Josh Ritter: Sermon on the Rocks

Josh Ritter SKU: 28811916
Josh Ritter: Sermon on the Rocks

Josh Ritter: Sermon on the Rocks

Josh Ritter SKU: 28811916

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $21.98 Sale price $18.90

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Title: Sermon on the Rocks
Label: Pytheas Recordings
Product Type: VINYL LP

Limited 180 gram blue vinyl LP pressing with bonus Home Recordings CD. Sermon On The Rocks was produced by Ritter and Trina Shoemaker (Queens of the Stone Age, Emmylou Harris), the 12-song album was recorded over two weeks at New Orleans' The Parlor Recording Studio and features Matt Barrick from The Walkmen on drums, Zachariah Hickman on bass, Josh Kaufman on guitar and Sam Kassirer on piano. Over the course of his acclaimed career, Ritter has released seven full-length albums, including his most recent, 2013's The Beast In It's Tracks, which debuted at #22 on the Billboard 200 and #8 on the Top Rock Albums chart. The record also received widespread critical praise - NPR Music called it, "... gorgeous and glorious," while Pitchfork asserted, "Beast is contemplative and forgiving, a means of burying one relationship to commit to another, and Ritter nicely evokes the excitement and resignation of such a transition."

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1.2 Young Moses
1.3 Henrietta, Indiana
1.4 Getting Ready to Get Down
1.5 Seeing Me Around
1.6 Where the Night Goes
1.7 Cumberland
1.8 Homecoming
1.9 The Stone
1.10 A Big Enough Sky
1.11 Lighthouse Fire
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