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The first official release from Big Sur inhabitant Levi Strom since his self titled debut record in 2005. Many of the tracks were recorded live, some right as they were being written. Levi still plays many of the instruments on The Lone Wolf but this time has some help from his friends in the band Cave Country, and fellow LA musicians Trever Beld-Jiminez and Neal Casal. The record almost plays like a greatest hits, which isn’t too surprising considering it’s over 5 years of songwriting, but that’s not to say The Lone Wolf lacks continuety. Actually, to the contrary, The Lone Wolf plays like a record, I mean from beginning to middle to end it’s a real record. Over all this is a soft record, although a few tracks stick out, One Kiss an electro-rock suicide ballad in the vein of 80’s New Wave and Wild Child, a raunchy bar room sing along that smells of early Rolling Stones, in a Stromy kinda way! If you want a taste of the many styles Levi is capable of this record will not disappoint, but be warned that once this thing goes in your speakers it may not come out for awhile, at least until the next Strom record is out.