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Kate Wolf - Give Yourself To Love

Kate Wolf
Give Yourself To Love

Double album recorded live!

Accompanied by long-time band members Nina Gerber and Ford James, Kate produced this album to accurately reflect her concerts. Awarded 1983 Best Folk Album by NAIRD.


Listen to 1-minute clips here or full songs on YouTube and Spotify.



Kate Wolf   lead vocals, guitar, piano
Nina Gerber   guitar, mandolin, harmonica, harmony vocal
Ford James   bass, harmony vocal
David Balakrishnan   violin
Sharon O'Connor   cello
Bill Griffin   bass

Special Thanks To:
Tom Diamant & Jeff Alexson - for believing it was all possible
Bob Shumaker - for taste, integrity and a sense of humor
Sherman Reinius - for enthusiasm
Beth Jones - for the dolphin and the clown
Joy Reed & Estelle Lemieux - for more than just good food
Dennis Kroeker & Nadine Vaughn - for the beginnings
Country Joe McDonald, Hugh Shacklett, Rose Maddox & Wavy Gravy - Keeps of the flame
Rites of Passage, Novato, California - for the desert wind
My son, Max, my daughter, Hannah, and my stepdaughter, Jewelle for their love
My husband, Terry, for devotion above and beyond; this one is for you

Release History

1983  Kaleidoscope Records F-3001
1994  Rhino Records 71483


Produced by: Kate Wolf and Tom Diamant
Musical arrangements by: Nina Gerber
Recorded by Bodacious Audio: Paul Stubblebine - engineer, Herb Pallant - 2nd engineer
Medicine Wheel and Far-Off Shore recorded by Bob Shumaker, 1750 Arch Street Studio, Berkeley, California
Mixed at 1750 Arch Street Studios, Berkeley, California: Bob Shumaker - engineer
Photography by Beth Jones and others
Album design by Elizabeth Weil
Recorded live on location: Davis, Nevada City, San Francisco, and Berkeley, California, in November 1982 and March 1983
Backstage Catering: Joi Lemieux, Sacramento, California
Band wardrobe by French's Hitching Post, San Rafael, California
Concert sound reinforcement: Substrate Sound, Davis, California
Thanks to the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco; the Palms Playhouse, Davis; and the American Victorian Museum, Nevada City, California


In Memory of song writer Stan Rogers -
the flame is out but the light burns on.