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The book "Genesis: 1975 to 2021 - The Phil Collins Years" by Mario Giammetti - BUY

Mario Giammetti's book is titled "Genesis: 1975 to 2021 - The Phil Collins Years".

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Exclusively in English, it chronicles the post-Gabriel era and is the sequel to "1967 to 1975 - The Peter Gabriel Years".

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The book contains numerous exclusive interviews with band members and all those who have been part of the history of Genesis from 1975 onwards., including Ray Wilson, frontman to the band for the 1997 Calling All Stations album and the subsequent tour before Phil Collins' return in 2007.

It covers the entire history of the band from 1975 onwards extensively, taking readers through every album and tour. There are also many unpublished photographs.

Read here a preview published by Prog (in English).

"Genesis: 1967 to 1975 - The Peter Gabriel Years" after its release in May of last year, "had a great success in the UK. It received considerable praise from numerous parties, including Steve Hackett, as well as the music press and fans. English by Genesis, and is now in its second edition.

Like its predecessor, "Genesis: 1975 to 2021 - The Phil Collins Years" contains many details on Genesis' career balance, many of which may be unknown to even the most avid fans of the band.

Read here the interview with Giammetti on the occasion of the first issue.

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These are the first two volumes of Mario Giammetti in English. LOOK AT THE OTHER BOOKS OF GIAMMETTI ON AMAZON.

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The book “The Sound of Genesis - Foxtrot”, by Paulo De Carvalho - BUY

It is the first volume of The Sound of Genesis series. 

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This is the first volume of The Sound of Genesis e series presents, for the first time, the guitar transcriptions of the entire Foxtrot album, including an explanation of the equipment used in the studio, along with the guitar adaptation of some parts for the flute and keyboards.

Steve Hackett helped transcribe all the pieces.

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Paulo De Carvalho has also collected complete guitar transcripts of Steve Hackett's solo career albums. Please Don't Touch !: The Sound of Steve Hackett is the third and final.

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The project presents for the first time the transcriptions of the entire album Please don't touch!

The book has unprecedented graphics, describes the equipment that Steve used in the studio, along with the guitar adaptation, of some parts of the flute, the piccolo and other instruments.

Hackett himself reviewed the book and wrote a preface to it.

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The book "Peter Gabriel: Every Album, Every Song" - BUY

The book "Peter Gabriel: Every Album, Every Song", a journey through his solo albums, his live recordings and compositions of soundtracks.

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During his more than forty-year solo career, Gabriel became a world pop star with his first albums and later 1986's "So", as well as hit soundtracks.

Peter went beyond his progressive rock background to reach a level other musicians of that genre could only dream of.

The book is the perfect guide to his music for both new listeners and longtime fans.

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Genesis: the biography of former manager Tony Stratton-Smith - BUY

It's called "Strat! The Charismatic Life And Times Of Tony Stratton Smith", the biography of the former Genesis manager.

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The life of former Genesis manager Van der Graaf Generator and The Nice and the man behind legendary Charisma Records label Tony Stratton-Smith will be celebrated in a new biography.

The book "Strat! The Charismatic Life And Times Of Tony Stratton Smith" was written by Chris Groom with a preface by Peter Gabriel.

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Former sports journalist, Strat began in the music business by running The Nice in 1968 and founding Charisma Record in 1969.

He signed the contract with Genesis and released their second album Trespass in 1970.

Other artists associated with the label are VdGG, Marillion, Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, Lindisfarne, Monty Python, Rare Bird, String Driven Thing and Brand X. Later Peter Gabriel, Peter Hammill, Steve Hackett, Phil Collins and others.

Stratton-Smith died of pancreatic cancer on March 19, 1987 at the age of 53.

A memorial service was held for him at St. Martin's In The Field in London.

Clutching At Straws by Marillion, which came out shortly after his death, was dedicated to him, as was the 3's On My Way Home, from their 1988 album To The Power Of Three.

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Steve Hackett: “A Genesis In My Bed” paperback - BUY

Steve Hackett: A Genesis In My Bed, the autobiography of the great guitarist and former member of Genesis, also in paperback edition

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A new version paperback edition in English. 

