New Classic Rock Presents Prog On Sale Now!
And it’s celebrating 1971: prog’s big bang…
Kaboom! The latest issue of Classic Rock Presents Prog gets inside 1971, the year that prog rock broke. Interviews with Jon Anderson, Roy Harper, Gentle Giant, Caravan, ELP and more profile the birth of prog, as Fish, Steve Hogarth, Peter Nicholls, Nick Barrett, Brian Devoil, John Mitchell and Steven Wilson describe how their young lives were shaped by the sights and sounds that came out of this year, and how it changed music forever as they carried the torch on. To cap it all, we’ve collated your votes in our 1971 Readers’ Top Ten. Is your favourite in there? Grab a copy now and find out…
Also in the issue:
Jon Anderson on ABWH – the band that said no to Yes!
John Wetton returns – healthier, happier and ready to spread his wings.
Jakszyk, Fripp & Collins – what the Schizoid men did next.
Kate Bush stars as our maverick – through the eyes of brother John Carder Bush.
Devin Townsend – the mad professor of prog metal gets experimental.
Plus: Symphony X, Mogwai, Caravan, …Trail Of Dead, King’s X, Blackfield, Marillion, Yes, Arbouretum, UK, Nektar, Moon Duo, Michael Giles, Blood Ceremony, Touchstone, Roger Waters, Comus, Amorphis, Neal Morse, Wobbler – and, of course, Rick Wakeman’s regular Caped Crusades column.
There’s always the free CD too featuring 11 artists from Solstice to Graveyard with an EXCLUSIVE Jon Anderson track on as well.
If you can’t get to a newsagent, find Prog here.
It really is the dawning of a new era.
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