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|2. 3 Degrees|
|3. Let Me Be|
|6. In Transit|
|8. Journey Song|
|9. A 4th World|
|11. No Woman No Cry|
|14. Green Spandex|
|15. The 12th Of September|
Chances are if you buy this album it will be something you really have never heard before!!
He uses a unique combination of acoustics, harmonica, assortments of didgeridoo's, and others instruments on his album.
As I watched Xavier play, my soul was moved by his soothing voice and the ryhtmn of his playing.
Nowhere near as good as Spirit Bird or the other one of his I have. Pretty version of no woman no cry thoughPublished 12 months ago by TJay
Gave it away to another who loves it, so the taste here is highly personal. I thought the album disrespectful to his audience, i.e. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bibliophile
If you like real, homegrown music, then this is the cd for you. All CDs by this guy are great. I really don't have a favorite because they are all equally good. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Island Daddy
I first heard of Xavier through a cousin and was hooked. Saw him live in Wis. last year right at the stage and its a sight to see him play and hear his music. Read morePublished on April 26, 2012 by dahlingz
The CD I recieved, which indicated it was Used - Good Condition was damaged and would get stuck on Song 5. Read morePublished on March 22, 2011 by KCVC
The cd was in a cover which was titled correctly, and the cd, itself, was labelled correctly. However, the cd content did not have any of the songs on the "Solace" album. Read morePublished on October 23, 2009 by C. Burk
Using his didgeridoo and acoustic guitar, Xaver Rudd produces smooth beats with flowing lyrics.
This CD is a great example of the brilliant folk music he produces.
I ordered this album, and also "White Moth." Both are wonderful, and I would recommend them highly. I look forward to more of his music in the future.Published on February 16, 2008 by Brook B. Petersen