In honor of his 65th birthday today, we returned with Steve Hackett to Genesis, his ever-inventive solo career and the one-off supergroup GTR.
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Released on February 9, 1981, ‘Face Value’ is a time capsule of everything that made Phil Collins into Phil Collins, and maybe the best thing he ever did.
Having originally left because he wasn’t interested in Genesis’ ever-more-aggressive touring schedule, Anthony Phillips remains steadfastly solo.
Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett blasted the ‘Sum of the Parts’ documentary as incomplete, even biased. He was right.
Genesis’ Tony Banks can’t stand Lamb Lies Down on Broadway: ‘The two albums that came before work better’
Released 40 years ago last November, Genesis’ ‘The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway’ is often hailed a classic. But not by Tony Banks.
A recommended entry point for anyone who came to Genesis via the MTV era hits, and is now curious about what came before.
Steve Hackett has made a lingering passion for Genesis clear — though, before now, that hasn’t included the pop era following his 1977 departure.
The sophomore album ‘Trespass,’ released on Oct. 23, 1970, offered the first hints at where Genesis would go.
‘Selling England by the Pound,’ issued on Oct. 12, 1973, found Genesis’ soon-to-vanish five-man lineup at the peak of its powers.
Phil Collins has been slowing moving back into the spotlight lately, though it’s been as a vocalist rather than a drummer.