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5 stars To my shame,I have only VHS version.On the other hand,there's no disgrace:I own a rare thing!!! ;-) Music and its perfomance is wonderful,but for the first time I was concentrated on the less important stuff.I guess it usually happens when you have a chance to SEE a band that you use to HEAR only before.Fish I say "fat"? ;-) ) bigger than I expected.Mike,Steve and Mark looked like shy teenagers and only Pete behaved himself as if he had at least 10 years of major-touring experience.Definetely Fish was the main character there(despite his confusion with "Garden Party"'s lyrics ;-) )..."Gabrielesque theatrical style"?HELL NO! Fish's "jestering" perfomance!!!What a guy!I had my eyes glued to the TV-screen for an hour - and it was one of the most beautiful hours in my whole life!!!And these young fans,singing with tears in their eyes "can you still say you love me"(I use to cry hearing these words too)...And this atmosphere of everlasting brotherhood,when everyone performs "Market Square Heroes" along with the band...

Young boys in glasses and dreamy tiny girls...Where are you now,folks?Who are you now?Do you remember this fascination,do you still have at least a CD-R compilation of Marillion's songs hidden somewhere in your stuff?...Don't betray your past,folks ;,otherwise you'll not get along with your future!!!

Prog-jester | 5/5 |


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