More tours to explore:

 

THE HELLO, I MUST BE GOING TOUR – July 1982 through February 1983

 

THE PRINCIPLE OF MOMENTS TOUR (With Robert Plant) – August 1983 through October 1983

 

THE NO JACKET REQUIRED TOUR – February 1985 through July 1985

 

THE BUT SERIOUSLY TOUR – February 1990 through October 1990

 

THE BOTH SIDES TOUR – April 1994 through May 1995

 

THE PHIL COLLINS BIG BAND TOUR – January 1996 through December 1996

 

THE DANCE INTO THE LIGHT TOUR – February 1997 through December 1997

 

THE PHIL COLLINS BIG BAND TOUR (PART II) – June 1998 through December 1998

 

THE TESTIFY TOUR – January 2002 through March 2003

 

THE FIRST FINAL FAREWELL TOUR – June 2003 through November 2005

 

THE GOING BACK TOUR – June 2010

 

More radio broadcast shows to explore:

 

THE HELLO, I MUST BE GOING TOUR – July 1982 through February 1983

 

THE PRINCIPLE OF MOMENTS TOUR (With Robert Plant) – August 1983 through October 1983

 

THE NO JACKET REQUIRED TOUR – February 1985 through July 1985

 

THE BUT SERIOUSLY TOUR – February 1990 through October 1990

 

THE BOTH SIDES TOUR – April 1994 through May 1995

 

THE PHIL COLLINS BIG BAND TOUR – January 1996 through December 1996

 

THE DANCE INTO THE LIGHT TOUR – February 1997 through December 1997

 

THE PHIL COLLINS BIG BAND TOUR (PART II) – June 1998 through December 1998

 

THE TESTIFY TOUR – January 2002 through March 2003

 

THE FIRST FINAL FAREWELL TOUR – June 2003 through November 2005

 

THE GOING BACK TOUR – June 2010

 

THE NOT DEAD YET TOUR – June 2017 through October 2019

 

GENESIS RADIO INTERVIEW SPECIALS – Various Dates

As I mentioned way back at the beginning of this guide, I started this journey to document all of Phil’s pre-FM radio broadcasts. I soon realized that to do it justice, I would need to include those radio specials where Phil participated in an interview or discussion regarding his life’s work. It became a daunting task, especially when it came time to reproduce this list here. But I believe that what follows is the most extensive list of Phil Collins pre-FM Radio Interview Specials ever compiled. (I have also created a similar page containing all of the known Genesis pre-FM interview specials, both with and without Phil being present.)
As you will see, Phil did a lot of promotion via these interview shows throughout the years… all the way up to and including his final Not Dead Yet Tour. Many of the interview specials contained pre-recorded bits of Phil talking which were strategically placed to make it sound as if Phil was actually present in the studio with the host. (The most notorious of these were the Off The Record Specials with host Mary Turner.) But every now and then, Phil did actually sit down to be interviewed in person, starting with the first show on the list.
As with the previously listed radio concerts, all of the interview specials are listed in order of broadcast date. That said, one of the main differences is that with these shows, the recording date was almost always unknown.
Here is a complete listing of all known radio interview shows with Phil Collins:

B.B.C. Rock Hour Special #213 (Version B) – Phil Collins:

London Wavelength Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – 29 March 1981

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

The earliest known pre-FM interview special focusing on Phil’s career and his first solo album FACE VALUE comes to us courtesy of the B.B.C. Rock Hour Special series.

Host Richard Skinner interviews Phil in person and plays tracks from the album. Tracks include Hand In Hand and I Missed Again among others. The LP also comes with three pages of detailed history on Phil and the album. Great, rare item from my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

B.B.C. Rock Hour #213 on Discogs

Off The Record Hosted By Mary Turner #OTR 4-6 / #OTR 4-13:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Side A: Week of 6 April 1981 / Side B: Week of 13 April 1981

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

 

An early incarnation of what would later become the series known as Off The Record Specials with Mary Turner. Unlike those later shows, (which you will find many more of below)  this LP does not contain complete music tracks, nor does it contain an opening segment and end credits. In addition, this LP does not have one continuous side on each side of the LP, rather, each track is its own separate “locked groove” or “lock banded” track which forced the disc jockey to lift the needle and place it down again in order to play each consecutive track.

The tracks on this LP consist of Turner giving a brief explanation of what the next track contains, followed by brief interview segments from numerous artists. The artists featured on this single LP are John IllsleyManfred MannNeil PeartPaul DeanPhil CollinsPick Withers and Ted Nugent. Phil’s interview bits all appear on Side B. Any music featured was played behind the artist talking. Lastly, there are no commercial blocks presented on this LP.

Also of note, Side A of this LP was to be aired the week of 6 April 1981, while Side B was to be aired a week later, during the week of 13 April 1981. This also differs from later incarnations of this series, which usually contained two LPs which were to be aired on the same date. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Off The Record on Discogs

The Rolling Stone Magazine Rock Revue:

Rolling Stone Magazine Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – 25 January 1982

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

 

An interesting compilation of interview segments and music by various artists including Collins, Tony Banks, Quarterflash, Triumph, Squeeze, Frank Zappa and Ozzie Osbourne.

I do not have this item in my personal collection; information obtained from an eBay listing.

Phil Collins Interview Picture Disc:

Baktabak Records (BAK 2020)

Limited Edition Vinyl

Recorded November 1982

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

This is technically not a radio interview special per-se, it’s actually an unofficial bootleg. That said, it does contain and interview with Phil, and it is on vinyl, so technically radio stations could have used the contents for broadcast.

