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Steve Hackett - Genesis Revisited: Live At The Royal Albert
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Steve Hackett - Genesis Revisited: Live At The Royal Albert Hall (2014)

Full BluRay 1:1 | BDMV | 1080i MPEG-4 AVC @ 19958 kbps; 29,970 fps | 02:26:03 | 44.18 GB
Audio1: English DTS-HD MA 5.1 / 48 kHz / 3947 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
Audio2: English LPCM 2.0 / 48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit
Genre: Rock, Progressive Rock | Subtitles: None

‘With both the Genesis Revisited tour and album I feel I've given people
something they had really wanted for a long time’ says legendary
guitarist Steve Hackett, and that certainly seemed to be the case when
he released ‘Genesis Revisited II’ in October 2012. Met with a
vociferous and fantastic response from fans and critics alike, it was
clear that there was an appetite for these classic songs, with the album
reaching the number 26 spot in the UK National Album Charts.
• The ensuing tour was met with an equally stunning reception, and on
the 10th May 2013, Steve Hackett and his band performed a sold-out show
at London’s legendary Hammersmith Apollo. For that night, his usual band
which includes Nad Sylvan (vocals), Lee Pomeroy (bass &
twelve-string), Roger King (keyboards), Gary O’Toole (drums) and Rob
Townsend (saxophone, woodwind) were joined by a host of guests that had
previously appeared on the studio album, to create a special show. As
Steve himself remarks, ‘playing to a sold-out Hammersmith Apollo was
truly a homecoming to remember and in front of such a great crowd.’
• Joining him for the rapturously received performance that evening were
Nik Kershaw, John Wetton, Amanda Lehman, Steve Rothery and Jakko
Jaksyzk, who all gave sublime performances on the night, providing their
considerable talents on tracks like ‘The Lamia’ and ‘Afterglow’. Not
only that, but the band tackled the full 23- minute progressive rock
classic ‘Supper’s Ready’ as well as other fan favourites such as
‘Watcher Of The Skies’ and ‘Dance On A Volcano’. ‘A particular moment
from the London show that I remember is the standing ovation to The
Musical Box; I felt the team really delivered’ says Hackett, but the
reality is that the evening was full of these kind of moments from start
to finish, and this DVD document is proof of that.

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Reviews: At first glance I was not entirely convinced there was a genuine reason for this release, after all the guitar legend scooped
Prog Magazine’s 2013 Progressive Music Award for “Event Of The Year”
following another Genesis Revisited sell out performance at London’s
Hammersmith Apollo. So why the release of a second CD/DVD box set inside
of 12 months capturing his Genesis Revisited tour only this time filmed
at the Royal Albert Hall?
Any artist/group would choose the Royal Albert Hall over the Hammersmith
Odeon just on prestige alone, and maybe Steve choose to record this
event for posterity, after all the reaction to the tour – worldwide –
has been unprecedented, with more UK dates added in October / November
2014 to satisfy demand.
But there must be more to it than that, and there is, a change in the setlist.
But this does present something of a quandary for fans. Is it worth
buying ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ in addition to ‘Hammersmith’? And
if you have neither, which one then is the better buy?
The set list was altered for the second leg of the tour, with the
‘Albert Hall’ gig gaining ‘Carpet Crawlers’, ‘The Return Of The Giant
Hogweed’, ‘Horizons’, ‘Ripples’ and ‘The Fountain Of Salmacis’ at the
expense of Hammersmith’s ‘The Chamber Of 32 Doors’, ‘The Lamia’, ‘Shadow
Of The Hierophant’, ‘Blood On The Rooftops’, ‘Entangled’ and ‘Eleventh
Earl Of Mar’.
In order to re-live such a seminal chapter of prog rock history live on
stage for Genesis Revisited, Hackett surrounded himself with a team of
exceptional musicians including keyboardist Roger King (Gary Moore,
Snoop Dog, Jamelia), Gary O’Toole (Chrissie Hynde, Kylie Minogue) on
drums, percussion and vocals, Rob Townsend (Eddie Henderson, Bill
Bruford, Django Bates) on sax, flute and percussion, Lee Pomeroy (Rick
Wakeman, Take That) on bass, and Nad Sylvan (Abbas’s Michael B Tretow)
on vocals.
Special guests are Roine Stolt and Amanda Lehmann reprising their
respective album contributions on ‘The Return Of The Giant Hogweed’ and
‘Ripples’, Ray Wilson does exceptionally well with lead vocal on ‘Carpet
Crawlers’ plus ‘I Know What I Like’, and not to be outdone, a certain
John Wetton sings on ‘Firth Of Fifth’.
Deconstruct this, analyze it, and then put it all back together again,
and then you really have a choice to make, Visually and audibly, there’s
little to pick between these stunningly masterful performances, the
only choice you have to make, is which songs you want to hear, and being
Genesis fans we want to hear them all, so if you have one, buy the
other, and if you have none, buy them both, as you will regret it if you


1. Dance on a Volcano
2. Dancing With the Moonlit Knight
3. Fly on a Windshield
4. Broadway Melody of 1974 (Vocals: Gary O'Toole)
5. The Carpet Crawlers (with Ray Wilson)
6. The Return of the Giant Hogweed (with Roine Stolt)
7. The Musical Box
8. Horizons
9. Unquiet Slumbers for the Sleepers...
10. ...In That Quiet Earth
11. Afterglow
12. I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) (with Ray Wilson)
13. Firth of Fifth (with John Wetton)
14. Ripples (with Amanda Lehmann)
15. The Fountain of Salmacis
16. Supper's Ready
17. Watcher of the Skies
18. Los Endos

19. Backstage
20. Album By Album

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