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Marillion’s Script Revisited CD RELEASE
The release date for Marillion's "Script" Revisited is 03 March 2014. It's a double live CD recorded at De Boerderij, Zoetermeer, Netherlands on the 16th March 2013 to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the release of Marillion's "Script For A Jester's Tear" album.
The CD has been recorded and mixed by Simon Hanhart (Asia/Marillion/Arena), the original recording and mixing engineer on "Script For A Jester's Tear" for EMI in 1983.
What’s it all About?
What People Say…
...totally awesome....totally awesome, awesome night!
...Very true musically and in spirit to that early magical era of Marillion. You guys make a superbly powerful sound. David Hirst
...top class, took me right back to the 80's and made my weekend. Ian Hemingway
WHAT A TOP NIGHT!
...A trip down memory lane I'll never forget and a very sore throat from a night reciting the script! Bravo! Stephen Baird
An affectionate look back, some brilliant musicians, a bit of fun and a damn good show!
Formed and named by Mick Pointer in 1979, EMI later signed the classic line-
Now Mick Pointer has gathered together some friends and leading lights of today's prog world to celebrate this classic period. Mick is joined by Nick Barrett (Pendragon), Mike Varty (Credo/Landmarq/Shadowland/Janison Edge), Ian Salmon (Arena/Shadowland/Janison Edge) and Brian Cummins (Carpet Crawlers) to play some very special shows across Europe.
Matillion’s Script Revisited faithfully recreates the energy and drama of the original “Recital of the Script” tour that took the UK by storm in the early ‘80s. Fans can expect to hear the remarkable “Script for a Jesters Tear” album performed in its entirety, together with favourite tracks of the time, such as “Market Square Heroes” and the cult epic “Grendel”.
It's nostalgic and fabulously fun -