Genesis’ ‘A Trick of the Tail’ is their seventh (but the first to feature Phil Collins as lead vocalist in replacement of Peter Gabriel) studio album released on February 2, 1976 by Charisma Records.
Track Listing : 1.Dance On A Volcano (Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks, Steve Hackett, Phil Collins) – 05:53 . 2.Entangled (Steve Hackett, Tony Banks) – 06:28 . 3.Squonk (Rutherford, Tony Banks) – 06:27 . 4.Mad Man Moon (Tony Banks) – 07:35 . 5.Robbery, Assault And Battery (Tony Banks, Phil Collins) – 06:15 . 6.Ripples… (Rutherford, Tony Banks) – 08:03 . 7.A Trick Of The Tail (Tony Banks) – 04:34 . 8.Los Endos (Phil Collins, Steve Hackett, Rutherford, Tony Banks) – 05:46
Musicians : Genesis – Band . Mike Rutherford – 12-String Guitar, Bass, Bass Pedals . Tony Banks – Pianos, Synthesizers, Organ, Mellotron, 12-String Guitar, Backing Vocals . Phil Collins – Drums, Percussion, Lead & Backing Vocals . Steve Hackett – Electric Guitar, 12-String Guitars
Production : Produced By David Hentschel, Genesis . David Hentschel – Engineer . Nick Haddock Bradford – Engineer
Package : Hipgnosis – Design . Colin Elgie – Design
Recorded October–November 1975 At Trident Studios In London.
Released On February 2, 1976 By Charisma, Atco.
Someone listening to “Dance on a Volcano” for the first time might think that the CD is skipping. It has a polyrhythm that becomes very catchy after listing to it a few times. […]
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