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Font Size Font Size. Genesis 1. New International Version. Genesis 2. Previous Next. Footnotes Genesis Or land ; also in verse 6 Genesis Or mist Genesis The Hebrew for man adam sounds like and may be related to the Hebrew for ground adamah ; it is also the name Adam see verse After an unsuccessful search for a replacement, Collins took over as lead singer, while Genesis gained popularity in the UK and the US.
Genesis' next album And Then There Were Three They reached a peak of popularity with Invisible Touch , which featured five US top five singles, and its title track reached number one there.
The next album, We Can't Dance , was also successful and had two highest-charting singles " No Son of Mine " and " I Can't Dance ", and it was the last album to feature Collins, who left Genesis in to focus on his solo career.
Although various members of Genesis participated in interviews for the BBC documentary Genesis: Together and Apart , there was no further band activity for thirteen years, apart from various back catalogue reissues.
In , Collins, Banks and Rutherford announced they would reform for another tour , due to start in April Genesis have sold Their discography includes fifteen studio and six live albums, six of which topped the UK chart.
They have won numerous awards and nominations , including a Grammy Award for Best Concept Music Video with " Land of Confusion ", and inspired a number of tribute bands recreating Genesis shows from various stages of the band's career.
In January , after both groups had split, Phillips and Rutherford continued to write together and proceeded to make a demo tape at a friend's home-made studio, inviting Banks, Gabriel, and Stewart to record with them in the process.
From August to December ,  the five recorded a selection of potential singles at Regent Sound Studios on Denmark Street , London, where they attempted longer and more complex compositions, but King advised them to stick to more straightforward pop.
King felt the group would achieve greater success with an album. Phillips was particularly upset about Greenslade's additions.
He reached a compromise by removing their name from the album cover, resulting in a minimalist design with the album title printed on a plain black background.
In , it peaked the US chart at No. After the album was recorded, the band went their separate ways for a year; Gabriel and Phillips stayed at Charterhouse to finish exams, Banks enrolled at Sussex University , and Rutherford studied at Farnborough College of Technology.
Phillips and Rutherford decided to make music a full-time career as they were starting to write more complex music than their earlier songs with King.
The tape was rejected by each record label that heard it. His replacement, drummer and carpenter John Mayhew , was found when Mayhew looked for work and left his phone number "with people all over London"   .
In late , Genesis retreated to a cottage that Macphail's parents owned in Wotton , Surrey to write, rehearse, and develop their stage performance.
It was a long shot, because they needed time to find their strength Genesis stayed at Wotton until April ,  by which time they had enough new material for a second album.
He had completed the cover before the band decided to include "The Knife" on the album. Feeling the cover no longer reflected the album's overall mood, the band persuaded Whitehead to slash a knife across the canvas and have the result photographed.
After Trespass was recorded, ill health and developing stage fright caused Phillips to leave Genesis.
His last show with the band took place in Haywards Heath on 18 July They regarded his exit as the band's greatest threat and the most difficult to overcome.
Gabriel and Rutherford decided they would continue; Banks agreed on the condition that they find a new drummer that was of equal stature to the rest of the group.
Mayhew was therefore fired, though Phillips later thought Mayhew's working-class background clashed with the rest of the band, which affected his confidence.
The search for a new guitarist and drummer began with advertisements placed in copies of Melody Maker. He recalled, "My only knowledge of Genesis was through seeing the ads for their gigs.
It seemed like they were constantly working. I thought 'At least I'm going to be working if I get the gig'. As they arrived early, Collins took a swim in the pool and heard what the other drummers were playing.
Banks said, "It was a combination of things. He could make it swing a little bit And he could sing, which was an advantage because Mike and I were not very good at back-up vocals".
Caryl's audition was unsuccessful; Rutherford thought he was not the player the group were looking for. After a short holiday, Genesis began to write and rehearse as a four-piece band in Farnham , Surrey.
The now empty guitar sections in their songs allowed Banks and Rutherford to expand their sound and play what Gabriel described as "interesting chords".
The band's sound evolved with Hackett's more aggressive electric guitar work and Banks adding a Mellotron previously owned by King Crimson to his set of keyboards.
The band developed the piece further including the addition of new guitar parts from Hackett. Whitehead depicted scenes and characters from the lyrics to "The Musical Box" and a Victorian manor house based on Gabriel's parents' home on the album's cover.
Nursery Cryme was released in November and reached No. After two replacement engineers were tried out, the band settled on John Burns and a new producer, Dave Hitchcock.
The album features the minute track " Supper's Ready ", a suite of various musical segments. It fared even better in Italy, where it went to No.
Chris Welch of Melody Maker thought Foxtrot was "a milestone in the group's career", "an important point of development in British group music", and that Genesis had reached "a creative peak".
Gabriel surprised the other members of the band at the National Stadium in Dublin on 28 September by wearing a costume on stage, following a suggestion by Charisma booking agent Paul Conroy.
He went off stage during an instrumental section in "The Musical Box" and reappeared in his wife's red dress and a fox's head.
Selling England by the Pound was released in October to a positive critical reception, though slightly more muted than Foxtrot.
Their six shows in three days at The Roxy in Los Angeles were well received by audiences and critics.
Its success led to an offer for Genesis to appear on BBC's national show Top of the Pops ; they declined as the group thought it would not suit their image.
The album was written at Headley Grange in East Hampshire where, upon their arrival, the building was in a state left by the previous band with excrement on the floor and rat infestations.
His absence from a considerable amount of writing sessions due to difficulties with his wife's first birth was something Rutherford and Banks "were horribly unsupportive" of.
