4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
beautiful poignant lo-fi,
By A Customer
This review is from: Crow Sit on Blood Tree (Audio CD)
As a fan of both blur and graham coxon's solo work, i did think that his first two solo outings showed glimpses of brilliance but were more incomplete sketches rather than completely satisfying works. with this album he's totally redeemed himself. rarely does an artist express with such honesty and clarity his emotions and musical passions. i absolutely adore this album and it hasn't been off the stereo since i bought it. it's not glossy and it's not corporate. what it is, is genuinely beautiful and moving, rough and ready. if you have even the merest drop of lo fi blood in your veins this is an absolute must have. it's that rarity - marvellous.