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Steve Hackett - Till We Have Faces CD (album) cover

TILL WE HAVE FACES

Steve Hackett

 

Eclectic Prog

2.36 | 191 ratings

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sussexbowler
5 stars Back in the day, I used to listen to 2 albums all the way through, all the time. One of those was Peter Gabriel's 'So', whilst, surprisingly, the other was this. I appreciated the 'Brazilain' twist to it (I like my percussion), as after Peter Gabriel's 4th album percussion would never be the same for me anyway.

In the original song order it flowed nicely (except the very last song), and overall, I thought it a great album. Why, in heavens, they altered the order that the songs were in on the original LP I just can't grasp.

In later years I came up with a philosophy about dealing with Steve Hackett albums. That was that, overall, they could be an indifferent listen, but that there was usually one or two tracks that would really hit the mark. To this end, both 'Let me count the ways' and 'Whats's my name' are essential. The Brazilian rhythms in 'Matilda Smith-Williams home for the aged' are excellent too, so we're probably getting 3 strong tracks here. These songs are way above a 2 star rating, and deserve to be heard.

Essential listening? Absolutely, for the reasons I mention above. Don't discount the quality of these three songs.

sussexbowler | 5/5 |

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