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3 stars I like the big man very much. Especially on stage. Nothing comparable with the dull Hogarth experience. At least this is how I feel.

This live set, recorded in Utrecht (The Netherlands) is a very good example of the maestria of the man. So at ease in front of the assistance, he is really communicating with his fans. And they are grateful for this.

Of course, some karaoke exercises are available, but this has always been the case during genuine "Marillion" concerts as well; so, there is no wonder that the big man just went on the same path while touring in "solo".

This live set is a very good compromise between his solo catalogue ("Credo", "Family Business", "Big Wedge", "The Company) some great "Marillion" songs ("He Knows You Know", "She Cameleon", "White Russian", "Last Straw"). And who else better than him could sing "Kayleigh"? (even if I have my overdose of it).

This set is completed by some very good cover songs available on his cover album "Songs From The Mirror" but "Fearless" could have had a bit more support from the audience (the "Never Walk Alone part at the end).

And I particularly like "Five Years" from whom you might know. It is one of my fave from the original singer and when you listen to the warm speech at the end of the song, one can understand why Fish's fans are so found of him. So much respect for the audience. What a great man you are!

What a pleasant album. Three stars.

ZowieZiggy | 3/5 |


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