The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway Illustrated

This is the beginning of a long term project by Nathaniel Barlam to illustrate the entire “The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway” album. New videos will be uploaded for free upon their completion. Please support this project by checking out Nathanian’s Patreon page: Side one We open on Manhattan in 1974, groggily awaking from its turbulent night. Rael, our reluctant protagonist, emerges from a subway into the light to see a lamb, of all things, lying down in the middle…

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School of Rock – Genesis

The video clips of these talented young musicians playing all types of music needs to be shared. We will share the Genesis songs 🙂 For over a decade, School of Rock has taught guitar, bass, drums, vocals, and keys through an innovative performance-based method. Students are put through a series of private lessons and group rehearsals and then get to show off what they learn on real rock stages to real rock audiences. Over 200 locations in the US, Brazil,…

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The Magical The Beautiful The Marillion

Marillion mean different things to different people. So I’m going to share one little happy anecdote about how this incredible band is a sound track to my life. I always skipped the song “Map of the World” on the CD when it was first released; to pop, to happy… However two years later as I was setting off on my backpacking adventure, this song was on my minidisc collection.”Map of the World” captures the story of my life at that…

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Peter Gabriel Live on Rockpalast TV (1978) is Now Complete

On 15 September 1978, Peter Gabriel was recorded live at Grugahalle, Essen in Germany for the now legendary Rockpalast TV programme. The band is kitted out with reflecting construction worker vests, builder’s gloves and shaven heads. The Band Peter Gabriel – vocals and piano Tony Levin – bass, vocals Jerry Marotta – drums, vocals Sid McGuiness – guitar, vocals Larry Fast – synthesiser Timmy Capello – keyboard, saxophone For Rockpalast: Technical Director – Ernst Höller Vision Engineers – Hans Breuer,…

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7 Occasions Peter Gabriel Sang Genesis Songs After Quitting the Band

Seven Occasions When Peter Gabriel Sang Genesis Songs In Public After Leaving the Group in 1975   As with any artist who wishes to go solo, they normally want to make a name for themselves outside of their previous band. However not wanting Genesis fans to go home completely disappointed, his show during the 1977 tour ended with “Back in New York City”. The next year he closed out the night with “The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway”. He even…

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Lego Kraftwerk

Kraftwerk Kraftwerk are a German electronic music band formed by Ralf HĂĽtter and Florian Schneider in 1969 in DĂĽsseldorf. They were among the first successful pop acts to popularize electronic music and are widely considered to be innovators and pioneers of the genre. Kraftwerk means ‘Power Station’ in German. Why Reinvent the Wheel The idea of Kraftwerk and Lego is perfect given the robotic plastic look of the band and their image. So it is with great delight that someone…

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Genesis Recycling Lyrics

The Same Lyrics That Crop Up In Different Periods of The Band There are plenty of thematic ideas connecting various eras of the band. Here we connect some lyrics that turn up in songs from different eras of the band. 1. Touchy Subject “I’ve been waiting here for so long” – The Musical Box (1972) “Well I’ve been waiting, waiting here so long” – Invisible Touch (1986) 2. A Peculiar Walk “Me, I’m just a lawnmower you can tell me…

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Peter Gabriel Visits South Park

Stan = Rael Cartman = Watcher of the Skies Kenny = Who killed Magog Kyle = Fox-head Peter Gabriel appears (singing) twice in the American adult animated sitcom South Park. 2003 Season 7 Episode 14 “Raisins” Stan tries to take control of a romantic situation by asking Bebe to talk to Wendy for him. She tells him to do the most romantic thing he can think of, and orders him to hold a boom box over his head and play…

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