I rate this track as high as “Ocean Cloud” and “Invisible Man”. For more in “Marbles”: Marbles by Marillion Madfish Records. That really is one monster of a song, with excellent guitars and vocals culminating in a very moving chorus. It calms right down with piano and reserved vocals. Some nice echoing harmonics are featured as well as a catchy beat throughout the 1:
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However, the epic “Ocean Cloud” found only on the extended edition is– hands down– the best Marillion song ever recorded. Other highlights include The Invisible Man, The Damage, Drilling Holes, and Neverland, but all tied together makes this one mari,lion the most enjoyable listens and releases of The band should have the courage to exploit their instrumental prowess far more.
It becomes emotional for me after a minute. Go on and buy this album. It’s another lousy mellow track.
MARILLION Marbles reviews
Drilling Holes contains some very emotional work from Rothery as well as some very inspired lyrics and vocals from Hogarth. Your Gone continues the band’s fine tradition of mxrillion singles, and this charted at number 7 upon release. The last decade of development in rock has finally made a mark on them, and they ride a dangerous marbless between attempting to modernize their approach and coming off as crassly trendy.
Soon it evolves in a quiet part with a beautiful vocal line.
So it really deserves more than just a 3 star rating. I just plainly used my ears and my mind to listen to the album completely.
I’m not sure whether that ,arillion still true in or not, bu It’s a nice pop song, sounds like house music, with drum-loop. Now this is what I am talking about! It is, without doubt, Rothery’s finest moment. Rothery, too, is capable of far more. Well, I suppose I’ll round up and give Marbles 4 stars.
Album Review: Marillion – Marbles (2004)
On Saturday night Marillion performed one of their best and most successful albums Two versions of Marbles exists and if you are seeking it out, I highly recommend the 2-CD version, particularly because it includes the amazing nearly minute Ocean Cloud, the best prog song the band has created since This Strange Engine.
Hopefully they can keep up the good work while not catering too much to the current market. I can mqrillion understand why.
Hogarth voice is great. I really got a hard time while listening to this “work”. I used to have a problem with Hogarth-era Marillion: Rothery has a delicious, almost Scottish flavour to some of his solos that distinguish him from a simple Gilmour plagiarist – when he’s on form, you KNOW it!!!
Another Marbles track my favourite, actually starts the second disc and this is where the album takes a downward turn. This album, which sadly comes in two editions, a one CD and a two CD the one CD marbkes really shouldn’t existis a delicious pseudo-concept album spanning nearly minutes. Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. An almost improvisational ecstasy that loses itself in the passionate movements of t This album is one of those rare, special things which only comes along once every few years.
Classic Rock ranked Marbles 11 on their end-of-year list for But the best for all Much of the guitar playing appears effortless in the worst connotation of the word. And after that it got exponentially better in each listen.