Jacob Ray | A Small Part of Something Beautiful

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A Small Part of Something Beautiful

by Jacob Ray

Jeff Buckley with the punch of Radiohead Familiar, yet, refreshingly sweet, bursting with emotion and capable of giving you something to sing all day.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Unmistakeable Day
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2. Royalty
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3. Do I Dare..?
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4. City By the Sea
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5. Dirty Angels
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6. Three Violins
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7. Sailing
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8. When You Wake
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9. Time
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10. Champagne and Regret
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11. Connecting
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12. QQQ (Carley's Song)
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13. The News
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Jacob Ray was born to play music, listening to the gorgeous intimacy of his solo debut, you’re struck by the sheer, helpless joy of music. Overstuffed with assured, rich, original songwriting both instantly familiar and rewarding of continued attention, the album perfectly exploits Ray’s hero Jeff Buckley and the transcendent elation of Britpop’s happier set."

A Small Part of Something Beautiful, is Jacob Ray's first attempt at recording music, and his earliest songs. Now, The Young Immortals have been born, which is Jacob Ray's recent project and where some of the songs from A Small Part of Something Beautiful have gone to mature in his new album When History Meets Fiction.

The Young Immortals are thoughtful, but not depressive. Sing-a-long, but not throwaway. And, throughout, lushly textured by an evocative production.

For more information visit www.theyoungimmortals.com where you will find: Tour info, contact info, videos, and pictures... well really just a big link station to lead you to www.myspace.com/theyoungimmortals


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Michael Meanwhile


Great songs that are performed with depth....I believe every word this guy is saying!

Angelo De Ieso II

A small part of something beautiful is an appropriate name for this one...
The first track entitled Unmistakeable Day starts this record off beautifully. From here, it is apparent the amount of detail that was placed into writing and recording this album. The third song, Do I Dare? is perhaps the banger of the LP. Opening with a catchy drum beat and a supermadtight guitar hook, this gem is at the heart of Jacob Ray's Small Part release. Other remarkable tracks are Royalty and Dirty Angels. Songs bring to mind the music of the Lucksmiths or early Kissing Book with vocals which (and I know this comparison is cliche, but it's true...) Thom Yorke. It's one guy doing the majority of this record...and it sounds great. If you are a fan of indie-pop, this record is for you, no doubt.