As sure as eggs...
As sure as eggs...
I thought the RC issue was interesting and well written. There are two pictures for the Pensylvanian Flickhouse shop burned vinyl. I know one was done by Anon but they must have created another one too.
And that was crucial for me.
I paid £25 for my double disc Live the way we walk back many years ago. I love flicking around the different viewing areas of the arena. Usually end up back in the mosh pit by the end of the first song.
I did the same as you.
I bought the three box sets with the studio cds.
Stayed away from the live box set. I believe the Live at the Rainbow CD is missing Watcher. I love live albums but already own all those cds.
The video box. I already own all the dvds including the fantastic double disc live the way we walk.
So my advice would be save your money. Buy the new Transatlantic 3cd.
Is it because the guitar riff never goes away through the entire track?
Sorry I pressed send by accident.
Maybe 2 medleys.
One delicate double 12 string bringing in elements of Stagnation, White Mountain, etc.
One big drum rhythmic thing bringing together Apocalypse 9/8, Eleventh Earl etc.
It is quite scary what they can combine.
By accident I have placed 2 Trespass songs together.
I think medleys could be used widely so as to fit in with the 2 hour format.
Re Leland Sklar and James Taylor.
Im sure they reunited with Carole King at the Troubedour show about 10 years ago.
I never saw Dire Straits on the Love over Gold tour. Obviously I have heard Alchemy a number of times over the years.
Just spellbinding to watch a magical band in their best incarnation. I have affection for the great songs of the first couple of albums and I do like Brothers in Arms still to this day.
But that album. That tour.
Thank you for that
However we cannot now change the set list!!
Genesis will perform two Epping Forests.
I suggest they could do an instrumental one like 'Dukes End' at song 2 and a fully vocal version with a group of cockney villains helping Phil in the middle of the set.
I think thefarmer needs to explain the significance of two Battle of Epping Forests.
One comes in second on the set list.
The other nearing the mid point.
Are they exactly the same?
Or is the song split in two.
It is a very difficult song to sing with all those cockney accents and characters.
Perhaps with Nic on drums they may change things a bit. Rumour has it there may be other vocalistics on hand to really project the song(s).
I think this is a very brave move by Genesis and I can only applaud thefarmer for revealing. I for one can't wait for the opening song Dodo/ Lurker which is a striking way to start.
Will they have the heartbeats opening intro tape from the Duke tour?
It is just so exciting.
Thank you thefarmer.
I have to say I am enjoying this one.
Slowly realising that ABACAB the album is a bloody masterpiece.
I will give it a go...
SEBTP dancing with the moonlit knights
Lamb Lillywhite lilith
TRICK mad man moon
WIND 11th earl
3 burning rope
ABACAB like it or not and Sarah jane
WCD last spike no son
Non album naminanu and twilight alehouse.
I am playing it through the day.
Some wonderful flowing emotional SW sequences.
Very synthesised like 1980s Numan
Some early Porcupine moments too.
I'm giving it 10 out of 10.
Maybe they might cover the old Presley tune...
Thank you Phil for the information.
You need to write a book.
I have a bid for FGTR currently on ebay.
1973 according to Discogs.
Thank you about the cassette colour information.