Steve Hackett, Steven Wilson, Fish, Toto et des dizaines de chroniques de CD et DVD...
La boutique AmarokProg
Rock Prog etc.
- Le blog de Frédéric Delage !
Livres sur le Progressif
- Chroniques du Rock Progressif
- Anthologie du Rock Progressif
- YES, un sentiment océanique...
- Musical Box
- Le Rock Progressif Anglais
- Pink Floyd par Nick Mason
Pays : England
Genre : Rock Progressif Symphonique
Dates : 1950
URL : cliquez ici
Acheter un album de Steve Hackett
- Steve Hackett a été consulté 57620 fois
- Steve Hackett a une moyenne de : 7.94 sur 10
- Steve Hackett a reçu 396 note(s) et 27 critique(s)
- Steve Hackett est classé : 758 ème
Steve Hackett's career has been an on-going love affair with music. Over the last 24 or so years has continued to amaze and delight both his fans and his critics with the breadth and depth of the music that he has produced.
It began with various bands in which he was very much a session player - Canterbury Glass and Sarabande to name but two. Steve's first foray into the world of recording came however, when he joined the band Quiet World in 1970. In a recent interview he recalled the circumstances in which the album came to be recorded
"It was three South African brothers, the Heathers, who wrote the stuff. Their father was a medium and they had lived in England and then moved back to South Africa only to return again later. Their father stayed behind in Africa and he used to send them tapes of various characters speaking through him and it was very strange as we used to sit down and listen to these tapes and one of these characters was called Kutumi who claimed to be the spirit of music ... it depends whether you like that album; I think of it more as a product of its time rather than a great album but ... he described the way in which the music could be written and he described it in visual terms ... he said what was going to happen ... there was going to be a mixture of cultures ... the white and black races as it were, were going to merge and there was going to be a kind of hybrid and modern music would include the sounds of the street and I still use it as an influence ... those were some of the things he said."
This album, titled 'The Road', was released in 1970 by Dawn Records and was also reputedly re-issued by that label in Japan.
Steve's career with Genesis has been exhaustively covered elsewhere however it would be inappropriate not to say something about his time with that most influential and enduring of seventies superbands.
Steve joined in early 1971 as a replacement for founder member Anthony Phillips when ...
Lire la suite
Voir toutes les infos pour Steve Hackett
Voir tous les articles pour Steve Hackett
Voir toutes les videos pour Steve Hackett (3 disponibles)
AmarokProg - Rock, Folk, Rock Alternatif, Metal, Prog Rock, Hard Rock, Blues, Bluegrass, Jazz, Celtique... le webzine musical avec albums, groupes, discographies, critiques, videos et extraits...