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  • Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Quick View

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    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

    Rateliff has released a few folk albums on his own, but the group's new self-titled solo record goes beyond that, giving Rateliff's formerly spare sound a ferocity and intensity that should surprise some fans.
    1. I Need Never Get Old
    2. Howling At Nothing
    3. Trying So Hard Not To Know

    4. I've Been Failing

    5. S.O.B.
    6. Wasting Time

    7. Thank You

    8. Look It Here
    9. Shake

    10. I'd Be Waiting

    11. Mellow Out
    Nathaniel Rateliff
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • In Memory Of Loss In Memory Of Loss Quick View

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    In Memory Of Loss

    First-ever vinyl release of Nathaniel Rateliff's debut LP for Rounder. Pressed on two 180-gram vinyl LPs.
    1. Once In A Great While
    2. Early Spring Till
    3. We Never Win
    4. Brakeman
    5. Longing and Losing
    6. Oil & Lavender
    7. Shroud
    8. You Should've Seen The Other Guy
    9. Whimper And Wail
    10. Boil & Fight
    11. When We Could
    12. A Lamb On The Stone
    13. When You're Here
    14. Happy Just To Be
    Nathaniel Rateliff
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • A Little Something More From A Little Something More From Quick View

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    A Little Something More From

    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats' new eight-track, extended play, A Little Something More From, is set for release via Fantasy Records. The set, a companion to the band's critically acclaimed debut, features new studio recordings of live favorites including "Parlor," "Out On The Weekend," and "I Did It," original album B-sides including the soulful ballad "What I Need," and "How To Make Friends" and a live version of "Wasting Time" recorded at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis.
    1. Parlor
    2. I Did It
    3. Out on the Weekend (Version 2)
    4. Wasting Time (Recorded live at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music)
    5. What I Need
    6. Just To Talk To You
    7. How To Make Friends
    8. Late Night Party (Out On The Weekend Version 1)
    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl EP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats:  Live At Red Rocks Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats: Live At Red Rocks Quick View

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    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats: Live At Red Rocks

    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats' (Joseph Pope III, Patrick Meese, Mark Shusterman, Luke Mossman,
    Andreas Wild and Nick Etwell) first ever full-length concert recording, Live at Red Rocks, will be released on Stax Records. Produced by Nathaniel Rateliff, the blistering, 18-song set captures a commanding, euphoric performance from one of most enthralling live acts in
    the world.
    LP 1
    1. Failing Dirge
    2. I've Been Failing
    3. Look It Here
    4. Intro
    5. Howling At Nothing
    6. Wasting Time
    7. Mellow Out
    8. Early Spring Till
    9. You Should've Seen The Other Guy


    LP 2
    1. I Need Never Get Old
    2. Shake
    3. Out On The Weekend
    4. Thank You
    5. I Did It
    6. Trying So Hard Not To Know
    7. S.O.B.
    8. S.O.B. (Reprise)
    9. Having A Party

    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
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  • All Princes I All Princes I Quick View

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    All Princes I

    Denver folk & roll songstress EsmÉ Patterson is releasing her solo album November 20th with Illegal Pete's record label, Greater Than Collective.


    Described by Patterson in an interview as raw, All Princes, I is greatly influenced by Van Morrison's Astral Weeks and Feists's Metals. Making appearances on the album are Nathaniel Rateliff, Roger Green (formerly of the Czars), Ben Desoto (Czars, Nathaniel Rateliff, Bare Bones), Genevieve Patterson and Sarah Anderson (Paper Bird), Carrie Beeder, Eric Moon, Mike Fitzmorris, Will Duncan, and many more.

    1. My Young Man
    2. All the Days
    3. Jessica
    4. Broken Jawbone
    5. You & Intro
    6. You &
    7. Fall Asleep, Steal Away
    8. Easter Sunday
    9. Swimmer
    10. Aquarius
    11. Sun Up 2 Sun Down
    12. No Heat
    13. Elysium
    14. Asleep Inside Love
    15. Light Of Day
    Esme Patterson
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Woman To Woman Woman To Woman Quick View

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    Woman To Woman

    I was sitting in a hotel room in Spearfish, SD learning to play a Townes Van Zandt tune called Loretta, and as I was singing the words, I started to get angry, says Esme Patterson on the inspiration behind her new album 'Woman to Woman.' I started thinking how one-sided and aubjective a lot of 'love songs' are, and how a lot of women immortalized in songs might tell a different side of the story if anyone ever asked.


