Classic Rock Prog magazine (April 2012 - Issue 25)
Classic Rock Prog magazine (April 2012 - Issue 25) Good condition
Includes free CD
BEYOND THE BRIDGE - 1 page
TROJAN HORSE - 1 page
TWELVE CLAY FEET - 1 page
CYRIL SNEAR - 1 page
KAVUS TORABI - "My record collection"
NICK SALOMAN - 2 pages
STORM CORROSION - In the prog equivalent of two supernovas colliding, Storm Corrosion is a truly epochal event. Opeth's Mikael Akerfeldt and Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson offer the full story of how they made the album of their lives
ANATHEMA - With new album 'Weather Systems' ready to make waves, Anathem's Vincent Cavanagh and Lee Douglas talk about coming through stormy times...
PROCOL HARUM - "The albums that built prog"
Procol Harum reveal how their debut album took them from Homburg to Haight Ashbury - and worldwide fame - in mere months
MANFRED MANN - 4 pages
NORTH ATLANTIC OSCILLATION - 3 pages
TONY BANKS - Genesis keyboardist Tony Banks looks back on his solo career as he releases his ninth album, the classically based 'Six: Pieces For Orchestra'. "My solo albums have always been a little bit more progressive..."
THE OUTER LIMITS - A prog-eyed look at bands who flirted on the outskirts of progressive music. This issue we ask: how prog were Simple Minds?
THE ALBION BAND - In July 2011 The Albion Band's founder Ashley Hutchings announced they would be reborn, but that he would not be a member. His son, singer/guitarist Blair Dunlop, tells Prog about leading a new Albion Band for a new generation
HAWKWIND - Catching up at Hawkwind HQ in rural Devon, Dave Brock and co discuss their imminent album 'Onward' and how the space lords have stayed bang on course...
BILLY COBHAM - 4 pages
SWEET BILLY PILGRIM - 2 pages
ELP - "Time and a word"
Keith Emerson plays a flying piano before 250,000 people at the California Jam