The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway - Genesis [Full Remastered Album] (1974)

Tracklist and Amazon Links [CD, MP3, Vinyl]:The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway:[CD](Remaster):It's growing collection of public domain films all in, actual, 1080p HD!Please subscribe to PublicDomain if you can, trying to get to that 1,000 subscriber goal YouTube has now implemented.℗ & © 2007 Anthony Banks Ltd., Philip Collins Ltd., Peter Gabriel Ltd., Stephen Hackett Ltd., Michael Rutherford Ltd., under exclusive license to Virgin Records Ltd. This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved.



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54markl
It's about what happens to you when your life and entire existence are suddenly snatched away. It's about hurtling down the dark tunnel to a frightening and mysterious rebirth. This is pretty heavy stuff that asks the only question that matters to us ..... why do I live, why do I die? Why? And is there really a Lamb at the end of the road who will save me? This album will never die, in any case. I just talked to my brother-in-law yesterday, he'd dead today. That's what this is all about. The candle suddenly snuffing out. Heavy. Deeper than I expected from the guy in the paper mask.
Abstract
i can't believe this post has 335 dislikes- they must be lazy minded. i love this album.\nread the lyrics straight through, it's a euphoric poetic masterpiece
AccurateCrabLegs
I was taking acid in my friend's dorm room at the University of Florida in 1994 when I first heard this album. When that weird guitar solo thing begins at 33:23, I started laughing so hard I could hardly breathe. Fell off his top bunk and cut my forehead real bad on the side of a table. 9 stitches needed. Still have a long scar!
Angel René Serra
I no longer have any doubts: \
Anthony
In a parallel universe, Peter Gabriel never leaved Genesis.
Antony Baxendale
This album I used to listen to back in 1981 when I was 15 years old. It was Peter Gabriel's way of warning people not to take hard drugs like heroin. It is the story of two brothers Rael & John whom become addicted to heroin, then spend a deluded journey back to being weaned off heroin.
Augusto Maini
One of the best album of rock in all time Peter Gabriel genius
Brian Swan
Some kind of God or angel must be upon Peter and Phil, it's not humanly possible to write and perform this stuff.
CarnorJast1138
The absolute greatest Progressive Rock album ever created, bar none! An amazing journey through musical wonderment, and exceptional playing, writing, and of course, Peter! I can listen to this ANYTIME and do so often! I will put the CDs on and listen to them both all the way through without stopping and enjoy the album today as much as I did when I first discovered it! Just a pure musical masterpiece that would be hard to top by any band!
Charles Cavanaugh
Never get bored of this album \nA true classic
Civas0072
Masterpiece, absolutely the best Rock-Opera ever.
Clay Miller
I saw this live. 😜
Cliff Carr
I love this album, outstandingly intelligently produced by guys who were way ahead of their time by many years. Unbelievable talent on all of this album, and it is a credit to mankind.
Daniel Scott Schiffer
I rather trust a man that works with his hands......
Dave Kent
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Daylan Barbosa
Sincerely, Peter Gabriel deserves a literary award for this work. How can a young man of only 24 years achieve a lyrical and narrative prowess like this? So many references. I hope in the future critics will understand the strength of this album.
Deploradorable
The Lamia is one of the most beautiful piano pieces ever.
Eleuterio Ramalho
A master piece of Genesis, Lyrics so mature, a social analysis also mature, for guys with only twenty few years.
Emilio Martin
Maravilloso!!! Pero no supera a \
Emmanuel Farmakis
...And that's the end of a remarkably short journey (lasting only 6 studio albums and a live one) to artistic godhood! It always brings tears to my eyes, because it concludes the breathtaking attempt of 5 (plus 2) very young English lads (mind you, in this album they are 23 OR 24 YEARS OLD!!!!!!!!!) to create Immortal Art-----and they did it, with flying colours!!! GENESIS was, is, and will probably remain the greatest band of all time, and it is to their credit that they have created the only fan base that believes they are the greatest almost in its entirety! And I sincerely hope that this stunning album will be etched on the metallic disc we send on the next probe out to deep space for other civilizations to learn about us!......
ExposedTyranny
42 years later. Still, one of my favourite albums.
Fernando J.C.C.
Una de las obras maestras de todos los tiempos INMORTAL
Frank Ruben
I listen to this album at work b/c work sucks. Work doesn't really suck, it's the people. I can't help it but people aggravate me so much. I listen to this album rather than blow my brains out all over the walls of my cube. I remember the early 70's when this album came out along with other prog rock bands. That was good music. Things were fun back then. Now things suck. Anyway, thanks for listening. It's prolly just me. Never mind.
