Texas Country Star Jon Wolfe Keeps the Traditional Sound Real with “Dos Corazones” (Review)

A Texas country radio star, Jon Wolfe, released Dos Corazones, his 7th studio album, today, September 1. 

In the year that followed, Wolfe met Grammy-nominated producer Dave Brainard, Grammy-winning songwriter Tony Ramey, Award-Winning videographer Mason Dixon, and photographer Jeremy Thomas in the Chihuahuan desert and wrote the majority of the album there.

A generation-defining album concept weaves in aspects of love, loss, American values, as well as a celebration of the new year. An unforgettable year deserves a fitting soundtrack. Including 17 songs, and lasting just over an hour, Dos Corazones maintains Wolfe’s strong tradition of consistently making music that doesn’t need any modifiers to describe it as country music. 

DOS CORAZONES TRACK LIST

  1. “La Llegada” (Overture) 
  2. “Here’s To All My Heroes” | Written by: Jon Wolfe, Dave Brainard and Tony Ramey
  3. “A Cowgirl Like You” | Written by: Jon Wolfe, Dave Brainard and Tony Ramey
  4. “That’s What I’m Doin’” | Written by: Brandon Kinney, Josh Thompson, Carlton Anderson and Phil O’Donnell
  5. “Tequila Sundown” | Written by: Jon Wolfe, Dave Brainard and Tony Ramey
  6. “Waitin’ On A Dog To Bark” | Written by: Josh Thompson, Ben Hayslip, Chase McGill
  7. “Two Hearts In Terlingua” | Written by: Jon Wolfe, Dave Brainard and Tony Ramey
  8. “I’m Your Guy” | Written by: Jon Wolfe, Dave Brainard and Tony Ramey
  9. “When The Good Ol Boys Age Out” | Written by: Jon Wolfe, Dave Brainard and Tony Ramey
  10. “Famous Among Fools” | Written by: Tony Ramey
  11. “American Country Band” | Written by: Jon Wolfe, Dave Brainard and Tony Ramey
  12. “Why Can’t You” (Conrad’s Song) | Written by: Greg Bates and Matt Willis
  13. “Lost Cause Like Me” | Written by: Jon Wolfe, Dave Brainard and Tony Ramey
  14. Runaway With Me” | Written by: Jon Wolfe and Tony Ramey
  15. “Anybody Playin’ Sad Songs” | Written by: Jon Wolfe, Dave Brainard and Tony Ramey
  16. “Beers We Ain’t Drank Yet” | Written by: Josh Thompson, Matt Dragstrem and Ben Hayslip
  17. “I’ll Never Be The Same” | Written by: Tony Lane and Brice Long

In his original 11-day venture, Wolfe accomplishes exactly what he set out to do.  As its literal translation implies, Dos Corazones (two hearts) captures the human condition and offers listeners a way out of reality.  

What do you think?

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