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David Gray's inspirations hail at least in part from America, so it's only right that a large chunk of this British artist's stardom has come in the U.S. Scaling back the drum-'n'-bass rhythms that helped make his breakthrough White Ladder stand out, he concentrates on piano-driven arrangements that prove his songs work well without much embellishment. The American influence presents itself in a resemblance to Ryan Adams (the two could be vocal twins) and a debt to the side of the Band that Elton John drew on early in his career. The sort-of title track "Slow Motion" rises to a chanting peak that nonetheless remains modest, while "Hospital Food" concocts an aural kaleidoscope for its tale of an ill friend. Such moments nicely represent Gray's ability to tickle the ear while pondering serious matters.

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THIS ALBUM IS PERFECTION! David Gray is soooo under-rated. I love ever sing song on this album. It's just outstanding, brilliant, exellent!


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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