TWR #103 Contents

Interview: “Have guitar and orchestra will travel” - A behind the scenes look at the recent Genesis Revisited with orchestra tour by Steve Hackett. Interviews conducted by Alan Hewitt and Holly Quibell. Photographs by Alan Hewitt, Lee Millward, Jo Hackett, Jack Beermann, Jordi Kuragari and Rick Pauline.

Interview: “Conversation without frontiers” - Daryl Easlea chats to TWR about his career in the music industry and his work on Peter’s story. Photograph by Tony Sleep.

CD Review: “He certainly does play well with others!” - Phil Collins’s plays well with others compilation set reviewed by Alan Hewitt.

CD Review: “Looking back… to The Living Years” - Mike & The Mechanics’ Living Years thirtieth anniversary reissue examined by Alan Hewitt.

CD Review: “Broken skies and other stories” - The latest Steve Hackett box set: Broken Skies - Outspread Wings reviewed by Alan Hewitt.

CD Review: “Having a field day” - Esoteric Records’ reissue of Anthony Phillips’ Field Day album reviewed by Alan Hewitt.

CD Review: “It Is Never The Same Twice” - The new live album by Djabe featuring Gulli Briem and Steve Hackett reviewed by: Alan Hewitt.

Gig Review: “Phil Collins proves he’s not dead yet” - in concert at the TD Garden, Boston, MA, USA on October 9th 2018. Review and photographs by Michael J Shogi.

Gig Review: “Revisiting the small orchestra at Trading Toundaries” - Steve Hackett Acoustic Trio in concert at Trading Boundaries, Saturday 8th December 2018. Review by Kenny Brown. Photos by Kenny Brown and Oli Clifford/Trading Boundaries.

Book Review: “A life in music revisited” without frontiers - The life of Peter Gabriel by Daryl Easlea. Reviewd by Alan Hewitt.

Article: Turn It Off Again Part Two - The Solo Artists. Alan Hewitt examines the musical clunkers among the band’s solo material.

Article: Take a Little Trip Back…

Article: “From small orchestra to full orchestra” - TWR’s 2018 Hackettdays jaunt relived by Alan Hewitt. Photographs by Alan Hewitt and Tony Bridgeman. Memorabilia: TWR archive.

Article: Musician's Corner