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3.78 | 35 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1 - 43:31
1. Born to Run (5:51)
2. A Collection (3:24)
3. Now She'll Never Know (4:32)
4. The Space (4:05)
5. Brave (8:00)
6. Faith (3:56)
7. One Fine Day (5:56)
8. House (7:47)

Total Time 43:31

Disc 2 - 43:03
1. Enlightened (4:41)
2. Estonia (8:28)
3. After Me (3:14)
4. When I Meet God (10:16)
5. A Few Words for the Dead (10:13)
6. Made Again (6:11)

Total Time: 86:34


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Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Hogarth / vocals
- Mark Kelly / keyboards
- Ian Mosley / drums
- Steve Rothery / guitars
- Pete Trewavas / bass

Releases information

CD Racket Records (2006)

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Review by Warthur
3 stars The third and final album from the Marillion Weekend 2005 is taken from the Sunday performance, and sees the band focusing on their more low-key and atmospheric material, much as the companion album Smoke focused on up-tempo and energetic stuff. This time around, the album feels a bit more constrained than Smoke did by the fact that the band couldn't include any material from Marbles. (They'd done a full performance of the album on the Friday night - as documented on Marbles By the Sea - so it would be a bit cheeky to repeat songs the same weekend.)

As I said with Smoke, I think the decision to present a gig this long with this little variation in the mood also hurts the set list; in particular, many of Marillion's best songs take the listener through a variety of moods in a single piece (think The Great Escape from Brave, or the This Town triptych), and the combination of a constrained setlist and the lack of variation in the mood makes it a slight chore to listen all the way through.

Still, it's an intriguing trip into Marillion's more mellow side, and includes an early live version of Faith - which wouldn't see the light of day in a studio version until Somewhere Else. of Faith - which wouldn't see the light of day in a studio version until Somewhere Else.

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