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Marillion - Script for a Jester's Tear (4 x 12" VINYL LP SET)


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LP One: Script For A Jester’s Tear (2020 Stereo Remix)
Side A
1. “Script For A Jester’s Tear”
2. “He Knows You Know”
3. “The Web”

Side B
1. “Garden Party”
2. “Chelsea Monday”
3. “Forgotten Sons”

LP Two: Market Square Heroes EP (2020 Stereo Remix)
Side C
1. “Market Square Heroes”
2. “Three Boats Down From The Candy”
Bonus Track
3. “Charting The Single” – 2020 Remaster

Side D
1. “Grendel”

LP Three: Live at the Marquee Club, London (12/29/82)
Side E
1. “Garden Party” *
2. “Three Boats Down From The Candy” *
3. “Chelsea Monday” *

Side F
1. “Grendel” *
2. “He Knows You Know” *

LP Four: Live at the Marquee Club, London (12/29/82)
Side G
1. “The Web” *
2. “Script For A Jesters Tear” *

Side H
1. “Forgotten Sons” *
2. “Market Square Heroes” *
3. “Margaret” *

* previously unreleased

Originally produced by Nick Tauber, Script for a Jester’s Tear is the only Marillion album to feature Fish (vocals), Steve Rothery (guitar), Pete Trewavas (bass), Mark Kelly (keyboards) and Mick Pointer (drums).

The DELUXE EDITION opens with a newly remixed stereo version of Script for a Jester’s Tear by Andy Bradfield and Avril Mackintosh. In addition, the collection also features new stereo remixes for the b-side “Charting The Single” that was released in January 1982, as well as the Market Square Heroes EP that followed in October that same year.

It also includes the debut of a previously unreleased concert that captures Marillion performing in London at the Marquee Club on December 29, 1982. Recorded a few months before Script for a Jester’s Tear was released, the show features live versions of all six album tracks: “He Knows You Know,” “The Web,” “Garden Party,” “Chelsea Monday,” “Forgotten Sons” and the title track.

The concert also features performances of non-album tracks like “Three Boats Down From The Candy” and the 19-minute epic “Grendel” from the Market Square Heroes EP. A live version of “Margaret” is also included. A different version of that song appeared in June 1983 as the b-side for the “Garden Party” single.

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