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SPECTRAL MORNINGS

Steve Hackett

 

Eclectic Prog

4.16 | 571 ratings

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proggy
5 stars 1979. "Spectral Mornings". Steve Hackett's third album and second after leaving Genesis in 1977. IMO this is the album that gave him the confidence that he could survive on his own. I never had a doubt. Musically, I feel it is his best record to date. Instrumentals such as Spectral Mornings, Lost Time In Cordoba, and the power prog driven and fan favorite " Clocks" dispalys how is playing and writing skills would be sorely on later Genesis records. Vocally I have always felt that he was underrated and underappreciated. My favorite track on the album is "Tigermoth". His guitar playing and textures created can send the listener soaring through the atomsphere. Thank You Steve, I love your style. It so original and atomsphereic........5 Stars.......
proggy | 5/5 |

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