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Album: Lost Together
# Song Title   Time
1)    Fools Like you More Info...
2)    Rain Down On Me More Info...
3)    Restless More Info...
4)    Western Skies More Info...
5)    The Big Push More Info...
6)    Willin' Fool More Info...
7)    Already Gone More Info...
8)    Flying More Info...
9)    Lost Together More Info...
10)    Where Are You Now More Info...
11)    Last To Know More Info...
12)    Is It You More Info...
13)    Angels More Info...
 

Album: Lost Together
# Song Title   Time
1)    Fools Like you More Info...
2)    Rain Down On Me More Info...
3)    Restless More Info...
4)    Western Skies More Info...
5)    The Big Push More Info...
6)    Willin' Fool More Info...
7)    Already Gone More Info...
8)    Flying More Info...
9)    Lost Together More Info...
10)    Where Are You Now More Info...
11)    Last To Know More Info...
12)    Is It You More Info...
13)    Angels More Info...
 
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  • Blue Rodeo: Jim Cuddy, Greg Keelor (vocals, guitar); Bob Wiseman (harmonica, accordion, piano, organ); Bazil Donovan (bass); Glen Milkchem (drums).
  • Additional personnel: Kim Deschamps (pedal steel, lap steel, slide guitar); Ian Guenther (violin); Richard Armin (cello); Michelle McAdorey (background vocals).
  • Engineers include: John Rodd, Bruce Fleming, Dany Tremblay.
  • Personnel: Greg Keelor, Jim Cuddy (vocals, guitar); Kim Deschamps (slide guitar, lap steel guitar); Ian Guenther (violin); Richard Armin (cello); Bob Wiseman (harmonica, accordion, piano, organ); Glenn Milchem (drums); Michelle McAdorey (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixers: Peter Doell; Blue Rodeo.
  • Recording information: Manta Eastern Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Metalworks Studio; Sounds Interchange & Capitol Studios.
  • Photographer: Hill Peppard.
  • Blue Rodeo's fourth album is a country-tinged folk-rock gem, and one of the few records fitting that description which doesn't try to sound like long-lost Byrds outtakes. Perhaps wisely noting that the softer, Cowboy Junkies-like sound of earlier albums like DIAMOND MINE wouldn't fly in 1992, aka The Year Of Grunge, producer Peter Doell and the band toughen up the group's arrangements, adding louder and more electric guitars than anything the group had previously essayed.
  • The results, somewhat surprisingly, don't sound contrived or bandwagonesque in the least. The noisier sound particularly suits co-leader Greg Keelor's songs, with "Fools Like You" and the atmospheric title track the album's biggest stand-outs. This might be the best Blue Rodeo album for novices to start with.
Professional Reviews
Q (9/92, p.70) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Blue Rodeo display the character and cohesion of survivors, playing an elusive blend of country, R&B and 60's pop with unfailing spirit and spunk....[they] execute the material with cool exhilaration..."

Alternative Press (1/93, p.54) - "...aggressive, classic ragged rock & roll....LOST TOGETHER is no `guess that influence' reduction. Intelligence mixed with fever drives the program choices..."
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