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29

Ryan Adams

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29
Ryan Adams
5:48
2
Strawberry Wine
Ryan Adams
8:00
3
Night Birds
Ryan Adams
3:53
4
Blue Sky Blues
Ryan Adams
5:20
5
Carolina Rain
Ryan Adams
5:27
6
Starlite Diner
Ryan Adams
3:53
7
The Sadness
Ryan Adams
6:43
8
Elizabeth, You Were Born To Play That Part
Ryan Adams
5:12
9
Voices
Ryan Adams
5:08
Total Playing Time    49:24
"The intimacy harks back to the album deemed to be his masterpiece, 2000's Heartbreaker ..."
- The Guardian

"... a handful of perfectly transcendent tracks."
- Pitchfork

"The sparse music is correspondingly moody in often compelling tales that alternate between third-person character sketches and first-person pieces that sound like diary entries from a poetically minded writer."
- Los Angeles Times

Each of the nine songs on 29 reflect Ryan Adams at a different year in his 20s. The last of three albums Adams released in 2005, it is almost a true solo album offering up plenty of piano and acoustic guitar; sparse, bare and basic but especially raw and intimate.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - UMG Recordings Studio Masters

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