Beaver Nelson's Exciting Opportunity deserves the kind of audience that can put both the artist and all his notable points of inspiration/creation on the map. And as Beaver landmarks go, the house where he wrote his sixth and best album to date is right up there with the summer camp where counselors showed a young Beaver the error of his Journey-loving ways and introduced him to the music of real songwriters like Dylan, Springsteen, Van Zandt and Waits. It's up there, too, with Austin's Black Cat Lounge and Chicago House, where he first came into his own as a kick-ass band-leader and songwriter's songwriter himself before he was old enough to drink.
Lord of All That I Survey
If You Name a Thing It Dies
Do Not Appear Surprised
Nothing Seems Real
Move Along (Show's Over)
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