Different Horizon - Fisher's Tale Reviews
Description:Genre: Folk - Folk Rock / Artist: Fisher's Tale / Audio CD released at independent
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by - written on 04/02/09 (Very useful, 332 readings)
Released in 2005, 'Different Horizon' from Fisher's Tale is one of my favourite ever albums and contains some really beautiful music. As such I'm really happy to have the chance to review it, and hopefully to encourage some of you to check it out. THE BAND: Fisher's Tale were originally formed in 1996 from a music workshop for young Christians. Over the years they have evolved into a six piece band who now perform original, self-penned songs with the twin aims of producing stunning music and spreading God's message through song. They consist of: Abbie Cordial (Vocals) Adrian Burr (Lead guitar) Nat Stock (Rhythm guitar) Sim ... Read the complete review
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