Nathaniel L Cole | Sweet Honey from You

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Sweet Honey from You

by Nathaniel L Cole

It’s a new season for Nathaniel L. Cole! Yes, it certainly is. That season is making a sound in the genre of instrumental Jazz. When asked what inspired him to do a instrumental Jazz CD, he simply states that instrumental music is his first love and that he started out making music with no words long before he ever thought to write a song with words. Nathaniel has been working on this new and exciting instrumental project for several months, and now it is time for the long awaited debut of his CD project entitled-- “LISTEN”, which was a name chosen after he requested name suggestions on his Facebook page. There were many great choices, but “Listen” just had a “ring” it. It invokes the person to listen to the beautiful flow that is coming from a well of gifting. For a long time now, many people have asked him if he had an instrumental CD; finally the wait is over. Nathaniel is faithful to his calling, and is constantly creating new music and writing new songs. In fact, his production an
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Nathaniel is definitely on a mission! He has been working diligently on his soon to be premiered CD entitled “Listen”. This instrumental project flows in the genre of jazz, and it is fierce! “Listen” has brought him back to where he first began— with just music! Nathaniel says that his vision for this project is to help bring peace to those who may be facing various challenges, to promote the love relationships of holy matrimony, etc. This is definitely a must have CD. It features the very romantic instrumental, “Sweet Honey From You”. This song is one of Nathaniel’s favorite tracks on the project. He says that he created this track long before he realized its profound composition. He further says that he had selected all of the songs for the CD; however, as he was listening to some old tracks, his sister, Michelle, walked in and heard what is now “Sweet Honey From You”. According to his account, “all I had was the intro and 8 measures of this song”. At first it wasn’t his intentions to include this song on the project, but with his sister’s encouragement—he completed the song and included it in the project. Nathaniel says that he is so glad that he took her advice. Upon finishing the song, he now needed a name. He began to listen to it repeatedly. One day the thought of honey came to him, so he asked his wife, Loran, to give her opinion. Nathaniel shared with her a cute story about his mom and dad. He told her that he remembers the times when his father would come home after a hard day at work and would be stressed. He says that his mother—in her sweet, kind, and loving voice-- would say to him, “where’s the honey dripping from your mouth?” It seems like she knew just what to say to ease his mind and to get him to change his focus from the bad day at work to one that brings love, joy, and romance to the home instead. Nathaniel says that watching how his mother’s sweet words affected his father was very powerful. Nathaniel’s wife suggested the name “Sweet Honey From You”, and there you have it. Because Nathaniel likes to look for scriptures for his beautiful songs, he has looked up the word “honey” in the Bible and found this beautiful scripture in Song of Solomon 4:11. It reads as follows, “Thy lips, O my spouse, drop as the honeycomb: honey and milk are under thy tongue; and the smell of thy garments is like the smell of Lebanon.”
Another profound statement that his mother would say is that “you can get more with honey then you can with vinegar.” Even then Nathaniel was taking notes. He invites also you to simply “Listen”.


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