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Unforgettable Gigs, Goodbye Steve! The last Hackett concert with Genesis, 3/7/1977 - SPECIAL

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On 3 July 1977 at the Olympiahalle in Munich the last concert of Steve Hackett with Genesis was staged. Here are memories, sounds and images of that day.


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Here is the complete concert recording:

"Once again an excellent abandonment casts a shadow over their future - note Mario Giammetti in Genesis. The river of constant change -. But if they managed to survive without Gabriel, they can do it without Steve, but paying a heavy price in terms of creativity and imagination ".

Ed here is the memory of the protagonists.

"I felt that Genesis was getting repetitive - Steve told Armando Gallo in Genesis: I Know What I Like - and I knew that to better express myself I would have to leave the role I had in the band. The problem was that economic security was leading to a spiritual impoverishment and it was killing me to play the same songs day after day. "

"It makes me embarrassed to say that I hadn't really noticed how unhappy Steve had been most of the time he was a member of the group - recalls Mike Rutherford in his autobiography The Living Years -. We weren't exactly the most sensitive individuals in the world and Steve was a fairly private person, like all of us, but I still thought he was enjoying himself. (...) On my personal Richter scale, the loss of Steve did not cause shocks comparable to those of Ant or Pete. "

"Steve's frustration also becomes evident during this time - Phil Collins tells in his autobiography No, I'm not dead yet -. He released his solo album, but instead of decreasing the pressure, he increased it. He wants to have more of his songs on Genesis albums. What is positive for me proves negative for him: the new Genesis configuration has unexpectedly opened new avenues for composing the pieces, and while I feel more and more confident as an author, Steve still does not receive the creative space he thinks he deserves. (...) But if we survived the loss of a singer, we are able to survive that of a guitarist. We continue, undeterred, with Mike giving us both bass and solo guitar ".

After leaving Genesis Steve Hackett embarked on a very important solo career. He has already published the first album.

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And so the Genesis are left in three. Here's how they tell about that period and the album released after Steve's farewell:

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Genesis: 'Seconds Out' on half speed vinyl - BUY NOW

'Seconds Out'released as a 2LP gatefold half speed remaster.


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This re-issue is the first time the album has been fully mastered for vinyl and is half speed mastered by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios.

This legendary live album has been pressed onto double 180 gram vinyl with gatefold sleeve and printed inner bags and comes complete with Obi-Strip and an official Half Speed ​​Mastered certificate.

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Unforgettable Gigs, Genesis: Paris & Helsinki a beginning & an end, 11 June 1977 & 2007- SPECIAL

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The date of June 11 is linked, for Genesis, to a beginning and an end. Here because.

1977, at the Sports Palace in Paris begins a series of five concerts which will be recorded and which will be part (except The Cinema Show inserted in the previous year's version) of the double live album Seconds Out.

Here is the recording of the evening of11nd June:

La line-up:

Phil Collins - lead vocals, drums, percussion;

Steve Hackett - lead guitars, effects;

Mike Rutherford - bass guitar, guitars, bass pedals, backing vocals;

Tony Banks - keyboards, 12 strings guitar, backing vocals;

Chester Thompson - drums, percussion.

On June 12 the show is double, while on the 13th a part of the concert is recorded by the French Radio RTL. here are the 42 minutes aired (note that, at about 38 minutes, Phil Collins does not remember the words of The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, but immediately resumes the thread of the verse):

The show on June 14th provides much of the material a Seconds Out. There he is:

But Genesis don't know that these are the last concerts with this formation. Steve Hackett has already decided to leave the band. As had happened with Peter Gabriel, at the height of success and consensus, a defection arrives. Look at the press review of this period.

And together with him will leave the scene from the concert schedule the huge live workhorse Supper's Ready.

On 11 June 2007, Genesis departed Helsinki with the Turn It On Again Tour. Listen:

La line-up:

Phil Collins - lead vocals, drums, percussion;

Mike Rutherford - guitars, bass, backing vocals;

Tony Banks - keyboards, backing vocals;

Daryl Stuermer - guitars, bass, backing vocals

Chester Thompson - drums, percussion.

A show that sees one of the most futuristic stages in rock history.

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And here's ainterview released by Genesis the next day the first show of the tour:

A week earlier, the Genesis had undergone a zero date in front of 250 guests at the Brussels Expo Center. Here are the videos of that general rehearsal.

