Adrian Nye | West with the Night

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West with the Night

by Adrian Nye

A new voice in modern folk/americana with intricate fingerpicking, a mellow vibe, smokey vocals, and well-crafted lyrics.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Til She's Not Afraid
4:20 album only
2. West with the Night
4:30 album only
3. Who Would You Be Like
3:59 album only
4. Gotta Be Alone Sometime
3:56 album only
5. Find Yourself in Love
3:41 album only
6. What I Was to You
3:23 album only
7. Straight Ahead Blues
3:01 album only
8. Love's for Believing
4:11 album only
9. Early to Rise
3:49 album only
10. Solemn Dancer
4:48 album only
11. Dragonflies
4:22 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
With heartfelt melodies only a skillful guitarist could write, and a relaxed vibe, West With the Night features Nye’s intricate fingerpicking, ranging from emotive aural landscapes reflecting David Wilcox, to country blues picking reminiscent of Reverend Gary Davis.

Moving from uptempo foot-tappers like the Tom Petty-infused “Early to Rise” to the honest, steady bass pulse in “Dragonflies,” the lyrics lead the tone of each song.
With subtle humor and depth, and interesting angles, worth repeated listening.

Bradley Kopp’s production gracefully supports Nye’s creativity, allowing all the songs to have their own identity and still flow seamlessly one to the next, kin to kin.
“Straight Ahead Blues” rolls with the honeyed groove of a Ray Bonneville song. The
even mid-tempo flow of “Who Would You Be Like” evokes the feel of a river current.
One can’t help but be carried along for a sweet ride.

Always melodic, always warm, Nye remembers to leave space where the music
can breathe, and that’s where you find yourself in the songs, where you are
always welcome.



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