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Phil Collins - Recording Compendium (4)

Official stuff, demos, outtakes & more

Part 4: Hello, I Must Be Going! | 1982 - 1984


Last update: 9th May 2023



1982

Via contact with John Martyn producer Martin Levan, the well-rehearsed rhythm duo Collins/Giblin is booked for a session by singer/songwriter Ralph McTell. The two are also called into the studio by producer David Hentschel for the production of the current Marti Webb album.





Cold On The Stones

(Ralph McTell) (3:30)

Song For Martin

(Ralph McTell) (3:58)
Recording date: 1982?
Recording location: Willesdon & Air London
Produced by: Martin Levan & Ralph McTell
Performed by: Ralph McTell feat. Phil Collins (Drums), John Giblin, Phil Palmer a.o.
First official release: 1982 - Ralph McTell Water Of Dreams (UK LP//Mays Records TG 005)
Best available source: Ralph McTell Water Of Dreams [2003 remaster] (UK CD//Leola Music TPGCD23)







Seven Outside Mr Chows

(David Hentschel/Don Black) (4:49)

No Problem

(David Hentschel/Don Black) (4:07)

One Afternoon *

(David Hentschel/Don Black) (2:52)
Recording date: November 1981 - June 1982
Recording location: The Manor, The Townhouse/London, Maison Rouge, Hipposound Studios
Produced by: David Hentschel
Performed by: Marti Webb feat. Phil Collins (Drums), John Giblin, David Hentschel, Phil Palmer a.o.
First official release/Best available source: February 1983 - Marti Webb I'm Not That Kind Of Girl (UK LP//Polydor POLD 5071)
*First official release/Best available source: October 1982 - Marti Webb I'm Not That Kind Of Girl (UK 7"//Polydor POSP 509)

From mid-February, Phil will be at ABBA's Polar Studios in Stockholm for a month and a half to produce ABBA singer Frida's first solo album. Alongside this, he also takes on the role of drummer and puts together a studio band consisting of himself, Daryl Stuermer, Peter Robinson, the Phenix Horns and bassist Mo Foster. The songwriters on the album include prominent names such as Brian Ferry, Giorgio Moroder, Rod Argent, Stephen Bishop and: Phil Collins.








Tell Me It's Over

(Stephen Bishop) (2:51)

I See Red

(Jim Rafferty) (4:31)

I Got Something

(Tomas Ledin) (4:01)

Strangers

(Dave Morris/Jayni Bradbury) (4:05)

To Turn The Stone

(Giorgio Moroder/Peter Belotte) (5:24)

I Know There's Something Going On

(Russ Ballard) (5:27)

I Know There's Something Going On (Single Edit) *

(Russ Ballard) (4:04)

Threnody

(Dorothy Parker/Per Gessle) (4:16)

Baby Don't You Cry No More

(Rod Argent) (3:01)

The Way You Do

(Bryan Ferry) (3:36)

You Know What I Mean

(Phil Collins) (2:35)

Here We'll Stay

(Jean Roussel/Tony Colton) (4:09)

Here We'll Stay (Solo Version) **

(Jean Roussel/Tony Colton) (4:11)
Recording date: 15th February - 31st March 1982
Recording location: Polar Studios/Stockholm, Air Studios/London
Produced by: Phil Collins
Performed by: Frida feat. Phil Collins (Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals), Daryl Stuermer, Peter Robinson, Mo Foster & Phenix Horns
First official release: 6th September 1982 - Frida Something's Going On (SE LP//Polar POLS 355)
*First official release: August 1982 - Frida I Know There's Something Going On (UK 7"//Epic EPC A2603)
**First official release: June 1983 - Frida Here We'll Stay (UK 7"//Epic A 3435)
Best available source: Frida Something's Going On [2005 remaster] (EU CD//Polar 986 876-7)

During his stay in Stockholm, Phil takes the opportunity to play percussion on a live Swedish TV performance by Rupert Hine.








