Tag Archives: Jon Anderson

Jon Anderson Releases A Star-Strewn Album

October 23, 2018

is probably the most misunderstood – and, thus, underrated – artist ever. Perceived as a pixie-like progressive rock protagonist, the singer has much more layers to him than meets the eye, yet not ear. Beyond vast panoramas and cosmic pop … Continue reading

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ANDERSON / STOLT – Invention Of Knowledge

July 4, 2016

InsideOut 2016 God in the details: cognitive elevation of indomitable progressive spirits. As far as concept albums go, and Roine Stolt are unrivalled in embroidering big ideas with little things which make it all spectacularly special, yet there’s no limit … Continue reading

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Jon Anderson Joins Forces With Roine Stolt

March 17, 2016

Old guard of art rock and stalwart of neo-prog may not seem like a musical adventure, but when the artists in question are  and Roine Stolt a collaborative effort is promising to fruitful – even more so, given that “Invention Of … Continue reading

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Metal Writer Delivers A YES Saga

February 11, 2016

Traditionally associated with all things hard ‘n’ heavy, on which he authored four dozens tomes, this time Martin Popoff is delivering something completely different, revealing – to those who don’t know it – a wider scope of his musical expertise. “Time And … Continue reading

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ANDERSON-PONTY BAND – Better Late Than Never

October 1, 2015

Liaison 2015 Celestial confluence proving to be a down-to-earth life force and stitching the past to the future. “This is truly happening,” runs the refrain of “One In The Rhythms Of Hope,” the first song on the first album by … Continue reading

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