“ . . . The new songs are powerful. A blend of soulful vocals, explosive guitar work, plaintive piano and exquisite arrangements with Americana flavors. It’s a big sound.
Listening to the record you can hear it. The simple song in the riff, the chords, in the melodies . . . j. ramada’s music cascades from reflective personal spaces into intense crescendos, all the while keeping itself rooted in the Americana Rock tradition from which it was born.
From the celebratory opening track, Star Sixty Nine, to the shimmering orchestral denouement of Fade To Glorious, Too Many Days Without is a circular journey for both the listener and the artist . . . ”