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|2||The Nursery Walls||4:54|
|3||A Dream That We All Share||4:10|
|4||A Day In The Night||4:49|
|5||I Won't Die For You||4:40|
|7||The Family Coach||4:55|
|9||All Over Again||3:09|
|10||Back In The Car Park||5:05|
|13||The Spirit Moves||3:08|
Top Customer Reviews
This morning I listened to this album all the way through in the train. How often do you do this with an ipod. I thought I'd log on and say, two years later, this is still a wonderful album. Having stood the test of time I think it's one of the very best ( out of around 700 ) I own.
Firstly the sound itself is superb. He's using all sorts of different instruments - acoustic, steel, dulcimers, lord knows what and it just sounds so fantastic, exquisite, organic. There's such a sense of musicality here that it is difficult to describe.
There are three instrumentals, and they're excellent - Ratoon and Broken Cloud equally so.
Lyrically the form is top drawer, and we selected 'Salvation Song' as one of two songs played in our wedding service. You can search for the lyrics online - they really matched what we wanted to say.
Personally, I really like 'Family Coach'. The family coach is all about your family, and how your coach stays the same, whatever you do in life, for better, for worse. He extends the metaphor beautifully, and mixes it up with the Apollo 8 trip to the moon.
Other highlights are the title track and 'I won't die for you'. Fab lyrics, fab music. You can read the lyrics on duffypedia.
This outstanding album is one of the few I have ever heard which has not one duff track. Ironic when it's by a Duffy! Buy it for twice the price and you won't be disappointed. An unqualified five star review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Stephen Duffy writes memorable pop songs and it's because they are that good he gets overlooked. Don't pass this album by it's well worth the listen.Published on 18 Mar. 2013 by Johnboy
Apart from the almost abysmal "Family Coach" this is a lovely and very strongly melodic album. Read morePublished on 7 Feb. 2002 by Long Nick