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  • Audio CD (July 7 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wea - Domestic
  • ASIN: B0000257NZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #43,624 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Fools Like you
2. Rain Down On Me
3. Restless
4. Western Skies
5. The Big Push
6. Willin' Fool
7. Already Gone
8. Flying
9. Lost Together
10. Where Are You Now
11. Last To Know
12. Is It You
13. Angels

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This benchmark 1992 release again demonstrates the versatility and strength of guitarists-vocalists Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor's songwriting partnership. Like Steve Earle, Uncle Tupelo, Whiskeytown, and others lumped into the y'alternative movement, Blue Rodeo don't distinguish between rock, country, and folk, freely using any and all forms to propel their finely crafted songs. The results allow a laid-back piano honky-tonker like "Rain Down on Me" to stand next to the rocket-fuelled, Jerry Lee Lewis-like stomper "Restless." And try finding a song that better embodies the spirit of country than "Western Skies." --Adem Tepedelen --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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Format: Audio CD
I am amazed this record did not win every country and rock Grammy when it was released. It is by far the best CD I have ever heard, but Blue Rodeo gets absolutely no credit. I am just thankful that the lack of popularity has not caused the group to break up.
Jim Cuddy demonstrates his incredible vocal talent and range in "Fly" and "Last to Know," and the band's outstanding songwriting skills never fade away through the album. The title track is a haunting ballad that will stay with you and cause you to listen to it again. "Already Gone" is just a straight Folk-Rock song, but it is so well executed it is amazing.
I have become a missionary for Blue Rodeo, desperate to get them more popular in the States. Right now, if you walk up to any one hundred people, you will be lucky if one of them has heard of the band, and if they've actually heard their music, go by yourself a lottery ticket, for it's your luck day. And odds seem to be that I would know them.
This band is as good, if not better, than the Eagles, but for some reason, possibly because they're Canadian, they do not sell well. I truly hope this will change, and I beg of them to keep putting out albums of this calibur for a long time.
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After the concise "Casino," "Lost Together" is a definite move back toward the longer, dreamier songs that make up such a big part of Blue Rodeo's sound. There are still angry, "what were you thinking?" songs like "Restless" and "The Big Push" -- both of which sound pretty disgusted with somebody -- but except for "Fools Like You" the specific songs of "Diamond Mine" are not what you'll find here.
Greg Keelor contributes a reminiscent song called "Western Skies" in which Toronto somes off a poor second to the Rockies; a gentle ballad called "Is It You?" that may be about a person or a spirit guide (or something else entirely -- but it's pretty); and of course the title track, which combines a haunting keyboard part and some beautiful orchestration with Greg's matter-of-fact vocal. I think it's largely Greg's shambling, everyguy, heartfelt vocal that puts this one into the classic category. He sounds real enough to be singing this song for all of us.
"Lost Together" the album contains a lot of Jim Cuddy's ballads as well. "Rain Down On Me" starts out as a song being sung ABOUT someone who's lost and confused, but eventually turns out to be sung BY someone who's lost and confused, too. "Already Gone" is an "it's over" song that sounds exhausted, like the character is sitting with his head in his hands finally making himself believe that there is nothing left of a relationship. What makes this one a standout is the delivery -- it's more resigned and wistful than anything else, the sound of someone looking around at wreckage and realizing that the only thing left to do is walk away.
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By Bill Kelly on Dec 15 1999
Format: Audio CD
As I was going through a box of old Maxell tapes one day looking for something I could tape over, I popped in a tape someone must have dubbed for me but I had never listened to. As I started listening, I could not believe my ears. This was one of the best albums I had ever heard. And I had no clue who these guys were. It was surreal, it was magical, I felt as if I had discovered a long lost treasure. And indeed I had. I searched the web for the song titles and found out it was a band called Blue Rodeo. From there, I tracked down all of their albums and every one is magnificent. Lost Together is probably the best album, beginning to end, of the 90's. Every song is a classic masterpiece- beautiful, insightful lyrics, flawless vocals and terrific instrumentation. A rare gem.
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Blue Rodeo is a very well known band from Canada, they've had quite a few hits up here and have made some really great albums worth a listen. This would be no exception. LOST TOGETHER is often lost, in a sea of albums which hardly ever get recognized. It's a shame, because LOST happens to be one of their best. Blue Rodeo is composed of Jim Cuddy, Greg Keelor, Bazil Donovan, Glenn Milchem, Bob Egan, and James Gray. Definately my favorite song on here is the closing "Angels", which is both endearing and poignant. There are lots of strong suits here, including the title track, "Rain Down On Me", "Western Skies", "Already Gone", and "Last To Know". Overall its a strong album, don't look past it, you'll miss out on some great material.
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By Gilly Bean on Feb. 16 2001
Format: Audio CD
I have almost all of Blue Rodeo's albums and plan to get the two that I do not have yet. This album is great...I would like to say that it's their best, but quite honestly, all their albums are so equally good. And not only their albums, but the songs on them, too. Plus they write all their own songs and play their own instruments...a perfect rock band. And after 15 years or more, they are still going strong. If you are a fan of intelligent, well-written rock, then you will love Blue Rodeo. I can't recommend this group highly enough.
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