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Rogers, Nathan - True Stories

Format: CD
Label: Halfway Cove Music
Year: 2005
Origin: Hamilton, Ontario
Genre: folk, blues
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Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: 2000's, Canadian Folk, Ontario, Canadian Blues

Tracks

Track Name
The Ballad of Duncan and Brady
Mary's Child
The Packhorse Blues
Hibbing
The Rising Tide
Tuesday Morning
Hold the Line
Can't Sit Still
Three Fishers
The Ballad of William and John Gibson (Part One: Spark of Life)
Kill Your TV

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Nathan Rogers has shown without a shadow of a doubt that he is a master of all styles and arrangements of roots music in his debut CD, True Stories. He takes you from groovin' Cajun Blues in Can't Sit Still and The Packhorse Blues. Beautiful, evocative ballads include Mary's Child, The Rising Tide and Three Fishers. A fiddle-propelled reel, The Ballad of William and John Gibson, tells about an alien abduction on the prairies of Saskatchewan and showcases the talent that explodes when Nathan invites J.P. Cormier into the studio. Kill Your TV begins with the rare and out of the ordinary proficiency Nathan has at Thubban throat chanting. No, that is not a didjeridoo you are hearing. Nathan really can sing two different notes at once. Tuesday Morning takes us full circle to good ole' fashioned rock and roll but it keeps within the folk tradition by spinning a good yarn. Nathan truly has shown his musical ability by stretching out and giving something for everyone.

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