Prog checks out the re-releases of Gabriel's first four albums... and they've never sounded so good!
Four of the greatest albums of the progressive movement are being re-presented on half-speed mastered heavyweight vinyl. We hear the story of Peter Gabriel’s first four solo albums.
For such a heartfelt, poetic and occasionally romantic lyricist, in Welcome To The Machine and Have A Cigar, Wish You Were Here contains two of Waters baldest attacks on the hand that fed him.
Wish You Were Here marked the beginning of the end for Pink Floyd. Released in September 1975, their ninth album remains one of their most loved works and sounds as contemporary now as then.
Speaking to Prog at The Farm, the legendary Surrey recording facility where his group, Genesis, recorded from 1981, Tony Banks looks back across his nine-album solo career.
Where to start with this great under-explored catalogue? Here are five suggestions for you, with Tony’s commentary.
Picking up where we left off last month, Peter Hammill reflects on the aggressive weirdness when VdGG morphed into Van der Graaf.
Van der Graaf Generator’s Peter Hammill reflects on his groundbreaking solo album Nadir’s Big Chance, 40 years old this year.
The biggest influence on The Endless River? Pink Floyd themselves. Here are the sounds from Floyd's past that inform the album...
Featuring music recorded during The Division Bell sessions, The Endless River is the most eagerly awaited album of the last 20 years.