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'Smallcreep's Day' is the first solo studio album by Genesis guitarist Mike Rutherford. The 24-minute title track is based on the 1965 novel "Smallcreep's Day" by Peter Currell Brown which tells the story of Mr. Smallcreep. Rutherford has recruited some prog heavyweights to serve as his band here like Anthony Phillips on the keyboards, Noel McCalla (Manfred Mann's Earth Band 1991-2009) vocals, Morris Pert (Brand X & later Talk Talk) provides percussion, and the estimable Simon Phillips (Ten CC, The Who, Toto a.o.) is behind the drum kit, thundering away on his trademark double bass drums. From the opening "Moonshine" with it's trademark Rutherford bass pedals, and infectious keyboards to closing "At the End of the Day" the album is moving and anthemic.
'Smallcreep's Day' is the first solo studio album by Genesis guitarist Mike Rutherford. The 24-minute title track is based on the 1965 novel "Smallcreep's Day" by Peter Currell Brown which tells the story of Mr. Smallcreep. Rutherford has recruited some prog heavyweights to serve as his band here like Anthony Phillips on the keyboards, Noel McCalla (Manfred Mann's Earth Band 1991-2009) vocals, Morris Pert (Brand X & later Talk Talk) provides percussion, and the estimable Simon Phillips (Ten CC, The Who, Toto a.o.) is behind the drum kit, thundering away on his trademark double bass drums. From the opening "Moonshine" with it's trademark Rutherford bass pedals, and infectious keyboards to closing "At the End of the Day" the album is moving and anthemic.
600753951262

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 03/25/2022
UPC: 600753951262

Smallcreep's Day (Hol)
Artist: Rutherford, Mike
Format: CD
New: Available $20.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Smallcreep's Day
2. Moonshine
3. Time and Time Again
4. Romani
5. Every Road
6. Overnight Job

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'Smallcreep's Day' is the first solo studio album by Genesis guitarist Mike Rutherford. The 24-minute title track is based on the 1965 novel "Smallcreep's Day" by Peter Currell Brown which tells the story of Mr. Smallcreep. Rutherford has recruited some prog heavyweights to serve as his band here like Anthony Phillips on the keyboards, Noel McCalla (Manfred Mann's Earth Band 1991-2009) vocals, Morris Pert (Brand X & later Talk Talk) provides percussion, and the estimable Simon Phillips (Ten CC, The Who, Toto a.o.) is behind the drum kit, thundering away on his trademark double bass drums. From the opening "Moonshine" with it's trademark Rutherford bass pedals, and infectious keyboards to closing "At the End of the Day" the album is moving and anthemic.
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