Underrated Albums Corner – Genesis, …And Then There Were Three

The top ten reasons to listen again to
…And Then There Were Three (1978):

10. Tony Banks’ keyboard work

9. Phil Collins’ drumming

8. Mike Rutherford’s bass work

7. The TEXTURE of the production

6. The rest of the songs are much more interesting than “Follow You Follow Me”

5. The strange but fascinating premises of most of the songs

4. Phil Collins singing about an American cowboy.

3. The TEXTURE of the production

2. How astonishingly well these guys do musically, even without Steve Hackett

1. The TEXTURE of the production!

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