Classic Rock Prog magazine (December 2009 - Issue 12)
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Classic Rock Prog magazine (December 2009 - Issue 12) Good condition - some wear and creasing to cover
Includes free CD
BLACK BONZO - 1 page
PYTHIA - 1 page
TILT - 1 page
EBONY TOWER - 1 page
KEVIN J ANDERSON - "My record collection"
SHARON DEN ADEL - 2 pages
3 - Record labels and A&R men have come and gone, but the vision of 3's mainman Joey Eppard remains strong. As the Woodstock proggers finally ready a new album of unreleased early material, he reveals his plans to Raziq Rauf
KATATONIA - Sweden's Katatonia started out 18 years ago as a death and goth metal band. Eight albums later, Dom Lawson discovers it's progressive rock that helms their mighty sound now
PROGRESSIVE NATION 2009 - As Progressive Nation rolled into London on its inaugural European jaunt, the opportunity to chew the progressive fat with Dream Theater's Mike Portnoy, Opeth's Mikael Akerfeldt and Bigelf's Damon Fox was too good to miss. Dave Ling was all ears
FRENCH PROG - 2 pages
OCEANSIZE - As Manchester's leading prog rock band Oceansize return after two years out of the spotlight, singer and guitarist Mike Vennart explains to Holly Wright just what the band have been up to
THE DEVIL'S BLOOD - 2 pages
JETHRO TULL - Ian Anderson discusses 'Songs From The Wood', 'Heavy Horses' weathercocks and Tull being categorised...
ROY HARPER - With his lengthy songs and dalliances with Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin, Roy Harper has always occupied the strange netherworld between prog and folk. The man they used to call 'Tough Guy' tells Sid Smith his remarkable story
PENTANGLE'S BASKET OF LIGHT - They came from a folk background, but by the time they'd infused their music with touches of jazz, classical and blues, Pentangle made a uniquely progressive sound. "You just did what you liked," Jacqui McShee and Bert Jansch tell Mick Wall
FAIRPORT CONVENTION - Starting out as a bunch of young rockers, today this band are seen as the vanguard of folk rock. Simon Nicol and Dave Pegg explain to Mick Wall how it all came together
COMUS - It's a mysterious yarn that features Opeth, David Bowie and Toyah, as well as some of the most theatrical acid folk and prog around. It is the story of Comus. Original members Roger Wootton and Bobbie Seagroatt reveal all to Lee Dorrian