We celebrate the Rush Animated pictures on the cover of the new issue of Program Magazine, which is on sale now…
As the band release an epic 40th anniversary Deluxe box set from their eighth studio album, we talk to Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, who are interviewed together for the first time in ages, as they tell us the story of the production of the album. We also spoke to producer Terry Brown, cover artist Hugh Syme, photographer Deborah Samuels and also one of the movers from the cover itself!
Also with this issue are four stunning Rush postcards and a Tigermoth Records 16-track sampler with music from Magenta, Cyan, Robert Reed, Tom Newman, Kiama and more…
Also in Program 129…
Gary Brooker – the world of prog pays tribute to the late singer and pianist Procol Harum
Renaissance- Annie Haslam remembers the history of the group’s epic in 1975, Scheherazade and other tales.
Craft – former members of The Enid discuss their only 1984 album as Craft, now reissued
Want no one – Alex Lifeson, Andy Curran and Maiah Wynne discuss their brand new album
Kaprekar’s constant – UK folk proggers reach new heights with third mountaineering-themed record
Tales of Tiger Moth – Protagonist Peter Jones Proves To Be A Man For All Seasons With His New TMT Album, Plus The Latest From Camp Camel
Michel Romeo – the guitarist of Symphony X delivers the second part of his solo War of the Worlds concept
Jenny Hval – Norwegian artistic rocker returns with her latest album classic objects
Animals looking for patterns – American proggers forge their own identity with third outing Just passing through
Michael Rother and Vittoria Maccabruni – former Neu! the man and his companion-muse create new music in As long as the light
Emerald Dawn – we take a look at the Cornish-based proggers hitting the UK scene
David Sinclair- the founding member of Caravan looks back on 50 years of musical creation.
Roger Eno- ambient musician and composer Roger Eno talks about his brand new music for the famous Deutsche Grammophon label
Anders Buas- Norwegian guitarist Anders Buaas discusses a prog world full of Yes, Tull, Liege and Lief and Scotch single malts
Here’s our guide on the best way to get your hands on your copy of Prog while we’re still feeling the effects of the COVID-19 crisis.
* Prog is still on sale in the UK from most supermarkets and newsagents, even during the current Covid restrictions, so you should have options on the high street. You can use our store locator to find your nearest retailer. Delays are possible as stores prioritize delivery of different stock lines.
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