Banks, Peter

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Peter Banks
Used - LP - SVNA 7256
Near Mint 1973 UK Textured Gatefold Original. Features Phil Collins, Ray Bennett, John Whetton, Jan Akkerman, Mike Hough And Steve Hackett. more
Two Sides Of Peter Banks
Used - LP - SMAS 11217
Rare 1973 Gatefold Original. Features Phil Collins, Ray Bennett, John Whetton, Jan Akkerman, Mike Hough And Steve Hackett. Jacket VG++ / LP Appears Unplayed. more
Two Sides Of Peter Banks
Used - LP - SMAS 11217
1973 Gatefold Original. The Ex Yes Guitarist Is Joined By Phil Collins, Ray Bennett, John Whetton, Jan Akkerman, Mike Hough And Steve Hackett. “For Two Sides Of Peter Banks, The Ex-Guitarist From Yes Gathered An Impressive Group Of Guest Musicians, Including Genesis' Phil Collins And Steve Hackett And King Crimson's John Wetton. Most Importantly, The Whole Album Was Written And Recorded With Netherlands Guitarist Jan Akkerman (Of Focus). The First Six Tracks Make Up A Suite (Early Themes Are Recapitulated Toward The End) Ranging From Acoustic Duets ("Visions Of The King") To Full-Blown Instrumental Progressive Rock Numbers ("Knights") That Bear Noticeable Similarities With Some Material Steve Hackett Would Record For His First Solo Album Voyage Of The Acolyte. Some Sections (Like "Battles") Are Surprisingly Sloppy And Show Poor Production, But Overall The Material Is Engaging For The Prog Fan And Is Worthy Of The Attention Of Anyone Fond Of Steve Hackett's Mid-'70s Albums. "Beyond The Loneliest Sea" Is A Delicate Akkerman Tune, While "Stop That!" Is An Extended Jam Of Medium Interest (Banks And Akkerman Trade Some Nice Solos). Two Sides Of Peter Banks Is The Most Progressive Effort The Guitarist Released After His Departure From Yes. If It Weren't For The Star-Heavy Cast This Album Would Be Nothing More Than An Enjoyable Curiosity, But Fans Of Genesis And Focus Should Find It An Important Addition To Their Collections.” All Music Guide - François Couture. more
Two Sides Of Peter Banks
New - LP - SMAS 11217
Factory Sealed, Rare 1973 Gatefold Original. Crisp Jacket With Clean Cut Out Hole. The Ex Yes Guitarist Is Joined By Phil Collins, Ray Bennett, John Whetton, Jan Akkerman, Mike Hough And Steve Hackett. “For Two Sides Of Peter Banks, The Ex-Guitarist From Yes Gathered An Impressive Group Of Guest Musicians, Including Genesis' Phil Collins And Steve Hackett And King Crimson's John Wetton. Most Importantly, The Whole Album Was Written And Recorded With Netherlands Guitarist Jan Akkerman (Of Focus). The First Six Tracks Make Up A Suite (Early Themes Are Recapitulated Toward The End) Ranging From Acoustic Duets ("Visions Of The King") To Full-Blown Instrumental Progressive Rock Numbers ("Knights") That Bear Noticeable Similarities With Some Material Steve Hackett Would Record For His First Solo Album Voyage Of The Acolyte. Some Sections (Like "Battles") Are Surprisingly Sloppy And Show Poor Production, But Overall The Material Is Engaging For The Prog Fan And Is Worthy Of The Attention Of Anyone Fond Of Steve Hackett's Mid-'70s Albums. "Beyond The Loneliest Sea" Is A Delicate Akkerman Tune, While "Stop That!" Is An Extended Jam Of Medium Interest (Banks And Akkerman Trade Some Nice Solos). Two Sides Of Peter Banks Is The Most Progressive Effort The Guitarist Released After His Departure From Yes. If It Weren't For The Star-Heavy Cast This Album Would Be Nothing More Than An Enjoyable Curiosity, But Fans Of Genesis And Focus Should Find It An Important Addition To Their Collections.” All Music Guide - François Couture. more

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