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Published 25th November

 

The Moody Blues grace the cover of the new issue of Prog as we celebrate their 1967 album Days Of Future Passed, which is 55-years old this month. Justin Hayward and John Lodge recall the heady days of making one of the very first progressive rock albums. Elsewhere in the new issue Jean-Michel Jarre discusses his new album Oxymore, Bill Nelson recalls his Red Noise project and Gordon Giltrap looks back over his 50+ year career. And Devin Townsend, Galahad, Magenta, Julie Tippets, Sweet Billy Pilgrim, Dim Gray and VLMV tell us all about their latest albums, while we have fun and games trying to get to Norway to see Green Carnation! Plus there's the 2022 Critics' Choice - what did Prog writers vote as their album. of the year? There's also a 2023 calendar featuring the work of artist Paul Whitehead with art from Genesis, Peter Hammill, VdGG and more, four Moody Blues postcards and a 21-track sampler from Norwegian label Apollon Records with music from Major Parkinson, Ring Van Mobius, Caligonaut, Adventure and more...

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