Hackett, Steve

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Hackett, Steve - Cured Cured
Pop New - LP ARE 37632 Charisma
Sealed Canadian Pressing. The Closest Thing To A True Solo Album Since Hackett Left Genesis.... more details
 
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Spectral Mornings
Pop Used - LP RJ 7601 Charisma
Japanese Pressing W/Obi.... more details
 
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Spectral Mornings
Pop Used - LP RJ 7601 Charisma
Japanese Pressing W/Obi. ... more details
 
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Voyage Of The Acolyte
Pop Used - LP RJ 7074 Charisma
Japanese Pressing. No Obi. ... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Please Don't Touch Please Don't Touch
Prog New - LP CHR 1176 Chrysalis
Sealed 1978 Original, CC. His Second Album As Leader After Leaving Genesis And A Uniquely Effective Amalgam Of Progressive Rock And Pop.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Voyage Of The Acolyte Voyage Of The Acolyte
Prog New - LP CHR 1112 Chrysalis
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original. "The Essence Of Progressive Music Is Characterized Perfectly On Voyage Of The Acolyte, Steve Hackett's First Solo Album. The Former Genesis Guitarist Uses His Instrumental Mastery To Conjure Up Musical Images Of Sorcerers, Magic, And Old English Castles With The Primary Use Of Keyboards And Electric Guitar. Phil Collins On Drums And Vibraphone And Mike Rutherford On Bass And Fuzz 12-String Contribute Their Talents To The Churning Synthesizers That Accompany Each Passage. The Basic Instrumental Elements Of Progressive Rock Are Heard Loud And Clear Throughout The Album, Including Mellotron, Harmonium, Flute, And Bells, And None With A Minor Role To Play. Collins, Hackett, And Sally Oldfield All Donate Their Voices To A Few Of The Songs Here, Adding A Nice Touch To The Heavy Insertion Of Electronics. Glimpses Of Oboe And Cello Can Be Detected Underneath Some Pleasurable Guitar Work In "The Lovers And "Hands Of The Priestess Part 1." Traces Of Yes Can Be Found All The Way Through The Album, But Especially On The 11:45 Grand Finale "Shadow Of The Hierophant" That Combines All The Instruments In A Colorful Bombardment Of Musical Fury. A True Progressive Masterpiece, Voyage Of The Acolyte Is An Album Firmly Stationed In The Upper Echelon Of Prog Rock." Mike DeGagne, AMG.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Voyage Of The Acolyte Voyage Of The Acolyte
Prog Used - LP CHR 1112 Chrysalis
Beautiful 1976 Green Promo Label Gatefold Original, 1B/1C Stampers. "The Essence Of Progressive Music Is Characterized Perfectly On Voyage Of The Acolyte, Steve Hackett's First Solo Album. The Former Genesis Guitarist Uses His Instrumental Mastery To Conjure Up Musical Images Of Sorcerers, Magic, And Old English Castles With The Primary Use Of Keyboards And Electric Guitar. Phil Collins On Drums And Vibraphone And Mike Rutherford On Bass And Fuzz 12-String Contribute Their Talents To The Churning Synthesizers That Accompany Each Passage. The Basic Instrumental Elements Of Progressive Rock Are Heard Loud And Clear Throughout The Album, Including Mellotron, Harmonium, Flute, And Bells, And None With A Minor Role To Play. Collins, Hackett, And Sally Oldfield All Donate Their Voices To A Few Of The Songs Here, Adding A Nice Touch To The Heavy Insertion Of Electronics. Glimpses Of Oboe And Cello Can Be Detected Underneath Some Pleasurable Guitar Work In "The Lovers And "Hands Of The Priestess Part 1." Traces Of Yes Can Be Found All The Way Through The Album, But Especially On The 11:45 Grand Finale "Shadow Of The Hierophant" That Combines All The Instruments In A Colorful Bombardment Of Musical Fury. A True Progressive Masterpiece, Voyage Of The Acolyte Is An Album Firmly Stationed In The Upper Echelon Of Prog Rock." Mike DeGagne, AMG. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Till We Have Faces Till We Have Faces
Pop New - LP FV 41571 Chrysalis
Sealed 1984 Original. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Defector Defector
Pop Used - LP CDS 4018 Charisma
1980 Original In Custom Inner. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Highly Strung Highly Strung
Pop New - LP BFE 38515 Chrysalis
Sealed 1983 Original. Light Top Right Crease. “Steve Hackett's Last Release For Charisma Records In Britain Is One Of His Strongest Efforts. Hackett Once Again Handles All The Lead Vocals, But Sounds More Assured In The Role Than He Did On Cured. This Album Spawned Hackett's One And Only Solo Hit Single, "Cell 151," Which Charted In Britain. With Its Heavily Gated Drum Sound (An Effect Pioneered By Hackett's Onetime Bandmate Phil Collins), "Cell 151" Had A Hard-Hitting, Modern Sound. This Production Style Ran Through The Whole Album, But Complemented Hackett's Songs To Great Effect. Strong Up-Tempo Numbers Like "Walking Through Walls" (Which Espoused The Virtues Of Pushing Your Boundaries Via A Daily Morning Jog) Alternated With Ballads Like "India Rubber Man," On Which The Guitarist Returned To His First Instrument, The Harmonica. Highly Strung Is A Fine Example Of Hackett's Skills As An Instrumentalist And Composer.” – Robin Platts, All Music Guide... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Bay Of Kings Bay Of Kings
Pop New - LP PV 41572 Chrysalis
Sealed 1983 Original.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Bay Of Kings Bay Of Kings
Pop Used - LP LMG LP 300 Lamborghini
1983 UK Lamborghini Label Original. LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Voyage Of The Acolyte Voyage Of The Acolyte
Prog Used - LP CAS 1111 Charisma
Beautiful 1975 UK Mad Hatter Label Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
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Voyage Of The Acolyte
Prog Used - LP CAS 1111 Charisma
Beautiful 1975 UK Mad Hatter Label Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. "The Essence Of Progressive Music Is Characterized Perfectly On Voyage Of The Acolyte, Steve Hackett's First Solo Album. The Former Genesis Guitarist Uses His Instrumental Mastery To Conjure Up Musical Images Of Sorcerers, Magic, And Old English Castles With The Primary Use Of Keyboards And Electric Guitar. Phil Collins On Drums And Vibraphone And Mike Rutherford On Bass And Fuzz 12-String Contribute Their Talents To The Churning Synthesizers That Accompany Each Passage. The Basic Instrumental Elements Of Progressive Rock Are Heard Loud And Clear Throughout The Album, Including Mellotron, Harmonium, Flute, And Bells, And None With A Minor Role To Play. Collins, Hackett, And Sally Oldfield All Donate Their Voices To A Few Of The Songs Here, Adding A Nice Touch To The Heavy Insertion Of Electronics. Glimpses Of Oboe And Cello Can Be Detected Underneath Some Pleasurable Guitar Work In "The Lovers And "Hands Of The Priestess Part 1." Traces Of Yes Can Be Found All The Way Through The Album, But Especially On The 11:45 Grand Finale "Shadow Of The Hierophant" That Combines All The Instruments In A Colorful Bombardment Of Musical Fury. A True Progressive Masterpiece, Voyage Of The Acolyte Is An Album Firmly Stationed In The Upper Echelon Of Prog Rock." Mike DeGagne, AMG. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Till We Have Faces Till We Have Faces
Pop Used - LP LMGLP 4000 Lamborghini
1984 UK Original Label In Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Cured Cured
Pop New - LP FE37632 Charisma
Sealed 1981 Original. The Closest Thing To A True Solo Album Since Hackett Left Genesis.... more details
 
