No Love Like That: Stanford Sessions 1997


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Format: LP


Release Date:  21 July 2023

Label:  Solid Brass Records

Packaging Type:  Slip Sleeve (CD or Vinyl)

No of Units:  1

Barcode:  850045720001

Genres:  Rock  Indie  

  • Description

    Nuzzle began as a trio; Nate Dalton (guitar), Simon Fabela (bass) and Ricardo Reano (drums) in Rosemead, CA in 1991 before ultimately settling in Santa Cruz. In 1993 Nate's older brother Andrew joined on guitar and switched to vocals early in 1994, solidifying their lineup. By the mid 90s Nuzzle had already released several 45s, their Follow, For Now LP on Youth Strike Chord, and several compilation tracks. They had also completed a successful US tour with Fisticuffs Bluff, and had become staples in a loosely knit but deeply felt west coast scene anchored by Kill Rock Stars Records in Olympia and Gravity Records in San Diego.

    The buzz they generated helped them find their way onto bills with bands like Evergreen, Unwound, Lync, Bikini Kill, Modest Mouse, The VSS, Clikatat Ikatowi, and more.

    In 1996 Nuzzle teamed up with friend and engineer Andy Radin to record 8 songs at Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. Essentially a demo and precursor to Nuzzle's 1999 LP San Lorenzo's Blues, these recordings are raw, energetic, and more representative of Nuzzle's live shows.

    Newly remixed and mastered, No Love Like That: Stanford Sessions 1997, is quintessential Nuzzle at their pinnacle. "We actually really like these particular recordings since they captured what Nuzzle was like live back then," says Simon Fabela, bassist for Nuzzle (and now Duster). No Love Like That: Stanford Sessions 1997 has been remixed by Liam Nelson and remastered by Dave Gardner at Infrasonic Mastering in Los Angeles.

  • Tracklisting

      Disc 1

      Side 1

      • 1. Daedelus And Us
      • 2. No Mas
      • 3. Unbreakable You
      • 4. Allen Says

      Side 2

      • 1. We Almost Lost Del Mar
      • 2. The Word #2
      • 3. If Left To Our Own Devices
      • 4. No Love Like That