Also appearing is the rare 'You Don't Need Anyone' that was eventually cut from the album. I remember these shows were a fun time for us amongst the hard work (and often tedium) of writing 'Holidays in Eden'. During the writing process, we would play through versions of the new songs in the afternoon, and record them at night using the Moles Club as a live room for the studio upstairs
12 December 1990 album. Splintering Heart Lyrics. Marillion Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Release group by Marillion. Front Row Club (number: 10). Release group information.
Marillion's first album released with Hogarth, 1989's Seasons End, was another Top Ten hit, and albums continued to chart well until their departure from EMI Records following the release of their 1996 live album Made Again and the dissipation of the band's mainstream popularity in the late 1990s; save for a resurgence in the mid- to late-2000s, they have essentially been a cult act since then
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Easter is a song from English neo-progressive rock band Marillion's 1989 album Seasons End, which became a UK Top 40 hit when issued as a single in 1990.
2003 - Front Row Club Issue 10 (Moles Club, Bath, 12 December 1990). 2003 - Front Row Club Issue 11 (Bass Brewery Museum, Burton-On-Trent England, 17 November 2000). 2003 - Front Row Club Issue 12 (Sala Bikini Barcelona. Spain, 12 December 2000). 2003 - Front Row Club Issue 13 (Ahoy Rotterdam, Netherlands, 29 September 1995). 2003 - Front Row Club Issue 14 (The Ritz Roseville, MI, USA, 22 February 1990). 2003 - Front Row Club Issue 15 (Curtain Call - A Live Archive 1983-1988). 2007 - Front Row Club Issue 39 (Royal Court Theatre Liverpool, England, 16 september 1991). 2008 - Front Row Club Issue 40 (Paradiseo, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 12 december 2007). 2008 - Front Row Club Issue 41 (The Change, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA, 15 August 1995). 2008 - Front Row Club Issue 42 (The Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, USA, 11 September 2005).
Artist: RXPTRS, Venue: Moles, Bath, England. All Smiles In Wonderland at Moles, Bath, England. Artist: All Smiles In Wonderland, Venue: Moles, Bath, England.
|1-04||The Rakes Progress||2:04|
|1-06||Waiting To Happen||5:50|
|1-10||Warm Wet Circles||4:09|
|1-11||That Time Of The Night||5:55|
|2-02||No One Can||5:32|
|2-03||You Don't Need Anyone||5:07|
|2-04||Holidays In Eden||6:42|
|2-05||Hooks In You||3:57|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Marillion Front Row Club
- Copyright (c) – Marillion Front Row Club
- Recorded At – Bath Moles Club
- Manufactured By – Universal M & L, UK
- Design – Erik Nielsen
- Liner Notes – Ian Mosley, Pete Trewavas
- Photography [Additional] – Colin Price
- Photography [Polaroid] – Luigi Colasanti Antonelli
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Mike Long
Notes''This was the last of 3 Web Fan Club Christmas shows at the Moles Club in Bath, while the band were writing 'Holidays in Eden'. The performances of the 'Holidays' tracks at this gig were their first public appearances, and most - although recognisable - were not quite finished; most notable is that 'This Town' was played twice on the night, to showcase different versions (one as the "trilogy", and a standalone version) and get audience reaction. Also appearing is the rare 'You Don't Need Anyone' that was eventually cut from the album.''
I remember these shows were a fun time for us amongst the hard work (and often tedium) of writing 'Holidays in Eden'. During the writing process, we would play through versions of the new songs in the afternoon, and record them at night using the Moles Club as a live room for the studio upstairs. The three Christmas shows seemed like a natural progression from that stage - a way for us to get a reaction on the new material, and an excuse for everyone to have a bit of an end of year bash!
The whole time in Bath was a huge success, and the shows - as you can hear - went down well. I do remember it being bitterly cold, though (as you would expect for that time of the year!). I think everyone was amazed that we got as much gear into the club as we did.
This version of 'Splintering Heart' has always been killer in my opinion...
I remember that this gig was very small. Smaller than small. And Privet had enough sound equipment in there to fill the Albert Hall. I also seem to recall Steve Rothery getting hit on the head - there was a pole barrier that need to be raised and lowered to get into the car park. After I had driven through, Rothery came walking by, and the barrier landed square on his head. How we laughed...
Track times/listing from CD playback.
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- Matrix / Runout (CD 1): FRC-010/1 01 6
- Mastering SID Code (CD 1): IFPI L136
- Mould SID Code (CD 1): IFPI 04H0
- Matrix / Runout (CD 2): FRC-010/2 01 6
- Mastering SID Code (CD 2): IFPI L136
- Mould SID Code (CD 2): IFPI 04G1
- Other (CD 1,2 Stamped mould ring): MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M&L