An unidentified interviewer meets with Phil in person and discusses his life, working with Robert Plant, Frida and Eric Clapton, drumming and Phil’s latest release (at that time) HELLO, I MUST BE GOING.

The basis for listing the recording date as sometime in November 1982 is based on two main statements on Side 1. The first is when Phil says: “I’m thirty-one now…” (having been born in January of 1951 puts the current year at 1982) and the second is when Phil says: “The album came in at number two today… It’s the first week…” As mentioned above, HELLO, I MUST BE GOING was released on 5 November of 1982, therefore, this interview was likely recorded within a few weeks of its release.

Note that the image on Side 2 of the LP is clearly from later in Phil’s career… possibly from the ’85 NO JACKET REQUIRED Tour or the ’86 INVISIBLE TOUCH Tour.

It’s a fascinating interview with lots of material that focuses heavily on HELLO, I MUST BE GOING. As with many of the Baktabak interviews, this recording starts and ends rather abruptly, especially at the end of Side 1, which cuts off in mid-question but does pick up in the same spot at the start of Side 2. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Interview Picture Disc on Discogs

B.B.C. Rock Hour Special #349 – Phil Collins:

London Wavelength Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast –

5 December 1982

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

Another interview special focusing on Phil’s career and his second solo album HELLO, I MUST BE GOING. Host Richard Skinner interviews Phil in person and plays tracks from the album.

Tracks include I Don’t Care Anymore, Like China and Why Can’t It Wait Til Morning?. Great, rare item. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

B.B.C Rock Hour #349 on Discogs

Jim Ladd Hosts Innerview – Phil Collins:

Inner View Records (Series #23, Show #7)

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1982

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

 

Jim Ladd, who was also the host of the aforementioned Captured Live! #CL-1684 concert radio program, hosts an interview special focusing on Phil’s career and his latest (at that time) album HELLO, I MUST BE GOING. While the copyright on the LP states 1976 as seen in the scans below, this program was definitely produced in late 1982, as Ladd clearly focuses most of his questions on Side One about Phil’s second album. (HELLO, I MUST BE GOING was released on 5 November 1982, therefore, this special could not have been recorded too far prior to that. In addition, Ladd hosted Innerview, an hour-long nationally syndicated interview program, from 1974 until 1984.)

Once again, Phil is present in the room with Ladd, and the two have a lengthy conversation about the record, with details about several songs revealed. Side Two focuses on Phil’s time with Genesis, and includes the most detailed explanation I’ve ever heard about the meaning behind the title of the song Abacab.

Tracks include I Don’t Care Anymore, Don’t Let Him Steal Your Heart Away, In The Air Tonight, The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, Follow You, Follow Me, Abacab and Misunderstanding.

As a side note, Jim Ladd served as the inspiration for the 2002 Tom Petty album THE LAST DJ and its title track, and – like Phil – has a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

Great, rare item from my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Innerview Series #23 Show #7 on Discogs

Phil Collins & Steve Winwood Inside Track Interview Special:

D.I.R. Broadcasting Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 21 February 1983

pre-FM Triple Vinyl LP (Side 6 is blank)

The first of three such Inside Track interview specials which I own.

Host Lisa Robinson meets with and chronicles the careers of Phil Collins and Steve Winwood separately and discusses their lives and music. The recording definitely sounds as if Robinson is in the same room at the same time with the artists. Phil discusses his time with Genesis, playing with Robert Plant, and his painful divorce – which led to his monumental first solo album, FACE VALUE.

The show contains studio tracks from several of Phil’s and Steve’s albums including No Reply At All, In The Air Tonight and I Don’t Care Anymore along with While You See A Chance, Arc Of A Diver and Gimmie Some Lovin’. There are no commercial blocks on these LPs. Phil’s portion of the show is contained on Sides 1 & 2, while Winwood’s interview takes up Sides 3-5. A rare and hard to find gem. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Phil Collins & Steve Winwood Inside Track on Discogs

 

Off The Record Specials With Mary Turner #83-10:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 28 February 1983

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

One of the earliest know incarnations of the double LP Off The Record Specials series featuring Phil Collins. This series of interview specials ran weekly and lasted for at least ten years, during which host Mary Turner “interviewed” hundreds of rock artists including Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, Sting, Robert Plant, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Bryan Adams, John Cougar Mellencamp, Tom Petty, Pete Townshend, Peter Gabriel, Jeff Beck, Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Sir Paul McCartney and many, many more.

(To give some ides of the vast amount of these shows, and the wide range of artists interviewed, have a look at this Discogs series profile page HERE.)

As you will see, Phil and Genesis were featured numerous times throughout the show’s run, and many of the interview segments were recycled.

Unlike some of the other listed interview specials, this series was designed to sound like Turner actually got each artist into the studio to interview them in person. But a close examination of the sound reveals that the interview clips are pre-recorded.

In this installment, Mary Turner presents an interview with Phil where she discusses his life and his music, along with his first two solo releases. 

Tracks include I Don’t Care Anymore, In The Air Tonight, Don’t Let Him Steal Your Heart Away and I’m Not Moving. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

OTRSP #83-10 on Discogs

 

Robert Plant & Phil Collins Inside Track Interview Special:

D.I.R. Broadcasting Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – August 1983

pre-FM Triple Vinyl LP (Side 6 is blank)

In this second installment from the Inside Track series which I own, Host Lisa Robinson meets with and chronicles the careers of Phil Collins and Robert Plant separately and discusses their lives and music. Like the other Inside Track special listed above, this recording also sounds as if Robinson is in the same room at the same time with the artists.

The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s and Robert’s albums including Like China, I Missed Again and a live version of No Reply At All along with The Song Remains The Same, Big Log and In The Mood.

