This CD was recorded at the Teatro Caupolican on 16 May 2014 on the last night of the 'Best Sounds' Latin American tour in Santiago Chile. Distributed free to Web Fan Club Members for Christmas 2014.
Limited Edition Christmas Album. This album is a compilation of all Marillion's past Christmas songs originally included on various fan club releases over the years. This album also includes a brand new version of 'Happy Christmas (War is Over)' recorded especially for Christmas 2014.
A 2 Disc Blu-ray release featuring Marillion's two successful record attempts from 2013 and 2003. Clocks Already Ticking (Director's Cut), the original concert now in full HD with re-mixed audio in Stereo and 5.1 Surround sound. Recorded 12 April 2013 at the Wolverhampton Civic. Before First Light, the original SD Film from 2003, now with remixed Audio in Stereo and 5.1 Surround sound. Recorded 14 March 2003 at Butlins, Minehead. Also included on this release is a brand new 5.1 mix of the Radiation 2013 album, a documentary about the record attempt in 2013 & a gallery of live photos taken at the Wolverhampton Civic.
It was filmed in the lead up to their 2015 Marillion Weekend at Port Zelande, the Netherlands, in March where they played three sets and performed 2001 album Anoraknophobia and 2004’s Marbles in their entirety…
James Taylor had scored eight Top 40 hits by the fall of 1976 when Warner Brothers marked the end of his contract with this compilation. One of those hits, the Top Ten gold single “Mockingbird,” a duet with his wife Carly Simon, was on Elektra Records, part of the Warner family of labels and presumably available, but it was left off.
Launched ten years ago by the saxo player Pierre Bertrand and the trumpeteer Nicolas Folmer, the Paris Jazz Big Band is extremely famous on the French Jazz scene with many awards like the Victoires du Jazz and Django d’Or. It has been mostly recognized for its creative repertoire and the orchestra has performed with prestigious singers like Diana Krall; Johnny Griffin, Richard Galliano or Michel Legrand. The aim of this new repertoire « Source(s) » was to follow the tracks of culture an d music from Africa, South Mediterranea and Latin America.