Anthony Phillips - The Geese And The Ghost CD (album) cover


Anthony Phillips


Symphonic Prog

4.02 | 265 ratings

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5 stars It had been six years since Anthony Phillips had left the Genesis.After several complications in the production and recording company, he finally released his album "The Geese and the Ghost"in spring 1977.

This album is beautiful and wonderful.This are the right words to describe.There a pastoral atmosphere so intense ... the sound is relaxing and melodic influences of the vast knowledge of classical music acquired by Phillips.The musicality of this album I immediately refers to the albums "Trespass"and "Nursery Crime" from Genesis (the climate of folk songs like "Dusk" or "For Absent Friends" can be felt here) and, of course, the classic "Si On Avait Besoin D'une Cinqui'me Saison "from Harmonium.

Each song has its special touch and its beauty, but the title track ... is simply splendid.One of my favorite tracks of ever.The oboe, acoustic guitar, each instrument in harmony to produce one of the most beautiful music of progressive rock .

4.5 stars, believe me!

voliveira | 5/5 |


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