Phil’s portion of the show is the last segment of the show on sides D and E. Side F is blank. A rare and hard to find gem. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Robert Plant & Phil Collins Inside Track on Discogs

 

Star Trak Profiles

#84-30:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 16 July 1984

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Another multiple entry series similar to the Off The Record Specials with Mary Turner, this time under the Star Trak Profile banner.

HERE is a link to the Discogs profile page for this series.

Host Phil Hendrie (who hosted many of the Superstar Concert Series shows) chronicles Phil’s career and discusses his life and his music. The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums. Unlike the OTRSP shows, no attempt is made to appear as if the host and Phil appear in the studio together. The interview bits are intermingled with loads of album tracks. Some of the tracks included are Man On The Corner, Easy Lover and In The Air Tonight among others. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Star Trak Profiles #84-30 on Discogs

Phil Collins / Dire Straits Rock Profile:

BBC Transcription Services Records # CN 4114/S (151871-S / 151869-S)

Unknown Recording Date(s)

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1983

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

A rare item from the BBC archives, this set contains a single LP with music from Dire Straits and an interview with front-man Mark Knopfler, along with a single LP featuring music and an interview with Phil.

All of the album tracks included are culled from Phil’s second solo effort, HELLO I MUST BE GOING. These songs include Like China, I Don’t Care Anymore and Thru These Walls among others. (It’s possible that the Phil Collins portion of this show is a repackaging of the aforementioned B.B.C Roc Hour Special #349, but without hearing the interview, it is unknown at this time.) I do not have this item in my personal collection, but more info can be found on Discogs.

Rock Profile on Discogs

Phil Collins & Peter Wolf Inside Track Interview Special:

D.I.R. Broadcasting Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – 23 July 1984

pre-FM Triple Vinyl LP (Side 6 is blank)

The third installment (that I own) in the Inside Track series of shows.

Host Lisa Robinson meets with and chronicles the careers of Phil Collins and Peter Wolf (of J. Geils fame) separately and discusses their lives and music. As with the previous two installments, the recording definitely sounds as if Robinson is in the same room at the same time with the artists.

Phil discusses his time with Genesis, producing numerous artists, and his decision to stay with Genesis, while Wolf discusses leaving The J. Geils Band and starting his solo career. The show contains studio tracks from several of Phil’s and J. Geils’ albums, including Against All Odds, I Missed Again and Genesis hits No Reply At All, Illegal Alien and Man On The Corner, along with a few tracks from Wolf’s first solo album, LIGHTS OUT. Original commercial blocks for Heineken are also included.

Phil’s portion of the show is contained on Sides A-C, while Wolf’s interview takes up Sides D & E. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Phil Collins & Peter Wolf Inside Track on Discogs

Rock Salutes Motown ’85 Hosted By Phil Collins:

NBC Radio Entertainment Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – 20-22 September 1985

pre-FM Quintuple Vinyl LP

NBC Radio Entertainment and their series entitled The Source* presents a three hour, five LP radio broadcast featuring dozens of original Motown hits and versions as interpreted by various artists such as The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Who, Eddie Money, David Lee Roth, Phil Collins, Rod Stewart and many, many more.

Hosted by Phil, a noted Motown aficionado in his own right, the show features original commercial blocks and tons of historical information as provided by Phil about “the Motown sound”, as well as multiple interviews with those artists and more. The interview segments are all pre-recorded and edited into the show, and Collins makes no attempt to present the interviews as if those artists are present in the studio with him. While Phil himself is not interviewed on this show, he does provide tons of details about Motown artists, their impact on music, and the numerous artists who covered their songs.

An incredible rare set with loads of Phil discussing all things Motown. From my personal collection.

*Regarding the series The Source, the immensely popular  Genesis show from the Lyceum Ballroom was featured on The Source radio show in July of 1980.

MISPRINT INFO: Of note is the fact that the labels state: BROADCAST DATE: SEPT. 20, 21, 22, 1984, but the first Cue Sheet indicates the year was 1985, not 1984. The labels most likely contained a misprint regarding the date, as the labels also state the title as ROCK SALUTES MOTOWN ’85 as well as stating © 1985 Denny Somach Productions. Thus, the broadcast / release date was most likely 1985.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Rock Salutes Motown ’85 on Discogs

COLLINS ON COLLINS

(ST-PR-759A/B-SP):

Atlantic Records 

Exclusive Candid Interview – Limited Edition Vinyl

Recorded 1985

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

This LP was sent to radio stations under the Atlantic Records label, which makes it an “official release”, and therefore it is not hard to come by. Many listings for this exact LP still show up on eBay on a regular basis.

Host and Interviewer Dan Neer (who appeared on some later King Biscuit shows and who appears later on this list in the Up Close series of interview shows) meets with Phil and discusses his time with Genesis, his first solo album FACE VALUE, and his latest release (at that time) NO JACKET REQUIRED

Side A of this recording features Neer asking questions and Phil answering them. Side B features the answers only, which allowed DJ’s to create their own “live interview” as if Phil was right there with them in the studio. After this release in 1985, the answers on this recording were frequently and heavily reused on dozens of other interview specials, many of which are listed below. I cannot stress this part enough – a vast majority of the interview clips that appeared on future radio specials were taken directly from this album. They were spliced into the shows in order to create the sense that Phil was in the room talking to the host. (In order to better illustrate this fact, when future interview specials rely heavily on the material featured on this LP, I will note same.) So If you’re looking for one definitive Phil Collins interview special to own on vinyl, this is it.

