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Field of Crows

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Field of Crows

Field of Crows
Released 10 December 2003 (mail-order)
25 May 2004 (retail)
Recorded 2003
Genre Progressive rock
Length 66:58
Label Chocolate Frog Records
Snapper Music
Producer Elliot Ness
Fish chronology

Fellini Days
Field of Crows
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Field of Crows is Fish's eighth solo studio album since he left Marillion in 1988 and the first since Fellini Days (2001). Released on Fish's own label Chocolate Frog Records Company, retail distribution is now handled by Snapper Music.

Track listing

Note: "Dick" is Fish's actual surname.

  1. "The Field" (Dick, Watson) – 8:42
  2. "Moving Targets" (Dick, Watson, Duguid) – 5:46
  3. "The Rookie" (Dick, Watson) – 5:35
  4. "Zoo Class" (Dick, Watson, Duguid) – 5:23
  5. "The Lost Plot" (Dick, Turrell) – 5:10
  6. "Old Crow" (Dick, Watson, Duguid) – 5:20
  7. "Numbers" (Dick, Watson, Usher) – 5:36
  8. "Exit Wound" (Dick, Watson) – 5:55
  9. "Innocent Party" (Dick, Watson, Duguid) – 7:37
  10. "Shot The Craw" (Dick, Watson, Duguid) – 6:00
  11. "Scattering Crows (Still Time)" (Dick, Watson, Turrell, Duguid) – 5:05


  • Fish (Derek W. Dick) – lead vocals
  • Bruce Watson – guitars and e-bow
  • Frank Usher – guitars, slide guitar
  • Steve Vantsis – bass
  • Mark Brzezicki – drums and percussion
  • Tony Turrell – keyboards
  • Dave Haswell – percussion
  • Danny Gillan – backing vocals on 1,2,3,4,6,11
  • Richard Sidwell – trumpet and flugel horn on 1,4,6,8,10
  • Steve Hamilton – saxophone on 1,4,6,8,10
  • Yatta, Lars K. Lande – "crowd" vocal on 1
  • Irvin Duguid - clavinet on 6


  • Calum Malcolm – mastering
  • Elliot Ness – producer, engineer, mixing
  • Geoff Allan – assistant engineer
  • Dave Axtell – artwork, design
  • Mark Wilkinson – portraits
  • Lars K. Lande – inside back photo


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