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Here You Are

by Nate & Kate

Playful and endearing, Nate & Kate offer up 10 new indie-folk tracks surveying the landscapes of nostalgia, regret, irony, love and loss, a new dance craze, and the oil trade. Lots of vocal harmony, piecemeal orchestras, bluesy piano, and some banjo too..
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Here You Are
5:19 $1.50
2. House of the Risin' Sun
5:24 $1.50
3. If You Wanna Be Rich
4:22 $1.50
4. Invisible
4:06 $1.50
5. Opposites Attract
3:29 $1.50
6. Hold My Jet Plane
3:50 $1.50
7. The Click Drag Cut & Paste
3:31 $1.50
8. Restless Hearts
3:11 $1.50
9. Hard Times
3:50 $1.50
10. Livin' On Gasoline
3:38 $1.50
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Album Notes
This album took several years to organize and produce. It was recorded at home and with the amazing Peter Wetherbee at his studio. The guest musicians Joey Arcuri (upright bass), Ethan Jodziewicz (upright bass), Claire Byrne (violin), Dana Billings (drum set), Jen Meckler (viola), and Pete Wetherbee (hand percussion/co-producer) really helped bring this album to life.

It's another album that has a variety of Americana musical styles on it-- a 40's-style jazz ballad ("Invisible"), a bluegrass/string-band feel featuring cello ("If You Wanna Be Rich" and "Restless Hearts"), a 50's-ish piano-driven rock 'n' roll dance song about computer work ("The Click, Drag Cut & Paste"), some 60's-leaning folk-rock-pop tunes, two traditional songs, and we hoped it wasn't too all over the map. We've played many of the arrangements out at gigs for years; others were totally concocted in studio for the album. Some of the tunes are a little more somber than our last album, but there are some upbeat, whimsical ones too. Our friend Dennis Ryan in Brooklyn, NY did the wonderful cover art, layout/design for the CD packaging, and wait till you see the super-cool photo on the CD itself! Really hope you enjoy it!



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