This LP does not contain any commercials or album tracks, and as such, was not necessarily intended to be returned or destroyed after use. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Collins On Collins on Discogs

Phil Collins Interview Disc (PCID 42):

Atlantic Records / WEA Music of Canada 

Exclusive Candid Interview – Limited Edition Vinyl

Recorded 1985

Original Broadcast June 1985

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

This is the Canadian version of the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP listed directly above. The main difference in the two is that this version states “June 1985” on both labels. 

As with the above listed LP, Side A of this recording features the host (presumably Dan Neer) asking questions and Phil answering them. Side B features the answers only, which allowed DJ’s to create their own “live interview” as if Phil was right there with them in the studio. 

I do not have this version in my personal collection; information obtained from the Discogs listing.

Phil Collins Interview Disc on Discogs

Superstars Of Rock Interview Special:

Barnett Robbins Enterprises Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 24-26 May 1985

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Bruce Chandler (Host and Interviewer) chronicles Phil’s career and discusses his life and his music, his reputation among other artists and his solo career.

The show contains much of the same material featured in the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP, along with commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums.

Contains the album tracks Abacab, I Missed Again and Tomorrow Never Knows along with Taking It All To Hard, Inside Out and Against All Odds among others. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Superstars Of Rock on Discogs

Star Trak Profiles

#85-17:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 22 April 1985

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Another in the Star Trak Profile series. I do not know who the host (interviewer) of this show is as I have not heard it, but presumably it is Phil Hendrie as he was the typical host for this series of shows.

This set again chronicles Phil’s career as he discusses his life and his music. The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums. Some album tracks included are Misunderstanding, Easy Lover and In The Air Tonight among others.

I do not have this set in my personal collection, therefore, incomplete information is available at this time.

 

Off The Record Specials With Mary Turner #85-28:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 8 July 1985

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Another in the Off The Record Specials series in which Host and Interviewer Mary Turner “pretends” to meet with Phil and discuss his life and his music, along with his latest release (at that time), NO JACKET REQUIRED. The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums, including It Don’t Matter To Me, I Don’t Care Anymore, In The Air Tonight and Man With The Horn. These OTRSP shows were very entertaining and informative, even if some of the interview bits were reused and recycled. From my personal collection.

OTRSP #85-28 on Discogs

Star Trak Profiles

#85-38:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 16 September 1985

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Host Phil Hendrie chronicles Phil’s career and discusses his life and his music, working with Philip Bailey and Frida of ABBA, and his drumming and solo career in this instalment of the Star Trak Profile series.

The show contains much of the same material featured in the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP, along with commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums.

Some album tracks included are Misunderstanding, Easy Lover and Sussudio among others. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Star Trak Profiles #85-38 on Discogs

Off The Record Specials With Mary Turner #85-51:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 16 December 1985

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Mary Turner once again “meets” with Phil and discusses his life and his music, along with his latest release (at that time), NO JACKET REQUIRED. Another in the Off The Record Specials series. The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums, including It Don’t Matter To Me, One More Night, Turn It On Again and Man With The Horn. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

OTRSP #85-51 on Discogs

Star Trak Profiles

#86-26:

Westwood One Record

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 23 June 1986

pre-FM Double Translucent Vinyl LP

Another show in the Star Trak Profile series, featuring host Phil Hendrie, in which Phil’s career and music are chronicled. The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums.

Some album tracks included are Misunderstanding, Don’t Lose My Number and Take Me Home among others. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Star Trak Profiles #86-26 on Discogs

Adult Contemporary Comments #R 3-433-AC:

Mutual Broadcasting System, Inc.

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 23 June 1986

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

A weekly radio program featuring rare interviews that radio stations were free to use for their DJ’S to utilize when introducing popular songs by the featured artists or group. Interview segments contained herein include artists Stephen Bishop, Elliot Easton of The Cars, Anne Murray, John Fogerty and of course, Phil.

Here he discusses changing his musical style for his most recent album (at that time) NO JACKET REQUIRED. The album track Take Me Home is suggested for airplay, but not featured on the LP. I do not have this item in my personal collection; information obtained from an eBay listing.

Tears For Fears & Phil Collins

Dr. Pepper July Fourth Special:

REMN Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 1-7 July 1986

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

A unique one-off show which aired on the July 4th weekend on radio stations across the U.S, featuring host Dan Williamson, in which some of Phil’s recent hits are chronicled.

Side One is dedicated to the band Tears For Fears, and features interview bits with Curt Smith, as well as live and studio tracks. Side Two is all Phil, and contains commercials and studio tracks from Phil’s album NO JACKET REQUIRED, plus the tune Invisible Touch. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Tears For Fears & Phil Collins on Discogs

The Phil Collins Story:

United Stations Programming Network (USPN) Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 6 August 1986

pre-FM Triple Vinyl LP

A massive, three hour, three LP box set with tons of interview clips and music. Host and Interviewer Phil Cowan chronicles Phil’s career and discusses his life and his music, Steve Martin jokes, Genesis and their staying power and working with artists such as Philip Bailey and Frida of ABBA.

The show contains much of the same material featured in the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP, along with commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums. Album tracks include Mama, Just A Job To Do and Paperlate along with I Cannot Believe It’s True, Man On The Corner and Take Me Home among others. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

The Phil Collins Story on Discogs

Rock And Roll Never Forgets RRNF #87-20:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1987

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

One of many shows in the Rock And Roll Never Forgets series, named after the famous song by Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band, featuring hosts Marc Coppola and Damion Bragdon (who simply went by his first name when on-air), in which the years 1972 and 1980 are chronicled.

