Genesis KLARES WASSER VON GENESIS
Genesis ist eine gegründete, einflussreiche britische Rockband, die mit weltweit über Millionen verkauften Alben bis heute zu den kommerziell erfolgreichsten zählt. Gekennzeichnet durch ihre eigenständigen Mitglieder durchlief die Band. Genesis ([ˈgɛnezɪs]; altgriechisch γένεσις ‚Schöpfung, Entstehung, Geburt') bezeichnet: das 1. Buch Mose, erstes Buch des jüdischen Tanach und der. Genesis ist eine gegründete, einflussreiche britische Rockband, die mit weltweit über Millionen verkauften Alben bis heute zu den kommerziell. Das Buch Genesis, Kapitel 1. Zum nächsten Kapitel in der Bibel. Die Anfänge: 1,1 - 11,9. Die Erschaffung der Welt. Gen 1,1, Im Anfang schuf Gott Himmel und. Das zugrundeliegende Wort ist γένεσις (genesis) → grc „Geburt“, „Ursprung“, „Entstehung“ (für den Vers ›Im Anfang schuf Gott Himmel und Erde.‹ Genesis 1,1).
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Whatever you need. On your terms. This journey, as we see it, is an everlasting one. And it has just begun. I never heard such fantastic work of a fantastic band being ruined and squashed like this.
If they want to remix these album or remaster these again it's their 50th anniversary this year is it?
Get Steve Wilson. Or some engineer that knows what there doing. And keep Tony Banks away. Genesis over the years-it became fashionable to slag them off.
Well having seen and followed them through the 70s I can only say they were a fantastic band through Gabriel era and the years after.
I think the real problem came when Steve Hackett left-the band still had a good tour left in as the material was still strong and the band was fine live.
The problem was in keeping the studio band down to just the 3-they simply couldn't write enough good material-they still came up with a few decent tracks but there was a lot of dross.
Also the lack of variation in the older material played in those later Tours was disappointing, considering how much material they could draw on.
Why they didn't let Thompson and Stuermer, or whoever,help with writing new material I don't know, as they needed some extra help to freshen it up.
BUT great stuff and MK ! Ironic,as well,that Steve Hackett has been left to keep the material alive through these years now-they could have done a tour or two,even a gig or two, in the early s and its a shame they didn't take the chance when it was there!
From someone who was there in the beginning, seeing them play the small halls, and then on to the super stadiums, I never gave a toss about people hating Genesis, all I know is that they have given me some of the best memories in my life music wise, Lyceum theatre so many years ago, seeing suppers ready for the first time, mighty hogweed, classics, the melodic tunes taking you on a musical trip, their fantastic light shows, Gabriel, Collins, they both have their support, I loved them both, sure it was nice in the early days following them before fame, but hey I don't begrudge them their success, I just give thanks to have witnessed their brilliance.
Johncamus August 31, Report. Collins maintains that the re-direction to a more commercial sound came from Tony Banks, who was keen to have 'hits'!
I think that Collins' years as front-man for Genesis and then in his own solo career obscured what a superb drummer he is.
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Selling England by the Pound was released in October to a positive critical reception, though slightly more muted than Foxtrot.
Their six shows in three days at The Roxy in Los Angeles were well received by audiences and critics.
Its success led to an offer for Genesis to appear on BBC's national show Top of the Pops ; they declined as the group thought it would not suit their image.
The album was written at Headley Grange in East Hampshire where, upon their arrival, the building was in a state left by the previous band with excrement on the floor and rat infestations.
His absence from a considerable amount of writing sessions due to difficulties with his wife's first birth was something Rutherford and Banks "were horribly unsupportive" of.
Further work and mixing took place at Island where Brian Eno contributed synthesizers and effects that the album's sleeve credits as "Enossification".
When Gabriel asked Eno how the band could repay him, Eno said he needed a drummer for his track " Mother Whale Eyeless ".
Collins said, "I got sent upstairs as payment". During their stay in Cleveland during the tour, Gabriel told the band he would leave at its conclusion.
He was being portrayed as if he was 'the man' and it really wasn't like that. It was a very difficult thing to accommodate.
So it was actually a bit of a relief. Following the Lamb tour, Hackett recorded his first solo album Voyage of the Acolyte as he felt unsure that Genesis would survive following Gabriel's departure.
As a replacement singer had not been found, the band decided to record the album without vocals and audition singers as they went.
They placed an anonymous advertisement in Melody Maker for "a singer for a Genesis-type group" which received around replies. Collins proceeded to teach selected applicants the songs; Witches Brew frontman and flautist Mick Strickland  was invited into the studio to sing, but the backing tracks were in a key outside of his natural range and the band decided not to work with him.
