Tag Archives: Ray Bennett


September 6, 2022

Think Like A Key 2022 Crossing the Atlantic and conquering America: extensive reports of English progressors’ explorations wrap up their overseas itinerary. “They play heavy, loud and fast”: this is how Jerry Lee Lewis introduced FLASH to “The Midnight Special” … Continue reading

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FLASH Live Tapes To Fly Off The Shelves

June 20, 2022

Five decades down the line from the release of their first record, FLASH remain criminally underrated and remembered mostly thanks to being formed by former YES guitarist Peter Banks, although the British band’s music also owed a lot to bassist … Continue reading

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FLASH in public: a concert conflict

October 20, 2013

This year, the fans of FLASH had a good and a bad news. The good was the band’s new album, , with the original  and singer picking up where they left off in the ’70s. The bad news was the death of the … Continue reading

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FLASH – Featuring Ray Bennett & Colin Carter

July 20, 2013

Purple Pyramid 2013 Four decades on after their break-up, two classic proggers return in a timeless mode. It might very well be a matter of perseverance, as hinted at his old band’s new music back in 2002, and though it … Continue reading

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Interview with RAY BENNETT

February 3, 2013

December 2002 Quite often an artist goes a strange way – from fame to oblivion, and too rare he finds a way back. Whether the greatness is lost on that road is a hard question to answer. Fortunately, there’s one … Continue reading

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