98.12.28 男達の別れ [98.12.28 Otokotachi No Wakare] (live album) by フィッシュマンズ [Fishmans]
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The best album by フィッシュマンズ [Fishmans] is Long Season which is ranked number 346 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 5,704.
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If you care about music even in the *slightest* you HAVE to hear this.
The Long Season, already, is a unique and brilliant piece, and then they went and did that live version, and I am just speechless. Its otherworldly. just 41 minutes of pure excellence.
Being the last song on the last album, recorded weeks before the death of the lead singer, when you add all that context to it, I cannot even fathom its existence. And it justifies all this hyperbole.
I recently discovered this band, and have listened to this album a handful of times, and its brilliant in its entirety, but I wanted to mention this version of The Long Season specifically, because OH MY FUCKING GOD!!!
Finding something like this and then reading the story is why I love this site so much.
wow. almost like a pop version of endtroducing. there isn't really a weak track on here and my god there are some wonderful moment such as,the awesome guitar solos throughout, the violins which send you into the stratosphere on the track 'on the flight'and those wave interlapping serving guitar notes on in the air. a great album and one that really grows. this album isn't simply a romantic 'oh the leader singer died 3 months later which makes it moving. the music really is great and worth persisting with.
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The last time I was this floored by an album on my first listen was when TPAB came out. MBDTF and TPAB were the only other albums to make me give a perfect score on first listen. I didn't think I would ever feel this feeling again, but Fishmans did it. This masterpiece is joining the crowd.
What a masterful performance. You can hear the sincerity in the band, especially on the stellar live rendition of Long Season in its entirety. True musicianship. I'm studying for my acute cardiovascular exam as I type this comment and I almost shed tears in the library from the beauty of this live album.
If I'm ever asked "If you can go to any concert ever, in the history of time, what concert would you go to?" My answer would be this one.
So beautifully produced and meaningful when you consider it's the last time Shinji Sato performed live.
All the tracks are amazing, but I always love hearing Shinji sing 'Thankyou, thankyou for my life'
Beautiful album that I will come back to many times over the years to come
Unbelievably dense album, simply beautiful.
This is the greatest live album ever recorded, and I used to think that Nirvana's MTV Unplugged in New York was unbeatable. Most of the songs on here are superior to their studio counterparts, especially Long Season. The album never feels boring, despite its length. What I like the most about this one is the fact that you don't have to understand Japanese in order to enjoy it. This is truly a remarkable achievement, full of overwhelming atmosphere and beauty. It's about time this talented band is getting more recognition, because they totally deserve all the praise.