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Soul - Verschenen op 9 maart 2018 | Stax

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It’s hardly a coincidence that Nathaniel Rateliff is at Stax. With his band The Night Sweats, the native of Denver has become a true ambassador of this muggy southern soul as it was practised on the infamous Memphis label at the end of the sixties. With his instrumental virtuosity, the soul of his songs, the ardour of their interpretation and the preaching of his organ, Tearing at the Seams glorifies the spirit of a vast heritage ranging from Otis Redding to Van Morrison, through Booker T. and the MG’s, Ray Charles and Creedence Clearwater Revival. As can be expected, the rhythmic turbine goes at a million miles an hour, the brass are as incandescent as possible and the voice of Reteliff is a furious rattle that is completely his own. This gang does not care to look in the rearview mirror despite assuming a rather nostalgic sound. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 16 oktober 2015 | Stax

Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats is een album van de Amerikaanse singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff uit 2015. De muzikant die zich eerder vooral toelegde op Americana, put voor dit album vooral uit r&b, soul en rock & roll. In de songs klinken uiteenlopende invloeden door van collega-artiesten als Sam Cooke en Van Morrison. © TiVo
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Rock - Verschenen op 9 maart 2018 | Stax

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It’s hardly a coincidence that Nathaniel Rateliff is at Stax. With his band The Night Sweats, the native of Denver has become a true ambassador of this muggy southern soul as it was practised on the infamous Memphis label at the end of the sixties. With his instrumental virtuosity, the soul of his songs, the ardour of their interpretation and the preaching of his organ, Tearing at the Seams glorifies the spirit of a vast heritage ranging from Otis Redding to Van Morrison, through Booker T. and the MG’s, Ray Charles and Creedence Clearwater Revival. As can be expected, the rhythmic turbine goes at a million miles an hour, the brass are as incandescent as possible and the voice of Reteliff is a furious rattle that is completely his own. This gang does not care to look in the rearview mirror despite assuming a rather nostalgic sound. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 10 november 2017 | Stax

Live at Red Rocks captures Colorado's Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats in 2016 in front of a hometown crowd, on the one year anniversary of the release of their self-titled gold-certified studio effort on Stax. Given their constant touring over most of two years, there is a distinct dearth of new material to draw on, so this effort is an attempt by the band and label to keep fresh meat on the shelves while awaiting a proper studio follow-up. For fans, none of this will likely matter. The band was hopped up and raring to go. Despite the fact that Red Rocks holds nearly 10,000 people, the Night Sweats deliver as if they were on a sweaty small club stage trying to prove themselves. The sound is clean enough to capture every strutting moment, but raw and immediate enough to keep the party atmosphere fluid. The esteemed Preservation Hall Jazz Band truly are special guests on this show. They appear on the three opening and final three cuts, bookending the show with a gritty, kinetic dimension that adds immeasurably to the Night Sweats' sound. This is especially true on the opening instrumental single "Failing Dirge," offered as a New Orleans funeral march played while the band took the stage and serving as an intro to a careening "I've Been Failing." All that brass pumps up the volume and adds a creative element to the chart, buoying Andy Wild's saxophone attack. The PHJB also shine on a nearly seven-minute read of "S.O.B." that gets a three-minute horn-blasted reprise, and the set closer, a cover of Sam Cooke's "Having a Party," is performed as a NOLA second-line as the band exited the venue. In between, Rateliff and crew wail through stuff from their gold album and their follow-up EP with seasoned confidence, yet find something new in them. Check the soul review-styled rave-up "Intro" that prefaces a stomping "Howling at Nothing." "I Need Never Get Old," with its organ and saxophone interplay, is revelatory. Elsewhere, Rateliff digs back into his solo singer/songwriter catalog for a couple of acoustic reads of "Early Spring Till" and "You Should've Seen the Other Guy," with guest Julie Davis on backing vocals -- she played and sang on the originals. "Shake" is offered with Rateliff giving the crowd a dance lesson. The song itself digs deep, with Luke Mossman and Rateliff engaging in spirited guitar interplay atop Mark Shusterman's swelling organ, and a deep trench groove laid down by Joseph Pope III's distorted bassline and drummer Patrick Meese's breakbeats. The live versions of these songs are clearly superior, the band takes risks that weren't possible before because they have been baptized in the fire of the road. In addition, they're infused with the audience's electric, raucous response encouraging them to go ever further. As a whole, Live at Red Rocks is the definitive album by and best introduction to Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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Soul - Verschenen op 16 oktober 2015 | Stax

Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats is een album van de Amerikaanse singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff uit 2015. De muzikant die zich eerder vooral toelegde op Americana, put voor dit album vooral uit r&b, soul en rock & roll. In de songs klinken uiteenlopende invloeden door van collega-artiesten als Sam Cooke en Van Morrison. © TiVo
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Rock - Verschijnt op 5 november 2021 | Stax

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Soul - Verschenen op 9 maart 2018 | Stax

It’s hardly a coincidence that Nathaniel Rateliff is at Stax. With his band The Night Sweats, the native of Denver has become a true ambassador of this muggy southern soul as it was practised on the infamous Memphis label at the end of the sixties. With his instrumental virtuosity, the soul of his songs, the ardour of their interpretation and the preaching of his organ, Tearing at the Seams glorifies the spirit of a vast heritage ranging from Otis Redding to Van Morrison, through Booker T. and the MG’s, Ray Charles and Creedence Clearwater Revival. As can be expected, the rhythmic turbine goes at a million miles an hour, the brass are as incandescent as possible and the voice of Reteliff is a furious rattle that is completely his own. This gang does not care to look in the rearview mirror despite assuming a rather nostalgic sound. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 4 november 2016 | Stax

After issuing their self-titled debut album in 2015, Colorado's indie roots rock and soul outfit Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats have worked the road hard. They've played from coast to coast and beyond. Their debut achieved gold status -- something quite rare in the digital age (especially for a first outing). In addition, their singles "S.O.B." "I Need Never Get Old," and "Look It Here" have all received massive airplay and streaming. This EP is what happens when a band has to have something new to sell while on the road and doesn't have enough time to cut a proper follow-up album. A Little Something More From is an eight-track stopgap. As such, it's pretty much a fans-only affair. The first three tunes were recorded in a Colorado living room and produced by drummer Patrick Meese. All are studio versions of concert favorites, including the horn-drenched rave-up "Parlor," the Little Willie John-esque fingerpopper "I Did It," and the soul review-styled second version of "Out on the Weekend" (sequenced first). The live version of "Wasting Time" was cut at the Stax Soul Museum by Sirius XM. This tune has an intro and middle eight that comes uncomfortably close to the Band's "The Weight," while the melody adds up to what Jackson Browne's "These Days" would sound like arranged for horns and a stronger singer. "What I Need" is a B-side from the Howling at Nothing EP -- and sounds like it. The Richard Swift-produced "Just to Talk to You" is a solo acoustic blues that harkens back to Rateliff's years as a solo singer/songwriter with Rounder. He obviously likes Lightnin' Hopkins. The set closer is "Late Night Party (Out on the Weekend, Version I)," a slow, intimate, stripped-down shuffler; it's like the demo version of its earlier counterpart. If you're an eager follower of Rateliff & the Night Sweats, you may need this; for the rest of us, waiting to see what album two holds may be more prudent. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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Soul - Verschenen op 9 maart 2018 | Stax

It’s hardly a coincidence that Nathaniel Rateliff is at Stax. With his band The Night Sweats, the native of Denver has become a true ambassador of this muggy southern soul as it was practised on the infamous Memphis label at the end of the sixties. With his instrumental virtuosity, the soul of his songs, the ardour of their interpretation and the preaching of his organ, Tearing at the Seams glorifies the spirit of a vast heritage ranging from Otis Redding to Van Morrison, through Booker T. and the MG’s, Ray Charles and Creedence Clearwater Revival. As can be expected, the rhythmic turbine goes at a million miles an hour, the brass are as incandescent as possible and the voice of Reteliff is a furious rattle that is completely his own. This gang does not care to look in the rearview mirror despite assuming a rather nostalgic sound. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 3 april 2020 | Fug Yep Soundation

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Ambient / New Age / Easy Listening - Verschenen op 24 november 2017 | Stax

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Rock - Verschenen op 6 juli 2018 | Stax