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"Let It Be Me" follows with a folksier, looser soul groove, where acoustic guitars, a Telecaster, piano, and strings underscore the hypnotic lilt in the verse.But La Montagne can write a coda and a bridge and he gets his voice right into the meat of the lyric.This was a show I was hoping I could see when a press pass came down the pipes at the very last minute, day of show and boom!there I was in an excellent seat in one of the most ornate vintage 1920’s deco style theaters in the country.Last year, the singer followed up Trouble, his debut UK chart-topper, with the more solemn, introspective album Till the Sun Turns Black.Working once again with venerable producer Ethan Johns, La Montagne flavored his forlorn love tunes with the likes of Rachel Yamagata and John Medeski’s Wurlitzer.The title of most beautifully crafted song belongs to Sarah.
Sounding like a 60’s soul song with horns and female backing vocals, Ray sounds at his best.
Ray La Montagne's third album, Gossip in the Grain is as different from 2007's Till the Sun Turns Black as that album was from 2006's Trouble.
The deep, heart-of-night atmospherics of the preceding disc have been jettisoned in favor of a brightly lit palette of textures and instruments that legendary producer and multi-instrumentalist Ethan Johns uses to illustrate La Montagne's considerable ambitions as a writer.
The set opens with the singer channeling his inner Memphis soul man on "You Are the Best Thing." Horns, strings, and a female backing chorus underscore La Montagne's heartfelt uptempo rasp that touches on Sam Cooke as much as it does Tim Buckley with a hook worthy of Stax/Volt.
In terms of sequencing, it certainly grabs the listener, but it is also arguably the best track here.
From their first song the 4 piece Belle Brigade’s presentation was very personable.