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5 stars 01. Eleventh Earl of Mar We've started well, tons of layers of keyboard in calling for attention in that we will. Highlight of the song is because of Phil Collins and his battery (the drummer of rock more wronged Progressive), the band is sharp! The low Rutherford is always the case with peculiar timbre, and Tony Banks, well, what about that guy? Genius! And as I commented, I start with stories, Gabriel was not the only one who knew storytelling, a pirate is separating from her son in a shocker. So those who arrive for the first land? It! Steve Hacket and its one thousand guitars. In the central part of the song begins a very beautiful and touching, almost a lullaby, with more melodies and melodies of guitars. And Phil singing beautifully. Then return to the main theme. In a final agoniante Collins really embodies the character, calling her father.

02. One For The Vine One For The Vine is special! Tells a story of a people who expect a choice, he is the main character of brat and definitely not know what to do. The song is beautiful, begins with a melody of pianos and keyboards, is accompanied by just bass and drums, the guitars of Steve seem never appear, Ledo mistake they are there, only we do not have the sense enough to understand. That chorus! Phil is topped with vocals in falsetto. In the middle of the song for the persongem to reflect, which leads us to a part of simple beauty, it always reminds me of when the younger bands need to hear the heart and not their pockets. The center is more agitated, to culminate in a single point of beauty, and low voice together. An epic of gigantic proportions, and unfortunately ignored!

03. Your Own Special Way It starts as a ballad for guitar. Very nice by the way, with a different melody and unusual. Refrain captivating and beautiful, with a very interesting arrangement. The song has a line of guitar dedilhada pretty much in the background, and then have a share of keyboards, very nice by the way.

04. Gorilla wot? Instrumental composed largely of broken and battery and keyboard (Phil Collins is a hit on that disc), Tonu Banks who came to the shows, and once again shows that Steve guitar is more than 'fry', but 'Music', Mike holds the wave very well here, giving full security to the rate of broken battery.

05. All In The Mouse's Night Man, that great! Counting Genesis story of Tom & Jerry! Yes, that Phil sings music on a cat that demand deseperadamente catch the mouse, sensational, both in letter and in music. Battery low and marking the rhythm broken, layers of keyboard, guitar sounds coming from mansinho with strangers. And a great melody to tell a story very nice. Will the cat be able to get along? Or will the poor mouse escape the bleak future that awaits? Just listening to it! Get their conclusions.

06. Blood On The Rooftops Nice start of guitar, Hackett is exceeded here, a beautiful melody for which Collins open the heart and tell us more stories. And the sharp senses hear a new perception of the world and things.

07. Unquiet Slumbers For The Sleepers ... In That Quiet Earth Dobradinha (which I do not mistake the official disc were two separate songs, but I prefer joining a single). It has an original tune and 'closed' by some sounds sparse sound (with headphones is more noticeable), keyboards and making melody in a strange start. The melody that follows me like a Hail Mary in progressive format (sin? That does not exist! They put it in your head). Why then descambar pruma quebradeira only, primary emphasis to the low genial.

08. Afterglow Enough with the last song with a melody very beautiful, with its voice in the background marking the song, sung very well Vocals (total redundancy). One of the coolest final Prum disk, a beautiful melody that seems to never go away, fade out until the start and get in the brightness of the song.

No problem. We have many records of Genesis to elect as our favorites, but for me Wind & Wuthering is undoubtedly the best!

ProgShine | 5/5 |


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