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The Gauntlet

by Nathan Rogers

Nathan Rogers' second solo recoding. This time the fantastic songwriting that you heard on his first disc, True Stories, is left in the dust as he takes the listener to new heights of joy, new depths of anger and rage and alternate planes of existence
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. The Gauntlet
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2. The Jewel of Paris
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3. Land of the Living Skies
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4. Fingerprints
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5. Carmerica
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6. Better Than Me
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7. Billboard Babies
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8. Naamche Bazaar
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9. Willie O' Winsbury
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10. Moving Mountains
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11. The Puddler's Tale
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12. The Last Word
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nathan's second album is a slam-dunk of Canadian Folk Music. For fans of Stan, Garnet or Nathan Rogers himself, this one is a must-have. His songwriting is even better than the stellar offerings on his first disc and the soaring tenor-baritone has grown in depth and colour. In addition, Nathan showcases his talent at Mongolian Throatsinging, which was described by one reviewer as "The best I've heard from any Western musician...". The album was nominated in 2010 for a Canadian Folk Music Award. The songs range from the melancholy (The Jewel of Paris) to the self-effacing (Better than Me) to the jolly and boisterous (Naamche Bazaar). A treat for any lover of folk music, but especially for those who have followed the illustrious careers of the Rogers family of singers and songwriters.

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