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R. Murray
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
From a period I call Camelot
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2021
This is another masterpiece of the old Genesis that can never be equaled or reunited. It''s from a time that was all too short and will never come again. Please preserve this for those that come after us; for they will NOT believe that we old folks created this. Without... See more
This is another masterpiece of the old Genesis that can never be equaled or reunited. It''s from a time that was all too short and will never come again. Please preserve this for those that come after us; for they will NOT believe that we old folks created this. Without historical context they will surely think this is a gift of some unknown god just for them and they will mistakenly worship it. I will forever love the whole band for filling my life with this wonder. But I will despise Phil for being the Yoko Ono of the real Genesis and continuing to dilute the once-great name with his watered down commercial drivel.
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Lorenzo H.
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Soft Progressive Rock
Reviewed in the United States on August 9, 2021
Unlike the previous album, this one by Phil Collins contains more element of pop. But I think the most prominent feature is the amount of soft and love ballads in the album. I''m not saying this is a bad thing, but if your expecting hard or complex progressive rock, this... See more
Unlike the previous album, this one by Phil Collins contains more element of pop. But I think the most prominent feature is the amount of soft and love ballads in the album. I''m not saying this is a bad thing, but if your expecting hard or complex progressive rock, this isn''t for you. But this shouldn''t be a deal breaker. The album itself has beautiful guitar moments and the synth/mellotron textures are very great. My favorite tracks are the remaining three which are linked together and are a instrumental prog suite that ends with a very wonderful love song at the end. I reccomend this to anyone who like softer prog or enjoys Phil Collins
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MusicLover
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A good starting point for new Genesis fans..............
Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2014
I first heard this record back in Jr.High School.Didn''t know who what Peter Gabriel was and why everyone was going on about not as good as Gabriel and on and on.I liked it then and like it now.I find it a good bridge as was Trick of the Tail from waht Genesis was to who... See more
I first heard this record back in Jr.High School.Didn''t know who what Peter Gabriel was and why everyone was going on about not as good as Gabriel and on and on.I liked it then and like it now.I find it a good bridge as was Trick of the Tail from waht Genesis was to who they became.One of my favorites number is All in a Mouse''s Night I have always found the fade out of this song to be one my favorite bits on any recording I have every heard.The Eleventh Earl of Mar which open the cd is a great number with the classic Genesis drama of it day.Blood on the Rooftops a great number by Hackett and Collins has wonder rhymes and shows one how TV a working musican actually watches.This would be Hacketts last Lp with Genesis and a great loss.Hackett is one my Favorite Guitarist doesn''t overplay bits in songs and plays as Gabriel says very colourfully.A very good album for someone who may never had Genesis before and a great way before go to listen to gems such as Foxtrot''s Supper''s Ready.And before they morphed into that 80''s hit machine.
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x_bruce
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A wonderful way to say goodbye
Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2006
If for any other reason I apprecciate and think of Wind & Wuthering as one of the finer Genesis albums made. To me Genesis stopped being a serious progressive band, although not the anti-christ of bands so many ex-fans look at their future releases. Steve... See more
If for any other reason I apprecciate and think of Wind & Wuthering as one of the finer Genesis albums made. To me Genesis stopped being a serious progressive band, although not the anti-christ of bands so many ex-fans look at their future releases.

Steve Hackett, who would depart after Wind & Wuthering has more than several shining moments on his swan song with Genesis. The instrumental songs started a trend that would continue on later albums, essentially recaps of the album similar to Los Endos from "A Trick of a Tail" this albums review of songs not only builds but brings on a startling crecendo that leads into yet another instrumental, the pair of songs Unquiet Slumbers For The Sleepers... followed by ...In That Quiet Earth are in some ways the most remarkable parts of Wind & Wuthering. When I first heard this as a young man I spent days trying to figure out what was synth and what was guitar. Back in the day that was a monumental complement as guitars had almost no processing or interesting and stageworthy devices that distinguished it. Back in the day you created unique sounds by changing you playing technique and in general, Steve Hackett was second, perhaps to Robert Fripp (King Crimson, et. al.) at developing unique tones and ideas previously not heard on guitar, and more important, sounds and techniques used today in all types of music and nearly cherished within the progressive rock community.