While not technically an interview special, the broadcast does contain a tiny interview clip from Collins and one from Peter Gabriel on Side D. The show also contains commercials and studio tracks from multiple artists including Neil Young, Jethro Tull, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, David Bowie, Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Genesis, Peter Gabriel, Pink Floyd and Bob Seger. Tracks included are Follow You, Follow Me, Misunderstanding and Biko among others. Very cool radio show with lots of different music. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

RRNF #87-20 on Discogs

Timothy White’s Rock Stars ’87 Summer Salute RS 005:

Radio Today Entertainment Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 13-19 July 1987

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

This double LP set contains a salute to the rock stars of 1987, hosted by syndicated radio DJ Timothy White. Part of the Timothy White’s Rock Stars series.

White conducts several interviews with a variety of artists, discussing their musical history with their respective bands, and in some cases, their solo work. Featuring pre-recorded interview clips from Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Bob Seger, Steve Winwood, Bono from U2 and Lou Gramm from Foreigner, along with songs from the artists themselves, and a few special unreleased tracks.

Includes original commercial blocks and DJ introductions by Host Meg Griffin. Gabriel’s segment takes up all of Side A, and includes a never-before released remix of his hit Big Time, while the Collins interview bits are featured on Side B. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Rock Stars ’87 on Discogs

Star Trak Profiles

#87-40:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 28 September 1987

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Another show in the Star Trak Profile series, this show aired exactly one week after the Genesis Star Trak show #87-39 (which can be seen in the GENESIS RADIO INTERVIEW SPECIALS – Various Dates section).

The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s solo albums. Some album tracks included are I Missed Again, Sussudio, In The Air Tonight and Take Me Home among others. From my personal collection.

Star Trak Profiles # 87-40 on Discogs

Star Trak Profiles

#88-19:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 2 May 1988

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Another show in the Star Trak Profile series, this time featuring host Craig Hines, in which Phil’s career and music are chronicled.

The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums. Some album tracks included are I Missed Again, Sussudio and In The Air Tonight among others. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Star Trak Profiles #88-19 on Discogs

The Phil Collins & Genesis Story:

United Stations Programming Network (USPN) Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 1-4 July 1988

pre-FM Triple Vinyl LP

Another three hour, three LP box set. Host and Interviewer Carl Russo chronicles Phil’s career and discusses many of the same topics as the above listed The Phil Collins Story. The show contains much of the same material featured in the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP as well, along with commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums.

Album tracks include Your Own Special Way, Follow You, Follow Me and No Reply At All along with Shock The Monkey, There’s Something Going On and Silent Running among others. I particularly like that the show ends with Phil’s We Said Hello, Goodbye.

From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

The Phil Collins & Genesis Story Vinyl on Discogs

NOTE: There is also a Discogs listing for this show on compact disc under the Unistar label, however, it is doubtful that the producers would release the exact contents on vinyl and compact disc simultaneously. That listing therefore my be for a CDR copy of the show.  I have included the details directly below.

The Phil Collins & Genesis Story:

Unistar Radio Programming Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 1-4 July 1988

pre-FM Triple Compact Disc

Exact same contents as the triple vinyl listing directly above. I don’t have the CD version of this show in my collection as it would be a bit repetitive.

Complete track listing can be found here:

The Phil Collins & Genesis Story CD on Discogs

Scott Muni’s World Of Rock Show #2:

D.I.R. Broadcasting Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 16 July 1988

pre-FM Quadruple Vinyl LP

This set contains a four hour weekly radio show featuring host Scott Muni, with special guest Phil Collins and call-in guest Jimmy Page.

The Phil Collins interview segments were pre-recorded and occurred backstage at the Royal Albert Hall on the night of and just prior to the recording The Prince’s Trust Rock Concert. Collins discusses his upcoming film and soundtrack, BUSTER, recording with George Harrison early in his post-Beatles career on ALL THINGS MUST PASS, appearing at the Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary concert, as well as his time working with the Prince’s Trust.

Legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page also calls in and discusses his latest release (at the time) OUTRIDER, playing with Jason Bonham and an upcoming tour.

Muni plays tracks from various artists, has fellow disc jockeys call in, and provides historical facts about the artists. Of note is the fact that the end of Side D contains an End Credits sequence which was designed to be played by stations not wishing to broadcast the entire four hour show. However, stations that did so had to broadcast the remaining two hours at a later time in order to account for the Page call in. Contains original commercial blocks. There are also tracks by numerous other artists featured, including Bob Dylan, Blind Faith, Joe Cocker, Elton John, Pink Floyd and others. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

World Of Rock on Discogs

NBC Legends Of Rock

NBC Radio Entertainment Records:

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 12-18 September 1988

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP (Side 4 is blank)

Host and Interviewer Ray White chronicles Phil’s career and discusses his life and his music, his divorce and the resulting solo work it generated, and being such an emotionally open songwriter. The show contains much of the same material featured in the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP, along with commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums. Album tracks include Like China, Don’t Lose My Number and  The West Side. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Legends Of Rock on Discogs

Up Close Phil Collins:

Media America Radio Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 24 December 1989

pre-FM Double Compact Disc

Another interview special which chronicles Phil’s career and music with Host and Interviewer Dan Neer.

Neer, like Mary Turner, hosted a series of interview shows featuring artists of the day. The series, titled Up Close with Dan Neer, ran from the late ’80’s into the 2000’s, and you can find more items in this series HERE.

This show includes commercials and studio tracks from many of Phil’s albums. Tracks included are Another Day In Paradise, All Of My Life and I Wish It Would Rain Down. Also included are tracks from Genesis and the BUSTER soundtrack including Behind The Lines and Two Hearts.