Set Up [live 1982]

(Rupert Hine) (5:01)
Recording date: 8th March 1982
Recording location: Måndagsbörsen TV studio/Stockholm
Produced by: ?
Performed by: Rupert Hine feat. Phil Collins (Percussion) u.a.
First official release/Best available source: 24th February 2014 - Rupert Hine Live In Sweden (UK DVD+CD//Misplaced MPVP018DVD)

In spring, Phil and his drum kit set off for Rockfield Studios in Monmouth to record several songs from ex-Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant's first solo album over a period of three days.







Burning Down One Side

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt/Jezz Woodoffe) (3:55)

Moonlight in Samosa

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt) (3:58)

Pledge Pin

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt) (4:01)

Worse Than Detroit

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt) (5:55)

Fat Lip

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt/Jezz Woodoffe) (5:05)

Mystery Title

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt) (5:16)

Far Post *

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt/Jezz Woodoffe) (4:42)
Recording date: September 1981 - 1982 / PC Spring 1982 (3 Days)
Recording location: Rockfield Studios/Monmouth
Produced by: Robert Plant
Performed by: Robert Plant feat. Phil Collins (Drums) a.o.
First official release: 25th June 1982 - Robert Plant Pictures At Eleven (UK LP//Swan Song SSK 59418)
*First official release: September 1982 - Robert Plant Burning Down One Side (UK 12"//Swan Song SSK 19429T)
Best available source: Robert Plant Pictures At Eleven [2007 Remaster] (EU CD//Swan Song 8122-74158-2)

In the meantime, several demos have already been created in Phil's home studio, which serve as a template for his upcoming second solo album.








Oddball [Do You Know Do You Care? demo]*

(Phil Collins) (4:36)

Through These Walls [Thru' These Walls demo]**

(Phil Collins) (4:57)

Westside [The West Side demo]**

(Phil Collins) (4:44)

Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away [demo]***

(Phil Collins) (4:42)
Recording date: 1982
Recording location: Old Croft
Produced by: Phil Collins
Performed by: Phil Collins
*First official release: 22nd November 1982 - Phil Collins You Can't Hurry Love (UK 12"//Virgin VS 531-12)
*Best available source: Phil Collins You Can't Hurry Love [1988 remaster] (UK CDS//Virgin CDT 1) or 2016 Remaster?
**First official release/Best available source: 2010/2011 - Phil Collins Through These Walls / Westside (128kps MP3 Download//philcollins.com)
***First official release: 2010/2011 - Phil Collins Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away (128kps MP3 Download//philcollins.com)
***Best available source: Phil Collins Hello, I Must Be Going![2016 remaster] (EU 2CD//Atlantic PCCD82)

Finally, from May to July, Phil is busy recording his album Hello, I Must Be Going! before touring with Genesis again from August. Final overdubs are recorded on days off in September.






I Don't Care Anymore

(Phil Collins) (5:00)

I Cannot Believe It's True

(Phil Collins) (5:14)

Like China

(Phil Collins) (5:05)

Do You Know, Do You Care?

(Phil Collins) (4:57)

You Can't Hurry Love

(Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Eddie Holland) (2:50)

It Don't Matter to Me

(Phil Collins) (4:12)

Thru These Walls

(Phil Collins) (5:02)

Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away

(Phil Collins) (4:43)

The West Side

(Phil Collins) (4:59)

Why Can't It Wait 'Til Morning

(Phil Collins) (3:01)
Recording date: May - September 1982
Recording location: Old Croft (Demos), The Farm/Surrey, Townhouse/London (Overdubs), CBS Studios/London (Strings)
Produced by: Phil Collins
Performed by: Phil Collins feat. John Giblin, Daryl Stuermer a.o.
First official release: 1st November 1982 - Phil Collins Hello, I Must Be Going! (UK LP//Virgin V 2252)
Best available source: Phil Collins Hello, I Must Be Going! [2016 remaster] (EU 2CD//Atlantic PCCD82)

Another song from the recording sessions is only released two and a half years later as a single B-side.






