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If Genesis, according to British comedian and fan Al Murray 'were the progressive rock band who progressed', then Peter Gabriel as a solo artist would be the member that progressed the most. Who would have thought that listening to early Genesis would eventually take the listener to Senegal, Armenia, South Africa and beyond, via the artistic endeavours of their former vocalist?
Peter Gabriel On Track provides an astute analysis of PG's solo albums, live recordings and soundtrack compositions.
Graeme Scarfe was born in the 1960s, educated in the comprehensive system in the 1970s and 1980s and graduated from Bournemouth University in the 1990s. He has worked as a music journalist, sound recordist and stand-up comedian. He also regularly lectures on Film. He wrote the original screenplay for the British Horror film Lighthouse and the comedy novel Seagulls on Speed which is available from www.seagullsonspeed.co.uk. He listens to an awful lot of music and attempts to play the guitar. A member of the Writers' Guild of Great Britain, he is married with two children and lives in Sussex, UK.