Fresh Wine for the Horses

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Fresh Wine for the Horses
Studio album by Rob Dickinson
Released 13 September 2005
Recorded Oulton Broad, Suffolk, England; New York, Los Angeles, USA
Genre Alternative rock
Length 49:36
52:41 (reissued edition)
Label Sanctuary
Producer David Rolfe, Paul Umbach, Greg Collins, Rob Dickinson
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
PopMatters (6/10)[2]
Stylus Magazine C+[3]

Fresh Wine for the Horses is the debut studio album by English singer-songwriter, former Catherine Wheel frontman Rob Dickinson. Released in 2005, it features tracks that Dickinson wrote while a member of Catherine Wheel but never made it onto official releases, as well as new material written since the band's breakup in 2000. The album received mixed reviews from the media, but was met with enthusiastic approval by longtime fans of the band. The release was supported by a tour of small venues across the United States and Canada, where Dickinson performed intimate acoustic sets comprising both Catherine Wheel and solo material. In 2008, the album was reissued as two disc edition with EP titled Nude, consists of acoustic version of Catherine Wheel tracks.

Original Version[edit]

  1. My Name Is Love – 4:08
  2. Oceans – 4:19
  3. The Night – 4:17
  4. Mutineer – 1:02
  5. Intelligent People – 5:20
  6. Handsome – 5:16
  7. Bathe Away – 4:07
  8. The Storm – 3:38
  9. Bad Beauty – 5:30
  10. Don't Change – 5:42
  11. Towering and Flowering – 6:17

2008 Reissue[edit]

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kellman, Andy. Fresh Wine for the Horses at AllMusic. Retrieved 18 February 2013.
  2. ^ Bergstrom, John (19 August 2008). "Rob Dickinson: Fresh Wine for the Horses + Nude". Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  3. ^ Parrish, Peter (24 October 2005). "Rob Dickinson – Fresh Wine For The Horses – Review –". Retrieved 18 February 2013.