Baby You Know Me – Wolfsuka

Baby You Know Me

Baby You Know Me came to me as a song recommendation on you tube. I wish I had an enlightening backstory to tell you, but I haven’t. However Baby You Know Me does headline all the songs starting with ‘B’ in the music project. Hurray!

There is very little information online about Wolfsuka although they do have their own web site, but apart from samples of their music from their album Poison to the Artists which houses today’s song – Baby You Know Me and a song titled funnily enough – Would I trade my life to be Bob Dylan? their contains very little else – not even tour dates or band credits. Although on the you tube description of their official release below it states: Produced by Ryan Shmedly Maynes. Female vocals by Lee McAfee. Bass by Shmed.

The moment I opened this song I was attracted to its rollicking and jangling composition. Every once in a while musicians capture something special in a bottle and Wolfsuka did that by finding a restrained, but fantastic toe tapping rhythm in this song.  What isn’t there to like about it? From the vaguely Dylanesque vocals to the improvisational setting –  “It’s funny you’re in my thoughts,” it starts, but then the singer changes his mind and backpedals. “No, no, back up…you’re not in my thoughts at all. You’re a hiccup.”

I might one day buy their whole album, until then I will have to settle for this. I hope you enjoy Baby You Know Me as much as I do.

“The more I live, the more I learn. The more I learn, the more I realize, the less I know.”- Michel Legrand

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5 comments on “Baby You Know Me – Wolfsuka
  1. Bruce says:

    I didn’t know this at all – and thought it slightly addictive and kind of quirky!

  2. badfinger20 says:

    Bruce said it best when he said it was quirky….and it’s very likable. I like how they arranged it also. I’ll have to check more of them out. How could anyone not like this?

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