His catalogue rivals the best in the music industry and for many, White Ladder was their first introduction to the melodic voice of David Gray. For others who had been following David for years, his recording career had peaked much earlier.
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SELL SELL SELL
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Probably the most under-rated, and definitely my most fave of Davids early work. Sell is full of gems that offer us up-tempo and his signature confessional, brooding style, wrapped up in his unique delivery of vocal performance."Everytime" is classic DG music."Late Night Radio" is one of those great "car songs" you enjoy most on a long drive. Magdalena is foot tapping fun..."Gutters Full of Rain, Hold On To Nothing" & Only The Lonely" are such beautifully composed ballads and "What Am I Doing Wrong" is one of those rare songs that seduces and haunts you at the same time..its been a fave since first listen and became a coveted treasure over time, which can be said for this whole compilation. Other songs too good not to mention- "Forever Is Tomorrow Is Today" and Folk Song. Sell is must have for your DG collection, it showcases his evolution as an artist while it pulls at those deep rooted emotions in all of us.
Submitted by YouDontTelephoneMe on November 02, 2009
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