Episode 746: Genesis – The Peter Gabriel Years




December 10, 2019


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


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 Reply to “Episode 746: Genesis – The Peter Gabriel Years”

  1. Phil (@funoka)

    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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