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3.52 | 137 ratings | 1 reviews | 15% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Gavottes BWV 1012 (3:59)
2. Courante BWV 1009 (3:05)
3. Jesu Joy BWV 147 (3:26)
4. The Fountain Suite (8:19)
5. The Earle of Salisbury (1:30)
6. La Catedral (2:53)
7. El Noy de la Mare (2:13)
8. Cascada (3:04)
9. Sapphires (1:41)
10. Prelude in D, BWV 998 (1:49)
11. Prelude in C Min, BWV 999 (1:14)
12. Chaconne BWV 1004 (12:35)
13. La Maja de Goya (4:59)

Total Time 50:47

Bonus track on 2015 Edel remaster:
14. Through the Trees

Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Hackett / classical guitar with nylon strings

Releases information

SH plays as a tribute compositions from J. S. Bach (tracks 1-3, 10-12), Segovia (4), William Byrd (5), Barrios (6), Rodrigo (8) & Granados (13) besides a Traditional theme (7) and a SH own composition (9)

Artwork: Paul Cox (photo) with Pentagram (design)

CD Camino Records ‎- CAMCD39 (2007, UK)
CD Edel Records ‎- 0210345EMU (2015, Germany) Remastered w/ 1 bonus track

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STEVE HACKETT Tribute ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(15%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(35%)
Good, but non-essential (34%)
Collectors/fans only (13%)
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Review by colorofmoney91
4 stars Tribute is essentially Steve Hackett's tribute to the great Andres Segovia (who I've honestly never cared for), playing some of Segovia's favorite compositions. The styles of composition here are not of Hackett's creation, obviously, but are tracks ranging from baroque to 20th century Spanish styles, all of which Hackett executes with precision and passion both. His takes on these compositions are original though, and he often uses a softer touch than more well known classical guitarists, and it definitely gives all of these compositions a uniquely Steve Hackett flavor. This album is great for the classical guitar aficionados who also happen to be a big Steve Hackett fan. You honestly cannot go wrong considering the player and the selections being played.

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