Lonnie Holley - MITH
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2018 Ratings: #143 / 716
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Based on 16 ratings
September 21, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Jagjaguwar / Label
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A.V. Club

The musical spaciness only enhances his already-considerable dignity and the gravitas of his songwriting, making Mith a powerful, prophetic collection.

Loud and Quiet

A staggering work of unbridled ambition, intelligent improvisation and, above all, profound soul.


MITH is the most powerful album yet from a truly inspirational artist who deserves to be acknowledged as a national treasure.


On MITH, Holley does with music what he’s done with visual art for decades: He collects our ugliest obscured objects and transforms them into singular reflections on our troubled world.

The Observer

Although neophytes might struggle with Holley’s shruggy attitude to tunefulness ... a coterie of associates help to flesh out Holley’s non-linear storytelling into something more conventionally accomplished.

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Track List

  1. I’m a Suspect
  2. Back for Me
  3. How Far Is Spaced-Out?
  4. I Snuck Off the Slave Ship
  5. I Woke Up in a Fucked-Up America
  6. Copying the Rock
  7. Coming Back (From the Distance Between the Spaces of Time)
  8. There Was Always Water
  9. Down in the Ghostness of Darkness
  10. Sometimes I Wanna Dance
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Added on: July 14, 2018