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It is soaked in death and sorrow but is never maudlin or sentimental. Instead Polly delivers her observations from the ether, as a wraith describing the truth of human suffering at any and all points in time. Let England Shake has PJ Harvey written all over it: it's brave, bold, inventive, interesting and above all, original. Yet there is more. This album really moves me: it gets me in my guts, it grounds me and makes me feel insignificant. The songs weave a rich and brutal tapestry and are irrevocably bound to England itself: they evoke beaches, roads, downs, castles, chalk cliffs: it's impossible to separate them.
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Play track. Artist images. Go Sailor 38, listeners Related Tags indie pop twee indie Go Sailor was a short-lived Berkeley based twee pop band. They recorded three 7" singles and a full-length CD on Lookout! Records in , the latter of which collected the singles tracks and two compilation appearances. View wiki. Go Sailor was a short-lived Berkeley based twee pop band.
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The opening minute of "Roundabout," the album opener -- and the basis for the edited single that would reach number 13 on the Billboard charts and get the group onto AM radio in a way that most other prog rock outfits could only look upon with envy -- was dominated by Howe 's acoustic guitar and Bill Bruford 's drums, and only in the middle section did the band show some of what they could do with serious amperage.
Elsewhere on the record, as on "South Side of the Sky," they would sound as though they were ready to leave the ground and the planet , between the volume and intensity of their playing.
The solo tracks by the members were actually a necessity: they needed to get Fragile out in a hurry to cover the cost of the keyboards that Wakeman had added to the group's sonic arsenal. But they ended up being more than filler. Each member, in effect, took a "bow" in mostly fairly serious settings, and Squire 's "The Fish" and Howe 's "Mood for a Day" pointed directly to future, more substantial projects as well as taking on a life of their own on-stage.