Jacob Moon | Kayleigh/Lavender

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Kayleigh/Lavender

by Jacob Moon

Jacob Moon is an indie singer-songwriter who tours Canada as a one-man- band, and recently opened for MARILLION on their Montreal Weekend. He just released his 8th CD, "Landing 2: the 10th Anniversary Concert with plans for more new music soon.
Genre: Pop: 80's Pop
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This song was Marillion's biggest charting North American single, and comes from Misplaced Childhood, one of my very favorite CD of all time.

I performed this song in March 2013 at Marillion Weekend in Montreal. It was my BIG chance to play for (and with!) a band that I have listened to since I was 15 years old. I mean HOURS of listening, and lifting solos, learning how to sing to it, getting the feel of odd-time signatures, complex arrangements...I really cut my teeth on this stuff. Nobody understood my affinity for them at the time, since they weren't in vogue (prog-rock had fallen on hard times in the 80s), but I didn't care. This stuff spoke to my soul. Just enough anger and emotion in there to satisfy my appetite for teenage angst, too.

They say what you listened to in your teen years stays with you forever (be careful out there Bieber fans).

For me, there are no regrets. Marillion still sounds as great as ever, 30 years later...


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