To insiders the band immediately looks a little rusty and it is evident that he needed to slow down or simplify some steps. But the tour will eventually be a success.  

With the Turn It On Again Tour  (that on July 14 he touched Rome), However the curtain has fallen on the glorious history of the Genesis live.

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Unforgettable Gigs, Peter Gabriel's last live with Genesis 22/5/1975 - SPECIAL

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Il 22 Maggio 1975 in Besançon, in France, thePeter Gabriel's last act with Genesis. And the final concert of the Lamb Tour, as the next date in Toulouse was canceled. Peter has already decided to quit his band. Here is a memory of those days.


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Peter,

"in the dressing rooms, before the concert, he plays the oboe The Last Post in front of companions, managers and technicians silent and moved: it is the end of an era ". From: Genesis in Italy. The concerts 1972-1975 di Mino Perfume

Surprisingly, but theatrically as per his nature, Peter plays a funeral dirge of the English army to greet everyone, even if the official farewell will take place on August 16th, to silence the leaking news that has broken out around the group, uncontrollable and difficult to deny. 

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Peter already communicated his decision to his comrades on November 25, 1974 all 'Swingos hotels Cleveland, USA, among the first stops of the tour. LISTEN TO THAT CONCERT:

The band is first incredulous, then bewildered, then worried about their future.  

Also there is a demanding tour to carry on, with songs little known by the public - the lineup provides everything The Lamb, released only a few days before + two encores: The musical box  e Watcher Of The Skies, sometimes replaced by The Knife - and the fear that Peter's abandonment could leak out and cause a crash in ticket sales.

Here is thelast recording of a concert in Peter Gabriel's Genesis. The final concert of 4 May 22 precedes by 1975 days:

On August 16, 1975 Gabriel delivered a statement to the press. Here it is in its original version:

I had a dream, eye's dream. Then I had another dream with the body and soul of a rock star. When it didn't feel good I packed it in. Looking back for the musical and non-musical reasons, this is what I came up with:

OUT, ANGELS OUT - an investigation.

The vehicle we had built as a co-op to serve our songwriting became our master and had cooperated us up inside the success we had wanted. It affected the attitudes and the spirit of the whole band. the music had not dried up and I still respect the other musicians, but our roles had set in hard. To get an idea through "Genesis the Big" meant shifting a lot more concrete than before. For any band, transferring the heart from idealistic enthusiasm to professionalism is a difficult operation. I believe the use of sound and visual images can be developed to do much more than we have done. But on a large scale it needs one clear and coherent direction, which our pseudo-democratic committee system could not provide. As an artist, I need to absorb a wide variety of experiences. It is difficult to respond to intuition and impulse within the long-term planning that the band needed. I felt I should look at / learn about / develop myself, my creative bits and pieces and pick up on a lot of work going on outside music. Even the hidden delights of vegetable growing and community living are beginning to reveal their secrets. I could not expect the band to tie in their schedules with my bondage to cabbages. The increase in money and power, if I had stayed, would have anchored me to the spotlights. It was important to me to give space to my family, which I wanted to hold together, and to release the daddy in me. Although I have seen and learned a great deal in the last seven years, I found I had begun to look at things as the famous Gabriel, despite hiding my occupation whenever possible, hitching lifts, etc. I had begun to think in business terms; very useful for an often bitten once shy musician, but treating records and audiences as money was taking me away from them. When performing, there were less shivers up and down the spine. I believe the world has soon to go through a difficult period of changes. I'm excited by some of the areas coming through to the surface which seem to have been hidden away in people's minds. I want to explore and be prepared to be open and flexible enough to respond, not tied in to the old hierarchy. Much of my psyche's ambitions as "Gabriel archetypal rock star" have been fulfilled - a lot of the ego-gratification and the need to attract young ladies, perhaps the result of frequent rejection as "Gabriel acne-struck public school boy". However, I can still get off playing the star game once in a while. My future within music, if it exists, will be in as many situations as possible. It's good to see a growing number of artists breaking down the pigeonholes. This is the difference between the profitable, compartmentalized, battery chicken and the free-range. Why did the chicken cross the road anyway? There is no animosity between myself and the band or management. The decision had been made some time ago and we have talked about our new direction. The reason why my leaving was not announced earlier was because I had been asked to delay until they had found a replacement to plug up the hole. It is not impossible that some of them might work with me on other projects. The following guesswork has little in common with truth: Gabriel left Genesis. 1) To work in theater. 2) To make more money as a solo artist. 3) To do a "Bowie". 4) To do a "Ferry". 5) To do a "Furry Boa round my neck and hang myself with it". 6) To go see an institution. 7) To go senile in the sticks.

