[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] WHAT I'M LISTENING TO Corey Crider, starring in the Sarasota Opera's A King for a Day, opening March 2 "The Genesis albums leading up to their first masterpiece, Selling England by the Pound.
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When I was with Genesis, I'll never forget being on tour in America in 1973 when we were trying to make it there and hearing John Lennon say on WNEW New York radio that he 'loved' our album Selling England By The Pound," he says.
Until this week I hadn't heard Selling England by the Pound for 20years, but I've occasionally wondered how it would stand up after all this time.
Entertainment Editor, Gordon Barr, has the details Three decades ago Genesis redefined rock gigs in their Selling England By The Pound tour.
Next year they'll probably be back to reproduce the band's Selling England By The Pound Show which featured, among other things, Gabriel dressed as Britannia for Dancing With Moonlit Knight and ascending Christ-like into the rafters at the climax of their post-apocalyptic marathon Supper's Ready.
He says: 'When I was with Genesis, I'll never forget being on tour in America in 1973 when we were trying to make it there and hearing John Lennon say on WNEW New York radio that he 'loved' our album Selling England By The Pound.
Then there was the Selling England By The Pound tour in which the frontman, memorably dressed as Britannia, sang the title song.