Phil Collins – The Man With The Horn

No need to introduce this man, I presume…

Let me take you back to 1982. During the recording sessions for Hello, I Must Be Going, Phil Collins put the song The Man With The Horn to tape. A track featuring horns, obviously, alongside Collins’ trademark drumming and an overall sound in the line of Genesis’ 1982 hit Paperlate. Eventually, it didn’t make the cut, but it was released in 1985 as the B-side to the first single from his next album No Jacket Required, which was One More Night in the United States and Sussudio in the rest of the world.

Although Collins has said he has ‘no emotional attachment’ to the song, it has now been as re-released as a single, as part of the upcoming Other Sides album. Only released digitally on 31 May, the collection consists of demos and B-sides. A further compilation, Remixed Sides, will come out on the same date, and includes remixes of some of his hits.

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