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Anthony Phillips


Symphonic Prog

4.02 | 336 ratings

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4 stars This is a great album with intricate guitars and beautiful flutes. It an album of medieval qualities and lovely harmonies. The guitars speak throughout the album they tell us story's of triumphant battles and tales of sorrow. This album really gives the listener a vast array of feelings throughout the 50 minutes. Anthony Phillips really produced a phenomenal work of art with this 1977 album. He incorporated the use of 12, 6 string acoustic and Classical guitars. Phil Collins helped out with the vocals on "Which way the wind blows" and "God, if I saw her now" he also contributed on the drums throughout the album. This is a very folksy sounding album with obvious classical influences and beautiful guitar melodies. He tops it of with some deep, but fitting lyrics on "Collections" (sung by Ant). This is a really great Symphonic Folk album and I highly recommend it to all Genesis fans and 12 string lovers. I give it 4 stars for a job well done!
Canprog | 4/5 |


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