Made-up languages? The apocalypse? The guilt of lighthouse keepers? Newcastle-upon-Tyne? They're all present in our round-up of progressive rock's most ludicrous album concepts
Genesis's The Last Domino? is another excuse for completists to scoop up everything they already own
The big guns come out to play on Mick Fleetwood & Friends: Celebrate The Music Of Peter Green And The Early Years Of Fleetwood Mac
Robin Trower played guitar for Procol Harum, supported The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, then sold stadiums out as a solo artist in the 70s. So why did he never became a household name?
The golden years of John Mayall, Godfather of British Blues, celebrated on The First Generation 1965-1974
As humanity celebrates 50 years of heavy metal, here’s half a century’s worth of pioneering heavy music, from the classics to the contemporary hard-hitters
The best British Blues Rock albums: Direct from the Delta to Dartford and beyond, the Blues turned British rock on its head
In August 1969, Blind Faith released their only studio album. It remains something of an overlooked masterpiece
From the sublime to the ridiculous, from jaunty tunes to head-spinning jazz rock, the Canterbury scene is a prog-head’s Utopia
In 1992, Steve Vai went to Spain to play tracks from Passion And Warfare for the very fist time. Waiting for him at the airport was Classic Rock's Paul Henderson
In 1990, Peter Grant sat down to look back on his career with Led Zeppelin. This is what he had to say
Steve Hillage’s full Omty, from Fish Rising to System 7 with bells, whistles, books – and a badge too
Last night in London, stars, friends and family celebrated the music of the late rock great, Cream bass player Jack Bruce. We were there to suck it all in...