Frank Troisi
Always debate with friends , zep or Floyd , stones?, yes, elp, tull, then l remember the lamb and foxtrot, and Peter the great, maybe it's Old Genesis
Fuzzy Kossoff
My all time favourite album. I love it!\nSaw them back in '75. Grandios.
Gab Pinto
Quite possibly the greatest concept album in the history of humanity....
Gary Rawlinson
Greatest combination of musicians Hackett, Banks , Gabriel , Rutherford and Collins.
George Texstel
mystery, magic,music... This should have received a Nobel Prize. For something.
Hunter Koester
*_The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway_** - The Story: Part 1*\n\n Keep your fingers out of my eye. While I write I like to glance at the butterflies in glass that are all around the walls. The people in memory are pinned to events I can't recall too well, but I'm putting one down to watch him break up, decompose and feed another sort of life. The one in question is all fully biodegradable material and categorized as \
IOSEPH ANTONIVS
I've listened to this album at least 3 million times...
J.H.S
I was 12 when I first heard this.\nIt made me stop what I was doing\nand just listen\nThe greatest album for me :)
James Kovacic
I think that either William Friedkin or David Lynch should direct a film for The Lamb. Or they should co-direct it. I know that Friedkin was talking with Peter Gabriel at the time of this album's production about them making a movie together after he was intrigued by Gabriel's writings in the liner notes of the \
Jan Pfeifer
the best thing i heard in my live,i think
Jenny Briggs
Silent Sorrow in Empty Boats is so beautiful it makes me cry.  I can't explain what it is but it makes me feel like it's the music you'd hear when leaving life.
Jiggerjaw
Fly on the Windshield transitioning into Broadway Melody of 1974 will never stop being one of the greatest moments in music. Been listening to this album since I was in diapers, and it just doesn't lose its luster. And what's amazing is it's not even my favorite Genesis album. They were truly titans of prog rock.
Jim Glenfield
One of the greatest albums of all time Never to be surpassed
John Paradise
Since or before it like nothing.
John Smith
Parts of 'Fly on a Windsheild' sounds like 'kashmir' by zeppelin.
Jordan Hendy
7:37 \
Kenn Cramer Hanberg
Genesis through their entire history just have something no other band has. Its like a fairytale everytime I listen to them. Like a book that you just cant stop reading.
Kostya Pakhomov
The greatest Genesis album ever.
LameStudiosInc
This is my favorite Genesis album, as it still feels like a fantastic journey, yet at the same time, more rooted in reality than the other golden age Genesis albums.
Marco Torre
Rael stands astonished doubting his sight...struck by beauty, gripped in fright... \n\nThe Lamb, not just a musical masterpiece but also a literary masterpiece
Mariano Luna
And the lamb lies down on Broadway.\n\nEarly morning Manhattan,\nOcean winds blow on the land.\nThe Movie-Palace is now undone,\nThe all-night watchmen have had their fun.\nSleeping cheaply on the midnight show,\nIt's the same old ending-time to go.\nGet out!\nIt seems they cannot leave their dream.\nThere's something moving in the sidewalk steam,\nAnd the lamb lies down on Broadway.\n\nNightime's flyers feel their pains.\nDrugstore takes down the chains.\nMetal motion comes in bursts,\nBut the gas station can quench that thirst.\nSuspension cracked on unmade road\nThe trucker's eyes read 'Overload'\nAnd out on the subway,\nRael Imperial Aerosol Kid\nExits into daylight, spraygun hid,\nAnd the lamb lies down on Broadway.\n\nThe lamb seems right out of place,\nYet the Broadway street scene finds a focus in its face.\nSomehow it's lying there,\nBrings a stillness to the air.\nThough man-made light, at night is very bright,\nThere's no whitewash victim,\nAs the neons dim, to the coat of white.\nRael Imperial Aerosol Kid,\nWipes his gun-he's forgotten what he did,\nAnd the lamb lies down on Broadway.\n\nSuzanne tired her work all done,\nThinks money-honey-be on-neon.\nCabman's velvet glove sounds the horn\nAnd the sawdust king spits out his scorn.\nWonder women draw your blind!\nDon't look at me! I'm not your kind.\nI'm Rael!\nSomething inside me has just begun,\nLord knows what I have done,\nAnd the lamb lies down on Broadway.\nOn Broadway-\nThey say the lights are always bright on Broadway.\nThey say there's always magic in the air.
Mark Connors
Released on today's date, 42 years ago. Enjoy your weekend everybody and what better way to kick it off listening to this classic!
