In ’97 the former Yes/King Crimson drummer got together with a couple of jazzers to make one of his most endearing albums, writes GARY STEEL
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It’s a music genre that’s been reviled for decades, yet it remains stubbornly popular with music freaks who demand more than a two-chord thrash. GARY STEEL writes in defence of prog-rock.
It’s great that classic albums are being celebrated, but is it really necessary to trample all over the facts to prove a point?
Amazing gig; poor attendance. The Crimson ProjeKCt are so much more than a faux-King Crimson, or just a tribute band, reckons Gary Steel.
In 1995, progressive rock group King Crimson reunited. Gary Steel talked to drummer Bill Bruford for Real Groove magazine. To celebrate the “almost Crimson” Auckland performance next week by the Robert Fripp endorsed The Crimson ProjeKCt, we revisit that story.
Gary Steel has patiently waited for more than 40 years for King Crimson to make it down to New Zealand. Finally, his day his come. Sort of. He talks to the group’s singer-guitarist, Adrian Belew.