What happens when you take a master of progressive rock and an accomplished Nashville producer engineer, and put them together with a host of top-flight Nashville session players to reinterpret one of the most revered 70s prog double-albums? In the case of Spock s Beard drummer Nick D'Virgilio and producer engineer Mark Hornsby, you get Rewiring Genesis A Tribute To The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, and it's fantastic. While the original featured layers of classic synthesizers (ARP, Mellotron, etc.), there's none of that fake string or choir stuff going on here. Besides rock guitar, bass, and Nick's great drumming (and tasteful lead vocal work), The Lamb is filled with real strings, huge vocal arrangements, horn sections, and even some accordion! Clearly, it's not attempting to simply re-record the classic, it's a fresh and beautiful sounding reinterpretation.
"No Son of Mine" is the first single by the British rock group Genesis from their 1991 album We Can't Dance, which reached No. 6 in the UK and No. 12 in the U.S., and was a top ten hit in most of continental Europe.
Formed in 1967, Genesis are among the top 30 highest-selling recording artists of all time. Their early work is characterized by complex song structures, elaborate instrumentation and the theatrical antics of founder member and vocalist Peter Gabriel, who left the band in 1975…
"Genesis" was the 2nd studio album by hard rock band Talisman and was originally released 7 July 1993 on Dino Records. This "Deluxe Edition" includes new booklet and digipac packaging, previously unreleased pics and audio material. Drums and guitars recorded in the summer 2012 on four old demo tracks from 1990. The new recordings, sound and mix sounds awesome.
The official authorised documentary chronicling one of the most successful British bands in rock history that reunites members Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Steve Hackett and Mike Rutherford for the first time since 1975 to tell their tale from first beginnings, to career highs and lows, with unseen archive material and rare performance footage from across their entire career.
The Book of Genesis, regardless of our faith, is something with which almost all of us in the Western world are familiar—a foundational work of our culture we have read and, we believe, understood. After all, its language, despite its remarkable elegance, is simple. Its powerful sentences are short. And its messages glisten with clarity.
"Welcome to Heaven" is a studio album recorded by John Wetton. Originally released in Japan in 2000. It was re-released in 2001 under the title SINISTER without the bonus tracks but with a different cover. The wonderful musicians who have helped to make this album what it is: Steve Hackett, Robert Fripp, Ian McDonald, Dick Wagner, Johny Young, Gary Chandler, Steve Christey, John Mitchell, Greg Bisonette, Todd Suchermann, Keith Bessey and last - but never least - Martin Orford.