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Опубликовано: 7 авг. 2018 г. Genesis - In The Beginning (1968 us, sensational psych rock). In The Beginning comes at the end of a garage-psych tradition, but is entirely in keeping with the latter-day sound of the '60s. The album doesn't quite hold up as well as some of its more raw and aggro antecedents

Music Director – Arthur Greenslade. Producer – Jonathan King. Written-By – Genesis. Reissue of the 1969 album "From Genesis To Revelation". Includes insert with lyrics. Sleeve printed in England by Robert Stace. Laminated with "Clarifoil" made by British Celanese Limited. Matrix, Runout (Side A, stamped): ZAL-8839.

In The Beginning Tracklist. Gloomy Sunday Lyrics. About In The Beginning. In The Beginning Q&A.

From Genesis to Revelation is the debut studio album by the English rock band Genesis, released in March 1969 on Decca Records. The album originated from a collection of demos recorded in 1967 while the members of Genesis were pupils of Charterhouse in Godalming, Surrey. It caught the attention of Jonathan King who named the group, organised deals with his publishing company and Decca, and studio time at Regent Sound Studios to record a series of singles and a full album

Genesis from LA not to be confussed with the English band Genesis with Peter Gabriel & Phil Collins. Is truly one of the most criminally under the radar and under rated 60's bands from L. y recommendation is seek them out you won't be sorry. They were the reason the English band Genesis was not allowed to use the band name Genesis on their first album their record company wouldn't let them because the LA band Genesis were already using it but only put out one album. This is certain for confusion. Most of you are aware of In the Beginning as one of the million and one reissues of the first Genesis album, From Genesis to Revelation. I'm of course, referring to the British band, who at that time had Peter Gabriel, and Phil Collins was yet to be a member.

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From Genesis to Revelation is the first studio album by the British band Genesis. It was released in March 1969 on Decca Records in England (London Records in North America). It was produced by Jonathan King, who discovered them in 1967 while the members of Genesis were pupils at Charterhouse School, King's alma mater. It was reissued in various regions, including the United Kingdom (home country), as In the Beginning (first in 1974) and then part of Decca's Rock Roots repackaging series in 1976 before reverting to original title in recent reissues.

Ocean of motion Squirming around and up and down Pushing together Scattering mountains all around you That is the sound of a new born world And a light from a curious sky It has begun You're in the hands of destiny. Thrashing with violence Hurling its lava up and down Furnace of frenzy Burning with power uncontrolled That is the sound of a new born world And the light from a curious sky It has begun You're in the hands of destiny

In The Beginning is a decent enough acid rock album very clearly born from LA in the late '60s. Much more fascinating than the music on the album is the list of acts in which members of Genesis had previously performed. The album doesn't quite hold up as well as some of its more raw and aggro antecedents. Tracing the genesis of Genesis starts to feel like a stateside equivalent of trying to figure out the band genealogy of Hawkwind

It deserved a lot better than that curio status - the fact is, it's a lost psychedelic-era treasure, and an unusual one as well, coming from an . based band that generated a version of the "San Francisco sound" perfectly and naturally, maybe better than some of the originals.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Book One
A1 Angeline
Written-By – B. Metke*, J. Ttanna*
2:48
A2 Suzanne
Written-By – L. Cohen*
3:00
A3 Gloomy Sunday
Written-By – R. Seress*, S.M. Lewis*
4:05
A4 What's It All About?
Written-By – J. Ttanna*
2:45
A5 Mary, Mary
Written-By – B. Bennett
2:40
A6 Ten Second Song
Written-By – K. Henry*
2:58
Book Two
B1 Girl Who Never Was
Written-By – J. Ttanna*
4:04
B2 World Without You
Written-By – J. Ttanna*
16:08

Credits

  • Artwork [Lettering] – Mouse*
  • Bass – Fred 'Foxey' Rivera
  • Design [Album Design] – John Cabalka
  • Drums – Bob 'Crusher' Metke*
  • Lead Guitar – Kent Henry
  • Liner Notes – Michael Etchison
  • Photography By – Allan Pappe*
  • Vocals – Sue Richman
  • Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Jack Ttanna

Notes

Amps and speakers: Sunn Musical Equipment
original pressing is said to have texured cover

