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4 stars After Fellini Day's I had almost given up on Fish, but Field of Crows completely redeems him in my eyes. This album is as good as his debut album (Vigil..). The music is of high standard, thorougly worked out. Though there are not much distinctive solo's, there is room for the musicians to develop the tunes and take the music too higher levels. The drums are a bit in the background, but that's just how I like them. The music is coherent throughout the album. With great lyrics, with references to his personal life (I shot the craw) and 9/11 (numbers and Innocent party). There is a good balance between the rock songs and balads with an overall relaxed feel to it. Again this is not a progalbum by Fish. But if you like Sunsets on Empire and/or raingods with zippo's you will not be disappointed. This is the best album he produced in a long long time. For those not familiar with his music, it's a good album to start with, for it displays the best music he made throughout his solocareer. For fans of Fish, this is a must have album.
tuxon | 4/5 |


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