The absolute tastefullness and superb musicianship of this album is enough reason to purchase it. While I miss Peter Gabriel''s input, which was fairly obvious lyrically and in terms of the seasoning brought to the rest of Genesis were missed but if you listen to this gem of an album you''ll realize just how capable they were and especially how much Steve Hackett brought to the band, as they never again wrote a album near to the compositional and capable sound.

It didn''t hurt that many of Post-Gabriel concert classics came from this and A Trick of the Tail.

One of Genesis'' best tracks, Eleventh Earl Of Mar, followed by another near equal, and many year favorite on the Genesis concert tours, One For The Vine were structured in classical terms and live up to the genre title given bands like Genesis and Yes as "symphonic."

A glimpse of the future lies in the gentle, but not sugary Your Own Special Way and the album closer, Afterglow, again, mainstay concert tracks through the years until the Invisible Touch album, where I parted interest with the band. But here you can listen to the crossroads album, a last gasp of the quality lyrics, grand song schemes and furious playing that somehow always sounded effortless, even more a reason to admire Wind & Wuthering. It is one of the best recorded albums of the Progressive Era Genesis with long-form songs and serious chops.

Other interesting aspects of this album are tracks like All in a Mouse''s Night and Blood on the Rooftops. Two songs couldn''t be further from the type as these and yet they are supurb examples of what good musical chops and quality compositional skills get you. All in a Mouse''s Night is a wryly funny song with a nice O''Henry like twist in it''s tale. It is played with seriousness and treated like a fine quality work, something that grew less and less important, or seemingly to me, as Genesis treked on towards their deserved if somewhat ironic fame as pop heros. On this song though it is given the overall quality treatment that every song is given, and as a result it is a beautiful gem that has humor but isn''t moronic, nor made for dullards. I realize this might sound like elietist poop but one of the nicest things about Wind & Wuthering was Genesis showing that while Peter Gabriel is a master in his own sense they weren''t exactly his backup band. And I cherish this album because this is the last time Genesis was able to bring it upon themselves to make an album of such quality.

Not forgetting Blood on the Rooftops, now a favorite at Steve Hackett concerts, we see a more mature and sombre Phil Collins singing about the religious and modern issues that plague us to this day and have been since the Crusades. While a five and a half minute song isn''t going to cover nearly anything enough about the subject matter it does a fine idea of givng an idea of the near hopelessness of it''s subject. It''s also the last serious nylon string guitar based song and very much Steve Hackett''s goodbye as things turned out.

The other reason to spend so much time on a nearly 30 year old album is how easily it could fit into today''s progressive rock world. In fact, if something like this were to be available it would be nothing short of revolutionary. Prog rockers being the creatures that they are know this already, but maybe some of the fans looking for what Genesis sounded like in the really old days will want to chose an album to start and this or "Selling England By The Pound" are the places to start, keeping in mind I doubt there is a single finer album made by Genesis than Selling England... But, should Peter Gabriel scare off some fans (god knows why, but assuming so) your next best shot at hearing Genesis at it''s finest is Wind & Wuthering.

It is an exceptional album and the marking of the end of their hardcore progressive rock days. There would be glimpses of their capabilities until they ended their career and for me every album up to Invisible Touch and even after that particular album had proof of what an incredible assemblege of artists Genesis were.

Keyboardist Tony Banks and bassist/guitarist Mike Rutherford were more than Phil Collins backup band thru their next period of music making that was to follow Wind & Wuthering. Lest people think I''m bashing poor Phil, I still think he''s one of the most inventive, incredible drummers around, including fellow old-timer Bill Bruford (seeing them live together was an incredible experience) not to mention modern guys like Mike Portnoy and the latest group of musicians that are technically brilliant if somewhat less enthusiastic and creative at their instruments. Consider that Phil Collins was one of the more avid drum machine programmers, well before Techno, and always working with interesting percussive instruments. For those interested see the first few "Brand X" albums; well worth searching for, especially if you enjoy Jazz.

