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    Posted: May 21 2012 at 05:52

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SVjF4GGVNg


Hi guys


An interview with Steve Hackett and Mark Powell 2 weeks ago. Hope you enjoy.

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That led me to a really great interview on LickLibrary where he jams with the interviewer and talks quite a lot about Genesis.

http://www.licklibrary.com/lessons/1062/steve-hackett/steve-hackett-interview
"It isn't that Americans don't understand sarcasm, it's just that they have a very high tolerance for genuine idiots."
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What!? He has been working on a project with Elizabeth Fraser!? That's what he says. A whole album?
 
Total news to me.
 
 
"Fraser has quietly assembled almost an album's worth of new material, which will form the basis of a 75-minute set with a band
including Reece, multi-instrumentalist Thighspaulsandra from experimental band Coil and ex-Spiritualized bassist Sean Cook. Ex-Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett may also feature.
 
"The new songs aren't like the Cocteau Twins," she insists. Titles and lyrics are still a work in progress. "But the atmospheres are
different. There are subtleties and different colours. It's not a constant voice all the time."
 
Steve Hackett working together with Elizabeth Fraser, such great news! Even if it is unlikely that they have written anything together, it sounds like an interesting project.
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