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On his website you can order copies signed by Steve - CLICK HERE.

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In this short video Steve thanks everyone «For the excellent feedback on the autobiography, and for those who have not yet read it»:

As for his music, Steve wrote a very detailed tome, fun and enveloping who traces the graph of his life, but with emphasis on his years with Genesis, from the band's rapid rise to success.

Steve speaks frankly of his first years of life, of the period with Genesis and of his personal relationships with the other four members of the band, with an anecdotes in the daily life of this important rock band.

Naturally A Genesis In My Bed also tells Steve's solo career, since he left Genesis and the many different journeys he took.

With his creative talent and his great lightness, A Genesis In My Bed it is a compelling reading.

A must for Genesis fans, but also for music lovers in general and for avid readers of autobiographies full of heartfelt and emotional stories.

He says Steve: “I explore personal feelings. I have answered many questions that fans have asked me over the years, such as why I quit Genesis. It took fifteen years to complete this book, writing between tours, recordings and legal challenges, but this gave me time to really develop it ».

Here are some quotes from Steve from the book (from Steve Hackett website):

The arrival in Genesis:

"He raised his head and looked at me with a steel look ..." You heard about it, didn't you? "

Once again I was against that invisible wall, aware that I could have chosen to sit there and give in or climb over it. But once you get over the wall, you can't go back. I knew I was about to take a leap into that new world and that my life was about to change forever. I was about to board a spaceship on a new planet with a group of aliens. I emptied my glass, put it down and walked out the door into the sun, clutching that note to Mars. "

The creation of The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway:

“We were writing and recording at high intensity. The Lamb is a dense album with tons of details. All full of ideas, the record was full of themes like "Times Square is full of people on a hectic night, the voice suddenly abrasive like the horn of a New York fire truck. Forget sweet dreams ... the drama. takes place day and night ".

The Lamb seemed like a titanic adventure that we were trying to survive ... We hit the icebergs, but bravely dragged us into shark-infested and unexplored waters. "

The exit from Genesis:

“Did I do the right thing? It was a big risk and a huge step into the unknown. I was leaving a world class band that was now filling arenas internationally. I had to trust the power of my instincts and my inspiration ... "

Anecdote about a border customs experience:

“On one occasion, after customs found a leftover illegal substance left by a previous band in the car we hired, we were taken to separate rooms. The customs officers were pugnacious and aggressive, challenging me with large dogs while I was there without my clothes on. Then suddenly an alarm startled these nervous characters who quickly pulled out their guns and turned wildly, their nostrils sniffing ... "

A Genesis concert involved in a revolution:

“The government was about to be overthrown the next day and it was like an explosion. There was a riot outside the club with guns and firecrackers exploding and overturning army jeeps on the street. I've heard there have been fatalities. The concert was oversold. Pyramids of people climbing one another, we were dangerously close to the balconies. "

And of his latest works, Steve says: 

«Musically, I am proud of the most recent album 'At The Edge Of Light', with the creative involvement of Roger and Jo, as well as the contribution of band members, orchestral musicians, singers and instrumentalists from distant worlds ...»

The launch of A Genesis In My Bed arrives when Steve is stuck at home, like all of us, after having to abandon his US tour on short notice. 

«I had never had to stop a tour halfway before ... However the concerts have been postponed, so we'll be back!

Being on the last flight from Philadelphia to London reminded me of my song "The last train to Istanbul". We were lucky to come home ...

We have the "Seconds Out" tour in front of us, so we can look beyond these dark times. We have every intention of playing as soon as the spaces are open again. "

On the occasion of the book's release, Steve has released some videos that tell passages of his career closely related to his autobiography. Here they are:

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Peter Gabriel: the book “Stick to the roots” with its preface - BUY

Peter Gabriel wrote the introduction to Enrico Spanu's book "Attaccati alle roots - Images and stories of the trees of Sardinia". 

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The publication is carbon neutral and, at Peter's request, new trees have been planted for each printed copy.

