Bethel Steele | Come Home

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Come Home

by Bethel Steele

Steele's debut full-length studio album is fueled by a unique percussive guitar style and sweet, soulful, soaring lyrics. "Come Home" has tastes of Steele's country upbringing as well as dashes of pop and rock, but is firmly entrenched in the folk genre.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Lost
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2. Little Flame
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3. August
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4. Another Day
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5. Come Home
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6. Dreaming
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7. Far Woods
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8. Reclamation
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Album Notes
A gifted singer-songwriter is growing in Boston. Bethel Steele has been writing music since the age of 14, continuing through high school, college and a short post-collegiate career in the sciences. When Steele moved to a small town outside of Poughkeepsie, New York, the music that had been written and played behind closed doors finally showed its face to a listening audience.

After a few months of playing in the area, Steele recorded an 8-song EP, Beautiful Woman. "It was literally the result of an ultimatum," says Steele about the 2006 release. "One of the bartenders at the venue where I played most often told me that he wouldn't let me perform again if I didn't have something to sell. So I recorded Beautiful Woman, burnt some copies of it, used a picture of a sunset that I had taken a few weeks earlier as the cover image and 'released' the CD the next time I played at the bar."

Steele released a long-awaited first full-length CD, Come Home, in June of 2009. This effort is the result of more than a year of being in and out of the studio, bringing a range of musicians and different sounds to the soulful lyrics and driving rhythmic guitar that has become a trademark of Steele's music. The album has tastes of a country upbringing as well as dashes of pop and rock, but is firmly entrenched in the folk genre. "Come Home is a reflection on my moving to Boston," Steele reveals. "I was torn between wanting to be out in the country with the open fields and wanting to have a community to be a part of, both musically and otherwise."


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