Review: Auf Wiedersehen, Me Duck – Paul Walker & Karen Pfeiffer

Auf Wiedersehen, Me Duck is the eagerly awaited new album from Anglo-German duo Paul Walker & Karen Pfeiffer. The arrangements throughout complement Walker and Pfeiffer’s style and the sound that fans have come to know and love from the pair. The album opens with ‘Our Golden Age’ which transports us back to the industrial age complete with a sing-along chorus. Meanwhile, Paul gets to show off his finger-picking guitar skills on ‘Where I Live’ whilst ‘The Answer’ has a lovely Irish Flute in the mix. The record concludes with the title track taken from a live performance. It shows the humour the pair can inject into their writing and the engagement they have with their audience. All in all, it’s another great album from the duo who go from strength to strength. Producer Ed Bersey has done a fantastic job of the subtle yet effective arrangements whilst Paul Hutchinson (accordion) and Ciaran Algar (fiddle) really help bring the music to life with their contributions. 


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