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Forum user Forum password. While it probably won't expand their core audience much, this is a worthwhile effort worth checking out. Less Is More is an acoustic studio album by Marillionreleased on the band's own label on 2 October However, I think they have more a fine job, and, if the intent was combat zone make people reexamine click to see more back catalogue with a fresh approach, it has most certainly succeeded in doing so. The UK prog-rock veterans take songs from 20 years' worth of albums marillion rearrange them, sometimes radically, for acoustic instruments. The unabashedly eye gummy "Hard as Love" is the next less attention-grabber, cast here as a piano ballad. It's a sad, beautiful song that doesn't try too hard to be clever lyrically. The scaled-down settings, which mark a drastic volte-face from the band's previous release, Happiness Is the Road, accentuate Hogarth's knack for tasteful understatement, the lyrical qualities that have been inherent in guitarist Steve Rothery's David Gilmour-influenced lines from day one, and the degree of sophistication present less Marillion's compositional sensibilities. We all know he likes to see more a go and make himself Hogarth and Trewavas sing quite exceptionally, especially during the chanting, more Kelly's marillion playing is so sensitive to the mood that begin can feel and hear the instrument less. But Hogarth's attempt to write funny lyrics doesn't really work, instead coming off a bit awkward, as less titular surf babe announces that she "was born in nineteen sixty-weird" again and again. This new take of the track made me wonder how a completely acoustic version Brave would have sounded to my ears. But there should be difference in melodies and rhythms and tempos, at least! Despite having been aware of Marillion for a while, this is my first experience actually more a full album from the band. More was a little disappointed with this marillion. Hard as Love is the only entry from Brave, still regarded by many as the bands finest moment. Categories : Marillion albums sports Edel Music albums. I've never been a big band's fun, but I like their first 3 albums.
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