June 30, 2006
All This And World War II Reissued On CD For The First Time!
Finally! The classic soundtrack All This And World War II has
been reissued on compact disc! This soundtrack features artists like
Elton John, Keith Moon (of The Who), Jeff Lynn (of ELO), Bryan Ferry,
The Bee Gees, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, and Peter Gabriel just to name a
few covering songs made famous by The Beatles. To Genesis fans, this
collection is highly sought after for the rare Peter Gabriel cover of
"Strawberry Fields Forever," which makes its appearance on CD
officially for the very first time here! This 28-track, 2-CD collection
is only available from Universal/Hip-O Select for a limited time! Don't
delay in getting your copy today! As this is a limited run, it is only
available at the Hip-o Select website which can be accessed here.
There are no plans for a European reissue of this CD.
June 28, 2006
New John Mayhew Interview Available Exclusively Here at World of
John Mayhew has clearly been one of the most sought after interviews of
all of the Genesis artists. He seemingly vanished from the public eye
after his work on the landmark 1970 Progressive Rock album, Trespass.
In 2006, John has reemerged to talk to World of Genesis.com about his
Genesis days and what he has been up to for the past 36 years! Click
to read the interview! You won't want to miss it!
June 21, 2006
Brand X Catalog Being Reissued in Mini-LP CD Sleeves In Japan This
On June 28th, Virgin/EMI in Japan will be reissuing the Brand X catalog
in limited edition mini LP style CD sleeves. Among the titles slated for
reissue are: Moroccan
Roll (VJCP-68783), Product
They Hurt? (VJCP-68787), Unorthodox
Behavior (VJCP-68782) and Masques
(VJCP-68785). All of these limited edition reissues features Phil
Collins except Masques. Click on the links above to order your
copies today! I suspect that these mini LP sleeves will sell out
June 21, 2006
Ray Wilson 2-in-1 CD Package Released In Germany
|On June 23rd in
Germany, Inside Out/SPV Records released a special edition 2-in-1
double CD of Ray Wilson's first two studio albums, Change
and The Next Best Thing. This new reissue does not have any
bonus tracks, but it does have a special picture sleeve featuring
both album covers.
June 21, 2006
Cast From Tarzan To Perform and Offer Q & A In New York
The cast from Tarzan will be performing and offering up a question and
answer session on Tuesday, June 27th, at noon (EST) at the Apple
Store in Soho, New York. My source did not know if Phil Collins
would definitely be in attendance, but he suspected he would be. More
news on this if I get it prior to the event on Tuesday.
June 14, 2006
According to the official
Phil Collins site, Phil will be making the following appearances in
support of the Tarzan musical:
June 23rd at 7:00 A.M.-10:00 A.M. (EST)
- NBC's "Today" - LIVE outdoor summer concert series.
Collins will perform a song from Tarzan and two hit songs. The
concert will be out on the plaza (30 Rockefeller Plaza, between 5th and
6th Avenues at West 48th Street, (b/w 5th and 6th Ave.)
For more information: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3041478/
Friday, June 23rd at 12:00 P.M.-1:00
CBS' "The Early Show" - Outdoor Concert Series in the
Plaza (pre-tape to air on: 6/27). Collins will perform a song from Tarzan
and one hit song. The
concert will be out on the plaza (Corner of 59th and 5th Ave) you will
be able to just walk up to the plaza at 11:00 a.m. on June 23rd. For
more information: http://www.cbsnews.com/sections/earlyshow/main500202.shtml
June 23rd at 11:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
"The View" - Collins
will join Barbara Walters, Star Jones, and company for a musical
performance from Tarzan.
Tarzan ticket sales are reportly very good, but you can still buy
your tickets here and you
can also pre-order the new Broadway Cast Recording of Tarzan
(featuring a bonus track with Phil Collins!) here.
June 14, 2006
Official Peter Gabriel Site Announces New Competition
The official Peter Gabriel site
announced that there will be a forthcoming "Shock The Monkey"
remix contest on realworldremixed.com.
June 9, 2006
Vintage Colin Scot Album To Be Reissued Featuring Gabriel, Collins,
Fripp & Others!
Colin Scot's classic 1971 album is scheduled to be reissued on compact
disc for the first time on July ! The new digitally remastered album
features four previously unreleased bonus tracks and an all-star cast of
musicians including Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Robert Fripp, Rick
Wakeman, Peter Hammill, and Davey Johnstone. The CD will be released in
North America on June 27th and in the UK on June 26th. To order your
copy today click here!
June 9, 2006
Carrack To Perform With The SWR Big Band & Others
Paul Carrack will be in
Germany as a guest of SWR Big Band for five or six songs on August 11th
at the Schwetzingen Festival. August 12th, Paul will play a solo
acoustic one hour set in Liblar. In
addition to the German dates, Carrack will be playing four special
acoustic shows in Spain this summer with: Tony Mateos on drums, Carlos
"Litus" Bosch on guitar and vocals, Angel Blazquez on guitar
and vocals, Gustavo Gabetta on percussion and vocals, Roger Blavia on percussion
and vocals, and Jeremy Meek on bass. Visit the official
Paul Carrack website for more information.
June 9, 2006
Ray Wilson Provides An Update On Stiltskin; Title Track Available For
The new Stiltskin album, She, will be
available in shops on October 6th. The title track will be the first
single and will go to radio on June 19th in Germany and mid-August in
the UK. The Autumn Stiltskin tour, which starts October 12th, is still
being organized and currently includes concerts in the UK, Germany,
Poland, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, and Holland. For more information
or to download "She" visit the official
Ray Wilson site.
June 2, 2006
Tony Banks To Be Featured On "Sampledelica! The
History Of The Mellotron" Radio Special
On June 3rd, Tony Banks will be featured on the BBC
Radio 4 program "Sampedelica! The History of The Mellotron"
from 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. (UK time). According to the BBC,
the program examines the history of the instrument, investigates its
impact on the music business as the earliest sampling technology and
particularly how it was adopted by bands in the early Seventies
progressive rock era. Tony Banks, in a new interview, talks about his
love/hate relationship with the instrument, which proved notoriously
difficult to take on the road. Other interviews include Paul McCartney,
Andy Partridge and David Gregory of XTC, Ian McDonald from King Crimson,
Paul Weller, and Justin Hayward from the Moody Blues.
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