The brand new issue of Prog is on sale now,, as we celebrate the lengthy and varied career of Genesis drummer and singer Phil Collins…
As well as an impressive and massively successful solo career, Phil talks candidly about his time in Genesis, working with Peter Gabriel, Eric Clapton, John Martyn and Led Zeppelin. We have a good look at A Trick Of The Tail, 40 years on as Collins stepped up to the mic to replace Peter Gabriel and we also discuss his time in UK jazz fusion act Brand X. And yes, he does love prog rock.
Also in Prog 64…
Alan Parsons - the man behind the Project, not to mention engineer of The Dark Side Of The Moon, is the subject of The Prog Interview…
Headspace - the young UK prog supergroup talk about their new, conceptual album.
Shearwater - the US band beloved by Steven Wilson and Steve Hogarth are a prog band signed to Sub Pop!
Michael Rother - the mainstay behind NEU! and Harmonia discusses a lengthy career.
FM - the kings of Canadian pomp rock discuss getting back in the prog groove.
Kitten Pyramid - now a father and son dup, they discuss battling adversity in many guises and how Tom Robinson has helped them out.
Andy Jackson - Pink Floyd engineer continues his solo career with a wonderful new record.
Ulver - the Norwegian art rock collective tell us how they fit into the prog world.
The Zombies - Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone, cornerstone of many a great prog moment, talk about an epic career.
Kiama- Robert Reed’s new vibrant supergroup rock things up.
Brian Lane - in our new series on great prog band managers, the man behind Yes and Asia spills a few secrets.
Lucifer’s Friend - the German rockers featured future Uriah Heep singer John Lawton. But how prog were they?
Jane Getter - female fusioneer from the US gets a prog grilling.
Plus live and album reviews from IQ, Galahad, Mystery, I Monster, Steven Wilson, TesseracT, Steve Hogarth, Public Service Broadcasting and more…
And over an hour of new prog sounds on the CD from Headspace, Galahad, Gentle Knife, Antimatter, Different Light and more…
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