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One day in 1969, when I was just a lad, rippling piano arpeggios rang out from the radio. That was odd because the portable transistor radio in the kitchen was always tuned to the light entertainment channel. 469 more words


Epitaph by King Crimson (Live at Fillmore West 1969)

Great vocal from Greg Lake in this live performance of Epitaph by King Crimson live at the Fillmore West in 1969.

Prog Rock

Formentera Lady by King Crimson

Formentera Lady is the opening track on Islands, King Crimson’s fourth studio album. I wore out my vinyl copy of this album some time in the mid seventies. 59 more words

Prog Rock

Islands by King Crimson

Islands is the title and last track from the fourth studio album by King Crimson, released December 1971. Islands would be the last King Crimson studio album before the group’s trilogy of Larks’ Tongues in Aspic, Starless and Bible Black and Red. 27 more words

Prog Rock

Live Review: Jeff Lynne's ELO at Los Angeles' Fonda Theatre (11/24)

Thumbs up. That’s all Jeff Lynne needed to do after he finished each song in his faithful run through a 90-minute parade of hits and new songs, always met with roaring applause. 656 more words

Concert Reviews

Jeff Lynne’s ELO shares soaring new song "One Step at a Time" -- listen

The pop maestro that is Jeff Lynne will return with his beloved Electric Light Orchestra in just two weeks’ time with their first new album since 2001’s  153 more words