Since Genesis formed in 1967 they evolved as the best progressive rock bands did. Great theatrical sensibilities infused their musical visions and live performances. Though my favorite Genesis album remains “Wind & Wuthering,” (Nothing beats listening to the Japanese pressing of the LP.) my favorite 1980’s Genesis song is “The Brazilian.” The melody progression paints a musical version of an Escher drawing. With Laser Show Dynamic, you’ll see what I mean… For more from Genesis go to Genesis-Music.com and iTunes. For more Laser Show Dynamic experiences, go to the Blog & Videos pages. Share with your friends with Laser Show Dynamic on Facebook.
“Genesis Ch.1 V.32” – The Alan Parsons Project – screener
Alan Parsons engineered “Abbey Road” and “Dark Side of the Moon” – so it’s no surprise his collaboration with Eric Woolfson as The Alan Parsons Project created incredible music. “I Robot” still resonates with the feel of the not-too-distant future decades after its release. Here is my favorite instrumental from it – “Genesis Ch.1 V.32” – a creation about creation. Which makes the Laser Show Dynamic take on it… a creation about a creation about creation. So… Let there be light!