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Nick Waterhouse  - Holly flac album
  • Performer Nick Waterhouse
  • Title Holly
  • Date of release 2014
  • Style Rhythm & Blues, Soul
  • Other formats MOD AIFF MMF MP1 MIDI XM AC3
  • Genre Rock / Soul & Funk
  • Size MP3 1532 mb
  • Size FLAC 1429 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 753

During This Is a Game, Waterhouse sets up a snarly, post-surf guitar solo with a succinct statement of a cynical outlook: This is a game, Please remember my words, And don’t get upset when you don’t get what you think you deserve  . Rob O. Nick Waterhouse captures the spirit of this genre. Like Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings they make records like they used to. Yes, I went for the LP version as I have been going a little vinyl crazy lately.

Nick Waterhouse (2). Holly ‎(LP, Album). Innovative Leisure Records. Nick Waterhouse (2). Holly ‎(CD, Album).

Nicholas Ryan Waterhouse (born February 8, 1986) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer from Los Angeles. He is a guitarist and singer known for a sound rooted in rhythm & blues, jazz, and soul. Waterhouse was born in Santa Ana, California. He was raised in Huntington Beach, California, the son of a fireman and a saleswoman.

Nick Waterhouse - Holly. Artist: Nick Waterhouse.

Is Holly the best album by Nick Waterhouse? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Holly by Nick Waterhouse (2014) Release date: 2014-03-04 Overall rank: 46,806th.

Artist: Nick Waterhouse. Label: Innovative Leisure. On his second album, the laid-back charms of this retro soul throwback from California make for a record of rich, cool, stylish tunes that always favour the vintage sound. As on his debut (Time’s All Gone), Waterhouse never strays too far from his influences, with 1960s r’n’b, vintage jazzy soul and breezy pop to the fore. What’s different here is the distinct effort to widen the sonic spread

Ten tight songs and out, and the album feels like a mystery itself, but artists who nail that stoic sense of wonder, like Isaak and Orbison, don't come around often. Waterhouse is certainly of their ilk, and since he adds his own abstract touches and modern emotions to the mix, he's arguably one of the best.