Genesis: Long Ago In The Rome Hills. (Highland :: HL202)
Recorded Live at Piper Club, Rome, Italy - April 18, 1972.
Very Good- Audience Recording :: Silver CD :: CBR 320 kbps & FLAC.
01. Happy The Man
03. The Fountain Of Salmacis
04. Twilight Alehouse
05. Phil's Solo
06. The Musical Box
07. The Return Of The Giant Hogweed
08. The Knife
09. Going Out To Get You
Files: 9. :: Size: 150.87 MB (mp3) / 370 MB (flac).
Total Time: 01:05:58 hour/s.
Notes: Although Genesis played their first overseas gig in Belgium and made several trips to that country in 1971 and early 1972, they scheduled their first prolonged overseas tour in the first country to truly embrace them. Twenty-three shows were scheduled in April, 1972 and such were their popularity they played in the biggest venues in their young career and many of the shows were taped from the audience for posterity. They played two shows at the Piper Club in Rome on April 18th and this (it isn’t clear if it’s the early or late show) is one of the most detailed and vivid documents in existence of the early stage show. This is a full bodied, three dimensional that captures the bass in particular very well. Earlier releases of this tape can be found on Live In Roma (Tintagel TICD 009) and Piper Club(PMPCDBL9801), which also has “Bye Bye Johnny” (aka “Can-Utility And The Coastliners”). But Highland is a slight upgrade over the older releases. Long Ago In The Rome Hills is an older Highland title but still one of their finest efforts very much worth having.<-(Info taken from collectorsmusicrreview).