Rob Lamothe - Gravity [Deluxe] (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Pull Me Under
2. The Light of You
3. Blair Mountain
4. Kevin Was My Cousin
5. House of the Rising Sun
6. Strongest Man in the World
7. Home
8. Gone
9. Starting to Feel
10. My Head
11. Stay
12. The Light of You
13. Kevin Was My Cousin
14. House of the Rising Sun (Grant Avenue Organic Mix)
15. Strongest Man in the World (Grant Avenue Organic Mix)
16. Home (Grant Avenue Organic Mix)
17. My Head (Grant Avenue Organic Mix)
18. Starting to Feel Like a Broken Heart (Live on Radio Veronica Countdown Café)
19. I'm So High (From 'Strongest Man in the World' Single)
20. Love Is Permission (Duet with Christine Russel)
21. The Night She Said Goodbye (Previously Unreleased)
22. Real Love (Previously Unreleased)
23. Fool's Gold (Previously Unreleased)
24. The Light of You (Studio Jam)

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Rob Lamothe initially gained prominence as the lead vocalist for Los Angeles rock band Riverdogs, who released their critically acclaimed debut album in 1990 on Epic Records. Riverdogs still make records occasionally, when guitarist Vivian Campbell can get a break from his other bands (Def Leppard, Last In Line). Lamothe went solo with his debut album 'Gravity' in 1996. The album introduced a more introspective side to Lamothe's songwriting, exploring a depth of emotions, from sorrow, to love, to pain, to hope; a poignant reflection of the human experience. Showcasing his talents as a truly versatile singer songwriter and storyteller, Lamothe infuses 'Gravity' with blues, folk, and Americana to create a sonic journey of ethereal highs to raw, soul stirring lows.