Pretties For You (1969) - Alice Cooper
Agreed and agreed. The song just doesn't make much sense, but it's what I love about it
I read (many years ago) that the term "silver rainbow" was Tonyspeak for a zipper. If so, it makes sense.
I maintain that Genesis has huge quality throughout their discography and I'd love to see them indulge, either massive three+ hour shows, or wobbling certain tracks from night to night.
Seeing that Mike seems to be emphatic about not playing more than two hours, the set will, more than likely, be packed with the radio hits.
I’ve made an expanded CD version of Abacab. I included all of the outtakes except Me and Virgil (cuz it sucks) and the two instrumentals because I feel they do not fit into the album’s sound.
2. No Reply At All
3. Me and Sarah Jane
4. Keep It Dark
5. Who Dunnit
7. Man On The Corner
8. Like It Or Not
10. You Might Recall
11. Another Record
I found that putting Who Dunnit after Keep It Dark and before Dodo drastically improves both the song and the album’s flow. The drum part of Keep It Dark flows nicely into Who Dunnit. Who dunnit now ends up being a quirky introduction to Dodo.
I Missed Again - Phil Collins
Personally I could easily give WCD, HOMH and LOC a miss for something else
I can't listen to those three songs, but, they did help build on the band's previous successes. Personally, I'm into their less direct stuff even though the hits are what the majority of casual fans seem interested in.
Alice Cooper - Hard Hearted Alice
Guided By Voices - Gold Star For Robot Boy
The Rolling Stones - Harlem Shuffle
Martha & The Vandellas - Heatwave
Kraftwerk - Ananas Symphonie
Synergy - Relay Breakdown
The Tubes - Prime Time
Nick Mason - Can't Get My Motor To Start
Yes - Going For The One
The Cars - Heartbeat City
The Brains - Money Changes Everything
Recently, I played the "Shapes" album a lot. Still not in my Top 3, but this has grown a lot over time. Especially Silver Rainbow and Just A Job To Do
My first Genesis album (other than a worn ATTW3 someone gave me) and tour, so it has a special place in my heart.
A CD of Gospel hymns by an Amish choir.
Happy Birthday Cake, Paul!
And Then There Were Three took me about 15 listens to fall in love with it. The only complaint from me is Genesis gave us too much on that album (generous to a fault).
With minor surgery, I've come up with a version which works great for me. Just take the last two songs, The Lady Lies and Follow You, Follow Me, from the record and make them part of an EP.
The trailing notes at the end of Say It's Alright, Joe fade away with that era of the band. The next you hear from the boys is the start of the Duke album, a triumphant return.
As an aside, it took me over 40 years to really see ATTWT's cover. Wow!
I'd love to hear Keep It Dark again, but they've only got two hours and so much ground to cover. Also, how cool would it be to hear Calling All Stations sang by Phil? Finally, Deep In The Motherlode would be nice. Just my three wishes...hey, call it the Three Wishes tour and they take three requests from us collectively!
Money On It - togetherPANGEA
Thank you both for the warm welcomes.
...and then there were three...
Wind and Wuthering
If I could have chosen a live album - Three Sides Live
Grazing In The Grass - The Friends of Distinction
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