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Birds Swim Fish Fly - Tim Finn - Tim Finn (CD, Album)


1989
Label: Capitol Records - CDP 7 48735 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock
Birds Swim Fish Fly - Tim Finn - Tim Finn (CD, Album)

Birds Swim Fish Fly. Tim Finn Tim Finn USA CD album (CDLP) CDP CAPITOL | eBay We have offices near London in the UK, Las Vegas in the USA, Hiroshima in Rating: % positive.

Tim Finn Review. by Chris Woodstra. Perhaps in response to the failed big production of Big Canoe and the success of brother Neil 's back-to-basics outfit, Crowded House, Finn simplified his approach for his self-titled album, joining forces with Crowded House producer Mitchell Froom. A touching and intensely personal album, Finn bares all.

Format: CD, Year: , Label: Capitol Records (CDP 7 2), Length:

TIM FINN Tim Finn (Very rare EMI Capitol Australian 8-track promotional only cassette album sampler includes the tracks 'How'm I Gonna Sleep?', 'Birds Swim Fish Fly', 'Not Even Close' and 'Crescendo' - all four are repeated on both sides.

 · 06 Birds Swim, Fish Fly. 07 I Hope I Never. 08 Suicide On Downing Street. 09 Show a Little Mercy. The Borderline. London, UK. J. soundboard recording (quality: Ex-, ripped from. promo-only CD via 'Walk You Home' boot) 01 Hit the Ground Running.


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3 thoughts on “Birds Swim Fish Fly - Tim Finn - Tim Finn (CD, Album)”

  1. Tim Finn - Birds Swim Fish Fly Lyrics. Artist: Tim Finn. Album: Tim Finn. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. I turn one way and the wind blows me over, I turn another way and it's holding me up, Luck has nothing to do with it.

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  3. I'll still dismiss any quibbles about this CD for the likes of "Not Even Close," "Crescendo" and the joy of "Birds Swim, Fish Fly." These are the three main songs that seem to point Tim in a direction other than his past glories with Split Enz, but it still isn't enough for me to describe this solo album as anything greater than strongly /5(14).

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