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    Cage Rattler wezul's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by tessler View Post
    You know, the band before Peter Gabriel left....
    Actually I think Seconds Out is pretty strong . . . IMHO.











    The sands of time were divided by the river of constant change.

    Recorded 1976/1977 Paris
    Personnel:
    Phil Collins - Vocals, drums, Percussion
    Tony Banks - Electric Piano, Hammond organ, Mellotron, 12 string guitar, Backing vocals
    Steve Hackett - lead guitar, 12 string guitar (Steve's last appearance with Genesis)
    Mike Rutherford - 12, 8, & 4 string bass, 12 string guitar, Bass pedals, Backing vocals
    Additional musicians:
    Chester Thompson - drums, percussion
    Bill Bruford - drums, percussion
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    Angelo Badalamenti









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    I can't get enough of this record. The chick singing hits the nail on the head. Sounds like she was meant to sing these songs.

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    You do know that is Inara George. Daughter of Lowell George of Little Feat.
    "Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."

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    I have no clue on this band other than this record. I heard the record last spring and finally remembered about it last week. I searched for 'female singing Hall n Oates covers' cos of being clueless... and forgetful.

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    A quiet Jazz afternoon with Jane Monheit in the digital room and a bottle of German Kabinet.
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    Tonight , Ted Nugent Stranglehold & Flyleaf All Around Me Michelle Branch Everywhere

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    Carney.

    Classic Leon... Not too much better than this.

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    Moneen.

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    Elton John Meets Robert Wyatt



    Na, just kidding, but Leon Russell and Robert Wyatt are starting to look eerily alike nowadays.


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    Tune: Spanish Key
    Artist: Miles Davis
    Album: Bitches Brew

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    ÔÇóLeon LiveÔÇó

    Speaking of which... I'm getting melancholy...

    This is my second favorite live album and waaay ahead of it's time.



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