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Phil Collins and King Crimson

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should Kc have carried on with that wanker phil collins

no it would have ruined my vision of fripp
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19%
sure it would have been great
11
42%
collins sucks and would have destroyed Kc for ever
9
34%
no biggie whom ever replaced bill would have been fine
1
3%
 
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby vrooom on Thu Feb 18, 2010 1:53 am

True - no-one complains about Gabriel's "So" album being a sell-out, which is more poppy, more mainstream and more MOR than ANY of the 80s Genesis records.
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby Geno on Sat Feb 20, 2010 12:43 am

jtmack wrote:PG's absence from the (R&RHOF) gig. Which is something I'd loved to have seen one song like, Supers Ready, The Musical Box, Dancing Out With a Moon lit Night, Cinema Show, etc with PG in full costune (never would have happened anyway). Then a song from the PC's lead vocal period.


I dunno. It would be fun to see Peter perform with the others and trade off songs with Phil, but I wouldn't want to see them resurrect the costumes. That should stay in the past.
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby vrooom on Sat Feb 20, 2010 1:30 am

Geno wrote:It would be fun to see Peter perform with the others and trade off songs with Phil, but I wouldn't want to see them resurrect the costumes.


If the classic group performed now and re-did the stage shows, will it mean that during "The Musical Box" Gabriel will start with a "young man" mask and then whip it off at climax for us to see this grizzled old man face? Think about it.
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby jtmack on Sat Feb 20, 2010 1:36 am

Geno wrote:
jtmack wrote:PG's absence from the (R&RHOF) gig. Which is something I'd loved to have seen one song like, Supers Ready, The Musical Box, Dancing Out With a Moon lit Night, Cinema Show, etc with PG in full costune (never would have happened anyway). Then a song from the PC's lead vocal period.


I dunno. It would be fun to see Peter perform with the others and trade off songs with Phil, but I wouldn't want to see them resurrect the costumes. That should stay in the past.


Anything would have been nice. PG doesn't have that vibe anymore. A PG-Genesis performance was more than just great music, the theatrics and costumes were the vehicle that made it something very special. Not to say the musical content wasn't outstanding on it's own merit. Have to run...
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby Gilesfan on Mon May 17, 2010 2:08 am

Would have been great. Phil Collins is a excellent drummer and musician.
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Re: Phil Collins and King Crimson

Postby Wyrdskein on Tue Aug 25, 2015 1:40 pm

I'm not too keen on Phil's solo music but I love Genesis - particularly 70s Genesis. Not sure why so many hate Phil so much.
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