Pplware Classics…

Deepak Gupta June 26, 2022
Updated 2022/06/26 at 2:36 PM

Because remembering is always good, Pplware brings its usual weekly section of music classics to its readers. We present in this section the songs that marked our youth or our recent past and that we still listen to because they are milestones in our life.

You can find music from styles as varied as Rock, dance music and even Pop that we love so much. The artists are known, with the songs that made them famous and that we like so much.

Enter the article and see the classic we chose for today!

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So here's the music video we have today for our readers!

I Can't Dance - Genesis

Genesis is a British rock band formed in 1967, when founders Anthony Phillips, Peter Gabriel, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks were still studying at Charterhouse School. The group achieved enormous success in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, and with approximately 130 million albums sold worldwide, they are considered one of the most important rock bands of all time.

His career has two different musical phases. In the early stages with Peter Gabriel as vocalist, their complex musical structures, elaborate instrumentation and theatrical performances made them one of the most revered bands in progressive rock in the 1970s. Classic creations by the band from this period include the 23-minute song "Supper's Ready" from the 1972 album Foxtrot, as well as the 1974 concept album The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway. With Peter leaving in 1975 and being replaced on vocals by Phil Collins in the late 1970s and into the 1980s, his music took a distinct path towards pop, making it more accessible to the music scene. .

On 18 October 2006, the BBC announced that members of Genesis, including Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks, had agreed to reunite for a world tour and exploring the possibility of recording new material.

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