Genesis - Duke's Travels In London
Artist: Genesis

Category: Rock

Name: Duke's Travels In London

Size: 1799 mb

Quality: flac, MP3

Genesis - Duke's Travels In London


Label: RH Productions ‎– none
Type: DVD, DVD-Video, Unofficial Release
Country:
Date of released: 2002
Category: Rock
Style: Prog Rock


Tracklist

1 Deep In The Motherlode
2 Dancing With The Moonlight Knight
3 Carpet Crawl
4 Squonk
5 One For The Vine
6 Behind The Lines
7 Duchess
8 Guide Vocal
9 Turn It On Again
10 Duke's Travels
11 Duke's End
12 Say It's Alright Joe
13 The Lady Lies
14 Ripples (Last Part)
15 In The Cage/
16 Slipperman/
17 Afterglow
18 Follow You, Follow Me
19 Dance On A Volcano
20 Drums Duet
21 Los Endos
22 I Know What I Like
Hidden Tracks
23 I Know What I Like (Last Part)
24 The Knife

Credits

  • Bass, Guitar – Mike Rutherford
  • Drums, Percussion – Chester Thompson
  • Guitar – Daryl Stuermer
  • Keyboards – Tony Banks
  • Lead Vocals, Drums, Percussion – Phil Collins

Notes

Recorded and Filmed at Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK, May 6th, 1980.
Special guests: Chester Thompson & Daryl Stuermer

RH Productions 2002

Aspect Ratio : 4:3
Total Playing Time : 2:20:34

Remarks:
On the back cover there are two photos not matching to the line-up of the show:
- Rutherford, Collins, Banks, Hackett
- Collins, Hackett, Rutherford, Gabriel, Banks
The quality similar to a VHS rip.

Track 2 is an intro only of 'Dancing With The Moonlit Knight'.
Track 6 begins with the story of Albert told by Collins
Tracks 6, 7, 8 and tracks 10, 11 are played without pause as on album 'Duke'
Track 12 begins with the story of Sidney told by Collins
Track 14 begins suddenly after a VHS tape failure and slipping
Track 14 ends with the introduction of the guests (including Roland, the drum machine) by Collins
Tracks 15, 16, 17 are a medley
Track 16 is a short part of 'The Colony Of Slippermen'
Track 20 'Drums Duet' (as shown on back cover) is not a separate track following track 19, but is included into it.
Track 22 is an encore including tunes from 'Stagnation', and ends with the leaving music
Between track 22 and 23 there's a cca. 2 minute frozen picture with no sound
Tracks 23, 24 are hidden tracks, not written on cover, and are filmed by a stage camera moving strangely (sometimes showing only the stage floor with musicians' legs).
Track 23 begins suddenly to the end section of the 'I Know What I Like' and seems to be the same as of track 22
Track 24 is an encore and abridged version of 'The Knife', and ends with the leaving music