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Steve Hackett


Eclectic Prog

3.97 | 118 ratings

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3 stars I usually don't like live albums so I won't comment much on this one except to say that its song list is impressive and the performance quite convincing, as is the case with most HACKETT material. The sole reason for this review is to let you know about two gems found at the end of the second CD, two instrumental pieces you won't find on any official HACKETT album: "Firewall" and "The Dealer". These sizzling studio gems are uplifting, funky and so totally wacko you just can't get enough of them. They'd bring the house down on any concert night. Personally, I would have bought the double CD just for these two!
Hibou | 3/5 |


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