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Behind The Lines: Genesis On Record 1978-1997

Code: 978-1-915246-63-9
Publication date 27th September 2024.
In this second part of Genesis on Record, Martin Popoff, also author of multiple books on Yes and Pink Floyd, re-assembles his team of progressive rock experts to tacked the second half of the Genesis catalogue, namely:
And Then There Were Three
Invisible Touch
We Can’t Dance
Calling All Stations
And defying possibility, the angles and opinions and concepts on offer are even more fresh and intriguing than those suggested in the first book. Perhaps that’s because the second half of the Genesis catalogue has never been discussed this fervently and sincerely, given the band’s embracing of pop conventions and the smash, multi-platinum success Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford enjoyed because of it.
But the bottom line is this: if you were looking to have the art across these records highlighted and validated for you, then Popoff’s panel of progressive pronouncers are at your service. Indeed, Martin is confident that after you read what these guys have to say, you’ll be scurrying back to the albums looking for any number of the hundreds of details celebrated in these Q&A chapters of yummy music talk.
Paperback: 234 x 156 mm, 272pp.
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