We Can't Dance is the 14th studio album by Genesis, both recorded and released in 1991. It was released as a single album on CD and Cassette, and as a double album on vinyl. The album reached #1 in the UK, where it remained on the charts for 61 weeks. It was the band's final studio album featuring vocalist/drummer Phil Collins, who would eventually leave Genesis in 1996 to focus on his solo work.
Features 24 bit digital remastering. An excellent Japanese performance from the Modern Jazz Quartet – and a set that was issued in a bit of a lull during their 60s American years for Atlantic Records – which makes it even more important as a key part of their catalog at the time! The 1966 date has the combo in fine form – and almost stepping out with a bit of added soulfulness, in ways that echo some of the styles that Milt Jackson was exploring on his own at the time, and which seem to be brought back to the group! Milt's vibes are wonderful – ringing out with a great sense of pride and presence that may well go beyond earlier MJQ material.
Excellent addition to any Rock music collection
I would give all of these songs a 5 (with a few possible exceptions). The marks deducted were for the albums short playing time (approx. 35 minutes) and the situation of the track listing (I would rather "Simple Dreams" switched with "Country Music"). Don't think this takes too much from the album, however; it is still worth every cent and I would recommend it to anyone, not just aspiring virtuoso bassists.