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xx Re: Genesis Revisited with Orchestra - UK Tour
« Reply #30 on: Jan 31st, 2018, 3:58pm »

on Jan 30th, 2018, 3:29pm, Noni wrote:
Have no probems with Steve playing a couple of Genesis tracks. Younger audience members will never see Genesis play live again, Unless these rumours of a so-called reunion is true. rolleyes

Saw Steve play live in 2009 and must admit, gooswbumps were felt hearing some of these tracks from Genesis.

Some folks go to concerts on a regular basis, maybe seeing Steve a few times, so hearing these tracks all the time, i can see annoying to some. But I love them!!... grin


I am even more grateful I saw Steve given that the Musical Box tour was cancelled. It was a great experience. But I can understand those who have seen him more than once wishing he would do more solo stuff.
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« Reply #31 on: Feb 2nd, 2018, 09:28am »

My post Genesis collection of solo albums suggests what I've made of the music they've made - but whatever else has any band produced so many top quality solo stars - don't think so?

Steve - 31 inc. GTR, Squackett and Djabe
Mike & Mechanics - 5
Tony - 4
Phil - 2 and a few assorted iTunes single tracks
Peter - 1 and a few assorted iTunes single tracks

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« Reply #32 on: Feb 2nd, 2018, 4:01pm »

on Feb 2nd, 2018, 09:28am, MikeAB wrote:
My post Genesis collection of solo albums suggests what I've made of the music they've made - but whatever else has any band produced so many top quality solo stars - don't think so?

Steve - 31 inc. GTR, Squackett and Djabe
Mike & Mechanics - 5
Tony - 4
Phil - 2 and a few assorted iTunes single tracks
Peter - 1 and a few assorted iTunes single tracks



There could be an argument for the Eagles but Joe Walsh was a star before he joined them & only Frey & Henley had any real solo success after the band split up.

Then there is another band called the Beatles....
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