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Tag: King Crimson

Review: Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited II (2012)

Genesis, 1971: enter the spartan, black-clad, brooding figure known as Steve Hackett. As stated in previous articles, Genesis is one of the few bands out there about which I can honestly say I love the contributions of every single member who’s ever graced their line-up. Their 1970 sophomore album Trespass is unabashedly my favourite album of theirs and… Read More ›

Force Ten: 10 Ten-Minute Progressive Songs You Should Hear!

Hello readers! We all know progressive artists love a lengthy programme, and there are some truly fantastic prog tunes that stretch well past the twenty-minute marker, but what kind of challenge would it be to compile a list of super-long tunes? I opted instead to put together a list of epic progressive tunes that seemingly go the distance… Read More ›

Into the Lens: Spotlight on Trevor Horn, Part II

If legends, fairy stories, and myths have taught us anything, it’s that saviours can come from unlikely places: Middle Earth was saved by little men with hairy feet who wanted nothing more than to get plastered and dance to the penny whistle; the nephew of a moisture farmer had (and lost) a hand in saving a galaxy far,… Read More ›

Level Five: A Further History of King Crimson

During the late sixties and early seventies, there were a great deal of new art rock bands breaking out in England. The vast majority of them were extremely talented and very few of them were comparable to one another. Unlike with other genres, where bands were often lumped together with other acts just like them, progressive rock developed… Read More ›

FraKctured: An Early History of King Crimson (Islands)

During the late sixties and early seventies, there were a great deal of new art rock bands breaking out in England. The vast majority of them were extremely talented and very few of them were comparable to one another. Unlike with other genres, where bands were often lumped together with other acts just like them, progressive rock developed… Read More ›

FraKctured: An Early History of King Crimson (Lizard)

During the late sixties and early seventies, there were a great deal of new art rock bands breaking out in England. The vast majority of them were extremely talented and very few of them were comparable to one another. Unlike with other genres, where bands were often lumped together with other acts just like them, progressive rock developed… Read More ›

FraKctured: An Early History of King Crimson (In the Wake of Poseidon)

During the late sixties and early seventies, there were a great deal of new art rock bands breaking out in England. The vast majority of them were extremely talented and very few of them were comparable to one another. Unlike with other genres, where bands were often lumped together with other acts just like them, progressive rock developed… Read More ›

FraKctured: An Early History of King Crimson (In the Court of the Crimson King)

During the late sixties and early seventies, there were a great deal of new art rock bands breaking out in England. The vast majority of them were extremely talented and very few of them were comparable to one another. Unlike with other genres, where bands were often lumped together with other acts just like them, progressive rock developed… Read More ›

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