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THE THIEVING MAGPIE - LA GAZZA LADRA

Marillion

 

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3.80 | 227 ratings

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Eugenio Chahin
3 stars It is not the greatest live aproach to the band you would find but it is a good overview at the whole Fish period. Even the production could have been better, it can't make much shadows over the performance of the band (wich is almost always brilliant as we can notice in here).

I have always felt some intrigue for the title. La Gazza Ladra is a Rossini pice used opening the shows. But how about the Thieving Magpie? Does it refer to something in particular? Maybe to some of Fish's own mithic world? To some characters on the Missplaced Childhood album? Any aproach here will be of great help, Thanx!

Eugenio Chahin | 3/5 |

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