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“The Lamb Lies Down n Broadway”…but no “Back In NYC”?
“In The Flesh?”..short, sweet and kickass.
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (6-9)…the Richard Wright coda on that song is right up there with Great Gig In The Sky and Us & Them as Rick’s (and Floyd’s) best. He is missed.
If you look real close, you can see Rick Danko back there.
So many…White Album…All Things Must Pass…Plastic Ono Band…but out of this set, I’m definitely going with the Badfinger stuff.
Too many favorites…but right now I’m gonna say “Breaking Glass” from Low. Short, sweet, and makes you wanna groove out from the second that snare drum comes in at the beginning.
I got the chance to see him this past Monday in Philly. Great show. Out of my 5 times seeing him (2 with Genesis, 3 times solo), it was the closest to him I every was (about 10 ft.). My bro and I geeked out the whole time.
Sorry to hear about the awkardness with Phil. Maybe he was having a rough day or his injury was bothering him. If you can get him for a full-on interview, force ol’ baldy into an apology! (j/k)
As a fellow Genesis/Phil/Peter freak, I understand your plight. As a high-schooler in the late 90′s/early 00′s, my backpack was the only one that sported a Genesis logo (Lamb-style) patch. And funny enough, Three Sides Live was the CD I used to bring in school to get some of my friends into them (the version of In The Cage on that seemed to do the trick). Whilst everybody else was digging Korn, Limp Bizkit & Britney, I was air-drumming to Los Endos. I had an original Invisible Touch tour shirt too, but I lost it at a party once. My life’s had a hole in it ever since.
Great interview. I would love to see the whole thing. Especially if you asked him any questions about The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway. I’ve been trying to decipher that one since I was 10.