In Memory Of Loss (Deluxe Edition) Nathaniel Rateliff
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- 1Once In A Great While03:59
- 2Early Spring Till04:00
- 3We Never Win02:35
- 5Longing And Losing02:41
- 6Oil & Lavender03:15
- 8You Should've Seen The Other Guy03:01
- 9Whimper And Wail03:29
- 10Boil & Fight03:03
- 11When We Could03:41
- 12A Lamb On The Stone03:56
- 13When You're Here01:49
- 14Happy Just To Be03:14
- 16Pounds And Pounds03:49
- 17You Make All The Noise04:22
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The first things you notice are the voice and the space. That voice belongs to Nathaniel Rateliff, a man who’s earned the twang and hard-knock weariness that shines through on his 2010 Rounder debut. The space comes courtesy of producer Brian Deck (Califone, Iron & Wine, Modest Mouse), who helped transform 8-track bedroom demos into miniature epics of contrast, beauty, and yearning.
In Memory of Loss is a stunning, heartbreaking sonic document from a singer-songwriter who’s made his way from a childhood in Bay, Missouri (pop. 60) to the national stage. Rateliff’s debut album is rooted in a bygone era. It’s both fresh and classic, imbued with a melancholy nostalgia, the rough candor of rock 'n' roll’s past and the warmth and earnestness of folk storytellers. No wonder Time Out New York says Rateliff conjures "the ghosts of Nick Drake and Gram Parsons."
These tracks, with their soulful minimalism, hint of the music he grew up on – Van Morrison, Muddy Waters, The Beatles – yet Rateliff is also at home in what may be called, for lack of a better term, the neo-folk revival. His voice is so confident that you can occasionally imagine the music dropping out entirely, a song propelled solely by Rateliff’s a capella strengths – equal parts church spiritual and TV On The Radio riffing on The Pixies.
Nathaniel says of the album: “My goal is to make people have honest emotions and a real experience by listening to music in the same way that I feel, the same way that most people feel when they listen to music, that it touches them in some way."
This persistent troubadour has struggled and persevered to this point. Now, the wider world is ready for Nathaniel Rateliff.
is a striking, emotive tenor vocalist and songwriter whose work runs the gamut from simple folk and Americana to roots rock & roll to vintage rhythm & blues. He and his band the Night Sweats are based in Denver, Colorado. After fronting two earlier bands, Rateliff released a solo record on Rounder in 2010 entitled In Memory of Loss, as well as the independent offering Falling Faster Than You Can Run in 2013. Both records were acclaimed for their quiet, intensely personal songwriting and Americana sound. Rateliff had begun writing songs that required a band, so he formed the Night Sweats. Their rowdy retro sound was deeply influenced by vintage soul, R&B and gospel traditions, Van Morrison and the Band. A formidable live unit with a reputation for stage-quaking shows, they signed to Stax. Rateliff and the label enlisted producer Richard Swift to capture the band's live attack in the recording studio. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats' self-titled debut album was issued in August, preceded by the video single "S.O.B." The band performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon just prior to the album's release. Nathaniel David Rateliff is an American musician, singer and songwriter from Hermann, Missouri. Known for his folk-based, pensive songwriting, Rateliff has garnered attention with Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, the soulful R&B combo he formed in 2013.