With Genesis done and Steve Hackett winding down his "Revisited" tour dates, Ray Wilson is now the keeper of the flame for live Genesis music. He celebrates all eras, including the members' solo offerings from Phil Collins, Mike and the Mechanics, and Peter Gabriel. His solo material fits right in as well. Performed with the Berlin Philharmonic, here is a take on the songs that progressive rock was meant for, but Genesis never officially gave us (like Moody Blues, Scorpions, Metallica, and Dream Theater have.) This feels like the proper Ray Wilson live Genesis album that the import "Live in Poland" failed to deliver due to sound mixing issues. "Calling All Stations" and "Shipwrecked" sit comfortably next to "Ripples", "Follow You, Follow Me," and the Gabriel era "Lamb" leaving us wondering what might have been had Genesis developed further with their last studio recorded vocalist. Thankfully, Wilson embraces this legacy rather than ignoring it. If your appetite is whetted, there's a Stiltskin studio CD to explore further. Thanks, Ray!