‘Selling England by the Pound,’ issued on Oct. 12, 1973, found Genesis’ soon-to-vanish five-man lineup at the peak of its powers.
Once again, the Cellar and Point puts disparate classical/jazz/rock/experimental elements together into a consistent, connected whole.
We review the elegiac, deeply moving “Louder Than Words,” as Pink Floyd finally puts to rest old arguments.
King Crimson just concluded an invigorating, return-to-form 20-plus date U.S. tour, their first since 2008.
Deep Purple is reliably good on ‘Celebrating Jon Lord.’ The surprises, however, come from one-of-a-kind combinations of acolytes and fans.
Roger Waters left Pink Floyd almost 30 years ago. But their new album has led to new questions about his involvement in the group.
Phil Collins has been slowing moving back into the spotlight lately, though it’s been as a vocalist rather than a drummer.
“I had every freedom in the world,” Lake tells us, “and yet …”
The song became Yes’ biggest hit, but also a point of contention.
Gillan has worked on behalf of the country since a devastating 1988 earthquake.