- Sorry, this item is not available in
- Image not available
- To view this video download Flash Player
|Price:||$9.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
The Line Up: Steve Hackett - guitar & vocals, Roger King - keyboards, Rob Townsend - sax, flute, percussion & vocals, Terry Gregory - bass & vocals, Gary O'Toole - drums, percussion & vocals.
The Set List: 1. Valley Of The Kings, 2. Mechanical Bride, 3. The Circus Of Becoming, 4. Frozen Statues, 5. Slogans, 6. Serpentine Song, 7. Ace Of Wands, 8. Hammer In The Sand, 9. Blood On The Rooftops, 10. Fly On A Windshield, 11. Please Don't Touch, 12. Firth Of Fifth, 13. If You Can't Find Heaven, 14. Darktown, 15. Brand New, 16. Air-Conditioned Nightmare 17. Every Day, 18. Clocks, 19. Spectral Mornings, 20. Los Endos.
Hackett at his best. High quality video of one of the best guitarists that most people haven't heard of. Tight band with a great performance by Steve and the other band members.Published 6 months ago by Jack D
This may be the best Steve Hackett concert DVD I own. It is well filmed, great quality, and a fantastic selection of songs including Genesis and solo material. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kokenny
What a great concert! It was a tour I missed so it was nice to finaly see it. Great vocals and paly list. I would recomend.Published 17 months ago by carey hauser
Steve Hackett and his fellow musicians were firing on all cylinders, simply outstanding from first to last. This is what live music should be. Read morePublished on July 25, 2010 by Music Seeker
Excellent audio quality, but the video quality suffers a little bit due to the fact it is a non-anamorphic dvd.Published on November 18, 2009 by GogglesGuy
Just finished watching this tonight, and everything was superb. The audio and visual quality, as well as camera work, is actually better than the South American dvd, so I'm... Read morePublished on October 31, 2009 by Joseph W. Szilagy
This Concert is a showcase of great Hackett songs. It shows just how thoughtful he is with his musical creations. Read morePublished on January 28, 2009 by A. Gragg
I grabbed this DVD on a whim, not knowing some of the tracks except of Steve's earlier songs from Spectral Mornings, Please Don't Touch, Acolyte, so on. Read morePublished on October 31, 2007 by MSchoom