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SR 61175 Genesis In The Beginning ‎(LP, Album) Mercury SR 61175 Canada 1968
SR 61175 Genesis In The Beginning ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Mercury SR 61175 US 1968
PILCD6010 Genesis In The Beginning ‎(CD, Album, RE) Pilot Records PILCD6010 UK 2007
BR 137 Genesis In The Beginning ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Black Rose Records BR 137 Germany 1999
SR-61175 Genesis In The Beginning ‎(LP, Album, RP) Mercury SR-61175 US Unknown


Genesis  - In The Beginning FLAC album

Performer: Genesis

Title: In The Beginning

Country: Canada

Date of release: 1968

Style: Psychedelic Rock

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1905 mb

Size FLAC: 1340 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

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Banal
Unless you were there in Los Angeles back in the late '60s and knew every band at the time in the area or personally knew Jack Ttanna, chances are you know this Genesis because of the famous UK band. I could also see confused faces to anyone who encountered this album, given the UK band also released an album called In the Beginning, which in reality was just one in a million reissues of From Genesis to Revelation.Forget the UK band (I enjoy the UK band especially the 1970-77 era), this Genesis very much stands on its own, particularly if you love West Coast psych. The group consisted of Jack Ttanna on vocals and guitar, Kent Henry on additional guitar, Fred Rivera on bass, Bob Metke on drums and Sue Richman on vocals. This album is underrated probably due to comparisons to the other band which is unfair, comparing this Genesis with the other one is like comparing Jefferson Airplane with Yes. The album consist of covers and originals. "Gloomy Sunday" is a song originally done by Hungarian Rezso Seress and is a great moody piece with Sue Richman giving her best. Her vocal performance really blew me away here. There's a cover of Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne", which is quite recognizable. "What it's All About" had a more bluesy feel, and "Girl Who Never Was" strangely resembles that other Genesis circa From Genesis to Revelation with Jack Ttanna almost sounding like Peter Gabriel. Obviously zero connection with that Genesis. It's a great piece and the strings are much more appealing than what Arthur Greenslade (Dave Greenslade's dad) did to From Genesis to Revelation. Plus the flute adds a nice touch. Then there's "Would Without You" which is frequently compared to Quicksilver Messenger Service which you can see why. At over 16 minutes it's basically an extended guitar jam but surprisingly good. I imagine this something the band would perform live for fun. The album was quickly forgotten and we know what happened when another Genesis from across the pond appeared: they became famous. To me this is a great lost gem of psych really worth your attention.
Banal
Unless you were there in Los Angeles back in the late '60s and knew every band at the time in the area or personally knew Jack Ttanna, chances are you know this Genesis because of the famous UK band. I could also see confused faces to anyone who encountered this album, given the UK band also released an album called In the Beginning, which in reality was just one in a million reissues of From Genesis to Revelation.Forget the UK band (I enjoy the UK band especially the 1970-77 era), this Genesis very much stands on its own, particularly if you love West Coast psych. The group consisted of Jack Ttanna on vocals and guitar, Kent Henry on additional guitar, Fred Rivera on bass, Bob Metke on drums and Sue Richman on vocals. This album is underrated probably due to comparisons to the other band which is unfair, comparing this Genesis with the other one is like comparing Jefferson Airplane with Yes. The album consist of covers and originals. "Gloomy Sunday" is a song originally done by Hungarian Rezso Seress and is a great moody piece with Sue Richman giving her best. Her vocal performance really blew me away here. There's a cover of Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne", which is quite recognizable. "What it's All About" had a more bluesy feel, and "Girl Who Never Was" strangely resembles that other Genesis circa From Genesis to Revelation with Jack Ttanna almost sounding like Peter Gabriel. Obviously zero connection with that Genesis. It's a great piece and the strings are much more appealing than what Arthur Greenslade (Dave Greenslade's dad) did to From Genesis to Revelation. Plus the flute adds a nice touch. Then there's "Would Without You" which is frequently compared to Quicksilver Messenger Service which you can see why. At over 16 minutes it's basically an extended guitar jam but surprisingly good. I imagine this something the band would perform live for fun. The album was quickly forgotten and we know what happened when another Genesis from across the pond appeared: they became famous. To me this is a great lost gem of psych really worth your attention.