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The title track of David Gray’s 2010 album shuffles with a sense of wanderlust. Gray’s muted his Van Morrison-influenced sense of discovery over the years and instead focused on tighter tunes that get to the point. It’s helped him connect with audiences, but it’s made those who fell in love with 1993’s A Century Ends wonder whatever became of that guy. Well, he shows up from time to time, alongside the more traditional tunes. “Foundling,” “Gossamer Thread” and “Holding On” sound like tunes Van Morrison could’ve put together in his prime. Elsewhere, Gray experiments with horns (“A New Day At Midnight”), rustic folk laments (“We Could Fall in Love Again Tonight”) and mild adult-pop arrangements (“In God’s Name”) that show Gray can be all things to all people. His versatility makes him an unusual talent and his prolific abilities — these tunes were written during the same sessions as his previous album, 2009’s Drawn the Line — ensure his legacy as a committed writer. The Deluxe Edition includes eight additional tunes worthy of his voice, especially “Old Father Time,” “Indeed I Will” and “A Moment Changes Everything.” 

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Amazing David

The album is back to simple, amazing, David Gray. Just simple music, with David's unique voice and song writing. For any fan of white ladder, this album is a must.


I have been a big fan of David's music for some time. I recently went to a concert of his at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver and enjoyed the show big time. He was awesome. This album is a big disappointment. Depressing, boring music. What happened?


love all david gray"s stuff .Going to see him in Feb. This album just isnt as catchy as his others. You have to have a hit David. After all you are getting paid to do this right?


Born: June 13, 1968 in Sale, Manchester, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

British singer/songwriter David Gray had already released three overlooked albums by the time White Ladder (and its international breakthrough hit, "Babylon") brought his mix of acoustic instruments and electronic samples to the mainstream. Born in Manchester in 1968, Gray relocated to Wales at the age of nine before returning home to attend the University of Liverpool. While in school, he dabbled in several punk bands and began exploring new styles of writing, eventually uncovering his own poetic...
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