Posts by PaulM80

    Many good guesses in this thread. IMHO they could play their 10 biggest hits and then pick another 10 songs out of a hat and it'd be a great show. Most likely Phil's voice will ultimately determine what goes on the list. I'm just hoping that they try to mix it up so that it's not an exact replay of the 2007 tour. The good thing is Phil will have a few thousand backup singers in addition to the two on stage, so if he has any issues it could be like when I saw John Paul Jones about 20 years ago (bass, drums, Chapman Stick, no vocalist, the crowd sang every song).


    My last guess was a total fantasy. This one adds a few tracks they haven't done in a while, and the possibility of a different opener for when they play multiple dates in the same town.


    Waiting Room (during walk on)

    Dance on a Volcano, Deep In The Motherlode, or Abacab (changes each night)

    Behind The Lines

    Duchess

    No Son Of Mine

    Land of Confusion

    Hold On My Heart

    Home By The Sea

    Follow You Follow Me

    White Mountain

    The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (Musical Box closing section)

    In The Cage / Cinema Show (instrumental) / Watcher of the Skies (outro)

    I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) / Stagnation (outro)

    Many Too Many

    Domino

    Phil and Nic drum duet / In That Quiet Earth / Apocalypse in 9/8 / As Sure as Eggs Is Eggs

    Fading Lights (short version)

    Tonight, Tonight, Tonight (short version) / Invisible Touch


    1st Encore

    Mama

    I Can't Dance

    Turn It On Again


    2nd Encore

    For Absent Friends

    Carpet Crawlers

    Hello. First post from a new guy here.

    I'm in Atlanta GA with my fingers crossed that they'll play at least a small selection of shows in the US sometime in late 2021 or 2022. Most likely I'll have to settle for the next When In Rome/Come Rain Or Shine collection, and that's OK. Any band that's still playing live after 50 years is extraordinary.


    My big hope is that they'll drop a few songs that they've played a million times to make room for others. At least one song (or even a segment) from every album going back to Trespass would be great. I'm not holding my breath for Dodo/Lurker or Entangled or Digby. I just want a mix of the usual hits plus some surprises, the audience singing along with Phil on every chorus and high part.


    If they were to live-stream one of their last shows in the UK, this is something that I'd happily pay to see.


    Waiting Room (during walk on) / Dance on a Volcano

    Misunderstanding

    Abacab

    That's All

    Land of Confusion

    Hold On My Heart

    Home By The Sea (only the first one)

    Follow You Follow Me

    The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (Musical Box ending)

    In The Cage / Cinema Show (instrumental) / Watcher of the Skies (outro)

    Many Too Many

    Mama

    Domino

    Phil and Nic drum duet / In That Quiet Earth / Apocalypse in 9/8 / As Sure as Eggs Is Eggs (Phil: "And it's..." The entire audience sings along from "HEY, BABE!" to "JERUSALEM!")

    Tonight, Tonight, Tonight (short version) / Invisible Touch


    1st Encore

    I Can't Dance (Phil does "the walk" all the way to his chair during the intro, and then he does it again for a minute at the end, crowd goes wild both times)

    Turn It On Again


    2nd Encore

    Phil: "Some old friends are here with us tonight.....Steve Hackett and Peter Gabriel."

    (5 minutes of deafening cheers, applause, stomping and chanting "GEN-E-SIS! GEN-E-SIS! GEN-E-SIS!")

    Lover's Leap ("It really has been a long time.....Hasn't it?")

    Dancing With The Moonlit Knight (excerpt) / Carpet Crawlers

    I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) / Stagnation (outro)


    (Band takes a bow, walks off, comes back 5 minutes later)

    Peter: "Well, as long as we're all here we might as well play it one more time.......THE KNIFE!!!"


    I'm sure we'll probably get something closer to the set from 2007, but a man can dream.