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Phil Collins Plays Well With Others

Phil Collins Plays Well With Others

Phil Collins Rounds Up His Famous Friends For Box Set

by Paul Cashmere on July 19, 2018

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Phil Collins will release a box set featuring collaborations with his famous friends and he has a lot of them.

‘Phil Collins Plays Well With Others’ features tracks from Abba’s Frida, Paul McCartney, Joe Cocker, Robert Plant, Eric Clapton, The Bee Gees, Adam Ant, George Harrison and a long list more.

Collins has written for others, produced for other, been a studio musician for others, backing muso live for others and backing singer for others from time to time as well. Since 1969 he has worked with a lot of others.

Genesis producer John Anthony was the first to notice Phil’s allround talents. “He was producing all kinds of records, and he would use me because he loves good drumming,” remembers Collins. “We used to go into Trident Studios at midnight, just for the fun of playing, and go home at six or seven in the morning. I enjoyed the possibility of just playing and occasionally being paid for it, and occasionally not. It wasn’t for money, it was just for the hell of playing.”

Phil Collins ‘Plays Well With Others’ will be released on 28 September 2018.

DISC ONE: 1969 – 1982

1.‘Guide Me Orion’ – Flaming Youth
2.‘Knights (Reprise)’ – Peter Banks
3.‘Don’t You Feel It’ – Eugene Wallace
4.‘I Can’t Remember, But Yes’ – Argent
5.‘Over Fire Island’ – Brian Eno
6.‘Savannah Woman’ – Tommy Bolin
7.‘Pablo Picasso’ – John Cale
8.‘Nuclear Burn’ – Brand X
9.‘No-One Receiving’ – Brian Eno
10.‘Home’ – Rod Argent
11.‘M386’ – Brian Eno
12.‘And So To F’ – Brand X
13.‘North Star’ – Robert Fripp
14.‘Sweet Little Mystery’ – John Martyn
15.‘Intruder’ – Peter Gabriel
16.‘I Know There’s Something Going On’ – Frida
17.‘Pledge Pin’ – Robert Plant
18.‘Lead Me To The Water’ – Gary Brooker

DISC TWO: 1982 – 1991

19.‘In The Mood’ – Robert Plant
20.‘Island Dreamer’ – Al Di Meola
21.‘Puss ‘n’ Boots’ – Adam Ant
22.‘Walking On The Chinese Wall’ – Philip Bailey
23.‘Do They Know It’s Christmas (Feed The World)’ – Band Aid
24.‘Just Like A Prisoner’ – Eric Clapton
25.‘Because Of You’ – Philip Bailey
26.‘Watching The World’ – Chaka Khan
27.‘No One Is To Blame’ (Phil Collins version) – Howard Jones
28.‘If Leaving Me Is Easy’ – The Isley Brothers
29.‘Angry’ – Paul McCartney
30.‘Loco In Acapulco’ – Four Tops
31.‘Walking On Air’ – Stephen Bishop
32.‘Hall Light’ – Stephen Bishop
33.‘Woman In Chains’ – Tears For Fears
34.‘Burn Down The Mission’ – Phil Collins

DISC THREE: 1991 – 2011

35.‘No Son Of Mine’ – Genesis
36.‘Could’ve Been Me’ – John Martyn
37.‘Hero’ – David Crosby
38.‘Ways To Cry’ – John Martyn
39.‘I’ve Been Trying’ – Phil Collins
40.‘Do Nothing ‘Till You Hear From Me’ – Quincy Jones
41.‘Why Can’t It Wait Til Morning’ – Fourplay
42.‘Suzanne’ – John Martyn
43.‘Looking For An Angel’ – Laura Pausini
44.‘Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End’ – George Martin
45.‘In The Air Tonite’ – Lil’ Kim featuring Phil Collins
46.‘Welcome’ – Phil Collins
47.‘Can’t Turn Back The Years’ – John Martyn

DISC FOUR: LIVE 1981 – 2002

48.‘In The Air Tonight’ (Live At The Secret Policeman’s Other Ball) – Phil Collins
49.‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’ – George Harrison
50.‘You Win Again’ – The Bee Gees
51.‘There’ll Be Some Changes Made’ – Phil Collins and Tony Bennett
52.‘Stormy Weather’ – Phil Collins and Quincy Jones
53.‘Chips And Salsa’ – The Phil Collins Big Band
54.‘Birdland’ – Phil Collins with The Buddy Rich Big Band
55.‘Pick Up The Pieces’ (Live At The Montreux Jazz Festival 1998) – The Phil Collins Big Band
56.‘Layla’ (Live At Party At The Palace, 3 June 2002) – Eric Clapton
57.‘Why’ (Live at Party At The Palace, 3 June 2002) – Annie Lennox
58.‘Everything I Do (I Do It For You)’ (Live at Party At The Palace, 3 June 2002) – Bryan Adams
59.‘With A Little Help From My Friends’ (Live at Party At The Palace, 3 June 2002) – Joe Cocker

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