|A new live album mainly recorded in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary in August 2019 with some Genesis classics!
Format: CD / Cat No: EANTCD31090 / Released: 28/05/2021
Track Listing: CD 1: 1. New Words / 2. Reflections Of Thierache / 3. Life Is A Journey / 4. Castelsardo At Night / 5. Buzzy Island / 6. Tears For Peace
CD 2: 1. Last Train To Istanbul / 2. Golden Sand / 3. Hairless Heart / 4. Firth Of Fifth / 5. Gallop / 6. Lava Lamp / 7. Los Endos / Bonus tracks: 8. In That Quiet Earth (St. Veit, Austria, 2018) / 9. After Limoncello (St. Veit, Austria, 2018)
DVD: 1. New Words / 2. Reflections Of Thierache / 3. Life Is A Journey / 4. Castelsardo At Night / 5. Buzzy Island / 6. Tears For Peace / 7. Last Train To Istanbul / 8. Golden Sand / 9. Hairless Heart / 10. Firth Of Fifth / 11. Gallop / 12. Lava Lamp / 13. Los Endos / DVD Extras: 14. In That Quiet Earth (St. Veit, Austria, 2018) / 15. After Limoncello (St. Veit, Austria, 2018) / 16. White Bears (Washington Dc, Usa 2019)
More information: A new 2 CD and DVD live album by Djabe & Steve Hackett; “The Journey Continues". This wonderful concert recording was mainly recorded in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary in August 2019. The concert continued a series of live performances that followed the release of the acclaimed collaboration between Djabe (one of Hungary’s most acclaimed Jazz groups) and former Genesis guitarist and acclaimed solo artist Steve Hackett; “Life is a Journey: The Sardinia Tapes”, an album which was the result of improvised sessions that took place in a church on the island of Sardinia.
“The Journey Continues” captures on two CDs and a DVD Djabe & Steve Hackett performing selections from that album on the concert stage, along with classic Genesis material such as “Hairless Heart”, “Firth of Fifth” and “Los Endos”, Steve Hackett’s “Last Train to Istanbul” and Djabe compositions.
The NTSC / Region Free DVD in this set also includes the bonus features the tracks ‘In That Quiet Earth’ and ‘After Limoncello’, recorded in St. Veit, Austria in 2018 and ‘White Bears’, recorded in Washington DC in 2019.