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    10 Greatest Prog Rock Albums of All Time

    10 Greatest Prog Rock Albums of All Time

    For close to a half century, prog has been the breeding ground for rock’s most out-there, outsized and outlandish ideas: Thick-as-a-brick concept albums, an early embrace of synthesizers, overly complicated time…

    The Persistence of Prog Rock

    The Persistence of Prog Rock

    In April, 1971, Rolling Stone reviewed the début album by a band with a name better suited to a law firm: Emerson, Lake & Palmer. The reviewer liked what he heard, although…

    Pink Floyd Plays in Venice on a Massive Floating Stage in 1989

    Pink Floyd Plays in Venice on a Massive Floating Stage in 1989

    When Roger Waters left Pink Floyd after 1983’s The Final Cut, the remaining members had good reason to assume the band was truly, as Waters’ proclaimed, “a spent force.” After…

    Pink Floyd’s album sleeves explained

    Pink Floyd’s album sleeves explained

    ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ (1973). The concept of this cover, according the artist Storm Thorgerson, was to try and connect with Pink Floyd’s live shows; “famous for their…