>> Steve Hackett: Genesis Revisited Band & Orchestra: Live at the Royal Festival Hall
Multi-disc set with the concert film on blu-ray and DVD, and the audio on two CDs. The latest in Hackett’s increasingly frequent live albums. It’s hardly a redundancy though, as this time the songs are accompanied by a full orchestra. Genesis and Hackett solo songs of old (and not so old) are featured.
>> Anthony Phillips: Strings of Light
The first new album in seven years from the Genesis founding member is a showcase of his skills on a variety of acoustic guitars from his collection, similar to 2005’s Field Day. The 24 pieces of music span two CDs, and a DVD with a surround mix is also included.
>> Prince: 1999
New 2CD edition with a remastered version of the original album, plus an extra disc of single versions, remixes, and B-sides.
>> Wilderun: Veil of Imagination
Wilderun’s third album shows a band comfortable in their craft and expanding their scope. While they made their name taking the uniquely European genre of folk metal and putting it through a North American lens, Veil of Imagination finds them going more symphonic, with a generous helping of early Opeth influences.