Time Lapse

Time Lapse

Infobox Album | Name = Time Lapse
Type = Album
Artist = Steve Hackett

Released = 1991
Recorded = November 1981 & October 1990
Genre = Progressive rock
Length = 67:35
Label = Camino Records
Producer = Steve Hackett and Billy Budis
Reviews =
*Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:9adsa9ugb23d~T00 link]
Last album = "Momentum" (1988)
This album = "Time Lapse"
Next album = "Guitar Noir" (1993)

"Time Lapse" is the tenth solo album by guitarist Steve Hackett, and his first live album. The album is drawn from live performances at the Savoy Theater in New York City (during the "Cured" tour) and at Central TV Studios in Nottingham.

Track listing

All songs composed by Steve Hackett, except where otherwise noted.
#"Camino Royale" (Hackett, Nick Magnus) – 7:33
#"Please Don't Touch" – 4:24
#"Every Day" – 6:59
#"In That Quiet Earth" (Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Hackett, Mike Rutherford) – 3:50
#"Depth Charge" – 3:21
#"Jacuzzi" – 4:29
#"The Steppes" – 5:57
#"Ace of Wands" – 7:36
#"Hope I Don't Wake" – 4:13
#"The Red Flower of Tachai Blooms Everywhere" – 2:44
#"Tigermoth" – 3:22
#"A Tower Struck Down" (S. Hackett, John Hackett) – 2:58
#"Spectral Mornings" – 5:19
#"Clocks" – 4:52


*Steve Hackettguitar, vocals
*John Hackettflute, guitar, bass pedals

*Ian Ellis – bass, vocals
*Julian Colbeckkeyboards, vocals
*Fudge Smithdrums

New York
*Chas Cronk – bass, vocals
*Nick Magnus – keyboards
*Ian Mosley – drums

Tracks 1-5, 13-14 recorded at Central TV Studios, Nottingham, October 1990

Tracks 6-12 recorded at the Savoy Theater, New York, November 1981

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