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We Wait and We Wonder


Inspired by the Warrington bombings of 1993, similarly to ''Long Long Way to Go'' it discusses that people can get too familiar with violent events when they are part of the daily news, but when it affects them personally, that's a different story...
We stand, hang our heads disbelieving
26/4/2022 - 14:26

Long Long Way to Go


Painful realisation that for some people war in another part of the world is just "bad news", never realizing that behind their 5 minute entertainment there is the death and suffering of other people. But sure, switch it off....
While I sit here trying to think of things to say
26/4/2022 - 13:13

A Call to Arms

Written by Phil Collins & Tony Banks

A call to arms, dal primo album dei Mike + The Mechanics uscito nel 1985, fu scritta ma non inclusa nell'album Genesis del 1983 e fu completata e sviluppata da Mike e il resto della band.
Pass the word, it's a call to arms
7/12/2020 - 18:13

Woman in Chains

Album "The Seeds of Love"
Scritta da Roland Orzabal e cantata dai Tears For Fears insieme ad Oleta Adams e con Phil Collins alla batteria.
You better love loving and you better behave
inviata da Alessandro 21/9/2009 - 08:16
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Don't You Go

dall'album Glorious Fool del 1981
al piano: Phil Collins

Interpretata anche dai New St. George nell' album "High Tea".
The army and the navy
inviata da Riccardo Venturi 23/1/2007 - 17:40
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Supper's Ready

Tony Banks/Phil Collins/Peter Gabriel/Steve Hackett/Michael Rutherford
Da/From Foxtrot

"There was one particular incident that gave me the inspiration for Supper's Ready. There was this room at the top of Jill's [his wife] parents' house. The room was the coldest part of the house. I always used to get the shivers when I went in there. It was covered in strong purple and turquoise wallpaper. Everything was bright purple and turquoise. Anyway, we had this strange evening up there which ended with Jill feeling like she'd been possessed. It was extremely frightening. I don't know how to explain it - it was as if she had had a fit, or something. I experienced a sense of evil at that point - I saw another face in her face. I don't know how much of this was going on inside my head and how much was actually happening, but it was an experience I could not forget and was the starting point... (continua)
1. Lovers' Leap
inviata da Riccardo Venturi 15/7/2006 - 01:59

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