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Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers

by Zoe Muth

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Genre: Country: Americana
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1. You Only Believe Me when I'm Lying
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2. Hey Little Darlin'
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3. I USed to Call My Heart a Home
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4. The Last Bus
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5. Such True Love
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6. Middle of Nowhere
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7. Not You
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8. The Running Kind
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9. Hard Luck Love
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10. My Old Friend
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11. Wasting My Time
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12. Never Be Fooled Again
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Album Notes
Zoe Muth's twang is so authentic, it's almost hard to believe she was born and raised in Seattle. In passing, it may be easy to attribute the country factor to her exceptional mandolin player (Ethan Lawton), or the smooth, ever present pedal steel (Dave Harmonson). But truth be known, it's her Dolly Partonesque lyricism and high, sweet vocals that drive this record, clearing a place for Muth and her Lost High Rollers among some of the best up and coming interpreters of classic-style country music around. She nails the turning of a clever country phrase with zero irony and infinite sincerity. Traces of her influences, from John Prine to the Louvin Brothers and Lucinda Wiliams are evident, but these songs are hardly derivative. Muth has a knack for writing songs so true and familiar you feel like they've been around forever. If she keeps writing them like this they will. -Kim Ruehl SOUND Magazine


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Country? I dont think so. More of a crossover combination of country, bluegrass, folk, Americana. The voice of Iris DeMent and the songwriting of Kate Wolfe. Great steel playing for counry fans, great mandolin for bluegrass fans. This album has everything for a large audience. She should be better known than some of the current country youngsters. Waiting for her next album.


Not really a country fan but....
This album is amazing. Yes, she has some fantastic musicians playing with her and yes, she is from Seattle (I'm a transplant), but what really grabbed me about this album is Muth's songwriting.

She's only 23 and she's digging deep, putting her soul out there and it's just amazing. I don't know a lot about song writing, but I know a good song has certain elements. One is a hook. Muth has several of them. The part that sticks in your head as your driving (or riding your bike in my case), she writes great hooks. The thing Muth does so very well is her phrasing. It isn't always tidy, but that's what makes her songs so interesting.

Lots of great songs on this album but the final cut is my favorite (so far). Muth paints a sad, but interesting picture. And the phrasing, it's the best.

She's a youngster, so let's hope there is a lot more Zoe Muth to come.