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Genesis In The 1970s tells the story of Genesis during the band's most active and tumultuous decade, on record and on stage, together and apart.
Across the decade (which arguably represents the band’s artistic peak), Genesis released eight studio and two live albums, played a thousand concerts and launched the solo careers of four of its members. Weathering the departures of Anthony Phillips, Peter Gabriel and Steve Hackett, Genesis ended the decade as a self-contained trio of Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford: A trio that was to become one of the biggest bands in the world.
Bill Thomas was born in the mid-1960s, and after leaving the bright lights and romance of management accountancy behind him, he has carried on what he optimistically calls ‘a career’ in both music and football over the course of the last 30 years. Since he couldn’t carry a tune in a bucket and has concrete feet, that career has been limited to nothing more than writing about both disciplines, which is about as close as he is ever going get. His first book for Sonicbond was Kate Bush on track. He lives in Shropshire, UK.