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  • Vinyl (8 Sept. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B00LGATVPS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,028 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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14th studio album by the American singer-songwriter. Featuring the tracks 'Gimme Something Good', 'My Wrecking Ball' and 'Tired of Giving Up', the album debuted at #6 in the UK Albums Chart.

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By S.R.J VINE VOICE on 12 Sept. 2014
Format: Audio CD
My daughter ( aged 26) often 'borrows' ( they some times disappear for months) Cds from my collection, a few months ago she took some Whiskeytown Cds. A few weeks later she sent me a text "I think I have fallen in love with Ryan Adams dad".I got a call from her the other day " the new Ryan is a bit of a mush aint it"; I fell in love with Ryan Adams over ten years ago. A consummate, if sometimes perplexing musician, whose style ranges a bit too far for my liking at time ( eg Rock N'Roll left me cold), but usually intrigues in some way.

Now the thing with a Ryan album is you need time for it to sink in ( hence the delay in this review), but I have waited, and played it, and waited, and then realised, it sunk in on first listen. It doesn't demand a great deal from me at all, in fact some tracks border on easy listening. There is no way of avoiding the inevitable conclusion, this feels like a lazy album, lyrically inept, at times ( not always) musically bereft and very far removed from the heights of his Whiskeytown days, or some of his work with the Cardinals. So what has happened. There was a one year when he released ( I think) 3 albums, like light pouring out of him then so did the songs, he was seemingly on a bender of brilliance and inspiration, it seems to have just gone , a three year wait, and we get an album that whilst not dreadful, it certainly isn't very good. I guess it's all relative, when you have been used to your favourite musician bestowing musical gifts on you of such wonderful quality, then when he dips below par it feels like its all gone wrong.
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By Red on Black TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Sept. 2014
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Ryan Adams self-titled 14th album is further evidence that the South Carolina troubadour has not entirely managed to resolve the erratic quality issues which have plagued the more substance dependent phases of his career. It appears that Adams was on course to release what was "Ashes & Fire Part II" an album produced by Glyn Johns that he scrapped at the eleventh hour as "too sad to release".

Instead Adams has now set forth this self-produced album, which is a mix of rockers, and acoustic songs some from the top drawer, others could see him paying royalties to Tom Petty. Songs like "Stay with Me"" are firmly in the latter category and almost a pastiche. It is the type of workmanlike heartland rock peddled on the lacklustre "Cardinology". In a similar vein "Feels like fire" is Adams on cruise control with a very standard backdrop, whilst the jury is still out on the heavy reverb chords of "I Just Might". The single "Gimme Something Good" does improve on repeated listens although by no means a classic. "Kim" alternatively is a belter. A medium paced rocker with a beautifully subtle song structure and excellent lyrics. Equally the two straightforward acoustic numbers remind you about why Ryan Adams is so special. "My Wrecking Ball" is the sort of heartbreaking lament with that is his trademark. Similarly the last song "Lets Go" is wondrous in its acoustic simplicity with a warm vocal by the master. Of the rockier tracks, it is slow burn of "Shadows" that impresses most. When all the elements come together in songs like the Fleetwood Mac sounding "Am I Safe" you sense that Adams might be seeking an audience well beyond the aficionado's of alt-country.
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It’s very easy to dismiss Ryan Adams. Too much of this, too less of this, recording records which doesn’t fit in the basic assumptions and the standard expectations people have about him.

Luckily I won’t and luckily I don’t dismiss. Escpecially with this record. Because considering his health conditions Ryan Adams comes with a strong, balanced and consistent classic-rock style album. This record is not the best-record-ever, but it’s definitely a very good one. The particular vibe of classic rock is present at the whole album.

Sometimes I think it must be frustrating for plenty other artists: the proces of writing songs for a record. How to write good songs? They have to deal with a writer’s block, have difficulty in writing the good songs in a period of two years or so. Allegedly Ryan Adams walks into a recording studio and a few hours later a few fresh, inspiring, well written songs have been written, played and recorded.

Listening to this record somehow I think that ‘myth’ is based on real life experience. Because there aren’t many songwriters who come up so easily with melodic guitar rhythms like Ryan Adams does. This self-titled record shows that particular craftsmanship (again) in songs like the rocking‘Gimme Something Good’, ‘Trouble’ and ‘Feels like Fire’. For me on this recored there is a lot of resemblance with “Gold” en “Cardinology”. I like the latter very much because of its strong melodic songs and sound. And that’s very present on this self titled record.

An example of his easiness with writing could be the song ‘Trouble’: a song in the middle between rock and singer-songwriter. As soon as the song starts, you recognize Ryan his style. You can’t help thinking “why didn’t somebody else come up with this song?
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