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Nick Holmes | The King Of 26th Street

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The King Of 26th Street

by Nick Holmes

Eclectic Songwriter Rock
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Goodnight Theodore
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2. Ancient History
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3. My Little Secret
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4. Spider
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5. Nothing To Fear
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6. Yearning
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7. Call On Me
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8. Stranded In Chelsea
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9. Diggin' In The Ashes
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10. Conquering Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The opening song is aimed at Theodore Kadzinsky, and the second song is more political: It refuses to kill anybody, for any reason.

"My Little Secret" is about a girl to young to be seen in public with, and "Spider" is a shattered avant guard rock ode to someone who has died.

Then you get a bunch of songs about sex and money before we close out with the Appocaliptic broken mirror of "Diggin' In The Ashes".

Then, one more song about sex and money.

Blues is old.

Satire on the edge of melodic and lyric conciousness, is new.

We get both here.

This is the 5th CD by Mr. Holmes in the last 10 years.

The voice and the writing are still slammin'.

(Notes by Frater Durevole)

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k buschman


dear theodore...you should consider being a guest in the studio of world cafe...it is my humble and sincere impression that discerning music lovers everywhere should here this cd...and that david dye would enjoy your presence and performance ...with love...as always...your ella
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