Genesis A Critical Review 1975-1980.
When Peter Gabriel left Genesis in 1975 the critics claimed the band would wither and die, but Phil Collins steeped out from behind the drum kit, and the revitalised Genesis produced an amazing series of album, which bridged the divide between art rock and commercialism.
Using the actual words of the band and critics, Inside Genesis is the definitive critical review of the music of Genesis during the Collins era, which saw Genesis grow from progressive icons to become one of the biggest grossing acts in the world.
Genesis The Peter Gabriel Era.
This is the independent critical guide to the music of Genesis in the crucial years when the legendary Peter Gabriel was the frontman of the band.
For many Genesis fans, the Gabriel years represent the very best of Genesis. As a showman Peter Gabriel was unsurpassed, appearing in a mind-boggling array of masks and costumes, including the dress-clad fox and the human sunflower. These amazing theatrical performances were featured alongside some of the most powerful music of the seventies.
Featuring rare archive performances from film and television, alongside the views of a team of leading musicians and music critics, this is essential viewing.
To rent Genesis: The Definitive Critical Review just join the Cinema Paradiso DVD rental and Blu-ray Rental service today and get a Free DVD rental trial. Sign up today!