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Self - Genesis. Self - Author, Not Dead Yet. Week: Day 2 Self - Guest. When his work with Genesis, his work with other artists, as well as his solo career is totalled, he had more US top 40 singles than any other artist during the s. Born and brought up in west London, Collins played drums from the age of five and completed drama school training, which secured him various roles as a child actor, with his first major role, aged 13, as the Artful Dodger in the West End musical Oliver!
He then pursued a music career, joining Genesis in as their drummer and becoming lead singer in following the departure of Peter Gabriel. Collins began a successful solo career in the s, initially inspired by his marital breakdown and love of soul music , releasing the albums Face Value , Hello, I Must Be Going , No Jacket Required and But Seriously Collins became, in the words of AllMusic , "one of the most successful pop and adult contemporary singers of the '80s and beyond".
He also resumed his acting career, appearing in Miami Vice and subsequently starring in the film Buster Following a five-year retirement to focus on his family life, Collins released an autobiography in and completed his Not Dead Yet Tour in He then rejoined Genesis in for a second reunion tour , ending in March Collins's discography includes eight studio albums that have sold He has also been recognised by music publications with induction into the Modern Drummer Hall of Fame in , and the Classic Drummer Hall of Fame in Collins was given a toy drum kit for Christmas when he was five, and later his two uncles made him a makeshift set with triangles and tambourines that fit into a suitcase.
Around twelve, Collins received basic piano and music tuition from his father's aunt. In any kind of funk or jazz drumming, the rudiments are always there. For me, that was good enough, but that attitude is bad. Collins attended Nelson Primary School until he was eleven years old. Both women would have an impact on Collins' personal life in later years. Collins quit school at fourteen to become a full time pupil at Barbara Speake. His first major role was an uncredited part as an extra in the Beatles' film A Hard Day's Night , where he is amongst the screaming teenagers during the television concert sequence.
After a falling out with the director, Collins decided to quit acting to pursue music. Collins's enthusiasm towards music grew during his acting years. It was here where Collins saw The Action and newcomers Yes perform, which greatly influenced him. This was followed by a stint in The Gladiators, a backing band for a black vocal quartet, which Ronnie Caryl also joined. Collins failed to turn up, and later wondered what his life would have been like had he went ahead with it. They signed to Fontana Records and recorded Ark 2 , a concept album written and produced by Ken Howard and Alan Blaikley that tells the story of man's evacuation from a burning Earth and its voyage into space.
Inspired by the moon landing , each member sings a lead vocal. After contacting Harrison with an apology, Harrison playfully confessed that the recording was in fact a prank, to which Collins accepted in good humour. In July , the rock band Genesis had signed with Charisma Records and recorded their second album Trespass , but suffered a setback following the departures of drummer John Mayhew and guitarist Anthony Phillips.
They decided to continue, and placed an advert in the Melody Maker for a drummer "sensitive to acoustic music" and a string acoustic guitarist. Collins and Caryl arrived early, so Collins took a swim in the pool at Gabriel's parents' house and memorised the pieces the drummers before him were playing.
Genesis then took a two-week holiday, during which Collins earned money as an exterior decorator. From to , Collins played drums, percussion, and largely sang backing vocals on Genesis albums and concerts. His first album as a member, Nursery Cryme , features the acoustic song "For Absent Friends" that has Collins singing lead vocal. In August , Gabriel's departure from the band was publicly announced. Genesis advertised for a replacement in Melody Maker and received around replies.
After a lengthy auditioning process, during which he sang backup vocals for applicants, Collins became the band's lead vocalist during the recording of their album A Trick of the Tail. When Collins, Banks, and Rutherford decided to continue Genesis as a trio in , they recorded And Then There Were Three Collins pursued various guest spots and solo projects from his time as Genesis's drummer.
In , he and Hackett were among the musicians that performed on the solo debut of ex- Yes guitarist Peter Banks. In , Collins sang and played drums, vibraphone , and percussion on Hackett's first solo album, Voyage of the Acolyte ;  performed on Eno's albums Another Green World , Before and After Science , and Music for Films ;  and replaced drummer Phil Spinelli of the jazz fusion group Brand X before recording their first two albums, Unorthodox Behaviour and Moroccan Roll.
