Nathaniel Street-West

Nathaniel Street-West

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 133   
Member Since: 2003
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Witness

Produced by legendary producer/engineer Mark Howard (U2, Bob Dylan, Daniel Lanois) the album Witness, now in pre-release to appear in stores April...

American Way

Bam! Nathaniel's latest album starts off with not a punch but a full-blown suplex. Beginning with the track, Revulsion, he explains to the listener...

Light Out For the Territory

At the age of 24 Nathaniel Street West has a decade of solid experience as a professional musician behind him. Simply one of the best guitarists of...

American Way

Rock - Alternative

Bam! Nathaniel's latest album starts off with not a punch but a full-blown suplex. Beginning with the track, Revulsion, he explains to the listener that something has been bothering him and that he may explode. This is a perfect lead-in to the second track, Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee, that dishes out his dirge on American history and its hypocrisy, all surrounded by his new love of bass fuzz and guitar crunch - something quite different than his previous release, Light Out For The Territory. The third song, Wedding Song, immediately changes gears into an acoustic ballad about growing up and spreading out. The songs on the album, American Way, Weighted Words, and Sidewinder, remind the listener of his naturally blues-influenced background are not overpowered by the strong intro and set the listener on a pleasant auto-drive through the rest of the album. Once again the album's quality is top-notch, lyrically, musically, and poetically and ends with a free-form, train-of-thought poem, organically complimented by instruments. Nathaniel has an edgy voice that allows him to sing many musical genres and while most of the tracks gave the listener familiarity, the harder pieces show that his writing is not pigeon-holed into blues but yearns to explore and experience new sounds and feelings. Reviewed by Chris at Gida Folk Radio

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