‘Israel Nash’s Silver Season’ Brings Sweeping Cosmic Country — Album Review

Austin’s Israel Nash and crew are back with a new folk rock album, Israel Nash’s Silver Season. What makes this cosmic country so simple yet so sweeping? Watch our review to find out.

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SOUNDS LIKE
• Neil Young corralling a Band of Horses along a Phosphorescent countryside
• Sturgill Simpson, The Eagles, and Dawes keep on rockin’ in the free world

KEY TRACKS
Willow, The Fire and the Flood, Lavendula, Strangers

BEST LYRICS
“I don’t live like the others / I see twice as many colors” – A Coat of Many Colors
“Catacombs and rosebud ashes / Sailing by the sailboat caskets” – The Fire and the Flood

OVERALL RATING
Kevin: 4/5
Derek: 4/5

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Israel Nash — Israel Nash’s Silver Season — Album Review
Episode #188 — Published 10/13/15

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