After Genesis finished touring in December , the group went on hiatus after Collins went to Vancouver, Canada to try and save his failing marriage. Collins returned to Old Croft, their home in Salford, Surrey, and their divorce was finalised in Banks and Rutherford were recording their first solo album during this time, so Collins rejoined Brand X for their album Product and its accompanying tour, played on John Martyn 's album Grace and Danger , and started writing demos of his own at home.
The three members contributed two tracks each; Collins put forward "Please Don't Ask" and " Misunderstanding ". In February , Collins released his debut solo album Face Value. He signed with Virgin Records and WEA for American distribution in order to distance himself from the Charisma label, and oversaw every stop of its production; he wrote the liner notes himself and by hand. So a lot of these songs were written because I was going through these emotional changes. The song is known for the gated reverb effect used on Collins's drums, a technique developed by Padgham when he worked as an engineer on Gabriel's song " Intruder ", on which Collins played drums.
This was followed by its supporting tour and a two-month tour in promoting the Genesis live album Three Sides Live. The album reached number 2 in the UK and number 8 in the US, where it sold 3 million copies. Following the tour, Collins played drums on Plant's second solo album, The Principle of Moments ,  and produced and played on two tracks for Adam Ant 's album " Strip ", "Puss 'n Boots" and the title track.
Collins wrote and performed on " Against All Odds ", the main theme for the romantic film of the same name , which demonstrated a more pop-oriented and commercially accessible sound than his previous work. Released in February , it was the first single of his solo career to reach number one on the Billboard Hot chart; it peaked at number two in the UK. However, a note to Atlantic Records from show producer Larry Gelbart explaining a lack of invitation stated: "Thank you for your note regarding Phil Cooper [sic].
I'm afraid the spots have already been filled", and Collins watched actress and dancer Ann Reinking perform it. The song was number one in the UK for four weeks, and peaked at number 2 in the US. Collins's third album, No Jacket Required , was recorded in and marked a turning point in his output. He departed from lyrics about his personal life and wrote more upbeat and dance-orientated songs with strong hooks and melodies, such as " Sussudio ", " One More Night ", " Take Me Home ". No Jacket Required was released in February and became a huge worldwide success, reaching number one in several countries.
The album remains Collins's most successful of his career, selling over 12 million copies in the US and 1. Although the album was criticised for being overly commercial, David Fricke of Rolling Stone wrote: "After years on the art-rock fringe, Collins has established himself firmly in the middle of the road. Perhaps he should consider testing himself and his new fans's expectations next time around. The latter performance was poorly received and later disowned by the band.
By the end of , the music press noted that Collins's astronomical success as a solo artist had made him more popular than Genesis. Released in , it became the group's biggest selling album with 6 million copies sold in the US, and 1. Its title track was released as a single and reached No. Considine praised the album's commercial appeal, stating, "every tune is carefully pruned so that each flourish delivers not an instrumental epiphany but a solid hook".
After touring with Genesis in , Collins was aware that his music had gained too much exposure and took a year off from writing and recording. He took on his first acting role since the late s, starring as Buster Edwards alongside Julie Walters in the romantic comedy drama-crime film Buster which centred around the Great Train Robbery from in Ledburn , Buckinghamshire. The film also spawned the hit single " Two Hearts ", which he co-wrote with Lamont Dozier and won the pair a Golden Globe for Best Original Song and an Oscar nomination in the same category.
Film critic Roger Ebert said Collins "played [the role of Buster] with surprising effectiveness". From April to October , Collins recorded his fourth album But Seriously in England and Los Angeles, which saw him address social and political themes in his lyrics. The album was released in November to worldwide commercial success, spending No. Upon its release in October , it went to No.
Despite its success, the song was also heavily criticised and became linked to allegations of hypocrisy made against Collins. It's a misconception that if you have a lot of money you're somehow out of touch with reality. But Seriously was supported with the Seriously, Live! World Tour which ran between February and October and covered dates.
The tour spawned the live album Serious Hits It became the band's fifth consecutive No. Collins performed on their tour. Collins worked on his fifth studio album, Both Sides , in and It marked a departure from his more polished and up-tempo songs on recent albums to material more experimental in nature, with Collins performing all the instruments and producing the record himself, because the songs written "were becoming so personal, so private, I didn't want anyone else's input".
The decline of his second marriage was a focal point of the album. It marked a drop in sales in the latter when compared to his previous records, only reaching a single platinum certification by the end of the year.
