Genesis - And then there was three album
is the ninth studio album by the English rock band Genesis. It was released in March 1978 by Charisma Records and is their first recorded as a trio of singer/drummer Phil Collins, keyboardist Tony Banks, and bassist/guitarist Mike Rutherford following the departure of guitarist Steve Hackett. The album marked a change in the band's sound, mixing elements of their progressive rock roots with shorter material, and Collins contributing to more of the group's songwriting.
Data de aparición 1978. Labels Atlantic Records Charisma. Estilo MusicalSymphonic Prog. Miembros poseen este álbum55. 1. Down and Out. 2. Undertow. 3. Ballad of Big. 4. Snowbound.
Features Song Lyrics for Genesis's And Then There Were Three album. Genesis - And Then There Were Three Album Lyrics. Ballad Of Big Lyrics. Snowbound - 2007 - Remaster Lyrics. Burning Rope - 2007 - Remaster Lyrics.
But the seemingly indestructible Genesis silenced their critics with. And Then There Were Three. which was released in April 1978. The idea of trying to keep the songs a little more concise to get more ideas on the album was quite appealing," said keyboardist Tony Banks in the DVD interviews accompanying the album's 2007 reissue. something we'd sort of wanted to do regardless.
Released in 1978, this was the beginning of the "trio phase" of Genesis, after Steve Hackett's departure. The remaining members felt that they could carry on without him, as they were the backbone of the band. The album's lead single, "Follow You, Follow Me", became their highest charting single thus far, reaching in the UK and in the US. It was certified Platinum in 1988. The album began a bigger focus on shorter songs and a more "radio-friendly" approach. Members: Phil Collins: Lead vocals, drums, percussion.
This album gets a lot of flak from Genesis fans, and not just the Phil Collins hating faction. While A Trick of the Tail seems to get a lot of praise from all corners, Wind and Wuthering and this album both seem to be surprisingly met with either indifference or outright hatred. And Then There Were Three understandably represents to some the moment when the band really turned its back on its storied prog-rock past, as it is the first Genesis album released after Steve Hackett left (the band had already lost Peter Gabriel 2 albums back)