Saw this recently. A 1972 Belgian TV "live studio" performance by Genesis before they became a pop band under the influence of Phil Collins. This was also before Peter Gabriel started doing all that pretentious dressing up and related nonsense onstage. This is straight up early progressive rock with the sui generis
lineup of orchestral wannabe keyboard work, soaring guitar, drums, melodic treble-y Rickenbacker-fueled basslines, obligatory flute noodling, pseudo-profound lyrics...
Genesis was one of many in the genre. The only difference is they did it better than many (if not most) bands that tried it.
The selections are all from the Nursery Cryme
album. I'm surprised how well it's held up over the years.
A bit o' history is wot it is! "I know what i like, and i like what i know..."