Barely one year after “Planet Earth” comes “Timeless”, the brand new studio album from The Watch.
Hot off an extensive tour in 2010 which touched most of Europe and the USA and Canada, (“The Watch plays Genesis”) in which the band merged their own music with some Genesis classics for a unique result that has been defined as a must also for all Genesis fans, The Watch are back with a new studio breakthrough: borrowing themes from Genesis’s very first album “From Genesis to Revelation” and re-shaping them to create brand new songs bound to become classics. Keeping the original musical flavour that allowed the very young members of Genesis to prove their talent to the world, but adding the typical musical flair and energy people know and love from The Watch.
The result is a 10 song album, 7 original songs and 3 reinterpretations of very early ’69 – ’70 Genesis tracks. On one of these John Hackett, Genesis’s guitarst brother, joins the band with his flute and another one is a great performance of Genesis’s Stagnation, taken from the 2010 shows giving newcomers an idea of how incredible and “timeless” that music and this band can sound when performing Genesis. Don’t take our word for it! It has to be heard to be believed!
The Watch – Timeless
All music by The Watch except for: “In the wilderness”, “Let us now make love” and “Stagnation” music by Genesis
Lyrics by Antonio De Sarno except for: “In the wilderness”, “Let us now make love” and “Stagnation” lyrics by Genesis
1- The Watch
2- Thunder has Spoken
3- One day
4- In the Wilderness
5- Soaring On
6- Let us now Make Love
7- Scene of the Crime
8- End of the Road
10- Bonus: Stagnation – from the “Blue show 2010”
Freschi di un lungo tour che ha toccato nel 2010 la maggior parte di Europa e Stati Uniti e in Canada, The Watch sono tornati con un nuovo album in studio: alcuni temi sono presi in prestito dal primo album di Genesis “From Genesis to Revelation” e ri-plasmati per creare nuove canzoni destinate a diventare dei classici.
Il risultato � un album di 10 canzoni, 7 brani originali e 3 reinterpretazioni di brani dei Genesis epoca ’69 – ’70. Su una di queste John Hackett, fratello del pi� famoso chitarrista Steve Hackett, si unisce alla band con il suo flauto. La risposta italiana ai The Musical Box, ma con in pi� brani originali.