Which Stack of CDs?

I got this idea from fellow blogger Larry Graves, who regularly gives his YouTube followers a choice between two stacks of CDs. So, I thought, what they hey, I’ll try it too. I will list the contents of each stack of CDs, with a comparable quality of CDs. The idea is to make the choice … More Which Stack of CDs?

Genesis: Duke (1980)

My intent is not to review every Genesis album; this one was not even on my radar.  Funny how your material picks itself. Duke was the beginning of their “pop” phase, although the strands of progressive-rock were prevalent in their music. Gone were the epic suites of long songs. Mostly. Duke was important for several … More Genesis: Duke (1980)

And Then There Were Three: Genesis (1978)

The title refers to the group as now a trio, after the departure of guitarist Steve Hackett. This happened to be their highest charting album on the American charts, and serves as the dividing line between their progressive-rock origins and the more commercial pop-rock incarnation. And Then There Were Three is a quirky album, it … More And Then There Were Three: Genesis (1978)

Genesis (1983)

The band’s twelfth studio album was perhaps their best of their post-prog period. Simply titled, Genesis, it was a supercharged delight.  Did it outsell all other Genesis albums? No. Did it score higher on the charts than any other of their albums? No.  Did it have more singles than other Genesis albums? No. So, what … More Genesis (1983)