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This week 2 lucky WUMB Members will win a copy of the CD Josh Ritter "Gathering"!

The winners will be announced on the morning of Friday March 29.
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Josh Ritter is an American singer, musician, and author who performs and records with The Royal City Band. He first picked up the guitar after hearing "Girl from the North Country" by Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan. His first self titled album was funded by himself in college and after selling copies on his own, he got noticed by both critics and folk fans. Ritter's discography consists of nine CDs stemming from 1999 to 2017. His songs have been featured in media such as the television show, Parenthood, and the trailer for Natalie Portman's film The Other Woman.

Gathering came out of a songwriting binge that created a large variety of songs that are vivid, and focus on weighty things. "Showboat" and "Friendamine" showcase Ritter's motormouth-rambling side. The album goes in new directions with songs such as "Dreams" which gives a haunting vide with echoes and murmurs. "Oh Lord (Part 3)" moves at a warped country pace while being accompanied by a full on gospel choir. Ritter remains at the top of his game with his signature sly folk rock sounds that are very road trip friendly.

Gathering
Track List

1. Shaker Love Song (Leah)
2. Showboat
3. FriendAMine
4. Feels Like Lightning
5. When Will I Be Changed (featuring Bob Weir)
6. Train Go By
7. Dreams
8. Myrna Loy
9. Interlude
10. Cry Softly
11. Oh Lord (Part 3)
12. Thunderbolt's Goodnight
13. Strangers

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