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Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1
1. Afraid of Sunlight (8:30)
2. The Other Half (5:46)
3. One Fine Day (6:20)
4. Beautiful (7:00)
5. Beyond You (6:28)
6. Goodbye to all That (00:47)
7. Wave (1:25)
8. Mad (1:30)
9. The Opium Den (2:10)
10. The Slide (3:39)
11. Standing In The Swing (0:54)
12. Hard As Love (5:04)
13. Brave (8:50)
14. Go! (8:44)
15. Easter (6:14)

Total Time 73:21

Disc 2
1. The Great Escape (8:20)
2. Out of This World (8:10)
3. Between You and Me (7:46)
4. Memory Of Water (Big Beat Mix) (7:12)
5. Neverland (10:35)
6. This Strange Engine (18:14)
7. Happiness is the Road (12:13)

Total Time 78:44

Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Rothery / guitars
- Steve Hogarth / vocals, keyboards, guitars, percussions
- Pete Trewavas / bass, backing vocals
- Mark Kelly / keyboards, samples, effects
- Ian Mosley / drums, percussions

Releases information

A 2CD live album recorded on the Sunday night of the Marillion Weekend at CentreParcs, Holland, March 2011.

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MARILLION The Glow Must Go On ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(55%)
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Review by Warthur
3 stars This final part of the "Holidays in Zeeland" trilogy captures Marillion's Sunday night set from the 2011 Marillion Weekend in Holland. As usual with their Marillion Weekend gigs, the band like to give each evening its own strange spin rather than playing "just another gig", so this time around they decided to take a democratic approach to the setlist; the audience members were all issued with glowsticks, which they were asked to wave in their air at certain points of the evening to choose which song they'd like to hear next.

Fiendishly, the band come up with some really tough choices for the fans here and there, with the crowd genuinely split at some points - for instance, they end up playing both Easter and The Great Escape by popular demand - and the gig as a whole is a lively, fun affair with the band in a playful mood. (Perhaps the funniest part comes towards the start, when H is explaining that because the crowd will be choosing between preselected pairs of songs they won't be able to vote for Grendel - at which point Steven Rothery starts teasing the crowd with the haunting opening guitar melody from that very song!)

It isn't the tightest gig Marillion have ever performed - but then, due to the conceit it was never going to be - and the constrained setlist (which couldn't include anything from the previous two evenings - so anything from Holidays In Eden was not available) means that it's more of a curiosity than a classic.

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