Category Archives: Prog Rock

Justin Hayward’s Days (and Nights) in White Satin

  Of all the hits that the Moody Blues have charted over the past 50+ years of existence, the one big calling card for the English band is probably “Nights in White Satin.” Atmospheric, classically orchestrated, mysterious, and featuring dreamy … Continue reading

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Andy Powell of Wishbone Ash’s Prog Rock Journey

One of the greatest prog rock albums ever, Wishbone Ash’s 1972 epic Argus also remains the English band’s best known and definitive sonic statement. And while other acts in the genre like Yes, Jethro Tull, ELP, and Genesis have wider … Continue reading

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Former YES-man Jon Anderson on His Roundabout Prog-Rock Career

Classic rock fans might not see the connection between intricate, musically adventurous Progressive Rock and all-you-can-eat shrimp and shuffleboard tournaments. But increasingly, fans of this genre – or Southern Rock, or blues, or country, and even Rick Springfield or KISS … Continue reading

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