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Wow!5By 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 G5By nicholjowestWow 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 off5By BluerootsradioFor 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 EVER5By kdog70I 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.
nice5By SongheartIs 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.)
Idyllic5By GoldDragnSlayerRustic and enchanting
Amazing5By PowhitehornYep, the entire albulm. My main jam for my 24 day vacation on the Harley Coast to Coast.
For3By Secret Cabal SteveGo Your Pass
Say it, don’t spray it3By Nolovelost13I 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?3By tokyorunIt’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.
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Till the Sun Turns Black (Bonus Track Version)
Gossip In the Grain (Bonus Track Version)
Live Session (iTunes Exclusive) - EP
Part of the Light