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Album Review

After issuing their self-titled debut album in 2015, Colorado's indie roots rock and soul outfit Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats have worked the road hard. They've played from coast to coast and beyond. Their debut achieved gold status — something quite rare in the digital age (especially for a first outing). In addition, their singles "S.O.B." "I Need Never Get Old," and "Look It Here" have all received massive airplay and streaming. This EP is what happens when a band has to have something new to sell while on the road and doesn't have enough time to cut a proper follow-up album.

A Little Something More From is an eight-track stopgap. As such, it's pretty much a fans-only affair. The first three tunes were recorded in a Colorado living room and produced by drummer Patrick Meese. All are studio versions of concert favorites, including the horn-drenched rave-up "Parlor," the Little Willie John-esque fingerpopper "I Did It," and the soul review-styled second version of "Out on the Weekend" (sequenced first). The live version of "Wasting Time" was cut at the Stax Soul Museum by Sirius XM. This tune has an intro and middle eight that comes uncomfortably close to the Band's "The Weight," while the melody adds up to what Jackson Browne's "These Days" would sound like arranged for horns and a stronger singer. "What I Need" is a B-side from the Howling at Nothing EP — and sounds like it. The Richard Swift-produced "Just to Talk to You" is a solo acoustic blues that harkens back to Rateliff's years as a solo singer/songwriter with Rounder. He obviously likes Lightnin' Hopkins. The set closer is "Late Night Party (Out on the Weekend, Version I)," a slow, intimate, stripped-down shuffler; it's like the demo version of its earlier counterpart. If you're an eager follower of Rateliff & the Night Sweats, you may need this; for the rest of us, waiting to see what album two holds may be more prudent.

Customer Reviews

A little something awesome..

My husband and I have literally been counting down the days for the release of this EP (hoping the vinyl comes in today) and we were not disappointed. I don't know how these guys continue to do it, especially with their crazy tour schedule, but they keep making music with soul & heart. Our first dance song at our wedding was a live version of "What I Need" so I'm so excited to finally have it on a record.
Keep on keeping on, guys! (And at some point please put "The Intro" on an album- it's incredible!)


Yes, just yes. All the yes. Download if you even remotely like the self title album. Worth it. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go dance.

Another great CD!

Another great CD by Nathaniel Rateliff and the night sweats they need to start playing in bigger venues. Because I keep missing getting tickets to them when they come to Minnesota and I have to pay double the price for a ticket!


Formed: Denver, Colorado

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Nathaniel Rateliff is a striking, emotive tenor vocalist and songwriter whose work runs the gamut from simple folk and Americana to roots rock & roll to vintage rhythm & blues. He and his band the Night Sweats are based in Denver, Colorado. After fronting two earlier bands, Rateliff released a solo record on Rounder in 2010 entitled In Memory of Loss, as well as the independent offering Falling Faster Than You Can Run in 2013. Both records were acclaimed for their quiet, intensely personal songwriting...
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A Little Something More From, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
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  • $6.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Roots Rock
  • Released: Nov 18, 2016

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