Mark Darnell
Phil's drumming on this record is incredible, incomparable to any other drummer at the time! Poly-meters flying around everywhere... strange accents, and drum-fills in staggered odd meters suggesting that Collins was listening to EVERYTHING! - Elvin Jones, Tony Williams, African music, soul & Motown ...For me, he was the finest drummer in Rock - PERIOD! More willing to take risk than Bonham, Palmer, Ian Pace, - just sublime!
Martin Green
Gabriel v Collins, Gabriel wins IMO. Just saying :)
Mattia Balocchi
This album is one of my favourite album in all my life!!!🎶🎵
Maxwell Trophia
Walking the streets of nyc!! Listening to the genius of genisis!!
Mike Malley
I self-identify as a Slipperman.
NetConsole
This album is not on Spotify. Really weird.
Oscar de' Grouch
My ultimate favorite double album set - any album for that matter - of all time! Have had Genesis The Lamb in my life since 14 and it's still new to me. The music you offer us is ALWAYS top shelf, Hunter... THANKS!!!
Patryk Czarnik
One of the greatest albums in rock history, very underrated, probably overtook its time.\nWhen I heard it first, it was hard to receive. Each listening I went deeper and deeper into the music and the story.\nAnd when you realise that such a concept album was composed and recorder in 1974... As a concept album it's comparable only to Pink Floyd The Wall, but Lamb was released 5 years earlier!\nThen you take a big respect to Genesis. All members. Peter for the story and unrepeatable live performaces, Phil for incomparable, innovative, brave drumming, Mike for accented bass and novator (at that time) effects, Steve for his beautiful string sound, but at first place Tony, the leading composer in the band, one of the greatest composers of rock (then pop) music, and also a good performer.
Paul Fitz
All previous comments are correct,this is indeed a masterpiece!
Pierfrancesco Natale
I've never been a big fan of Genesis, but this album was really extraordinary.
Piero Ciriotto
Mio fratello più grande di un anno rispetto a me, aveva 11 anni quando è uscito l'album. Sembra strano a pensarlo adesso, ma un anno dopo l'avevamo in casa.\nA quel punto ero io ad avere 11 anni, ed un disco da ascoltare. L'età di un moccioso senza testa.\nMio fratello a quel tempo era \
Preliminimal
still a favorite album since i bought in summer of '78
RecordCollector101
Here comes the supernatural anaesthetist..... If he wants you to snuff it, all he has to do is...... Puff it. He's such a fine dancer!
Richard Hunt
Peters voice, Collins Drums, Hackett's lead guitar, Banks and Rutherford hold it all together as a group. Once in a lifetime! Mine luckily!
Richard Wallace
Steven Wilson is reviving this style of amazing music, he obviously was heavily influenced by Genesis. Awesome stuff
Robert Goodwin
I've always said...If I could only listen to one album for the rest of my life..this is the one.
Robert Selkirk
One of the greatest double albums of all time. Up there with Tommy, White Album and Quadrophenia
SDG All Day
That ARP solo on \
Sam Holden
Gabriel's voice is awesome on this album.
Sandro Petrozzi
This is the Genesis' masterpiece!!!Great,great,great Peter Gabriel!!!
Si Mills
Probably one of the best albums of all time, yet 700+ humans voted against it....but Bieber is good
Simbelmyne
The Lamia is timeless..
Stephen Lisson
Nobody ever talks about Michael's bass work when the talk about Genesis. He was a brilliant bass player. All you have to do is listen to In the Cage. That should enlighten you on how good this man was.
TheEleatic
Collins outshone ALL his rock contemporaries. The fusion drummers were another matter, but Collins deserves to be included in their company. His feel is incredible.
Tina Reggie
I've got sunshine in my stomach.
Tony England
Silent Sorrow in Empty Boats. That music just tears my soul out.
Toolpusher
This is my first time listening to the whole thing right through in quite some time; bloody hell, if this isn't the best concept album ever, then I don't know what is. Yes' work, good though much of it is, doesn't hold a candle. This is like an internal movie for the mind, and a superb one at that. About the only album that comes close to this is Pink Floyd's The Wall, in my opinion.
Victor Depaul
Genius! - A masterpiece! - The mother of all rock concept albums! Time has not taken anything away from this tour-de-force! Every time I listen to it leaves me breathless! Back in '74 I was so fortunate and blessed to have seen the show in Berkeley-(I had just bought the double lp a week before) -The band played two encores, first \
Vintage rumors
This album is immense in quality and quantity of the music on it
Willie White
one of the greatest masterpieces of all time
Wolf Soul
This was the first non-trio album I discovered well over 30 years ago when I was 15 or 16. My good friend loved the band to the extent that I thought she might pass out cold if she strayed too far from her album collection. Well, we were stuck in her room on a rainy day & she asked me if I wanted to hear \
Yoshi Wall
Gabriel is the greatest frontman in history
ali renfro
The last great adventure left to mankind.....
