NEWS IN THE WORLD OF GENESIS
July 2009

July 15, 2009
Paul Carrack To Perform At U.K. Charity Concert This Fall

Paul Carrack will be one of many musicians (including Melanie C. of the Spice Girls, Chris Difford of Squeeze, Mark King and Mike Lindup of Level 42, Bill Wyman and The Rhythm Kings, Mick Hucknall of Simply Red and more) to perform at the 75th anniversary celebration for the PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund on October 25, 2009 at Royal Albert Hall in London, England. The proceeds from this charity event will benefit the Fund.

July 13, 2009
Forthcoming Genesis Live Box Set Announced For Pre-Order!

You can now pre-order the Genesis Live 1973-2007 10 disc (CD + DVD) box set. This is the North American NTSC pressing on Rhino Records.

July 10, 2009
WEA Confirms North American Release Date of the Forthcoming Genesis Live Box Set

Rhino Records (part of Warner/Elektra/Atlantic) confirmed today that the North American release date for the Genesis Live 1973-2007 box set will be September 29, 2009. The Rhino Records pressing will be identical in track listing and format (CD + DVD) to the European EMI Records issue.

July 10, 2009
Audiophile issues of Camel Albums Featuring Phil Collins and Anthony Phillips Ressiued In Japan

In Japan, Universal Records has just reissued the Camel album I Can See Your House From Here as a replica mini LP CD sleeve audiophile SHM-CD. The album, which featured a guest appearance by Phil Collins, is available now. You can also get the Japanese only SHM-CD audiophile reissue of Camel's The Single Factor featuring former Genesis guitarist Anthony Phillips! Both SHM-CD reissues are limited edition and will not be released as SHM-CDs outside of Japan (note: SHM-CDs are compatible with standard CD players).

July 8, 2009
EMI Confirms Details of the Forthcoming Genesis Live Box Set

EMI in Europe has confirmed that the release date for the forthcoming Genesis Live 1973-2007 box set will be September 14, 2009. The press release has confirmed the following track listing (as previously reported here):

 

"Live" (Stereo/5.1):

  1. Watcher of the Skies
  2. Get 'Em Out by Friday
  3. The Return of the Giant Hogweed
  4. The Musical Box
  5. The Knife

Bonus "The Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles - 24/01/75" tracks:

  1. Back in N.Y.C.
  2. Fly on a Windshield
  3. Broadway Melody of 1974
  4. Anyway
  5. The Chamber of 32 Doors

"Seconds Out" (Stereo/5.1):

1. Squonk
2. Carpet Crawlers
3. Robbery, Assault & Battery
4. Afterglow
5. Firth of Fifth
6. I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
7. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
8. The Musical Box (closing)
9. Supper's Ready
10. The Cinema Show
11. Dance on a Volcano
12. Los Endos

 

"Three Sides Live" (Stereo only)

1. Turn It On Again
2. Dodo
3. Abacab
4. Behind the Lines
5. Duchess
6. Me and Sarah Jane
7. Follow You Follow Me
8. Misunderstanding
9. In the Cage (Medley: Cinema Show/Slippermen)

10. Afterglow
11. One for the Vine
12. Fountain of Salmacis
13. It/Watcher of the Skies

 

 

"The Way We Walk" (Stereo only)

  1. Land of Confusion
  2. No Son of Mine
  3. Driving the Last Spike
  4. Old Medley (Dance on a Volcano/The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway/The Musical Box/Firth of Fifth/I Know What I Like)
  5. Throwing It All Away
  6. Fading Lights
  7. Jesus He Knows Me
  8. Home by the Sea/Second Home by the Sea
  9. Hold On My Heart
  10. Domino (In the Glow of the Night/The Last Domino)
  11. The Drum Thing
  12. I Can't Dance
  13. Tonight, Tonight, Tonight
  14. Invisible Touch
  15. Turn It On Again
  16. Mama
  17. That's All
  18. In Too Deep 

(Empty Space in the box set for 2007's "Live Over Europe")

 

"Live At The Rainbow 1973" (Stereo/5.1)

1.      Watcher of the Skies (5.1 version only)

2.      Dancing with the Moonlit Knight

3.      The Cinema Show

4.      I Know What I Like(In Your Wardrobe)

5.      Firth of Fifth

6.      The Musical Box (5.1 version only)

7.      More Fool Me

8.      The Battle of Epping Forest

9.      Supper's Ready

 

Rhino Records, who will release the box in North America, has not confirmed a release date as yet. As previously reported here, this box set will be CD + DVD world-wide (SACD will not be an option). More details to follow!
 

