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Monovision

Ray LaMontagne

  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 2020-06-26
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10
  • ℗ 2020 Stone Dwarf LLC, under license to RCA Records
USD 9.99 On itunes

Tracks


Reviews

  • Wow!

    5
    By Gettin$$
    In a time where we as Americans could use a little spiritual uplifting, an old school “Ray” sound with a little new age sound that is amazing! The GOATs have longevity. Ray, we will always follow that sound!
  • T H I S is E V E R Y T H I N G

    5
    By nicholjowest
    Wow Ray....you are amazing and this album is fantastic. I had to buy this after listening to you on the Writer’s Block on Sirius. Bravo! I missed the first half of the program, but I believe you said this entire album was created just by you. No mixers, nothing. You deserve a Grammy like Sturgill. There’s no doubt.
  • Hands on, pays off

    5
    By Bluerootsradio
    For someone who didn't like to get into the tech of making albums, Ray has proven himself wrong. What a great DIY effort! Top notch from start to finish.
  • Best work EVER

    5
    By kdog70
    I have been a fan since Ray first started recording, each work has its own feel and tempo, but this is without a doubt his best work to date. I feel a return to his roots, but it is evident he has grown, and developed a deeper sound. LOVE THIS ALBUM.
  • nice

    5
    By Songheart
    Is it just me, or can anyone else hear the song "Astral Weeks" from Van Morrison's album, Astral Weeks, in the song here, "Misty Morning Rain"? (That's a good thing.)
  • Idyllic

    5
    By GoldDragnSlayer
    Rustic and enchanting
  • Amazing

    5
    By Powhitehorn
    Yep, the entire albulm. My main jam for my 24 day vacation on the Harley Coast to Coast.
  • For

    3
    By Secret Cabal Steve
    Go Your Pass
  • Say it, don’t spray it

    3
    By Nolovelost13
    I was debating this with a friend after seeing Rocket Man again: What’s more important, the music or the lyrics? Would Elton John have been such a smash hit if Bernie Taupin weren’t writing for him? Ray Lamontagne‘s new album is a perfect example of this. He is absolutely at his best when his lyrics are just smashing you in the heart. Here, like his last few albums, there are a lot of lyrical misses. Just too straightforward and obvious. Don’t ever tell me that you feel down and out. Tell me a story instead. He’s simply “telling it” too much these days. That said, such a beautiful voice as always, and some sweet songs herein nonetheless.
  • John Denver anyone?

    3
    By tokyorun
    It’s pleasant music, I guess. It sounds incredibly similar to my parents’ old John Denver records. But in my view, it lacks a bit of Ray’s soulful lyrics and energy from his previous efforts.

Videos from this artist

Albums from this artist

  • Trouble
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Till the Sun Turns Black (Bonus Track Version)
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Gossip In the Grain (Bonus Track Version)
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Supernova
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Ouroboros
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Live Session (iTunes Exclusive) - EP
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Part of the Light
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Monovision
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Gossip In the Grain
    Ray LaMontagne
  • The Collection: 4 Original Albums
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Live from KFOG - EP
    Ray LaMontagne
  • Live from Bonnaroo 2005 - EP
    Ray LaMontagne
  • The Changing Man / While It Still Beats (Ouroboros, Pt. 1) - Single
    Ray LaMontagne
  • We'll Make It Through - Single
    Ray LaMontagne