The initial run was out of print, but is now available again, printed in collaboration with Symbiosis Magazine - magazine dedicated to reforestation and to restore the balance between man and nature.

Peter said:

"These beautiful and dramatic black and white photographs have captured the strength, the presence and the many personalities of our life companions and rooted in this wonderful island of Sardinia."

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Steve Hackett: the book “Every Album, Every Song” - BUY

Steve Hackett: the book "Every Album, Every Song"by Geoffrey Feakes. 

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Sonicbond, the book publishing house prog-friendly, celebrates its second anniversary with a special limited edition of a new book on Steve Hackett: "Every Album, Every Song" by Geoffrey Feakes.

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The book offers a track-by-track analysis of all of Steve Hackett's solo albums from "Voyage Of The Acolyte" to "At The Edge Of Light".

Steve's long and varied history is retraced. Collaborations, live albums and compilations are also considered, making this the most comprehensive guide to Steve Hackett's music ever published.

"Every Album, Every Song" by Geoffrey Feakes will be available in a special limited edition, signed by the author.

This version will be produced in a limited edition of 250 copies and will only be available at Burning Shed online retailer. A paperback standard edition will be published in 2021.

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Mario Giammetti tells his new book “Genesis. All albums all songs "

The book "Genesis. All albums all songs" by Mario Giammetti is out. We asked him a few questions.

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Mario Giammetti analyzes all 15 studio albums recorded by the band, also examining the historical context and circumstances that led to their creation, as well as the recording processes.

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Illustrated with rare performance photographs and collectible material, it is an unmissable book for collectors and enthusiasts or for young people who want to rediscover the music of this extraordinary band in all its evolution.

Here's what Mario Giammetti told us.

HR: What are the novelties contained in your book "Genesis. All albums all songs"?

Mario Giammetti: Surely those who have already read my other books, in particular “Musical Box - Genesis songs from A to Z ”, published ten years ago by Arcana, will find points of contact, but apart from the fact that the songs are not more analyzed in alphabetical order but album by album, the text has been dried and made smoother, as well as naturally integrated with the new and valuable information acquired over the last few years, with the icing on the cake represented by the preface by Steve Hackett.

In essence, we talk about how the songs were born through the words of the protagonists themselves, the compositional story is told and if briefly makes the story on stage, even if in particular this section is deliberately less verbose and stuffed with data.

The idea was in fact to create a listening guide that was complete, but not manic, with the aim of not boring a hypothetical casual reader, perhaps a young person who approaches music of Genesis for having heard of it from their parents or even from grandparents. Our favorite band deserves it a rediscovery by the new generations and this book I hope will be a pleasant one tool to begin to enter their world, thanks also to a graphic and iconographic apparatus by very first level and the attention also shown graphically (for example, in the well-kept captions, that represent a sort of mini appendix in turn).

And herein lies the other, and fundamental difference: I have made a careful selection of the material and for the first time I found a publisher who did not pull
back in front of my request to complete a really beautiful book to look at, as well as from to read. In the past, from this point of view, with the only partial exception of "Genesis - The Prog Years" (Joints 2013), I was always disappointed. The Castle, on the other hand, did not play for savings: a hardcover thick format 22x28, fine paper, accurate printing.

I have long wanted to make a book that represented a summary of all (and I stress all) the career of Genesis but presented as
he deserved, and the time has come.

What was the Genesis "formula for success" according to your studies?

A recipe requires a number of ingredients and I would say that, in the case of Genesis, it is material of top quality. Looking at everything globally (it is evident that their artistic history is so great variegated that it is difficult to incorporate the entire path into a single parameter), the band was in possession of one excellent instrumental technique but never excessive (and this in my view is a great merit) which, putting at the service of a compositional ability indisputably out of the ordinary (as it is out of the ordinary from the ordinary the characteristic of a group in which they have always written in five, or rather six counting Anthony Phillips), created a formidable blend, made particularly pleasant by one component very strong melodic.