The Man With The Horn

(Phil Collins) (3:57)
First official release: 14th January 1985 - Phil Collins Sussudio (UK 7"//Virgin VS 736)
Best available source: Phil Collins Sussudio (UK testpressing VCD//Virgin 060 004-7)

Deviant versions of the tracks are few and far between - two single edits and a 1985 version of The Man With The Horn sung with new lyrics for an episode of the TV series Miami Vice....








I Don't Care Anymore [edit]

(Phil Collins) (4:40)
First official release/Best available source: January 1983 - Phil Collins I Don't Care Anymore (US 7"//Atlantic 7-89877)

I Cannot Believe It's True (Short Version)

(Phil Collins) (4:08)
First official release: April 1983 - Phil Collins I Cannot Believe It's True (US promo 7"//Atlantic 7-89864)

Life Is A Rat Race [The Man With The Horn remix]

(Phil Collins) (?:??)
Remix date: 1985
Remixed by: ?
First official release: 13th December 1985 - Miami Vice - Phil The Shill (US TV broadcast)
Best available source: Miami Vice - The Complete Series (US 25BR//)

Even before the Genesis tour, Phil Collins plays for the first time at the Prince's Trust Rock Gala charity event as the drummer in an all-star band that includes The Who's Pete Townshend, Procol Harum's Gary Brooker and Ultravox's Midge Ure. The recording of the concert will be released the following year.






Jack-In-The-Green [feat. Jethro Tull - live 1982]

(Ian Anderson)

Pussy Willow [feat. Jethro Tull - live 1982]

(Ian Anderson)

In The Air Tonight [live 1982]

(Phil Collins)

No Regrets [feat. Midge Ure - live 1982]

(Tom Rush)

Let My Love Open The Door [feat. Pete Townshend - live 1982]

(Pete Townshend)

Slit Skirts [feat. Pete Townshend - live 1982]

(Pete Townshend)

Whiter Shade Of Pale [feat. Gary Brooker - live 1982]

(Gary Brooker)

Wedding List [feat. Kate Bush - live 1982]

(Kate Bush)

Worse Than Detroit [feat. Robert Plant - live 1982]

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt)

Take You Higher [feat. Pete Townshend, Robert Plant, Gary Brooker & Midge Ure - live 1982]

(Sylester Stewart)
Performance date: 21st July 1982
Performance location: The Dominion Theatre, London
Produced by:
Performed by: Various Artists feat. Phil Collins (Drums), Pete Townshend (Guitar, Piano, Vocals), Gary Brooker (Keyboards), Midge Ure (Guitar, Vocals), Mick Karn (Bass) a.o.
First official release: 1983 - Various Artists The Prince's Trust Rock Gala (EU VHS//MGM/UA Home Video 30179)
Best available source: Various Artists The Prince's Trust Rock Gala (JP 12" Laserdisc//VideoArts VALJ3227)

After Phil's second solo album was released in November, he goes on a solo tour for the first time and plays concerts in Europe and the USA until shortly before Christmas. Recordings of the concert in San Francisco and the last concert of the year in Pasadena will be released - the latter even as a video.






If Leaving Me Is Easy [live 1982]

(Phil Collins) (7:23)
Performance date: 16th December 1982
Performance location: Berkeley Community Theatre/San Francisco
Produced by:
Performed by: Phil Collins feat. The Fabulous Jacouzzis
First official release/Best available source: 29th January 2016 - Phil Collins Face Value [2016 remaster] (EU 2CD//Atlantic PCCD81)





I Don't Care Anymore [live 1982]

(Phil Collins)

I Cannot Belive It's True [live 1982]*

(Phil Collins) (5:29)

Thru These Walls [live 1982]

(Phil Collins)

I Missed Again [live 1982]

(Phil Collins)

Behind The Lines [live 1982]

(Tony Banks/Phil Collins/Mike Rutherford)

The Roof Is Leaking [live 1982]

(Phil Collins)

The West Side [live 1982]

