or their antecedents, tracing the long historical trek of the "Soldier of Fortune" across a free-form jazzy, prog rocker. Flipping the coin, Maestoso then follows a patriotic young enlistee down "The Road to Nowhere. The latter's a perfect.
Born in 1947, Woolly Wolstenholme helped found UK progressive rock band Barclay James Harvest. With influences ranging from Love and Vanilla Fudge through Mahler to UK and Radiohead, he stayed with Barclay James Harvest until 1979. Over the next thirty years, Wolstenholme would record six albums, five with of them with his band Maestoso.
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|1||Caterwauling||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||0:49|
|2||Soldier of Fortune||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||11:36|
|3||The Road to Nowhere||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||4:08|
|4||Matilda Yarrow||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||5:04|
|5||The Collector||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||4:04|
|6||Closure||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||2:44|
|7||Always||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||4:06|
|8||I Don't Like You||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||3:33|
|9||Tonight Could Be the Night||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||4:10|
|10||Shoes||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||3:43|
|11||Strange Worlds||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||2:16|
|12||Quicksand||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||5:30|
|13||Blossom Hill||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||3:53|
|14||Pills||Maestoso / Woolly Wolstenholme||3:11|
CreditsMaestoso - Primary Artist
Woolly Wolstenholme - Primary Artist