Buffalo Nichols: Buffalo Nichols

Buffalo Nichols SKU: 42025917
Buffalo Nichols: Buffalo Nichols

Buffalo Nichols: Buffalo Nichols

Buffalo Nichols SKU: 42025917

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Buffalo Nichols
Artist: Buffalo Nichols
Label: Fat Possum Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 767981179018
Genre: Blues

Austin, TX-based vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Buffalo Nichols - Fat Possum's first solo blues signing in nearly 20 years - delivers his self-titled debut album on the label. The album sees Nichols wrestling with prescient topics, such as empathy and forgiveness on the poignant, ever-building melody of "How to Love;" regret and loss on moving, violin-inflected "These Things;" and the pitfalls of lives lived too close to the edge on the smooth, dynamic "Back on Top." On the tender, aching album opener and lead single "Lost & Lonesome," he gives listeners what he describes as a "glimpse into the mind of that traveler looking for a friend and a place to call home;" inspired by his years traveling alone, looking for a place for his passions to fit in, even if temporarily, the track is an ode to exploration and the creative ingenuity of isolation. At the forefront of each song is Nichols' rich voice and evocative, virtuosic guitar-playing, augmented on half of the nine tracks by a simple, cadent drum line.

Tracks:
1.1 Lost ; Lonesome
1.2 Living Hell
1.3 Sick Bed Blues
1.4 These Things
1.5 How to Love
1.6 Another Man
1.7 Back on Top
1.8 Sorry It Was You
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