Adroitly named, the title song from ‘The Grand Experiment’ finds Neal Morse trying on a new musical persona – in more ways than one.
When Styx’s “Babe” went to No. 1 at the close of the 1970s, Dennis DeYoung says his former band wasn’t the only one that was changed forever.
Performance of Pink Floyd’s ‘Comfortably Numb’ almost went terribly wrong: ‘I could feel the wall moving’
Dave Kilminster had more to worry about than helping to recreate a Pink Floyd classic during Roger Waters’ epic presentation of ‘The Wall.’
Still in the shadow of ‘Dark Side,’ Pink Floyd started sessions on January 6, 1975 for ‘Wish You Were Here.’ It’s been perpetually underrated ever since.
The smokin’ “Hazard Profile” will be included on a previously unreleased 1974 Montreux performance by Soft Machine with Allan Holdsworth.
Gilad Atzmon discusses his long tenure with the Blockheads, performing on Pink Floyd’s new album and the folly of so-called jazz education.
Genesis’ Tony Banks can’t stand Lamb Lies Down on Broadway: ‘The two albums that came before work better’
Released 40 years ago last November, Genesis’ ‘The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway’ is often hailed a classic. But not by Tony Banks.
Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin discuss the creative process that led to Yes’ deeply underrated ‘Shoot High, Aim Low,’ released as a single on Dec. 31, 1987.
Focusing on the instrumental elements of David Bowie’s Berlin era allows Dylan Howe to brilliantly elaborate on those familiar themes.
Tony Levin discusses the 2014 King Crimson tour set to be chronicled in ‘Live at the Orpheum,’ and the return of a very special artifact from long ago.