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Steve Hackett & The Underworld Orchestra ‎– Metamorpheus (2005)

24-02-2015, 14:50
Classical Music | Rock | FLAC / APE

Steve Hackett & The Underworld Orchestra ‎– Metamorpheus (2005)

Artist: Steve Hackett & The Underworld Orchestra
Title Of Album: Metamorpheus
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Camino Records
Genre: Rock, Classical, Acoustic
Quality: Lossless
Bitrate: FLAC (image+.cue)
Total Time: 00:56:56
Total Size: 543 Mb


01 - The Pool Of Memory And The Pool Of Forgetfulness
02 - To Earth Like Rain
03 - Song To Nature
04 - One Real Flower
05 - The Dancing Ground
06 - That Vast Life
07 - Eurydice Taken
08 - Charon's Call
09 - Cerberus At Peace
10 - Under The World - Orpheus Looks Back
11 - The Broken Lyre
12 - Severance
13 - Elegy
14 - Return To The Realm Of Eternal Renewal
15 - Lyra

Although he made a name for himself as the guitarist for prog rockers Genesis and mainstream rockers GTR, Steve Hackett also possesses an admiration of tranquil, classical guitar-based work. This has never been more evident than on his 2005 release, Metamorpheus, which sees Hackett playing alongside the Underworld Orchestra -- comprised of violin, cello, double bass, flute, and horns. Fans expecting The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, Pt. 2, may be in for a shock, but for relaxing, orchestral-based music, Metamorpheus is a worthy listen. Following in the stylistic footsteps of Hackett's 1997 release, A Midsummer Night's Dream, the best bits on the all-instrumental Metamorpheus are when Hackett's nylon-stringed guitar is pushed to the forefront, as evidenced by the album opener, "The Pool of Memory and the Pool of Forgetfulness" (possibly the album's best track), as well as "That Vast Life." Over the years, Hackett has more than proven his talent for playing demanding rock-based song structures, but as evidenced throughout Metamorpheus, he is an exceptional classical guitarist as well.

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