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What do you think? This guy could do it all. Sing as well as put on a show onstage and he could do voices as well for some characters he creates. He knew how to really play some beautiful guitar.
Well I somewhat disagree with you and George Starostin. He is a very good keyboardist and his work on Selling England shows it.
Good bassist and 12 string guitarist and he knew how to write some good songs. That being said, I think you may have been a little too critical of Tony.
I thought Genesis lost the fantasy-like atmosphere when Steve left. I listen in awe of his unique style and catch a different note every time I listen.
I must ask you where I can obtain a copy of the hour-long tape from the British Television broadcast you spoke of.
Being very young, I completely missed seeing them before I fell in love with there music. I would like to start collecting any video I could get my hands on from the early days. Thanks for the great website, Steve Hank Reus Hank.
I know it represents a good bit of work for you. Anyway it must have been very shortly after the break-up. I was truly haunted by the group back then. In hindsight I think this has something to do with the fact that I was a teenage adolescent boy.
How cool was that!
I had no idea what costumes where used for what songs. I still am a bit confused as to what Gabriel wore when and why. From Genesis to Revelation even sounded better to me than Follow you Follow me. Which is the first rock concert I ever went to. When they did the Fountain of Salmacis, I felt completely justified somehow.
My expectations from the show were much, much too great. In Genesis Peter had been so compelling with his vocals. I was interested in playing guitar in those days and typically never really paid any attention to lyrics.
But Gabriel had been different in Genesis. He got my attention immediately if I recall correctly. Then it all seemed gone and he started to sound like most everybody else out there to me.
I enjoyed the concert, but not as much as I would have in seeing him with Genesis. Now I do put conscious effort into being open to "new" performances and giving material a chance.
Steve Hackett was a surprise to say the least. It was almost a second thought that I went to see him in concert. We were able to right up to the front of the stage. So I went with little expectations. His solo work takes on a new dimension when you see him play.
His discipline and techniques are unequaled by any other guitar player that I am aware of. Many other exceptional guitar players can be mentioned as being important to rock music, etc. Hendrix, Clapton, Page, Ray-Vaughan, etc.
However Hackett is the single most under-rated player I can think of. I was so glad I went to that show. I continued to listen to Foxtrot, Nursery Cryme and even the live album over the years but slowly forgot about the others for the most part.
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Summary: An eloquent, powerful epic that almost perfectly sums up the reasons why I do not believe in Christianity. Paradise Lost is the famous epic by 17th-century English poet John Milton. John Milton - Paradise Lost: Abandoning his earlier plan to compose an epic on Arthur, Milton instead turned to biblical subject matter and to a Christian idea of heroism.
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