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Steve Hogarth
CD Reviews
Ice Cream Genius
Review by Gary Hill
This solo effort from Marillion front man Steve Hogarth is a very entertaining disc that covers many musical styles. The music moves from playful to contemplative to pop to prog with a proficiency and ease that is quite impressive. "
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DVD Reviews
Steve Hogarth - H: One Love – Naked in the Chapel DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I make no excuses, I’ve always preferred the Fish era of Marillion to the current one fronted by Steve Hogarth.
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Interviews
Steve Hogarth
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Steve Hogarth from 1998

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Steve Hogarth
Interview by Jason Hillenburg

Interview with Steve Hogarth from 2014


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Book Reviews
Steve Hogarth - The Invisible Man: Diaries 1991-1997 written by Steve Hogarth
Review by Jason Hillenburg
In the second half of their career, Marillion have distinguished themselves as an uniquely creative act able to maintain a high level of artistic excellence while managing to navigate their way through the tumultuous waters of The Music Business, circa late 20th-early 21st century.

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Dream Theater - 5 Years In A Livetime (Video)
Review by Gary Hill
 This video, the companion to the Once In A Livetime CD, chronicles the recent history of the band through assorted video clips.
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Various Artists - A Life in Yes: The Chris Squire Tribute
Review by Gary Hill
I grew up as a Yes fanatic from the age of 12. As a bass player myself, Chris Squire was a huge part of my own growth as a musician.
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Marillion - A Sunday Night Above the Rain
Review by G. W. Hill

You know, Marillion post Fish is a very different beast than Marillion of the Fish era.


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Marillion - Afraid of Sunlight
Review by Gary Hill
Let me say for starters that I really like Steve Hogarth’s voice. I think he does a great job of serving as Marillion’s lead singer.
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Marillion - Anoraknophobia
Review by Steve Alspach
Marillion continues its path towards solid, rock-based music with Anoraknophibia, their most recent release. The band has its feet planted firmly in 2001 with its music that never gets too adventurous or exploratory.
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Marillion - F E A R
Review by Greg Olma

Marillion are now a band that does not need to pander to any record label or current trend.  In fact, they create a sound that I can’t compare to anyone else.


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Marillion - From Stoke Row To Ipanema
Review by Greg Olma
This 2 DVD package is set in the time when Steve Hogarth took over the vocals from Fish.  The first disc is kind of the bonus  as it features items usually found at the end of a DVD or as the extra disc.
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Gleb Kolyadin - Gleb Kolyadin
Review by Gary Hill

This is a pretty impressive set. It is progressive rock, with an emphasis on piano, but there is a lot of range here.


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Marillion - Happiness is the Road Volume 1: Essence
Review by Bill Knispel
Marillion has been fairly prolific over the past four or five years, releasing a regular stream of studio albums, live releases, DVDs and so on.  When it was announced that the newest studio album would be a double, many people may have raised an eyebrow. 
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Marillion - Happiness is the Road Volume 2: The Hard Shoulder
Review by Bill Knispel
Happiness is the Road is a double album, it is true.  However, it is being released as two separate volumes.  Volume 2 is subtitled The Hard Shoulder, and is a far more diverse release. 
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Marillion - Less Is More
Review by Gary Hill
Marillion chose to record a collection of their Hogarth era songs with just acoustic instrumentation.
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Marillion - Live From Cadogan Hall
Review by Gary Hill

Marillion are included in the progressive rock section of Music Street Journal because in the beginning they were very definitely prog. 


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Marillion - Live From Cadogan Hall DVD
Review by Gary Hill

Marillion’s Less Is More album featured acoustic renditions of many of their songs.


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Marillion - Live in Chicago, IL, October 2016
Review by Greg Olma
When Marillion rolls into town, it’s a special event.  Ever since their tour in 1997 for This Strange Engine, I have not taken Marillion touring the US for granted.  

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Marillion - Live in Chicago, June, 2005
Review by Josh Turner
If you get a chance to see Marillion in concert, don't miss the opportunity. They were much better live than I could have ever imagined.
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Marillion - Live in Chicago, October 2nd, 2004
Review by Steve Alspach
Marillion hit the Midwest for the first time in seven years as part of their world-wide "Marbles" tour. Before a sold-out crowd, the band played the songs from the single-CD version of the album as well as a history of the Steve Hogarth-era band.
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Marillion - Live in Dallas, Texas February 2018
Review by Greg Olma

I was lucky to catch Marillion back in 2016 on their first run of F.E.A.R. tour dates,so when they decided to come back to the United States for another group of shows, I just had to attend, this time in Dallas.


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Marillion - Marbles
Review by Steve Alspach
Aylesbury's finest come back with Marbles, their first studio 2-CD. Marbles is prog at its finest - the band knows how to write and play in a more conventional structure, but they haven't lost their knack to construct longer pieces that never meander.
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Marillion - Marbles In The Park DVD
Review by Greg Olma
The great thing about Marillion is that they are rewriting the way a band interacts with their fan base.  They were the first (to the best of my knowledge) to use crowd-sourcing to put out music and fund tours. 

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Marillion - Marbles On The Road DVD
Review by Greg Olma
There have been volumes written about Marillion and the debate of who is/was better, Steve Hogarth or Fish, stills goes on to this day.  While some will continue to bemoan the exit of Fish, most of us fans have given the “new” line-up a definite thumbs up. 
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Marillion - Marillion / Separated Out: The Complete History 1983-2002 written by Jon Collins
Review by Steve Alspach
"Marillion / Separated Out" is a very thorough look at a band that, for the last 20 years, has managed to make music strictly on its own terms.
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Marillion - Marillion.com
Review by Gary Hill
Seeming to maintain some of the style of Radiation, this album also hearkens back to an older Marillion era while still reaching into the future.
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Various Artists - Popoff Archive 2: Progressive Rock written by Martin Popoff
Review by Greg Olma
The music world has many characters who work behind the scenes, from producers to engineers to marketing people (and many more). 

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Marillion - Radiation
Review by Gary Hill
Radiation is an album that shows a band stretching so far from their origins that they are essentially redefining themselves
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Marillion - Somewhere in London DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve never seen Marillion live. I only recently got to see Fish in concert.
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Marillion - Sounds That Can’t Be Made
Review by G. W. Hill

This is quite a tasty album. In fact, it might be the best album from the Steve Hogarth version of the group.


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Marillion - The EMI Singles Collection
Review by Greg Olma
I had no idea that Marillion had this many videos.  I'm sure that many of these were never shown on MTV so I guess I can be a bit forgiven for being ignorant of these little video treasures.
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Marillion - This Strange Engine
Review by G. W. Hill

In our quest to start filling some of the holes in our archives, I decided to review this Marillion disc.


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Richard Barbieri - Under a Spell
Review by Gary Hill
Richard Barbieri is probably best known for his work in the bands Japan and Porcupine Tree. His keyboard skills definitely bring a lot to both acts.

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Various Artists - Words and Music: Excursions in the Art of Rock Fandom written by Michael Anthony
Review by Alison Henderson

Books written by music fans are very far and few between.


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