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John Hackett’s long awaited new rock album and is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Checking Out of London (released in 2005), featuring Steve Hackett, Anthony Phillips & Nick Magnus with lyrics by Nick Clabburn.
Full Track List:1. Another Life 2. Look Up 3. Poison Town 4. White Lines 5. Life In Reverse 6. Burnt Down Trees 7. Satellite 8. Forest 9. Magazine 10. Rain 11. Actors 12.Another Day, Another Night 13.Poison Town Reprise
14 melodic pieces written and performed by John Hackett, plus Debussy's Syrinx for solo flute and JS Bach's Andante from BWV 1034
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- Red Hair
- Overnight Snow
- Green Shoes
- The Shepherd Wheel
- No Going Back
- The Great Including
- Two Daughters
- The Prince of Morimont
- Thoughts Turn Homeward*
- Andante – JS Bach from BWV 1034 – with guest guitarist Andy Gray
- Syrinx – Debussy
The first solo album by John Hackett with Sally Goodworth on piano. Velvet Afternoon is inspired by the music of Erik Satie and other influential classical composers and is richly melodic. The style is distinctly classical but the emphasis is on good tunes with a relaxing contemporary feel.
Full Track List1. Pastures Green [sc_embed_player_template1 fileurl="http://hacktrax.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/va01.mp3"] 2. Vergebung 3. Freefall [sc_embed_player_template1 fileurl="http://hacktrax.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/va03.mp3"] 4. Minuet I 5. Presto 6. Minuet II 7. The Chaplet 8. Allegro Molto Moderato 9. Sausage Boy 10. Oily Rag 11. Sophie's Lullaby 12. Tamborino 13. Minuet Reprise 14. Next Time Around 15. Velvet Afternoon [sc_embed_player_template1 fileurl="http://hacktrax.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/va15.mp3"]
We Are Not Alone
The 2017 studio album by The John Hackett Band - We Are Not Alone - offers a heady and eclectic mix of solid song-writing, swirling mellotron and on occasion, free improvisation. Virtuosic flute and guitar performances are liberally littered throughout the memorable compositions. John's brother, Steve Hackett, makes a special guest appearance on harmonica on the song Never Gonna Make A Dime, which tells the true story of the Hackett family's brief move to Canada in the Fifties. Special double CD edition with bonus disc recorded live At The Classic Rock Society, 2016.