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Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings (1989) Retail CD
Talk about Steve Hackett means to talk about one of the finest guitarrists that have existed. But steve is not just one of the best guitarrists - for me the best with Robert Fripp - in the Rock History, but also he is incredible in Classic style.I love Genesis with Hackett (since his lost has not been the same except "Duke".Steve shows he can work by himself, supported by musicians as big as Nick Magnus in the Keyboards. Spectral Mornings is one of the early Steve's works and is one of the best. The album demostrate Steve's quality and he can work every style with the maximun level. "Every daymore…" is a good beginning and sounds pop; "The Virgin and the Gypsy" is very romantic, as always Steve has been, both Genesis as by himself. His brother, John joins him with his flute and shows his brilliant effort and for me sounds more romantic thinking that two brothers work together and with the same concept of music. Twenty years later they've work together in "Sketches of Satie" with just guitar and flute. I've to tell that I have every single Steve's work and for me he represents Life in his music. Some other song in this album "Red flower of Tachai Blooms" shows Steve's world into some oriental style; this is a pretty one. Then you have some pure rock-almost heavy in "Clocks". Some other lovely song (listen to the end) is "Tigermoth" and to end, of course "Spectral Mornings" which represents Steve's style; sounds a clear and evolutive melody and is a perfect end. The whole album is an excellent work, but I have to tell some important aclaration: I'd not like to compare this album with the rest of Steve's material because every work is so different and every album is really awasome, but probably "Defector" is the one who sounds closer to "Spectral Mornigs". I'd like to talk about Steve much more, but I have some limit, both with the words in the page, but also with my English, which is not as technically good as I'd like, overall to describe such a Master musician as Steve Hackett.
|2||Virgin and the Gypsy|
|3||Red Flower of Tachai Blooms Everywhere|
|4||Clocks-The Angel of Mons|
|5||Ballad of the Decomposing Man - Steve Hackett,|
|6||Lost Time in Cordoba|
- Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings (1989) Retail CD
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