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The best songs on Trouble, the debut release from songwriter Ray LaMontagne, draw on deep wells of emotion, and with LaMontagne's sandpapery voice, which recalls a gruffer, more sedate version of Tim Buckley or an American version of Van Morrison, they seem to belie his years. The title tune, "Trouble," is an instant classic, sparse and maudlin (in the best sense), and songs like "Narrow Escape," a ragged, episodic waltz, are equally impressive, with careful, cinematic lyrics that tell believable stories of wounded-hearted refugees on the hard road of life and love. Most of the tracks fall into a midtempo shuffle rhythm, so the words have to carry a lot in order to avert a sort of dull sameness, and when it works, it works big, and when it doesn't, well, LaMontagne is so serious and sincere about his craft that you tend to forgive him instantly. Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek guests on "Hannah" and the sad, somber lullaby "All the Wild Horses," playing fiddle and adding vocals, and producer Ethan Johns adds drums and other touches on most tracks. The sound is measured and sparse, with few frills (a five-piece string section is used on a few tracks, but is never intrusive), all of which supports the emotional urgency of LaMontagne's writing. "How Come" sounds a bit like a rewrite of Dave Mason's "Feelin' Alright," and a couple of other cuts seem a bit labored, but overall this is an impressive debut by an extremely special songwriter.

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Come al solito

Il disco è di una bellezza sconcertante, e tracce come "Jolene","Shelter" e "Burn" riescono a scuoterti come solo le grandi canzoni sanno fare. Discorso a parte meriterebbe il fatto che su ITunes Store Italia sia presente solo un disco di Ray LaMontagne, uno che vende centinaia di migliaia di dischi in Uk e USA, per cui non proprio uno qualsiasi. Manca infatti il suo secondo album "Till the Sun Turns Black", e COME SPESSO ACCADE i relativi live ed Ep che invece sono presenti in molti altri iTunes Store, che ovviamente non possiamo acquistare. Datevi una regolata.

Biografie

Nato(a): 18 giugno 1973, Nashua, NH

Genere: Rock

Anni di attività: '00s, '10s

With a voice that recalls a huskier, sandpapery version of Van Morrison and Tim Buckley, Ray LaMontagne joins such artists as Iron & Wine in creating folk songs that are alternately lush and intimately earthy. The songwriter was born in Nashua, New Hampshire in 1973; his parents split up shortly after his birth, and his mother began a pattern of moving her six children to any locale that could offer her employment and housing. As a result, LaMontagne grew up as the perennial new kid in school...
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