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Fisherman’s Blues is a 1988 album by The Waterboys. The album marked a change in the sound of The Waterboys’, abandoning their earlier grandiose rock sound for a mixture of traditional Irish music, traditional Scottish music, country music, and rock and roll. Critics were divided on its release with some disappointed at the change of direction and others ranking it among The Waterboys’ best work.[3] The album was the Waterboys’ best selling album, reaching a number 13 placing on the U.K. charts on release, and 76 on the Billboard 200.

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Fisherman’s Blues (1988)

“Fisherman’s Blues” (Mike Scott, Steve Wickham) – 4:26
“We Will Not Be Lovers” (Scott) – 7:03
“Strange Boat” (Scott, Anthony Thistlethwaite) – 3:06
“World Party” (Scott, Trevor Hutchinson, Karl Wallinger) – 4:01
“Sweet Thing” (Van Morrison) – 7:14
“Jimmy Hickey’s Waltz” (Scott, Wickham, Thistlethwaite) – 2:06
“And a Bang on the Ear” (Scott, Wickham, Thistlethwaite) – 9:14
“Has Anybody Here Seen Hank” (Scott) – 3:19
“When Will We Be Married” (Traditional, adapted: Scott, Thistlethwaite) – 3:01
“When Ye Go Away” (Scott) – 3:45
“Dunford’s Fancy” (Wickham) – 1:04
“The Stolen Child” (Words: W.B. Yeats, Music: Scott) – 6:55
“This Land Is Your Land” (Woody Guthrie) – 0:56

 

I had another walk to the old abandoned fertilizer factory in Drapetsona. here are some photos that I took using my D7200 and Tamron 18-200mm VC.

It looked like a dominating Temple of Decay.

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D7200, 18-55 VR, ISO-100, f8,1/250