Newspapers publish the letter delivered by hand in the editorial offices.

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On August 26, therefore, the Genesis are forced to release an official statement, to complement that of Peter. In this they write that the band is looking for a new singer, who is composing a new album and will soon start recording it. The album will be released at Christmas and the tour will start at the beginning of the new year.

The news causes one shock in the music world and the media begin to give up the Genesis experience. But, as Gail Colson says, his close collaborator for years,

"Tony Stratton-Smith (founder and manager of Charisma Records Ed.) Was the only one who believed in them 100% and predicted that they would have grown even bigger without Peter. He always said that as long as there were Tony Banks and his tunes, then there were Genesis. "From: Without borders. Life and music of Peter Gabriel, di Daryl Easley

Stratt appears to be right. A Trick Of The Tail, first album without Gabriel and with Phil Collins singer, released in March 1976, sells more than previous records and paves the way for success for Genesis and a career far from the end. Though for millions of fans the band without Gabriel is no longer theirs.

Peter currently retires to private life, although, as we know, not definitively. But that's another story.

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Unforgettable Gigs, Genesis in Italy: San Siro Stadium, Milan 19/5/1987 - SPECIAL

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Genesis Live st San Siro Stadium, Milan Italy 19/5 /1987


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Here is the lineup:

Mom 07:13
Abachab 08:39
Phil Speaking In Italian 02:13
Dominoes 11:22
That's All 05:21
The Brazilian 05:08
Phil Speaking In Italian 01:26
In The Cage Medley 07:59
In That Quiet Earth 04:22
Afterglow 04:28
Land Of Confusion 05:09
Phil Speaking In Italian 01:32
Tonight Tonight Tonight 09:05
Throwing It All Away 06:26
Phil Speaking In Italian 02:19
Home By The Sea 11:31am
Invisible Touch 04:52
Drum Duet 05:52
Los Endos 06:08
Turn It On Again 12:45

The group starts with two well-tested and tested two new course horses that make up one powerful opening of the concert (Mamma e Abacab). Watch the video:

Among the new tracks They work well  Domino  e The Brazilian, even if lightened by com tracksand That's All. Watch the video:

Among the classicalinstead last tour per In The Cage, which matches inmedley with In That Quiet Earth and goes to flow into Afterglow. Watch the video:

Unfortunately from this medley goes out forever Apocalypse in 9/8, remnant of the glorious Supper's Ready. When it is Show arrives in Italy, there is no trace of this workhorse of the live Genesis and a masterpiece beloved by fans, loudly requested in every concert. The cause: the effort it takes to the voice of Phil Collins. Here's what it looked like in the American part of tour il Cage-Quiet-Apocalypse medley. LISTEN:

And speaking of variations, here's how it was done, in the Australian part of tour, an excerpt from the list:  Your Own Special Way, with the accompaniment of the "Invisible String Section", made up of local orchestras depending on the city, as per local law. LISTEN:

Unforgettable then the drum duet by Phil and Chester Thompson (who, as is known, with Daryl Stuermer for years has accompanied in tour i Genesis), in which the two, now very close, are synchronized like two clocks. Here it is taken from the Wembley Stadium show in early July. LISTEN:

 And here the end. LISTEN:

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Unforgettable Gigs, Genesis in Italy: Flaminio Stadium, Rome 17/5/1987 - SPECIAL

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Il 17 May 1987 Genesis are in concert in Rome and two days later in Milan. Here is a memory of those days.


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At 17.30 on Sunday 17 May the gates of the Flaminio Stadium in Rome open. The show is scheduled for 19 pm - as seen in the ticket above - still in daylight.

Il supporter is Paul Young, which is literally targeted by all kinds of objects, highlighting the unfortunate choice of the combination. People only want to listen to Genesis.