Further work and mixing took place at Island where Brian Eno contributed synthesizers and effects that the album's sleeve credits as "Enossification".
When Gabriel asked Eno how the band could repay him, Eno said he needed a drummer for his track " Mother Whale Eyeless ".
Collins said, "I got sent upstairs as payment". During their stay in Cleveland during the tour, Gabriel told the band he would leave at its conclusion.
He was being portrayed as if he was 'the man' and it really wasn't like that. It was a very difficult thing to accommodate.
So it was actually a bit of a relief. Following the Lamb tour, Hackett recorded his first solo album Voyage of the Acolyte as he felt unsure that Genesis would survive following Gabriel's departure.
As a replacement singer had not been found, the band decided to record the album without vocals and audition singers as they went. They placed an anonymous advertisement in Melody Maker for "a singer for a Genesis-type group" which received around replies.
Collins proceeded to teach selected applicants the songs; Witches Brew frontman and flautist Mick Strickland  was invited into the studio to sing, but the backing tracks were in a key outside of his natural range and the band decided not to work with him.
His performance was well received by the band, and they decided that he should be their new lead vocalist. Collins then sang on the remaining tracks.
A Trick of the Tail was released in February and was a commercial and critical success for the band.
The album reached No. Collins adopted a more humorous rapport with the audience, unlike Gabriel's theatrical approach, which was successful.
The shows in Glasgow and Stafford were filmed for their concert film Genesis: In Concert , released in cinemas in February as a double bill with White Rock.
Rutherford spoke of the band's conscious effort to distance themselves from songs inspired by fantasy, something that their past albums "were full of".
Collins spoke of the situation, "We just wanted to use what we agreed was the strongest material, irrespective of who wrote it". Prior to the tour Bruford declined an offer to return as second drummer, leaving Collins searching for a replacement.
Collins said, "It floored me completely I had never met him. I rang him up and said, 'Hi Chester, I've heard your stuff, would you like to play with Genesis?
He didn't even audition! An armed bodyguard accompanied each member throughout their stay. It peaked at No.
It was the final Genesis release before Hackett left the group. He had been writing more material on his own and found it increasingly difficult to contribute more of his ideas within a group context.
He wished to embark on a solo career and "take the risk in order to find out just how good I was on my own". The album is a collection of shorter songs in order to put across more musical ideas.
Collins recalled it was the only song on the album written from scratch during rehearsals. It received some mixed reviews from critics at the time owing to the album only containing short songs, which excited new fans but disillusioned those who had been used to the band's previous work.
In the search for a new touring guitarist, Rutherford tried out Pat Thrall and Elliot Randall ,  followed by Alphonso Johnson of Weather Report, but he was primarily a bassist and could not play Hackett's lead guitar parts comfortably.
In December , Genesis began a period of inactivity as Collins's marriage was at risk of collapse after touring had made him frequently absent from his wife and children.
Rutherford said that the band had gone as far as they could with their progressive and art rock direction that they had adopted since the early s and wanted to write and record in a more relaxed approach as previously, the band were more driven to present what they had to offer.
Collins said: "You play a chord and a half of it's going at half the speed and part at twice the speed, sounds beautiful".
His laugh was influenced by the song " The Message " by rap band Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five , which features a similar sound. Padgham had brought the single to the band and upon hearing it, Collins did the laugh during the subsequent improvisation session for "Mama", which the band liked and wished to use in the song.
When it came to picking a song as the album's lead single, Rutherford expected Genesis manager Tony Smith and record label staff to pick another track than "Mama", but said "full marks to them, they agreed we should go with something that was a bit different".
Each member cited The Beatles as an influence for the song; Collins said his drumming was in tribute to the style of their drummer, Ringo Starr , one of his drumming influences.
Collins had repeated the phrase "home by the sea" while putting down dummy vocals at a time when Banks was writing lyrical ideas, and used the phrase to conjure up the story.
With the guide parts laid out, the band then had a format as to its mood and how the song would take shape and developed it into a complete track.
When the three were happy with what came out from it, they re-recorded the song individually onto tape with Collins replacing the Linn drum tracks with his own.
The parts that were liked best were kept and organised into a cohesive arrangement, with the group proceeding to re-learn exactly what they had put down.
The chosen style was "that basic rock-and-roll part-two and four on the snare, one and three on the bass. That's what made the tune work". He then played four notes simultaneously using the same sample that unexpectedly created a sound of interweaving harmonies, which he kept and used.
In December , the album reached Platinum certification and, in October reached double Platinum, the latter for selling , copies.
Four singles from the album were released between August and June A inch single was released with longer versions of "Mama" and "It's Gonna Get Better", the edit for the latter containing an extra verse and chorus.
Genesis filmed promotional music videos for "Mama" and "Illegal Alien", both of which were filmed back to back on the same film set.
In his feature article on the band and the album in a September edition of Sounds , writer Bill Black described Genesis as "an at times frustrating cocktail of the sassy songwriting" that Collins' solo albums apparently brought into the band's songs, "spiced with tantalizing reminders" of the band's more progressive and art rock past.
He was critical of "It's Gonna Get Better", summarising it as "pure formula" and compared its backtracked keyboard sound to "cosmic Elgar ", but rated "Mama" as "savage as you're likely to get with post Gabriel Genesis" and a notable departure from their earlier songs.
He criticised the album for lacking coherency, but found that a majority of the tracks are outstanding, "balancing such sleek, pulsating pop tunes as 'That's All' with a newfound touch for aching ballads.
Mike Rutherford referred to this album as one of his favourite Genesis albums. All songs written by Genesis.