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VOYAGE OF THE ACOLYTE

Steve Hackett

 

Eclectic Prog

4.21 | 899 ratings

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bjornar90
4 stars Recorded and released between "The Lamb" and "Trick of the tail", "Voyage" is more acoustic and even more "free" than any of the Genesis albums at that time. It's full of creativity and magical themes. Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford is featured on all songs and both does a great job here. My favorite songs are "Ace of Wands", with it's weird time signature (14/8 ?) and catchy riff, "Hands of the Priestess", "A Tower Struck Down", and "Shadow of the Hierophant". The rest is also good but lacks the fire of the songs i just mentioned. Overall; not perfect but still highly recommended! 4 stars.
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