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Worth The Wait

Come On Kid: 8/10 Great opening track, glad he decided to put that impassioned yell at the end back in.

Maybe: 7/10 Good for a first single, was never my favorite but this version definitely works with the full band added in.

To Run: 9/10 This song has a special place in the hearts of most of Josiah's fans, being the first song most of us ever heard from him. It is a much better mix than the version on the Angels Undercover EP.

Arctic Outcry Wind: 8/10 Once again, better mix than on the Angels Undercover EP, with Josiah's musicianship shining through on this song.

Day and Night: 8/10 The only co-write on the album. With the hook and style, this could easily be the next single.

Body and Mind: 10/10 Great lyrics and spectacular delivery, with light instruments around the heartbreaking piano and Josiah's voice. You can feel every word in this one, this is one of my favorites.

Silly Fly: 8/10 Josiah's self-depreciating humor comes out wonderfully on this track, giving it a fun kick, while his performance still gives the feeling of sadness and remorse.

Joy and Happiness: 9/10 Completely stripped down to just Josiah and his piano makes this one of the best tracks on this album, pure Josiah Leming in this one.

Song Without a Reason: 10/10 The song for his mother, definitely the most emotional performance Josiah delivers on the album. Best song on the album hands down.

Great debut album, really gives you a sense of what he's all about. All the songs seem to fit together, while having their own identity as well. With songs like One Last Song, Appalachia, and The Rush not being on the album, it's only a matter of time before Josiah comes back with a second release that could possibly be even better than this. I can't wait to see where he goes from here.


Not enough supportive adjectives to describe this album. Thanks for this. I've waited years and am completely satisfied. I would have liked to see "one last song" included though. Please WB!! Produce it. Charge what you want. I'll buy it.


This album is lovely and long-awaited. It lacks some of the rough-around-the-edges charm that makes Josiah so appealing, but it redeems itself with thoughtfulness. Come On Kid is a beautiful promise for an unmistakable future in music.


Born: March 26, 1989 in Morristown, TN

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Josiah Leming charmed his way onto American television sets in early 2008, when the teenaged singer/songwriter appeared in several episodes of American Idol's seventh season. He received significant screen time during his brief period with the show, piquing viewers' curiosity with his unique background (he had reportedly left home in order to travel the country by car, essentially rendering himself homeless) and heartfelt vocals. Leming had spent the first half of his childhood in Morristown, Tennessee,...
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