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Nathan James | What I Believe

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What I Believe

by Nathan James

Original Rhythm and Blues meets Roots and Americana at it's finest.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Rhythm & Blues
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1. You Gotta Please Me
4:49 album only
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2. Weary Traveler
4:24 album only
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3. Is It Too Late
4:39 album only
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4. Give to Understand
3:24 album only
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5. Down on the Road
3:53 album only
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6. What I Believe
3:21 album only
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7. Tryin' to Get Along with Myself
3:59 album only
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8. Silent Treatment
3:19 album only
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9. In the News Today
3:41 album only
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10. Bonsai Sequoia
4:00 album only
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11. When Tomorrow Comes
3:33 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Americana has many different ingredients and Nathan James knows how to mix just the right amounts to create his own signature flavor. ‘What I Believe’ is a showcase of years of experience in self production and songwriting and it is his first album featuring 100% original material. From the opening track ‘You Got to Please Me’ with it’s Bill Withers inspired acoustic rhythm guitar and funky drums featuring tasteful layering of fuzz guitar and B3 organ to the acoustic soul meets spy movie sound track moodiness of ‘Down on the Road’ with classical string arrangements, there are many twists and turns for the listener to behold. ‘Tryin’ to Get Along With Myself’ is a songwriting standout with it’s telling of personal turmoil turned to hope with the start of new day. This song is true Americana with a mixture of gospel changes and country pedal steel inspired slide guitar.

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