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Private Parts & Pieces 1 & 2 Import

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Two CD set containing a pair of releases from the veteran guitarist and former member of Genesis: Private Parts & Pieces Pt. 1 and Private Parts & Pieces Part 2: Back From The Pavillion. Private Parts and Pieces was originally released in the UK as a free bonus album as part of the Sides release. It was released as a stand alone album shortly afterwards in late 1978. The album is almost all acoustic based material that had been written between Ant leaving Genesis and the release of The Geese and The Ghost. Pt. 2: Back To The Pavillion was released in early 1980 due to the incredible success of the original Private Parts and Pieces album.


Disc: 1
1. Beauty and the Beast - Anthony Phillips
2. Field of Eternity - Anthony Phillips
3. Tibetan Yak-Music - Anthony Phillips
4. Lullaby - Old Father Time - Anthony Phillips
5. Harmonium in the Dust - Anthony Phillips
6. Tregenna Afternoons - Anthony Phillips
7. Stranger - Anthony Phillips
8. Reaper - Anthony Phillips
9. Autumnal - Anthony Phillips
10. Flamingo - Anthony Phillips
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Disc: 2
1. Amorphous, Cadaverous and Nebulous
2. Salmon's Last Sleepwalk
3. Back To The Pavilion
4. Lucy An Illusion
5. Postlude: End of the Season
6. Heavens
7. Spring Meeting
8. Romany's Aria
9. Chinaman
10. Nocture
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 16, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B0031KSLBG
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #173,931 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James H. Kidder on March 23, 2010
What is missing from both the listing of this item and from the product description below is that this is another in a line of remastered CDs from AP. He is slowly going through his catalog and remastering the discs. Some have been dramatic, such as The Geese and the Ghost, while others, like this release, have been somewhat more subtle. In fact, this remaster is so subtle that it is difficult to tell the original from the remaster, apart from the drop in noise. This is nothing like the Genesis "remasters" which were altered, sometimes dramatically, from their originals. Both of these albums provide an excellent introduction to Anthony Phillips and have a light, laid-back air about them. The first PPP is the more cohesive of the two, which much taken up by lengthy twelve-string and classical guitar pieces, all of which are very enjoyable. The second PPP, while being somewhat more eccentric than the first one, is more varied in its arrangements, with shorter songs. Each of these discs has its strengths but both are eminently enjoyable and one can hear still hints of Ant's days with Genesis in each.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jay Kranz on February 21, 2012
This is a wonderful set compiling the first two releases in Anthony Phillips long running Private Parts and Pieces series. For my money part 1 hits the ball out of the park and is never bettered. In fact aside from Geese and the Ghost I would say it is my favorite Ant album. loads of wonderful instrumental tracks capped off by the beautiful seven long years. actually if i have one complaint here it is that the remaster puts the bonus vocal track strangers in the middle of the album which to me disrupts the original flow (I used to listen to it on vinyl before i got this remaster). not to say strangers is a bad track but i would have preferred it on the end with the other very nice bonus tracks.

the highlight for me is Flamingo a incredible 12 string epic piece that blows me away everytime i hear it. as much emotion in their as any vocal piece out there.

PPP II follows much the same pattern as I but as the other reviewer mentioned its a bit more fractured with a lot more songs also i find the long keyboard improvisation of K2 a bit derailing its nice but doesn't go much of anywhere for me. still there are some lovely moments on this album the scottish suite is probably the best starting the album out with some real energy of a whole band performing. the vocal piece at the end is very nice as well. I think I like Ants vocal pieces cause on most of his albums they are few and far between so when they come they are special especially coming at the end of albums like they tend to do.

Overall my personal favorite of the PPP re-releases but the others all have much to offer I'll try and review them as well.
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