There's nothing stopping a full Genesis reunion, but guitarist Steve Hackett calls the prospect "improbable." The group still gets along and members bump into each other from time to time, but eventually talks of getting back together fizzle.
Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett had already put out one solo album by the time he decided to leave the group. Released in May of 1978, 'Please Don't Touch' is his second solo outing, and as fitting a testament to his musical prowess as any album he has ever recorded.
Ever since vocalist Peter Gabriel abandoned Genesis' classic quintet line-up in 1975, following the release of the double-album concept-epic 'The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway,' the band's '70s purists have pined for a full-prog reunion.
Ultimate Classic Rock is giving you the exclusive opportunity to stream ‘Genesis Revisited II,’ the new album from former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett which will be released on October 23 by Inside Out.
Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett was a big part of the group’s golden period, perhaps best remembered by his work on their fabled ‘The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway’ album. Now, 35 years after his departure from the band, he’ll revisit selections from their classic catalog with his new album ‘Genesis Revisited II.’
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