Hackett, Steve - Voyage Of The Acolyte Voyage Of The Acolyte
Pop Used - LP CHR 1112 Chrysalis
1976 Green Label Gatefold Original. Jacket Has Light Ring Wear, LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. "The Essence Of Progressive Music Is Characterized Perfectly On Voyage Of The Acolyte, Steve Hackett's First Solo Album. The Former Genesis Guitarist Uses His Instrumental Mastery To Conjure Up Musical Images Of Sorcerers, Magic, And Old English Castles With The Primary Use Of Keyboards And Electric Guitar. Phil Collins On Drums And Vibraphone And Mike Rutherford On Bass And Fuzz 12-String Contribute Their Talents To The Churning Synthesizers That Accompany Each Passage. The Basic Instrumental Elements Of Progressive Rock Are Heard Loud And Clear Throughout The Album, Including Mellotron, Harmonium, Flute, And Bells, And None With A Minor Role To Play. Collins, Hackett, And Sally Oldfield All Donate Their Voices To A Few Of The Songs Here, Adding A Nice Touch To The Heavy Insertion Of Electronics. Glimpses Of Oboe And Cello Can Be Detected Underneath Some Pleasurable Guitar Work In "The Lovers And "Hands Of The Priestess Part 1." Traces Of Yes Can Be Found All The Way Through The Album, But Especially On The 11:45 Grand Finale "Shadow Of The Hierophant" That Combines All The Instruments In A Colorful Bombardment Of Musical Fury. A True Progressive Masterpiece, Voyage Of The Acolyte Is An Album Firmly Stationed In The Upper Echelon Of Prog Rock." Mike DeGagne, AMG.... more details
 

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