We have brand new interviews with Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, Bill Bruford and Jon Anderson as they recall how they created their first ever album with a full side-long epic. There's rarely seen photos from in the studio as the band recorded Close To The Edge and what exactly happened when Bill Bruford decided to leave the band!
Also in Prog 128...
Ian McDonald - The prog world pays tribute to the King Crimson co-founder, who has died at 75
D'Virgilio, Jennings, Morse - It’s the three tenors of prog as the new supergroup release their debut album
Tangerine Dream - The trio continue creating new music, in keeping with the late Edgar Froese’s wish
David Cross & Andrew Keeling - Ex-Crimson man David Cross and Andrew Keeling on their second collaboration
Rosalie Cunningham - The former Purson singer details the story behind her latest solo album
Von Hertzen Brothers - The Finnish brothers are back with a thought-provoking new record
Black Country, New Road - They release album number two and the singer quits. We find out what’s going on...
Tears For Fears - Curt Smith and Roland Orzabal return with their first new album in 17 years
Azure - the winners of Best Unsigned Band in the recent Prog Readers' Poll winners introduce themselves
Animals As Leaders - US technical trio return with their most ambitious recordings yet
And So I Watch You from Afar - Northern Irish post-rockers offer up deep concept with latest release Jettison
Spiritualized - Jason Pierce takes a break from the reissues to share new space rock delights
Wolfgang Flur - discusses his time in electronic pioneers Kraftwerk, his subsequent solo career and brand-new star-studded solo album, Magazine 1
Julian Littman - Steeleye Span guitarist Julian Littman discusses his new prog concept album based on the 19th century Christina Rossetti poem, Goblin Market.
Clive Mitten - Former Twelfth Night musician Clive Mitten discusses a prog world full of Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Public Service Broadcasting and cuneiform script
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