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Posted: 03 Jul 2006, 23:59
by Yyzlin
king feeb wrote:Album: Foxtrot


Song: "Supper's Ready"

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Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 00:10
by Snowdog
brotherlouie wrote:
Neige wrote:Favourite track? Very difficult - I'll say Harold The Barrel!

:shock:


You must be joking.
Take a running jump.

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 00:59
by Mike Boom
You must be joking.
Take a running jump.


He hasn't got a leg to stand on.

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 08:49
by Neige
The Slider wrote:
brotherlouie wrote:
Neige wrote:Favourite track? Very difficult - I'll say Harold The Barrel!

:shock:


:lol:

I bet that one doesn't get any seconders.


Well... I do love it because there's so much happening in such a short time.

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 09:28
by Oscar
Album: Selling England (this week); Lamb (next week); Trick Of The Tail (when I'm feeling brave)

Track: 'Carpet Crawlers', wrestled from 'I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)', 'Firth Of Fifth', 'The Cinema Show' and as corny as this sounds 'Follow You Follow Me' and 'Turn It On Again'...... and 'Ripples' .... and 'Entangled' .... I fucking love Genesis!!!!

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 09:48
by Jumper k
Calling All Stations is obviously the best thing they ever did.
Track? And Jesus He Knows Me for the sheer joyous humility.

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 09:58
by andymacandy
Ah, the first "real" (do I mean Rael?) band I got into.
I unconditionally love everything up to "And Then There Were Three", and some of what followed, but they changed, man..........
I still play Selling England and The Lamb much more than I do the later stuff, so maybe Im appreciating those days all over again.
They were capable of moments of incredible beauty, especially instrumentally.
"Hairless Heart" is stunning, and there are lots of moments like that on The Lamb.My kneejerk response is always that "Selling England" is my favourite studio work, but The Lamb comes very close, and thats before I even factor in "Foxtrot".
Favourite track;
Carpet Crawlers,Dawn( from Trespass), Counting Out Time,Suppers Ready,Firth of Fifth, Mad Man Moon,I Know What I Like(esp live)
Nah, its The Cinema Show, from Seconds Out
Album;Seconds Out, with hon mentions for Selling England, and the live Lamb on the boxset.

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 10:11
by trans-chigley express
andymacandy wrote:Dawn( from Trespass)


Wrong time of day, it's Dusk.

Album: A Trick Of The Tail. I think I'm possibly the only one to choose a non Gabriel album. Second favourite would be Selling England.

Track: One from each album:
In The Wilderness
Stagnation
Musical Box
Supper's Ready
Firth of Fifth
The Carpet Crawlers
Entangled
Blood on the Rooftops
Down and Out
Duke's Travels
Abacab
Mama
N/A
N/A
One Man's Fool

Do The Neurotic and On The Shoreline would be my favourite tracks from Invisble Touch and We Can't Dance respectively if they hadn't been left off the album.

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 10:31
by andymacandy
Lord Belborough wrote:
andymacandy wrote:Dawn( from Trespass)


Wrong time of day, it's Dusk.


Of course it is.
And I forgot to mention "Snowbound" as well............

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 17:01
by Clippernolan
I think the thing I like most about early Genesis is the absurdist humour interwoven into the lyrics. I find them to be very Pythonesque in places.

Album: Foxtrot. As good as the others of this era are, this record has the best pacing of any of them, each piece having its place, with a beginning, middle and end.

Song: "Supper's Ready". Does what the whole of Lamb attempted in less time (although I love Lamb too).

______________

Runners Up - "Cinema Show", "In The Cage"

Favourite Collins-era tune- "Turn It On Again".

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 17:11
by Delgado
Gabriel era -

album
Lamb

song The Carpet Crawlers

Collins era -

album
Trick Of The Tail

song Ripples

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 19:24
by The Slider
Neige wrote:
The Slider wrote:
brotherlouie wrote:
Neige wrote:Favourite track? Very difficult - I'll say Harold The Barrel!

:shock:


:lol:

I bet that one doesn't get any seconders.


Well... I do love it because there's so much happening in such a short time.


We can help you.

Posted: 04 Jul 2006, 20:50
by Jeemo
album - Lamb

song - supper ready (live version from the 1st box set)

Posted: 30 Jul 2006, 15:40
by Prince Of Peace
Album: Nursery Cryme

Track : The Musical Box

Posted: 01 Aug 2006, 20:23
by kath
Capt. Slim wrote:Gabriel era -

album
Lamb

song The Carpet Crawlers

Collins era -

album
Trick Of The Tail

song Ripples


this is what i would've posted, had i posted before this particular person posted.

Posted: 17 Aug 2006, 22:00
by Bish Bash Bosh
I have a Genesis demo single from 1968, Silent Sun. Produced by that
star of porridge Johnathan King. Not a very good song, but it may pay
for a day out doing "Spot the pigeon" in years to come.

I know what i like.

Re: BCB 100 - Genesis

Posted: 02 Jul 2010, 05:21
by pcqgod
album: Foxtrot
song: Watcher of the Skies