Fellini Days

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Fellini Days
Studio album by Fish
Released 2 May 2001 (mail-order)
13 August 2001 (retail)
Recorded 2001
Genre Neo-progressive rock
Length 57:07 (album)
63:00 (companion disc)
Label Chocolate Frog Records
Roadrunner Records
Producer Elliot Ness
Fish chronology
Raingods with Zippos
(1999)
Fellini Days
(2001)
Field of Crows
(2004)
Companion CD cover
cover of the companion CD
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Fellini Days is Fish's seventh solo studio album since he left Marillion in 1988 and the first since Raingods with Zippos (1999). Released on Fish's own label Chocolate Frog Records Company.

Track listing[edit]

Note: "Dick" is Fish's actual surname.

  1. "3D" (Dick/Wesley/Young) – 9.11
  2. "So Fellini" (Dick/Wesley) – 4.06
  3. "Tiki 4" (Dick/Wesley/Young) – 7.32
  4. "Our Smile" (Dick/Wesley/Young) – 5.25
  5. "Long Cold Day" (Dick/Wesley/Young) – 5.33
  6. "Dancing in Fog" (Dick/Wesley/Young) – 5.30
  7. "Obligatory Ballad" (Dick/Wesley) – 5.15
  8. "The Pilgrim's Address" (Dick/Wesley) – 7.18
  9. "Clock Moves Sideways" (Dick/Wesley) – 7.17

Bonus "Companion Disc"

  1. "3D" (live in Rotterdam 10/5/01)
  2. "So Fellini" (live in Poznan 31/05/01)
  3. "Tiki 4" (live in Oslo 18/05/01)
  4. "Pilgrim's Address" (live in Oslo 18/05/01)
  5. "Clock Moves Sideways" (live in Oslo 18/05/01)
  6. "Dancing In Fog" (History Of Guns remix)
  7. "Obligatory Ballad" (Spaced Out remix)
  8. "Clock Moves Sideways" (Two Clocks in One Whole remix)
  9. "Our Smile" (Acoustic Version)

Credits (directly from sleeve notes)[edit]

Recorded at The Studio, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland with additional recordings taken from sessions at The Grand Hotel, Pristina, Kosovo and live recordings from Leeuwarden, Utrecht and Oberhausen. Recorded, engineered and produced by Elliot Ness. Mixed by Calum Malcolm and Elliot Ness. Mastered by Calum Malcolm.

  • Lead vocals: Fish.
  • Guitars: John Wesley.
  • Keyboards: John Young.
  • Bass: Steve Vantsis.
  • Drums: Dave Stewart.
  • Backing Vocals: Susie Webb and Zoe Nicholas.
  • Percussion: Dave Haswell.

Bonus disc credits: Engineered, recorded, mixed and produced by Elliot Ness. Mastered by Dallas Simpson at Serendipity.

  • Drums: John Marter (1-5)
  • Bass: Steve Barnacle (1-5)
  • Keyboards: John Young (1/4/5/6)
  • Jim Heyden (2)
  • Max Rael (6/7/8)
  • Vocals: Fish
  • B-Vocals: Susie Webb and Zoe Nicholas (3/5/9)
  • Programming: Max Rael (6/7/8)
  • Loops: Courtesy of Amg (6/7/8)
  • Guitars: John Wesley.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mawer, Sharon (2011). "Fellini Days - Fish | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 3 August 2011.