REVIEWS

“Right from the beginning, you would think this was a new album from Elvis Costello as Gerren Fish’s voice reflects the same tone as Costello’s. The Atlanta native is finally releasing his solo debut album entitled “Can’t Always Recover”. The album carries a very laid back feeling as displayed in the title song “Can’t Always Recover” and “Georgia Don’t Know”, but it works. The album won’t blow you away, but again that’s not the point. Songs like “Hazard Lights” and “Sarasota” just give you enough to want to keep attentive to Gerren’s lyrics.” – Jim Pasinski (In Connecticut)  JPs Music Blog  http://www.jpsmusicblog.blogspot.com

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“With too many songs, the lyrics seem more like filler or an afterthought than something artful and meaningful. Not so with Gerren Fish’s tunes. Gerren’s songs offer us something to ponder. And his music has a deeply human quality – I am intrigued by how Gerren’s music is immersed in particularity, particular people and particular places. ” – Winn Collier (author) http://www.winncollier.com

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Cornelia, GA is home to Gerren Fish, and we don’t hold that against him, in all actuality, it’s added a much-loved Folk-Rock aspect to his tunes. ” -The Nick (Venue) Birmingham, AL  http://www.thenickrocks.com

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“Good energy in this rocker. Gerren gives it, the guitar riff grabs ya. Vocals pretty good too. Kinda reminds me of Great Big Sea or Tragically Hip with that grinding, tripping guitar work.” RoUgh CuTs station (on Fool’s Gold from the People Things E.P)