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David Nail RAVE Review in Billboard
The Sound Of a Million Dreams
Producers: F. Liddell, C. Ainlay, G. Worf
Release Date: Nov. 15
Simply put, David Nail isn't one of us- at least he doesn't sound that way. Take, for instance, the stunning title cut on his latest album, The Sound of a Million Dreams. It could be argued that Nashville, or any other city, doesn't make music this great anymore. And that's just the tip of the iceburg. Nail is a master storyteller, and this disc delivers with such tracks as "Half Mile Hill" and the eloquent "Songs for Sale," which features some spellbinding harmony from the always-great Lee Ann Womack. He turns up the temp on the frisky "Grandpa's Farm" and the Keith Urban-written "Desiree." But Nail is at his best when he slows down and releases that Mississippi River-drenched bluesy voice, which he does time and again on cuts like "Catch You While I Can" and the beautiful "Catherin," written about his wife. Nail is an artist that many in Nashville have been cheering on for a long time, and listening to The Sound of a Million Dreams makes you realize why.