Derik Nelson | Stories Told to Skylines

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Stories Told to Skylines

by Derik Nelson

Upbeat jazz-influenced pop music. The perfect soundtrack for your summer.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Pulling
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2. Forget What's Right
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3. Circles
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4. Not Anymore
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5. Fantasy
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6. Pick Up the Pace
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7. Mr. Wonderful
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8. It Should've Been Me
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9. Place Your Bets
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10. Giving You Away
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11. Wait for Me
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12. Come Down From the Moon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The new fully produced full band record is here! Upbeat pop hooks, jazzy chord progressions, and carefully constructed lyrics make up this recent release from singer/songwriter Derik Nelson.


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bamazzur

Stunning
His piano-based ballads are first-class tearjerkers, but he maintains a distinctive storyteller’s style that keeps the song from falling into cliché or syrupy sentimentalism. If you live through the tragedy personally, this will either be cathartic, or just too much to bear. Either way, Nelson strikes a nerve with a beautifully written and powerfully communicated album.