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    Main » 2010 » May » 2 » Steve Hackett - 1984 - Till We Have Faces
    Steve Hackett - 1984 - Till We Have Faces

    genre: new wave eclectic
    country: uk
    quality : lossless (ape vinyl rip, cue, scans)
    time: 41'27"
    size: 233 mb

    from George Starostin's Review:
    I was just about to transfer the sentence "this is completely unlike whatever you'd expect from Steve" from my mind on to the screen, but then I fortunately caught myself just in time and realized that I already wrote something like this about Cured, and the reader might thus be tricked into thinking that, like all of Steve's 'unpredictable' moves, this record blows. Not at all. I originally planned to give it a 10, but the record has so much potential that it keeps growing on you after each listen - I'm still not sure if it's a really strong eleven, but it's so adventurous I'm really having a good time following Steve in all of his directions.
    The pretentious album cover hearkens back to the epoch of Voyage Of The Acolyte, but the two albums sound nothing like each other. Till We Have Faces isn't really progressive rock; it's a record that transcends style and leads us on a strange journey through Hackett's musical vision of the mid-Eighties, a vision that was certainly far less limited and far more tasteful than that of many of his contemporaries. ....

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    02 - Matilda Smith-Williams Home For The Aged 8:12
    03 - Let Me Count The Ways 6:11
    04 - A Doll Thatґs Made In Japan 3:54
    05 - Myopia 3:00
    06 - Whatґs My Name 7:10
    07 - The Rio Connection 3:26
    08 - Taking The Easy Way Out 3:52
    09 - When You Wish Upon A Star

    Bass - Ronaldo Diamante
    Drums - Rui Motta , Serginho
    Drums, Percussion - Ian Mosley
    Flute, Percussion - Waldemar Falcão
    Keyboards, Percussion, Drum Programming, Co-producer - Nick Magnus
    Percussion - Baca , Jaburu , Junior Homrich , Peninha , Sidinho Moreira , Zizinho
    Piano - Fernando Moura
    Synthesizer - Clive Stevens
    Vocals - Kim Poor (tracks: A4)

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