Steve Hackett has released a live video of Under The Eye Of The Sun.
The song, originally from Hackett's most recent studio album At The Edge Of Light, is taken from Hackett's upcoming 21-track Selling England By The Pound & Spectral Mornings: Live At Hammersmith due out on InsideOut Music on September 25.
The first set of the concert includes tracks from Spectral Mornings, celebrating its 40th anniversary, and At The Edge Of Light. The second part is the live recording of Genesis' 1974 album Selling England by the Pound album in its entirety, plus Déja Vu, a track initiated for the album by Peter Gabriel, but later completed by Hackett.
"Amalgamating three personal favourite albums, including the whole ofSelling England By The Pound, most ofSpectral MorningsandAt The Edge Of Light, highlights was a very special live experience.
"Both audio and visual on this product give a mind blowing experience of an unforgettable evening at Hammersmith. It's great to have a special live show available in these challenging times."
The Blu-ray format will also feature a 30-minutedocumentary about the tour, with Hackett also releasing a video forDeja Vufrom the live package.
Track listing for:
Selling England By The Pound & Spectral Mornings: Live At Hammersmith:
- Every Day
- Under The Eye of The Sun https://youtu.be/vLXJq7fg5tw
- Fallen Walls And Pedestals
- Beasts Of Our Time
- The Virgin And The Gypsy
- Spectral Mornings
- The Red Flower Of Tai Chi Blooms Everywhere
- Clocks – Angel of Mons
- Dancing With The Moonlit Knight
- I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
- Firth Of Fifth
- More Fool Me
- The Battle Of Epping Forest
- After The Ordeal
- The Cinema Show
- Aisle of Plenty
- Déjà vu https://youtu.be/TGj5xcmMIJw
- Dance On A Volcano
- Los Endos
Concert (2 hours)
Concert (2 hours)
Documentary (30 mins)
Selling England By The Pound & Spectral Mornings: Live at Hammersmith is released on 25th September, through InsideOutMusic in several formats: Limited Edition Deluxe 2CD+Blu-ray+DVD Artbook; 2CD+Blu-ray Digipak; 2CD+DVD Multibox; Limited Edition 4LP+2CD Box Set and Digital album.
Pre-orders are available below:
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