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Return To Childhood

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  • Audio CD (15 May 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Snapper
  • ASIN: B000EWBMX8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  DVD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 203,587 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Big Wedge
  2. Moving Targets
  3. Brother 52
  4. Goldfish And Clowns
  5. Raingods Dancing
  6. Wake Up Call (Make It Happen)
  7. Innocent Party
  8. Long Cold Day
  9. Credo

Disc: 2

  1. Pseudo Silk Kimono
  2. Kayleigh
  3. Lavender
  4. Bitter Suite: I. Brief Encounter/II. Lost Weekend/III. Blue Angel
  5. Heart of Lothian: I. Wide Boy/II. Curtain Call
  6. Waterhole (Expresso Bongo)
  7. Lords Of The Backstage
  8. Blind Curve: I. Vocal Under A Bloodlight/II. Passing Strangers/III. Mylo/IV. Perimeter Walk/V. Threshold
  9. Childhoods End?
  10. White Feather
  11. Incommunicado
  12. Market Square Heroes
  13. Fugazi

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
How many times have you bought a 'Live' recording only to find that it's another quick money spinner for a band too worn out or so far down their creative paths that it's really just been a waste of your hard earned money? THIS COULD NOT BE DIFFERENT! I was among the army of freaks all those years ago when we first heard the gossamer shimmer of piano that led us into Lavender, thrilled to Steve Rotherays soaring guitar on Kayleigh and gazed, dumbstruck, at a band who had emerged fully fledged onto the World Stage and all these years later (regrettably without the original band) the strength, power and passion are still there. Fish's voice has, if anything, matured and life has knocked the few rough edges off what was already a polished delivery leaving us with a multi faceted diamond of an album. The first CD is all his later work (mysterious, angry and exultant)and demonstrates the true verstility of the 'new' band and Fish himself, the second is 'Childhood' in all its' majesty. One of the nice things about this magnificent double album is that it is presented in exactly the same way as the tour was. Fish had teased for years with just the hint of an intro when playing live...was that Heart of Lothian? Could this be Kayleigh? Surely that's Pseudo Silk Kimono? and, intil now, the answer was invariably a wry Fishy smile and change of tune - having played his audience like an expert angler with a prize catch now he delivers a tour-de-force performance. This should cement his place in the hearts of the huge fanbase that he has so richly come to deserve but should also wake the next generation to the power and precision of one of the last great Warrior Poets. Bravo Maestro, Bravo!
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Format: Audio CD
We went to see Fish perform during the Return to Childhood tour 2005 and, even though Fish had a dreadful cold on the night, I have to say that the gig was still superb.

This recording was obviously made on a night when Fish and his band were in good health and on top form, as one would expect, and as a result is a brilliant reminder of what Fish is able to give the audience on a good night.

Well worth the money for anyone who has fond memories of both this and the original Childhood tour with the 'proper' Marillion all those years ago.
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Format: Audio CD
Great stuff! Fish's solo stuff is hit and miss, but despite the rough edge to his voice, this grabs from the start. Great backing band.

Misplaced Childhood in its entirety is played in its grand glory, and while it may lack a certain, ahem M factor, it's a bloody good show. Makes you wish you were there.

Support your local FISH!
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Format: DVD
While the picture quality and the concert itself is OK it has one (very) serious flaw - sound. There's no DD5.1 audio mix! Yes, that's true - a concert recorded in 2005 has only a DD2.0! And unfortunately it's a poor flat-sounding radio-quality stereo I would expect from a bootleg, and not from an official release. What a shame!

And one more thing - it's an NTSC disc, not PAL.
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