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Um meinen Söhnen wieder nahe zu sein, habe ich mir eine kleine Wohnung in New York genommen. Schlussarie einer glamourösen Opern-Liebe: Anna Netrebko und Erwin Schrott haben sich nach sechs Jahren Beziehung getrennt.
Sie lebt in New York, er arbeitet in Los Angeles. Jetzt spricht Mariah Carey über die Fernbeziehung und ihre Ehe-Probleme.
Er wollte das Schlagzeug-Solo seines Sohnes Nicholas geniessen. Doch der kippte plötzlich nach hinten und der Musiker lag zunächst hilflos auf dem Rücken.
Sofort kamen Sicherheitskräfte herbeigeeilt und halfen dem Jährigen wieder auf die Beine. Wie es genau um den Gesundheitszustand des Sängers bestellt ist, ist nicht bekannt.
Angeblich handelt der Song davon, dass Collins einen Mann beim Ertrinken beobachtete. Eine andere Theorie besagt, er thematisiere darin seine Probleme mit Ehefrau Nummer eins, Andrea Bertorelli Der Sänger war bis heute dreimal verheiratet, seine letzte Ehe mit Orianne Bates 45 scheiterte im siebten Jahr.
Acht Jahre nach der offiziellen Scheidung wurden die beiden erneut ein Paar, bis Collins Bates Gerüchten zufolge im Oktober aus seinem Haus geworfen haben soll.
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Magenta SmartHome: Steuern Sie Ihr Zuhause ganz einfach und bequem per Fingertipp. The group received a Grammy Award their only one and a nomination for the MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year in for the single " Land of Confusion " which featured puppet caricatures created by the British satirical team Spitting Image.
Reviews of Invisible Touch were mixed and many comparisons were made with Collins's solo work, but Rolling Stone' s J. Considine praised the album's commercial appeal, stating, "every tune is carefully pruned so that each flourish delivers not an instrumental epiphany but a solid hook".
Collins's first film role since embarking on his music career came in with the British romantic comedy drama-crime film Buster.
He starred as Buster Edwards , a criminal convicted for his role in the Great Train Robbery. His slow ballad rendition of " A Groovy Kind of Love ", originally by the Mindbenders , became his only single to reach No.
The film also spawned the hit single " Two Hearts ", which he co-wrote with Lamont Dozier ; the two artists won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song and receive an Oscar nomination in the same category.
Film critic Roger Ebert said the role of Buster was "played with surprising effectiveness" by Collins, although the film's soundtrack proved more successful than the film.
In August , Collins appeared as a special guest for The Who on their tour for two shows, performing "Fiddle About" as Uncle Ernie and "Tommy's Holiday Camp" from their rock opera Tommy From April to October , Collins recorded his fourth album But Seriously in England and Los Angeles, which saw him address social and political themes in his lyrics.
The album was released in November to worldwide commercial success, spending No. Upon its release in October , it went to No.
Despite its success, the song was also heavily criticised and became linked to allegations of hypocrisy made against Collins. It's a misconception that if you have a lot of money you're somehow out of touch with reality.
But Seriously also reached the top-five in the US: " Something Happened on the Way to Heaven ", " Do You Remember? But Seriously was supported with the Seriously, Live!
World Tour which ran between February and October and covered dates. The tour spawned the live album Serious Hits In February , Collins performed "Another Day in Paradise" at the Brit Awards which won British Single of the Year , and in September he performed "Sussudio" at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.
In , Collins reconvened with Banks and Rutherford to write and record a new Genesis album, We Can't Dance. It became the band's fifth consecutive No.
It features the singles " Jesus He Knows Me ", " I Can't Dance ", " No Son of Mine ", and " Hold on My Heart ". Collins performed on their tour.
Collins worked on his fifth studio album, Both Sides , in and It marked a departure from his more polished and up-tempo songs on recent albums to material more experimental in nature, with Collins performing all the instruments and producing the record himself, because the songs written "were becoming so personal, so private, I didn't want anyone else's input".
The decline of his second marriage was a focal point of the album. It marked a drop in sales in the latter when compared to his previous records, only reaching a single platinum certification by the end of the year.
Its two biggest singles were " Both Sides of the Story " and " Everyday ". The Both Sides of the World Tour saw Collins perform shows across four legs between April and May Collins turned down the chance to contribute to Tower of Song , an album of covers of Leonard Cohen songs, due to his touring commitments.
In the months surrounding his departure from Genesis, Collins formed the Phil Collins Big Band , seating himself on the drums. He had wanted to undertake the project for some time and felt inspired from the Burning for Buddy project that drummer Neil Peart had put together.
