Description:Exhaustive guide to the highs and lows of progressive rock in all it's many permutations.
Newest Review: ... and carried forward by the likes of Pink Floyd, Genesis and Yes, to name three of the more well known exponents of the art. I guess that most people would think of Prog as being long tunes, lasting up to 30 minutes or more, with lots of different intricate passages and themes. Well, yes, but there is so much more and this website helps to introduce you to the music and groups that you may ... more
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by - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Back in 1974 or so, when, as a boy, I bought Foxtrot by Genesis, I didn't realise that it was what was called Progressive Rock or that it would be hailed as one of the best Progressive Rock albums of all time, I just liked it! The variety and flow of the music, plus one of the tracks was over 20 minutes long and it made sense. Same happened when I bought Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd, I just loved the music. Now over 30 years later, I still listen to the albums (though now on CD), and my love of the music has not diminished. This leads me to ProgArchives.com. This website is my favourite for all things Prog! It was, I believe, set up by a group of guys in ... Read the complete review