This week we released 4 Progressive Rock tunes- River Of Life by PFM, In The Land Of Grey And Pink by Caravan, Epitaph by King Crimson, and Never Let Go by Camel.
Camel was a band consisting of Andy Latimer on guitar and Peter Bardens on keyboards, along with Doug Ferguson on bass and Andy Ward on drums.
King Crimson is one of the bands that can be credited with being one of the creators of the Prog-Rock genre.
In The Land Of Grey And Pink is a tune from Caravan, a progressive band that falls into the Canterbury sub-genre.
Neil teaches Tom to play a song on a guitar which he has never done before.
River Of Life is Progressive Rock tune from the Italian band PFM.
In this lesson we look at the last song on the first album by the Traveling Wilburys, End Of the Line.
As a follow-up to Tommy, Pete Townsend embarked on another opera-type
project called Lifehouse.