Having moved to Switzerland, an invitation to perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival led to the band to come together, which featured Quincy Jones as conductor and Tony Bennett on vocals.
Their first date was at the Royal Albert Hall for a Prince's Trust concert with Queen Elizabeth II and Nelson Mandela in attendance.
To learn his parts, Collins devised his own notation on sheets. In October , Collins released his sixth solo album, Dance into the Light.
The album was received negatively by the music press and sold less than his previous albums. Entertainment Weekly reviewed by saying that "even Phil Collins must know that we all grew weary of Phil Collins".
Collins toured the album through with his Trip into the Light World Tour, covering 82 dates. He performed "Take Me Home" at the Music for Montserrat benefit concert in London during this time, alongside Paul McCartney , Elton John , Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler , and Sting.
In October , Collins released his first compilation album Hits which contains a new track, a cover of " True Colors " by Cyndi Lauper that was produced by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds ,.
In the mids Collins was recruited to write and perform songs for its adventure film Tarzan , integrated with a score by Mark Mancina.
Collins also sang his songs in French, Italian, German, and Spanish for the dubbed versions of the film's soundtrack.
His song " You'll Be in My Heart " was released in June and spent 19 weeks at No. In , the song won Collins an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award , both for Best Original Song.
He performed " Two Worlds " at that year's ceremony and the Disney-themed Super Bowl halftime show. In June , Collins was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
On 11 November , Collins released his seventh solo album, Testify. Metacritic 's roundup of album reviews found this record to be the worst-reviewed album at the time of its release, though it has since been surpassed by three more recent releases.
Testify sold , copies in the US by year's end. Disney hired Collins and Tina Turner to perform on the soundtrack to its animated feature Brother Bear , which included the song " Look Through My Eyes ".
Collins reunited with Banks and Rutherford and announced Turn It On Again: The Tour on 7 November , nearly 40 years after the band first formed.
The tour took place during summer , and played in twelve countries across Europe, followed by a second leg in North America.
During the tour Genesis performed at the Live Earth concert at Wembley Stadium , London. In October , it was reported that Collins was to record a Motown covers album.
He told a German newspaper, "I want the songs to sound exactly like the originals", and that the album would feature up to 30 songs. He also revealed that Collins managed to play the drums on the album despite a spinal operation.
It reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. These included a special programme, Phil Collins: One Night Only , aired on ITV1 on 18 September Collins also promoted Going Back with his first and only appearance on the BBC's music series Later In March , Collins was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Genesis at a ceremony in New York City.
Hits re-entered the US charts, reaching No. In November , Collins told German media that he was considering a return to music and speculated that this could mean further live shows with Genesis, stating: "Everything is possible.
We could tour in Australia and South America. We haven't been there yet. On 24 January , Collins announced in an interview with Inside South Florida that he was writing new compositions with fellow English singer Adele.
I live in a cave. I really love her voice. I love some of this stuff she's done, too. He ultimately missed the concert due to illness.
In May , Collins signed a deal with Warner Music Group to have his solo albums remastered and reissued with previously unreleased material.
In October , Collins's autobiography Not Dead Yet was published. A review in The Telegraph stated: "Unlike the body, the voice is largely unravaged by time.
In March , Collins, Banks, and Rutherford announced they had reformed Genesis and are to undertake The Last Domino? Tour in December which was subsequently rescheduled, initially to April and later to September in response to the COVID pandemic.
It will feature his son Nic on the drums. In his book on the "legends" who defined progressive rock drumming, American drummer Rich Lackowski wrote: "Phil Collins's grooves in early Genesis recordings paved the way for many talented drummers to come.
His ability to make the drums bark with musicality and to communicate so convincingly in odd time signatures left many a drummer tossing on the headphones and playing along to Phil's lead.
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins cites Collins as one of his drumming heroes. Anyone who wants to be good on the drums should check him out — the man is a master.
He said, "Phil is almost like John Bonham to me. I hear his personality, his perspective. In , he was voted as Big Band drummer of the year.
In , he was inducted into the Hall of Fame. Past kits he used were made by Pearl and Premier. Other instruments associated with Collins's sound particularly in his post Genesis and solo career include the Roland TR , Roland TR , the Simmons SDS-V electronic drum set, and the Linn LM-1 and LinnDrum drum machines.
Collins had cameo appearances in Steven Spielberg 's Hook and the AIDS docudrama And the Band Played On He starred in Frauds , which competed for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
A long-discussed but never completed project was a film titled The Three Bears ; originally meant to star Collins, Danny DeVito , and Bob Hoskins.
