Tag Archives: Richard Palmer-James

RICHARD PALMER-JAMES – Takeaway

April 27, 2017

Cherry Red 2016 Poet laureate of progressive rock looks back at an imaginary life to reflect the portents on his way to here and now, and to make debut as a solo artist. “Sad to say the world we knew … Continue reading

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DAVID CROSS BAND – Sign Of The Crow

October 25, 2016

Noisy 2016 In a tangle of night and daylight sounds, violin-wielding Crimsonite is looking for omens. On the face of it, ‘ world has turned inside out in the decade that passed since saw the light of day, and that … Continue reading

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KING CRIMSON Poet Debuts As A Solo Artist

August 26, 2016

Richard Palmer-James‘ name may not be a household one, but the fans of KING CRIMSON know it too well, as it was him who, having helped to launch SUPERTRAMP and played guitar on their first LP, was a lyricist on such … Continue reading

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JOHN WETTON & RICHARD PALMER-JAMES – Jack-Knife / Monkey Business

January 25, 2015

Polydor 1979 & Blueprint 1999 / Cherry Red 2014 Old friends roll out their archives and rock wild. Given a wide dissipation of ‘s extracurricular works, a full-blown, multi-disc anthology of his recorded output is long overdue, but this double-CD … Continue reading

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