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Genesis: Live In Zürich (Zurich Revisited V2). (Digital Brothers)
Recorded Live at Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland - July 02, 1977.
Excellent Soundboard / Audience Matrix :: Revisited v2 :: MP3 CBR 320 kbps & FLAC.

Disc 1
01. Squonk
02. One For The Vine
03. Robbery, Assault And Battery
04. Inside And Out
05. Firth Of Fifth
06. The Carpet Crawlers
07. In That Quiet Earth
08. Afterglow
09. I Know What I Like
10. Eleventh Earl Of Mar

Disc 2
01. Supper's Ready
02. Dance On A Volcano
03. Los Endos
04. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
05. The Musical Box
06. Bonus-Myrtle The Mermaid
07. Bonus-Your Own Special Way
08. Bonus-All In A Mouse's Night
09. Bonus-The Knife
10. Bonus-Lillywhite-Waiting Room-Gorilla

Files: 20. :: Size: 335.83 MB (mp3) | 888 MB (flac).
Total Time: 02:26:48 hour/s.

*** Wind and Wuthering tour ***

Personnel: Mike Rutherford : bass :: Steve Hackett : guitar :: Tony Banks : keyboards :: Phil Collins : vocals, drums, percussion :: Chester Thompson : drums, percussion.

Notes: This fantastic version of this show was released some years ago by Digital Brothers who made a great job merging two sources (soundboard and audience) to create an incredible sound matrix, restoring the live atmosphere that the raw soundboard was missing. The "ZŸrich Revisited" bootleg soon became noted as the best bootleg from the 1977 tour. But one could have different opinion. One reviewer wrote "I have mixed feelings about this. This audience/soundboard matrix sounds indeed closer to Seconds out than the soundboard (that's a compliment), but new problems have been introduced. The audience over the beginning of several tracks is quite annoying..."
Yes, audience noise had been added which in itself shouldn't be an issue if it were not too intrusive during Phil's introduction and even during several songs. Because of this issue "ZŸrich revisited" could not stand the comparison with an official release ! Even if the sound quality of the music itself is astonishing. The issue of audience noise is fixed in this new release (hence the version 2), making it much more enjoyable to listen to, and now really really close to an official release.

A new cover has also been designed (sorry but I find that "ZŸrich revisited" have the ugliest cover of all the 1977 Genesis boots) As a bonus you'll find other tracks that Genesis played earlier in the 1977 tour but left off the set-list by the time of the Zurich concert. Some notes about the bonus tracks :
"All in a mouse's night" is from the Gaumont theatre in Southampton. This soundboard recording suffered from the lack of bass guitar, totally inaudible (unrecorded ?). This flaw has been repaired in the version presented here (but I won't tell you how it was made possible ah ah). "The knife" from Earl's court had its intro
Link slightly cut in the original recording; this has also been repaired.
A Must Have!! Better than the rest! [meek] - Throw away all the other versions you have and get this one! [wbeens] - Wow!! what a great sound, Digital brothers has done a great job, Every genesis fan must have this Recording. [David35]..<-(Info taken from original info file).

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