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Mutineers (Deluxe Version)

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Limited deluxe three CD edition includes two bonus CDs containing 15 live tracks. This 2014 release is the 10th album from the acclaimed Irish singer/songwriter. Twenty-One years since his first studio album, "Mutineers" finds David Gray steering into unfamiliar territory while cultivating a pugnacious but respectful relationship with his own history. ''I think if you’re going forward with an open heart, good things will happen,'' says David. ''You have to sort of tear up the past and let it go.'' The only certainty that David had at the commencement of his new recording was the need to surprise himself, not just in terms of how he worked, but the ideas that drove him and the people he worked with. David’s collaborator, producer and occasional combatant during this raid on new horizons was Lamb’s Andy Barlow. "Mutineers," then, is an experiment that seems to fizz with the joy of its own assembly. The sound of a musician making a clean break and some sharp turns but also reconnecting with the freedoms of an earlier dream, a rebuke and a salutation to all that’s gone before.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Back in the World
  2. As the Crow Flies
  3. Mutineers
  4. Beautiful Agony
  5. Last Summer
  6. Snow in Vegas
  7. Cake and Eat It
  8. Birds of the High Arctic
  9. The Incredible
  10. Girl Like You
  11. Gulls

Disc: 2

  1. Foundling
  2. From Here You Can Almost See the Sea
  3. Davey Jones' Locker
  4. Lately
  5. The One I Love
  6. Kathleen
  7. Ain't No Love

Disc: 3

  1. My Oh My
  2. Fugitive
  3. Forgetting
  4. Falling Free
  5. Flame Turns Blue
  6. Babylon
  7. Nemesis
  8. Sail Away


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 17, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: +180 RECORDS
  • ASIN: B00JEBHY14
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,845 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Don't get me wrong, I love David Gray and pretty much own everything he's ever released. But while 2009's 'Draw The Line' and 2010's 'Foundling' were a bit hit and miss for me, there's not a single stinker on Mutineers. It's signature David, but sounds refreshed and vibrant even through some of the more melancholy tracks. His voice has never sounded better. The production is excellent, with few more layers on top of the usually dominant guitar/piano mix -- Mutineers isn't always as "acoustic"-sounding as some previous works -- but it is by no means over-produced. The songs just seem to flow, is the best way I can put it.

The Deluxe version is well worth the extra few dollars, with 2 extra CDs recorded live in London at the Royal Festival Hall in 2011, with fantastic performances of some older and some newer songs. A must-have for any David fan.
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I've loved listening to David Gray for many, many years. Some of his older stuff is my favorite and this takes me back. David gave a recent interview on NPR and said that he took the process through a radical overhaul. He worked backwards from lyrics to music. He said, "I wanted a spiritual renewal" and that is evident in this new album.

Mutineers has a slightly softer edge and even though he is known for his soulful tones, (and this doesn't stray far) he considers it upbeat by his standards. Even his daughters tell him to "jolly it up dad". But it wouldn't be true David Gray if it wasn't a little downbeat.

'Back in the World' is an upbeat track and probably one of my favorites. There are other slower, more melancholy and one or two with that running beat he uses. Having the live discs from London are like having a greatest hits album included and his performance is wonderful (makes me want to seek out tickets for this year's tour!)

This won't disappoint old fans as well as new-to-David listeners.
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It took me about a month to really love this CD. The first few times I listened to it I don't think it really resonated with me. I didn't dislike it from the beginning, but I wasn't playing it every day because I just needed to hear it either.

But playing it sporadically over the last month and taking the time to really listen to the lyrics allowed it to sink in a little deeper. Now over the past week or so I'm really loving it. It's a slight departure from his normal sound and seems like his focused more on the words than the music this time. Since lyrics don't tend to be as catchy as music, I guess it just takes a little bit to really hook you.

But once it hooked me it's really sunk in deep. And that's fine. The best things in life often take a while to truly appreciate.

What I'm getting at is that you should give this CD more than a test listen. Don't just play it in the background while you're doing something else. Put this on and just sit back and listen to it. Make that the entire activity. Take the time to really hear the lyrics and I think you'll quickly appreciate what an excellent piece of work this entire album is.
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David Gray might be the one of the nicest and down-to-earth persons in the music world. That's not a reason to get his music, but it's nice to know. There is a common decency to the man that shines through his music.

Mutineers sounds like a David Gray record, but it is not more of the same. It is a fresh approach with distinctive song writing and contemplative lyrics. There are more than a few future classics here. The deluxe version is not only a treat for new and old fans, it is a downright bargain, containing a two cd live performance. Anyone who has seen David live can testify to the passion and seriousness he takes in every performance as well as the familiarity with which he treats his audience. This comes through wonderfully in this recording. Taken together, this package gives the listener a sample of the complete range of David Gray: his newest work as well as enduring classics done in refreshing ways.
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First, do yourself a favor and go to his YouTube channel and listen to the interviews he's done regarding this record & it will give you a whole new depth of appreciation to the depth of these songs.

I've loved me some David Gray for about 10 years, and was wondering if he was maxed out. But he's not. He's evolving as a beautiful soul, and creatively as well. These songs are all wonderful, can't wait to see him in concert in August.

The song "The Incredible" has been on repeat for the past week. Stunning.

Love this record.
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Have had this release date on my calendar since it was announced. So happy to finally have a fresh David fix, Mutineers has some classics that I'm already getting stuck in my head. Thank you David, it's lovely!
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I'm a big David Gray fan and have followed his career religiously. David Gray, to me, is only slightly overshadowed by another famous Dave that we all know in America. I really enjoyed Draw The Line but I felt that Foundlings was a bit overinflated , misdirected and less cohesive than some of his masterworks like Lost Songs , White Ladder and A New Day At Midnight. Every Gray album is a snapshot in time, though, and needs to be digested slowly for full appreciation and weighed on its own merits. One word I can use to describe this album is fresh . It's neither an overt throwback to his first four albums nor a retread of his last three. Sonically , it resides somewhere between White Ladder ,A New Day At Midnight and Foundlings. Sparse sonic landscapes are meshed with uptempo melodies and downbeat melancholia. The album has a good flow and less forced or contrived moments than its predecessor. It is another solid addition to his prolific catalog that should please fans from every era of his career .
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