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PUBLISHED: 12:44 06 April 2006 | UPDATED: 14:38 12 May 2010

Robert Fisher

Robert Fisher

THIS, the sixth studio outing from the loose-knit country-folk collective led by Robert Fisher, contains some of their most impressive music yet. Following on from 2003's Regard The End, this album rocks harder in places, particularly the title track. But

THIS, the sixth studio outing from the loose-knit country-folk collective led by Robert Fisher, contains some of their most impressive music yet. Following on from 2003's Regard The End, this album rocks harder in places, particularly the title track. But the band's trademark achingly beautiful melodies are still there, with From A Distant Shore, and Mary Of the Angels. And they throw in a cover of Bob Dylan's Ballad Of A Thin Man for good measure. The album was recorded and produced in a variety of places, including Slovenia, New York, Boston, and Holland, and is likely to appeal to those who like music with a little more depth, and which provides food for thought.


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