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Nadine Shah on her brilliant new album and much more. About the only credit I can give this album is that at least, in the main, he went for some of the more obscure titles from some of his favourite inspirations. Regrettably, he and his band murder each and every one of them, so much so that I haven't got the energy to review the tracks individually. Utterly devoid of imagination, feelings, managing to make even Fearless an exceptional Floyd track sound like the sort of track the BBC used to put out on Sunday Night Light Programme for your great grandmother's delight, surely a feat in itself, there is not a kind word to say.
In fact, this review should be left at that. Avoid at all costs, even if you feel that you have to have all of his albums. It is not a true Fish LP. It must have been the work of an imposter. When making covers an artist has two choices: stay as much as possible close to the original or change everything and make it a new song. Unfortunately Fish remained in the middle: not too different and not too close.
In a word: "useless", at least for the songs that I already knew. There are some that I never heard before and of which I still don't know the original versions. The only highlight is Fearless. I like as it has been arranged and even if this version doesn't add anything to the original is the only very enjoyable song of the album. This is nothing more than a fan's item.
A curiosity, let me say. It doesn't matter whatever reasons had been thrown in the ring to put out this album, they never justified it at all, it's nothing but a compromise that the artist needed to make for the record company he was so hugely in debt with since Polydor had bought him out of the EMI-contract. And it was You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not.
Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.Release Details. Artist: Fish Album: Songs From the Mirror Year: Label: Polydor. Length: 44 min 27 sec. Subgenres. Adult Contemporary. Pop/Rock. Progressive Rock.