Wise After the Event is the second studio album by English musician and composer Anthony Phillips, released in May 1978 on Arista Records in the United Kingdom and in June 1978 on Passport Records in the United States. After promoting his previous album The Geese & the Ghost (1977), Phillips began to prepare material for a new album. It remains his only album that features himself on lead vocals on each track.
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Anthony Phillips & Andrew Skeet - Seventh Heaven (Esoteric) ★★★★ "Widely respected former Genesis alumnus Anthony Phillips continues to create magical moments of seductive music as this expanded re-release testifies. Forty years on from its original release, Ant looks back at his second solo album Wise After The Event Anthony Phillips.
Produced by Rupert Hine, Wise After the Event was Anthony's second solo album and was a superb blend of instrumental music and songs. The record saw Anthony supported by an able cast of musicians that included Mike Giles and Mel Collins (King Crimson) and John G. Perry (Caravan, Quantum Jump). I am so glad that Anthony sang this album himself. With no disrespect to the former singers on "Geese," Ant's voice folds into the music as was intended.
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Wise After the Event Anthony Phillips. Think you know Genesis? One listen to this album explains that Phillips was as responsible for the progressive sound of early and middle period Genesis as were Gabriel, Banks, Rutherford, or Hackett. Most of Nursery Cryme was written in large part by Ant, who left due to stage fright, leaving room for Steve Hackett. This is a fat, romantic, album of sweeping progressive epics and ballads, with careful songwriting and not too much instrumental showing off. Very beautiful, and not very "edgy". Just a great example of well-crafted symphonic, thematic progressive rock