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Greg Lake 1947 – 2016

We have to acknowledge the passing of another great musician and performer.  Greg Lake passed away last Tuesday after a long struggle with cancer.  He was 69.  Just nine months ago we lost his bandmate Keith Emerson.  2016 has been a cruel year. Greg Lake…Emerson, Lake and Palmer, and King Crimson…he was a driving force […]


Bill Bruford: The Autobiography

One of my favorite drummers, Bill Bruford has written his autobiography. The first chapter is available to read as a .pdf file on his official website billbruford.com. The book is a fascinating look into the career of one of the most extraordinary time keepers in rock music. However, Bruford defies the label of rock musician, […]


FlashBack Friday with Yes

Yes is one of my favorite progressive rock bands. The Yes Album, my first and favorite of their LP’s in 1971, got more spins than a presidential candidate in an election year. The band’s virtuosity on “Yours Is No Disgrace,” “Starship Trooper” and “I’ve Seen All Good People” is simply amazing. Fragile’s “Roundabout” and “Long […]