And Then There Were Three [UK Bonus DVD]

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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
And Then There Were Three, more than either of its immediate predecessors, feels like the beginning of the second phase of Genesis -- in large part because the lineup had indeed dwindled down to Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, and Phil Collins, a situation alluded to in the title. But it wasn't just a whittling of the lineup; the group's aesthetic was also shifting, moving away from the fantastical, literary landscapes that marked both the early Genesis LPs and the two transitional post-Gabriel outings, as the bandmembers turned their lyrical references to contemporary concerns and slowly worked pop into the mix, as heard on the closing "Follow You Follow Me," the ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
And Then There Were Three, more than either of its immediate predecessors, feels like the beginning of the second phase of Genesis -- in large part because the lineup had indeed dwindled down to Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, and Phil Collins, a situation alluded to in the title. But it wasn't just a whittling of the lineup; the group's aesthetic was also shifting, moving away from the fantastical, literary landscapes that marked both the early Genesis LPs and the two transitional post-Gabriel outings, as the bandmembers turned their lyrical references to contemporary concerns and slowly worked pop into the mix, as heard on the closing "Follow You Follow Me," the band's first genuine pop hit. Its calm, insistent melody, layered with harmonies, is a perfect soft rock hook, although there's a glassy, almost eerie quality to the production that is also heard throughout the rest of the record. These chilly surfaces are an indication that Genesis don't quite want to abandon prog at this point, but the increasing emphasis on melody and tight song structures points the way toward the group's '80s work. [This reissue of And Then There Were Three includes a bonus DVD featuring interviews, in-concert footage, and other extras.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/27/2007
  • Label: Emd Int'l
  • UPC: 094638505020
  • Catalog Number: 385050

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Down and Out (5:27)
  2. 2 Undertow (4:47)
  3. 3 Ballad of Big (4:50)
  4. 4 Snowbound (4:31)
  5. 5 Burning Rope (7:10)
  6. 6 Deep in the Motherlode (5:15)
  7. 7 Many Too Many (3:31)
  8. 8 Scenes from a Night's Dream (3:29)
  9. 9 Say It's Alright Joe (4:21)
  10. 10 The Lady Lies (6:08)
  11. 11 Follow You Follow Me (4:03)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Down and Out
  2. 2 Undertow
  3. 3 Ballad of Big
  4. 4 Snowbound
  5. 5 Burning Rope
  6. 6 Deep in the Motherlode
  7. 7 Many Too Many
  8. 8 Scenes from a Night's Dream
  9. 9 Say It's Alright Joe
  10. 10 The Lady Lies
  11. 11 Follow You Follow Me
  12. 12 Many Too Many
  13. 13 Follow You Follow Me
  14. 14 Reissue Interviews 2007
  15. 15 Three Dates with Genesis 1978
  16. 16 Japanese Tour Programme 1978
  17. 17 Knebworth Programme 1978
  18. 18 German Festival Programme 1978
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Genesis Primary Artist
Phil Collins Drums, Vocals
Tony Banks Keyboards
Mike Rutherford Bass, Guitar, Bass Guitar
Technical Credits
Phil Collins Composer
Genesis Arranger, Producer, Audio Production
Tony Banks Composer
Tony Cousins Remastering
David Hentschel Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
Dale Newman Equipment Technician
Mike Rutherford Composer
Carol Rosenstein Producer
Ken O'Neill Video Director
Paul Flattery Producer
Geoff Banks Equipment Technician
Chris Peyton Sleeve Adaptation
Andy Mackrill Equipment Technician
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Genesis, as a trio!

    This album marks Genesis' first as a trio, which in result of this, they would eventually write songs that are number 1, like on this album "Follow You, Follow Me", and also make greater albums like for example the 1980 follow up Duke, Abacab in 1981, the self titled in 1983, Invisible Touch in 1985, and We Can't Dance which would be the last for Phil Collins until his return in 2007. As for this album, it's awesome from start to finish.

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