The concert has various media coverage. Radio RAI is doing a special, with a few songs recorded in Malaga, a week before, and live from the Flaminio. Difficult to reconstruct if the Milanese show was also broadcast. Radio Centofiori, a Florentine broadcaster linked to the PCI, also dedicates a lot of space to the event. A TG1 service entitled "Rock is light" is broadcast on TV.

Unlike Milan, as we will see, there are no videos or audio recordings on YouTube - the few made, given the close surveillance on cameras and more, remain private at the moment - but here are some photos taken from Genesis The Movement - 1 e 2.

Here is the ladder, as reported by the site mentioned above:

Mom 07:13
Abachab 08:39
Phil Speaking In Italian 02:13
Dominoes 11:22
That's All 05:21
The Brazilian 05:08
Phil Speaking In Italian 01:26
In The Cage Medley 07:59
In That Quiet Earth 04:22
Afterglow 04:28
Land Of Confusion 05:09
Phil Speaking In Italian 01:32
Tonight Tonight Tonight 09:05
Throwing It All Away 06:26
Phil Speaking In Italian 02:19
Home By The Sea 11:31am
Invisible Touch 04:52
Drum Duet 05:52
Los Endos 06:08
Turn It On Again 12:45

The group starts with two well-tested and tested two new course horses that make up one powerful opening of the concert (Mamma e Abacab). Watch the video from Live of San Siro in Milan:

Among the new tracks They work well Domino e The Brazilian, even if lightened by com tracksand That's All. Watch the video from the Milan Live:

Among the classicalinstead last tour per In The Cage, which matches in medley with In That Quiet Earth and goes to flow into Afterglow. Watch the video from Live in Milan:

Unfortunately from this medley goes out forever Apocalypse in 9/8, remnant of the glorious Supper's Ready. When it is Show arrives in Italy, there is no trace of this workhorse of the live Genesis and a masterpiece beloved by fans, loudly requested in every concert. The cause: the effort it takes to the voice of Phil Collins. Here's what it looked like in the American part of tour il Cage-Quiet-Apocalypse medley. LISTEN:

And speaking of variations, here's how it was done, in the Australian part of tour, an excerpt from the list:  Your Own Special Way, with the accompaniment of the "Invisible String Section", made up of local orchestras depending on the city, as per local law. LISTEN:

Unforgettable then the drum duet by Phil and Chester Thompson (who, as is known, with Daryl Stuermer for years has accompanied in tour i Genesis), in which the two, now very close, are synchronized like two clocks. Here it is taken from the Wembley Stadium show in early July. LISTEN:

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And, from the Milan concert, here it is the end. LISTEN:

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Video Memories: Genesis live at Lyceum Ballrooms, London, 07/5/1980 - VIDEOS

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Genesis live at Lyceum Ballrooms, London, 07/5/1980:

Genesis played three concerts at London Venues during the Duke tours:

The 5th at The Theater Royal, Drury Lane;

6th & 7th at the Lyceum Ballroom.

All three shows were recorded to 24 track audio tapes, the masters now being archived at their Farm Studios. Edited sets were supplied to the BBC and to Capital Radio for broadcast.

In addition, the two Lyceum dates were filmed by The BBC. 

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Unforgettable Gigs, Genesis in Italy: Naples 19/4/1972 - SPECIAL

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April 1972, the Genesis debut in Italy, the country that first understood their music. Here are the stages with sounds and images of that historical adventure.

On April 19, 1972 Genesis are live at the Mediterranean Theater in Naples.

A double concert that closes the first part of the Nursery cryme Tour of Genesis in Italy.

Here is the live audio:

00:00 - Happy The Man;
04:18 - Stagnation;
14:53 - The Fountain Of Salmacis;
23:20 - Twilight Alehouse;
32:14 - The Musical Box;
42:23 - The Return Of The Giant Hogweed;
49:11 - Phil's Solo;
51:24 - The Knife.

A date that will remain in the history of Genesis, because on the roof of the Hotel Domitiana, which houses the band, Mike and Tony write the text of Watcher Of The Sky.

Here is the memory of Tony Banks in Genesis: I Know What I Like di Armando Gallo:

"We were sitting on top of this building, it was a warm sunny day and we were just looking out across a large area of ​​buildings and fields; there wasn't a living soul around. It seemed that the entire population had just deserted the planet and this is what 'Watcher of the Skies' tells: an alien being who comes to the planet and sees it completely deserted. And so the story develops with a bit of science fiction. I like Arthur Clarke's 'Childhood's End' and books of this kind. "

And of Mike Rutherford in The living years (Trans. G. Testani):

"Tony and I together wrote the text, sitting on the roof of our hotel in Naples imagining that the world was over. Quite strange, considering it was a pleasantly sunny day."