carlos hernandez mergold
The greatest album ever made!
clearage1
People will study this music in the 22nd century.
dandanthetaximan
Thanks so much for uploading this. I just got home from the bar, quite drunk, and needed to hear this masterpiece. And I'm way too fucked up to find my LPs or operate a turntable.
debbie ockey
there is no finer album available anywhere under the sun
eardrum buzzer
My favorite album of all time?
franco Valdamer
Still have albums in mint condition👍👍
godbluffvdgg
Early morning Manhattan,\nOcean winds blow on the land.\nThe Movie-Palace is now undone,\nThe all-night watchmen have had their fun.\nSleeping cheaply on the midnight show,\nIt's the same old ending-time to go.\nGet out!\nIt seems they cannot leave their dream.\nThere's something moving in the sidewalk steam,\nAnd the lamb lies down on Broadway.\n\nNightime's flyers feel their pains.\nDrugstore takes down the chains.\nMetal motion comes in bursts,\nBut the gas station can quench that thirst.\nSuspension cracked on unmade road\nThe trucker's eyes read 'Overload'\nAnd out on the subway,\nRael Imperial Aerosol Kid\nExits into daylight, spraygun hid,\nAnd the lamb lies down on Broadway.\n\nThe lamb seems right out of place,\nYet the Broadway street scene finds a focus in its face.\nSomehow it's lying there,\nBrings a stillness to the air.\nThough man-made light, at night is very bright,\nThere's no whitewash victim,\nAs the neons dim, to the coat of white.\nRael Imperial Aerosol Kid,\nWipes his gun-he's forgotten what he did,\nAnd the lamb lies down on Broadway.\n\nSuzanne tired her work all done,\nThinks money-honey-be on-neon.\nCabman's velvet glove sounds the horn\nAnd the sawdust king spits out his scorn.\nWonder women draw your blind!\nDon't look at me! I'm not your kind.\nI'm Rael!\nSomething inside me has just begun,\nLord knows what I have done,\nAnd the lamb lies down on Broadway.\nOn Broadway-\nThey say the lights are always bright on Broadway.\nThey say there's always magic in the air.\n\n\
levediagyermeke
No words for this label !!!!!.Probably the best prog-rock record of all time. Unbelievable. Gabriel is the king of Rock Music.\nAny opinion ? I know there are many from the 70's, but this item is just unbeatable I think.
metamorphosis67
Phil Collins = The most creative drummer who ever lived next to Bill Bruford and Vinnie Colaiuta. His drumming on all the Genesis/Hackett albums was great but with this album and \
muzquiz sebastian
The band and album that disrupted my music taste for the better of me. I was only 14 and this whole album got me by the throat and wouldn't let go of me. I think I still enjoy it just as much as ever. It just doesn't get old in me. Consider that it was nothing compared to it with what you were used to listen on the radio in those days. Still does today.
olli manninen
It took me 40 odd years to understand the beauty of it all. I was always a Yes man and totally neglected Genesis back in the 1970s. This would make a great musical!
schlugg
I was blessed to see this tour, and it was mind blowing. One of the best gigs I've ever seen. \n\nOn that note, speaking of mind blowing..\n All the posts mentioning LSD.. Idiots, not much clue about Genesis' music I have to assume.\nThere was never, nor ever will there be any need for this music to be supported by acid. That's a crime on the artistry and the potential that lies within the tunes. \nIf you want to be on a trip, ffs, then learn to understand every nuance the music has to offer. It gets you on a ride all by itself.\nMaybe a bit of pot, but that's about it. The music itself is the drug.
sking55
.....when buying an album was an EVENT..........saving up the $7.99.......going to the record store........getting home and opening the whole world inside-...... of course the music, but ALSO the cover, (by people like hypnosis, or Roger Dean, etc....) and posters, and stickers, the libretto of the lyrics........there is NOTHING that compares to Vinyl and it's packaging......and its DELIVERY!!!
slip
Better than Pink Floyd's The Wall in my opinion.
theresa42213
Everything this band did with Hackett was _GREAT!_ Not because of Steve ....but ALL the boys are _insanely_ talented,  dedicated musicians!!  Even after he left ....their stuff was still REALLY GOOD!  They still kept some 'Prog ISH' music within the pop.  And Phil? Well he's fantastic at EVERYTHING music!  Drum...Sing...Write....Prog....Pop....Sellout?  He mastered it ALL! Too bad the 'elites' _hunt_ and co-opt poor buggers like him wherever they are.  l hope he's doing ok.  He seems very tired.
trisan duo
When the rock was art.