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Dancing With The Moonlit Knight/Carpet Crawlers - Peter Gabriel & Genesis - Reunion (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Genesis - Many Too Many Genesis - Dancing With the Moonlight Knight Genesis - The Musical Box Genesis - Firth Of Fifth Genesis - Supper's Ready (Parts iv-v) Genesis - Afterglow Genesis - Tonight, Tonight, Tonight Genesis - Shipwrecked Genesis - Snowbound Genesis - Watcher of Skies Genesis - Blood on the Rooftops Genesis - Domino The Last Domino.
  2. General CommentAlso note that Peter Gabriel was the one who collected Green Sheild Stamps on the road during the early days with the band, to the band's amusement, I think. A few words about the album as a whole: Selling England by the Pound The title was actually originally the slogan used in the Labour Party Manifesto for the General Election held before the album was released which itself.
  3. (Banks, Collins, Gabriel, Hackett, Rutherford) Archive , Selling England By The Pound, "Can you tell me where my country lies?" said the unifaun to his true love's eyes.
  4. Apr 11,  · Song Dancing With The Moonlit Knight (Live From The Rainbow Theatre, Artist Genesis; Album Box Set (Archives ) Writers Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Steve Hackett.
  5. Gatefold cover. Pale green labels. Recorded at Milton Keynes, UK on 2nd Oct Track A2 is listed as Selling England By The Pound on the sleeve, but is a version of "Dancing With The Moonlit Knight".
  6. Gabriel has to practice the opening to “Dancing With The Moonlit Knight” several times before getting right. They choose to play the opening of the song as an introduction to “Carpet Crawlers,” the same arrangement Genesis employed on the Duke tour in
  7. The first track of the band’s album ‘Selling England by the Pound’, ‘Dancing with the Moonlit Knight’ is a blend of early 70’s progressive rock and English folk music which.
  8. Nov 21,  · “Dancing with the Moonlit Knight” is a song by the progressive rock band Genesis. It was released on their album Selling England by the Pound. The song was originally going to be titled “Disney”.[1] The album takes its name from a lyric in the song.

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