Its two biggest singles were " Both Sides of the Story " and " Everyday ". Collins turned down the chance to contribute to Tower of Song , an album of covers of Leonard Cohen songs, due to his touring commitments. In the months surrounding his departure from Genesis, Collins formed the Phil Collins Big Band , seating himself on the drums.
He had wanted to undertake the project for some time and felt inspired from the Burning for Buddy project that drummer Neil Peart had put together. Having moved to Switzerland, an invitation to perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival led to the band to come together, which featured Quincy Jones as conductor and Tony Bennett on vocals.
To learn his parts, Collins devised his own notation on sheets. In October , Collins released his sixth solo album, Dance into the Light. It reached No. The album was received negatively by the music press and sold less than his previous albums. Entertainment Weekly reviewed by saying that "even Phil Collins must know that we all grew weary of Phil Collins". Collins toured the album throughout with his Trip into the Light World Tour, covering 82 dates.
In October , Collins released his first compilation album In the mids Collins was recruited to write and perform songs for its adventure film Tarzan , integrated with a score by Mark Mancina. Collins also sang his songs in French, Italian, German, and Spanish for the dubbed versions of the film's soundtrack. On 11 November , Collins released his seventh solo album, Testify.
Metacritic 's roundup of album reviews found this record to be the worst-reviewed album at the time of its release, though it has since been surpassed by three more recent releases. Testify sold , copies in the US by year's end. The tour took place during summer , and played in twelve countries across Europe, followed by a second leg in North America. In October , it was reported that Collins was to record a Motown covers album.
He told a German newspaper, "I want the songs to sound exactly like the originals", and that the album would feature up to 30 songs. He also revealed that Collins managed to play the drums on the album despite a spinal operation. It reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. Hits re-entered the US charts, reaching No. In November , Collins told German media that he was considering a return to music and speculated that this could mean further live shows with Genesis, stating: "Everything is possible.
We could tour in Australia and South America. We haven't been there yet. On 24 January , Collins announced in an interview with Inside South Florida that he was writing new compositions with fellow English singer Adele. I live in a cave. I really love her voice. I love some of this stuff she's done, too. He ultimately missed the concert due to illness.
In May , Collins signed a deal with Warner Music Group to have his solo albums remastered and reissued with previously unreleased material. A review in The Telegraph stated: "Unlike the body, the voice is largely unravaged by time. It's still soulful, sometimes silky, occasionally bruised. This time the band were joined by Collins's son Nic on the drums, leaving his father to handle lead vocals. In his book on the "legends" who defined progressive rock drumming, American drummer Rich Lackowski wrote: "Phil Collins's grooves in early Genesis recordings paved the way for many talented drummers to come.
His ability to make the drums bark with musicality and to communicate so convincingly in odd time signatures left many a drummer tossing on the headphones and playing along to Phil's lead. Anyone who wants to be good on the drums should check him out — the man is a master. He said, "Phil is almost like John Bonham to me. I hear his personality, his perspective. In , he was voted as Big Band drummer of the year.
In , he was inducted into the Hall of Fame. Past kits he used were made by Pearl and Premier. He often mentioned the film, though an appropriate script never materialised. Collins told The New Musical Express : "I don't think him being a psychopath and liking my music is linked — my music was just omnipresent in that era.
During the s, Collins was among the celebrities caricatured on the satirical television puppet show Spitting Image —the show's creators were then commissioned by Genesis to create puppets of the entire band to appear in their music video "Land of Confusion ". He also appeared in an episode of the series Miami Vice , entitled " Phil the Shill ", in which he plays a cheating con-man.
In , Collins was one of several celebrities who were tricked into appearing in a controversial British comedy series, Brass Eye , shown on public service broadcaster Channel 4. In the episode, Collins endorsed a hoax anti- paedophile campaign wearing a T-shirt with the words "Nonce Sense" and warned children against speaking to suspicious people. Collins was reported by the BBC to have consulted lawyers regarding the programme, which was originally pulled from broadcast but eventually rescheduled.
Collins said he had taken part in the programme "in good faith for the public benefit", believing it to be "a public service programme that would be going around schools and colleges in a bid to stem child abduction and abuse". Collins also accused the makers of the programme of "some serious taste problems" and warned it would prevent celebrities from supporting "public spirited causes" in the future.
The final mission occurs during his concert, where the player must defend the scaffolding against saboteurs while Collins is performing "In the Air Tonight". After this, the player is given the opportunity to watch this performance of "In the Air Tonight" for the cost of 6, in-game dollars. Many believed that Collins himself was the drummer. When asked about Gorilla , Collins jokingly commented that "Not only is he a better drummer than me, he also has more hair.
