Nellie Clay | Born Too Late

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Born Too Late

by Nellie Clay

An honest but slightly crooked branch of Country Folk, made with heart ache, love and guts.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Gonna Get Down
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2. Been Good Too Long
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3. Waltzing With You
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4. Could've Been Good
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5. Born Too Late
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6. Sweet Dreams Of You
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7. The Good Life
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8. Just Friends, That's All
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9. Bastard Child
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10. Whiskey For Two
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11. When I'm Gone
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12. Song For You
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Album Notes
This original and sincere collection of music includes waltzes and love songs, empowering beats, a little bit of booze, a few good laughs, and at least one good cry. Inspired in many ways, from my years living a simple life in rural Alaska, I hope the sounds of the pedal steel, piano, and fiddle take you back in time through campfires and woods, and leave you in a saloon somewhere with a song in your heart.


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Soulful Offering
A new and upcoming singer/songwriter who just recently started making her home in Alaska from the lower 48 Midwest. Her songs are mostly autobiographical from her life experiences. Her lyrics and poignant heart felt offerings are sung with a soulful delivery with a nicely paced mix of waltzes, ballads, and up tempo tracks. Each song has a different instrumentation accompanying her light acoustic chording. I find her music draws the listener in to become part of her stories. It's music that is felt rather than just listened to in a contemporary folk/country style slathered with a blues feel. Any album I find myself listening to over and over gets 5 stars from me. I'm anxiously awaiting her second album. This girl is going places