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ARCHIVE COLLECTION VOL II

Anthony Phillips

Symphonic Prog


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4 stars Anthony is one of my favorite musicians of all times. This Cd contains different styles from all of his privates parts an pieces. It's extrordinary to see how every song mingles in the tradition of his tranquil music. It has an instrumental called Bleak House, from the Sides Cd, which transports you to the best Genesis area. You can 't miss these one, it's incredible. Thanks Anthony wherever you are!!!
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3 stars I finally got my grubby little hands on this album. It's a diamond in the rough. Twenty-one tracks that include demos, alternate versions, and heretofore unreleased songs. I cannot fathom why Ant chose to exclude some of the unreleased material before this! These pieces stand up with any of his other stuff. It's a good sampling of his later work. But for me, less revelatory than Archive Vol. I. If you're a fan of Ant's, it's well worth getting. Really more like 3.5 stars.
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Posted Monday, April 18, 2005 | Review Permalink

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