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Lung of Love


Download links and information about Lung of Love by Amy Ray. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 37:52 minutes.

Artist: Amy Ray
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 12
Duration: 37:52
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No. Title Length
1. When You're Gone, You're Gone (feat. Lindsay Fuller, Jim James, Brandi Carlile & A Fragile Tomorrow) 3:15
2. Glow 1:55
3. I Didn't (feat. Brandi Carlile, Heather McEntire & Lindsay Fuller) 4:06
4. From Haiti 3:10
5. Crying in the Wilderness (feat. A Fragile Tomorrow) 2:53
6. Little Revolution 2:51
7. The Rock Is My Foundation (feat. Brandi Carlile) 3:13
8. Lung of Love 3:40
9. Give It a Go 2:47
10. Bird in the Hand (feat. Brandi Carlile) 3:40
11. This Train (Revised) [Live At Empty Sea] [Bonus Track] [feat. Lindsay Fuller & Jeff Fielder] 3:53
12. The Rock Is My Foundation (Live At Empty Sea) [Bonus Track] (feat. Lindsay Fuller & Jeff Fielder) 2:29



Amy Ray’s sixth studio solo album explores the more hewn textures of her songcraft. Mostly musing on amorous trials and tribulations, Lung of Love opens with “When You’re Gone, You’re Gone”: an Americana-tinged folk-rocker where reverb-soaked slide guitars melt like candle wax over acoustic strumming and a meaty rhythm section. “Glow” follows this with distortion-saturated electric guitars and a more assertive rhythm; combined with Ray’s confident vocal approach, it could easily pass for early-'90s indie rock, right down to the Juliana Hatfield–sounding “Bah-bah-bahs” in the tune’s catchy chorus. “I Didn’t” simmers down with rootsy tones warming up the song like the glowing vacuum tubes of a vintage amp. Old Wurlitzer notes and an electric guitar tremolo glow like embers under sprawled blankets of congruous vocal harmonies. A playful mandolin introduces “The Rock Is My Foundation,” a bluegrass-flavored front-porch jam that sounds like an antiquated public-domain standard. Some subtle analog keyboard parts complement the breezy guitars of the title track.