King Crimson

King Crimson are an English rock band, active at multiple intervals since 1969. The original lineup of guitarist Robert Fripp, bassist–singer Greg Lake, reedist–keyboardist Ian McDonald, and drummer Michael Giles made one album, In the Court of the Crimson King, the catalyst for symphonic-rock. When Lake departed for Emerson Lake & Palmer and McDonald and […]


Camel are an English symphonic/jazz-rock band that released ten studio albums between 1973 and 1984. They formed as a quartet composed of guitarist Andrew Latimer, keyboardist Pete Bardens, bassist Doug Ferguson, and drummer Andy Ward. This lineup made the 1973–76 albums Camel, Mirage, The Snow Goose, and Moonmadness, which established their mix of subdued vocal […]

Terence Trent D’Arby ‎– Introducing The Hardline According To Terence Trent D’Arby (1987)

Introducing The Hardline According To Terence Trent D’Arby is the debut album by American expat R&B musician/vocalist Terence Trent D’Arby, recorded with British musicians and released in 1987 on CBS/Columbia. Tracklist: 1. “If You All Get to Heaven” (5:17) 2. “If You Let Me Stay” (3:14) 3. “Wishing Well” (3:31) 4. “I’ll Never Turn My […]

Cliff Richard ‎– Silver (1983)

Silver is a studio album by English pop/rock vocalist Cliff Richard, released in 1983 on EMI Records. Though derived from the album’s opening cut, the title also paid reference to the singer’s “Silver Jubilee,” as 1983 marked his 25th year in the music business. In the U.K., the album was briefly issued as a double […]

Paul Brett ‎– Interlife (1978)

Interlife is an album by folk-rock/classical guitarist/composer Paul Brett, released in 1978 on RCA Victor. Tracklist: A. “Interlife” (16:23 — :01-3:44-10:33-14:45) B1. “Celebration” (5:46) B2. “Segregation” (5:30) B3. “Isolation” (3:15) B4. “Into Life” (6:52) Credits: Bass [String] – David Griffiths Brass – Mel Collins, Steve Gregory Drums – Rod Coombes Electric Bass – Delisle Harper Guitar […]


Circus was an English psych-rock band that released a self-titled album on Transatlantic Records in 1969. They featured singer-songwriter Phillip Goodhand-Tait, whose solo backing band formed the nucleus of Camel. Saxophonist Mel Collins did a three-album stint in King Crimson and became a prolific sessionist before joining Camel in the late ’70s. (Not to be […]


Snafu was an English rustic funk-rock band from London that released two 1973–74 albums on WWA and a 1975 third on Capitol. Frontman Bobby Harrison played in the initial Procol Harum lineup that recorded their 1967 hit “A Whiter Shade of Pale.” As Snafu folded, he went solo with Funkist. Other players in Snafu’s ranks […]