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Lost at Last, Vol. 1 *
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Album: Lost at Last, Vol. 1 *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Life Is Confusing
2)    Old Things
3)    House of My Soul (You Light the Rooms)
4)    Ocean City [For May, Jack & Brother Jon]
5)    Private Property
6)    Money Road Shuffle
7)    Never Break
8)    Bluebird
9)    Alligator Girl
10)    Funny Feelin' [For Junior Kimbrough & Ted Hawkins]
11)    Zombie
12)    Lost This Time
13)    Better Man
 

Album: Lost at Last, Vol. 1 *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Life Is Confusing
2)    Old Things
3)    House of My Soul (You Light the Rooms)
4)    Ocean City [For May, Jack & Brother Jon]
5)    Private Property
6)    Money Road Shuffle
7)    Never Break
8)    Bluebird
9)    Alligator Girl
10)    Funny Feelin' [For Junior Kimbrough & Ted Hawkins]
11)    Zombie
12)    Lost This Time
13)    Better Man
 
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  • Always pining for a rustic American past, Langhorne Slim ups the ante with his old-timey obsessions on Lost at Last, Vol. 1. Often sounding as if it's designed as a respite from the digital clamor of modern living, Lost at Last, Vol. 1 is filled with loose ends and mess. The rhythms rollick; the harmonies sometimes don't quite mesh; and there are hopping squeezeboxes, the occasional saloon piano, and a bunch of front-porch strumming -- all signifiers of a different time and place. As a vibe, it's appealing, enough so that it still sounds good when the songs don't catch hold, which is a little too often for a singer/songwriter deep into his career. Even if Langhorne Slim can't come up with the tunes to suit his sound, that sound is bewitching enough to make Lost at Last, Vol. 1 worth a listen. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Professional Reviews
Magnet - "Langhorne Slim has a striking tenor that imbues his songs with an aching sense of melancholy and uncertainty."

Paste (magazine) - "It's all supported by a through-line of warm, cozy production that imbues the album with a pleasant nostalgia, he kind we've come to expect from Slim and his reworking of dug-in American genres like folk, country, and blues."
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