Buy Wind & Wuthering if you haven''t yet run across it. It is an example of what was right about progressive rock. No ten minute solos, tight ensemble playing with nary a note unnecessary and every part of the performance essential rather than a chance to highlight a band member. The other thing to remember was that this iteration of Genesis wrote most of their material as a band. In interviews band members spoke of having to bring their best material. They did, and it shows. This is an essential album for anyone remotely interested in Genesis and Symphonic Progressive Rock.
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Dave Edmiston
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Still a Classic
Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2012
I''m not really a huge Genesis fan, but this album is amazing. I fell in love with this album in college back in the 80s and then lost it when the ''94 Northridge earthquake destroyed all of my vinyl (water damage). I don''t know what made me think of this album again and... See more
I''m not really a huge Genesis fan, but this album is amazing. I fell in love with this album in college back in the 80s and then lost it when the ''94 Northridge earthquake destroyed all of my vinyl (water damage). I don''t know what made me think of this album again and buy it as an Amazon download, but it''s still a classic.

The tunes are good and the lyrics all tell stories in a very Lord of the Rings kind of way, with stories of underdogs in battle.

There''s one track that stands out as a "single" and seems somewhat misplaced as more of a pop tune, but it''s probably the most well known track as one of Genesis''s few "love songs".

Most of the tracks are long enough that they seem to segue from one to the next, which makes a nice long uninterrupted mood, but if you pay attention you can still tell where Side 1 ends and Side 2 begins.

This is a great album for cold nights when you don''t want to turn on the TV.
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B. Bernardini
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another must to buy,but..................
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2007
I cant say enough about the sound of the enhanced Cd. Dont worry about an SACD player,this will "kick" on your own system! The only part I did not like was the DVD footage, the interviews were quite good,but the "US television bootleg" and the the Japanese... See more
I cant say enough about the sound of the enhanced Cd. Dont worry about

an SACD player,this will "kick" on your own system! The only part I did not like was the DVD footage, the interviews were quite good,but the "US television bootleg" and the the Japanese television bootleg" were terrible!

The TV boot,came from the Mike Douglas Show. You can hardly make out their

faces,poor quality of sound. The Japanese footage was full of shadows!

In the interview section,Steve Hackett(of course leaves after this one)

talks about feeling intimidated with the other members on their writting

capabilities. Banks gives you the impression that he is "the boss" on this musical journey! Rutherford does compliment Hackett on the great job on "Blood on the Rooftops". Hackett states he did almost everything except play the drums on that one. I am really excited for this musical

