Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
From Peter Gabriel to Phil Collins, progressive, pop-rock pioneers Genesis turned in some of the most critically acclaimed albums of the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Now, the definitive review of Genesis on film, record, and concert arrives with a detailed look at both the more art-rock oriented Peter Gabriel years, and the increasingly mainstream Phil Collins era. In addition to a detailed study in both incarnations of the band, an additional chamber suite featuring essential tracks from the band arranged specifically for string quartet and grand piano offers a telling testament to the band's timeless oeuvre.
band [music group], career-retrospective, progressive-rock