I think there is some Phil in there as well.
Posts by Sanctuary Man
Totally gutted. Had tickets for Symphony Hall. Let's just hope that Andrew comes through OK.
Fantastic at York - an unbelievable experience. The visuals and lighting for 1975 shows why Genesis were a great live band. Masterful performances by all of The Musical Box - will certainly join them for SEBTP next year.
A beautiful atmospheric song with great work by Tony, but what lifts to a 15 for me are the vocals. Phil's voice is so full of emotion and yearning - probably my very favourite track on Duke.
I's been a long, long time. I think I bought tickets for the York show back in 2019. We are finally getting ready to head to York for the show this week!
I was looking forward to see John Cale at Birmingham Town Hall tonight but just had notice that the concert has been cancelled - a victim of covid! Sitting here in Lincoln wondering whether to still get the coach and use our overnight room. Oh well!
OK, I'll try to come up with a female voices list. I'm doing this at lunch break at work, so I'll probably overlook some artists in my collection.
- Tori Amos - Ribbons Undone
- The B-52s - Deadbeat Club
- Jonatha Brooke - Crumbs
- Buckingham Nicks - Crying In the Night
- Kate Bush - The Morning Fog
- The [Dixie] Chicks - White Trash Wedding
- Cocteau Twins - Iceblink Luck
- Crash Vegas - On and On (Lodestar)
- Dalbello - Gonna Get Close to You
- Ani DiFranco - Imperfectly
- Echobelly - Dark Therapy
- Emm Gryner - Stereochrome
- Aretha Franklin - Mary Don't You Weep
- Indigo Girls - Galileo
- Aimee Mann - Could've Been Anyone
- Martha and the Vandellas - Dancing In the Street
- Kate and Anna McGarrigle - NaCl
- Maria McKee - Breathe
- Sarah McLachlan - Mercy
- Milla - The Gentleman Who Fell
- Joni Mitchell - Conversation
- The New Pornographers - Mass Romantic
- Sinead O'Connor - Troy
- Dolly Parton - The Grass Is Blue
- The Roches - Ing
- Jane Siberry - The Walking (and Constantly)
- Richard and Linda Thompson - Dimming of the Day
- Weeping Tile - Dogs and Thunder
- Gillian Welch - Tear My Stillhouse Down
- Amy Winehouse - Rehab
- Suzanne Vega - Book of Dreams
And I have already run out of numbers! So many others that should be mentioned.
Great to see a call out for Gillian Welch - I am not a country fan but she is just amazing.
Klaus Schulze died 26 April aged 74. Timewind is one of my favourite albums from the German electronic music gendre.
OK, well, my next gig is Steve Hackett at the Scottish Rite Auditorium on April 8th. Of course, I am looking forward to it very much! 👍
However, I am really here to tell you about a ticket I just bought, for an act I thought was not ever going on the road again (just like with Genesis before they announced “The Last Domino?”).
Roxy Music is doing a small run of shows in honor of their 50th anniversary in North America and the UK! The original band (minus Brian Eno, of course) is going on the road again - yes, even Andy Mackay, who had somewhat recently announced his retirement from live performance due to his Dupuytren’s Contracture. I guess he found a treatment/training regimen that worked for him.
There is a pre-sale going on RIGHT NOW. If you want to take part in it, the password is “ROXY50” (without the quotation marks) for pre-sales on both sides of the pond.
I already have my ticket for Philadelphia, three days before the general on-sale. If you are a Roxy fan, now is your chance to see them again, and very likely for the last time.
Thanks for the heads up about the pre-sale. Tickets are in the bag for the O2. Possibly, like Genesis, the last time we'll see them live.
The Unthanks at the Lincoln Drill Hall on 13 April. Stunning folk band with a minimalist feel. From a prog perspective their take on Starless is breathtaking.
This week the main task is to try and get tickets to see Roxy at the O2 in October - good luck to everyone on Thursday morning.
Just booked tickets to finally see John Cale in Birmingham - sadly I never got to see Lou Reed.
Looking forward to finally see Tangerine Dream at Coventry Cathedral on 11 March.
With the postponement of The Musical Box in York I am hoping that I will get to see Van Der Graaf Generator in Birmingham in February. Always enjoyed their music but never seen them live.
Disappointed but not that surprised. Had planned a binge listen on five man Genesis working up to The Lamb. Instead I'm just going to for a complete run through from FGTR to Calling All Stations. Hope to be in York next year for a concert with tickets booked three years earlier. Not the first concert to appear in 2023 as I have tickets for Camel later in the year.
Still looking forward to Van Der Graaf Generator later in February and Tangerine Dream in March so keeping fingers-crossed!
Had the good fortune to see PG on his first tour - 13 Sept 1977 at Newcastle City Hall.
Well Phil got this one wrong - Genesis alive and kickin' (we hope) in March 2022!!
My tickets from Ticketmaster for Leeds 27 Sept arrived this morning!
Two things worth pondering on regarding the set list. First I'm sure that the band will be working hard to try and not just duplicate the 2007 set. Secondly this time around there is another Collins in the rehearsal room. Nic may feel that some of the earlier material when his dad was playing (and creating) some unbelivable drumming should really get a look in. I know this maybe just my wishful thinking but I live in hope. At this stage I have sadly ruled out Trespass!!!! but I believe there is still hope for Tony's great theme from Stagnation - maybe he could sneak it into the middle of Invisible Touch.
Happy to have two £136 tickets for Leeds. Never paid so much for tickets before but it is Genesis and not likely to happen again. Actually I may have used the same arguement to my wife in 2007!!