Can he sing too? The show's creators admitted resenting losing to Collins, as they felt their other competitors were more worthy. The Phil Collins character returns once more and gets killed off in the episode Collins appears briefly in the Finnish animated sitcom Pasila in the episode "Phil Collins Hangover". The music of this episode is a pastiche of Collins's "Another Day in Paradise".
It Was Murdered! According to a BBC biography of Collins, "critics sneer at him" and "bad publicity also caused problems", which "damaged his public profile". Strong wrote that Collins "truly polarised opinion from the start, his ubiquitous smugness and increasingly sterile pop making him a favourite target for critics". Nice guy , patron saint of ordinary blokes ", to someone accused of "blandness, tax exile and ending a marriage by sending a fax".
Caroline Sullivan, a music critic of The Guardian , referred to his cumulative negative publicity in her article "I wish I'd never heard of Phil Collins", writing that it was difficult for her to hear his work "without being riven by distaste for the man himself". Several critics have commented on Collins's omnipresence, especially in the s and early s. Naming Collins as one of the ten most disliked pop stars in the world, he wrote: "[Collins] performed at Live Aid , playing first at Wembley, then flying over to Philadelphia via Concorde , just to make sure no one in the U.
By the early s, Phil phatigue [ sic ] had really set in. According to author Dylan Jones in his publication on s popular music, many of Collins's peers "despised" him. In , former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters criticised Collins's "ubiquitous nature", including his involvement in the Who 's reunion tour.
Look at Phil Collins. He described them as "horrible" and stated: "They're rude and not as talented as they think they are. I won't mince words here, but they've had a go at me personally. Collins acknowledged in that he had been "omnipresent". He said of his character: "The persona on stage came out of insecurity It's hardly surprising that people grew to hate me.
I'm sorry that it was all so successful. I honestly didn't mean it to happen like that! He said: "I have ended up sounding like a tormented weirdo who thinks he was at the Alamo in another life, who feels very sorry for himself, and is retiring hurt because of the bad press over the years. None of this is true. Paul Lester of The Guardian wrote in that Collins is one of several pop acts that "used to be a joke" but are "now being hailed as gods".
Lucia  and Sleigh Bells ,  electronica artist Lorde ,  and soul singer Diane Birch , who said in , "Collins walks a really fine line between being really cheesy and being really sophisticated. He can seem appalling, but at the same time, he has awesome production values and there's a particular richness to the sound. It's very proficient in the instrumentation and savvy about melodies. Genesis bandmate Mike Rutherford has praised Collins's personality, saying that "he always had a bloke-next-door , happy-go-lucky demeanour about him: let's have a drink in the pub, crack a joke, smoke a cigarette or a joint ".
Considine wrote: "For a time, Phil Collins was nearly inescapable on the radio, and enormously popular with the listening public — something that made him an obvious target for critics. Despite his lumpen -pop appeal, however, Collins is an incisive songwriter and resourceful musician.
According to McGee: "The kids don't care about 'indie cred' anymore. To them, a great pop song is just that: a great pop song. In this time of revivals, nothing is a sacred cow anymore, and that can only be a good thing for music.
Collins is a world-class drummer whose songs immediately lend themselves to being sampled. In , Gary Mills of The Quietus made an impassioned defence of Collins: "There can't be many figures in the world of pop who have inspired quite the same kind of hatred-bordering-on-civil-unrest as Collins, and there can't be too many who have shifted anything like the million plus units that he's got through as a solo artist either The disgrace of a career bogged entirely in the determined dross of No Jacket Required however is simply not justified, regardless of how Collins gained either his fortune, or his public image.
Rolling Stone journalist Erik Hedegaard expressed disapproval of the widespread criticism which Collins has received, suggesting that he has been "unfairly and inexplicably vilified". Strong stated in that "the enigmatic and amiable Phil Collins has had his fair share of mockers and critics over the years, although one thing is sure, and that is his dexterity and undeniable talent". You've air drummed to 'In the Air Tonight', and loved it. Collins has been married and divorced three times.
