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There is also Peter Gabriel on the album "Here It Is: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen", which comes out on October 14th - PRE-ORDER

Peter Gabriel: One of his songs in "Here It Is: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen ".

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"Here It Is: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen", presents some interpretations of Leonard Cohen's profound songs performed by a formation of guest singers: Norah Jones, Peter Gabriel, Gregory Porter, Sarah McLachlan, Luciana Souza, James Taylor, Iggy Pop, Mavis Staples, David Gray and Nathaniel Rateliff.

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Vocalists of different genres and an exceptional core of musicians such as guitarist Bill Frisell, saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins, pianist Kevin Hays, bassist Scott Colley and drummer Nate Smith, with the additional contribution of Greg Leisz on pedal steel guitar and Larry Goldings to the organ.

The album's 12 tracks offer a range of Cohen's compositions, with songs from his 1967 debut "Songs of Leonard Cohen" through to selections from his latest album, "You Want It Darker," released a few days before his death. in 2016. The ensemble covers some of his best-known classics and lesser-known pieces, all revitalized by thoughtful and unexpected arrangements and performances.

Track list:

  1. Steer Your Way - Norah Jones
  2. Here It Is - Peter Gabriel
  3. Suzanne - Gregory Porter
  4. Hallelujah - Sarah McLachlan
  5. Avalanche- Immanuel Wilkins
  6. Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye - Luciana Souza
  7. Coming Back to You - James Taylor
  8. You Want It Darker - Iggy Pop
  9. If It Be Your Will - Mavis Staples
  10. Seems So Long Ago, Nancy - David Gray
  11. Famous Blue Raincoat - Nathaniel Rateliff
  12. Bird on The Wire - Bill Frisell

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War in Ukraine: the reactions of ex-Genesis and the album "Louder than Bombs - United Artists against War"

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Steve Hackett and Ray Wilson participate in the album "Louder than Bombs - United Artists against War" to raise funds for Ukraine.

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Peter Gabriel celebrated 40 years of WOMAD - VIDEO on stage

Peter Gabriel: “Incredible to have reached 40, he told WOMAD UK, which took place from 28 to 31 July 2022.

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Peter Gabriel took the festival stage with Angelique Kidjo to celebrate the 40th anniversary.

Gabriel said Kidjo, originally from Benin, West Africa, convinced him to take the main stage to perform Mama Africa with her.

Peter told the BBC that he enjoyed joining her on stage on Friday night.

Speaking of the festival's 40th anniversary, he said: "It's incredible. I don't think in 1982 we had the slightest idea of ​​what could have become and continued for so long. "

Even a sour note. Some artists were unable to perform this year after they were refused a UK visa.

"It is a damage to the economy and to the cultural life of the country"Gabriel told the BBC.

He is currently working on a new album, due out in 2023, but has limited himself to saying that he is reducing the number of songs he has written for the record from 17 to 13.

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Peter Gabriel: the double album “Live at WOMAD 1982”, from the historic first festival - BUY

The double album of unreleased recordings from the historic first WOMAD festival in 1982.

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WOMAD and Real World Records celebrate the 40th anniversary of a pivotal cultural moment with the release of the double album “Live at WOMAD 1982”.

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With unreleased performances by Echo and the Bunnymen, Peter Gabriel, Simple Minds, The Beat, Robert Fripp, The Drummers of Burundi, The Musicians of the Nile, Salsa de Hoy and many more, this recording from the very first WOMAD festival reflects a diversity of programming unparalleled music that became the signature of the festival over the next four decades.

In July 1982, the Royal Bath and West Showground near Shepton Mallet, Somerset, was the chosen venue for what the organizers called "a world of music, arts and dance" (WOMAD for short): 5 stages, with 60 bands from over 20 countries. The intent of the festival was to recognize the influence of non-Western music on successful Western bands and musicians and to create a wider audience for that music by combining both in the same event: a festival that celebrated music as a language. universal.

The idea for the festival was born from a conversation between Peter Gabriel and director Mark Kidel, who shared an interest in the discovery of music from different cultures and the desire to make this music known to the British public.

"Our dream was not to spread world music in a rock festival, but to demonstrate that these great artists could be full-fledged headliners", remembers Peter Gabriel. “We wanted to show that
wherever you were born, of any color or language, of any religious or sexual orientation, powerful, passionate and joyful work would have a warm welcome at WOMAD ".

Kidel identified a group of post-punk music fans who ran Bristol Recorder magazine as the perfect accomplices to explore ideas on how to achieve this. Peter picked up the phone and called their office, and they were invited to attend a meeting. Among them was Thomas Brooman, who would become the festival director for over two decades. "Maybe we were short of professional and musical knowledge, but we certainly weren't short of enthusiasm"recalls Thomas.

