Frank Zappa's live shows, much like his studio albums, were regarded as much for their irreverent playfulness as their technical virtuosity.
On December 10, 2007, the surviving members of Led Zeppelin reunited for their first full-length concert in nearly thirty years.
One of Yes' most admirable qualities is its malleability -- a crucial element of 1974's 'Relayer,' released 40 years ago this week in the U.S.
Judging solely in superficial terms, 1989's 'Presto' is a minor offering in Rush's massive discography.
"It's just one little step towards taking people off automatic pilot," Phil Collins remarks during an interview on the 'Three Sides Live' DVD, reflecting on the funky, horn-driven 'Abacab' track 'No Reply At All.'
The Beatles took a potshot at the rich and regal during one of their most famous concerts.
Jethro Tull's seventh album, 1974's 'War Child,' was born during a particularly awkward transitional period.
Yes has released enough concert DVDs to fill a broom closet, and most of them offer the same basic experience: classic prog-rock performed skillfully, and faithfully to the original recordings.
Jethro Tull's 12th studio album concludes with 'Elegy,' a quiet instrumental of pastoral acoustic guitar and melancholy strings. The title is appropriate.
Jon Anderson parted ways with Yes in 2008, when health concerns kept him from committing to a tour.