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Dancing With The Moonlit Knight - Genesis - Selling England By The Pound (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Tashicage says:
    Steve: My favorite Genesis track from my favorite Genesis album. For me, it reigns supreme of all Genesis songs because it goes through so many different styles. “Dancing with the Moonlit Knight”, Selling England by the Pound had a Labour Party slogan as its title and was partly about increasing commercialization and the sense that.
  2. Daimuro says:
    Most bands would have jumped at that chance. I Genesis Selling England By The Pound a feeling we were in America at the time. Although at the time there was an enormous prejudice. You were either an album band or you played Top of the Pops, and it you did that, you sold out. That was how it seemed.
  3. Ninos says:
    referencing Selling England By The Pound, LP, Album, , Funny thing, the grooves of the record are so tight that if it has the slightest dirt the stylus slides out of place. I would recommend avoiding this pressing especially if you are not certain that the vinyl is mint.
  4. Maurn says:
    Shop Selling England By the Pound Records at The Sound of Vinyl Now. Free U.S. Shipping on Orders over $ Exclusive Music, Collectibles, Gifts and More.
  5. Mazilkree says:
    Shop Selling England By The Pound [VINYL]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Just listen to the rhythm section of Mike Rutherford & Phil Collins on Dancing with the Moonlit Knight, really driving and emphasising accents. And "Selling England by the Pound' is rather an important album. Genesis had been essaying an /5().
  6. Akigal says:
    Mar 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Selling England By The Pound on Discogs/5().
  7. Kigarisar says:
    Recorded and released in , Selling England By the Pound is in my opinion Genesis's best album. It is certainly my favorite. It is a lament for a lost England that was becoming increasingly commercialized. Peter Gabriel and Steve Hackett were still in the band. All the songs were co-written by the group. The musicians were still relatively /5().
  8. Murn says:
    UK repress from the period Includes a thick brown card insert. Similar to Selling England By The Pound which has made and printed in Zaandam/Holland on rear of sleeve. Difference is that THIS release was printed and made by E.J Day Group, London .

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