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FISH (Marillion) - A Feast Of Consequences (2013)
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FISH (Marillion) - A Feast Of Consequences (2013)

Derek William Dick or simply FISH always will be 'the vocalist' of Marillion. Although Hogarth is great, he was the singer when we all fell
in love with Marillion. Since Fish left the band for a solo career I
was not too much hooked with his music.
Well, things have changed with his fresh new album "A Feast Of
Consequences" to be released soon (it has been delayed due CD print
troubles). Let me tell you from the start that this new recording it's
the best FISH album ever.

In short, "A Feast Af Consequences" is a fabulous record on all aspects.
The accent on old fashioned songwriting, the pristine musicianship, the
crystal clear production - and, fundamentally - Fish in top from
vocally (he has suffered some problems lately) makes this album a pure
delight, not only for Marillion fans, but for all quality Rock listeners
in general.

I can easily write a track-by-track description of all the material
included here, as all, I mean ALL, are favorites and highlights.
But to keep it short, the proof is in the pudding on "High Wood Suite"
which includes 5 awesome parts where the rockier side of Fish takes over
interspersed with calmer, elegant passages of stylized primal Marillion
Particularly the way "Crucifix Corner" builds its intensity and the
progressions of the uptempo yet acoustic based "The Gathering" are
supreme. By the time the song ends we are over seventeen minutes into
the suite, but as a listener you remained gripped until the end.

I'm in love with "A Feast Of Consequences". Forget the 'prog' tag, this
is classic rock in a wider sense of the term, traveling through various
musical paths with an incredible cohesion and quality.
Despite his much publicised vocal problems of the recent past Fish is on
fine form vocally throughout. It's true that he doesn't have the power
or the upper register from his early days, but with songs arranged to
fit his current range he's still a very evocative singer. Lyrically this
is a quite poetic album, Fish truly deserves more recognition from the
rock world as one of British music's finest lyricists.
The exquisite production by Calum Malcolm captures the sort of intensity
and energy levels more often associated with the best live albums.
Robin Boult in particular plays some great, straight sounding guitar;
not that much in the way of showboating solos but some powerful riffs
and rhythm parts. Guests Liz Antwi and Aidan O'Rourke both leave strong

Sadly "A Feast Of Consequences" will not be distributed through normal
retail channels, and I've seen some troubles with the pre-order at
Fish’s website. But do yourself a favour, try by all means to get a copy
of this great piece of work.

01 - Perfume River
02 - All Loved Up
03 - Blind To The Beautiful
04 - A Feast Of Consequences
05 - High Wood
06 - Crucifix Corner
07 - The Gathering
08 - Thistle Alley
09 - The Leaving
10 - The Other Side Of Me
11 - The Great Unravelling

Fish - vocals
Robin Boult - guitars
Foss Paterson - keyboards
Steve Vantsis - bass
Gavin Griffiths - drums, percussion
Liz Antwi - backing vocals,
Aidan O'Rourke - violin, string and brass sections

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Fish — A Feast of Consequences 2013

Country: UK
Sub Genre: Neo-Prog
Release date: September, 2013

Tracklist (not final order):

Perfume River
The Other Side of Me
All Loved Up
Blind to the Beautiful
Feast of Consequences
High Wood Suite
High Wood
The Gathering
Crucifix Corner
Thistle Alley
The Leaving
The Great Unravelling

Fish (vocals)
Robin Boult (guitar)
Foss Paterson (keyboards)
Steve Vantsis (bass)
Gavin Griffiths (drums)


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