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    Marillion to stream live show from the Hammersm Saturday Nov 27 2021

    This notification just popped up in my Facebook feed.
    Looks good and a fair price, no subscription to The Space required. One time only purchase.
    The stream will available until Monday UK time if you can't view the show tomorrow.
    Information here: https://marillionvod.uscreen.io/prog...ve-ysflawljy_8
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    Thanks for pointing this out Top Cat!!
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    You are welcome!
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    I've got my ticket. Looking forward to this!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    I've got my ticket. Looking forward to this!!
    Great, it sounds like it will be a good one, and wow, what a great idea.
    How do they do the streaming? who is the carrier? I'd love to order tix and watch it Sunday night, but I don't want to have to watch on my PC with my wife.
    And my big tv isn't very smart, although I get YouTube through my Blu Ray.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    Great, it sounds like it will be a good one, and wow, what a great idea.
    How do they do the streaming? who is the carrier? I'd love to order tix and watch it Sunday night, but I don't want to have to watch on my PC with my wife.
    And my big tv isn't very smart, although I get YouTube through my Blu Ray.
    The streaming is being done via Marillion’s The Space streaming service. You don’t have to be a member of the service to get the gig, although you do have to create an account. The filming is by Tim Sidwell who has done the past couple of exceptional dvds deal eased by the band.

    It is available for 48 hours after the end of the gig, so Monday night. The Marillion website does, helpfully, have a list of smart tvs which are compatible with the stream. If you have an internet browser on the telly, it should work. I will be hooking up my iPad to the tv via Apple AirPlay, but I think you can use an Amazon device if you have one of those.

    Only £20, and a bargain. I saw them in Cardiff last week, and they were on top form, so if you can get it, highly recommended, although there is a warning on the site that certain countries might block the internet connection, so I would check if The Land Of The Free enables this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazland View Post
    The streaming is being done via Marillion’s The Space streaming service. You don’t have to be a member of the service to get the gig, although you do have to create an account. The filming is by Tim Sidwell who has done the past couple of exceptional dvds deal eased by the band.

    It is available for 48 hours after the end of the gig, so Monday night. The Marillion website does, helpfully, have a list of smart tvs which are compatible with the stream. If you have an internet browser on the telly, it should work. I will be hooking up my iPad to the tv via Apple AirPlay, but I think you can use an Amazon device if you have one of those.

    Only £20, and a bargain. I saw them in Cardiff last week, and they were on top form, so if you can get it, highly recommended, although there is a warning on the site that certain countries might block the internet connection, so I would check if The Land Of The Free enables this.
    Thanks for all the great information. I'll do some more research to see if I can get it on the big screen Samsung.
    If we can, it will be post live stream.
    Inspired by this concert, we loaded Live from Royal Albert Hall last night and enjoyed it a lot. Only second time we've watched it, and the first time I think I was so overwhelmed by it, I put it away on the shelf.
    What a great show. It was wonderful to see Marillion finally play a venue that is as big as their talent and live performance.
    Watching it I couldn't help but think they are now in the top tier of artists like Pink Floyd, Peter Gabriel, etc.
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    as both had been on sale for a while now and a forum search here got me nothing... figured you all might be interested in this too then.

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    This did pop up somewhere - but the reminder is a good one! Thnx!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    ^^


    Quote Originally Posted by reynard View Post
    as both had been on sale for a while now and a forum search here got me nothing... figured you all might be interested in this too then.

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    wow, thanks for posting this.
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    The Marillion show was about as good as a livestream can get. Like watching a Blu-ray in terms of AV quality. Virtually glitchless, plenty of bandwidth, exceptional camerawork, excellent sound.

    Steve Rothery has refined his art to a point beyond perfection. Pete, Ian, and Mark are also fantastic, but Rothery is on another plane. As for h, well, he’s him more than ever. Kind of amazing how he can sound like he’s torn his voice to shreds one minute, and the next sound perfect.

    I could not stop wondering how many of those maskless, singing, shouting people packed shoulder to shoulder will be sick in a week. The crowd shots sort of put a damper on things for me.

    But a fine show of h-era spanning music.
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    It was an utter triumph. Quite superb quality.

    As rdclark said, Rothery was on top form, but, in truth, they all were. A couple of voice break moments from h, but it has been the strangest tour of all time, and he nailed 99% of it.

    As for getting sick in a week, they will all be like me last week in Cardiff. We couldn’t give two hoots. We came to see a tremendous band who just keep getting better and better.

