Life in Slow Motion, indeed, but David Gray’s seventh CD does ingratiate itself after repeat listens, in an Astral Weeks-like way. Unfortunately, the hypnotic drum-‘n’-bass beats that augmented his earnest singer-songwriterdom on White Ladder are gone, leaving us with…earnest singer-songwriterdom. Your brunch pals will not flee in horror from this omelette-enhancing soundtrack, nor, most likely, will they rush out to buy it.
Life in Slow MotionLife in Slow Motion, indeed, but David Gray's seventh CD does ingratiate itself after repeat listens, in an Astral Weeks-like...Life in Slow MotionRockLife in Slow Motion, indeed, but David Gray's seventh CD does ingratiate itself after repeat listens, in an Astral Weeks-like...2005-09-16
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: David Gray (Musician); Producer (group): ATO
Posted September 16 2005 — 12:00 AM EDT
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