Bill Wolfer "Wolf"

Bill Wolfer "Wolf"

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Bill Wolfer
Solar (Japan) 1982
P-11327 (LP) Obi, Insert
sleeve : EX+(One corner slightly crushed)
media : EX+/EX(A slight dust noise.)

This is a solo album released in 1982 by Bill Wolfer, an American composer/keyboardist who programmed Stevie Wonder's "Secret Life" and Michael Jackson's "Billy Jean". The album also features one track each by Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson, and features delay-enhanced cutting guitars reminiscent of Chas Jankel's classic "Glad to Know You" and Jon Gibson's groovy vocals reminiscent of Stevie Wonder. B4 features a bright backing piano and vocoder vocals reminiscent of Herbie Hancock over solid breakbeats from a rhythm machine. The mellow feel of the track is also great.

B1: Why Do You Do Me
B2: Wake Up

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