venue to come out. Again, dont worry about the SACD player ,you WILL HEAR THE DIFFERENCE! Remember,its the sound we are after,the DVD is just an added feature.
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Stephen Grover
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Poorly done liner notes
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2020
The album on its own is great. I ordered this to replace an old worn out copy. My one complaint is that there were numerous typos in the liner notes, glaringly bad typos. I don''t think anyone bothered to proofread before sending them to print. "The Famous Charisma Label"... See more
The album on its own is great. I ordered this to replace an old worn out copy. My one complaint is that there were numerous typos in the liner notes, glaringly bad typos. I don''t think anyone bothered to proofread before sending them to print. "The Famous Charisma Label" needs to pay more attention to details. But the album itself was in perfect shape and sounded great.
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Stuart
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Simply the best Genesis studio album
Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2005
From a muscial, as well as a vocal, standpoint, this is the finest Genesis album. The lush, intensely performed progressive rock on this album will captivate and please you as no other Genesis record can. There is no bad song on this album, and its music will truly... See more
From a muscial, as well as a vocal, standpoint, this is the finest Genesis album. The lush, intensely performed progressive rock on this album will captivate and please you as no other Genesis record can. There is no bad song on this album, and its music will truly satisfy ones soul. Purists insist that Peter Gabriel is the true Genesis voice, but there is no Gabriel-fronted album that is as deep-reaching as "Wind and Wuthering." Close runners-up to this masterpiece would be the amazing "Seconds Out" LP, which successfully conveys the power and intensity of a live progressive-era Genesis performance, and the excellent "A Trick of the Tail." For my ears, though, "Wind and Wuthering" represents musical perfection; this is to Genesis what "Brain Salad Surgery," "Close to the Edge," and "Abbey Road" are to ELP, Yes, and the Beatles. Even without Gabriel! The one sad note about this album is it was the last true progessive peak for Genesis; once Steve Hacket departed Genesis after this LP, the group seemed to slowly lose their way musically, and while they gained enormous commercial appeal, it was at the expense of doing away with their progressive sound. Enjoy this CD- it was written and performed from the heart!
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Philip L.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Genesis finest
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 25, 2018
One of the finest albums Genesis ever made.Certainly the best quality set post Gabriel.A truly classic album I never tire of listening to.This is high quality musicianship from all concerned.This really could and should have been released as a double album because there is...See more
One of the finest albums Genesis ever made.Certainly the best quality set post Gabriel.A truly classic album I never tire of listening to.This is high quality musicianship from all concerned.This really could and should have been released as a double album because there is plenty of material written at the same time that was either released in other forms or not at all.This was Steve Hackett`s swansong for Genesis.The band was never the same again after his departure.This demonstrates how good Genesis were. This is a timeless great album in every way.
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Steve Topham
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Patchy in terms of songs and production quality
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 26, 2021
There are some good songs on this album such as One for the Vine and Blood on the Rooftops. However, there are some shockers such as All in a Mouse’s Night and Wot Gorilla which can only be described as fillers. The best of it harks back to the prog era and, I think the...See more
There are some good songs on this album such as One for the Vine and Blood on the Rooftops. However, there are some shockers such as All in a Mouse’s Night and Wot Gorilla which can only be described as fillers. The best of it harks back to the prog era and, I think the influence of Steve Hackett. The album is moving towards the ‘Dad Rock’ of the later big stadium stagnant ballads. I was very disappointed with the quality of the record for the money. It jumps a lot on certain tracks. Overall, an interesting transitional album but unfortunately we now know where all of this was heading!!!
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Mark
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Should have had more appreciation
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 16, 2020
I was a late to the party Genesis fan. Jumping on board at Duke. I have always been reluctant to go down the back catalogues of groups I have join later in their careers as I have not really liked as groups previous output. Whether it is a change in direction or person...See more
I was a late to the party Genesis fan. Jumping on board at Duke. I have always been reluctant to go down the back catalogues of groups I have join later in their careers as I have not really liked as groups previous output. Whether it is a change in direction or person change that has made the music sound different. But with the potential of Genesis going back on the road, I wanted to try some of the older records. I had bought the there were three years ago after loving Duke and it did not work for me (even now) so I was in two minds about buying the CD. Luckily I did, it is a great album. The songs are on the longer side compared to the later material, that is not a to criticism just a description, they are fine songs. It is a shame Steve H left the band as you can certainly hear his influence on the guitar front. That not to say it is his album as all, the other members of the group all put in great performances all equal to each other and they work well as a unit. So I was presently proved wrong about going back in time with a group. Well worth getting if you like the later Genesis albums. The album works on many levels, playing, song structure, lyric content but it seems to have been left out of the spot light. But give it ago and listen for yourself.
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What a great album!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 13, 2021
My personal favourite among the Genesis catalogue, not a duff track on it. The last album Steve Hackett played on. They were at the top of their game, before the commercial influence subsequently dummed them down. The sound from this remastered CD is much clearer than my...See more
My personal favourite among the Genesis catalogue, not a duff track on it. The last album Steve Hackett played on. They were at the top of their game, before the commercial influence subsequently dummed them down. The sound from this remastered CD is much clearer than my well-played original vinyl.
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Classic Album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 19, 2013
After Gabriel left Genesis after the make of The Lamb, this was the second album with Collins appearing as lead. "Trick of the Tail" was first, then "Wind and Wuthering" which were the best of the post Gabriel in my opinion, with the third album, "And...See more
After Gabriel left Genesis after the make of The Lamb, this was the second album with Collins appearing as lead. "Trick of the Tail" was first, then "Wind and Wuthering" which were the best of the post Gabriel in my opinion, with the third album, "And then there was three". Having said that I do have the later albums, but they all became Phil Collins 2 and commercial! "Wind and Wuthering"also has another mile stone, this was the last time Steve Hackett was to play with Genesis, which was another great loss for his amazing guitar work. Have a listen to his solo work! This then formed Genesis as a group of three and the album "And then there was three" was released, with Collins, Banks and Rutherford. Probably better then Collins first two and I believe one of the first few CD''s ever released, to launch the CD player! So if you like Prog Rock, then "Wind and Wuthering" is well worth a listen, as there are some very good tracks like, "Blood on the rooftop" & "All in a mouses night", yes, real Prog Rock titles!!
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