Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited Live: Seconds Out & More out now + Foxtrot At 50 tour

Steve Hackett releases Genesis Revisited Live: Seconds Out & More album in CD/Blu-Ray and DVD format today 2nd September. Vinyl formats will follow on 25th November.

Seconds Out was Genesis second live album, released in October of 1977, and and it was the last album to feature Steve Hackett, as he left the band while the album was being readied for release.

Steve Hackett and his band comprise Roger King, Rob Townsend, Jonas Reingold, Nad Sylvan & Craig Blundell, and they were joined by Amanda Lehmann as special guest on the night.

It will also be available as Ltd Gatefold 180g 4LP+2CD, and as Digital Audio Album (in 16 & 24bit). Order now here: https://stevehackett.lnk.to/GenesisRevisitedLive-SecondsOutAndMore

Watch the previously released clips:

‘The Devil’s Cathedral’: https://youtu.be/If-qk7gFAjs

‘Squonk’: https://youtu.be/5hDktUIzoQo

In September and October 2022, Steve Hackett & band will present their ‘Foxtrot at Fifty’ 25-date tour in the UK. Full list of dates below. To buy tickets go to HackettSongs.com

The album’s highlight was the 23-minute epic Supper’s Ready which remains a concert favorite and featured on Hackett’s recent Second’s Out tour. ’Supper’s Ready’ was a sojourn, an odyssey and something that goes down very, very well with audiences now.” Hackett adds. As part of ‘Second’s Out’ I’ve been playing the whole of that again, it really has stood the test of time. 

We were a young, struggling band at that time. By the time we were doing ‘Foxtrot’, the band was becoming more ambitious. ‘Foxtrot’ is a must for fans of the early Genesis work. Fifty years ago? It doesn’t feel like those ideas are fifty years old because it was-genre defining, rather than following trends. It still sounds current, now.” 

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