Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings CD (album) cover


Steve Hackett


Eclectic Prog

4.16 | 643 ratings

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4 stars The third album of ex Genesis axeman Steve Hackett - Spectral mornings leave no much to complain. After all this is his best album better structured then the first and second with much variety on songs. With some influences from east Asia music on The Red Flower of Tachai Blooms Everywhere, shows that Steve Hackett is opened for many sounds not only dark atmosphere that is on some pieces, specialy Clocks. Another stunning piece is the opening track called Every day - super well played, in fact the best track on the album along with the title track Spectral mornings, the rest are clear good. In the end a 4 star album, i can't give five stars because some tracks are not bad but are less enjoyble like The Ballad Of The Decomposing Man and Tigermoth. Recommended among the best albums of the '70.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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