    Happy days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdclark View Post
    The Marillion show was about as good as a livestream can get. Like watching a Blu-ray in terms of AV quality. Virtually glitchless, plenty of bandwidth, exceptional camerawork, excellent sound.

    Steve Rothery has refined his art to a point beyond perfection. Pete, Ian, and Mark are also fantastic, but Rothery is on another plane. As for h, well, he’s him more than ever. Kind of amazing how he can sound like he’s torn his voice to shreds one minute, and the next sound perfect.

    I could not stop wondering how many of those maskless, singing, shouting people packed shoulder to shoulder will be sick in a week. The crowd shots sort of put a damper on things for me.

    But a fine show of h-era spanning music.
    Yeah, that was very well done. I even watched some of it in the bath! Now that' the way to watch a concert!

    RE: COVID, I know people who've seen most of the shows on this tour, and I haven't heard of anyone getting covid. I hope people stayed healthy. It's a good test case... Why were the audience shots a downer? Because you were worried they'd get sick, or just because you'd prefer it without audience shots in general? I think they wanted to shoot it like any of their other concert films, so it's suitable for later selling on Blu-Ray.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reynard View Post
    as both had been on sale for a while now and a forum search here got me nothing... figured you all might be interested in this too then.

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    I'm definitely interested, and will most likely buy a ticket, but these things are often kind of vague in their descriptions:

    This unique online event, recorded in front of a live audience will be a full 2 hour FISH concert including the final ever performance of the iconic Vigil In A Wilderness Of Mirrors album as well as material from his latest successful Weltschmerz album.

    The broadcast will take place at 7pm GMT on Dec 17th 2021 and will be available to watch as video-on-demand (VOD) until 11pm GMT on Dec 19th 2021.


    Does this mean the concert will be prerecorded, or happening live as it is broadcast?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    I'm definitely interested, and will most likely buy a ticket, but these things are often kind of vague in their descriptions:

    This unique online event, recorded in front of a live audience will be a full 2 hour FISH concert including the final ever performance of the iconic Vigil In A Wilderness Of Mirrors album as well as material from his latest successful Weltschmerz album.

    The broadcast will take place at 7pm GMT on Dec 17th 2021 and will be available to watch as video-on-demand (VOD) until 11pm GMT on Dec 19th 2021.


    Does this mean the concert will be prerecorded, or happening live as it is broadcast?
    I just checked - prerecorded last Wednesday, according to someone on Fish's facebook page. Kind of disappointing. I guess the description was accurate though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Yeah, that was very well done. I even watched some of it in the bath! Now that' the way to watch a concert!

    RE: COVID, I know people who've seen most of the shows on this tour, and I haven't heard of anyone getting covid. I hope people stayed healthy. It's a good test case... Why were the audience shots a downer? Because you were worried they'd get sick, or just because you'd prefer it without audience shots in general? I think they wanted to shoot it like any of their other concert films, so it's suitable for later selling on Blu-Ray.
    I just couldn't not think about COVID and aerosols every time there was a shot of all those tightly-packed people singing and shouting. It was distracting to me. It doesn't help that I don't much enjoy rock-concert audiences anyway, but at least Marillion tends to mix the audience lower in their live recordings than many other bands do. I particularly hate that one guy who's at every show who has to whistle during quiet moments.
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    I would have loved to watch this but unlike (I guess) so many others I can't just set this moment or the next aside and watch. I need more time and 48 Hrs. does not cut it for me, so I guess I'll wait for a DVD. Really I like the product in my hands anyway and if there's anything I have learned it is patience.

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    They’ve now said it will be available until Dec 3!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdclark View Post
    Steve Rothery has refined his art to a point beyond perfection.
    If you haven't already, definitely get the new Rothery Band bluray. You'll love it.

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    Hammer-smith appropo as H was feeling no pain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by awebert View Post
    Hammer-smith appropo as H was feeling no pain...
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    Re:Covid. Most of us live in countries where social distancing and masks are still in place. In fact, the UK is one of the only countries where they aren't mandatory anymore. It seems very strange to us. I had the same feeling when I traveled to Leeds to see Genesis. My friend and I were probably the only ones to wear masks in the arena. Yet it would seem that Covid cases are not on the rise in the UK despite the removal of the restrictions.

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    “UK infection rates are higher than those in countries in continental Europe, where COVID-19 restrictions were relaxed later or remain in place. In the 7 days between 17 October and 23 October, Spain recorded 286 infections per one million people, and Germany 1,203. The United Kingdom registered 4,868 over the same week.”

    Excellent article directly addressing this: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-03003-6
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