I noticed that the beginnings of Don’t Call Me Ashley and For a Friend were clipped off. Someone else noticed that a fade-in was clipped off on a remixed track. This person says it is due to the tracks being “hard limited.”
I don’t appreciate that the only Gabriel release in years was a limited edition picture disc that sold out before I even got a chance to buy it. Extremely unfair to the fans. It looks like the UK got way more copies than we did in America. Guess I’ll never hear it.
My local store only got two copies and they sold out before I made it in. Really disappointed.
My top 4 are from those years.
Yes, that is exactly what I meant.
Yes, that’s true.
“I have rediscovered my passion for music and performing! It's time to do it all again and I'm excited… it just feels right."
--This recent quote from Phil makes me think we might see another new studio album.
I can now add Las Vegas, October 2018 to my list of shows.
There was quite a bit of stuff on this release that I had never heard before. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I'm looking forward to what Phil does next.
1. Back in NYC
3. The Cinema Show
4. Deep in the Motherlode
5. Blood on the Rooftops
6. Man of Our Times
7. The Fountain of Salmacis
9. The Dividing Line
1. Wind and Wuthering
2. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
3. And Then There Were Three
5. Nursery Cryme
6. Selling England By The Pound
9. Invisible Touch
10. A Trick of the Tail
12. Calling All Stations
13. We Can't Dance
15. From Genesis To Revelation
I finished reading Chapter and Verse a couple of months ago I think. I enjoyed it, but I thought it didn't really have an ending. I just sort of turned the page and said, "That's it?" I enjoyed all the quotes from different people about different stages of their career. I learned a few things I didn't know.
I'm 100% behind Nic on drums, especially since Phil says this is the only way he will do it.
I've never understood the logistical problems some people can't seem to work out. You just bring out the appropriate people for the appropriate numbers at the appropriate time, like Steve does with his current show.
I enjoyed it. It was interesting watching them get reacquainted with all the music they had forgotten. Mike and Tony were divas (I felt sorry for some of the crew members having to meet their demands) and Phil just wanted to rock.
I'd be more interested in a series of live archive releases.
I’m a bit late posting this, but my wife and I saw him in Las Vegas last month. I got the bearded hipster Phil shirt, a program, and one of the numbered black and white photos.
Musically it was very tight and it was better than I remember from the 80s and 90s. In terms of his vocals, I thought his voice was very strong. I was more than satisfied with the concert.
Some of the songs sounded better than I remembered them.
That's a shame, I understand your reaction but while we are of course different in how we react to things, no other members' comments should cause any of us to back away.
As I said earlier I had a very brief dalliance with FB but felt I got nothing from it so left. Subsequently, some shocking behaviour on their part simply convinced me I'd done the right thing. And I'm not even talking about Cambridge Analytica, I'm referring to stuff well before that invoving their refusal to remove pages celebrating - yes, CELEBRATING - violence against women. What a vile, amoral organisation. I want nothing to do with them.
Once I reported Nazi propaganda on Facebook and they did nothing. Their community standards and reporting process are a bit lacking.
I’ve found that even message boards can often be unfair. Many times the moderators are all of one mind and can take the side of some of the more abrasive group members, even if they violate rules.
Not referring to this group, of course.