“Wind And Wuthering” by Genesis - album review

TJR says

Following on from February's “A Trick Of The Tail”, the new Phil-Collins-fronted incarnation of Genesis delivered a second long player in '76, released just in time for Christmas. By now, I can barely conceal my utter hatred for their insipid brand of oh-so-well crafted progressive pop. Out in the big world their stock remains strong, with the album hitting #7 in both the UK and the US, their strongest showing to date in the latter market. All is not as rosy as it seems however, with more friction within the ranks; guitarist Steve Hackett is not best pleased at his material being excluded at the expense of keyboardist Tony Banks work. Hackett would soon leave but, alas, the other three would soldier on with their masterplan to torture punks.

The Jukebox Rebel
04-Dec-08

A1 [07:41] 1.7.png Genesis - Eleventh Earl Of Mar (Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, Steve Hackett) Prog
A2 [10:00] 1.5.png Genesis - One For The Vine (Tony Banks) Prog
A3 [06:19] 0.3.png Genesis - Your Own Special Way (Mike Rutherford) Prog
A4 [03:19] 1.6.png Genesis - Wot Gorilla? (Tony Banks, Phil Collins) Prog
B1 [06:37] 1.1.png Genesis - All In A Mouse’s Night (Tony Banks) Prog
B2 [05:27] 0.7.png Genesis - Blood On The Rooftops (Phil Collins, Steve Hackett) Prog
B3 [02:23] 2.0.png Genesis - Unquiet Slumbers For The Sleepers… (Mike Rutherford, Steve Hackett) Songwriter
B4 [04:50] 0.7.png Genesis - …In That Quiet Earth (Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, Phil Collins, Steve Hackett) Prog
B5 [04:12] 1.1.png Genesis - Afterglow (Tony Banks) Soft Rock / A.O.R.




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