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“There are moments when you listen to this strange album and think you are listening to Paul McCartney (the early rocker) some time between Abbey Road and Wings' Band on the Run. Listen to the superb Over and Over and it will send shivers of nostalgic affection for McCartney - a feeling many haven't experienced for about 30 years. It's reminiscent, but not imitative, of those strange, left-field and long-forgotten bands, such as It's A Beautiful Day and other obscure West Coast bands swept away by the juggernaut that was Crosby, Stills & Nash and the Eagles. But all these attempts at easy analogies and comparisons are unfair. They hint at the style of the album without acknowledging that, in its own way, this is as radical and innovative as Roxy Music's debut album. It really seems to come out of nowhere. Try to find comparisons and you'll realise that D. Henry Fenton is one of the most original talents to emerge from this country in the past decade. ”