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Recorded with returning producer, Ethan Johns in Box, England, and touching upon a range of styles and musical settings– spanning pastoral folk, railroad blues, front porch country, and plangent balladry – Gossip In The Grain proves to be his most creative and emotionally expansive collection to date.
As a result, La Montagne grew up as the perennial new kid in school (when he went to school at all).
He did graduate high school, however, and found himself working in a shoe factory in Maine when he heard Stephen Stills' "Tree Top Flyer" on the radio.
His first album without producer Ethan Johns, the session was produced by La Montagne at his home studio and was the first with a billing for his backing band the Pariah Dogs, which included bassist Jennifer Condos, guitarist Eric Heywood, and drummer Jay Bellerose.
It peaked at number three on the American album charts, and earned La Montagne his first Grammy win, for Best Contemporary Folk Album.
The song amounted to an epiphany for La Montagne, who made up his mind on the spot to become a singer and musician.
By the summer of 1999, he had put together a ten-song demo tape that soon found its way into the hands of Jamie Ceretta at Chrysalis.
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As La Montagne explains “It was time to open up a little bit more, not be quite so reserved in my choice of songs that I wanted to record.” Recently called by Vanity Fair “a fresh reminder that the genuine artist is not yet an extinct species,” Gossip In The Grain reconfirms Ray La Montagne as an artist and a craftsman without limits, a songwriter who is able to work his melodic gifts and distinctive lyricism through any of the myriad musical traditions that catches his fancy.
Along with his band members, La Montagne is also joined on two tracks – “A Falling Through” and “I Still Care For You” – by singer/songwriter Leona Naess.
Whereas La Montagne’s two previous albums, Trouble and Till The Sun Turns Black, were largely solo affairs, with Johns serving as multi-tasking instrumentalist, Gossip In The Grain sees him joined by members of his touring band, bassist Jennifer Condos and guitarist Eric Heywood (with Johns largely handling drum duties).