Citizens of Hope and Glory: The Story of Progressive Rock Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The book's focus is mostly on Great Britain but as mentioned, it spans the globe, with album reviews, info on touring, and discussions of the pressures on not only prog but the music industry as a whole.
If you're a prog rock fan, you'll enjoy this book. It still offers interesting insights even if you think you know everything about the genre.
In addition, many albums are separately reviewed, again providing the kind of information you want to know, and making you curious to listen to those records you don't know or have.
The book also examines the artists, like Roger Dean, who have played a part in progressive rock. Album covers and the words in the music also get their moment.
What I liked best is that it's the kind of book I would want to write, because it contains all the info I wanted to know about this subject!
The book is insightful and does a good job covering the various aspects of progressive rock. Highly recommended.
As Citizens we can Hope there will be another magnum opus on the Glory of prog.