Universal acclaim - based on 5 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
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  1. 90
    By turns both heartbreaking and heroic, it boasts the signature sound of an artist whose music has always been soothing, seductive and immediately engaging. In this case, quality is matched by quantity, given the fact that the album boasts some 18 tracks (plus an added demo), each as winsome and wistful as the next.
  2. Mojo
    Jan 28, 2021
    It's a compulsive listen. [Feb 2021, p.85]
  3. Jan 28, 2021
    He opts for a solidly optimistic take on his circumstances. And right there is the obvious charm of Strawberry Mansion. Over 45 minutes, he doesn’t skirt any of the hard topics. ... Beautifully frank collection of songs.
  4. Uncut
    Jan 28, 2021
    These songs feel as if they were written on the fly (which most of them were), their sense of immediacy reflected in the use of skittery acoustic guitar, banjo, and rattling piano. Slim's voice is geared to match. [Feb 2021, p.26]
  5. Jan 28, 2021
    Strawberry Mansion, named for a neighborhood in Philadelphia where both of Slim’s grandfathers grew up, is a little shaggy around the edges, and probably could’ve done with a four-song trim. But it offers a clear look at one songwriter’s experiences during a monumental cultural moment and frames them within his own personal struggles.
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  1. Feb 6, 2021
    Heartbreaking, yet uplifting, Langhorne Slim’s Strawberry Mansion exudes hope in these dark times.