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Love and Destruction


Download links and information about Love and Destruction by Michael Wolff. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 55:53 minutes.

Artist: Michael Wolff
Release date: 2006
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 13
Duration: 55:53
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No. Title Length
1. Tell Me 5:06
2. Falling In Love 2:51
3. Almost Everything 1:27
4. Everything In It's Right Place 5:34
5. Underwater 5:08
6. Hallelujah 5:20
7. Ya Ya 3:47
8. Stop In the Name of Love 4:27
9. Miss You 4:12
10. Mellow Yellow 4:03
11. Tango 5:28
12. Hostage O 3:03
13. Everytody's Got to Learn Sometime 5:27



Michael Wolff has a strong reputation as a versatile and swinging jazz pianist. Love and Destruction is a major change for him; on this set he is cast as a singer/songwriter, performing modern folk music and sounding a bit (tone-wise) like Michael Franks but with a weaker voice. His website claims that this set of music is a mixture of rock, pop and world music and it is true that his jazz piano and improvising are greatly de-emphasized. But the messages Wolff sings about (including on five of his originals) are not that compelling, the covers are not particularly memorable, the musicians have little to do, and Wolff's voice will not impress many listeners. Hopefully Love and Destruction is only a temporary departure from Michael Wolff's musical strengths.