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"That's All" is a song by Genesis. The song, a group composition with lyrics written by lead singer/drummer Phil Collins, appears as the second track on their 1983 album Genesis, and was its second single after "Mama".
The US single, which went to number six in early 1984 (making it their first US top-10 hit), included "Second Home by the Sea" as the B-side. The UK single featured "Taking It All Too Hard" as the flipside, and went to number 16. Another single version included a live version of "Firth of Fifth" from 1981.
The song was intended as an attempt to write a simple pop song with a melody in the style of The Beatles. Phil Collins acknowledged in subsequent interviews that the song also features one of his attempts at a "Ringo Starr drum part".
The song begins with Tony Banks playing the main riff of the song on a Yamaha CP-70 Electric Grand Piano. The other keyboards used on this song are aSequential Circuits Prophet-10 for organ pads and a Synclavier II for the organ solo in the middle section. The coda lapses into a somewhat dischordant guitar solo played by Mike Rutherford, as the drum beat intensifies, before the song fades away.
The video depicts the band as homeless men playing cards and keeping warm at an open fire. It was the first time Genesis used director Jim Yukich (Phil's former director) for one of their promos.
The song was played live during the Mama, Invisible Touch, The Way We Walk, and Calling All Stations (with Ray Wilson on vocals) Tours. The song was played only during the first few shows of the Calling All Stations tour, before it was completely dropped.
|Irish Singles Chart||6|
|UK Singles Chart||16|
|US Billboard Hot 100||6|
|Austrian Singles Chart||19|
|Swiss Singles Chart||15|
Canadian country music group Doc Walker covered the song on their 2008 album Beautiful Life. It was released as the second single from the project and peaked at No. 68 on the Canadian Hot 100.
Clare & the Reasons covered the song on their second album, Arrow, released in 2009.