Black Light - Steve Hackett - The Tokyo Tapes Volume Two (CD)

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  1. Grojind says:
    The album was compiled from two concerts at Koseinenkin Hall in Tokyo, Japan on 16 & 17 December The album also contains two Steve Hackett studio tracks. In , a live DVD also called The Tokyo Tapes and culled from the same two performances was released.
  2. Kigarg says:
    The first encore was Black Light, from Steve’s first acoustic album Bay Of Kings. If you listen closely you will recognize the beginning of Cuckoo Cocoon ( – ). Black Light is one of his best acoustic pieces and a real treat, particularly on the video. The Steppes is another piece from Steve’s most successful period as a solo.
  3. Dushakar says:
    Aug 09,  · The Tokyo Tapes is ex-Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett's live album featuring a progressive rock supergroup line-up of John Wetton (from King Crimson, UK, Asia), Chester Thompson (from Weather Report, Frank Zappa, Genesis live), Ian McDonald (from King Crimson, Foreigner) and rounded out by keyboardist Julian Colbeck (worked with Yes spin-off Anderson Bruford Wakeman .
  4. Zolotilar says:
    GENRE: PROGRESSIVE ROCK Tracking list: CD 1: Watcher Of The Skies Riding The Colossus Firth Of Fifth Battlelines Camino Royale The Court Of The Crimson King Horizons Walking Away From Rainbows Heat Of The Moment CD 2: In That Quiet Earth Vampyre Wit.
  5. Brarr says:
    This 2 CD plus DVD box set from shows in Tokyo on December 16 and 17 is a jewel (and includes 3 filler songs that were recorded in studio - tracks 9, 10 and 11 on disc 2 - with a different lineup)/5(29).
  6. Daisida says:
    Label: Original Masters - 1 2 • Format: CD CD Enhanced All Media Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock Steve Hackett - The Tokyo Tapes (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(7).
  7. Nemi says:
    This double CD has about one CD's worth of five star material and some less successful material. It starts out with another unnecessary version of the tedious "Watcher of the Skies" and then goes to a mediocre Hackett solo number/5(4).
  8. Tanos says:
    The two studio tracks that close the second CD feature Hackett on guitar and percussion and Iron Friedman on keyboards and programming; they're rather interesting, though not as good as those performed live. Overall, "The Tokyo Tapes" is surely a recommended listen for every self-respecting fan of '70s prog rock.4/5(26).

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