Wolfe Jackson | Nobody Knows Me (Better Than You)

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Nobody Knows Me (Better Than You)

by Wolfe Jackson

"Nobody Knows Me (Better Than You)" is an open love-letter to the people I shared my life with in New York City." Recorded live and acoustically, the record is as raw and honest in it’s musical style as it is in its intimate subject matter.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nobody Knows Me (Better Than You)
3:57 album only
2. Comfort Love
4:13 album only
3. One More Time
5:08 album only
4. Where My Heart Belongs
4:02 album only
5. Brother,
5:01 album only
6. 1,000 Years
4:30 album only
7. Lord Forgive Me, I've Been Bad (Bonus Track)
2:52 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Producers Leo Sidran, Randy Ingram and I had discussed how the raw energy and irreplaceable feeling that live performances produce are really hard to imitate on a studio record. So we figured why not record the album that way and let the very intimate, raw and (most importantly) human performance loose. We made the record without the help of any auto-tuning, click-tracks, headphones or edits. It was a bold decision in a world where everyone wants filters, photoshopping and the "perfect finish," but I know that deep down people want to connect with something real.

I think what I hope people get from this very live and raw EP is a reminder of how much beauty there is in being imperfect, vulnerable and real. It's easy to avoid feelings, to keep a safe distance or hide our true feelings because we're afraid or too proud to show them. This record is a reminder to me and hopefully for anyone who listens to stay true to yourself.



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