New Issue Of Classic Rock Presents Prog Out Now
It’s a tale of two Yes’, as Prog profiles the new band on tour with Fly From Here and celebrates the making of their 71 masterwork Fragile.
Also in this issue:
Prog Rocks! – Launching the EMI megacampaign of reissues from Charisma, Harvest, Superball and InsideOut, and featuring Ian Anderson, Steve Hackett, Dave Brock, Ray Shulman, Mark Kelly and Roine Stolt, as they face-off in the first of a three-part roundtable debate
“I learnt loads from King Crimson.” – Steven Wilson on the making of new album Grace For Drowning
“Talent’s got nothing to do with success!” says Peter Gabriel, as he prepares for his back catalogue’s orchestral reworking
“I jumped in the deep end.” – Radiohead’s Philip Selway on making his own music his own way.
“We could write a book about the goings-on in Magenta. It’s like prog school!” How the newly trimmed-back trio got where they are today…
“I love music full stop. I don’t build barriers.” – Bill Nelson on Be-Bop Deluxe and his 20-album release schedule in just one year!
“We never thought this would last!” – Mastodon come of age.
“I’d go for anything with a wizard on!” – Comedian Bill Bailey revels in his prog record hoard.
Plus: Anathema, 3, Pineapple Thief, Arch/Matheos, Don Airey, Steve Hackett, Touchstone, Pain Of Salvation, Muse, TesseracT, Lunatic Soul and a bumper free Prog Rocks! 16-track CD…
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