From to , he was married to Canadian-born Andrea Bertorelli. They married in England when both were 24,  after which Collins legally adopted Bertorelli's daughter Joely b. In , Bertorelli took legal action against Collins pertaining to his account of their relationship in his autobiography. In , Collins married American-born Jill Tavelman. They have one daughter, Lily Collins b. The two were previously engaged, but the relationship ended before they married. In , Collins married Orianne Cevey, a Swiss national who worked as his translator at the start of his tour when she was In they divorced.
From to , Collins was in a relationship with American news anchor Dana Tyler. Collins recalled: "I went through a few bits of darkness; drinking too much. I killed my hours watching TV and drinking, and it almost killed me.
Collins' brother Clive is a cartoonist. Phil appeared at his brother's investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace in when he was awarded an MBE for services to art, with Phil stating, "I shared a bedroom with him when we were boys and he was always drawing. He used to do Christmas cards and birthday cards for the family. In , Collins was estimated to be the second wealthiest drummer in the world, surpassed only by Ringo Starr.
Louis Satterfield , 62, and Rahmlee Davis, 51, claimed their contract entitled them to 0. World Tour in Their claim was they were an integral part of the whole album, but Collins responded the two should only receive royalties from the five tracks in which they were involved. The amount that Collins was seeking was halved, and Satterfield and Davis who originally brought the suit forward in California would not have to repay any of it.
The judge agreed with Collins's argument that Satterfield and Davis should have been paid for only the five tracks on which they performed, including the hit " Sussudio ". In , Collins developed sudden hearing loss in his left ear following a recording session in Los Angeles.
He consulted three doctors, who told him that there was nothing they could do and that the chance of a full recovery was slim. Two years later, he had recovered most of his hearing. In April , Collins had surgery on his upper neck, which was to correct an issue that occurred while drumming on the Genesis tour.
Following the operation, he lost feeling in his fingers and could only grip drum sticks if they were taped to his hands. His doctor advised him that if he wanted to play the drums again, he would need to practise as long as he took it step by step. In his autobiography, Collins acknowledged that he had struggled with an alcohol problem following his retirement and third divorce. He also stated that he had been sober for three years. In January , Collins said he was a type 2 diabetic and had received treatment with a hyperbaric chamber after he developed a diabetic abscess on his foot that became infected.
The fall was caused by his drop foot , developed as a result of his back operation. In , Collins began to use a cane to assist with walking,  and performs on stage while sitting in a chair. Collins has received several honorary degrees in recognition of his work in music and his personal interests. In , he received an honorary doctorate of fine arts at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Collins has often been mentioned erroneously in the British media as being a supporter of the Conservative Party and a critic of the Labour Party.
Collins is often reported in the British press to have left the UK and moved to Switzerland in protest at the Labour Party's victory in the general election. If you don't and the Tories get in, Phil Collins is threatening to come back and live here. And let's face it, none of us want that. He said of Gallagher: "I don't care if he likes my music or not. I do care if he starts telling people I'm a wanker because of my politics. It's an opinion based on an old, misunderstood quote.
Despite his statement that he did not leave Britain for tax purposes, Collins was one of several wealthy figures living in tax havens who were singled out for criticism in a report by the charity Christian Aid. He also wrote that Collins's reported comments and subsequent move to Switzerland led to "accusations of hypocrisy" since he had "bemoaned the plight of the homeless in the song 'Another Day in Paradise'", making him "an easy target when future elections came round".
Asked about his politics by Mark Lawson in an interview for the BBC, broadcast in , Collins said: "My father was Conservative but it wasn't quite the same, I don't think, when he was alive. Politics never loomed large in our family anyway. I think the politics of the country were very different then. When asked whether he had ever voted Conservative, he said: "I didn't vote, actually.
And that's not something I'm proud of. I was just so busy that I rarely was here. Collins has a long-standing interest in the Alamo. He has collected hundreds of artefacts related to the famous battle in San Antonio, Texas , narrated a light and sound show about the Alamo, and has spoken at related events.
He made his first appearance at the show held in London's Theatre Royal, Drury Lane , and he subsequently became an activist. On 9 April , Collins topped the bill at a benefit concert for the veteran English comic actor Terry-Thomas. Mentors to the students who have benefited from his foundation include Tina Turner and Natalie Cole. In he visited Miami Beach, Florida , to promote the expansion of his foundation.
He donates all the royalties earned from his music sales in South Africa to the organisation. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. English musician and record producer. For other people named Phil Collins, see Phil Collins disambiguation. London , England. Musician record producer singer songwriter actor. Andrea Bertorelli.
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