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FIELD OF CROWS

Fish

 

Neo-Prog

3.58 | 126 ratings

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jonathan
4 stars Fish's finest solo album. This almost feels like it should have followed Vigil, but I think betters it. The production is so much better than the egg-shell sound on Fellini Days, with much more depth.The addition of brass sections help give it that air of big production without being too 'in your face'. It does draw from the whole of his career (hints of Marillion days on Moving Targets and Innocent Party), through Raingods (Lost Plot). If it's serious prog you're after you may be disappointed but everyone else should, given a few listens, find much to enjoy on this album. So buy it, give it the chance it deserves and hopefully the recognition too..

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