Still (Tony Banks album)

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Still
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Studio album by Tony Banks
Released April 1991 (UK); March 1992 (U.S.)
Recorded 1990-1991
Genre Rock
Label Virgin (UK); Giant (US/Canada)
Producer Tony Banks, Nick Davis
Tony Banks chronology
Bankstatement
(1989)
Still
(1991)
Strictly Inc
(1995)

Still is the third studio album by Genesis keyboardist Tony Banks, released in 1991 on Virgin Records in the UK and Giant Records in the U.S. The album was originally going to be named after the track Still It Takes Me by Surprise, but was later shortened to Still. Despite a fairly heavy promotional effort by Giant Records, the album failed to sell well.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Tony Banks, except where indicated.

  1. "Red Day on Blue Street" written by Nik Kershaw – 5:53
  2. "Angel Face" – 5:23
  3. "The Gift" – 4:00
  4. "Still It Takes Me by Surprise" – 6:32
  5. "Hero for an Hour" – 5:01
  6. "I Wanna Change the Score" (Banks, Kershaw) – 4:34
  7. "Water Out of Wine" – 4:43
  8. "Another Murder of a Day" (Banks, Fish) – 9:13
  9. "Back to Back" – 4:38
  10. "The Final Curtain" – 5:01 - written by Nik Kershaw

Singles[edit]

  • I Wanna Change the Score (May 1991)
  1. "I Wanna Change the Score" (with Nik Kershaw)
  2. "Hero for the Hour"
  3. "Big Man" (by Bankstatement)
  4. "The Waters of Lethe"
  • The Gift (June 1991)
  1. "The Gift" (with Andy Taylor)
  2. "Back to Back" (with Jayney Klimek)
  3. "A House Needs a Roof" (by Bankstatement)
  4. "Redwing"
  • Still It Takes Me By Surprise (February 1992)
  1. "Still It Takes Me by Surprise" (edit) (with Andy Taylor)
  2. "The Final Curtain" (with Nik Kershaw)
  3. "Still It Takes Me by Surprise" (with Andy Taylor)

Personnel[edit]

Technical
  • Produced by Tony Banks and Nick Davis
  • Engineered by Nick Davis
  • Assisted by Mark Robinson
  • Recorded at the Farm, Surrey
  • Technical assistance: Geoff Callingham and Mark Bowen
  • Photography by Carl Studna
  • Design by Wherefore Art?

References[edit]