Posted on: June 15, 2015 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

The soulful voice of Paul Doffing during his latest track, Sure Doesn’t Matter Anymore, will resound loudly in the minds and hearts of listeners. There is a timeless aspect to Doffing’s vocals that ties together the work of early Dylan, Phil Ochs, and Paul Simon into a composition that is beautiful and affecting.


Nothing more than a guitar and Paul’s vocals are needed to create a rich narrative that straddles the line between the folk and singer-songwriter traditions. The dynamic created between these two elements establishes something that is decidedly greater than the sum of its constituent parts. Enough ground is covered in four minutes to ensure that this track can be played on repeat as new insights are continually gleaned.

Rating: 8.6/10

Paul Doffing Sure Doesn’t Matter Anymore Single Review / 2015 / / /

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