Tag Archive for King Crimson

Daniel Voth’s Transcendance in the Echoes Podcast

Daniel Voth is a two-handed tapping finger-style wizard but with a composer’s sense of arrangement and melody. His album, Trancendance is the Echoes March CD of the Month. Hear John Diliberto’s review with music.

Tonight on Echoes, Connections from 1967 to 2013.

60’s Psych-Progressions, 70’s Krautrock, New World Fusion and Ambient Chamber music Tonight on Echoes. I must be feeling a bit nostalgic today.  I find myself going back to some of my earliest musical influences and to the early days of Echoes.  From the 1960s, I’ve got a song by Donovan, an artist who I think…

Krimson, Kveikur and Church tonight on Echoes

Sigur Ros is touring the US this fall.  Hear some of what they’ll be playing when we hear a track off their latest CD, Kveikur.  We’ll also hear a sublime classic from the Discipline era of King Crimson and there’s a surprising track from Charlotte Church, the former child-prodigy opera star who tunes her pipes…

Why Do People Hate Prog Rock? Yes Is the Answer, Maybe.

Hear the Podcast of Echoes with Yes Is The Answer Editors Marc Weingarten & Tyson Cornell. Marc Weingarten and Tyson Cornell are Progressive Rock fans and they’ve edited a collection of personal essays about the genre called Yes is the Answer and Other Prog Rock Tales. Contributors such as novelist Rick Moody and music critic…

Progressive Rock Awards.

I didn’t even know they had these and it seems a little late in the game, but Prog Magazine, a journal in the UK with a reported readership of about 25,000, sponsored their first Progressive Music Awards show.  As the first, they understandably acknowledged a lot of the pioneers in the field, granting awards to…