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The breaking point came with the difficult pregnancy of Gabriel's wife, Jill, and the subsequent birth of their first child, Anna-Marie. When he opted to stay with his sick daughter and wife, rather than record and tour, the resentment from the rest of the band led Gabriel to conclude that he had to leave the group. "Solsbury Hill", Gabriel's debut single as a solo artist, recorded in 1976 and appearing on the Car album in 1977, was written specifically about his departure from Genesis.
originally posted by: oldcarpy
a reply to: Zelun
No, I don't remember that 'cos it never happened.
Perhaps you are just mistaken or confusing PG with one of numerous other musos who have succumbed to the excesses of a rock n roll lifestyle?
I think that is more likely than timeline shifts, intervention and all that stuff.
I'm usually very dismissive of Mandela-effect sort of stories
My impression was that it was a physical ailment, and that it was HIV.