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Dan Nichols and Eighteen | The Sound of What Cannot Be Seen

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Rock: Soft Rock Spiritual: Inspirational Moods: Featuring Guitar
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The Sound of What Cannot Be Seen

by Dan Nichols and Eighteen

This latest album from Dan Nichols and Eighteen culminates 3 years of touring as Dan and his band developed songs with audiences of all ages from elegant concert halls to summer camp dining halls across North America. The album revolves around themes of hope, redemption, grief and acceptance with anticipated singles like All This Rain, Where You’ve Always Gone, Nothing More and the highly requested cover of Everything Is Alright.
Genre: Rock: Soft Rock
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1. All This Rain
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2. In Vain
3:37 $0.99
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3. Mayim
3:54 $0.99
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4. Where You've Always Gone
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5. Redemption
4:08 $0.99
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6. Whole Lotta Nothin'
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7. A Broken Heart
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8. Out of the Depths
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9. Everything Is Alright
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10. Nothing More
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dan created the Road to Eden Deep South Sukkot Tour in 2011 to bring the music and message of Sukkot to numerous communities in the southern United States, where he and his band played 11 shows in 10 days. Much of the music for new album, The Sound of What Cannot Be Seen was developed on this tour. Their experiences will be captured in the forthcoming film, Road to Eden. Find out more on www.jewishrock.com.


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Aaron

You don't have to be Jewish!
This is one amazing CD. The music is straight-ahead indie/roots rock, lots of guitars, nice distortion, with some acoustic folky elements. But it's Dan Nichol's voice - his actual voice, which is rich and powerful, and his lyrics, which are spiritual, searching, and REAL, that will blow you away...
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anonymous

Terrible Music
My cat can sing better than Dan Nichols!
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