(Phil Collins)

In The Air Tonight [live 1982 II]

(Phil Collins)

You Can't Hurry Love [live 1982]

(Brian Holland,/Lamont Dozier/Eddie Holland)

It Don't Matter To Me [live 1982]

(Phil Collins)

People Get Ready [live 1982]*

(Curtis Mayfield)
Performance date: 19th December 1982
Performance location: Perkins Palace, Pasadena
Produced by:
Performed by: Phil Collins feat. The Fabulous Jacouzzis
First official release: 1983 - Phil Collins Live At Perkins Palace (EU VHS//Picture Music International MVP 9910432)
Best available source: Phil Collins Live At Perkins Palace (US LD//Pioneer Artists PA-84-094)
*Best availlable audio source: Phil Collins Hello, I Must Be Going! [2016 remaster] (EU 2CD//Atlantic PCCD82)






Thru' These Walls [live 1982]*

(Phil Collins) (5:03)

...And So To F... [live 1982 edit]**

(Phil Collins) (6:34) (6:22)
Performance date: 19th December 1982
Performance location: Perkins Palace/Pasadena
Produced by:
Performed by: Phil Collins feat. The Fabulous Jacouzzis
*First official release/Best available source: 26th February 2016 - Phil Collins Hello, I Must Be Going! [2016 remaster] (EU 2CD//Atlantic PCCD82)
First official release/Best available source: 29th January 2016 - Phil Collins Face Value [2016 remaster] (EU 2CD//Atlantic PCCD81)
**First official release: 7th March 1983 - Phil Collins Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away (UK 12"/Virgin VS 572-12)
**Best available source: Phil Collins Face Value [2016 remaster] (EU 2CD//Atlantic PCCD81)

1983

After a month-long winter break, he is embarking on the second round of his Hello I Must Be Going! tour with performances in the USA and Canada, which runs until 20 February. After that, he will pass the time until the sessions for the next Genesis album with a guest appearance as drummer for the upcoming album by jazz legend Al Di Meola and several drum takes for Robert Plant's second solo album.






Island Dreamer

(Jan Hammer) (4:06)
Recording date: 1983
Recording location: Caribou Ranch/Nederland
Produced by: Al Di Meola & Dennis Mackay
Performed by: Al Di Meola feat. Phil Collins (Drums), Jan Hammer (Keyboards, Programming)
First official release: August 1983 - Al Di Meola Scenario (US CD//Columbia CK 38944)
Best available source: Phil Collins Plays Well With Others [2018 remasters] (4CD//Atlantic 0081227942052)










Other Arms

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt) (4:20)

In The Mood

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Paul Martinez) (5:19)

In The Mood (Edited/Short Version) *

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Paul Martinez) (3:44)

Messin' With The Mekon

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Paul Martinez) (4:40)

Thru' With The Two Step

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Paul Martinez) (5:33)

Horizontal Departure

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Paul Martinez, Jezz Woodroffe) (4:19)

Big Log

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Jezz Woodroffe) (5:03)

Big Log (Edit/Short Version) **

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Jezz Woodroffe) (3:44)

Big Log [edit 2]***

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Jezz Woodroffe) (4:46)

Road To The Sun ****

(Barriemore Barlow, Robbie Blunt, Phil Collins, Paul Martinez, Robert Plant, Jezz Woodroffe) (5:35)

