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Bringing In The Darlings (Vinyl) Import


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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Bringing in the five stars Feb. 21 2012
By Knopfler720 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This 6-song EP is a real delight, and for any Josh Ritter fans out there, you too will find this to be quite the gem. You can almost hear older melodies, but with a fresh coat of paint the Josh Ritter way. Don't forget to view the great stop-motion animation video of Love Is Making Its Way Back Home. A+
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I'm just sooo happy! Feb. 26 2012
By jediian7 - Published on Amazon.com
Thank you Josh! Up there with his best (my favorite album is still the Animal Years). I think the low-key instrumentation here is perfect for showcasing his talent as a singer/songwriter.

No losers here, but "Why", "Love is Making Its Way Back Home", and "See Me Through" are real gems. Check out the construction paper video for "Love" - awesome.

If you're a Josh fan, more to love. If not (yet) - this EP should get you hooked. Check out Animal Years, Historical Conquests, and Hello Starling next.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A delight for any fan... June 28 2012
By Leftcoastpunk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Josh Ritter's music has always been a joy to listen to...and it still is with his new EP, "Brining in the Darlings". His songs can lighten any mood, and this is EP is just perfect to sing along to while driving. Any fan of of Josh Ritter will surely enjoy this EP. The songs are not as story driven as the songs are in his previous albums, but they certainly are still well written and memorable.

My personal favorite in this EP is "Darling".
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Colossal & Bronzed Oct. 7 2012
By Lee Armstrong - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Josh Ritter's new EP is a delight. On this set, he's not producing epic records, just rendering some of his tunes with simple acoustic backing. Ritter's voice is so gentle and warm as on the lovely "Darlin'." Josh's talent for finding a hook and a catchy tune shines on "Love Is Making Its Way Back Home," "Just because it's gone, don't mean it's gone for long." "See Me Through" sways sweetly with warm supporting vocals, "Where are the statues, colossal and bronzed, that stood at the gates of our great love and kept watch?" This EP may be all too brief, but it holds some lovely moments that should not be missed. Enjoy!
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Oh Josh :) Aug. 24 2012
By Upsidedownsmile - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This man is an underrated lyrical and musical genius. This album is no exception. He is able to compose a very relaxed and calming sound. I love his lyrics and his songs are just beautiful. I won't go into detail about the songs as I don't think that it is really necessary when you can buy it for yourself and listen to it forever. Do it now.


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