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 1   Play and Watch Lists / Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? - Part 2  on: Today at 06:34am
Started by HENRY | Post by supernatural
Pop Will Eat Itself-The Looks Or The Lifestyle
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 2   Supper's Ready- The Genesis Music Board / Re: The Lamb composers  on: Today at 05:03am
Started by Chaim | Post by Swede
Yes, that makes sense.
But also the vocals ("the carp" "-lers heed their") is a low A. So when they jammed together it could have been Peter who was first!

I think you're right about that Peter must have written most of the vocal lines on this album. And this is really the big difference between this era and the following. Sure the other members brought the proggier style to the bands music, but Peter created these very soulful vocal lines. (As well as very original lyrics.) And this was such a unique combination.

Just a little detail. In the middle of Colony of Slippermen (4:36), I suspect it's Peter who follows Steve's jumping melody, and not reversed, since it's quite an odd vocal line.

And I forgot, I've also read that it was Tony and Mike who made the chorus for Liliwhite Lilith in addition to Phil's old verse. Perhaps the first three man song ever. (With the exception for the Broadway Melody theme in the end.)
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 3   Supper's Ready- The Genesis Music Board / Re: The Lamb composers  on: Today at 04:36am
Started by Chaim | Post by Chaim
Thanks, Swede! As for Carpet Crawlers (or whatever the title is), when I saw Peter praise his own musical contribution, he was talking about the melody only, not the chords.

The way Mike plays the chorus chords - in a very "guitaristic" way - makes me think that he came up with them. There was always something that bothered my ear about the A major chord under the words "we gotta get in to get" - the D-note. It took me years to realize that Mike plays most if not all of the chorus chords using an open D-string beneath the chords. But Tony plays the roots beneath it all with his "bass". So instead of an A/D chord it becomes an A chord in the root position with an added 4th. Rather dissonant. So I assume that the chorus chord progression started with Mike playing chords on top of the open D-string. Then Tony added the roots beneath Mike's "pedal point".
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 4   Paperlate- Genesis General Board / Re: Yes Progeny - Inspiration for Genesis?  on: Today at 03:03am
Started by socalgenesisfan | Post by Pete
"Support your local vegetarian snackbar!"

Yes / Progeny - Athens Georgia November 14, 1972 D1

Intro Track 03. Heart of the Sunrise:

Here's the clip of Jon -it made me laugh.
I wonder if the snack bar is still going,or if it has gone out of business?

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 5   The Forum of Last Resort / Re: What you watching on tv or dvd now  on: Yesterday at 9:47pm
Started by shadow | Post by ericm
on Yesterday at 7:52pm, Lily wrote:
There was an interview with the writer, he confirmed that is what it was Eric, you are correct!

Is that right? I never saw it but good to know my interpretation of that was spot on.

Pretty cool the writers had him go out on top with one of the most iconic commercials ever. I remember in grade school (Catholic) we had one cool nun with a guitar and that tune was played/sung many times in religion class. grin more for the message of unity than pushing Coke sales.
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 6   In the Air Tonight- Phil Collins Board / Re: Face Value To Be Released As Deluxe Edition So  on: Yesterday at 9:16pm
Started by stagnation | Post by WinstonWolf
Does anyone know what happened to the remixes done by Allen Sides back in the mid-2000s? Surely these are just sitting in a hard drive somewhere....

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 7   The Forum of Last Resort / Re: What you watching on tv or dvd now  on: Yesterday at 7:53pm
Started by shadow | Post by Lily
on Yesterday at 3:10pm, Dust wrote:
No f***ing spoilers! I'm on Episode Four. grin wink

Keep your knickers on, I only said the guy was a good actor!

Hope you are enjoying it. grin
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 8   The Forum of Last Resort / Re: What you watching on tv or dvd now  on: Yesterday at 7:52pm
Started by shadow | Post by Lily
on Yesterday at 4:10pm, ericm wrote:
Sorry Susan but I disagree. I think that Don standing on that hilltop, and the Coke commercial at the end was their way of telling us Don went back to Madison Ave, the McCann agency, and was responsible for that epic commercial.

He in fact never really changed, in spite of that soul searching road trip. He ended up right back doing what he was truly great at.

There was an interview with the writer, he confirmed that is what it was Eric, you are correct!
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 9   Announcements / New Disciplinary Procedure  on: Yesterday at 7:00pm
Started by .:Krissy:. | Post by .:Krissy:.
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 10   Paperlate- Genesis General Board / Re: FGTR Record Store Day Box Set  on: Yesterday at 5:54pm
Started by Comus | Post by gabbleratchet63
The record label offered me 1500 on this forum in pm for my mono copy to 'copy', so clearly the source is likely to be little more than that and no better.

In the end I gave in and bought a copy as my local record shop offered it to me for 50 rather than 79. I have not opened it though and probably wont.

It also turns out there were 2000 copies not 1000 as advertised too.
We 'collectors' are all fools maybe? Technically legit in theory the release may be, but as no more than a copy not even from an original source, it is little more than bootleg, but with even less collector value as an archive.
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