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#196347
Genesis to reform. 4 Weeks ago  
 
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#196352
Green Man

Re:Genesis to reform. 4 Weeks ago  
Superb news, however arena gigs are awful - you end up watching it on a monitor in front, might as well get a DVD.
 
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robbiex

Re:Genesis to reform. 4 Weeks ago  
They are ok as long as you can get in the front 1/4 of the arena, otherwise there is very little atmosphere, and you have to pay out a small fortune for that.
 
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#196413
Re:Genesis to reform. 3 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
I have so many memories of happy days in the 60s; imagine going back to your old school as a pop star 5 years after leaving; hearing a demo tape; loving the guy's voice and christening them Genesis to celebrate the start of your proper career as a Producer? Well, I'd also had a huge hit in 1965 with It's Good News Week which funded the Genesis sessions (and much more). Rather like my Moon royalties bought this little house from which I write this 55 years later. There are those who believe Leap Up & Down, Wave Your Knickers In The Air was the pinnacle of my production days. All downhill since then, artistically speaking.
 
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Honey

Re:Genesis to reform. 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
I have so many memories of happy days in the 60s; imagine going back to your old school as a pop star 5 years after leaving; hearing a demo tape; loving the guy's voice and christening them Genesis to celebrate the start of your proper career as a Producer? Well, I'd also had a huge hit in 1965 with It's Good News Week which funded the Genesis sessions (and much more). Rather like my Moon royalties bought this little house from which I write this 55 years later. There are those who believe Leap Up & Down, Wave Your Knickers In The Air was the pinnacle of my production days. All downhill since then, artistically speaking.


I wont hear a word against Leap Up and Down!
 
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Green Man

Re:Genesis to reform. 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
My eldest cousin bought UK Records religiously. One that stood out for me is Motorbike Annie for it's excellent mellotron work.
 
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#196496
Green Man

Re:Genesis to reform. 3 Weeks ago  
Honey wrote:
JK2006 wrote:
I have so many memories of happy days in the 60s; imagine going back to your old school as a pop star 5 years after leaving; hearing a demo tape; loving the guy's voice and christening them Genesis to celebrate the start of your proper career as a Producer? Well, I'd also had a huge hit in 1965 with It's Good News Week which funded the Genesis sessions (and much more). Rather like my Moon royalties bought this little house from which I write this 55 years later. There are those who believe Leap Up & Down, Wave Your Knickers In The Air was the pinnacle of my production days. All downhill since then, artistically speaking.


I wont hear a word against Leap Up and Down!


I have had worst - especially from pub bands I used to book.
 
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