Marillion - Live From Loreley Trailer

Marillion - Live From Loreley Trailer (1987)

18 July 1987 Music

Recorded in St. Goarshausen, Freilichtbuhne, Loreley, Germany 18 July, 1987. The recording, made during the first leg of the 1987 Clutching at Straws tour, documents the band at the peak of their commercial success in the mid/late 1980s. The show was attended by an audience of 20,000; support acts were Magnum, The Cult (cancelled), and It Bites. Featuring Fish on vocals, it comprises songs from the four studio albums they released up to that point, i.e. Script for a Jester's Tear (1983), Fugazi (1984), Misplaced Childhood (1985), and Clutching at Straws (1987).

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Cast

Fish

as himself - Vocals

Steve Rothery

as himself - Guitars

Mark Kelly

as himself - Keyboards

Pete Trewavas

as himself - Bass

Ian Mosley

as himself - Drums

Crew

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 18 July 1987

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