I don’t have this one in my collection yet, information obtained from the Discogs website.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Up Close Phil Collins on Discogs

The Phil Collins Story:

Unistar Radio Programming Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 19-21 January 1990

pre-FM Triple Vinyl LP

Similar to the above listed special from 1986 on the USPN Records label, but repackaged for broadcast to coincide with Phil’s 1989 release BUT SERIOUSLY…

Hosted by DJ Ed Sciaky, and like many other interview specials, the show also contains much of the same material featured in the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP, along with commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums. Album tracks include classic Collins songs like In he Air Tonight, Against All Odds and Easy Lover along with newer tracks such as Another Day In Paradise, Heat On The Street and I Wish It Would Rain Down. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

The Phil Collins Story on Discogs

The Phil Collins Story:

Unistar Radio Programming Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 16-18 February 1990

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP (Side D is blank)

Similar to the interview special listed directly above, but this show is presented on two LPs (Side D is blank) and not three.

I do not have this item in my personal collection; information and images obtained from an eBay listing.

Classic Cuts #CC-V3-165:

MJI Broadcasting Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 19 February 1990

pre-FM Single Vinyl LP

Part of the Classic Cuts series of shows which featured small interview clips, musical tracks and commercial blocks intended for use by radio stations to create complete programs. This show contains a segment with Phil at the start of Side A.

The segment contains several very brief interview clips in which Phil discusses making the video for Take Me Home as well as his feelings on the tune Sussudio. Both tracks are included along with the interview clips.

The show also features songs by Eddie Money, Iron Butterfly, America and The Grateful Dead, as well as interview clips with Money, Lee Dorman (of Butterfly), Dewey Bunnell (of America) and Mickey Hart of (The Dead). From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Classic Cuts # 165 on Discogs

Rock Stars Phil Collins:

Radio Today Entertainment Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 19 February – 3 March 1990

pre-FM Double Compact Disc

An excellent, in-depth interview special from the Radio Today entertainment group, released in early 1990.

Host John Sebestian (formerly of The Lovin’ Spoonful) interviews Phil in person to discuss his history with Genesis and as a solo artist. This special also centers on Phil’s 1989 release BUT SERIOUSLY… and features lots of tunes from the album. Collins appears in the studio with Sebastian, and the interview segments do not utilize pre-recorded answers.

Album tracks include Take Me Home, I Wish It Would Rain Down and Something Happened On The Way To Heaven.

Disc One has three tracks, and Disc Two has nine tracks, two of which are promo spots, while the remaining three are short interview bits with only Phil’s voice. The set also includes commercial blocks. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Rock Stars Phil Collins on Discogs

Phil Collins: Profiled (PR3092-2):

Atlantic Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day  (Possibly February) 1990 

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Dan Neer once again chronicles Phil’s career, his music and his latest release (at that time), BUT SERIOUSLY… on another official Atlantic Records release.

Neer’s voice is not present anywhere on the disc, but detailed questions are listed in the liner notes. (See the pics in the Gallery to the right for scans of the booklet inside and outside. Keep in mind that the booklet is a tri-fold insert, so when you look at the scans, you are looking at all three pages folded flat.)

Again, the disc is an official release from Atlantic Records for promotional use, and contains studio tracks from the listed album along with interview segments.

The first track on this disc is the full “interview” featuring Phil discussing tracks from the album. Those tracks are Another Day In Paradise, Find A Way To My Heart, Something Happened On The Way To Heaven and I Wish It Would Rain Down. The next set of tracks (02-08) are radio promo spots and the remaining tracks (Track 09-19) contain the interview answers only, and are much more detailed than the profile on the first track. Coupled together, the entire set creates an intimate interview that radio station DJs used to promote the album and imply that Phil was actually sitting in the studio. Similar to the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP in that it contains an “Answers Only” selection of tracks. It also contains a “profile” track which has Phil speaking about making the album along with the aforementioned studio tracks. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Phil Collins Profiled 1990 on Discogs

Phil Collins:
Profile / Interview
(PROC 90038 Volume 38):

WEA Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – February 1990

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Canadian promotional release containing several tracks from other artists (Peter Frampton, Sattalites, K.D. Lang and others) along with a twenty-five minute interview segment with Phil near the end of the CD, plus a track containing radio station liners read by Phil.

The interview segment in question and the station liners are identical to the above listed Profiled disc. Why they would choose to stick the Profiled segments onto the tail end of a compilation disc is something I’ll never understand, especially since the previous Canadian versions of these type of shows were their own separate releases. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

WEA Promo Disc on Discogs

The Phil Collins Story:

Unistar Radio Programming Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 6-8 July 1990

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Another interview special which chronicles Phil’s career and music, also under the Unistar Records label. This set, however, comes in a two LP package versus the above listed version which is a triple vinyl set.

Host Steve O’Brien profiles Phil’s career and music, with commercials and studio tracks from many of Phil’s albums. The show contains much of the same material featured in the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP. Tracks included are Take Me Home, Another Day In Paradise and I Wish It Would Rain Down. Also included are tracks from Genesis and the BUSTER soundtrack including Invisible Touch, In Too Deep, A Groovy Kind Of Love and Two Hearts. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

The Phil Collins Story 1990 on Discogs

The Phil Collins Interview 1990

Orlake Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1990

pre-FM 7″ Single Vinyl

This 7″ single is the oddest of all of the Phil Collins interviews I have come across. The same segment and labels appear on both sides of the vinyl. The brief interview (clocking in at only 6:13) consists of an unidentified man and woman – both with British accents – speaking to Phil in what appears to be a bathroom or water closet! In fact, the interviewer starts off the segment by saying: “Welcome to another edition of In The Toilet With…”

As further proof of the surroundings, the interviewer first flushes a toilet, and at the end of the segment, asks Phil to do so as well, and Phil complies. The odd interview then continues to briefly discuss Phil’s 1989 release BUT SERIOUSLY… 

The recording appears to have been made on a night when Phil won Best Solo Artist and one other trophy for Favorite Track of 1989 by Radio One Listeners for the song Another Day In Paradise, because the interviewer alludes to both awards as Phil having just won them, but it is unclear at which award show the interview was conducted. The vinyl is completely white, as can be seen in the provided scan. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Phil Collins Interview 1990 on Discogs

The Compleat Phil Collins

BBC Transcription Service Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1990

pre-FM Quintuple Vinyl LP

First things first, no I did not misspell the title of this release. It is listed on Discogs (which is the source for this listing) as The Compleat Phil Collins. I don’t have much information on this one except that it is a five LP set and appears to be an interview and music special from the BBC archives.

