Lost Highway - Lost & Found Volume One
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Lost & Found Volume One (Lost Highway, 2003)

Lost Highway

Reviewed by Brian Steinberg

The Lost Highway label, which in its short life has goosed the bluegrass genre through its distribution of the soundtrack to "O Brother, Where Art Thou," brought Ryan Adams to a larger audience, introduced Tift Merritt and revived The Jayhawks, celebrates itself on this 15-track compilation of studio cuts, rarities and B-Sides from its own vaults as well as those of some of its sister labels.

While it's not clear if anyone who loves alt.-country needs another copy of Lucinda Williams singing "Righteously," it's nice to have her "Buick Blues" bonus track, as well as two hard-to-find cuts from The Jayhawks, a live track from Kathleen Edwards and a special compilation-only track from new wunderkind Connor Oberst's band Bright Eyes. All this plus a cover of "Wichita Lineman" by Johnny Cash shows there's room for an awful lot of music under the alt.-country moniker




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