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561. industry

As the story goes, Robert Fripp shut down the original King Crimson in 1974, claiming an overall disgust with the way the music industry world was going in those days. 90 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse

Dr. Bill Bruford's Uncharted: Creativity and the Expert Drummer

How many of your favorite albums has Bill Bruford played on?

All those amazing early Yes albums (oh man, who can ever forget the way the drums come back in along with Rick Wakeman’s organ solo in “Roundabout”?), plus King Crimson albums like  99 more words

Progressive Rock

Rick's Retroarchy: Favorite 2017 Reissues

by Rick Krueger

I still have a few more albums to listen to before finalizing my favorite new releases of 2017.  To warm up, here are the reissues from this past year that: 515 more words

Progressive Rock

Watch This Amazing Rare Footage of Yes from 1969!

We’re thrilled to learn that original Yes keyboard player Tony Kaye will be performing with the full current Yes lineup of Steve Howe, Alan White, Geoff Downes, Jon Davison and Billy Sherwood on the #YES50 anniversary tour! 89 more words

Bruford: Seems Like a Lifetime Ago, 1977-1980 -- A Review

by Rick Krueger

I think it’s fair to say that this 8-disc set is going to be my reissue of the year.  It’s pure delight from first to last, covering three brilliant studio albums, two distinct live sets (one previously unreleased) and a fascinating batch of rough-draft outtakes — all spearheaded by paradigmatic progressive rock drummer Bill Bruford. 937 more words

Progressive Rock

TEN FROM 77 – 4 / FUSION FIVE

10  Steve Khan — Tightrope

I first encountered Steve Khan’s name in the credits for other artists… Steely Dan, Michael Franks, The Brecker Brothers… this was clearly an in-demand guitarist of great talent. 635 more words

B) Seventies [1970 - 1979]

Bill Bruford Interview with Huffington Post

A Conversation with Bill Bruford

Mike Ragogna: Bill, your new box set Bruford 1977-1980: Seems Like a Lifetime Ago focuses on just those few years. As the artist, what stands out to you as most important about Bill Bruford and that body of work? 523 more words

Interview