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FISH is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4.
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What people are saying about FISH

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fish on a Friday in North London Great venue.Seen Fish many times and his enthusiasm does not diminish with age. He puts on a great show including the whole of one of his former bands most loved albums, Marillion's Misplaced Childhood. At times, he gets far too political,preaching tediously to the crowd regarding the current refugee crisis. He seems genuinely irked when heckled by a few drunk idiots in the crowd,and instead of brushing it off,lets himself get more wound up the longer the night goes on. It's a good night on this,what is really a farewell tour,and maybe that is not such a bad thing.A great frontman when he sticks to what he does best,just needs to stop the preaching, us as an audience didn't pay for it,didn't want it, and don't need to be told what to think. Still,the songs are great and it's an evening packed with nostalgia for those of us old enough to remember Fish in his prime.
Date published: 2016-05-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Moving and Emotional Second Half After a long, overnight flight from the U.S. and only a short nap to recover, I went into the venue more than a bit knackered, but still ready to rock. The hall was full of fans and the energy of the crowd was apparent. To begin with, the vocal mix throughout most of the show was a bit disappointing. Whilst Fish seemed in very good voice, the low-mids were too loud and, subsequently, the lyrics sounded a bit muddled and were often not loud enough in relation to the instruments. The first half of the show was solo Fish material and, if anything, the juxtaposition with the melodies and stellar poetry of Misplaced Childhood in the second half had me regretting cutting short my nap and getting to the venue early. The main event was astounding. A journey, from light to darkness, joy to loss and back again, Misplaced Childhood, in my opinion, marked the apex of creativity for both the singer/lyricist and the other Marillos. I'd seen the album performed in '85 and now, more than thirty years on, it's more poignant and powerful now than then, several years after the death from cancer of the inspiration for the album. I'm happy to have been there as Fish swears this tour will be the last chance to see it in its entirety.
Date published: 2016-05-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from fish misplaced childhood islington assembly hall i was very disappointed. the sound mix was poor with the drum sound too prominent. I could hear fish's monologues but could not hear the lyrics when he was singing.
Date published: 2016-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fish at islington I have followed fish since he was in marrilion since the very early 80's that man mountain has always delivered! what a humble spiritual showman! the best!
Date published: 2016-04-30
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