Post Tagged with: "Progressive Rock"

Something Else! sneak peek: Yes, "We Can Fly" (2011)

Yes, working now in tandem to Jon Anderson’s revitalized solo career, returns with a reworked song from the last time they issued an album without him.

Adrian Belew on songs from King Crimson, his Power Trio and the Bears: Gimme Five

Adrian Belew on songs from King Crimson, his Power Trio and the Bears: Gimme Five

Discover why Adrian Belew likes working with younger musicians, and how he’d like to push Crimson’s double-trio format even further out

Adrian Belew, of King Crimson: Something Else! Interview

Adrian Belew, of King Crimson: Something Else! Interview

We talked to Adrian Belew during an extended hiatus for King Crimson. But it’s not like he’d been sitting idly by.

Trey Gunn – Untune The Sky (2004)

by Tom Johnson Newly free of King Crimson in 2004, some wondered just what it was that Warr guitarist Trey Gunn would be doing. A great short answer came in the form of Untune the Sky

Jon Anderson – Survival and Other Stories (2011)

Too often, it was like Jon Anderson didn’t want to make a solo record that sounded too much like Yes. As interesting as these sideroads no doubt were, they gave few clues to how his own voice fit into the wider topography of the band.

Half Notes: King Crimson – Thrak (1995)

by Tom Johnson Just because King Crimson is one of my all-time favorites doesn’t mean that I have to trot out the old standard In the Court of the Crimson King. I don’t particularly care for it, regardless of its standing as a prog-classic. The one that I return to, time and time again, is 1995’s Thrak. Not because itRead More

Jakszyk, Fripp and Collins – A Scarcity Of Miracles (2011)

It was only a matter of time before Robert Fripp came out of hiding again. Notoriously reclusive, the unusual guitarist seems to disappear just when things seem to get really interesting, such as a few years ago when

One Track Mind: ANT-BEE, featuring Peter Banks, "Endless Journey" (2011)

“Endless Journey,” a thrilling little space-rock number by ANT-BEE, begins appropriately enough: With a countdown and then a rocket launch. The unmistakable tone of Peter Banks’ guitar floats by next

Neal Morse, Christian prog-rocker: Something Else! Interview

Neal Morse, Christian prog-rocker: Something Else! Interview

Neal Morse, former frontman for Spock’s Beard, joined us for an Something Else! Sitdown in advance of the release of his long-awaited ‘Testimony 2.’

Genesis – 1976-1982, Remixed and Remastered (2007)

My favorite period of Genesis’ history — the years just after the iconic Peter Gabriel had left the group, when the band shouldn’t have been able to be a success, but drummer Phil Collins stepped up the mic and brought his own brand of iconic, if short, stature to the front of the stage, and somehow made it work. Many,Read More

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