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Genesis Live 1973-2007 gathers the four live albums recorded by the legendary British group from 1973 to 1992. Featuring brand new stereo mixes, the boxed set also includes the long-awaited release in stereo and 5.1 of Live At The Rainbow 1973 only available with this collection.
Genesis Live 1973 - 2007 11 disc boxed set that includes:
Genesis Live, the band's first Top 10 album in the UK, recorded in Leicester and Manchester and issued in 1973, and featuring the classic line-up of Tony Banks (keyboards), Phil Collins (drums, vocals), Peter Gabriel (vocals, flute), Steve Hackett (guitars) and Mike Rutherford (bass, guitars). Genesis Live, for this box-set release, has been extended to feature five bonus tracks recorded at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles on January 24, 1975 and the full album is also presented in 5.1 for the first time. The double set Seconds Out, a Top 5 entry in 1977 that documented the group s Paris dates as a quartet with Collins on lead vocals following Gabriel's departure in 1975. The tour featured touring drummers Bill Bruford and Chester Thompson. Exclusive to this boxed set, Seconds Out is presented in stereo and 5.1 versions. Three Sides Live, a #2 album in the U.K. in 1982, mostly showcasing the Banks-Collins-Rutherford incarnation augmented by Thompson and guitarist Daryl Stuermer. The Way We Walk, finally sees these two live albums resequenced as per the original show's set list. Originally released separately and entitled Vol I: The Shorts, which made the Top 3 in Britain in 1992, and Vol 2: The Longs, this was the band s sixth # 1 album, and their only concert recording to top the charts in 1993. Recorded in London by the Banks-Collins-Gabriel-Hackett-Rutherford lineup, Live At The Rainbow 1973 expands on the live material first issued on the Archive 1967-1975 boxed set in 1998 and will delight die-hard fans of that period in their lengthy career. The concert from October 1973 features most of Selling England By The Pound at the time of its release, along with the conceptual piece 'Supper's Ready' and 'Watcher Of The Skies' from their breakthrough album Foxtrot, and 'The Musical Box' from Nursery Cryme, the last two titles on 5.1 version only. Genesis Live 1973 2007 has been designed to incorporate space for the most recent live Genesis release - the 2-CD set Live Over Europe 2007. All albums feature brand new stereo mixes created by Tony Banks, Nick Davis, and Mike Rutherford, while Genesis Live, Seconds Out and Live At The Rainbow 1973 all feature 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound versions.
Product did NOT represent at all what seemed described in the product description. On the "DVD" disk there is only music with a single static image not live show footage. Read morePublished 7 months ago by chris
One of my all time favorite bands and now I have a better collection of their great live showsPublished 13 months ago by donald johnson
excellent, the sound 5.1 is perfect, a very good productPublished 15 months ago by Dominique Bigeard
Awesome CD couldn't be happier , very well done recording and exceeded my expectations and would recommend this to any Genesis fan old or newPublished 18 months ago by Daniel Sperry
It is unforgivable to have all fake DVD's in the box set. Not to mention the empty slot for the "Live Over Europe 2007". I felt cheated.Published 21 months ago by MAuricio Velloso
One question. Where are the live concert videos? When you advertise a box set that includes 3 DVDs most people would assume that meant live concert videos. What a rip-off. Read morePublished on August 10, 2013 by Yes Fan
This was bought as a christmas present for my brother inlaw by on request of my sister.
She asked me to order it late and I told her that most likely it would not be... Read more
The music is what it is - incredible. I know, if so incredible, why three stars?
The mix could've been better - it almost seems a copy straight from vinyl without the... Read more
These 5.1 discs, as everything in all the sets, are of course a wonderful collection for all fans. What is stunning and sad for me is the omission of a live Carpet Crawlers sung by... Read morePublished on August 4, 2012 by Ashik
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|Should have put tracks where they belong...||
The thing I really don't understand is why The Lamb tracks on Genesis Live? That first live album was put out in 1973, it should include pre-Selling England By the Pound material on it. I understand the album is a short one for the capacity of the CD, but they should have added, I don't know,... Read More
Aug 28, 2009 by Parrot Monkey | See all 13 posts
|Anyone else wish to hell for a new studio recorded album?||
Yes, they often used the Roland Drum Machine starting with Phil's 1st solo LP, and then the great "Duke" CD. It was a ubiquitous presence after that for sure. I suspect Phil will recover nicely, and feel like working again, and eventually the 5-pc reunion will happen in 2-4 years. It... Read More
Oct 28, 2009 by William J. Scruggs | See all 12 posts
|WTF? why'd they put 1 Gabriel-era album on this set?||
"they KNOW we HAVE to buy this, just to get those 5 unreleased songs..."
Actually, there are 14 total previously unreleased Gabriel era tracks on this set. With Genesis Live we get 5 bonus tracks from January 24, 1975:
Back in N.Y.C.
Fly on a Windshield
Broadway Melody of 1974... Read More
Sep 22, 2009 by Rushead 2112-Hemispheres | See all 37 posts
|Here we go again...will it or won't it...||
how was the Gabriel Years set a Fiasco. It was the best sounding out of the 3.
Aug 11, 2009 by Jill VanWoert | See all 18 posts
|No SACD anywhere this time.||
No SACD's anywhere, and apparently no DTS anywhere either. I'm not rushing to buy this one. My money will be better spent on the upcoming expanded remastered King Crimson albums, which will include DVD-Audio surround sound.
Aug 30, 2009 by Philip A.Cohen | See all 15 posts
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