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Paul Wassif

Paul Wassif

Paul Wassif


Paul Wassif’s early career in Punk/Rock band The London Cowboys, followed by various stints in NY bands with New York Dolls members Jerry Nolan and Sylvain Sylvain, could not be more different in style and substance to the melodic country/blues that now identifies Paul's music. His first album ‘Looking Up Feeling Down’ is a beautifully crafted collection of Paul’s own songs and traditional masterpieces mined from the rich heritage of Country, Blues and Folk Music. Read more on Last.fm
Paul Wassif’s early career in Punk/Rock band The London Cowboys, followed by various stints in NY bands with New York Dolls members Jerry Nolan and Sylvain Sylvain, could not be more different in style and substance to the melodic country/blues that now identifies Paul's music. His first album ‘Looking Up Feeling Down’ is a beautifully crafted collection of Paul’s own songs and traditional masterpieces mined from the rich heritage of Country, Blues and Folk Music. The album features guest appearances from Bert Jansch and Eric Clapton, performing together for the first time, as well as Evan Jenkins, The Watson Brothers, Robin Clayton, Lynn Glaser, Steve Counsel and Seamus Beaghen. From the hypnotic finger picking on ‘900 Miles’ and ‘Lonely Highway’, to the driving electric guitars on ‘I Missed It All’ and ‘Rosemary Lane’, to the spine tingling slide guitar on ‘Just for You’, the album showcases Paul’s versatile guitar playing, sensitive songwriting and inspired arrangements. Read more on Last.fm.

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