Premonitions: The Charisma Recordings 1975–1983

Title Premonitions: The Charisma Recordings 1975–1983
Artist Steve Hackett
Released
Type Compilation

Track list

Disc 1

  1. Ace of Wands 5:22
  2. Hands of the Priestess, Pt. I 3:28
  3. A Tower Struck Down 4:50
  4. Hands of the Priestess, Pt. II 1:32
  5. The Hermit 4:48
  6. Star of Sirius 7:09
  7. The Lovers 1:54
  8. Shadow of the Hierophant 17:03
  9. Narnia 4:07
  10. Carry on Up the Vicarage 3:10
  11. Racing in a 5:06
  12. Kim 2:13
  13. How Can I? 4:41
  14. Seven of Cups 3:32

Disc 2

  1. Hoping Love Will Last 4:11
  2. Land of a Thousand Autumns 1:48
  3. Land of a Thousand Autumns / Please Don’t Touch 3:38
  4. The Voice of Necam 3:10
  5. Icarus Ascending 6:21
  6. Every Day 6:13
  7. The Virgin and the Gypsy 4:30
  8. The Red Flower of Tachai Blooms Everywhere 2:08
  9. Clocks - the Angel of Mons 4:14
  10. The Ballad of the Decomposing Man 3:48
  11. Lost Time in Cordoba 4:06
  12. Tigermoth 7:35
  13. Spectral Mornings 6:34
  14. The Steppes 6:06
  15. Time to Get Out 4:12
  16. Slogans 3:57
  17. Leaving 3:04
  18. Two Vamps as Guests 1:55

Disc 3

  1. Jacuzzi 4:36
  2. Hammer in the Sand 3:10
  3. The Toast 3:43
  4. The Show 3:41
  5. Sentimental Institution 2:42
  6. Hercules Unchained 2:49
  7. Hope I Don’t Wake 3:47
  8. Picture Postcard 3:54
  9. Can’t Let Go 5:42
  10. The Air Conditioned Nightmare 4:41
  11. Funny Feeling 4:04
  12. A Cradle of Swans 2:50
  13. Overnight Sleeper 4:36
  14. Turn Back Time 4:22
  15. Tales of the Riverbank 2:00
  16. Second Chance 1:58

Disc 4

  1. Camino Royale 5:27
  2. Cell 151 6:25
  3. Always Somewhere Else 4:01
  4. Walking Through Walls 3:47
  5. Give it Away 4:07
  6. Weightless 3:31
  7. Group Therapy 5:46
  8. India Rubber Man 2:32
  9. Hackett to Pieces 2:38
  10. Guitar Boogie 2:12
  11. Time Lapse at Milton Keynes 3:53
  12. Walking Through Walls 5:56
  13. Cell 151 5:00
  14. Walking Through Walls 4:02
  15. Hackett to Pieces 2:59
  16. Please Don’t Touch 4:52

Disc 5

  1. Please Don’t Touch [Live] 8:26
  2. Tigermoth [Live] 3:36
  3. Every Day [Live] 7:25
  4. Narnia [Live] 4:42
  5. The Red Flower of Tachai Blooms Everywhere [Live] 3:25
  6. Ace of Wands [Live] 7:31
  7. Carry on Up the Vicarage [Live] 3:17
  8. Acoustic Medley: Etude in a Minor / Blood on the Rooftops / Horizons / Kim [Live] 5:28

Disc 6

  1. The Optigan [Live] 5:15
  2. Spectral Mornings [Live] 7:12
  3. Star of Sirius [Live] 9:54
  4. Shadow of the Heirophant [Live] 9:43
  5. Clocks [Live] 5:54
  6. I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) [Live] 11:30
  7. Racing in a [Live] 9:14

Disc 7

  1. Please Don’t Touch [Live] 8:30
  2. Tigermoth [Live] 3:33
  3. Every Day [Live] 7:11
  4. Ace of Wands [Live] 6:52
  5. Sentimental Institution [Live] 2:37
  6. The Red Flower of Tachai Bloom Everywhere [Live] 4:24
  7. Spectral Mornings [Live] 6:44
  8. Clocks [Live] 4:30
  9. Live Acoustic Section (Medley) 5:01

Disc 8

  1. The Air Conditioned Nightmare [Live] 4:42
  2. Every Day [Live] 6:47
  3. Ace of Wands [Live] 6:45
  4. Funny Feeling [Live] 4:18
  5. The Steppes [Live] 6:12
  6. Over Night Sleeper [Live] 4:52
  7. Slogans [Live] 4:42
  8. A Tower Struck Down [Live] 3:13
  9. Spectral Mornings [Live] 6:10
  10. The Show [Live] 4:33
  11. Clocks - the Angel of Mons [Live] 6:05

Disc 9

  1. Narnia 4:09
  2. Carry on Up the Vicarage 3:12
  3. Racing in a 5:06
  4. Kim 2:13
  5. How Can I? 4:39
  6. Hoping Love Will Last 4:12
  7. Land of a Thousand Autumns 1:48
  8. Please Don’t Touch 3:39
  9. The Voice of Necam 3:14
  10. Icarus Ascending 6:21

Disc 10

  1. Every Day 6:25
  2. The Virgin and the Gypsy 4:30
  3. The Red Flower of Tachai Blooms Everywhere 2:10
  4. Clocks - the Angel of Mons 4:26
  5. The Ballad of the Decomposing Man 3:49
  6. Lost Time in Cordoba 4:12
  7. Tigermoth 7:35
  8. Spectral Mornings 6:32

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