2001's What, Now? finds PH in more expansive and epic mood after years of sonic experiments and i..
Dispensing with synths, keyboards and drums, 2002's Clutch is as close as Peter Hammil..
Aided and abetted by regular collaborators violinist Stuart Gordon and drummer Manny Elias, Peter..
The Margin is a brilliant document of Hammill's early-mid 1980's 'Beat Group' on activ..
Roger Eno and Peter Hammill's 1999 collaboration is the fascinating result of the two ..
Peter Hammill's 1997 studio release is one of the most intimate and fragile in his stunning near ..
'The Silent Corner And The Empty Stage', from 1974, is seen as one of the classic early PH solo r..
'Nadir's Big Chance', from 1975, is one of the most influential albums in PH's long and varied ca..
'In Camera', from 1974, is one of the most sonically adventurous of PH albums and the first produ..
'Chameleon In The Shadow Of The Night', from 1973, was PH's first album after the VDGG split.
'Over', from 1977, is arguably the most personal album in Peter Hammill's catalogue.
VDGG's Charisma label debut was equal parts beauty and chaos. Containing the lovely, anthemic Ref..
'Godbluff', from 1975, was the first album by the reformed VDGG.
With a more direc..
Following on from the huge success of 'A Grounding In Numbers', 'ALT' is the new release from the..
'Consequences' is Peter Hammill's thirtieth solo studio album of original songs and includes ten ..
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