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Plays Live

Peter Gabriel

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1
The Rhythm Of The Heat (Live; 2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
6:27
2
I Have The Touch (Live)
Peter Gabriel
4:49
3
Not One Of Us (Live; 2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
5:44
4
Family Snapshot (Live)
Peter Gabriel
4:47
5
D.I.Y. (Live)
Peter Gabriel
4:05
6
The Family And The Fishing Net (Live)
Peter Gabriel
7:34
7
Intruder (Live; 2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
4:47
8
I Go Swimming (Live)
Peter Gabriel
5:00
9
San Jacinto (Live)
Peter Gabriel
8:28
10
Solsbury Hill (Live)
Peter Gabriel
4:41
11
No Self Control (Live)
Peter Gabriel
5:02
12
I Don't Remember (Live)
Peter Gabriel
4:13
13
Shock The Monkey (Live)
Peter Gabriel
7:09
14
Humdrum (Live)
Peter Gabriel
4:23
15
On The Air (Live; 2002 Remastered Version)
Peter Gabriel
5:22
16
Biko (Live)
Peter Gabriel
6:54
Total Playing Time    1:29:25
Plays Live was compiled from live recordings made at four venues across the American Midwest in late 1982 and released the following June. The sleeve notes memorably state; “Some additional recording took place not a thousand miles away from the home of the artiste. The generic term of this process is ‘cheating’”. But it’s fair to say that the essence of the live shows remains very much intact on these recordings.

Plays Live was effectively a sign-off to the first phase of Peter Gabriel the solo artist. As such, it’s a celebration of all that was achieved on that opening quartet of self-titled long-players, while also standing as confirmation that Peter was an engaged and engaging frontman.

The touring band captured by the recordings consists of Peter, alongside Jerry Marrotta (drums and percussion), Tony Levin (bass and stick), David Rhodes (guitar) and Larry Fast (synthesizer and piano), whilst the iconic cover image of Peter in ‘monkey mask’ make-up was taken by long-time collaborator Armando Gallo.
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