The song is already being used for the sound check before the concerts. In Naples it is then completed and, as we know, the next Genesis album will open, to be released the following October: Foxtrot.

But in his autobiography, Mike tells another background, which happened in Naples:

"In Naples we discovered another therapeutic pastime ... Concluding a tour with a group fight was a classic. The unusual thing about the quarrel-of-end-tour in Naples was that there was an amusement park just around the corner of the hotel where we slept. We got to the point of being so fed up with each other that we decided that the only thing to do was to throw ourselves on the bumper car track and bump into each other wildly and repeatedly. I must say that I never experienced an equally effective way to clarify. "

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The genesis of the GENESIS

When Naples became the muse of the Genesis

The former Hotel Domitiana, now JFK.

The Italian dates bring further luck to the Genesis, which confirm their success in our country. Not only that, returning home, Steve Hackett will meet Ellen, who will become his first wife and mother of Oliver.

And it does not end here: the Genesis will return to Italy in August, for a second part of the tour. But that's another story.

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Unforgettable Gigs, Genesis in Italy: Rome 18/4/1972 - SPECIAL

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April 1972, the Genesis debut in Italy, the country that first understood their music. Here are the stages with sounds and images of that historical adventure.

On April 18, 1972 Genesis are live at the Piper Club in Rome. A concert of which these remain video, first to show the band on stage and backstage. LOOK:

Double show also in Rome ....

Here is the memory of Mike Rutherford in The living years (Trans. G. Testani ):

"Rome was always a benevolent city for us: that sense of antiquity, history and grandeur was the perfect setting for our music. In a short time we would have come to play in arenas and stadiums, but at the beginning we performed in small clubs in front of an audience of XNUMX-year-old students. The shows were held mid-afternoon on Sunday to allow the boys to go home in time to go to bed. "

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And here's the one of Phil Collins in No, I'm not dead yet, traduz. A. Mioni, M. Duvets:

"The Italian audience is extraordinary. Not only do they adore us, but they really capture our spirit. They clap and scream at even the slightest change of mood, something Genesis often does: we go from a fast pace to a whispered, to a pastoral interlude. , without batting an eye. No wonder Italians like us so much: we are an English group that probes the lyrical tradition. "

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Bis with Going out to get you, as in Lugo di Romagna, performed without Steve Hackett.

 

Also Richard Macphail in My Book Of Genesis remember with pleasure those Italian days (my translation):

"Being such hardcore fans, the Italians had bought and absorbed all their records; they knew every note and nuance of the songs. It was truly extraordinary. We had never tried anything like that. I was there at the mixing desk in the audience and everyone was clapping their hands, seeing my boys so understood and appreciated was a wonderful experience. The fans loved everything and rewarded the band with a standing ovation at the end of each show. This worked wonders for their trust and everyone and five guys, Peter, Mike, Tony, Steve and Phil, have never forgotten the warmth of their first tour in Italy, or its importance in their development as a band. I hope we paid our gratitude debt by playing well for them . "

More testimonials from Without borders. Life and music of Peter Gabriel, di Daryl Easlea, tcancellation of L. Testani:

"With its strange mechanisms, early afternoon performances and dinners between two shows, all culminating in a concert in Rome (...), Italy marked a decisive step towards the Genesis live act as we know it. Maniacally perfectionist, the group dismantled the performance of the night before piece by piece as they moved to the next city.

"Every time I traveled with them I had to put up with the comments on the concert the night before in the van," smiles Conroy (Paul Conroy, tour road manager, Editor's note). They remained fairly calm as they assessed whether Tony Banks had really gone wrong; they were perfectionists. And during the breaks we listened to the Shadows, inside the van. traveling for four hours from one concert to another ».

"The intent was always to improve," adds Steve Hackett, "which risked making him look like an autopsy!"

«We were sailing on sight. And then here is this little ray of light that comes from Italy ». says Mike Rutherford. «The road was hard, all uphill. Suddenly a country comes out that loves you; nothing else is needed to give you the feeling that it is really worth going on »."

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