Towards The Skies - The Gods (2) - Genesis (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Columbia - SCX 6286 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo, Repress • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Prog Rock
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Reissue. The Gods were the musical launching pad for Uriah Heep members Ken Hensley and Lee Kerslake and 'Genesis' was their first studio LP, originally issued by Columbia Records in the album's ten tracks have now been joined by four bonus cuts that feature both sides of the bands ultra rare 45's 'Baby's Rich' and 'Hey Bulldog' and come in the original Hipgnosis designed sleeve/5(8).
The band played an imaginative amalgam of psychedelia and progressivism. Tracks like "Towards The Skies" and "Time And Eternity" from their album Genesis are full of heavy ploughing Hammond organ and distorted guitar riffs and Ken Hensley's unique and rather dramatic vocals add a .
The Gods' debut album was the sound of a band capturing the transition of British psychedelia into more ostentatious progressive hard rock. Ken Hensley's heavy Hammond organ was the center of their sound, and both that and the sometimes overbearing vibrato vocals pointed toward the less psychedelic sounds he and drummer Lee Kerslake would pursue in Uriah Heep.
The Gods: Joe Konas, Lee Kerslake, John Glascock, Ken HensleyWith Lake leaving in the summer of to form King Crimson (and later Emerson, Lake & Palmer), John Glasscock returned to the lineup and the band released the album Genesis (SCX ), now an £85 collectors item, and the single "Baby's Rich" / "Somewhere In The Street" (DB
16 rows · Jul 31, · referencing Genesis, LP, Album, Mono, SX I have Sort of wanted to /5().
Oct 06, · Genesis is the debut album by the British band The Gods. The LP was recorded in and released that same year. Side one 1. "Towards The Skies" (Konas) – 2.
BRIEF SUMMARYThis is a compilation taken from The Gods first 2 albums (‘Genesis’ and ‘To Samuel a son’), plus the addition of a few singles/’B’ sides from the period – The band of Ken Hensley (keyboards), Lee Kerslake (drums), Joe Konas (lead guitar) and John Glasscock (Bass) were to go onto greater things, with the exception of their main songwriter (Konas) who became.
Genesis is the debut album by the British band The Gods who featured Ken Hensley and Lee Kerslake (later of Uriah Heep) and John Glascock (later of Jethro Tull). The LP originally was recorded and released in by EMI’s Columbia label in the UK and the cover of the original sleeve artwork which was designed by Hipgnosis. This release uses the original mono version on heavyweight.