16 Jul 2011, 10:20 by TrimusDA
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29 Mar 2011, 15:44 by Prog013Sun 27 Mar – Marillion Weekend 2011
The theme for tonight was 'the glow must go on'. The audience were given cheap glowing sticks which they would later use to vote for songs. H would announce two songs, and the song that got the most stick-fiddling would be played. Setlist:
Afraid Of Sunlight
The Other Half
One Fine Day (won from Don't Hurt Yourself)
Beyond You (won from Made Again
Goodbye to All That
Hard As Love (L=M begin, rock ending)
Brave (won from Faith)
Go! (won from Afraid Of Sunrise)
Easter (won from The Great Escape)
The Great Escape (lost, but still played)
Out Of This World (won from Estonia)
Between You And Me (won from Most Toys)
Memory Of Water (big beat mix)
Neverland (won from Hope For The Future)
This Strange Engine (won from Ocean Cloud)
Happiness Is The Road
12 Nov 2010, 22:46 by fwpcFri 12 Nov – Marillion Fanclub Concert
What a nice birthday party it was! For the 25th anniversary of the Web Holland. As H put it: the country that has one of the strongest bases of support for Marillion over the years. His words, not mine.
At the beginning, with the ever epic The Invisible Man, the band still had to get the hang of being on a stage again, or so it seemed. And the sound sucked. Yet both Marillion and the acoustics were warmed up after the first song, as was the audience. And a great night of Marillion classics was unfolded.
And the end of the birthday party couldn't be better, when the second encore concluded with a brilliant This Strange Engine.
Can't wait for the Weekend 2011!
The Invisible Man
Afraid Of Sunlight
The Great Escape
Cover My Eyes
Hooks In You
This Strange Engine
12 Mar 2010, 21:55 by skiesrblueLast.FM Milestones10000th track: (17 Nov 2007)
Pearl Jam - Big Wave11000th track: (19 Jan 2008)
Electric Light Orchestra - Don't Bring Me Down12000th track: (17 Feb 2008)
The Waterboys - Rare, Precious And Gone (Live Radio Session)13000th track: (15 Mar 2008)
Marillion - Beautiful14000th track: (07 Apr 2008)
Alabama 3 - Two Heads15000th track: (04 May 2008)
Morcheeba - Enjoy the Ride (One Way Acapella Mix)16000th track: (31 May 2008)
Electric Light Orchestra - Don't Bring Me Down17000th track: (21 Jun 2008)
Funkadelic - Adolescent Funk18000th track: (13 Jul 2008)
The Icicle Works - In the Dance the Shamen Led (b-side)19000th track: (25 Jul 2008)
Yes - State of Play20000th track: (03 Aug 2008)
Magenta - I'm Alive25000th track: (17 Oct 2008)
Loudon Wainwright III - Daughter30000th track: (07 Feb 2009)
Van Morrison - Close Enough for Jazz40000th track: (06 Jun 2009)
Joe Satriani - The Extremist45000th track: (15 Aug 2009)
The 5th Dimension - Stoned Soul Picnic50000th…
15 Jan 2010, 15:49 by wreath51. Wybierz kapelę/wokalistę o największej liczbie odsłuchań i odpowiadaj tylko tytułami ich/jego piosenek.
2. Jesteś kobietą czy mężczyzną?
Three Minute Boy
3. Opisz siebie:
Man Of A Thousand Faces
4. Co myślą o Tobie ludzie?
Whatever Is Wrong With You
5. Co Ty myślisz o sobie?
Cannibal Surf Babe
7. Obecny facet/dziewczyna/ktoś, w kim się podkochujesz:
The Other Half
8. Opisz, gdzie chciał(a)byś być:
9. Opisz, gdzie mieszkasz:
10. Opisz, jak żyjesz:
Afraid Of Sunrise
11. O co byś poprosił(a), gdybyś miał(a) tylko jedno życzenie?
See It Like A Baby
12. Podziel się złotą myślą:
This Is The 21st Century
13. Ogólna porada:
Happiness Is The Road
14. Ulubiony tekst, którym podrywasz:
The King of Sunset Town
15. A jeśli tamten nie zadziała:
It's Not Your Fault
16. Do jakiego liceum/gimnazjum chodziłeś/aś:
Asylum Satellite #1
17. Pepsi czy Cola:
18. Zwierzątka domowe?
14 Jul 2009, 11:01 by HazyBPart 2: Hogarth Ventures Forth
The remaining members of Marillion wasted no time trying to find themselves a new singer. Auditioning came a young bloke from a band called How We Live. He came with a red bucket full of demos, a very impressive singing voice and a truckload full of talent. Sure, his voice was as far away from Fish's as one could ever be. But what this man brought to the table was just the right click, that very special something that ensured the band that magic would ensue. His name was Steve Hogarth.
1989 - Seasons End
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If there were any doubts that things would work alright out for Marillion, the first song of this album is sure to cast them away. The King of Sunset Town kicks off in huge soaring guitar fashion. Then things calm down a bit and Hogarth gets his fist chance to shine. This is vintage Marillion. …
15 Feb 2009, 12:23 by erfeaAll about one day in February - Happiness Is The Road [10.02.09]
It was my very first Marillion's concert or rather Marillion's Day because beside night in Stodola I also spent the evening in Empik. It was my first meeting with any music band ... I'm always a little bit scared that people who I worship not knowing then, in reality can occur much less magnificent than I believe they are. With Marillion the story is different – I always have believed that they are ordinary men who create extraordinary music.
Meeting in Empik was very nice. I was told that there is a chance for small acoustic show but in fact it was only an opportunity to get autographs and say 'hello' to the band. Thanks to the gentlemen queuing before me who has really huge amount of records and booklets to sign, I've got an opportunity to have the brief chat with Ian, Pete ans h. As you surely know they are incredible nice and warm persons! Unfortunately I wasn't so lucky to talk with Mark and Steve R – maybe next time... ;]
15 Nov 2008, 18:02 by Hollow_Man14th November 2008
Firstly we had a bit of a hiccup at the door as my employer decided to overlook forwarding my name by email to Manchester Academy and as a result our names weren't on the guest list as they should've been. Thankfully, after a quick phone call all was well and we were allowed in. Which means on Monday morning it'll be a quiet word with the colleague in question rather than the full castration. The majority of the money saved from the ticket was spent on an extra t-shirt and two pints of beer :)
The gig itself: Sine Star Project were the support and although I enjoyed their set I couldn't tell you what they played and I decided against buying their CD. (I don't know if they were actually selling it at the merch desk as I didn't ask). I did buy it today as a download from Play Digital though.
The band were given quite a rapturous reception for which H thanked us for later. I've paid some attention to the setlists of the weeks previous gigs. …
12 Jan 2008, 23:58 by queeniefoxSimon is a star and drove us to Middlesborough. The approach on the A-road is incredible, like something out of Blade Runner. Huge chimneys and strange structures covered in lights, and a huge yellow moon really low in the sky. I love industrial landscapes at night. Middlesborough itself wasn't very exciting but it was very cold indeed so we retired to a pub called, delightfully, The Hairy Lemon (I really hope it's not some kind of innuendo) where I sat and had a rather unpleasant time because I felt as if I was going to be sick or faint. We left about five minutes before doors and there was a HUGE queue, much to our dismay. However, as Ellie said when we got in - never underestimate people's desire to go to the bar. We who didn't want to go to the bar ended up in the second row, with a rather good view of Pete, a patchy view of H, and bugger all view of anyone else. (It didn't occur to me until just now that I could see Mark Kelly's Ear of appearing on telly with Travis fame, hee!)