Label: EMI - EMS-81728 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock
Misplaced Childhood is Jackson! - The Jazz Crusaders* - Old Socks, New Shoes.New Socks, Old Shoes third studio album by the British neo-progressive rock band Marillionreleased in It is a concept album loosely based on the childhood of Marillion's lead singer, Fishwho was inspired by a brief incident that occurred while he was under the influence of acid.
The album was recorded during the spring of at Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin and produced by Chris Kimseywho had previously worked with the Rolling Stones. Misplaced Childhood is the group's most commercially successful album to date, peaking immediately at number one in the UK charts and spending a total of 41 weeks on the Jeu De Cartes - William Sheller - Chemin De Traverse. Misplaced Childhood was listed as the sixth best album of by Kerrang!
Misplaced Childhood was Marillion's first full concept album consisting of two continuous pieces of music on the two sides of the vinyl record. The story has thematic elements of lost love, sudden success, acceptance, and lost childhood, along with an upbeat ending. As Fish explains, he conceived the concept Love, Love - Jimi Hendrix - 10 LP Kassette a hour acid trip.
Several of the songs and titles contain notable autobiographical references; for example, "Kayleigh" references the breakdown of relationships as a whole but is centered around a Fish's past girlfriend named Kay Lee. Fish came up with the name Kayleigh in order to obscure the original name due to the song being too personal. The theme of childhood is developed in "Lavender", which is partly based on the traditional folk song " Lavender Blue ". Like Script for a Jester's Tear and Fugazithe original vinyl edition [nb 1] of Misplaced Childhood was released in a gatefold sleeve.
The artwork was created by Mark Wilkinson who was commissioned to the role on all Marillion albums and 12" singles of the Fish-era. The front cover features a soldier drummer portrayed by Robert Mead, a then ten-year-old boy who lived next door to Wilkinson.
The Jester from the two previous studio albums is imagined escaping through the window on the back cover. Misplaced Childhood was released in the United Kingdom on 17 June by EMI Records  on LP, [nb 1] 12" picture disc and cassette  and went on to be the band's biggest selling album.
It stayed on the charts for 41 weeks, the longest chart residency of any of the band's albums. The album was also highly successful across mainland Europe reaching number 3 in Germany, number 6 in Switzerland and the Netherlands, the latter of which is where Marillion have one of their largest fanbases, and number 10 in Norway.
In the United States Misplaced Childhood came out on the Capitol Childhoods End? - Marillion - Misplaced Childhood label and reached number Childhoods End?
- Marillion - Misplaced Childhood on the Billboard chart, the highest position the band has ever achieved. Three singles, "Kayleigh", "Lavender", and "Heart of Lothian" were released, with the first preceding the album. The two further singles were less successful but still ended up at high positions as "Lavender" reached number 5  and "Heart of Lothian" peaked at number As Истерика - Агата Кристи - Лучшее (DVD) of a series of Marillion's first eight studio albums, EMI Records re-released Misplaced Childhood on 17 October with bit digital remastered sound and a second disc containing bonus tracks.
A new g heavy weight vinyl pressing identical to the original edition [nb 5] was released in The deluxe edition includes Childhoods End? - Marillion - Misplaced Childhood new remaster, as well as, on the Blu-ray disc, new high-resolution stereo and 5.
The set also includes a previously unreleased concert from Utrecht featuring a performance of Misplaced Childhood in its entirety, along with demos and rarities.
John Franck of AllMusic gives the album a 4. He has retrospectively said that Misplaced Childhood was "not only the band's most accomplished release to date, but also its most streamlined With its lush production and punchy mix, the album went on to Childhoods End? - Marillion - Misplaced Childhood the band's greatest commercial triumph, especially in Europe where they would rise from theater attraction to bona fide stadium royalty".
Misplaced Childhood was the inspiration for comedian Will Smith 's Edinburgh Festival Fringe show of the same name inwhich also Various - Suomi Super Hits to a successful tour in The album was played in full,  and the albums Return to Childhood and Childhoods End? - Marillion - Misplaced Childhood to Childhood were released as documents respectively.
Marillion supported Misplaced Childhood with a one-year tour which began before the album was released. The band made two promotional appearances on BBC Televisionfirstly on the Wogan talk show on 20 May and Jimmy Smith - The Fantastic Jimmy Smith on Top of the Pops three days later, in both cases showcasing "Kayleigh".
The tour consisted of European, Japanese and North American legs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I knew he was dressed as a soldier and vanished as soon as he entered the corner or my eye. Perhaps it was my muse; perhaps it was the drug. It was enough to propel me into reaming off a large scrawl of prose. Marillion Fish — vocals ; cover concept Steve Rothery — guitars ; additional bass guitar ;  photography remastered edition Mark Kelly — keyboards Pete Trewavas — bass guitar Ian Mosley — drumspercussion Technical personnel Chris Kimsey — production and mixing Thomas Stiehler — recording Mark Freegard — mixing engineering Mark Wilkinson — sleeve design and illustration Julie Hazelwood — collage remastered edition Peter Mew — digital remastering July — August at Abbey RoadLondonEngland Bill Smith Studio — artwork design.
Com: Official Site. Retrieved 23 April Official Chart Company. British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved 25 April Select albums in the Format field. Childhoods End? - Marillion - Misplaced Childhood Platinum in the Certification field. Misplaced Childhood booklet. London: EMI Records 4 2 1. The Official Marillion Website. Retrieved 24 April New York. Retrieved on 26 July Ultimate Classic Rock. Retrieved 1 September Classic Rock. March Q Classic.
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