Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Marillion - Misplaced Childhood (1985)

Misplaced Childhood is the third studio album of the progressive rock band Marillion. It was released in 1985 and has been their most commercially successful album, reaching number one in the UK album charts in June 1985. Misplaced Childhood was the band's first full concept album, consisting of two contiguous pieces of music on the two sides of the vinyl. In live concerts previewing the album Fish had originally claimed (seriously or as a teaser) that there would only be two tracks, Side One and Side Two, but this idea was evidently dropped. During the Misplaced Childhood tour Fish did announce after playing various tracks culled from the first two albums "Now there is time for one more track and the name of the track is Misplaced Childhood" and the band then performed the entire album in sequence. - Wikipedia

Fish - Vocals
Steve Rothery - Guitars
Mark Kelly - Keyboards
Pete Trewavas - Bass
Ian Mosley - Drums 

1. Pseudo Silk Kimono (2:14)
2. Kayleigh (4:03)
3. Lavender (2:25)
4. Bitter Suite (7:56)
5. Heart of Lothian (4:02)
6. Waterhole (Expresso Bongo) (2:13)
7. Lords of the Backstage (1:52)
8. Blind Curve (9:29)
9. Childhood's End? (4:33)
10. White Feather (2:25)


zappahead said...

Bravo for putting this fine album up....I thank you very much for getting me back to the days when albums were a happening and the music just flowed....a masterpiece if ever I heard one....thank you.

Irmak Tomriz said...