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Till Midnight is the fourth studio album by Chuck Ragan, which was recorded in and produced by Christopher Thorn. The album was recorded at the Fireside Sound and Fonogenic Studios in Los Angeles. Guest vocalists include Ben Nichols (of Lucero), Dave Hause (of The Loved Ones), Jenny O., Chad Price, and. Till Midnight by Chuck Ragan, released 25 March 1. Something May Catch Fire 2. Vagabond 3. Non Typical 4. Revved 5. Bedroll Lullaby 6. Gave My Heart Out 7. Wake With You 8. You And I Alone 9. Whistleblowers Song For All We Care. Find a Chuck Ragan - Till Midnight first pressing or reissue. Complete your Chuck Ragan collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.
19 Mar Chuck Ragan's fourth solo LP Till Midnight opens with a song that sounds like late Springsteen, his rough voice singing lines like, "We only have til midnight until we break out and cut up trials on our own" before being joined by a few more for a triumphant chorus. But from there the record moves toward the. 25 Mar Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Till Midnight - Chuck Ragan on AllMusic - - Since 's Los Feliz, singer/songwriter Chuck. 25 Mar Metacritic Music Reviews, Till Midnight by Chuck Ragan, The fourth studio release for the singer-songwriter was produced by Christopher Thorn and features guest appearances from Ben Nichols of Lucero, Da.
Till Midnight. Chuck Ragan. Released K. Till Midnight Tracklist. 1. Something May Catch Fire (Ft. The Camaraderie) Lyrics. 3. Non Typical (Ft. The Camaraderie & Jenny O.) Lyrics · Whistleblowers song Lyrics · You and I Alone Lyrics · Gave my heart out Lyrics · Wake with you Lyrics · Revved Lyrics · Vagabond. Chuck Ragan's bracing release Till Midnight once again confirms what the iconoclastic singer-songwriter's fans have known all along; that he's a deeply compelling songwriter and an effortlessly charismatic performer, as well as a true believer in music's ability to illuminate and inspire. 2 Apr I've always believed that you can measure the quality of an album by how many different things you think about that album being a potential soundtrack to. "I can't wait to listen to this while I'm driving." "I'm definitely gonna throw this on when I'm fixing up the porch." "This would be great.