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VOYAGE OF THE ACOLYTE

Steve Hackett

 

Eclectic Prog

4.21 | 922 ratings

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prog4evr
4 stars The chronology , as quoted from the pictiorial biography of Genesis, 'I Know What I Like,' is quite clear in stating that "Voyage..." came right after "Lamb..." and right before "Trick of the Tail." I have always wondered why Tony Banks was never asked to join Hackett's solo project, as Collins and Rutherford did. Could it be that Hackett left Genesis due to personality conflict issues along with the fact that the band did not want to play his music (actually, both causes need not be mutually exclusive). I will say no more since so many other reviewers' accolades are "right on" regarding the prog greatness of this album. 'Shadow of the Hierophant' is my personal favorite, though some might argue it is repetitive. Some great classical and jazz music is repetitive also, so to each his own. Anyway, add it to your collection of 1970s progressive classics.
prog4evr | 4/5 |

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