Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Genesis [1982.09.29] All The Help I Can Get (Reunion Rehearsal)



Genesis
'All The Help I Can Get'
Milton Keys Reunion Rehearsal
Rehearsal for Genesis' Reunion Concert
Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
Wednesday September 29th, 1982


Soundboard Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

Sourced from the master cassette tape, this is the only known copy in circulation of this historic reunion with Peter Gabriel.

This is the band rehearsals for the “Six Of The Best” concert at the Milton Keynes Bowl on October 2, 1982. The rehearsals where held at the Hammersmith Odeon, London in the afternoon before Genesis played there in the evening. -Original

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
1.1 Back In NYC
1.2 Dancing With The Moonlit Knight
1.3 The Carpet Crawlers
1.4 Firth Of Fifth
1.5 The Musical Box
1.6 The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
1.7 Fly On A Windshield
Disc 2:
2.1 In The Cage
2.2 Supper's Ready
2.3 The Knife
2.4 Solsbury Hill (Take 1)
2.5 Solsbury Hill (Take 2)
2.6 Solsbury Hill (Take 3)

Line-up:
Peter Gabriel Vocals
Tony Banks Keyboards
Mike Rutherford Bass Guitar
Phil Collins Drums  Percussion  Vocals
Daryl Steurmer Lead Guitar
Chester Thompson Drums

Well, here it is, the recently-surfaced soundboard recording from the only rehearsal session prior to the one-off 1982 Genesis Reunion Concert at Milton Keynes, UK on 10-02-1982. For those that don't know, this was an impromptu 'one-time-only' reunion show, in which Gabriel got together with his former bandmates, presumably to help get Peter out of debt after getting the WOMAD festival established earlier that year. The performance from that memorable concert event is available on various bootlegs (as 'The Lamb Woke Up Again', 'Six of the Best', 'Live from Milton Keynes'), some available elsewhere on this forum. As many have commented, the performance from that show is a bit shaky in spots (due to lack of preparation time and rehearsal), but it remains the only time Gabriel has re-joined the band onstage to date, certainly a one-of-a-kind event. Unfortunately, all the known recordings from this show are fairly mediocre audience recordings, certainly worth having, but not the best quality. So, now here comes some higher quality tapes of the rehearsal session (9-29-82) prior to the concert. Now we have a better document of this unique time and concert experience. (more...) -Original

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