|The Way We Walk, Volume Two: The Longs|
|Live album by|
|Released||11 January 1993|
|Recorded||10 and 13 July 1992|
|Producer||Nick Davis, Robert Colby and Genesis|
|The Rolling Stone Album Guide|
Live – The Way We Walk, Volume Two: The Longs is the fifth live album by British band Genesis and was released in 1993, having been recorded during their 1992 tour for We Can't Dance . The album's title refers to a lyric in two songs, "I Can't Dance" on the previous volume and "I Know What I Like" on this one.
While its companion piece, the preceding The Way We Walk, Volume One: The Shorts contained the band's recent pop hits, The Way We Walk, Volume Two: The Longs focused on the longer songs performed during this period. For the 1992 tour, Genesis performed a "new" medley of their old songs—"Dance on a Volcano/The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway/The Musical Box/Firth of Fifth/I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)"—which replaced the "In the Cage" medley. The "Old Medley" appeared on both this album and (in a very slightly different version) on the DVD of the Earls Court concert. The DVD version of "Old Medley" contains a very small snippet of "Misunderstanding" in place of the CD version's brief snippet of "Your Own Special Way".
The Way We Walk, Volume Two: The Longs reached No.1 in the UK where it remained in the charts for 9 weeks, and No.20 in the U.S. It remains the band's last No.1 album.
|No.||Title||Recording date and location||Length|
|1.||"Old Medley"||10 July 1992 at Niedersachsenstadion, Hanover, Germany||19:32|
|2.||"Driving the Last Spike"||13 July 1992 at Niedersachsenstadion, Hanover, Germany||10:18|
|3.||"Domino" ||10 July 1992||11:21|
|4.||"Fading Lights"||13 July 1992||10:55|
|5.||"Home by the Sea"/"Second Home by the Sea"||10 July 1992||12:14|
|6.||"Drum Duet"||10 July 1992||6:06|
Drum Duet was not included on the vinyl release
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