Ray Winch - Live At The Sacred Bean!

By Michael Allison [01-10-2002]

Artist: Ray Winch (www.raywinch.com)
Title: Live At The Sacred Bean!
Genre: Folk Rock

As far as live albums go, Ray Winch - Live at the Sacred Bean is a pretty great effort. Ray's last album was an acoustic folk style. The music presented on this album is more of a mixture of both electric and acoustic folk rock. Though Ray keeps with his roots of classic styled folk rock, the music on this album has a little more of an electric feel to it. For those hard-core acoustic rock fans, there's also an unplugged section to this 21 track CD. Ray also pulls off some great covers of classics by Jimmy Buffet, Jim Croce, and even Joni Mitchell. He does all of these covers the justice that they deserve also.

It's not often that I enjoy listening to a live recording. The great thing about this one is that it sounds almost as good as any studio recording that I've heard. The songs are all perfectly performed, and deliver that raw emotion that I have come to expect from Ray Winch. This album only goes to show that Ray can deliver live just as well as he can in the studio. This is definitely an album that comes highly recommended to folk rock fans everywhere.

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