Having always loved the combination of film and music (aged 17 he gave up a place at film school to pursue a career in music) Peter Gabriel’s first opportunity to really marry these twin interests came when he was asked to create the music for Alan Parker’s film Birdy in 1985.
Further film work, including his music for Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ (that became the album Passion)...
and the soundtrack to Philip Noyce’s film Rabbit-Proof Fence (released as the album Long Walk Home), has continued to feed that interest.
“I have always loved film and any chance I have been offered to work with good film projects and good directors I have jumped at. This is a mixture of songs that have been written for specific films, and existing songs that found an appropriate place in a story. Consequently, there is a mix of different styles and moods.” – Peter Gabriel
Alongside those longer soundtrack commissions Peter Gabriel has also regularly contributed songs to a diverse range of movies and Rated PG explores this other connection forged by Peter between his music and film.
Rated PG is an opportunity to bring together in one place, for the first time, a selection of songs written especially for, or used to notable effect in, movies and includes new and previously unreleased versions, otherwise unavailable songs and a brand new track.
For Records Store Day 2019, the album is a single LP picture disc in a die-cut sleeve. Numbered and limited edition.
That’ll Do Written by Randy Newman.
Performed by Peter Gabriel featuring Paddy Maloney and The Black Dyke Mills Band.
Produced by Bob Ezrin.
Taken from the film Babe 2: Pig in the City, directed by George Miller.
Down to Earth Music by Peter Gabriel and Thomas Newman, lyrics by Peter Gabriel.
Performed by Peter Gabriel, featuring the Soweto Gospel Choir.
Produced by Peter Gabriel, L.A. Sessions Produced by Thomas Newman. Recorded by Richard Chappell assisted by Mat Arnold. Mixed by Tchad Blake.
Taken from the film Wall-E, directed by Andrew Stanton.
This Is Party Man Written by Peter Gabriel, George Acogny and Tori Amos.
Performed by The Worldbeaters and Peter Gabriel.
Produced by George Acogny and Peter Gabriel. Engineered by Richard Chappell and Rod Beale.
Taken from the film Virtuosity, directed by Brett Leonard.
* This is a new version of the song. Previously unreleased.
The Book of Love Written by Stephin Merritt.
Produced by Peter Gabriel with Bob Ezrin. Arranged by Nick Ingman with Peter Gabriel and Will Gregory. Orchestrated by Nick Ingman. Engineered by Richard Chappell.
Featured in the film Shall We Dance?, directed by Peter Chelsom.
* This is the film version of the song, which is different to the version on Scratch My Back.
Taboo Written and performed by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Peter Gabriel.
Produced by Peter Gabriel and David Bottrill.
Taken from the film Natural Born Killers, directed by Oliver Stone.
* A new edit of the song, previously unreleased.
Everybird Written and produced by Peter Gabriel.
Mixed by Richard Chappell.
Taken from the film Birds Like Us, directed by Faruk Sabanovic and Amela Cuhara.
* Previously unreleased.
Walk Through the Fire Written by Peter Gabriel.
Co-produced by Nile Rogers and Peter Gabriel. Engineered by Glenn Tommey.
Taken from the film Against All Odds, directed by Taylor Hackford.
Speak (Bol) Written and produced by Peter Gabriel with Urdu vocal arrangement by Atif Aslam.
Performed by Peter Gabriel with Atif Aslam.
Engineered by Richard Chappell.
Taken from the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist, directed by Mira Nair.
* Previously unreleased.
Written and produced by Peter Gabriel.
Engineered by Richard Chappell and Richard Evans. Mixed by Richard Evans.
Taken from the film Les Morsures de l’Aube, directed by Antoine de Caunes.
* Previously unreleased.
In Your Eyes Written by Peter Gabriel.
Produced by Daniel Lanois and Peter Gabriel. Engineered by Kevin Killen and Daniel Lanois. Featured in the film Say Anything, directed by Cameron Crowe.
* This is the film version of the song. Previously unreleased.
** NB. Due to the nature of the picture disc manufacturing process the sound quality may not be comparable to our recent black vinyl releases, though every effort has been made to make this LP sound as good as possible within the limitations of the picture disc format. For the audiophiles amongst you a hi-res download code is included.**
Richard Macphail, Mike Rutherford, Anthony Phillips, in the pre-Genesis band Anon. The song "Pennsylvania Flickhouse" is now available for download.
'Pennsylvania Flickhouse', written by Anthony Phillips, is the only recording and the only original song the band ever made.
"After the tragic and untimely death of Rivers Job in 1979, the passing of Mike Colman now leaves only four of the six full Anon members alive. He was undoubtedly the most prodigiously gifted of us all - a music scholar, highly adept at both piano and violin, he just sort of took up the guitar and played it without any seeming effort!
