Fish - Vigil In A Wilderness Of Mirrors CD (album) cover





3.81 | 271 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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2 stars When Fish left Marillion I decided to follow my 'neo-progrock-messiah' because Marillion and Steve Hogarth were not my cup of tea, a matter of taste, I won't discuss their quality! So I bought this album and witnessed several gigs. It was quite emotional to see how Fish was supported by all those Marillion freaks, what a party! The music on his first solo-album is not really in the vein of early Marillion but, like Peter Gabriel on his first, a mix of rock and prog with some very good songs like the compelling titletrack, the swinging "Big Wedge" and the intricate "Family business" but also a lot of tracks that doesn't appeal to me. In fact I have played this CD very few times, simply because there was so much more rock and prog to explore that sounded better than Fish solo did.
erik neuteboom | 2/5 |


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