Quiet World

Quiet World were an English band that included Steve Hackett on guitar, his younger brother John Hackett on flute, Gill Gilbert on vocals, Lea and Neil Heather composers, John Heather composer (A Slice of Saturday Night), acoustic guitar and vocals, Sean O'Mally on drums, Eddy Hines flute and sax, Dick Driver string bass and electric bass, Phil Henderson conductor/arranger, piano, trumpet, organ, recorder and vocals. Phil Henderson composed the score for The Far Pavilions Shafestbury Theatre, London 2005. He is currently arranging the songs for Pia Sukanya's debut album recording starting in Mumbai August 2008. The Phil Henderson Orchestra features on Steve Hackett's Feedback CD.

They released their debut album "The Road" in 1970. Shortly thereafter, Steve Hackett left to join the progressive rock group Genesis as lead guitarist. The album was re-released on CD in 1999 .


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