One Lost Day - Indigo Girls

One Lost Day

Indigo Girls

  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 2015-06-02
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2015 IG Recordings, L.L.C. Distributed under exclusive license by Vanguard Records, A

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Elizabeth Indigo Girls 3:37 USD 1.29
2
Happy In the Sorrow Key Indigo Girls 2:57 USD 1.29
3
Southern California Is Your Gi Indigo Girls 4:20 USD 1.29
4
Texas Was Clean Indigo Girls 4:11 USD 1.29
5
Alberta Indigo Girls 3:11 USD 1.29
6
Olympia Inn Indigo Girls 3:05 USD 1.29
7
If I Don't Leave Here Now Indigo Girls 4:14 USD 1.29
8
Spread the Pain Around Indigo Girls 4:06 USD 1.29
9
Learned It On Me Indigo Girls 4:12 USD 1.29
10
The Rise of the Black Messiah Indigo Girls 4:21 USD 1.29
11
Findlay, Ohio 1968 Indigo Girls 6:14 USD 1.29
12
Fishtails Indigo Girls 3:31 USD 1.29
13
Come a Long Way Indigo Girls 3:56 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Not like their old stuff..

    2
    By AF*
    I just didn't connect with this album like I did some of their old ones. I still play the album with Closer to Fine like I did every day (pretty much) in high school. I just didn't connect with the lyrics or the songs like I did their old stuff. That said, "Black Messiah" still reminds me of their old stuff and I liked it. I love their passion, smart lyrics, acoustic guitar and wish they would return to a sound similar to their old stuff. They set the bar so high from their old albums that it feels like this album falls short. I saw them in Boston in October or November and they had the same passion.
  • beautiful and powerful!

    5
    By scmeteor
    I have most of their albums (172 songs on my iPhone), and this album is fantastic! Their sophistication with songwriting and harmonies has grown through the years, and this collection has some beautiful songs and great work from both songwriters.
  • I love this new album! Best IG CD in years!

    5
    By Cloud9west
    After a couple of CD's that weren't as strong (not to mention the vocal mixes were muddy), the Indigo Girls are back with a fantastic collection of new songs that are varied, catchy, beautifully arranged and mixed. In other words, they have their mojo back in my book! The mix of "Emily" songs and "Amy" songs are wonderful. The lyrics are their usual thoughtful storytelling and the music is catchy as all get out. Their vocals together are as wonderful as they ever were. This is a CD I keep listening to over and over! It is a new classic in my collection and ranks up there with Swamp Ophelia and Rites of Passage! Congratulations, ladies! Well, well done! Buy this CD!
  • Not what I had hoped for

    1
    By acacia123
    I miss the older, original Indigo Girls amazing songs on their first albums. This album feels way over-produced or perhaps the writing is just poor. Either way, a huge disappointment.
  • didn’t really care for it

    2
    By Feck99
    To me, the Girls are way past their prime, in other words, their best songs are long behind them. Does anyone seriously thing their last 9 albums come anywhere close to their first four? I think if you combine their last 9 records, I have maybe 7 songs total from them in my library. Not a single song off this one cuts it for me. It’s far from bad, it’s just nothing I really care to hear a second time.
  • Another great album!!

    5
    By Pgq135
    Another great Indigo Album!!!
  • Awesome album

    5
    By aebanana4
    I absolutely love this album! Every song is one I could listen to over and over!
  • Amazing!

    5
    By Tinabrown10
    As a longtime Indigo Girl fan, I am so impressed with this album! It's full of brilliant lyrics, lush production and the beautiful harmonies that trademark these two amazing musicians! It's fast becoming one of my all time favorites! ❤️
  • Song Writing at its Finest

    5
    By H3ath3rD.
    These girls never disappoint. Their ability to tell a story and evoke an emotion is amazing.
  • Best IG Album in Years!

    5
    By jason tenney
    i've been following this awesome duo since 1992, seeing them live many times over the years and owning every album...i *liked* their last few albums, but they were far from their best work - THIS album, though, is simply awesome...the production is spot-on, and this is their most consistent batch of songs since the Become You album...this is beautiful, timeless, poignant music - Emily Saliers is just on fire here - all of her tunes are fantastic, and Amy Ray has penned some of her best songs ever for this collection...this is peak Indigo Girls.

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