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ONCE ABOVE A TIME (DVD)

Steve Hackett

 

Eclectic Prog

4.31 | 71 ratings

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lor68
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4 stars Well a number of great classics, plus his best "resume" of the middle period and a few tunes of the modern times as well; for me altogether represent the best video composition from his long career, also regarding of the quality picture!! Interesting albums such as "To Watch the Storms", including his best Genesis-oriented track entitled " Circus of Becoming", are well represented here..."Blood On the Rooftops" is enriched by means of a great live band performance, including the enthralling solo of "Firth of Fifth" and of course "Los Endos" at the end, like in the famous concert of "Seconds Out". Therefore there a few standard tunes, taken directly from his own solo works concerning his old catalogue, of which I like to remind you of the immortal songs such as "Ace of Wands" , "Please Don't Touch" and the fantastic "Spectral Mornings"!! As usual considered as must-have,especially for the prog fans, it's always fine listening to them, thanks to the perfect execution by Steve and also regarding of his remarkable arrangements live on stage!!If you're into his old stuff you are always excited; otherwise if you're not completely fond of the whole stuff, you can be satisfied anyway...ESSENTIAL LIVE DVD - CONCERNING THE BEST STUFF FROM STEVE!!
lor68 | 4/5 |

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