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Out Of The Tunnel's Mouth

3 May 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 30 April 2010
  • Release Date: 30 April 2010
  • Label: Century Media Records Ltd
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 Century MediaThis label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved.(C) EMI Music Germany GmbH & Co. KG
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  • Total Length: 45:37
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  • ASIN: B003GODDPQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,442 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By VISA/Dankort on 26 Jan. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is so far the best album from Steve Hackett since the genesis years, I have followed his work since the first solo album and this has some of the freshness which were on those first albums, coverart could be better, but what the hell :o) This album has all the aspects of Steve Hackett's music, from soft romantic to scarry mystical passages into Prog Rock, BUY IT, you will not regret!!!
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Toad Man Gung on 8 Jan. 2010
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Here is another masterpiece from one of the most creative and imaginative musicians/composers on the planet. Like his previous albums Wild Orchids, To Watch the Storms, Darktown and others, this new one boldly goes where few are going: music and songs of real imagination, depth, power and passion. Melodies and lyrics hit straight to the heart and arrangements blow the mind. Not to mention the brilliant playing and performances. A real shame that he is so under appreciated because his albums, this included, beat the heck out of every light-weight album by Phil Collins and every post-Gabriel Genesis album. To anyone who seeks uncompromising music of adventure and integrity, this album and the music of this man is the real deal. Procure at once and you will not be disappointed!! Sheer genius....
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. J. Pitcher on 14 July 2010
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In my opinion Mr H is the only member of the classic Genesis 5 piece line-up to emerge with both his integrity and artistic mojo well intact. Sonically he's the master of dynamism, "Fire on the Moon" being a classic example of a sly beginning betraying the big forces never far up his sleeve. The album's lyrics give us, whether we want it or not, an insight into his relationship with Kim Poor, and quite honestly I find that side of it all a bit doleful and perhaps a bit too personal. "Emerald and Ash" with its sonic insinuations as well as lyrical ones makes you feel you've lived some of their personal history a bit too vicariously. I can't be alone in wishing them both well, but I feel like the mutual friend stranded between loyalties in someone else's divorce and that always makes me feel awkward. All that aside, Steve remains an unsung hero, deserving of far greater success with an enviable work ethic for which he should be rewarded suitably. "Out of the Tunnel's Mouth" shows just how much he can still knock out new fusions and make musical connections with singular originality. Whether it's better or worse than previous releases is a bit of fatuous chin-stroking; Steve's always worth a punt of your shekels and this one is no different. Buy, play, enjoy, empathise and wish you too could play the guitar this well!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Keith on 4 Oct. 2012
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I have to say, I love this piece of music. Its now on my priority list of music at the moment. I listen a lot to the old Genesis albums and decided to give this one a go. I have not been dissapointed. From start to finish played on a good system its a gem. My Bose has not sounded so good for a while.
If you love wind and wuthering,trick of the tail etc then try this.
Also been backtracking to Steve Hillage Green, another nice piece of music.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Green VINE VOICE on 17 Jun. 2010
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You know how it is with buses, none for ages then several all come along at the same time...well, 2010 is shaping up on the same basis on the guitar wizard front.
Having only just extricated the most recent and best offering from Jeff Beck from my CD player, now we get the latest set of tunes from one of the most under-rated musicians/songwriters that GB has ever turned out and again, (IMHO) this has got to be the best and indeed, most eclectic mix ever.
While I have sometimes been taken aback by Steve because of the variety of styles he can turn out in one album, one thing you cannot get away from is the man's originality and all here beautifully showcased. If heavy electric rock/blues is your thing, then "Tubehead" and "Still Waters" will have you tapping your feet particularly the latter with it's soaring, chattering, sometimes manic solos.
The closing track "Last Train To Istanbul" evidences Steve's ability to take evocative eastern music and turn it into a beautiful, soaring musical landscape. For the eclectic mix of styles, try "Nomads" which combines a flamenco opening and finishes with a rocking flurry and the classy "Ghost In The Glass" provides the slightly jazzier end.
The bonus album is simply that - some live renditions of some of Steve's concert favourites - although I have to add that I have heard better versions - it's just the singing that's a little shaky - but on top of that there is an extra studio cut too in the form of "Every Star In The Night Sky" which for some reason, didn't make the cut for the main album.........although it most certainly should have!
If you know the man's music, you don't need to be told - for everyone else, what on earth are you waiting for....BUY!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. Buxton on 26 Dec. 2010
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I agree! Greatly missed when he left Genesis! Always was and always will be a class guitarist, but his albums from his first to his present are at times hard to get into, very experimental at times sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't, most I like some I don't! Just wish he'd have employed a good solid vocalist though.
Anyway back to this album, after a few listens I got into this and it's very strong early on `Fire on the Moon' and `Emerald & Ash' are my favourite tracks, then fizzles out a bit over the last couple of tracks, not as strong an album as Spectral Mornings, Defector, Highly Strung or Cured, but still worth buying, as its far superior than some of the rubbish music that's being released upon us at the moment? Keep it up Mr Hackett!!!!
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