sexta-feira, 31 de maio de 2013
BBC Master Dat
In Concert, Paris Theatre, London, March 2, 1972; Sounds Of The Seventies, BBC, London, September 25, 1972.
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Here are some early Genesis.
These are indispensable recordings that capture tracks from the early Genesis albums Nursery Cryme and Foxtrot, as well as the song, Twilight Alehouse, which was the original B-side of I Know What I Like, but never released on any album.
This 30-minute broadcast, part of the BBC In Concert series, contained a concert performance of three songs before an audience in BBC’s Paris Studio. Andy Dunkley introduced the hour-long programme which consisted of a set by a band called Max Merrill And The Meteors followed by Genesis’ set. It was first broadcast on March 11, 1972, and the Genesis portion was repeated (minus Peter Gabriel’s brief introduction to the first song) on May 20, 1989 during Alan Freeman’s Saturday/Sunday Rock Show.
BBC In Concert, Paris Theatre, London, UK. March 2, 1972
Track 01. Intro
Track 02. Fountain Of Salmacis
Track 03. Intro
Track 04. Musical Box Story
Track 05. The Musical Box
Track 06. Intro
Track 07. The Return Of The Giant Hogweed
Top Gear, BBC, London. September 25, 1972
Track 08. Twilight Alehouse
Track 09. Get ‘Em Out By Friday
Track 10. Watcher of the Skies