On the merits of the old debate between Genesis prog and Genesis pop, I will limit myself to reiterating that, if they didn't make that choice, they would be confined to the sad fate of faded copies of themselves themselves, perpetrating the same repertoire for decades and more and more wearily. So, personally I am delighted with their courage to change completely, even if obviously not always the results they thrilled me.

Were you able to also find out the background on any album or song? There are still undisclosed secrets and that could remain so forever, in the history of Genesis records? Which?

Obviously the decades that pass inexorably do not help in this sense: memories vanish or become confused, and it is not easy to get sensational revelations.

Yet, every now and then something comes up. Listen to the records of the Gabriel period together with one of the protagonists (work I did from 2008 to 2011 and which he then has formed the basis for “Gli Anni Prog”, recently published in England with the title "Genesis 1967 to 1975 - The Peter Gabriel Years ") was from this point of view very exciting and revealing.

Some members of the group (especially Hackett and Banks) have a good memory and every time you talk to them something very interesting always comes up. But the search also continues with other characters.

example, in the newest issue of Dusk I interviewed John Burns, sound engineer at "Foxtrot" and producer of “Selling England” and “The Lamb” and some of the news he gave me is really interesting for Genesis scholars.

Apart from the progressive "drift" towards pop, evident to all, a more careful study as you do, that kind of evolution (or involution) had the music of Genesis from "69 to" 98, in composition, in arrangements, instruments, etc ...?

Personally, I don't consider the so-called pop turn, as I mentioned before, a drift, but an intelligent evolution and acknowledgment of the changing times.

Moreover, the Genesis, even in the period lighter, they have always kept a harmonic imprinting that is anything but simple and I add that it is not
by no means said that pop music, if done at the levels Genesis have accustomed us to, is easier to play compared to a moog solo on odd tempos.

It is certainly true that the arrangements have simplified and that even the melodic structure of the songs has gradually been stripped away, but I would say that every album by Genesis is a child of his time, which cannot be said for most of their other groups contemporaries, often tied hands and feet to the origins because they were simply unable to go
beyond. Time, then, is a gentleman.

I, for example, to an album like “Abacab”, which I hated deeply at the time of publication, I subsequently recognized the role of necessary watershed and today I find it, in its own way, also innovative.

Conversely, “Invisible Touch” remains my way to see the artistically lowest point of their career, both in compositional and sound level, e however that record broke the charts around the world, managing to attract the attention of crowds oceanic despite, in the years of hedonism, it was difficult to find an artist less sexy than Phil Collins!

Surely the advent of electronics has brought innovations that are not always exciting; the use of drum machine and above all of the programming and sequencers, as well as the sounds of synthesizers, they made the sound more plasticky and less sophisticated, also due to the progressive involution (o
however of the minor use) of instruments such as Tony's piano and Mike's bass.

But every album of the Genesis contains harmonic pearls of devastating beauty, even the very latest ones. Think of certain sequences of chords used in songs like “No Son Of Mine”, “Calling All Stations” and “Uncertain Weather”.

Many, even on Dusk, argue that, instead of a tired reunion, the Genesis could have produce a studio album. Aside from Phil's condition, do you think it would be possible? And what kind of music would they make in 2020?

Personally I have great respect for those who, despite their age, continue to produce new music. Think about people like Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen. Or, to stay with the family, to Steve Hackett.

The other way around, I find Gabriel and Collins' attitude irritating, unable to question themselves. Nobody here necessarily expect a masterpiece, because the most creative years are usually for all those of
youth, but be terrified of an unflattering judgment or, worse still, of not selling enough (fear by now senseless, if we still think in the order of millions of copies of records, nowadays a chimera for anyone) does not do honor to artists who, however, have always shown that they have attributes to give a damn about everything and go straight on their way.

Personally I was deeply disappointed also from reunion of 2007, artistically useless, let alone today, 13 years later, and with all that
that there was in between, obviously starting with Phil's physical ailments.

Therefore, I too would have preferred far that they would start writing something new. Sure, the odds of a disappointment would have been very tall: they are now 70 years old and have not worked all three together for almost 30, so even the famous chemistry that always clicked between them might not work, this one time.

But it would have been a good test of courage and the fans would surely have welcomed them with open arms, subject to critical honesty.

