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Prog 39 hits the newsstands today with the inside story of the great prog comeback we never thought we’d see: the return of 70s legends Camel!
We talk to mainman Andy Latimer about his amazing recovery from the life threatening illness and leading Camel back to the stage, as well as his plans for a new Camel album and a re-recording of the seminal The Snow Goose. And music biz legend Max Hole, who managed Camel throughout the 70s shares his thoughts on that era.
Also in this issue…
Progressive Music Awards – all the winners and all the stories. Eight pages of great pix too!
Dream Theater – the prog meta; giants discuss their excellent new self-titled album.
Alan Parson’s Project – the inside story of I Robot.
Roy Harper – the legend returns with his first new studio album for 13 years!
Haken – rising British prog stars unleash momentous third album.
Barclay James Harvest – it’s only been 14 years since their last album. John Lees explains why…
Thomas Dolby – an alien once ate his Buick. But how prog is he?
Steve Hillage – making new music blending his prog guitar with System 7′s trance sounds.
Anneke van Giersbergen – the Dutch songstress is the latest addition to the InsideOut camp.
65daysofstatic – Sheffield post rockers strike out for the big time.
Summer’s End Festival – everything you need to know about the best little prog festival in the west.
Jacqui McShee – the Pentangle singer gets a Q&A grilling.
Damian Wilson – find out how well he knows his prog in the Brainstorm prog quiz.
Plus albums reviews from Haken, Magenta, Touchstone, Rovo & System 7, Katatonia, Citizen Cain, Marillion, Alan Parsons Project, live reviews from Jon Anderson, Yestival, Hawkwind, Haze, Danny Thompson, Cropredy, Bosnian Rainbows and more.
Plus a free CD featuring Haken, BJH, Aisles, Nik Turner, Thieves’ Kitchen, PBII and more, and free copy of 2013 Progressive Music Awards event programme.
How much more prog can you get?
Get your copy now at www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk.
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