Genesis - Wot Video? Stockholm, Brazil, & Toronto interview 1977 - download
Video Download Specifications:
Video Track - H.264, 960 × 720, 29.97 fps, .mp4
Audio Track - MPEG-4 Audio stereo, 48 kHz, 256 kbps
File size - 1.04 gb
Est. download time based on 25mbps is about 7 minutes. Times can be faster or slower based on your connection.
CONTENTS OF THIS DOWNLOAD:
1) Chester Thompson/Phil Collins Interview - Toronto March 6, 1977
This is a 5 minute interview and riffs (no Genesis tracks) by Phil and Chester, apparently just before their Toronto performance March 6, 1977 based on Phil's shirt. The interviewer is Tony Wilson who worked for Granada, the local TV station in Manchester. (He later ran Factory Records which produced all the Madchester bands like Happy Mondays and Stone Roses.)
It is from film, but without an optimal transfer, there are also weird shots of the in-house screens, and a timecode...but still the quality in both audio and video are nice.
Running time - 4:20
2) Isstadion Stockholm, Sweden June 4, 1977
A very good quality film shot with a Chinon Super8mm camera with some very good audio & video remastering. This piece of history has only surfaced recently and again not a common piece of film but one of the better quality film documents of this amazing era.
Parts of Squonk, One For The Vine, & Firth Of Fifth
Running time: 7:27
r) Sao Paulo, Brazil May 21, 1977
What appears to be footage taken from local news crew located in the pit. Farily good quality and another nice historical document of this tour.
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
Running time: 2:14
Genesis Wot VIdeo? 1977 Wind & Wuthering Tour 2DVD Set
The only eight known filmed documents of this tour
Those 8 pieces of film edited together to create a 1977 Wind and Wuthering concert experience! Although there is not enough footage to rebuild an entire Wind and Wuthering show there is certainly enough to create a highlight film that runs long (over an hour) with many long filmed son and some full songs as well! The purpose of making this movie was to recreate the feeling of watching an actual live Wind and Wuthering concert. Which is something that is currently not available to the public or is even known to exist on film. With this film I feel I've temporarily filled that void for now. I am sure you will enjoy it and if you in attendance at one of these sure I hope to bring it back to life for you. I feel confident that this objective has been achieved.