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Mariam Wallentin (Stockholm, Sweden)
Andreas Werliin (Stockholm, Sweden)

An almost unclassifiable mix of spiritual pop, primal blues and powerful drumming, Sweden’s Wildbirds & Peacedrums are singer Mariam Wallentin and drummer Andreas Werliin.

The pair met in 2004 at Gothenburg’s Academy Of Music And Drama, and married the following year. Frustrated by the ... Read more in Amazon's Wildbirds & Peacedrums Store

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great 8 April 2009
By S. Howarth - Published on Amazon.com
This is a very difficult band to rate and review, as is the album. To the comment of the album being minimal in comparison to the live performance, I believe you can never truly rate one based on the other. They are two very different things with two very different motives. A live performance is a heart to heart, direct; but an album is always going to be distant to a degree, and will always be different from the heart to heart. To me, an album is a preview; it drives you to meet and see the creation as it is meant to be, performed (in most cases). The album is very good, a little rough to listen to sometimes, but all around completely worth it. I WANT to see the show, the album drove me to WANT to go see this band. I missed their show in San Francisco, and it honestly aggravated me so much that I felt like I needed to go see another band I loved just to balance it out. Listen to this CD, listen to "The Snake" which will be out soon, and go see this band share their gift.
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Disappointing 12 Mar. 2009
By Hideous Braxley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album was really disappointing considering how amazing this band was live! Most sorely missing was the muffled, Edith Piaf, old-record quality of Mariam Wallentin's voice. It comes across way too loud and clear in this album and makes me think of old Ani Difranco instead of the incredibly dancey avant-garde music I heard when they opened for Lykke Li in Seattle.
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