Posts by dudeski

    I believe the problem with The Mama Tour is they don't have access to the original camera film, only the videotape master, which would impossible to get an actual HD product from.


    The Invisible Touch Tour was filmed on HD video tape, which allowed (once they found a vintage machine to read the tape) an HD video source to work with. If they made a new digital master when they transferred the tape for the white box set a BluRay would be possible.


    As far as I know the problem with The Way We Walk and Serious Hits Live is they were filmed on standard definition video tape, so there is no way to get a true HD video from the original footage. In these days of AI upscaling I suppose anything might be possible, but someone would have to be monetarily interested in taking on the work.

    interesting ... but this may also mean nothing will happen - the days of large sales for concert film physical media are obviously over, So who would be willing to pay the bills when there is no return of investment?

    This is the official video of the new track


    A wonderful video ...


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    indeed really good! What a great song for a comeback. I hope an album will follow.

    If you don't know, our invaluable David Lightman showed over a week ago on Movement a 40-minute Genesis rehearsal on a video proshot from April 6, 1992 from Chiddingfold. Driving The Last Spike, Old Medley and Land Of Confusion were played then. Yesterday, the ending of The Musical Box and the instrumental version of Firth Of Fifth were shown on YouTube. Truly a classic, a great thing, a complete surprise. :) On Movement is 40 minutes long. The rehearsals are an "extension" of fragments from Genesis Opening Night 1992.


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    Looks like all this stuff is coming in bits and pieces. Why not putting that all on one film and release a We can't dance Special Edition .... oh wait .... :rolleyes:

    Nice to see Peter picked as a "Rock God" on Radio 2 Rock Show last night (Johnnie Walker) available on BBC Sounds. They played a bit of various songs including Modern Love from this album. I really like that song.

    I also like Modern Love, so I picked that.

    Apart from that, I skipped the obvious (Solsbury hill) and picked Flood and Humdrum ....

    13. I love the track, especially the MTV Unplugged version and I am still hoping this will see the light of day :)


    In the meantime, there's also the MTV Most Wanted version worth checking out


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    As a devoted fan who loves all the solo albums without exception I would be interested to know which ones you consider 'not even average'. For me he's been amazingly consistent. I can count the solo songs I dislike on one hand.

    oh - didn't mean to be offensive! It's perfectly fine you like his output!

    I just lost interest after his later albums all sounded more and more the same. I quite like "Golden Heart" and "Sailing..." but after that it became less interesting, especially his last few albums like "Privateering". And the new song sounds pretty boring to me. Would love to hear a proper rock album again.

    not really thought about it before...Dance a great opener on Trick, maybe Squonk might have worked as well....Deep in Motherlode might have worked on AT3 ...as thought was a great show opener for the 80 tour..

    I would have loved to hear Deep in the motherlode open later tour. Sadly, they didn't play it for long ...