Phil Collins

Sample this concert
  1. 1I Don't Care Anymore06:21
  2. 2Thunder and Lightning04:29
  3. 3Interlude01:22
  4. 4I Cannot Believe It's True05:15
  5. 5This Must Be Love04:23
  6. 6Interlude02:19
  7. 7Thru These Walls05:29
  8. 8Interlude00:24
  9. 9I Missed Again03:40
  10. 10Behind The Lines04:15
  11. 11You Know What I Mean03:08
  12. 12The Roof Is Leaking03:33
  13. 13Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away05:51
  14. 14The West Side06:35
  15. 15If Leaving Me Is Easy07:46
  16. 16In The Air Tonight06:16
  17. 17Band Introduction06:58
  18. 18Like China05:29
  19. 19You Can't Hurry Love03:32
  20. 20It Don't Matter To Me04:19
  21. 21Hand In Hand08:12
  22. 22. . . And So To F . . .08:48
  23. 23People Get Ready03:57
Liner Notes

Phil Collins - vocals, drums; Daryl Stuermer - guitar; Chester Thompson - drums; Peter Robinson - keyboards; Mo Foster - bass; The Phoenix Horns - Don Myrick, Louis Satterfield, Rhamlee Michael Davis, Michael Harris

Phil Collins was still finding his space in the world of pop music when he embarked on his first solo tour in 1982, from which this show was recorded. There's a somewhat shaky mix of intelligent art rock influenced by his work in Genesis and Brand X, with his newfound pop sensibility exercised in the surprise mega hit solo album, Face Value.

His solo revision of "Behind The Lines" is the only actual link to his work with Genesis, but the presence other non-core Genesis band mates on this tour (Stuermer and Thompson) gives it enough of a musical feel to keep the prog music fans happy. The very funky Phoenix Horns, fresh from a tour with Earth, Wind and Fire, infuse the pop/rock arrangements with a genuine R&B element.

Collins was smart enough to wait until he'd released two very successful solo albums before going on his first solo tour. The audience, as a result, is not only familiar with these songs, but is also genuinely excited to hear them. Needless to say, there are no cat calls for Genesis to be heard.

The Fab Jacuzzi's are just that - fabulous. The musicianship in this group is exceptional, and consequently, so are energetic live versions of Collins' biggest hits - especially "In The Air Tonight," "I Missed Again" and "Like China." Other setlist highlights include Collins' cover of The Supremes classic "You Can't Hurry Love" and his tender read of The Impressions standard "People Get Ready."

All in all, an exciting chance to witness a versatile and ultimately highly influential musician - and at the exact moment in time that a sound and style were being developed that would come, eventually, to define an era.