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(September 13 – 2019), Peter Gabriel will release Flotsam And Jetsam – a digital-only collection of B-sides, remixes and rarities from across his solo career. It will only be available digitally, which means a physical release is not planned. The 60 tracks, arranged chronologically, have all been previously released physically on a variety of 7”, […]

Back in the days when artists would release vinyl 45 RPM singles with an A-side and a B-side, Phil Collins would sometimes put demo versions of his hit songs on the B-side.  Now, those recordings are coming to digital for the first time. May 31 brings the release of Other Sides, a digital-only collection of B-sides released from 1981 through 2003.  […]

Melody Maker April 26, 1975 BACKSEAT DRIVERGenesis isn’t all funny masks and Peter Gabriel. Behind the effects is a group of fine musicians – and drummer Phil Collins for one is not too happy with the way they’re often overlooked, as he tells Chris Welch It is surprising, but true, that even in this enlightened […]

New version of Genesis live album Seconds Out to be half-speed mastered at Abbey Road Studios Seconds Out, the 1977 Genesis live album recorded mostly on the band’s 1977 Wind & Wuthering tour is to be reissued on vinyl in June. Although it’s been reissued several times, including a 5.1mix with the 2009 Genesis Live […]

Due to popular demand, legendary English singer Phil Collins has announced an additional North American leg for his Still Not Dead Yet tour. The singer took to social media on Thursday, 21 March 2019, to announce the additional tour dates by posting a promotional image of his tour poster along with the dates of the upcoming shows. […]

He was two-hand tapping long before it became “the thing to do,” was a member of Genesis, formed GTR with Steve Howe and has been releasing top-notch solo albums for more than 40 years. But what GW readers really wanna know is… This universally respected U.K. prog-rock guitarist was two-hand tapping long before it became […]

Michael Bonner September 10, 2015 One evening during the summer of 1998, a group of friends met for dinner in the discreet private dining room of a fashionable London restaurant. The mood was warm and convivial and, by all accounts, the meal went on late into the night. Casually dressed, all in their fifties, you […]