July 8, 2009
Official Genesis Site Confirms Forthcoming Release of Genesis Video Box Set

Nick Davis, Genesis' long-time producer and engineer has confirmed on the official Genesis site that there will be a forthcoming Genesis video box set. Davis also confirmed that the concert film, Three Sides Live, will be included for the first time on DVD with stereo and 5.1 surround sound. No further details are known at this time. Stay tuned for details!


July 2, 2009

Mike Rutherford Returns to the Studio For Possible New Solo Project

Nick Davis, Genesis' long time engineer and producer, confirms that Mike Rutherford has returned to the studio to work on material that may become a new solo project of some kind. Not much is known at this time about Mike's work other than the fact that he is working with some new artists. In a separate interview, former Mike & The Mechanics member Paul Carrack eluded to the fact that Mike Rutherford was working on a new project without him. Speculation continues as to whether or not this potential studio work will evolve into a newly revamped Mike & The Mechanics or something entirely different. I suppose only time will tell. More details be posted here when confirmed.


July 2, 2009

SPV/Inside Out Records Files For Bankruptcy

According to Billboard, SPV/Inside Out Records, home of the majority of the Ray Wilson solo catalog, the last two Stiltskin albums, and some of the more recent Steve Hackett albums, has filed for bankruptcy. There is no word at this point about how this might impact the availability of these albums. If the company goes under, obviously, they will no longer be available through SPV. Among the titles that may be impacted are Wilson's Live & Acoustic, Change, The Next Best Thing, and Live; Stiltskin's She and Live; and Steve Hackett's Wild Orchids and Metamorpheus among others.  

July 2, 2009
The Music.com Announces Special Genesis Encore Series Sale!

So, you've been thinking about buying yourself some of those Encore Series titles by Genesis but the economy has held you back? Well, here is a stimulous plan we can all live with! For a limited time, The Music.com is offering a 20% discount on Genesis 2007 Encore Series titles from Europe or North America, including what remains of the special edition roadcases and standard edition box sets! Click here for the details. This promotion ends July 6th! Don't miss out!  


July 2, 2009
Ray Wilson to Release Genesis Symphonic Rock Album

Ray Wilson will be releasing a symphonic rock album of Genesis related cover tunes with the Berlin Symphony Ensemble and his current touring band in the spring of 2010. The album, entitled Genesis Klassik, features songs taken from a 10-man, 100-minute performance. Among the many songs covered by Wilson are Genesis favorites like "Land of Confusion", "Jesus He Knows Me", "Carpet Crawlers", "Ripples" and one of Phil Collins' biggest hit singles, "Another Day in Paradise." To get a taste of the project, click here to hear a few audio snippets and to get ticket information on the six concerts announced in Germany to promote this new Wilson project.  

July 2, 2009
Red 7 Project Featuring Mike Rutherford Scheduled to be Reissued This Month!

Renaissance Records in North America is reissuing the 1985 self-titled album by Red 7 featuring Mike Rutherford in July. Mike's contributions include backing vocals on "The Way" (along with Geoff Callingham and Dale Newman), playing bass and guitars on a few tracks, and producing the album. The project, recorded at Genesis' studio, The Farm, in Surrey, England,  also includes two tracks co-produced by Don Gehman known for his work with bands like REM and Hootie and The Blowfish. The liner notes even offer a nice explanation of how Mike got involved in the project. Of course, Mike and The Mechanics fans should also note that Red 7's Gene Stashuk sang lead vocals along with Paul Young and Paul Carrack on the first self-titled Mike and the Mechanics album in 1985. The pre-order information should be available shortly.
 

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