Adapted from PeterGabriel.com.

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Peter Gabriel: the new album at the end of 2022 and tour in 2023? All the clues and evidence

Peter Gabriel and the stages of his new album "I / O" (provisional title and not yet confirmed by the person concerned), in preparation for quite a few years. All the clues.

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All Peter Gabriel fans are wondering where is the new album.

The most recent clue comes on June 4, 2022 from Manu Katche, which, aAsked by the French newspaper Ouest-France about what he is working on, he replied: "At the end of the year I will release a new album with Peter Gabriel and in 2023 we will tour the US and Europe. I will also record a new album and release a book - with [French publishing house] Éditions Grasset, which will be introspective." .

Here is Peter's latest Facebook post dated October 30, 2021:

On October 21, in Milan, Peter revealed new details:

A precedent was the interview with UNCUT Magazine, dated July 16, 2020:

Earlier, in a June 16, 2020 interview with the BBC, had declared:

«As far as music is concerned, I haven't had as much time as I usually do, which is not as before. But there have been some news. There is a COVID song - well, there is a COVID lyrics, actually -. I have been asked to write something and it will probably turn into a song. So there are songs and pieces that go in the right direction ». (Interview by Matt Everitt).

In March 2020 Peter had written to a newspaper giving another indication of his compositional activity, although very slowly.

The site genesis-news.com had signaled Peter Gabriel's reaction to a Times article (see Matt LeDonne's image taken from genesis-news.com).

Peter has thus revealed that he is working on a new song on aging, called "So Much".

In an article of March 6, the newspaper The Times reported Phil Collins' words: "Rock old men should talk about their generation."

Peter took pen and paper and replied that he is working on one "song about aging" called "So Much".

The author of the Times article posted it on Twitter, confirming that it was Peter who replied.

In an interview with BBC Radio 6 Music in April 2019, Peter had talked about new songs and the album:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0003zly

In the winter of 2018 Peter published this post on Facebook:

Again fueling the hopes of fans.

To these indications must be added the songs that Peter only mentioned, such as "Here Comes Love?", which he spoke about on Facebook on October 28, 2014 or released in various ways and which have not yet been included in an album, such as "I'm Amazing", posted on YouTube on June 17th 2016 (read here how the song was received) and inspired by the life and battles of Muhammad Ali.

 

The song was followed shortly after "The Veil", arrived on 8 September 2016 (read here how the song was received). It was part of the Oliver Stone film "Snowden", but without joining the soundtrack (another indication that bode well).

At the moment the picture is complete, in the sense that some material is available to fans even if, having spent so much time, we would expect something more concrete. We'll see. If you want to stay updated on developments, subscribe to our newsletter below.

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Turn It On Again: all the appointments of August 2022

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Harlequin: “Solsbury Hill”, Peter Gabriel cover by Alberto Diamanti - AUDIO

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Harlequin: “The Return of the Giant Hogweed” by Genesis performed by The Complex - VIDEO

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#NowPlaying News: Peter Gabriel's "Red Rain" soundtrack of the time-lapse of storms in the USA - VIDEO

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"Rain Will Come" was shot by Gordon Lash in the western United States between late June and early July 2021 and captures time-lapse photography of storms.

Peter Gabriel liked the footage so much that he allowed the director to use "Red Rain" as the soundtrack. 

 

The video won a bronze award for videography and cinematography at the 2022 Telly Awards.

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Genesis' white label records were auctioned for charity

Not only the Genesis: lots of prog goodies auctioned at this year's White Label Auction in favor of The BRIT Trust.

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From the Omega Auctions website. CLICK HERE to make your offer.

Over 170 rare prints white label from bands like Genesis, Rush, Rick Wakeman, Hawkwind, 10cc, Mike Oldfield, Moody Blues, Brian Eno and more have been auctioned for charity. Those of the Genesis have raised £ 340. 

White Label auction in Aid of The BRIT Trust was handled by music memorabilia and vinyl record specialists Omega Auctions from their Greater Manchester office.

Among the objects of interest, a collection of limited edition vinyl records for promotional purposes, also called "test pressing" by Genesis for Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot, Selling England By The Pound, The Lamb Lie Down On Broadway and ... And Then There Were Three.

The funds raised will go to support the work of the music industry charity The BRIT Trust, which since 1989 has donated around £ 28 million to charities and causes that promote education and well-being through the power of music and of creative arts, such as the BRIT School and Nordoff-Robbins music therapy. The White Label Auction raised nearly £ 60.000 for The BRIT Trust in the previous two editions - around £ 25.000 in October 2019 and up to £ 34.000 in May 2021.

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