If you have ever 'enjoyed' listening to 'The Blue Nile', then you'll almost certainly love this small masterpiece. The album is probably best appreciated at four in the morning staringly forlornly out of a preferably rain streaked window (ideally in Glasgow), and at least slightly intoxicated . If you've ever had a broken heart, so much the better. There are fuller and more eloquent reviews here, but it would simply be rude to leave five stars and then leave silently...
3 people found this helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?