When asked what kind of music they would make, though, it's really difficult
reply: the last original Phil composition that we have been able to hear dates back to 2003, Tony is stopped even in 1995 with rock (then as we know he dedicated himself to classical music, which compositionally it is a very different thing), while Mike with his Mechanics (in which he always writes in company, let's remember) has shown that he favors a pop of few pretensions and a lot of electronics.

Maybe a meaningless mess would come out of it, but maybe not. And anyway, if you don't get involved proof will never be found out. One fact is certain: Genesis as a group have stopped composing together in 1997, when Tony and Mike were just 47 years old. And this is something that is difficult to forgive him.

Earlier you mentioned the new Dusk. What have you covered in this issue?

Apart from the cover story, dedicated as I told you to John Burns, in issue 95 of Dusk we publish the second part of Tommaso Rivieccio's study on the instruments and effects used by Tony Banks on “The Lamb ".

As for the news, we deal with the reprints of "Rated PG" by Peter Gabriel (who last year it was only released on vinyl for Record Store Day) and Anthony's “The Living Room Concert” Phillips, which contains three unreleased songs.

Great space is occupied by the reviews of books, since recently
quite a few have come out, Steve Hackett's official autobiography above all.

And then we continue to host the memories of tangential characters that make us discover many details about the world of Genesis: this time it's up to Noel McCalla, unforgotten vocalist on Rutherford's "Smallcreep's Day", and Bob Ezrin, producer of Gabriel's first solo album.

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Richard Macphail: the book "My life with Genesis" available in Italian - BUY

The book by the former tour manager of the band with the preface by Peter Gabriel, already published in English, now in the Italian version.

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It's called "My life with Genesis", the Italian version of the book by Richard Macphail, the ex road manager the period from 1969 to 1973, the early days of the band and the sessions for recording the album Trespass , which came to life right in the legendary Cottage owned by his parents.

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Increasingly important figure within the Genesis, until the sensational farewell later Foxtrot. Officially to deal with other things, but it seems he was increasingly in difficulty in the face of the appetites of the music business towards the band.

A last and warm greeting you can find it on the back cover of the album Genesis live, enough to alarm fans and make them fear Richard's death. Who is instead alive and well, still in contact with Genesis & Co. and often participates in Genesis Days all over the world, including Italy.

Already in "My Book Of Genesis" Peter Gabriel's preface demonstrates Macphail's excellent relations with former adventure companions. 

The book is written with Chris Charlesworth and will give readers a picture of the life of the band of that period, viewed from its angle. In addition to Gabriel there will be interventions by the other members of the band and even more photos and an unpublished chapter compared to the English version.

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The book “The Genesis Family Photo Album” - BUY

The photo book celebrates the universe of the band from the seventies to today.

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In addition to being packed with images of Genesis from the time of Peter Gabriel up to reunion Part 2007, the book includes solo career photos of Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Steve Hackett, Mike & The Mechanics, Ray Wilson and Anthony Phillips.

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Includes unpublished photos of concerts dating back to Lyceum, London, in 1971; Plymouth, 1972; Brighton, 1973 and unique photos taken in Headley Grange, Hampshire, in 1974 while recording The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway - the last album with Peter Gabriel.

The journey continues with photos never seen before first tour after Gabriel's departure and Gabriel's first solo tour.

After the departure of Steve Hackett in 1977 the band is captured at the massive '78 Knebworth gig.

There are also photos of Hackett and Gabriel from their appearances at the Reading Festival where Peter duet with Phil Collins.

Moving on to the next decade and beyond, there are many shots of the band during the hugely successful period with Phil Collins at the helm and also the short stint with his successor Ray Wilson.

As well as the one-off reunion with Gabriel and Hackett at the Six Of The Best concert in Milton Keynes in 1982.

Additional images of Collins' solo tours and Mike Rutherford's band Mike & The Mechanics round out the book along with many photos that continue to document Hackett and Gabriel's solo careers of late, as well as paying homage to the band's original guitarist Anthony Phillips, which thus covers all the souls of the band.

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