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The simple combination of Baldwin's bass and singing is pure, direct, and timeless.

Today, when most of the so-called musical innovators simply offer contemporary takes on already proven and accepted movements in music (neo-psychedelia, nth-wave garage bands...) Portsmouth, New Hampshire's Nat Baldwin is a true original. Baldwin is an upright bass player and a singer, but he takes both of those things to their limit, and…

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  • had the privilege to see Nat at the Mission Creek Festival and he was absolutely incredible
  • Honestly, I think Nat is pulling your legs. Someone who can play and sing so beautifully as he does on Lifted could not layer that atrocious modern wankery on top of it and keep a straight face. Unless he's incredibly desperate for artsy backslaps.
  • People Changes! Yeah, I know it's what everyone else says but god damn, it's so good!
  • He's super underrated, People Changes is incredible!
  • People Changes is an incredible offering! I love it more and more.
  • If I could spend the rest of my life listening to his beautiful voice and making love to him, I would be happy.
  • His third solo effort is brooding, sincere, and utterly focused. Read more about Baldwins smartly crafted album on Groovemine, PLUS FREE MP3: “Weights” HERE: http://www.groovemine.com/rantsraves_review_nat-baldwin_people-changes
  • i love all of this guys stuff including the insane free jazz parts
  • The version on the split with Extra Life is at the very least less annoying. I wish he'd redo it without the pointless wankery.
  • Not sure about this. Lifted is a brilliant song and then it is ruined by some noise. He should not have don this. Is there another version without? I would love to hear his music without all that extra's. Why ruining something brilliant.

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