thanks for posting that. I had seen this footage years ago but its been upgraded incredibly.
I know the Bataclan 1973 video has been making the rounds for a few weeks now, but this is the best Gabriel-era footage I’ve ever seen. You literally feel like you’re on stage with them! Phil is on fire Any fan of Genesis or Phil needs to check this out.
So has Justine Beiber and all the rest of the so called modern talent. Sorry but ur strange post reminded me of a guitarist I worked with once .....and the moment he said to me...."What on earth is the point of Elton John or a group such as ABBA?But he has legions of fans......so whatever he's been doing works!!!
He started off on a natural finish Gretsch kit. He seems to have wrapped those drums in chrome here, and then for the next tour they were indeed re-wrapped in white. I've seen some photos from the late 70s where these drums had been un-wrapped and stained a dark wood color. I wonder if Phil still owns that kit?thanks for posting that. I had seen this footage years ago but its been upgraded incredibly.
What detail. I always thought Phil used an off-white Gretsch kit in that era but that seems metallic covered?
This tune is just about the grooviest 3/4 drumbeat I know of...it's crazy how something so simple can take on such a hypnotic feel. I copied it in a band I was in in the nineties (sorry Phil) and it was amazing how crowds reacted to that groove, everyone just dancing and grooving through it like it was anything other than a regular funky 4/4 beatOne of his best attributes as a drummer is that Phil is the master of making odd time signatures groove. “Turn it on again” during his Genesis days is a great example of that.
Going deeper into the rabbit hole, this song jumps all over the place but never do you feel that Phil is unmoored and not in total command of what is happening.
Yeah, but, it's Genesis...Have some mixed feelings about this but it looks like Genesis is hitting this side of the pond later in the year and we can see Phil doing the Genesis thing live for the first time in years.
As someone who never had the good fortune to attend a Genesis concert, I almost feel obligated to go, although seeing Phil sing in a chair and not having Chester back there feels like more of a cover act than anything else. Plus the what I am sure will be ludicrously high prices to watch them play their hits (versus the deep cuts that appeal to me more) make this a tough decision for me.
It's an eight note rest.If I weren't so incredibly rusty at reading sheet music, it surely would!
So the very first beat of the first full measure is a quarter note rest, right? And then the snare hits on the 3, yes?
Also, I love that they describe that as looking simple. [sigh]