Turnaround *****

(Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Paul Martinez, Jezz Woodroffe) (4:55)
Recording date: Spring? 1983 (PC 5 days)
Recording location: Rockfield Studios/Monmouth
Produced by: Robert Plant, Benji LeFevre & Pat Moran
Performed by: Robert Plant feat. Phil Collins (Drums) a.o.
First official release: 11th July 1983 - Robert Plant The Principle Of Moments (EU LP//Es Paranza Records 79-0101-1)
Best available source: Robert Plant The Principle Of Moments [2007 Remaster] (EU CD//Es Paranza Records 8122-74159-2)
*First official release/Best available source: November 1983 - Robert Plant In The Mood (US promo 7"//Es Paranza 7-99820)
**First official release/Best available source: July 1983 - Robert Plant Big Log (US promo 7"//Atlantic 7-99844)
***First official release/Best available source: 4th July 1983 - Robert Plant Big Log (EU 7"//Es Paranza Records 79-9848-7)
****First official release/Best available source: 3rd November 2003 - Robert Plant Sixty Six To Timbuktu (EU 2CD//Mercury 986 591-3)
*****First official release/Best available source: 3rd April 2007 - Robert Plant The Principle Of Moments [2007 Remaster] (EU CD//Es Paranza Records 8122-74159-2)

When Phil retires to their farm in May with Tony and Mike to compose and record the next Genesis album, he doesn't miss the chance to play the encores as one of the special guests at an Eric Clapton show in Guildford on 23 May. For him it is the first time to be on stage with his friend Eric, and he will play some of the encores more often in the years to come. Some of them he drums here for the first and last time...






Roll Over Beethoven [live 1983]

(Chuck Berry) (6:51) 1956
Only known perfomance date: 23rd May 1983 - Civic Hall/Guildford

You Win Again [live 1983]°

(Hank Williams) (3:55) 1952
Only known perfomance date: 23rd May 1983 - Civic Hall/Guildford

Matchbox [live 1983]°

(Carl Perkins) (6:13) 1957
First known perfomance date: 23rd May 1983 - Civic Hall/Guildford

Goodnight, Irene [live 1983]°*

(Lead Belly) (6:16) 1933
First known perfomance date: 23rd May 1983 - Civic Hall/Guildford
Recording date: 23rd May 1983
Recording location: Civic Hall/Guildford
Produced by: ?
Performed by: The Eric Clapton Band feat. Phil Collins (2nd Drums), Jimmy Page, Chas Hodges, °Dave Peacock & *Paul Brady
First official release: ---
Best available source: Bootleg - Eric Clapton Guildford 83 (Audience 2CD//?)

While still in session with Genesis, Phil spontaneously helps out his predecessor Peter Gabriel, whose drummer Jerry Marotta has been injured and the open air gig on 9 July in London is in danger of falling through. He plays three Gabriel songs here for the first and last time.






Lay Your Hands On Me [live 1983]

(Peter Gabriel) (9:01)

San Jacinto [live 1983]

(Peter Gabriel) (8:29)

Kiss Of Life [live 1983]

(Peter Gabriel) (7:54)
Recording date: 9th July 1983
Recording location: Selhurst Park Football Ground, London
Produced by: ?
Performed by: Peter Gabriel feat. Phil Collins (2nd Drums)
First official release: ---
Best available source: Bootleg - Peter Gabriel The Best Things Are Worth Waiting For (Audience 2CD//Davros 001)

Right after finishing the recording of the new self-titled Genesis album, he is already booked again as drummer and producer. Adam Ant wants him for two tracks of his upcoming album and has you come to ABBA's Polar Studios in Stockholm for that.










Puss'n Boots *

(Adam Ant/Marco Pirroni) (3:52)

Puss'n Boots (Extended Version) **

(Adam Ant/Marco Pirroni) (3:52)

Strip ***

(Adam Ant/Marco Pirroni) (3:48)

Strip (Extended Version) ****

(Adam Ant/Marco Pirroni) (3:52)

Strip (Live Studio Version) *****

(Adam Ant/Marco Pirroni) (4:30)
Recording date: late summer 1983
Recording location: Polar Studios, Stockholm
Produced by: Phil Collins
Performed by: Adam Ant feat. Phil Collins (Drums)
*First official release: 17th October 1983 - Adam Ant Puss'n Boots (UK 7"//CBS A3614)
**First official release/Best available source: 17th October 1983 - Adam Ant Puss'n Boots (UK 12"//CBS TA3614)
***First official release: 7th November 1983 - Adam Ant Strip (UK Album//CBS 25705)
****First official release/Best available souce: 28th November 1983 - Adam Ant Strip (UK 12"//CBS TA3589)
*****First official release: 2005 - Adam Ant Strip [2005 Remaster] (UK CD//Columbia 519639 2)
*/***/*****Best available source: Adam Ant Strip [2005 Remaster] (UK CD//Columbia 519639 2)

