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Stardust, Angels, Ghosts is Nick Binkley’s Album

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured Artist is Nick Binkley and his Album Stardust, Angels, Ghosts.

Stardust, Angels, Ghosts is Nick Binkley’s Album

As soon as I pressed the play button I immediately realized that I was in front of a musician with a great experience behind him.

This album is mature and solid and is inspired by legendary American songwriters like Cash and Dylan.

The ability of Nick Binkley to tell stories through his music is fascinating. Its vocal timbre is so deep and intense that makes you believe the words of the lyrics.

I was very impressed with the production and the flawless execution. Every slightest nuance is treated with maniacal meticulousness and the result is an artistic work of absolute quality.

I honestly found no fault with this sound product.

The lyrics and the harmonic construction of the songs are fantastic, and Nick Binkley’s passion for interpreting and performing his songs is inspiring.

A nice discovery that I recommend to everyone.

Stardust, Angels, Ghosts is Nick Binkley’s Album Out Now!


Mature and Deep!


Stardust, Angels, Ghosts is Nick Binkley’s Album

Stardust Angels Ghosts was produced by Nick Binkley with co-production credits shared by Valery Saifudinov, Steve Dudas, and Mark Hart. “Black on White” and “J’can Girl” were arranged and produced by Toots Hibbert and recorded by Nigel Burrell at The Reggae Center, Kingston, Jamaica. The main tracks were recorded by Saifudinov at Flight #19 Studios in San Diego, with a remote recording of instrumental and vocal tracks by Steve Dudas, Mark Hart, and Clinton Davis. The main band includes Binkley on lead vocals and acoustic guitars; Dudas on lead electric guitars; Hart on backup vocals, keyboards, Hammond B-3 organ, and pedal steel and slide guitars; Richard Sellers on drums and percussion; and Mike Kennedy on bass.

He also has been a huge advocate his whole life for a change. This includes conceiving and co-producing “Rockin The Kremlin,” a powerful 90 minute, star-studded documentary film, directed by four-time Emmy winning filmmaker Jim Brown, which explores the previously untold story of how rock and roll contributed to the end of the Cold War and the collapse of Soviet Communism; in addition to his founding and heading the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation (“The Diana Foundation”), established in 2004 as a charitable institution focusing on women’s health issues, in the wake of the death of its namesake, Nick’s late wife; and most recently, with the release of 100 Parts of Heart, Binkley’s first album since Let The Boy Jam in 1999, which features songs he penned in the wake of 9/11 and after experiencing Diana’s sudden passing in 2003.




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