A decent debut album, featuring a lively mix of hard rock and R&B with progressive rock, folk, and blues sources. It is one of those all too rare albums that brings you something new every time you play it.
Featuring rare, live, and television footage, never seen before on video, tracing a history of perhaps the most dominant adult rock group of the 70's and 80's. This video shows their evolution as band from their formation, all through their Gabriel years, after Gabriel but before Hackett left and their lives after "An Then There Were Three" with Collins at the helm. It doesn't include (not that I miss it) their latest work before dissolving as a band, you get exposed to high-quality footage of their early work, which as a fan you probably got a chance to see in some deteriorated shape at some point, so you know there's hope for you to some day see the footage of the band performing in the early seventies and being able to distinguish the audio and the video.
Genesis is a unique case in the world of popular music, as it began its career as a cult band and despite losing its lead singer, the charismatic Peter Gabriel, they moved on with then-drummer Phil Collins as front man, which brought them massive and unexpected success in the 80s. In this chapter of our The Many Faces series, we explore Genesis' inner world, including some of its members' rare side-projects, their collaborations, versions of some of their most iconic songs and the early-stages of the band, when they were still a bunch of teens who hardly imagined they would become one of the greatest bands of all times. The Many Faces Of Genesis is an essential album, that showcases the hidden stories behind a unique band.