He often mentioned the film, though an appropriate script never materialised. Collins's music is featured in the satirical black comedy film American Psycho , with psychotic lead character Patrick Bateman played by Christian Bale portrayed as an obsessive fan who reads deep meaning into his work, especially with Genesis, while describing his solo music as " He also appeared in an episode of the series Miami Vice , entitled " Phil the Shill ", in which he plays a cheating con-man.
In the s he appeared in several comedy sketches with The Two Ronnies on BBC One. In , Collins was one of several celebrities who were tricked into appearing in a controversial British comedy series, Brass Eye , shown on public service broadcaster Channel 4.
In the episode, Collins endorsed a hoax anti- paedophile campaign wearing a T-shirt with the words "Nonce Sense" and warned children against speaking to suspicious people.
Collins was reported by the BBC to have consulted lawyers regarding the programme, which was originally pulled from broadcast but eventually rescheduled.
Collins said he had taken part in the programme "in good faith for the public benefit", believing it to be "a public service programme that would be going around schools and colleges in a bid to stem child abduction and abuse".
Collins also accused the makers of the programme of "some serious taste problems" and warned it would prevent celebrities from supporting "public spirited causes" in the future.
Collins appeared as himself in the PSP and PS2 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. Set in , he appears in three missions in which the main character, Victor , must save him from a gang that is trying to kill him, the final mission occurring during his concert, where the player must defend the scaffolding against saboteurs while Collins is performing "In the Air Tonight".
After this, the player is given the opportunity to watch this performance of "In the Air Tonight" for only 6, dollars in the game.
Many believed that Collins himself was the drummer. When asked about Gorilla , Collins jokingly commented that "Not only is he a better drummer than me, he also has more hair.
Can he sing too? The show's creators admitted resenting losing to Collins, as they felt their other competitors were more worthy.
The Phil Collins character returns once more and gets killed off in the episode Collins appears briefly in the Finnish animated sitcom Pasila in the episode "Phil Collins Hangover".
It Was Murdered! According to a BBC biography of Collins, "critics sneer at him" and "bad publicity also caused problems", which "damaged his public profile".
Strong wrote that Collins "truly polarised opinion from the start, his ubiquitous smugness and increasingly sterile pop making him a favourite target for critics".
Nice guy , patron saint of ordinary blokes ", to someone accused of "blandness, tax exile and ending a marriage by sending a fax".
Caroline Sullivan, a music critic of The Guardian , referred to his cumulative negative publicity in her article "I wish I'd never heard of Phil Collins", writing that it was difficult for her to hear his work "without being riven by distaste for the man himself".
Several critics have commented on Collins's omnipresence, especially in the s and early s. Naming Collins as one of the ten most disliked pop stars in the world, he wrote: "[Collins] performed at Live Aid , playing first at Wembley, then flying over to Philadelphia via Concorde , just to make sure no one in the U.
By the early s, Phil phatigue [ sic ] had really set in. According to author Dylan Jones in his publication on s popular music, many of Collins's peers "despised" him.
In , former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters criticised Collins's "ubiquitous nature", including his involvement in the Who 's reunion tour.
Look at Phil Collins. He described them as "horrible" and stated: "They're rude and not as talented as they think they are. I won't mince words here, but they've had a go at me personally.
Collins acknowledged in that he had been "omnipresent". He said of his character: "The persona on stage came out of insecurity I recently started transferring all my VHS tapes onto DVD to create an archive, and everything I was watching, I thought, 'God, I'm annoying.
I'm sorry that it was all so successful. I honestly didn't mean it to happen like that! He said: "I have ended up sounding like a tormented weirdo who thinks he was at the Alamo in another life, who feels very sorry for himself, and is retiring hurt because of the bad press over the years.
None of this is true. Paul Lester of The Guardian wrote in that Collins is one of several pop acts that "used to be a joke" but are "now being hailed as gods".
Lucia  and Sleigh Bells ,  electronica artist Lorde ,  and soul singer Diane Birch , who said in , "Collins walks a really fine line between being really cheesy and being really sophisticated.
He can seem appalling, but at the same time, he has awesome production values and there's a particular richness to the sound.
It's very proficient in the instrumentation and savvy about melodies. Genesis bandmate Mike Rutherford has praised Collins's personality, saying that "he always had a bloke-next-door , happy-go-lucky demeanour about him: let's have a drink in the pub, crack a joke, smoke a cigarette or a joint ".