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Lavendula - Israel Nash* - Israel Nashs Silver Season (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Israel Nash plays heartfelt Americana with a slightly woozy aesthetic, like his band Silver Season have been sitting out in the sun a little too long. I almost feel bad mentioning it, as he must get it all the time, but his voice’s similarity to Neil Young is unavoidable. That’s a blessing in this genre though, and Nash makes good on the comparison with strong songcraft.
  2. “Israel Nash’s Silver Season breathes a sense of freedom that can hardly be put into words but fits perfectly well into his art.” CLASSIC ROCK GERMANY “On tracks like “The Fire & The Flood,” Nash lets his voice dip into its natural register, revealing an artist with his own vision.
  3. Israel Nash’s totally incredible new album Israel Nash’s Silver Season is out today throughout Europe and North America too, with help from our ace Nashville-based pals at Thirty raucircmarellering.desdeconmeaposcodolunomicoces.infoinfounately the vinyl has been delayed and won’t be available ’til the beginning of November, but we promise it’ll be well worth the wait, being g vinyl in some rather special packaging.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Israel Nash's Silver Season on Discogs/5(10).
  5. Mar 15,  · Silver Season, Nash’s fourth LP, whose cosmic forefather is the legendary After the Gold Rush, was recorded in the studio he built on his acre property in Dripping Springs, Texas. That sense.
  6. Cosmos-wrangling Americana upstart Israel Nash returns from Texas Hill Country with his Silver Season, a deeply gorgeous and wholly immersive nine-song set that plays less like an album, and more like a cross section of time and space/5(46).
  7. So it is with year old songwriter Israel raucircmarellering.desdeconmeaposcodolunomicoces.infoinfo less rewarding parts of 's patchily brilliant breakthrough album Rain Plans stuck a bit too doggedly to the mistaken belief that B-list material can be sparked up by extra-generous portions of Crazy Horse-ian wig-outs. Next to this, the hugely impressive widescreen vibes of Israel Nash's Silver Season are a revelation, an upgrade.
  8. I hope, I really hope that 'Silver Season' is a grower, because I would really love to truly love the work of one Israel Nash. There is something very dreamy about this album, but it's not quite as good as the album that preceded this one, namely 'Rain Plans'.

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