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    Main » 2014 » August » 9 » Genesis ~ 1970 ~ Trespass
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    Genesis ~ 1970 ~ Trespass
    Genesis ~ 1970 ~ Trespassgenre: psych, prog
    country: uk
    audio: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 42'43" size: 230 mb

    From ProgressiveRock :
    Having graduated from Charterhouse, the boys decided to become professional musicians and in the summer of 1969 set off to do so. Replacing Silver, drummer John Mayhew was found via a Melody Maker advert. They settled into old classmate Richard McPhail's parents’ cottage and began writing and rehearsing. It was here, in these idyllic surroundings and under the influence of Crimson’s debut that the band’s early compositions and live set congealed. Meanwhile, they began gigging - anywhere anyone would book them. At a brief residency at Ronnie Scott's (Upstairs), Tony Stratton-Smith first went to hear them (on producer John Anthony's recommendation), and in a leap of faith signed them to his Charisma label. They entered Trident to record their second album in June. Trespass was gentle and immature - and one hundred percent Genesis. Everything was within, although in nascent form: the twelve strings, the lyricism and drama, and above all the originality. You had to hand it to Charisma; Strat left his bands to their own devices from which they evolved their own particular and peculiar styles. Genesis was no exception. "Looking for Someone" was delicate, but full of dynamics. Standouts included the elegant "Stagnation" with one of Tony Banks most sensitive organ solos, and their raucous and electric set closer on "The Knife". Shortly after recording Trespass, Anthony Phillips decided to leave the band. One of the primary writers, the Genesis’ future would again be left to uncertainty. However, with the support of Charisma relief was just around the corner.

    01. Looking for Someone 7:07
    02. White Mountain 6:46
    03. Visions of Angels 6:51
    04. Stagnation 8:50
    05. Dusk 4:13
    06. The Knife 8:56


    Peter Gabriel - lead voice, flute, accordion, tambourine and bass drum;
    Anthony Phillips - acoustic 12-string, lead electric, dulcimer, voices;
    Anthony Banks - organ, piano, mellotron, guitar, voices;
    Michael Rutherford - acoustic 12-string, electric bass, nylon, cello, voices;
    John Mayhew - drums, percussion, voices


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