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Nathaniel Rateliff 5/2/14

Nathaniel Rateliff 5/2/14
Written by Amy Faerber
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  • Date Recorded: May 2, 2014
  • Artist / Band: Nathaniel Rateliff
  • Hosting Show: Gold Soundz
  • Sound: Andy Coco

In the middle of a world tour in support of his sophomore album, "Falling Faster Than You Can Run," Hermann, Missouri native Nathaniel Rateliff recorded a session that validates why local talent should be given a good listen.

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"Don't Get Too Close" showcases his sharp voice which rolls like waves as the lyrics come up to meet the echoing guitar. This is one of those songs where all of a sudden things change and right in the middle he delivers a louder, more bombastic sound which contrasts nicely with the quiet beginning and end. "Three Fingers" is a more pensive and thoughtful tune where the wisdom in his voice really shines through. "Still Trying" has a great line that repeats at the end, "this room is gonna cancel me out," which is a familiar situation for us all, perhaps.

Nathaniel Rateliff's songs are like little puzzles that are just waiting to be pondered over and enjoyed. Take a listen and see what you think.

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