5 A Perfect HorizonRocktitan | 04/03/2014 | See all Rocktitan's reviews (2)After the excellent Elegant Stealth could Blue Horizon come near to matching it? Well this new album surpasses it, which really is some achievement. It takes the DNA from Elegant Stealth and very importantly the true spirit and heritage from Wishbone's finest classic work and creates its' own wonderful atmosphere.By no means a concept album but the songs feel like they belong to each other. From the tingle down your spine intro to the opening track Take It Back, right through to the final majestic track, All There Is To Say, the musical journey is a very satisfying one indeed. As ever the guitar shapes conjured up by Andy and Muddy live and breath as one and they are very much underpinned by Bob Skeat's excellent melodic bass work and Joe Crabtree's distinctive and notable playing the song drumming.Finally the production on Blue Horizon is breathtaking and special mention must go to the all the production team including young British Producer Tom Greenwood's input and skill in helping to achieve that. Blue Horizon is truly fabulous and deserves the biggest audience possible. Spread the word.