Complete track listing can be found here:

The Compleat Phil Collins on Discogs

The Phil Collins Story:

Unistar Radio Programming Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 11-13 January 1991

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP

Another interview special which chronicles Phil’s career and music, also under the Unistar Records label. This set also comes in a two LP package, and is very similar to the above listed set which aired the week of 6-8 July 1990.

Host and Interviewer Steve O’Brien profiles Phil’s career and music, with commercials and studio tracks from many of Phil’s albums. Tracks included are One More Night, Something Happened On The Way To Heaven and I Wish It Would Rain Down. Two tracks from Genesis are also included, specifically In Too Deep and Tonight, Tonight, Tonight. I don’t have this one in my collection yet; information obtained via Discogs website.

Complete track listing can be found here:

The Phil Collins Story 1991 on Discogs

Phil Collins: Up-Close # 91-03:

Media America Radio Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1991

pre-FM Double Compact Disc

Host and Interviewer Dan Neer once again chronicles Phil’s career and discusses his life, his music and his latest release (at that time), BUT SERIOUSLY…

 The show contains much of the same material featured in the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP, along with commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums. Album tracks include Something Happened On The Way To Heaven, I Missed Again and I Don’t Care Anymore. I do not have this show in my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Up Close #91-03 on The Movement

Phil Collins: Off The Record Special # 93-49:

Westwood One Radio Networks Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 29 November 1993

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Another in the Off The Record Special series. (Note the disc lists the title as “Special” and not “Specials”, as was the title for this series when it was released on vinyl.)

Commercial blocks and album tracks are included. I do not have this in my collection; information obtained from an eBay listing.

Phil Collins: Up-Close # 9350, 51, 52:

Media America Radio Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1993

pre-FM Triple Compact Disc

Another in the Up Close series with Dan Neer. Includes history, interviews and lots of great Phil Collins and Genesis music. Compact discs are numbered # 9350, # 9351 and # 9352.

The set features tracks from Phil’s latest release (at that time), BOTH SIDES. Collins does not appear in the studio with Neer, and many of his pre-recorded answers can also be found on the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP. Commercial blocks are included. Album tracks include Both Sides Of The Story, Like China and Inside Out. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Up Close #9350-52 on Discogs

Phil Collins: The Story – The Interview Disc (PRCD 5370-2):

Atlantic Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1993

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Dan Neer once again chronicles Phil’s career and discusses his life, his music and his latest release (at that time), BOTH SIDES on an official Atlantic Records release.

Neer’s voice is not present anywhere on the disc, but detailed questions are listed in the liner notes. (See the Gallery for scans of the booklet inside and outside. Keep in mind that the booklet is a tri-fold insert, so when you look at the scans, you are looking at all three pages folded flat.)

Again, the disc is an official release from Atlantic Records for promotional use, and contains four studio tracks from the listed album along with interview segments. Tracks included are Both Sides Of The Story, Everyday, We Fly So Close and We Wait And We Wonder. Similar to the COLLINS ON COLLINS LP and the Phil Collins Profiled 1990 compact disc in that it contains an “Answers Only” selection of tracks. It also contains a “profile” track which has Phil speaking about making the album along with the aforementioned studio tracks. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Phil Collins The Story on Discogs

Off The Record Specials #93-XX:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1993

pre-FM Double Vinyl LP OR pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Host and Interviewer Mary Turner “meets” with Phil and discusses his life and his music, along with his latest release (at that time), BOTH SIDES, on which Phil played all of the instruments. Once again, the show is designed to sound as if Turner actually got Phil into the studio to interview him in person.

The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums including Survivors, Both Sides Of The Story and Another Day In Paradise along with a live version of I Can’t Dance. I do not have these LPs in my personal collection, though I do have a CDR copy, therefore, incomplete information is available at this time. Given the time frame for this recording, it is possible that the source of this show is on compact disc and not vinyl.

Complete track listing can be found here:

OTRSP #93-XX on The Movement

Phil Collins Both Sides #94-36:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – 29 August 1994

pre-FM Double Compact Disc

A double CD special released to promote Phil’s 1994 album BOTH SIDES.

The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil and Genesis albums including Everyday, Both Sides Of The Story, Follow You, Follow Me, Two Hearts, Do You Remember?, Invisible Touch and Take Me Home. I do not have these CDs in my personal collection, therefore, incomplete information is available at this time.  Information taken from an eBay listing.

Phil Collins Music Special, Hour 1:

Entertainment Radio Networks

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – 24 January 1996

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

This is a two hour / two compact disc interview show with Phil Collins, hosted by Dana Miller. I currently own Disc One / Hour 1 from the set, Disc Two / Hour 2 is not available.

