Album number ten is a good, solid effort from Mark Chesnutt. From songs one to ten, Lost in the Feeling is symbolic of the old days, pure tradition and lots of honky tonk. Chesnutt, sounding very Haggard-esque says he picks songs simply because he likes them and they'll work well in his live show. From the toe-tapping "Angelina" to the provocative "Love in the Hot Afternoon," it's clear what works well for him. He takes a stab at the old Conway Twitty hit, the album's title track, "Lost in the Feeling"and sings it with the finesse of an artist who has been doing this for a long time. Worth mentioning also are two of the album's ballads, "Try Being Me" and "Somewhere out There Tonight." Lost in the Feeling works as a must-have for Chesnutt fans.
AllMusic Review by Maria Konicki Dinoia