Emoh (see what he did there?) was the first actual solo album by Lou Barlow even though he'd recorded solo as Sentridoh back in the day. It saw the Sebadoh, Dinosaur Jr and Folk Implosion man delving deep into the dark crevices of his life by way of homespun and folky acoustic pop. Originally released in 2005, this is a 2LP re-issue on Merge. 

Vinyl Double LP £26.49 MRG254LP

2LP reissue on Merge. Comes in a matte gatefold jacket with printed inner sleeves.

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Pre-order. Due in on 31st July 2020 but delays are possible.

Vinyl Double LP £12.49

Dbl LP on Domino recs.

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CD £4.99

CD on Domino recs, disc is VG+.

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Emoh by Lou Barlow
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8/10 Clinton 29 November 2006
First up Lou Barlow. You have to hand it to him  - the man has written some great songs over the years. But not recently. Here's his new solo album which isn't a patch on the old Sebadoh/Sentridoh stuff but is a million squillion times better than that last travesty of an album by The Folk Implosion. Its in a folky vein and it sounds like he's been listening to James Yorkston. It has some tasteful 'adult' instrumentation but its not really ever too smooth. Its kind of homespun and pleasant. On Domino.


  • Emoh by Lou Barlow


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