His performance was well received by the band, and they decided that he should be their new lead vocalist. Collins then sang on the remaining tracks.
A Trick of the Tail was released in February and was a commercial and critical success for the band.
The album reached No. Collins adopted a more humorous rapport with the audience, unlike Gabriel's theatrical approach, which was successful.
The shows in Glasgow and Stafford were filmed for their concert film Genesis: In Concert , released in cinemas in February as a double bill with White Rock.
Rutherford spoke of the band's conscious effort to distance themselves from songs inspired by fantasy, something that their past albums "were full of".
Collins spoke of the situation, "We just wanted to use what we agreed was the strongest material, irrespective of who wrote it".
Prior to the tour Bruford declined an offer to return as second drummer, leaving Collins searching for a replacement. Collins said, "It floored me completely I had never met him.
I rang him up and said, 'Hi Chester, I've heard your stuff, would you like to play with Genesis? He didn't even audition! An armed bodyguard accompanied each member throughout their stay.
It peaked at No. It was the final Genesis release before Hackett left the group. He had been writing more material on his own and found it increasingly difficult to contribute more of his ideas within a group context.
He wished to embark on a solo career and "take the risk in order to find out just how good I was on my own".
The album is a collection of shorter songs in order to put across more musical ideas. Collins recalled it was the only song on the album written from scratch during rehearsals.
It received some mixed reviews from critics at the time owing to the album only containing short songs, which excited new fans but disillusioned those who had been used to the band's previous work.
In the search for a new touring guitarist, Rutherford tried out Pat Thrall and Elliot Randall ,  followed by Alphonso Johnson of Weather Report, but he was primarily a bassist and could not play Hackett's lead guitar parts comfortably.
In December , Genesis began a period of inactivity as Collins's marriage was at risk of collapse after touring had made him frequently absent from his wife and children.
It was just that if I was going to be living in Vancouver then we'd have had to organise ourselves differently. With time to spare before working on a new Genesis album, Collins performed with Brand X , played the drums on former bandmate Peter Gabriel's third album and started writing his first solo album, Face Value , at his home in Shalford, Surrey.
In , Banks and Rutherford moved into Collins's home in Shalford to write and rehearse material for Duke.
The three found the writing process easier and less complicated than And Then There Were Three Rutherford reasoned this as they were "getting back to the basic stage of ideas being worked on jointly".
All three wrote the remaining five tracks including " Duchess ", the first Genesis song that uses a drum machine , specifically a Roland CR imported from Japan.
Released in March , Duke was the band's biggest commercial success at the time of release, spending two weeks at No.
In November , Genesis bought Fisher Lane Farm , a farmhouse with an adjoining cowshed near Chiddingfold , Surrey, as their new rehearsal and recording facility.
The building was remodelled into a studio in four months before recording for Abacab began in March Banks said a conscious effort was made to keep melodies as simple as possible which signalled further changes in their direction.
Abacab was released in September and reached No. Following a demonstration at The Farm, the band and Smith showed an immediate interest in the technology and became shareholders of the company.
The European release contains a fourth side of extra live tracks. The concert was organised to raise money for Gabriel's World of Music, Arts and Dance project which was, by that point, in considerable debt.
Work on the twelfth Genesis album, Genesis , began in March with Padgham returning as engineer. Banks remembered the band were scarce for new musical ideas which "felt at times as though we were stretching the material as far as we could".
In February , Genesis took a break in activity to allow each member to continue with their solo careers. The music press took note that Collins' success as a solo artist made him more popular than Genesis.
I won't be the one. I still won't leave the group, but I imagine it will end by mutual consent.
Genesis reconvened at The Farm in October to start work on Invisible Touch which lasted for six months.
Banks remembered the time as a strong period creatively for the band, with ideas "flowing out of us". During the session, Rutherford began to play an improvised guitar riff to which Collins replied with an off-the-cuff lyric — "She seems to have an invisible touch" — which became the song's chorus hook.
Following its release in June , the album spent three weeks at No. The Invisible Touch Tour was the band's largest world tour in its history which included dates from September to July Genesis received some criticism in their decision to have Michelob beer as a sponsor.
The tour concluded with four consecutive sold-out shows at Wembley Stadium in London. They performed twice during this time; on 14 May , they performed a minute set at the Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary concert at Madison Square Garden.
The band took advantage of the increased capacity the CD offered and released over 71 minutes of new music across 12 tracks. Rutherford also played bass on Pink Floyd's set at the same concert.
In March , Collins announced his departure from Genesis. In a statement, he said, "Having been in Genesis for 25 years, I felt it time to change direction in my musical life.
