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Trouble (Ray LaMontagne album)

Trouble
Studio album by Ray LaMontagne
Released September 14, 2004
Recorded 2004
Sunset Sound
Los Angeles, California
Genre Folk rock
Length 41:24
Label RCA/BMG/Stone Dwarf
Producer Ethan Johns
Ray LaMontagne chronology
Trouble
(2004)
Till the Sun Turns Black
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]
UNCUT [2]
BBC (Favorable) [3]
Robert Christgau (C+) [4]

Trouble is the debut album by singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne. It was released on September 14, 2004 in the United States, and on September 20, 2004 in the United Kingdom. Although the album was released in 2004, the song didn't enter the top five of the UK charts until August 2006. The album was produced by Ethan Johns, released on RCA Records, marketed by BMG and distributed by Stone Dwarf Records.

"Burn", "Trouble", and "All the Wild Horses" were featured in the second season of the American television show Rescue Me. "Hold You In My Arms" was featured in the 2007 season finale of the television show Grey's Anatomy. The album has sold 239,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Jennifer Stills and Sara Watkins are featured on several tracks. The album cover was designed by Jason Holley, and was chosen by LaMontagne as a "powerful and poetic piece of art".[5]

Popular Australian singer-songwriter Missy Higgins did a cover for the song "Burn" on January 20, 2005 at the Cairns Convention Centre in Australia. "Jolene," was also covered by the Zac Brown Band, a country music band.

The song "Shelter" was featured in the film "Prime" (2005).

The song "How Come" was featured in the film "The Devil Wears Prada" (2006).

The song "Jolene" plays during the ending credits of the film "The Town" (2010).

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
  • References 3
  • Related links 4

Track listing

  • All tracks written by Ray LaMontagne, except "Hold You in My Arms".
  1. "Trouble" – 4:01
  2. "Shelter" – 4:36
  3. "Hold You in My Arms" – 5:06 (Ray LaMontagne/Ethan Johns)
  4. "Narrow Escape" – 4:39
  5. "Burn" – 2:54
  6. "Forever My Friend" – 5:44
  7. "Hannah" – 5:42
  8. "How Come" – 4:32
  9. "Jolene" – 4:10
  10. "All the Wild Horses" – 3:16

Personnel

  • Ray LaMontagne - acoustic guitar, vocals, harmonica
  • harmonium
  • David Low - Cello, contractor
  • Julie Gigante - Violin
  • Phillipe Levy - Violin
  • Mark Robertson - Violin
  • Roger Wilkie - Violin
  • Sara Watkins - Fiddle on "Hannah" and "Jolene"; background vocals on "Hannah"
  • Jen Stills - Background vocals on "Narrow Escape"
  • Chris Reynolds - Engineer
  • Ashley Newton, Steve Ralbovsky, James Cerreta - A&R
  • Robin C. Hendrickson, Brett Kilroe - Art Direction

References

  1. ^ Leggett, Steve. Trouble (Ray LaMontagne album) at AllMusic
  2. ^ Uncut, Sep 2004
  3. ^ BBC review, Sep 2004
  4. ^ Robert Christgau review
  5. ^ Long, Chris (December 3, 2004). "The Trouble with Ray". 

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