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  • Audio CD (Feb. 5 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B009LLD5T2
  • In-Print Editions: LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,948 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Nowhere To Go
2. Nowhere Is
3. If Only Avenue
4. Snake Road
5. Blind Eye
6. Lost In Thoughts
7. Sneak Out The Back Door
8. Back Of My Hand
9. Deepens With Time
10. Me Myself and Wine
11. She Does My Heart Good
12. The Morning Light
13. Life After a Broken Heart (Bonus Track)
14. Autumn Light (Bonus Track)

Product Description

Forever Endeavour marks Ron’s return to working with producer Mitchell Froom. The pair has collaborated on a number of Sexsmith albums including Ron’s major label debut in 1995. "Mitchell's someone I've always looked up to," says Sexsmith. "They don't really make producers like him anymore."


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What a great album from singer song writer Ron Sexsmith! Beautiful string and horn arrangements by Mitchell Froom make this one of the best Ron Sexsmith album ever! Not a weak track on it. Highly recommended!
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After the slick and over-produced "Long Player Late Bloomer", I was hoping Ron would not make good on his promise to quit making music if LPLB didn't sell truckloads. I don't know if it did or not.. I know he got on the radio with it, but didn't quite make it to sitting on the couch next to Oprah. It had some good songs on it, but ruined from the production.

I've always felt Ron's music was too good to be wasted on the disposable Top 40 market - it was quite odd to see him on late-night talk-shows surrounded by a super hip party-crowd. I hope he got some new fans, but based on one negative and uneducated review here, it looks like they can't appreciate what really makes him good, as they only accept him working with Bob Rock from now on (Noooooooooooo!)

Anyways, I heard Ron do these new tunes in an acoustic radio session earlier this year and I wasn't that impressed with them. I've waited half the year to finally listen to this album and I'm quite glad I didn't wait for the year to be over to do so.

Perhaps he was having an off-day on the session I heard, but here the same songs are quite lovely and charming in his own unique style - tasteful production (more noticeable Beatle production touches this time around too) with nice strings and brass on some cuts - not crazy about some songs like "Snake Road" or "Me Myself and Wine" (which makes me roll my eyes a bit), but they don't take away from the overall strong material and performance on this disc.

Thanks Ron.
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I have all of Sexsmith's recordings. I find this latest release to be a return to form after his recent attempt to record some hit singles wth Bob Rock producing on Long Player Late Bloomer. With this record Mitchell Froom returns as producer and the sound is quite similar to some of his earlier, and in my view much better, recordings. The sound overall is quite acoustic and natural without any of the overproduced smoothness and polish that was emblematic of the Rock produced record. This man can still write some of the most beautiful and heartfelt songs in modern music and the production on this album allows the beauty, sentiment and emotion to come through. Good stuff.
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Another instant classic from the best songwriter in the world. Beautiful production with lovely string and horn arrangements throughout. Instantly likeable but "deepens with time".
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Ron Sexsmith has this gift of being able to comfort the lonely--those of us without someone special in our lives-- at the same time as celebrating the life-changing power of love. He does so with engaging melody and smart lyric,earnestly as the title suggests, but never maudlin. I too find that my "days have become years" and it is comforting to share the realization of this stage of life, where regrets seem to pile up like snow, with such an artist. By the end of the record, though, we are brought back to a morning of promise. This CD "Does My Heart Good."
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