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Bill Bruford's Earthworks: 30 Years On

Editions EG Records, released January 1987

Bought: HMV Oxford Street, 1987

8/10

Some musicians have a unique touch – you can identify them within a few notes. 488 more words

Album Reviews

Album : Larks' Tongues in Aspic - King Crimson

CB’s friend Tim, with a sly smile (Illegal) on his face  said “You’re going to like these guys”.  CB hadn’t even heard of this band.  He lent me the record and I did what I thought I should do, I listened to it.   603 more words

YES-TALES FROM TOPOGRAPHIC OCEANS-DELUXE EDITION BOX SET.

YES-TALES FROM TOPOGRAPHIC OCEANS-DELUXE EDITION BOX SET.

After a three month break, Yes’ 1972-1973 Close To The Edge Tour was due to resume on the 8th of March 1973. 3,286 more words

Rock

Weekly Vinyl – King Crimson

Young Person’s Guide to King Crimson
King Crimson
(1976)

To call this disc a “best-of record” would be to underrate it. It is more than a “best-of” compilation. 136 more words

Weekly Vinyl

Yes Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

As I write this I am listening to a very good quality soundboard recording of Yes Live in New Haven, CT from July 24, 1971. They were playing in the Yale University football stadium (a very small stadium) as the opening act for Grand Funk Railroad. 609 more words

King Crimson - On (And Off) The Road (19 disc Deluxe Box Set)

‘On (And Off) The Road’ is the latest in DGM/Panegyric’s super deluxe King Crimson box set series. As opposed to previous sets which concentrated on individual albums, this one breaks the mould by covering the band’s three 1980s albums – ‘Discipline’ (1981), ‘Beat’ (1982), and ‘Three Of A Perfect Pair’ (1984). 1,404 more words

CD Review

YES - Tales From Topographic Oceans Definitive Deluxe Edition

Forty three years after its original release, the controversially divisive ‘Tales From Topographic Oceans’ has just been released by Panegyric in two different deluxe formats. A 3 x cd/ 1 x blu-ray disc version – reviewed here, and a 2 x cd/2 x DVD-A version. 1,257 more words

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