Episode 746: Genesis – The Peter Gabriel Years

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December 10, 2019

Music:

All songs in this episode by Genesis.

  • “Supper’s Ready” Foxtrot (Charisma) 1972
  • “I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)” Selling England by the Pound (Charisma) 1973
  • “Carpet Crawl” The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (Charisma) 1975
  • “More Fool Me” Selling England by the Pound (Charisma) 1973

Notes:

Peter Gabriel brought Genesis out of the darkness and into the spotlight. Jim, Kevin Goff and Rob Gates cover the band’s early years with the outrageous and wildly creative/successful first lead singer.

Where credit is due: Thumbnail image of Peter Gabriel by York Tillyer.

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One thought on “Episode 746: Genesis – The Peter Gabriel Years

  1. Great job guys! This is interesting to me because I first heard the band in the late 70s . . .And Then There Were Three was the first record I knew about, which got some airplay in the Twin Cities. Some early Genesis albums ruled the cutout bins at Woolworths so, I used to have Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot, and Seconds Out on 8-track when they were blowing them out three for a dollar. A nice trip down memory lane . . .

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