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Prog Review 415 – Another Life – John Hackett

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Prog Review 403 – Defector – Steve Hackett

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Prog Review 380 – Northlands – Tony Patterson & Brendan Eyre

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Prog Review 150 – Voyage of the Acolyte – Steve Hackett

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So I decided to look at the first solo albums from the various alumni of Genesis. I shall be moving through them in chronological sequence, so keep an eye out for them.

Prog Review 72 – Steve Hackett 20 May 2012 Islington Assembly Hall

I was fortunate enough to be one of the few to catch Steve Hackett and his band perform at the Islington Assembly Hall where he put on a show for charity and played a healthy dollop of Genesis hits and his own works.

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Setlist

Classical Gas (exerpt into)
Horizons
Hands of the Priestess
Blood on the Rooftops
Fly on a Windshield
Firth of Fifth
Watcher of the Skies
The Carpet Crawlers
Ace of Wands
Shadow of the Hierophant

Interval

Loch Lomond
Fire on the Moon
A Place Called Freedom
Enter the Night
Til These Eyes
Waking to Life
Sleepers

Encore:
Every Day
Spectral Mornings

Prog Review 60: The Geese & The Ghost – Anthony Phillips

After reading your wonderful comments, I realised that there was a genuine interest in hearing my thoughts on Anthony Phillips – yes, I do plan to do a primer in the future though I might have to split it into two or just make it an hour long – and so here is me ruminating on his wonderful debut, “The Geese & The Ghost”.

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