Marillion - Recital Of The Script Trailer

Marillion - Recital Of The Script Trailer (1983)

01 October 1983 Music

Recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in London, 17th and 18th of April 1983. Originally, the video was released along with a video EP of the 'missing tracks'. The remastered DVD puts the entire show back together again. DVD extras were recorded at the Marquee club in London, in December 1982.

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Cast

Steve Rothery

as himself - Guitars

Mark Kelly

as himself - Keyboards

Pete Trewavas

as himself - Bass

Fish

as himself - Vocals

Mick Pointer

as himself - Drums

Crew

Martin Bell

Director

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 01 October 1983

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