Genesis - Nursery Cryme : The legendary Album
GENESIS NURSERY CRYME: THE LEGENDARY ALBUM
Nursery Cryme is the third studio album by Genesis , released in November 1971 on Charisma Records . It was their first to feature drummer/vocalist Phil Collins and guitarist Steve Hackett . The album received a mixed response from critics and was not initially a commercial success; it did not enter the UK chart until 1974, when it reached its peak at No. 39. However, the album was successful in Continental Europe, particularly Italy. At approximately 39 minutes long, it is the shortest studio album by the band.
Following extensive touring in support of their previous album Trespass (1970), which included the recruitment of Phil Collins and Steve Hackett, Genesis began writing and rehearsing for a follow-up in Luxford House , East Sussex , with recording following at Trident Studios . Nursery Cryme saw the band take a more aggressive direction of some songs, with substantially improved drumming. The opening piece, " The Musical Box " combined the band's trademark mix of twelve-string guitars with harsh electric guitars and keyboards. The song, a macabre fairy story set in Victorian Britain, became the inspiration for the album cover, and went on to be a live favourite. Collins brought a new dimension to the group, covering the majority of the backing vocals (including his first lead vocal with Genesis on "For Absent Friends") and bringing in a sense of humour on tracks like "Harold The Barrel". Banks made more prominent use of the Mellotron at Hackett's suggestion and used it prominently on several tracks.
The band toured the UK and Europe for one year to promote the album, which raised their profile in both territories. The tour included a successful Italian leg in April 1972, where the group played to enthusiastic crowds. Nursery Cryme was certified Silver by the British Phonographic Industry in 2013.
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