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New England

Probably the most well-rounded of the PP&P series, this came after "Slow Dance" and is a wonderful mix of solo guitar, piano and ensemble work. The stand-out piece on the album is the rambling "Sunrises and Sea Monsters," which adds Joji Hirota to the mix. On the original CD, the tracking for this song was messed up and the tail end of it was tacked onto "Iona." Hopefully it has been fixed for this release. Peter Cross' cover illustration is, as usual, wonderful to look at.

Brilliant Musician

Anthony Phillips is a brilliant musician and this album proves it many times over. Being mostly instrumental (There are two vocal tracks on the whole disc) it does an impressive job showing his range as he switches between various guitars, does solo piano pieces and even shows some ensemble work as well. The two vocal tracks, especially Unheard City, are stunning. My favorite PP&P album so far.


Born: December 23, 1951

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Anthony Phillips was one of the founding members of Genesis, having attended the Charterhouse School in Surrey with Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, and Michael Rutherford. Phillips and Rutherford (who had played together in another band before linking up with Gabriel and Banks), were the principal composing members of Genesis during their formative years, right into their first recording venture on English Decca ("Silent Sun," etc.) under the aegis of Jonathan King. Much of Phillips' and Rutherford's...
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