From the end of August, Mr. Collins is already "on the road" again - this time in the role of drummer on Robert Plant's The Principle Of Moments tour in the USA and Canada until the beginning of October. Here he drums covers of Elvis and Bob Marley for the first time, as well as a song from the first and two songs from Plant's second album, which were recorded by other drummers.






Little Sister [live 1983]

(Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman) (3:42)
Only known performance date: 9th September 1983 - Memorial Auditorium/Buffalo
First official release: ---
Best available source: Bootleg - Robert Plant [live in Buffalo] (Audiene 2CD//?)






In The Mood (Live)

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt/Paul Martinez) (7:35)

Thru' With The Two Step (Live)

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt/Paul Martinez) (11:11)

Lively Up Yourself (Live)

(Bob Marley) (3:04)
First known performance date: 3rd September 1983 - Joe Louis Arena/Detroit

Like I've Never Been Gone (Live) *

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt) (7:31)
First known performance date: 3rd September 1983 - Joe Louis Arena/Detroit
Recording Date: 20th September 1983
Recording Location: The Summit, Houston
Produced by:
Performed by: Robert Plant feat. Phil Collins (Drums) a.o.
First official release/Best available source: 2007 - Robert Plant Pictures At Eleven [2007 Remaster] (EU CD//Swan Song 8122-74158-2)
*First official release/Best available source: 2007 - Robert Plant The Principle Of Moments [2007 Remaster] (EU CD//Es Paranza Records 8122-74159-2)





Pledge Pin (Live From Dallas Texas)

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt) ()

Horizontal Departure (Live From Dallas Texas)

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt/Paul Martinez/Jezz Woodroffe) ()
Recording Date: 22th September 1983
Recording Location: Reunion Arena, Dallas
Produced by:
Performed by: Robert Plant feat. Phil Collins (Drums) a.o.
First official release/Best available source: November 1983 - Robert Plant In The Mood (UK 12"//WEA B6970T)






Wreckless Love [live 1983]

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt) (9:30)
First known performance date: 3rd September 1983 - Joe Louis Arena/Detroit

Stranger Here...Than Over There [live 1983]

(Robert Plant/Robbie Blunt/Paul Martinez/Jezz Woodroffe) (8:14)
First known performance date: 3rd September 1983 - Joe Louis Arena/Detroit
Recording date: 1st October 1983
Recording location: PNE Coliseum/Vancouver
First official release: ---
Best available source: Bootleg - Robert Plant Vancouver Oct 1st 1983 (Audience 2CD//?)

After just one month, Phil is already on a mommy tour with Genesis in the USA and Canada from the beginning of November until mid-December..


1984

Even before the Mama tour goes into the next round in the new year,
Phil records the title track for Taylor Hackford's new film Against All Odds, based on the four-year-old demo How Can You Sit There? and destined to become one of his biggest hits upon its release in February.





Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now)

(Phil Collins) (3:23)
Recording date: PC, 3rd January 1984
Recording location: RCA Studios/New York City, Music Grinder/Los Angeles (Phils drums & vocals)
Produced by: Arif Mardin
Performed by: Phil Collins feat. Rob Mounsey (piano) & Arif Mardin (keyboard bass & string arrangement)
First official release: February 1984 - Phil Collins Against All Odds (US 7"//Atlantic 7-89700)
Best available source: Phil Collins The Singles [2016 Remaster] (EU 3CD//Atlantic 081227945916)

Immediately after that, Phil will be on the road from early January to late February on the second leg of the Mama Tour with Genesis in the U.S. and Canada plus five concerts as the tour finale in Birmingham, England.


 



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Editors: Ulrich Klemt, Christian Gerhardts

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