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A very solid performance from 1991

This show is from Fish's early solo years, on the Internal Exile tour, and thus is still heavily packed with Marillion numbers, and also features his stellar first solo band. The result, when combined with Fish's good natured banter (often in German) between the numbers, makes for a highly enjoyable live record. Is the music performed flawlessly? Are Fish's vocal in totally perfect form? No, but this warts and all approach is one thing I love about live albums such as this; editing out slight errors sterilizes the true atmosphere of a live show.

Highly recommended for any Fish fans. As a bonus, "Forgotten Sons", taken from a Paris gig two nights later, is also quite rocking, and a fine way to round out the two discs.


Genre: Rock

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Born April 25, 1958, in Edinburgh, Scotland, Derek William Dick (aka Fish) was the dramatic lead vocalist for prog rock band Marillion until beginning a solo career in 1988. Marillion was initially formed as an instrumental band in 1979 by guitarist Steve Rothery (b. November 25, 1959; Brampton, England), drummer Mick Pointer, bassist Doug Irvine, and keyboard player Brian Jelliman. Irvine began singing in 1980 on the group's first demos, but a year later Marillion invited Fish to join as vocalist,...
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