Slate on progressive rock — the music that never ends

Slate’s Dave Wiegel is doing a series on the pomp, circumstance, fascination and absurdity of progressive rock. Today, a good bit of King Crimson:

The rise of prog: King Crimson, Keith Emerson, and the futurist sounds of the 1970s. – Slate Magazine.

Which reminds me to go back and take a look at my take on King Crimson and the Strangest Man in the History of Rock, Jamie Muir. (Updated once again to get an actual video.)

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