Monday Musings…28th March 2022…

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The end of an era for Phil Collins and Genesis…

Not one of us can stop the sands of time…but what a legacy and the music will live on…Since the band’s debut, they have gone on to sell more than 100 million records – securing 21 UK Top 40 hits and six Number One albums.

Even in this track which I watched in tears, there were glimpses of the magic of Genesis…but generally I was sad as the power of Phil’s voice has gone..sad…

It was nice to see Phil’s son on the drums…

April is nearly upon us…Lots of food holidays(as) always… here is a preview of the ones I will be promoting…Food I enjoy and cook with…

  • National Garlic Month
  • National Pecan Month (US)
  • 4th April … International Carrot Day…I love carrots…It may not be the most exciting of snacks, but carrots are the favourite food of rabbits and a great source of vitamin C.
  • 16th April… The Day of the Mushroom.
  • 23rd-30th British Beef Week.

Thank you for joining me today for Monday Musings…I hope you all had a fabulous weekend and have a productive week ahead…As always I look forward to your comments…See you tomorrow for another Chicken recipe…

31 thoughts on “Monday Musings…28th March 2022…

  1. Smorgasbord - Variety is the Spice of Life.

    So sad to see Phil in such a fragile state and whilst sad for the group they have left behind a wonderful legacy and with today’s video sharing platforms like Youtube we can watch all their great hits played when they were full of rock ‘n’ roll… lovely post Carol..xx


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    1. CarolCooks2 Post author

      Its always sad to see a great singer and band hang up the mike but the sands of time catch up with us all eventually.. Still sad though x


  3. Tabula Rasa

    He hasn’t done too badly considering how much you can see he has physically aged. The one that I really wish would stop singing is Paul McCartney. His voice was never that strong in the first place and now he sounds like a strangled chicken!

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  4. petespringerauthor

    Though getting old is part of life, it’s a bit hard to see such a vibrant and powerful singer like Phil looking like this. I thank him and the rest of Genesis for giving me countless hours of listening pleasure.

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  5. Clive

    Sad to see Phil Collins like this, but at least he was able to make it to the point where he could announce this as their last show. Some have that moment taken away from them, like Taylor Hawkins.

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      1. Clive

        It is, isn’t it. You’d have thought that someone might have taken him aside and counselled him against doing it. I guess he wanted to say his farewells to the fans – the band don’t really need the money! xx

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  7. beetleypete

    I went to see Genesis live back in the ‘old days’. It was at the Fairfield Halls in Croydon, and Peter Gabriel still had really long hair! 🙂
    The time comes when the old rockers should hang up their hats while they have some dignity left. I watched Elton John on the BBC over the weekend, and he couldn’t hit a single high note in ‘Benny and The Jets’.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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