And in the Blink of an Eye, Whoosh! Eiliff (JazzProg Amazingness)

Every now and then you get a band that is just a blip on the radar but they leave such an awesome carbon footprint you just have to see what it’s all about. Formed in the late sixties by Rainer Bruninghaus in Koln, West Germany with Housch√§ng Nejadepour, Detlev Landmann, Herbert J. Kalveram and Bill…

King Gizzard, By Xristopher Bland

      By permission from my friend Xris here’s a link to a blog posting below he wrote about an Australian Prog/Psychedelic band, King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard. Please follow the link to read this review.   Thanks Xris for this opportunity for us to discover new bands in the world of Prog…

The Doors; Borderline Prog?

¬† So we’ve all known to either love or hate The Doors over the years. I’ve loved them since I was 8 listening to them in my sister’s room sitting on the floor doing my homework, probably colouring at best! But STILL, became a big Doors fan to a HUGE Doors fan by the time…

Syd Barrett Official Site

Thanks to my friend Doug for telling me about this now being officially online I had to go see it for myself and of course, write about Syd. Just online now is the new official Syd Barrett site (http://www.sydbarrett.com) dedicated exclusively to Syd including rare family photos to his days in the Pink Floyd and…

Pink Floyd, Ulster Hall 1969

So I thought we would start off with a lesser known show in the Pink Floyd bootleg canon. Live at Ulster Hall, Belfast, Ireland, UK June 10th 1969. The sound quality is fairly decent but not super if you’re a real audiophile of which I am not, but definitely listenable. only to be cut off…