For me now, it will be music for movies, some jazz projects, and of course my solo career. I wish the guys in Genesis all the very best in their future.
We remain the best of friends. Rutherford initially found the sessions difficult as he saw Collins as "the guy in the middle" who made Banks and himself work better.
The two main contenders, David Longdon later of Big Big Train and Scottish singer Ray Wilson of Stiltskin , auditioned throughout which involved singing along to Genesis tracks with the lead vocals removed.
Wilson was announced as the new Genesis singer in June Calling All Stations was released in September It was a success in Europe, where it reached No.
A North American tour was planned but was cancelled following its poor commercial response and lack of ticket sales, which led to Banks and Rutherford announcing in that the group would no longer be recording and touring.
In , Banks, Collins, Gabriel, Hackett, Phillips, Rutherford, and Silver gathered for a photo session and dinner to celebrate the release of the four-disc box set, Genesis Archive — Gabriel attended the ceremony but chose not to perform.
The five met in Glasgow in November to discuss the idea further, but it never developed further as Gabriel was unable to commit due to other projects.
A live album formed of recordings from various European dates was released in as Live over Europe In , the band's studio albums from Trespass to Calling All Stations were digitally remastered by Nick Davis across three box sets: Genesis — , Genesis — and Genesis — After , Genesis members expressed mixed opinions about a reunion.
Collins retired from the music industry as an active musician that year in favour of family commitments  and has stated he can no longer play the drums due to medical issues.
I've always been open to it. I'm not the guy who says no. It really didn't happen last time. I think there's a small chance, but I don't think it's very high.
Although he participated in the documentary and promoted it, Hackett was critical following its broadcast, saying that it was biased and did not give him editorial involvement, adding that it ignored his solo work despite his speaking at length about it.
Hackett remains cynical about a Genesis reunion, saying: "Look at the documentary and you'll get an idea of the priorities that come across.
In , Collins announced an end to his retirement, and speculated a reunion with Banks and Rutherford would be possible,  a view which Banks endorsed.
Hackett said he would like a reunion of Genesis's — line-up, but stressed it was very unlikely, adding "I won't say any more because I don't want to raise expectations.
The tour is planned for seventeen dates across the UK and Ireland between November and December Genesis identify first and foremost as songwriters.
Any instruments featured on any of the recordings were used because they helped serve the song. Rutherford later said "We're much more concerned with feel.
Members of the original line-up were exposed to classical and church music as well as rock artists of the s, particularly the Beatles.
By the s, the group began to include fantasy and surreal elements in their lyrics, such as "The Musical Box". A Trick of the Tail marked a return to the band's roots with acoustic passages and songs inspired by fantasy.
Early lyrics drew from psychedelia, fantasy, mythological figures , and fairytale themes. Gabriel emerged as one of the band's main lyricists who often incorporated puns and double entendres in his lines and track titles and addressed various themes including social commentary.
Clarke 's novel Childhood's End inspired the lyrics to " Watcher of the Skies ". By the time the group had slimmed down to the trio of Banks, Rutherford and Collins, they had decided to change lyrical styles, dealing more with everyday matters which connected with female fans.
Banks has said that a common way of developing songs throughout the band's career was for Collins to play the rhythm, Rutherford to set up a groove and riffs, and for him to add the harmonies and melodies on top.
Banks used a number of keyboards during Genesis' career, continually trying out new models, though he used the piano regularly throughout the group's lifetime.
In the s and beyond, he favoured the Eric Clapton Stratocaster. Considine . Genesis have been estimated to have sold between — million albums worldwide.
Genesis were targets for criticism throughout the s from those who disliked progressive rock. Influential BBC DJ John Peel championed the band in their early years and they performed three sessions for him between and , but he "grew disillusioned with their later excesses".
At their commercial peak in the s, the music of Genesis faced the accusation of being "flabbergastingly insignificant" by leading American music critic Robert Hilburn ,  and it has been described as "barely distinguishable" from Collins's solo work.
Considine documented how the band had been "largely ignored" by the music press and public in their earliest years, before being "derided as middlebrow throwbacks still in thrall to the pomposities of art rock" in the late s and then dismissed as " easy-listening lightweights" in the s.
He argued this was unfair, as the band had made their "share of mediocre albums" but no bad ones. Journalists have reported that fans preferring one era of the band strongly dislike others.
Rock author Colin McGuire has described the arguments from fans of the Gabriel era as "they sold out and became too corporate when Collins stepped into the spotlight", while fans of the Collins era argue "the Gabriel years were boring and hard to stomach".
He concluded both eras of the band should be judged on their own merits. Good luck finding anybody out there who's equally enamored of both sides of the band's story.