Author Topic: Mick Pointer Band Pre-Sale of Marillion's "Script" Revisited live album  (Read 1267 times)

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The release date for Marillion's "Script" Revisited is 03/03/2014. 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. It's 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.

By pre-ordering, you'll receive the CD before the official release date of 3rd March, 2014 and it'll be signed by Mick Pointer.

Track Listing - Disc One

    Script For A Jester's Tear
    He Knows, You Know
    The Web
    Garden Party
    Chelsea Monday
    Forgotten Sons

Track Listing - Disc Two

    Three Boats Down From The Candy
    Charting The Single
    Grendel
    Market Square Heroes
    Margaret

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Mick's Script Revisited album is getting good reviews and I agree, it's a very faithful yet fresh sounding tribute to Marillion's classic early days that you just have to sing along to 8)

DPRP http://www.dprp.net/reviews/201424.php#mickpointer 8 out of 10, DPRP Recommended
Progwereld (Dutch) http://www.progwereld.org/cms/recensies/album/mick-pointer-band-%E2%80%93-marillion%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%9Cscript%E2%80%9D-revisited/
Background Magazine http://www.backgroundmagazine.nl/CDreviews/MickPointerBandMarillionsScriptRevisited.html

iO Pages Magazine states “This music still sounds great after 30 years. Production-wise it sounds even better than the original and Brian Cummins sounds like Fish in his glory days. You can’t get it any better these days.” *horns*
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