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Jeremy Nash - Getaway Driver (2015)

30-10-2015, 19:54
Music | Folk | Country | Rock

Jeremy Nash - Getaway Driver (2015)

Artist: Jeremy Nash
Title Of Album: Getaway Driver
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Jeremy Nash
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Americana
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 44:39 Min
Total Size: 110 Mb


1. Getaway Driver
2. Waiting for the Fall
3. Game Over
4. Killin' It in California
5. One of These Days
6. Reach Out for That Rope
7. Everything Is as It Seems
8. So Long, So Long
9. Flawless Diamond
10. (I Could) Leave It All Behind
11. It's All Gone Now

I know I’m old fashioned, but I’m a firm believer in the LP. You can’t get inside a songwriter’s head in 15 minutes; you need more time to discover more dimensions. Maybe that’s why I made “Getaway Driver,” or maybe I just had 11 songs I needed the world to hear. I’m not the best at expressing myself in “real life,” so for me, songwriting gives me a chance to connect to people on a deeper emotional level. Most of the songs on the album see me trying (and sometimes failing) to make these connections, fighting through various fears and anxieties in the process.

Turning 30 while making the album, I was going through a lot of self-reflection and uncertainty. I’d spent eight years living in the same Brooklyn apartment, and for the last few years I’d started wondering if I was in the right place to continue growing and learning. This wanderlust expressed itself in a number of ways throughout the 11 songs, written over a three-year period of my late 20’s, ranging from simple breakup songs (“So Long, So Long” and “It’s All Gone Now”) to deep metaphorical dives into my neuroses (“Getaway Driver” and “Waiting for the Fall”). After wrapping up the recording, I moved to Nashville, where I spent nine months looking for a sense of purpose before finally feeling ready to put my songs out into the world. Now a 30-something resident of Tennessee, I still feel a strong connection to these songs and that time of my life. Those fears and anxieties may never leave me, but at least I know I’m not alone.

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