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It is a shame Anthony Philips suffered so badly with stage fright. He really was a fine guitarist as his solo outings confirm. However Steve Hackett did a great job in replacing him & was capable of making great guitar sounds in keeping with the era.
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A tribute to Genesis:

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Two of my favorite hard rock/heavy rock albums from the 70s:

Blue Oyster Cult - Secret Treaties 

Captain Beyond - Self Titled

Another one people don't talk about too often is the Self-Titled album from Armageddon. This was a rock band Keith Relf fronted just before he passed. 

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Has anybody listened to Keef Hartley, 'Halfbreed'? I bought their LP after hearing them at Uni as a support band that out shone the headliners! (who I don't remember!) A recording of its time.
Bringing it up to date, Joe Bonamasa, 'British Blue Explosion Live', he has the guitar skill to bring back the 'hairs on the back of your neck' effect of EC and so many others. The man has too much talent and can play any style, but he genuinely loves 60's British blues and it comes out in his playing. Had the pleasure to hear him this year in Plymouth, pity the 'hall' had to much reverb!
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