C. Jacobs

Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (26 of 33)
Location: Notts UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 208,088 - Total Helpful Votes: 26 of 33
From Genesis To Revelation (180g Clear Vinyl Embos&hellip ~ Genesis
Can't really say any words re the album other than if you are a fan of the group in whatever guise and even if you already have many other UK and or international vinyl or cd copies mono or stereo original mint issues for the price this must be worth it, as it's a different enough version in that it has an embossed gatefold sleeve and clear vinyl edition.
Yes it is for completists.
Lifesigns ~ Lifesigns
Lifesigns ~ Lifesigns
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I'll keep it simple, bloody well buy it!! If you like complex time structures and tempo changes then this is for you. Remember years ago when you had exhausted all music and were looking for more, but not more of the same, then this is exactly that. Five pieces of sheer brilliance all merging to create a lovely work. I ordered it has to be said on the strength that Mr Hackett had it mentioned on his web site, without listening and was not disappointed
COME ON CHERRY RED GET THIS OUT ON 2lp ASAP. We music lovers and prog aficionados are begging you.
Asan aside also get The Rome Pro(g)ject also including two of the best pieces by one Mr Hackett.
Genesis Revisited II [Limited Edition] [VINYL] ~ Steve Hackett
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
WOW!!. What more can one say. This has been 35 years and many albums and digressions under the bridge, in the making. Sh finally lays the monkey to rest. He has said well they want it let them have it and boy do we get it. 4 different quadruple LP versions, a hard cover double cd and the obligatory Japanese cd version. Blue vinyl exclusive to SH web site only 200 copies now sold out, Clear Vinyl exclusive to the record label web site and black and white vinyl editions. There is a signed lithograph of the cover art and T shirt and polo shirt also available if you know where to look. All tracks are stunninly recreated / redone with emphasis obviously towards guitar - hence no Cinema… Read more

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