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Nick DeRiso’s Best of 2014 (Reissues and Live): Bob Dylan + the Band, Toto, Nils Lofgren

Nick DeRiso’s Best of 2014 (Reissues and Live): Bob Dylan + the Band, Toto, Nils Lofgren

Bob Dylan + the Band, Toto, Nils Lofgren and Mike Bloomfield highlight Nick DeRiso’s Best of 2014 list of reissues, box sets and live releases.

One Track Mind: Steve Rothery Band, “The Old Man of the Sea” from Live In Rome (2014)

One Track Mind: Steve Rothery Band, “The Old Man of the Sea” from Live In Rome (2014)

Despite a lengthy stint with Marillion, something clicks with these new faces.

One Track Mind: Marillion, “Gaza” from A Sunday Night Above The Rain (2014)

One Track Mind: Marillion, “Gaza” from A Sunday Night Above The Rain (2014)

The costs of these conflicts, the very real costs, are writ large.

Nick DeRiso’s Mid-Year Best of 2014 (Reissues and Live): Toto, the Who, Roy Orbison, Stick Men, Jon Anderson, Mike Bloomfield

Nick DeRiso’s Mid-Year Best of 2014 (Reissues and Live): Toto, the Who, Roy Orbison, Stick Men, Jon Anderson, Mike Bloomfield

These 10 reissues and live sets provided us with important new perspectives.

One Track Mind: Marillion, “Power” from A Sunday Night Above The Rain (2014)

One Track Mind: Marillion, “Power” from A Sunday Night Above The Rain (2014)

A standout track found on ‘Sounds That Can’t Be Made’ becomes a study in visceral contrasts.

One Track Mind: Fish, “Blind to the Beautiful” from A Feast of Consequences (2014)

The rare occasion of a single from former Marillion frontman Fish, his first in some six years, provides an opportunity to revisit the recent solo triumph Feast of Consequences. Conveyed with an unvarnished honesty, “Blind to the Beautiful” speaks to one of the most devastating failures of all: The failure of faith.

Marillion – Sounds That Can’t Be Made: Special Edition (2014)

Marillion – Sounds That Can’t Be Made: Special Edition (2014)

There’s a reason most prog albums leave the epic song for the end, as Marillion’s 17th album made clear. They began here with “Gaza,” a dramatic rumination on the senselessness of war, and then seemed to struggle for a while to regain momentum.

‘We were never darlings of the media’: Steve Rothery credits rabid fanbase for Marillion’s successes

‘We were never darlings of the media’: Steve Rothery credits rabid fanbase for Marillion’s successes

Marillion is currently touring behind the well-received Sounds That Can’t Be Made, though you’d hardly know it based on radio airplay — even in their native England. Long-time guitarist Steve Rothery says that’s par for the course.

Best of September 2012: Reader picks include Bob Dylan, Mark Knopfler, Neil Young, Jeff Lynne

Bob Dylan, both with and without his legendary collaborators the Band, roared to the top of Something Else! Reviews’ reader poll for September 2012 — with entries at both Nos. 1 and 2.

'Some things age better than others': Steve Hogarth discusses how Marillion's set lists balance the old and new

Back now with an impressive return-to-form record, Marillion is in the midst of a well-received tour. Exploring the fresh revelations found in Sounds That Can’t Be Made is the easy part, though.

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