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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
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  • Genesis
  • 1982-10-02
  • The Lamb Woke Up Again
  • National Bowl
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  • Milton Keynes
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  • England
  • FLAC
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  • unknown
  • Very Good
  • davebowman
  • 14th of April 2010
					
  • GENESIS & GABRIEL- The Lamb Woke Up Again Milton Keynes Concert Bowl,UK Saturday, October 2, 1982 Lineage: Original CD bootleg > WAV > FLAC Sound: A- Tracklist: DISC ONE: 1. Back in N.Y.C. 8:23 2. Dancing with the Moonlit Knight/Carpet Crawlers 5:50 3. Firth of Fifth 10:50 4. The Musical Box 12:02 5. Solsbury Hill 5:14 6. Turn it on Again 6:50 7. The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway 8:00 8. Fly on Windshield/Broadway Melody of 1974 4:45 9. In the Cage 8:01 DISC TWO: 1. Supper's Ready 28:37 2. I Know What I Like 11:00 3. The Knife 4:06 4. Here Comes the Flood* 4:31 5. Solsbury Hill* 5:24 6. Reach Out (I'll be There)* 4:09 7. I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)* 5:51 721 MB After a two years setting, Peter gabriel and the "Bristol Recorder" fanzine makers,organize a festival, WOMAD, at Royal Bath & West Showground, a valley near Shepton Mallet.It's an extraordianry event, in which musicians and artists from 56 countries give life for three daysto concerts, shows, meetings and other stuff. Unfortunately, because of the few media reportsand a sudden railway strike, it only makes a 20.000 audience. peter, finally involved along with otheres, is bound to pay 250.000 pounds to creditors. On September 15, 1982 Genesis played at Shepton mallet and Peter is in the audience to greet his old friends. Tony Smith,Peter's and Genesis manager, gets the idea to turn the end-of-tour (and Rutherford's birthday) party into a reunion concert, placing the takings at WOMAD's disposal. The rumour runs quickly, groups's London office is overflowed by phone calls and in the first day of bookings they sell 34.000 tickets. In the afternoon of september 30, at London's hammersmith Odeon, Peter and the group make the rehearsals of the old tracks and choose the songs to play. About the reunion: Mike Rutherford: This is a reunion with Peter Gabriel for a reason to raise money for WOMAD which means that it's an excuse for us to play all our old songs again. I don't think I'd want to go out and play most of the old songs if it wasn't for a one-off evening which should just be a lot of fun for everyone. That's why its important that it's just one show and not a series. It will have highs and lows but the best bits should be exhilarating. I don't think any of us realized how much work this was going to be. It can take a surprising amount of time to learn a song you haven't played for ten years when I played a tape a 'Musical Box' the other day there were about four minutes in the middle that I'd completely forgotten! We've been learning the old songs on the bus between gigs on our British tour because we haven't got much time to rehearse them. They sound fine but I can't compare them to what we do now because iYs another era. Genesis and Pete have gone in very different directions since we parted but that's irrelevant for an event like this. I'm just looking forward to seeing Pete back on stage with us and having Phil back on drums again for one show, just to remember what it used to be like. Fingers crossed for fine weather this is the first winter festival! Peter gabriel: I'm sure that, as with anyone reliving their youth, I'm going to feel a lot of nostalgia about the gig although in terms of career moves it's probably not a very good idea for them or for me. But financially it's going to be very useful for the WOMAD Festival and I'm certainly going to enjoy it. I'm still sure that the World Of Music, Arts and Dance Festival will continue. The proof of just how successful it was for me was that an audience that likes rock and roll will listen to a troupe like Tian Jin from China which is really foreign to them. Normally those groups are kept in a fairly academic environment but we were able-to give them the space and opportunity. And although most people who haven't seen the Drummers Of Burundi are still a bd cynical about them because of all the hipness Adam And The Ants and Bow Wow Wow everyone I know who saw them was completely blown away. They ended up on my front lawn doing a performance for television and they could really turn it on for the cameras except that with Western performers you know it's a performance but this had a spontaneity and vitality that you never normally see. With the concert we shall be able to pay off some of our dates and hopefully learn from our mistakes. WOMAD would be a great event to hold in Hyde Park for free if we could get someone to sponsor it and Ken Livingstone to arrange it, for example ArtworK: I'll post it in two or three days. ENJOY THIS HISTORICAL SHOW !