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Music Review: Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson – ‘Thick as a Brick – Live in Iceland’ [Blu-ray + CD]

Thick As A Brick - Live in Iceland

Despite a good performance, Ian Anderson's 'Thick as a Brick - Live in Iceland' isn't an indispensable addition to the Jethro Tull canon. Read More »

Music Review: Yes – ‘Heaven & Earth’

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The new Yes album is cosmic light. Read More »

Music Review: Plastic Yellow Band – ‘Breathe Air’

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A welcome sounding blast of psychedelic-prog fresh air from this South Carolina based New Classic Rock collective. Read More »

The Great Nektar Revival of 2013

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2013 should best be remembered as the year progressive rock band Nektar made a big comeback, with a new album and worthy reissues of their classic '70s LPs. Read More »

Music Review: Boys Club – ‘Live From California – The Complete Concert’

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A 1998 concert from The Boys Club—Keith Emerson, Marc Bonilla, and Glenn Hughes—contains previously unreleased nuggets that belong in many a rock fan's collection. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Jethro Tull – ‘Around the World Live’

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Jethro Tull's lavish four-DVD retrospective includes eclectic performances from 1970 to 2005. Read More »

Music Review: Steven Wilson – The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories)

Steven Wilson's third - and best - solo album, is also his most ambitious to date. Read More »

Music Review: Colin Edwin & Jon Durant – Burnt Belief

Porcupine Tree bassist Colin Edwin & Jon Durant's stab at the apocalypse is post-New Age, electronica mood music - more Enigma than Metallica. Read More »

Music Review: Vajra – Pleroma

Vajra offers something unique for fans of melodic prog rock. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited II

Steve Hackett's Genesis Revisited II is at least equal to the original classics, if not superior in its scope. Read More »