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Genesis : The Gabriel Era (Paperback)

Author: Carruthers, Bob

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In 1967, vocalist Peter Gabriel founded the group Genesis along with keyboardist Tony Banks, and quickly became the noted, eccentric front man to an internationally-acclaimed progressive rock band. This is story of the group''s early, halcyon days prior to Gabriel''s departure in 1975, during which albums such as "Nursery Crimes," "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, " and "Foxtrot "took the music scene by storm. A full track-by track analysis of the Gabriel-era albums that highlights the inspiration behind key tracks is provided, as are the thoughts of contemporary rock journalists and musicians on the music that changed the face of rock. Interviews with band members provide a glimpse of the creative process, the pressures of success, and the stories behind the songs.


Publisher Trafalgar Square
Mfg Part# 9781906283353
SKU 208130290
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1906283354
Release Date 3/1/2009
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