- Recording information: Hothouse Studio; The Music Cellar.
- Restless Aussie Paul Kelly continues to search for new and challenging musical vistas on this bluegrass and C&W-flavored album. Backed by the Stormwater Boys (who are actually some of Australia's finest musicians in the genre), Kelly uses rural American roots music as a palette to paint his story-songs. As always, Kelly's tunes are well-crafted, full of clever lyrics and image-rich detail, and deeply absorbing. FOGGY HIGHWAY doesn't necessarily find Kelly relinquishing the role of pop/rock troubadour that his fans know and love, so much as expanding and re-defining its boundaries.
Dirty Linen (p.65) - "[T]he songs and performances are quite good....The album is best on cuts like 'They Thought I Was Asleep,' a Dylan-esque ballad..."