Anthony Edwin Phillips (born 23 December 1951) is an English musician, songwriter, producer and singer who gained prominence as the original lead guitarist of the rock band Genesis, from 1967 to 1970. After Phillips recorded From Genesis to Revelation and Trespass with the band, he left in July 1970 and learned to play more instruments before he began a solo career.
A1 Let Us Now Make Love (Fragments) A2 Silver Song (Fragments) A3 Which Way The Wind Blows (Fragments) B1 The Meadows Of Englewood (Fragments).
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Genesis. Initially released on Decca Records in UK, "From Genesis to Revelation" has since been licensed to many smaller labels, who often issue it with different artwork and/or different titles. on London Records, 1974. Where The Sour Turns To Sweet.
After leaving Genesis, Phillips studied classical music (especially classical guitar) and made recordings in collaboration with Harry Williamson, Mike Rutherford and Phil Collins, among others. He played the keyboards on the demos for Peter Gabriel in 1976. Phillips released a mainstream pop album entitled Invisible Men in 1983. He later claimed that this project went "horribly wrong" as a result of commercial pressures, and would subsequently eschew mainstream success in favour of more specialised material. Since leaving Genesis, Phillips has remained continuously involved in a variety of musical projects, including extensive soundtrack work in England often for the label Atmosphere part the Universal Music Group. GENESIS Studio: From Genesis to Revelation (1969) Trespass (1970) Compilations: Genesis Archive 1967-75 (1998) Genesis 1970–1975 (2008).
Anthony Phillips signed over to Esoteric Records some time in 2014, As part of change of record companies Esoteric Records announced this compilation/box set titled Harvest Of The Heart.
WITH MORE THAN 30 SOLO RELEASES TO HIS name, acoustic guitar virtuoso Anthony Phillips has long transcended his status as co-founder, lead guitarist, and key songwriter for British progressive-rock pioneers Genesis. Together with Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, and Peter Gabriel, Phillips helped propel the early era of the genre forward during his tenure with the band from 1967-1970.
Peter Gabriel - Flute, Percussion, Vocals Anthony Phillips - Guitar, Vocals Tony Banks - Keyboards, Vocals Arthur Greenslade - String Arrangements Jonathan King - Producer, Liner Notes John Mayhew - Drums, Vocals Mike Rutherford - Bass, Guitar, Guitar (Bass), Vocals Chris Stewart - Drums David Porter Thomas - Vocals (bckgr) John Silver - Drums Hugh Fielder - Liner Notes Steve Hoffman - Engineer.
This debut Genesis album, which has appeared under license to various labels in addition to Decca and London in different configurations, is largely of historical interest. The group was still in its formative stages, the members barely past their 18th birthdays and still working out what they wanted to sound like. Mostly they sound like the Bee Gees trying to be the Moody Blues (picture something similar to the sound of the former group's Odessa album)
|A1||Let Us Now Make Love (Fragments)|
|A2||Silver Song (Fragments)|
|A3||Which Way The Wind Blows (Fragments)|
|B1||The Meadows Of Englewood (Fragments)|
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