Genesis and The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
Genesis' 'The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway' is one of the last concept albums of the late 1970s, released at a time when concept albums were out of fashion. It is a product of its time, reflective of the general economic and social turmoil of the early '70s. This book examines the album.
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