Wot Gorilla and Blood on the Rooftops are the tracks that makw W&W special to me. Tracks like OFTV or Afterglow are great, but somehow "familiar", while Wot Gorilla is a true highlight, same with BOTR
Oh, that's great news! Looking forward to it
funny enough, I always liked the "new" studio version of "it" on the Archive set. As for the boxset, I only hope they think carefully what to include and how. There are great boxsets by other bands so that should be enough inspiration
guess we all want more and better stuff, don't we?
That still does not mean that people who look for videos like that do a bad job, it's more the band / management who are responsible.
thanks for sharing, it really was a surprise! Quite obviuously only on stage cameras were used, so it looks like material they recorded for the screens.
The new album by THE WHO. What a band. I wish Genesis would do one more album of this quality
oh oh oh ... is there something afoot? Can't believe they just meet in NYC without a purpose? Who knows ...
Oh, that album
Well, Me & Sarah Jane is great, Dodo is fun and Abacab a good live track.
14 points - an outstanding track from their later days.
Land of Confusion - just think this is one of their standout "straight forward" tracks
Domino - a live favorite
Tonight Tonight Tonight - I love the way Phil sings on that one!
also wishing everybody a Merry Christmas!
Well.... Last Christmas (still can't stand it)
Then: Driving Home For Christmas (still a great track)
I saw Ray Wilson solo a couple of times and was wondering which Genesis tracks he did during his solo career
I am aware of:
Calling All Stations
Not About Us
The Dividing Line
There Must Be Some Other Way
No Son Of Mine
I Can't Dance
Jesus He Knows Me
Land Of Confusion
Follow You Follow Me
The Lamb Lies Down ...
Does anybody have some background info why "Something Blue" wasn't properly recorded for Invisible Men?
I love this new version, one of my favorite tracks on the RHMC record!
What happened to this section? No more tracks of the week?
thx for the review and guest reviews! Have ordered it and got it yesterday. It's a pretty good record and really interesting for people who are not that familar with Ant's work (and don't know where to start)
Can you tell a bit more about music? Style, melodies etc.
It's not my world, but I may get this as well
Uncertain Weather, Dividing Line and the title track
Also like Banjo Man, but that was 'just' a b-side.
First shows seemed to be sold out, but no info came from the later ones. Photos indicate they were all packed in the USA
.... patiently waiting.
can imagine that is quite a task to do.