Gathering is the ninth full-length studio album by American singer-songwriter Josh Ritter. It was released September 22, 2017 on Pytheas Recordings. Rolling Stone described Gathering as a combination of country, gospel, and soul. Brian D’Ambrosio of Huffington Post said Ritter was uncertain, brisk, and contemplative while remaining intimate to the listener. All songs written by Josh Ritter. Shaker Love Song (Leah)" – 1:03. Feels Like Lightning" – 3:02.
Bringing in the Darlings. Influenced by the pure and simplistic approach of legendary pop artists like Buddy Holly, Ricky Nelson, and the Everly Brothers, Josh Ritter's six-track Bringing in the Darlings EP is the first studio outing in several years to not rely on the Idaho-born, singer/songwriter's touring group, the Royal City Band.
BRINGING IN THE DARLINGS is Josh Ritter's EP of six new songs. This EP is the first studio recording in several years that does not feature Josh's touring group, the Royal City Band. The only person in the studio with Ritter was Brooklyn-based producer Josh Kaufman, who contributed most of the other instruments. Ritter sums up the EP: ''I knew I wasn't making my next album here, but something smaller, and that smallness felt really good. I was listening to a lot of early Buddy Holly, Ricky Nelson, and the Everly Brothers, and the mood struck me one day to sit down and.
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Artist: Josh Ritter Title Of Album: Bringing in the Darlings EP Year Of Release: 2012 Label: Pytheas Recorids Country: United States Genre: Folk Rock Total Time: 21:46 min Format: Mp3 FLAC.
Ritter has announced that he will be releasing his Bringing in the Darlings EP two weeks from now on February 21 via Pytheas Recordings. This six-song EP is made up of tracks that were originally intended for his forthcoming yet-to-be-announced full-length but didn't fit with the others he was writing. A press release notes, "They do all have something in common though - they all use the word 'darling' in the lyrics!" So that explains the title. Check out the tracklist below, and stay tuned for news about that forthcoming album. When it arrives, the record will be Ritter's first since 2010's So Runs the World Away. Bringing in the Darlings: 1. "Why" 2. "Love Is Making Its Way Back Home" 3. "Darlin'" 4. "Make Me Down" 5. "See Me Through" 6. "Can't Go to Sleep (Without You)".