11 Songs, 48 Minutes


Apple Digital Master


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

PatrickRobinson ,

Wisdom, brilliance, and focused talent

If you understand this about Neil Finn you will grasp why this is important. He's deeply human, and sees his own flaws, learns by mistakes and turns them into universal art. That wisdom and good humor and appreciation for the way music reflects life has been passed on to both his sons. Their interpretation of that gift makes their own expression unique as they should be. The combination is ever more reflective of Neil's wish to be inclusive, supportive, kind and yet.. running through the Finn DNA is that elegaic, wistful undercurrent that makes you doubt even the most joyful day. It keeps the up songs from being cloying, and makes the sad songs all the more tragic and affecting. Like every single recording made by ANY of the Finns.. they seem to have mastered the art of depths revealing themselves upon repeated listening. That's hard to explain but it's undeniably true. The first listen of this initial track was. "Oh. it's pretty good but nothing remarkable" and by the third listen it had joined the pantheon of some of his best work. It's strange and wonderful, leaves me feeling grateful. LIke the best art, it subtly changes your world view as it tranmits its virtues into your heart. Thanks Neil and Liam. Very well done.

SangWriter ,

Back to Life is Aus-Ge-sounding !!

Gawd! I love this song!! As good as Don’t Dream It’s Over - only better. This father and son are so great together. I have a VERY GOOD feeling about the rest of this album. I can’t wait to hear all of it!!!

Roadie1963 ,

"Back To Life" Sounds Brilliant

Looking forward to hearing the full album.