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Fish - Garden of Remembrance (Official Video)
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Fish - Garden of Remembrance (Official Video)

Fish has released his brand new single ‘Garden Of Remembrance’, the latest song to be taken from his highly anticipated final solo album Weltschmerz, which will be released on September 25th. Pre-order here: https://fishmusic.scot For all digital options order here: https://7hz.lnk.to/WeltschmerzAlbum Video directed by David Lam & Hannah Thompson http://onfilmstudios.co.uk http://onstudios.co.uk ‘Garden Of Remembrance’ is a beautifully moving and personal song from the Scottish singer, and stands as the album’s most poignant and personal moment; a gorgeous piano ballad wrapped in a stirring arrangement that showcases one of the best vocal performances of Fish’s long and illustrious career. With an ever-increasing awareness of old age and its associated illnesses through the death of his father in 2016, and his elderly mother moving into care with Fish and his wife in January 2019, he was presented with a touchstone for the lyrics of the song. The aptly titled ‘Garden Of Remembrance’ tells the story of a married couple dealing with the early onset of dementia and the resulting issues of a husband who's "Lost between the here and now/Somewhere that he can’t be found” and his wife. With such a delicate and deeply touching subject matter the emotional delivery borders on heart wrenching, with Fish’s superbly spellbinding and fragile performance. Lyrically, he has dared to enter a very dark personal space where most of us fear to tread and has managed to convey a deep beauty that celebrates life in the fading light of days. “The song was put together as though we were painting a delicate piece of Royal Doulton china,” comments Fish. To complement the brave and deeply honest song, its accompanying video is equally exceptional. Directed by David Lam and Hannah Thompson (daughter of Fish’s long term collaborator and illustrator Mark Wilkinson), the outdoor shots were filmed at daybreak during lockdown on a deserted beach, a glass wall separating the couple, who at one point are very briefly reunited. Fish's intense performance, seated alone in an art gallery lined by artwork from his career, is focused directly on the camera where he allowed his raw emotion to take hold during the filming, resulting in a genuine tear at a crucial moment. “The video involved a complicated approach as the whole country went into lockdown just as we were due to start filming,” explains Fish. “I had to be filmed in front of a white screen in my home and then the gallery around me was created as a miniature 3-D model into which I was magically transported. Meanwhile the couple were filmed on an Essex beach, rather than in Scotland as intended and the gigantic glass wall across the beach was intended to symbolise the separation of the couple. However it came to take on another meaning as lockdown separated families across the country. “I was very aware of my mother in her room only 15 metres away and, although not on camera, I felt her presence intensely during the performance. My wife's hand on my shoulders at the end of the video added to the emotional dynamic, drawing together yet another circle within the story.” The new single is taken from the brand new double album Weltschmerz, marking Fish’s eleventh – and final – studio recording. It is an extraordinary piece of work that brings down the curtain on this phase of the Scotsman’s successful career. But whilst Weltschmerz emits a certain air of finality and closure, it is not a depressing record. Besides bringing us Fish’s finest set of lyrics to date, Weltschmerz is also his most adventurous and varied piece of work. It will stand as a remarkable achievement, a truly magnificent end to his recording career of over 40 years – during which he has sold millions of records both as the frontman of Marillion and throughout his three decades as a solo artist. The 84-minute double album is available to preorder now from https://fishmusic.scot in multiple formats including double digipak CD with 16 page booklet and as a gatefold 180-gram double vinyl.
Tribute to 40 "stars" whose light stopped shining too soon by Jayson Haws -- NEW 2020 HD VERSION
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Tribute to 40 "stars" whose light stopped shining too soon by Jayson Haws -- NEW 2020 HD VERSION

How many of the 40 can you name? Which had an impact on your life? (See the end of the video or below for list of the 40 "stars.") This is the new 2020 version of the song and video. Jayson Haws' music is available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, TIDAL, and most music services. Song "Stars" by Jayson Haws. (C) 2020 Jayson Haws. Used with permission. Hello, hello, are you in there I'm as dark as the night Let go, let go, find your freedom Take a taste and chase the high Colorful comes and color goes Like throwing a stone through a stained glass window We all disappear before we know So look at the stars We're beautifully blind People are speaking in lullaby With a shift of your glance Your flowers have dried We are just moments here We're moments passing by Jump off, jump off, this is living You know I'm terrified of heights The loss is the cost of your giving You find your way a day at a time Colorful comes and color goes Like throwing a stone through a stained glass window We all disappear before we know So look at the stars We're beautifully blind People are speaking in lullaby With a shift of your glance Your flowers have dried We are just moments here We're moments here Spinning 'round and 'round we go We all fall down, we all should know We circle for a moment around what is life So look at the stars We're beautifully blind People are speaking in lullaby With a shift of your glance Your flowers have dried We are just moments passing by Passing by We are just moments here So look at the stars baby Look at the stars all night All night.... =============================== Dedicated to (in order of appearance): Kurt Cobain (27) Janis Joplin (27) Jimmy Hendrix (27) Amy Winehouse (27) Jim Morrison (27) Brian Jones (27) Keith Moon (32) Jeff Buckley (30) Freddie Mercury (45) The Notorious B.I.G. (24) Tupac Shakur (25) Heath Ledger (28) Neil Pert (67) Kevin Gilbert (29) Ronnie Van Zant (29) James Dean (24) Marilyn Monroe (36) John Belushi (33) Chris Farley (33) Phil Hartman (49) Jerry Garcia (53) John Denver (53) Karen Carpenter (32) Bob Marley (36) Buddy Holly (22) Ritchie Valens (17) Marvin Gaye (44) River Phoenix (23) Witney Houston (48) Prince (57) David Bowie (69) Soldiers Victims of 911 Crew of the Columbia Space Shuttle John F. Kennedy (46) Robert F. Kennedy (42) John F. Kennedy, Jr. (38) Princess Diana (36) Elvis Presley (42) George Harrison (58) John Lennon (40)

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