Category Archives: Peter Gabriel

Producer: Hugh Padgham in the 80s

Hugh Padgham was the invisible catalyst behind dozens of best-selling, multi-platinum albums and was among the most successful, and sought after, music producers in contemporary British rock and pop history. We take a stroll though his work throughout the decade … Continue reading

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Genesis Unearthed – Live Performance 1973

A pristine video has just seen light of day of Peter Gabriel-era Genesis performing live in 1973 at the Bataclan in Paris. This jaw dropping never-seen-before concert footage captures Genesis in all their live intensity, in stunning 4K quality. This … Continue reading

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More Album Cover Outtakes

Peter Gabriel – Peter Gabriel II (Scratch) (1978) Another Hipgnosis classic album cover, this was the second of four self-titled albums by Peter Gabriel after leaving Genesis. Due to the iconic nature of the image, it is often referred to … Continue reading

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Peter Gabriel – I Have the Touch

It was 40 years ago today that ex-Genesis frontman Peter Gabriel released the innovative masterpiece Melt. Brilliant prog-art-pop drenched in a chilly jaggedness. Depressed, romantic, twitchy, paranoid, and regularly unsettling. His third successive solo album since leaving Genesis after the … Continue reading

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Robert Fripp – Network

After the demise of King Crimson in 1974, Robert Fripp spent several years laying low before entering a period of high activity from 1977-1980. This collection is a brief summary of that period in his career. Network (1985) is now … Continue reading

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