Thankfully at this stage known as Mick (hence avoiding any confusion with Mike Rutherford, the man he briefly replaced!), he fitted in very quickly and contributed some wonderful touches to the group - in particular his magnificent tremolo-wielding solo on the outro of the sadly-lost Brian Roberts recording of ''Pennsylvania Flickhouse'' (immeasurably better than the weak, feeble, anodyne version recorded at a 'proper' studio sometime later).
We became good friends, both sitting at the back in the 'jokers' class of chemistry & maths (inveterately useless at both) with maverick characters such as the legendary Philip Darwall Smith who was brazen and bold enough to go up to the b.odourly-challenged master, Mr X, spray him with Right Guard and get away with it!"
Digital releases for Plays Live and Secret World Live (reinstating hitherto missing tracks) and Growing Up Live is being made available for the first time. OVO is also now available on all streaming services too.
The full 16 track concert is being made available digitally for the first time. The Rhythm of the Heat, Not One of Us, Intruder and On the Air are all returned to their rightful place in the running order on Peter's first live album that captures his 1982 tour. Read more
Omitted from the original CD release (due to lack of disc space) and subsequent digital releases, San Jacinto has been added to this new digital release of Secret World Live, which capturesPeter's 1993 tour in support of his sixth studio album US. Read more
Only ever a DVD release before now, this is the first time Peter's Growing Up Live tour has been a stand-alone audio release. The show was Peter's first live tour in 10 years and showcases a number of songs from his seventh album UPand a host of Gabriel classics. Read more
Not a live album in itself, but the music that soundtracked the Millennium Dome Show in London, performed 999 times during the 365 days in 2000 that the Dome was open. Available to stream for the first time on all digital services. Read more
In 2002 and 2003, following the release of the album Up, Peter Gabriel went on the road with his Growing Up tour, once again collaborating with production designer Robert Lepage to create a spectacular and theatrical live experience. The tour took in thirty-two cities across the USA, Canada and Europe with this concert film, directed by Hamish Hamilton, being shot over two nights at the FilaForum in Milan in May 2003 with Peter Gabriel and the band performing “in the round” at the centre of the arena. Filmed in high definition, this was originally released on DVD in 2003 but never on Blu-ray. The DVD is now being reissued and the concert is being released on Blu-ray for the first time. Read more on Growing Up Live
Still Growing Up Live & Unwrapped is taken from the Still Growing Up tour of 2004, which took Peter Gabriel and his band into smaller and more intimate venues in contrast to the large arenas chronicled in the Growing Up Live film. Award-winning director Hamish Hamilton reunites with Peter Gabriel for this concert film. The Unwrapped film sees Anna Gabriel take over the director’s chair with the collaboration of Hamish Hamilton. A simpler approach suggested a different set list and Peter, Hamish and Anna were determined that this should be filmed in a very different style. It shows Peter Gabriel as many of his fans love to see him, just playing the music. Filmed in standard definition only. Read more on Still Growing Up Live
Phil Collins: arriva la compilation "The Singles"
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Una nuova antologia, che per la prima volta racchiuderà tutti i singoli incisi da Phil da "In the Air Tonight" ("Face Value") fino agli estratti dal più recente lavoro "Going Back".
Ci sono non solo per le hit dagli album in studio, rimasterizzate in digitale, ma anche il duetto con Philip Bailey degli Earth Wind and Fire ("Easy Lover"), "Against All Odds" dalla colonna sonora dell'omonimo film, "Two Hearts", "A Groovy Kind of Love", "Separate Lives", "You'll Be In My Heart" (brano da "Tarzan", vincitore di un Golden Globe e di un premio Oscar) e "Look Through My Eyes" (da "Brother Bear").
L'edizione per il mercato europeo e britannico comprenderà tre CD con tutti i singoli in ordine cronologico, mentre per il pubblico americano solo il doppio CD.
01 In The Air Tonight I Missed Again If Leaving Me Is Easy Thru These Walls You Can't Hurry Love I Don't Care Anymore Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away Why Can't It Wait 'til Morning I Cannot Believe It's True Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now) Easy Lover (con Philip Bailey) Sussudio One More Night Don't Lose My Number Take Me Home
02 Separate Lives (Love Theme From "White Nights") A Groovy Kind Of Love Two Hearts Another Day In Paradise I Wish It Would Rain Down Something Happened On The Way To Heaven That's Just the Way It Is Hang In Long Enough Do You Remember? Who Said I Would Both Sides Of The Story Everyday We Wait And We Wonder Dance Into The Light It's In Your Eyes
03 No Matter Who Wear My Hat The Same Moon True Colors You'll Be In My Heart Strangers Like Me Son Of Man Two Worlds Can't Stop Loving You The Least You Can Do Wake Up Call Look Through My Eyes No Way Out (Theme from "Brother Bear") (Love Is Like a) Heatwave Going Back
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