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My Wild West is Lissie s 3rd studio album and her most personal one to date; a fitting tribute to Lissie s life in California, from her arrival as a fresh-faced singer-songwriter to now, leaving for the Midwest wiser and more self-assured.

Bookended by the songs Hollywood and Ojai , it brings out the two extremes of the past decade the dashed hopes and heartbreak of the former and the stability, joy and peace of the latter.

My Wild West represents both a new beginning and a return to Lissie s Midwestern roots.
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Product Details

  • Vinyl (February 12, 2016)
  • Original Release Date: February 12, 2016
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Lionboy Records
  • ASIN: B0192EQA30
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,391 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I love finding really good new music. Unfortunately, most of the time, a "new" artist (new to me anyway) tends to be past their prime by the time I find them. Not so with Lissie.

I know she has several professional accomplishments and accolades, but I still wonder if she realizes how good she is. Her voice is of course killer (the comparisons to Stevie Nicks are apt), but it's been a particular pleasure hearing her mature as a songwriter. This album has both continuity and diversity and it's great to listen to as a unit, in the proper order, not as just a bunch of digital downloads.

I admire singer-songwriters like Lissie, who not just write earworm-hooks, but also belt them out and take your breath away. I also wonder what is going on with an artist when they make an album full of them (not just a track or two padded with inferior offerings, like most albums). It's so rare, even for the best classic rockers. Where does this inspiration come from? How long have these songs been incubating?

As her third album, the tracks made it down with polish and sophistication too. The production experience is paying dividends. Her maturity as a lyricist also shows. Lyrically this album seems to be on a different level than her previous albums. It reveals the kind of self-reflection that time bestows.

I also want to mention the vocal harmonies, and "nonsense lyrics" (la, ahh, etc.). I love when artists do this stuff, when they deliberately use their music to express their love of music, and the joy that music brings to people's lives. There's a lot of joy on this album. You get the feeling like Lissie is just one of those kinds of people, who you can tell when she's in a good mood because she sings to herself, like there's all this music inside a person, busting to get out.

I'm seeing her in Boston in April. If her YouTube videos are any indication, I'll be in for a treat.
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Lissie's genre-???? Genre-less, bi-genre, genre-frienfly?? Idk how to say it. She is in a class of her own yet she can blend well with anything. So to put a label on her is impossible! Trying to enjoy this record yet at the same time I am just to excited to her what more she has to come! I heard She has 5 more songs she'd like to release this year (2016) ... Once your ears have heard Lissie you'll be forever in love! So get this album pronto!!! Especially if you live in here this United States :) Would like to see her tour more stateside they love her over the pond. The overture is pretty cool to start off with! I am sure it will change but right now my favs at the moment are Wild West, Sun Keeps On Rising & Don't you give up on me. Hope this has helped you in deciding in purchasing this album!
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By Skawt01 on February 18, 2016
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This is another example of Lizzie's fine talent, and serves as her best yet. Normal albums have a couple filler tracks but nothing on this release falls in that category. As someone else said, she is simply even better than before. It's refreshing to follow an artist with this sort of trajectory. She wears her heart on her sleeve and is obviously very talented. If you enjoy pretty female voices, quality songwriting and performing this a must in your collection. For what it's worth, the recording quality is quite good as well. Exceptionally well done.
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Having been introduced to Lissie recently via disc #2 (Back to Forever), I moved on to #1 (Catching A Tiger), and then lastly picked up this new work.

Lissie is the nearly perfect combination of thoughtful, deeply emotional and provocative lyrics and topics with pop hooks and a nice countryish rock flavor. At least on her first two discs, the emotions cover a wide range, giving the listener a chance to move from anger to desperation to playfulness in just a few tracks. In a way that nonetheless flows and is not jarring.

My Wild West, though, is a profoundly sad record. Beautifully wrought, indeed - 'Sun Keeps Risin' brings me very close to tears - but so very painfully sad and introspective. Yes, there's some anger and determination ('Don't you give up on me', 'Daughters') and craziness ('Shroud'), but mournfulness is the dominant flavor.

Years ago, Neil Young put out a record called 'On the Beach' with the same sort of arc. I loved that record - and still do - but it doesn't get many listenings.

Thanks, Lissie, for the beauty you share with us- and I wish you much joy in the years ahead.
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By neo104 on February 26, 2016
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On my way home from work last night I caught part of an interview of Lissie on FM 88.5 (South Jersey). One of the songs they introduced was, Don't You Give Up on Me and I was so impressed with her voice I just melted. She explained how the song was about God really and I began to recall how over the course of my life people had given up on me and that honestly there were relationships I had given up on too. Her music reminded my heart of some old wounds that were still healing and how l still long for someone who won't give up on me. Also, it reminded me of the lowest season of my life, which occurred several years ago, when I turned back to Jesus Christ and how I discovered that God never did give up on me and I love Him for that.... Beautiful music.
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I originally purchased "Catching a Tiger" based on Amazon recommendations and loved it but somehow I missed her last album completely (a situation I just remedied). I thought I would check this out and I am so glad. This album is so strong atmospherically and I do believe her actual singing voice has improved. There is a strong sense of place and being on a journey with her. Another one of those artists over looked by radio and I really think there is no point in even talking about that anymore. It seems to me people are just finding music anyway whether it be like this or on Youtube. People are no longer satisfied with a few songs force fed to them. Don't get me wrong, I like popular music, too but this is special. For me this album will be like a book that presses flowers between it's pages. When you play a song it is forever joined to the place and time. I hope she feels proud of this one. I love almost all the songs but Sun Keeps Risin is one of the most beautiful songs on loss I have ever heard. There is a Mourning Dove call in the beginning of the song and she later weaves it into the chorus and it is so heartbreaking I could only listen to it a couple times for fear of becoming terribly depressed. PLEASE buy this album.
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