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4 stars The birth GENESIS came as a result of Peter Gabriel's and Tony Banks' friendship,who were students at the Charterhouse school in Goldaming,UK.First album ''From genesis to revelation'' from 1969 consisted mainly of light keyboard-driven pop songs.Despite facing problems with the drummer's position,GENESIS moved on to a second album 1970 entitled ''Trespass''.The album presents a dramatic change in GENESIS' sound,the turn from pop/rock to somewhat ''difficult'' high-class rock.Led by the charismatic voice of Peter Gabriel,the self-confident performance of Mike Rutherford on bass,the delicate guitars of Anthony Phillips,the dramatic keyboards of Tony Banks and featuring John Mayhew on drums,GENESIS delivered amazing musicianship based on a mix of classic rock,folk music with light classical influences...''Trespass'' meant to be a classic of progressive rock history and the starting point of a decade filled with masterful releases by this legendary UK band. I absolutely love this release,though a 5 star rating would be excessive...So 4 shining stars for ''Trespass''.
apps79 | 4/5 |


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