One of my all time Gabriel favorites. I loved the 2002-2004 live version a lot - and I thought their performance was a bit weaker during the BtF tour.
I used to listen to that one a lot and Look across at dreamland and When I get over you are my favorites. Have to check it out again! Thanks for bringing that back to my attention
Will they offer a download code?
That's obviously Phil then
Hope there are some changes in his set list.
I saw them recently. And I must say, this band is really the best he ever had (or at least in recent years). Full of energy and high leven playing. Go and see them when you can!!!!!
Nice one, thanks.
Didn't know he already received a honorary degree in the early nineties. And a shame he didn't perform, ut somewhat understandable....
Sounds interesting, but some questions remain unanswered:
Are these new stereo mixes or just remastered old mixes?
Will there be bonus-tracks?
What kind of set is this: indiidual CDs inside or just cardsleeves?
Will the set contain a booklet or individual booklets?
What happened to the 5.1 plans?
Ah! That really helps, thanks!
I hope they consider relasing some additional rare stuff, i.e. alternate versions etc
Thanks for posting!
It's quite obvious that Kim Poor gets completely ignored these days. I kind of understand Steve, but she was a part of his earlier albums, her cover designs were fantastic ...
That's simply unbelievable - who is responsible for quality control???
Good thing is, this rough ending is quite unique. I'd like to hear more stuf like this.
This is party man, Everybird, Nocturnal
I'm quite pleased with the record in general, but these tracks stand out for me.
They have put the wrong track on this album? Really? I mean, could this get any worse????
They have never trated their releases accurately. A shame.
strange discussion for me, actually. We are talking about a couple of solo tracks and I don't even know whether or not that sounds like from the tape. I go to see Steve Hackett play the guitar and he has got an incredible live band. Haven't seen anyone complain so far about these shows. In fact, people were very enthusiastic.
ok, here it is
I may write more later about The Lamb.
It was a trick one to dive into. cd1 was quite easy to access, but cd2 was strange for me. standout tracks for me are fly on a windshiels, carpet crawlers, lamia, riding the scree and it. waiting room is special as it's so unique. in the cage was better live, especially on later tours. counting out time is fun, a bite like happy the man meets just a job to do.
overall it's the number of tracks, the mystery of the story and the fact that you won't find the usual prog suspects, instead you get bits and pieces of prog. and a lot of songs.
first and last one
maybe it's a certain degree of being sentimental, but I really like going back!
the return of the giant hogweed
get'em out by friday
firth of fifth
the waiting room
mad man moon
blood on the rooftops
have tried to avoid the obvious as far as i could ...
I know this university a bit. It's a good one so, Dr. Phil Collins, well deserved!
Looks like the Germans like We Can't Dance
Lamb, Duke and Dance for me. Foxtrot would follow next.
As I said, I like both Lamb and Dance. Lamb astonishes me again and again and Dance is such a great collection of songs and has a wonderful atmosphere.
Duke excites me as well, especially due to Duke's Travels / End.
Will they also do a new CD version at some point? Or a stand alone release of the 5.1 version?
I don't care much about vinyl ....
Shame they don't do CDs or a complete set for fans. I wonder why that is so difficult. Feels like they don't really care much about the real fans.