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WIND AND WUTHERING

Genesis

 

Symphonic Prog

4.09 | 1341 ratings

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Menswear
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3 stars Hmm...

Half of it is great, the other half is showing what the future is going to be. And yet, the magic operates less and less and less...The core of Genesis is already defined in Wind and Wuthering: Hackett is not part of it. Despite the fact that he wrote some of his best stuff on this record, just like Harrisson in Abbey Road, it is time to say good-bye.

Genesis is always capable of writing a hit, in any generation with any line-up. Here again, songs like One for The Vine is gripping your ears and nicely lays a smile of your face. I even remember hearing Your Own Special Way at a wedding in 1983 I guess...

So you get the picture that the pace is changing, going more FM and therefore your wife is capable of going thru many songs without threatening to destroy the stereo.

Menswear | 3/5 |

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