'God Willing & The Creek Don’t Rise,' Ray Lamontagne & The Pariah Dogs 

Ray LaMontagne conjures a sound you've heard before — and that's a good thing.

Ray LaMontagne is riding a one-trick pony on his new record, but that can be forgiven because it’s a darn good horse. His distinctive vocal rasp, sounding like a subtle version of Joe Cocker, seldom strays from a worldworn Danko-esque croon…

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