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    Main » 2014 » December » 24 » Anthony Phillips ~ 1977 ~ The Geese And The Ghost
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    Anthony Phillips ~ 1977 ~ The Geese And The Ghost
    Anthony Phillips ~ 1977 ~ The Geese And The Ghostgenre: prog, folk
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, covers, size: 577 mb)
    time: 49'34"+58'06"

    wikipedia:
    The Geese and the Ghost is the debut solo album from former Genesis guitarist Anthony Phillips. It was originally intended as a duet between Phillips and former bandmate Mike Rutherford, but Rutherford's difficulty in devoting time to the project ultimately mandated that he be dropped from co-billing with Phillips to guest musician status.
    In 1969, just prior to an extensive tour for Genesis, Phillips and bassist Mike Rutherford wrote a good deal of music, committing the material to tape to preserve a record of the work. Among the tracks was a piece entitled "D Instrumental", a song that would eventually become the album's title track. Following his departure from Genesis in 1970, Phillips wrote many of the songs that would ultimately constitute the rest of the album. Phillips at this time became more interested in his musical studies and work on the material was put aside until 1973 when he re-connected with Rutherford to work on small projects including a prospective single release, "Silver Song"/"Only Your Love", that included Genesis drummer Phil Collins on vocals. This material convinced Genesis label Charisma Records to front the money for initial work on an album to begin.
    Always intending the album project to be a collaboration with Rutherford, Phillips found it difficult to schedule time when the two could work together, as Rutherford's Genesis schedule was proving hectic during the recording of their double album The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway. In 1974, an injury to Phillips' Genesis successor, Steve Hackett, provided the opening Phillips and Rutherford needed and a great deal of work on the album was recorded in October of that year. While Rutherford rejoined Genesis, Phillips continued work on the album until another break allowed them to continue work on the album in the summer of 1975.

    With the album in a nearly-finished state in 1976, Charisma Records ultimately decided against releasing it, leaving Phillips without the financing to complete recording. After meetings with Virgin, Phillips put the material aside and concentrated on his burgeoning career in library music and other projects. In October 1976, however, word came that US record label Passport Records was interested in releasing the album. This gave Phillips the impetus he needed to complete The Geese and the Ghost. Still unable to find a UK distributor, Phillips and Genesis manager Tony Smith created the "Hit & Run" label to secure a UK release for the album.

    "Wind-Tales" – 1:02
    "Which Way The Wind Blows" – 5:51/5:15
    "Henry: Portraits From Tudor Times"(Phillips, Mike Rutherford)* – 14:02
    "Fanfare" – 0:56/1:03
    "Lute’s Chorus" – 2:00/1:37
    "Misty Battlements" – 1:15/2:22
    "Lute's Chorus Reprise" – 0:52
    "Henry Goes To War" – 3:36/4:02
    "Death of A Knight" – 2:33/2:10
    "Triumphant Return" – 1:46/1:52
    "God If I Saw Her Now" – 4:09
    "Chinese Mushroom Cloud" (Phillips, Rutherford) – 0:46
    "The Geese And The Ghost" (Phillips, Rutherford) – 15:40
    "Part I" – 8:01
    "Part II" – 7:39
    "Collections" – 3:07
    "Sleepfall: The Geese Fly West" – 4:33

    bonus cd:
    "Master of Time" (demo) – 7:37
    "Title Inspiration" – 0:31
    "The Geese & The Ghost – Part One" (Phillips, Rutherford) (basic track) – 7:46
    "Collections link" – 0:39
    "Which Way The Wind Blows" (basic track) – 6:25
    "Silver Song" (Geese sessions) – 4:22
    "Henry: Portraits From Tudor Times" (Phillips, Rutherford) (basic track) – 5:37
    "Fanfare"
    "Lute's Chorus"
    "Lute's Chorus Reprise"
    "Misty Battlements"
    "Collections" (demo) – 4:14
    "The Geese & The Ghost – Part Two" (Phillips, Rutherford) (basic track) – 7:30
    "God If I Saw Her Now" (basic track) – 4:15
    "Sleepfall" (basic track) – 4:22
    "Silver Song" (unreleased single version, 1973) – 4:14


    Anthony Phillips - guitars, bass guitar, dulcimer, bouzouki, synthesizer, mellotron, keyboards, piano, celesta, drums, percussion, vocals (track 7)
    Mike Rutherford - guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizers, drums, percussion
    Phil Collins - vocals (tracks 2 and 4)
    Rob Phillips - oboes (tracks 11, 12, and 14)
    Lazo Momulovich - oboes, cor anglais (tracks 3 and 11), organ
    John Hackett - flutes (tracks 9, 13, and 14)
    Wil Sleath - flute, baroque flute, recorder, piccolo (track 3)
    Jack Lancaster - flutes, lyricon (track 14)
    Charlie Martin - cello (tracks 10–12)
    Kirk Trevor - cello (tracks 10–12)
    Nick Hayley - violins (tracks 11 and 12)
    Martin Westlake - timpani (tracks 3 and 10–12)
    Tom Newman - hecklephone, bulk eraser
    Vivienne McAuliffe - vocals (track 4)
    Send Barns Orchestra and Barge Rabble conducted by Jeremy Gilbert
    Ralph Bernascone - soloist
    David Thomas - classical guitar (track 15)
    Ronnie Gunn - harmonium (track 15)


    see also:

    Anthony Phillips ~ 1978 ~ Wise After The Event
     
     
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