Collins does not appear in the studio with Miller, and the interview segments utilize pre-recorded answers. There are four tracks on Disc One / Hour 1 of this set. The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums including Both Sides Of The Story, Everyday and Two Hearts, along with Genesis hits No Son of Mine, In Too Deep and That’s All. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Superstar Music Special on Discogs

Phil Collins Dance Into The Light Interview Disc:

Face Value Records

Recording Date – August 1996

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Another official release, this time from Face Value Records. Similar to the previously listed interview discs involving the BUT SERIOUSLY and BOTH SIDES albums, but details are slim given that I do not have this item in my collection. 

Complete track listing can be found here:

Dance Into The Light Interview Disc on Discogs

Off The Record Classic #97-11:

Westwood One Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Week of 10 March 1997

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Host and Interviewer Cat McEwen chronicles Phil’s life and his music, (in a rather pompous and overbearing fashion I might add – her “very proper British” accent sounds almost fake!) along with his latest release (at that time), DANCE INTO THE LIGHT, and his Big Band outings. I’m not sure about the spelling of the host as I cannot seem to find any information on her anywhere, and her name is not listed on the Cue Sheet, but she is not the usual Off The Record Specials host, Mary Turner. 

Some bits sound as if Phil is in the studio with the host and others are clearly taken from the aforementioned COLLINS ON COLLINS LP. The show contains commercials and studio tracks from several of Phil’s albums including Dance Into The Light, Take Me Down and The Times They Are A’ Changing, along with Genesis classics such as Abacab, Follow You, Follow Me and Dancing With The Moonlit Knight. From my personal collection.

Complete track listing can be found here:

OTRC #97-11 on Discogs

Phil Collins… Interview (PC HITS1):

WEA Records

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – Unknown Month/Day 1998

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Similar to the other officially released interview discs listed here, this item features Phil discussing his  …HITS release.

I do not have this item in my personal collection, information obtained from the Discogs listing.

Complete track listing can be found here:

Phil Collins… Interview on Discogs

In The Studio with Redbeard Show #619:

WinStar Radio Services

No Jacket Required 15th Anniversary Special

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast –

1 May 2000

One of the many shows from nationally syndicated radio personality Redbeard’s In The Studio series.

Host and Interviewer Redbeard interviews Phil in person on what presumably was the fifteenth anniversary of the release of Phil’s 1985 album NO JACKET REQUIRED. I do not have this item in my personal collection; information obtained from an eBay listing.

NOTE: I do have a few shows  from this series on compact disc in the Genesis Radio Specials section, and I have made a few internet stream captures which are listed next.

In The Studio with Redbeard:

BeardedFISCH LLC

Unknown recording dates

Original Broadcasts – January 2015 – February 2016

Internet Stream Captures

Captured directly from nationally syndicated radio personality Redbeard’s In The Studio website, host Redbeard interviews Phil in person on three separate occasions to discuss various aspects of his career.

The first interview relates to the thirtieth anniversary of Phil’s album NO JACKET REQUIRED, and was posted to Redbeard’s website on 18 January 2015.

The second interview centers on the 2016 reissue (and thirty-fifth anniversary) of Phil’s first solo effort FACE VALUE, and was posted on 24 January 2016.

The last interview deals with the 2016 reissue of Phil’s second LP  HELLO, I MUST BE GOING and was posted to the site on 21 February 2016.

All three interview specials were ultimately made available to radio stations on compact disc for broadcast, and the interview segments clearly have sections where commercials and studio tracks were inserted. However, as I do not have these discs in my collection, I captured the audio from the website using the Goldwave Audio program. The interviews themselves are very detailed and extensive in terms of topics discussed. From my personal collection.

You can listen to these three interviews, along with several other PC and Genesis related interviews HERE

Johnnie Walker Meets… Phil Collins

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – 27 December 2016

pre-FM Double Compact Disc

Phil discusses his life and career in a candid, two hour interview special with Host and Interviewer Johnnie Walker. Available on a two compact discs. I do not have this show in my collection; information obtained from an eBay listing.

All Access Presents Phil Collins Face Value – Both Sides

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – February 2016

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Phil discusses two of his solo albums in a candid, one hour interview special with Host and Interviewer Dan Neer. Released to coincide with Phil’s TAKE A LOOK AT ME NOW boxed set. I do not have this show in my collection; information obtained from an eBay listing.

All Access Presents Phil Collins The Singles:

Neer Perfect Productions

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – October 2016

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

Host and Interviewer Dan Neer interviews Phil and discusses the release of his autobiography, NOT DEAD YET, as well as his latest musical release SINGLES. Songs include Wake Up Call, In The Air Tonight and Take Me Home. I do not have this show in my collection; information obtained from an eBay listing.

The Classics Show # 17-22: Phil Collins The Return

United Stations Radio Networks

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – 27-28 May 2017

pre-FM Double Compact Disc

Host and Interviewer Steve Downes (remember him?) chronicles Phil’s life and his music, and his recent “return” to the spotlight, in this two hour radio special from May of 2017.

The show contains commercials and studio tracks spanning Phil’s lengthy career, including his time with Genesis. There are also tracks from Robert Plant and Eric Clapton included. I do not have this show in my collection; information obtained from an eBay listing.

In The Studio Show #1539:

Hello, I Must Be Going 35th Anniversary Special

X Radio Networks

Unknown recording date

Original Broadcast – December 2017

pre-FM Single Compact Disc

One hour / one disc radio special with interviews and music, hosted by nationally syndicated DJ / host Redbeard. This may be the same show as previously listed above in the internet stream captures listing. I do not have this item in my personal collection; information obtained from an eBay listing.

That’s it for Phil’s Radio Interview Specials. Of course, as I discover more such items, I will add them to the list. For now, click HERE for the Genesis Radio Interview Specials – Various dates.