    That realization inspired Patterson to write an album of response songs that aims to give voice to seven women from popular music: Jolene (Dolly Parton), Alison (Elvis Costello), Loretta (Townes Van Zandt), Caroline (The Beach Boys), Eleanor Rigby (The Beatles), Evangeline (The Band), and Irene (Leadbelly).


    They are archetypes from songs, frozen forever in black and white, she says. I did my best to add some color and give them some humanity.


    Well known for her work as a vocalist for Denver, CO's Paper Bird, Patterson also appeared on Anais Mitchell's 'Hadestown,' has performed on both Letterman and Leno as a backup singer for Tennis, and has collaborated with artists like Shakey Graves, Nathaniel Rateliff, Nick Jaina, and Reed Foehl. 'Woman to Woman' is her second solo release.

    1. Valentine (Elvis Costello - 'Alison')
    2. Never Chase A Man (Dolly Parton - 'Jolene')
    3. Tumbleweed (Townes Van Zandt - 'Loretta')
    4. The Glow (The Beach Boys - 'Caroline, No')
    5. Bluebird (The Beatles - 'Eleanor Rigby')
    6. Louder Than the Sound (The Band - 'Evangeline')
    7. A Dream (Leadbelly - 'Goodnight Irene')
    Esme Patterson
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    10 Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Falling Faster Than You Can Run (Out Of Stock) Falling Faster Than You Can Run (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Falling Faster Than You Can Run (Out Of Stock)

    Well, it doesn't take long for Falling Faster Than You Can Run to reveal that Nathaniel Rateliff isn't in a very good place. His deep funk is revealed very quickly on the opening track 'Still Trying': "If you roll in it long enough/your shit won't even smell" sings Rateliff, in between crying out, unaccompanied, "I don't know/I don't know/a god damned thing".


    And that's the feeling that sticks throughout this, often very fine, new record from Denver, Colorado's Missouri-born Rateliff. On his second full-length album (dropping the & the Wheel from his name) loneliness is writ large: not the kind of loneliness from actually being along, but the kind that comes from being constantly surrounded by people yet unable to shake the feeling of complete isolation. Rateliff has toured with many, many acts over the past few years and most recently has spent time with Dr Dog and fellow Denver act (and friends) The Lumineers. Thankfully, Rateliff rarely sounds like his friends (you might say I'm not a fan) and instead writes and plays music with a lot of heart and soul. It's often his voice that's the star of the show thanks to the subtly-arranged instrumentation: part matured Kurt Wagner burr and part throat-ravaged bluesman ( a bit The Tallest Man on Earth) it's a voice you could listen to all day. But good voice is nothing without good songs, and Rateliff comes with plenty of ammunition on Falling Faster Than You Can Run.


    "Still Trying" is an arresting opener; while Rateliff's heart-wrenching roars are the highlight, the backing isn't too shabby either - acoustic guitar and bass drum battle for the spotlight on a ragged country song, and it sounds authentic, like Rateliff has lived what he's singing. And things get better quickly: "I Am" is mostly just Rateliff and his guitar, as broaches his isolation singing: "you'll never know what's buried there / less you dig around". The music swells as he sings the title over and over, following a similar pattern to the album opener. But before things get too familiar, Rateliff picks up the pace with a couple of full band numbers that could almost be considered jaunty, if we were to ignore the lyrics. "Don't Get Too Close" is fine enough and ticks over nicely like a quickstep, but "Laborman" is even better. Like Wilco at their poppiest, it flies off on crunchy and bright electric guitars which belies the lyrical content: "I got a feelin' / a sleepin' depression / that somebody's gonna get hurt", sings Rateliff, followed by "you got the harness/so where you gonna drag me now?" You can see a pattern developing here; Rateliff's stuck somewhere he doesn't want to be, lonely, but how does he get out of it? Take another look at that album cover too - a couple share a bed, an arm reaches out yet it doesn't touch the other person. It's basically a visual encapsulation of what's being sung about.


    The epic electric storm of "Forgetting Is Believing" leads a trio of great closing tracks, ending with the Lambchop-murmur of the title track. Rateliff's baritone is exposed and dusty as he sings "leave me alone/you can see me fall/faster than you can run", ending as he started the record - alone and isolated.


    Falling Faster Than You Can Run feels, through the dirt, the shit and the whisky, and despite the loneliness, like a hard-earned triumph for Nathaniel Rateliff.


    - Andrew Hannah (The Line Of Best Fit)

    1. Still Trying
    2. I Am
    3. Don't Get Too Close
    4. Laborman
    5. How To Win
    6. Nothing To Show For
    7. Right On
    8. Three Fingers
    9. Forgetting Is Believing
    10. When Do You See
    11. Falling Faster Than You Can Run
    Nathaniel Rateliff
    $18.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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