Preston Frazier’s new Yes series starts with their debut album’s opening cut — and, already, they are hinting at great things to come.
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Released on February 9, 1981, ‘Face Value’ is a time capsule of everything that made Phil Collins into Phil Collins, and maybe the best thing he ever did.
Preston Frazier discusses Billy Sherwood’s best contributions to prog and pop, both with Yes and with stars like Paul Rodgers and William Shatner.
Andy Jackson’s lengthy association with Pink Floyd opens ‘Signal to Noise’ up to easy comparison. But there’s more to his flinty, individual vision.
The smokin’ “Hazard Profile” will be included on a previously unreleased 1974 Montreux performance by Soft Machine with Allan Holdsworth.
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.
‘At the BBC’ finds Todd Rundgren in a particularly fizzy moment, as he moves from classic pop structures to prog and then into psychedelia.
Tony Levin talks about King Crimson’s remarkable propensity for rebirth, and what might be next.
This isn’t just another evening of string-laden songcraft from Deep Purple; it’s a big-bang moment for the group’s next era.