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Alan Parsons Project: Master Hits

Read "Master Hits" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

Since this section is supposed to involve both fusion and progressive music, I thought I'd include something off the beaten path this month. The First Wave of progressive rock is generally understood to include influential bands like Yes, Gentle Giant, King Crimson, Genesis and Procol Harum, though many will argue that the genre dates even as far back as The Beatles’Revolver. No matter how “progressive rock” is defined, it’s clear that the form reached its first creative peak in the ...


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