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Ace Of Wands - Steve Hackett - Voyage Of The Acolyte (CD, Album)

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  1. Voyage of the Acolyte, an Album by Steve Hackett. Released in on Virgin (catalog no. 2 8; CD). Genres: Symphonic Prog, Progressive Rock.
  2. Mar 28,  · The first track from the debut solo album by Steve Hackett: Voyage Of The Acolyte. Album: Voyage Of The Acolyte (). Track: Ace Of Wands.
  3. Jan 01,  · "Voyage of the Acolyte" is considered by many to be a 'lost' Genesis album. I only partly agree with this as I think this album has more of Hackett's stamp on it than Genesis'. From the very beginning, we launch into "Ace of Wands," which is an uptempo piece and goes through a myriad of moods and styles before finally deciding where to end up/5().
  4. 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 string.
  5. Ace Of Wands This song is by Steve Hackett and appears on the album Voyage Of The Acolyte ().
  6. With GENESIS on hiatus following the departure of PETER GABRIEL, guitarist STEVE HACKETT wasted little time in channeling his energy into an album of his own, "Voyage of the Acolyte". Even with a rhythm section of PHIL COLLINS and MIKE RUTHERFORD, few could have expected a progressive rock gem of this magnitude/5().
  7. Voyage Of The Acolyte, an album by Steve Hackett on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. Steve Hackett joined Genesis in , in time for Nursery Cryme, going on to play on another five studio albums and launch his own moderately successful solo career. Voyage of the Acolyte was recorded in the lull between Peter Gabriel leaving Genesis and Phil Collins taking over as vocalist and is a stunning piece of work. I suspect Hackett.

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