Tabletop Genesis Ep 03 – “Genesis”

genesis mamaGenesis’ 1983 self-titled album is also known as “Shapes” and “The Mama Album” … but “The Piano Album?” One Tabletop Genesis member makes his case, and the group gets in touch with the “other world” as they tackle everything from silver rainbows to faux-Mexican accents.

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  • June 18, 2015 at 5:57 pm

    It’s been interesting hearing your comments on this album. I grew up with 70’s Genesis and for me Wind and Wuthering was their last great album. Not a big fan of their “pop” era although there was some good tracks on later albums. Home by the Sea and Second Home by the Sea stand out head & shoulders on this album.

    Look forward to your reviews of Selling England By The Pound (their crowning glory) through to Wind and Wuthering.

  • Tabletop Genesis
    June 19, 2015 at 10:40 am

    Thanks, Pete! Our Wind & Wuthering podcast should be available in July, but we don’t have SEBTP on the recording schedule yet, I think because none of us really like it. 😉

    Ha! Yes, we’re saving some of the widely-recognized masterpieces for a little later on, so you’ll probably have to endure our Calling All Stations podcast before we get to Selling!


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