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|1. Fools Like you|
|2. Rain Down On Me|
|4. Western Skies|
|5. The Big Push|
|6. Willin' Fool|
|7. Already Gone|
|9. Lost Together|
|10. Where Are You Now|
|11. Last To Know|
|12. Is It You|
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.
Great CD!! Excellent sound quality. Not available in stores anywhere in downtown in Toronto. Thanks Amazon!Published 3 months ago by Olga Kobylansky
This is a great CD that grows on you more each time its played. Some of the songs l hadn't heard before but now they are favorites too!Published 16 months ago by Rose
I have all of Blue Rodeo's albums now. Lost Together was the last piece of the puzzle. It is a good album, and it does not stray from what one would expect of Blue Rodeo.Published on Sept. 20 2013 by Zack S.
The title song itself is perrenial, that much can be said, and as Greg Keelor has commented, it's a campfire singalong kind of song. Read morePublished on Oct. 14 2003 by Brian Kious
I listen to already gone over and over again!!
I heard this album at a party and had to have it!! Read more
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... Read morePublished on Feb. 16 2001 by Gilly Bean
I have enjoyed blue rodeo for the longest time- but this cd has always been my favorite. the title song alone is reason enough to buy this album. Read morePublished on May 27 2000