Hello Lileigh. My name is Dave & I live in CT.
First I want to say I'm sorry it took me SOOOO long to finally visit your website & start viewing your series on TLLDOB at the Shrine. The time & effort it took to research & produce your analysis shows that this has definitely been a labor of love. The series is very entertaining AND eye-opening. I had no idea how much went into the re-tracking of the Archive set and will be viewing it (listening to it) in a much different light than before.
I've been a Genesis/Gabriel fan since Watcher of the Skies broke onto the NYC airwaves in the early seventies.
I attended the Foxtrot tour, Selling England tour (x2) and TLLDOB tour which I saw in Passaic, NJ.
Had I known this would be the last time I'd see the band with Peter, I would have taken time off from school & seen more of the tour - A LOT more.
BTW, where is the best place to view your videos - your website, Vimeo or You Tube?
Also, is Colony of Slippermen Part 2 the last video you've done or are there more that I'm missing somewhere?
Again, thank you VERY much for the wonderful & insightful videos.
Hey, Dave! I think that I can speak on behalf of ALL those who come to this site..and read of your incredible opportunities of seeing every U.S. visit when Genesis toured here with Peter Gabriel - that you are one VERY LUCKY man (and we are all quite jealous)! LOL
Thanks so much for writing in (just as I am trying to catch up with everyone who's written me these past 6 months) - and asking about my Analysis: Lamb videos..and the subject of Vimeo vs. YouTube.
I have nearly every one of the videos I was able to edit, to HD standards, up on Vimeo - for those of us who love the higher resolution and better (not-so-compressed) audio.
Vimeo does not have all of my collection, so far, however...as YouTube currently does.
This is due to my early days of shooting/editing with some non-HD capable equipment.
Both versions (when available) can be accessed through this website.
Soon, I plan on releasing a trilogy of Analysis: Lamb videos which go deeply into Gabriel's pivotal (and incredibly biographical) "Chamber of 32 Doors". I will examine both the allegorical and the real-life referenced points within this song..and my collaborator - Tom Lord-Alge - will cover much of the recording values of the Archive vs Shrine recordings of the song, as well.
Look for it in May.....
I hope everyone will enjoy!
LileighWhiteLilith...she's gonna take you through the Tunnel of Night....