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Friday, November 30, 2018

Khalif Wailin' Walter - Nothin' Left To Lose - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Nothin' Left To Lose, from Khalif Wailin' Walter and it's aggressive. I love it when an artist takes the threads of music and weaves a fabric all their own and Walter is doing this in a big way. Opening with Reign Down Fire, Walter works a basic blues groove with finger picked blues lines, a deep bass line by Danie Hopf and drums by Daniel Grzelak complimenting his own rich vocals a wailing electric guitar soloing. This is really quite simple yet remarkable. Sliding into a simple R&B track, I've Made A Change with Matt Shevitz and Juergen Wiechin on sax, Walter shows he is just as comfortable laying down a simple pop tune. You like reggae, we got, Why Did I Do It, with hot blues guitar riffs tugging all the way. Very nice. Straight down BB King highway with a blues shuffle, One Last Nerve, Walter hits the blues straight on with his personal blues riff attacks. One of my favorite tracks on the release is slow blues number, Worries, Worries, Worries with edgy vocal tension, nicely controlled drumming by Grzelak, Jacelak Prokopowitz on keys and soulful guitar runs that make you sit up and listen. Very nice. Wrapping the release is R&B track, Can You Feel My Groove with funky guitar rhythm and balanced keyboard work by Prokoplwitz with smooth vocals and a memorable melody making for a solid closer. 

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