Articles by: Preston Frazier

Adam Larson, saxophonist and band leader: Something Else! Interview

Adam Larson, saxophonist and band leader: Something Else! Interview

Adam Larson discusses his 2017 album ‘Second City,’ its creation – including the decision to cover a song by Nirvana – and his future plans.

Adam Larson – Second City (2017)

Adam Larson – Second City (2017)

‘Second City’ is a triumphant outing which saxophonist Adam Larson recorded over the course of just one day in March of 2017.

Yes, “City of Love” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

Yes, “City of Love” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

More than any other on Yes’ 1983 platinum-smash ‘90125,’ “City of Love” is a Trevor Rabin song.

Living Colour’s Corey Glover: Something Else! Interview

Living Colour’s Corey Glover: Something Else! Interview

Corey Glover discusses how the forthcoming album ‘Shade’ fits into Living Colour’s storied canon – and why he refused to include one song.

Yes, “Our Song” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

Yes, “Our Song” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

“Our Song,” the B-side to Yes’ mega hit “Owner of The Lonely Heart” is the weakest track on 1983’s ‘90125.’ But it’s not without a few charms.

Dylan Howe, jazz bandleader and Yes drummer: Something Else! Interview

Dylan Howe, jazz bandleader and Yes drummer: Something Else! Interview

Dylan Howe had already made a name for himself as a jazz bandleader and a sideman before he joined his father’s group.

Donald Fagen and the Nightflyers, Aug. 16, 2017: Shows I’ll Never Forget

Donald Fagen and the Nightflyers, Aug. 16, 2017: Shows I’ll Never Forget

Now on tour with a crack new band, Donald Fagen must choose which songs to perform from his extensive catalog. It’s a good problem to have.

Yes, Aug. 7, 2017: Shows I’ll Never Forget

Yes, Aug. 7, 2017: Shows I’ll Never Forget

Was the performance at the YEStival in Baltimore epic? The answer is Yes!

Yes, “Leave It” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

Yes, “Leave It” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

“Leave It,” the second single from 1983’s ‘90125,’ ranks as one of Yes’ most oddball tracks. But what a glorious oddball it is!

Toto, “Only the Children” from The Seventh One (1988): Toto Tuesdays

Toto, “Only the Children” from The Seventh One (1988): Toto Tuesdays

Toto’s “Only the Children,” written by David Paich and Joseph Williams, is another testament to a composing partnership that was prematurely cut short.

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