Noah’s Prog Rock Reviews #5 – “Speed, Glue, and Shinki” by Speed, Glue, and Shinki (1972)

My reviews will not be just dedicated to established acts in the world of rock, but I also enjoy delving deep into the world of long-forgotten, obscure works of rock and roll. Not only is it a breath of fresh air for me as a devout listener of the genre, but also it allows you…Read more Noah’s Prog Rock Reviews #5 – “Speed, Glue, and Shinki” by Speed, Glue, and Shinki (1972)

Noah’s Prog Rock Reviews #4 – “Black Sabbath” by Black Sabbath (1970)

If you are a rock fan, or really anyone who is not living under a rock, you have at least heard about Black Sabbath. The undisputed creators of the heavy metal genre, their influence stretches over rock in general. Essentially every heavy metal band is descended from the quartet, and as a result the band…Read more Noah’s Prog Rock Reviews #4 – “Black Sabbath” by Black Sabbath (1970)

What can we learn from Billy Joel’s “Piano Man”

Something that people just seem to brush off about a lot of songs now a days is the power that they have. Now I am not talking about how hard a power chord is or how awesome a synth keyboard solo can be. What I am talking about is the lyrics. In today's world of…Read more What can we learn from Billy Joel’s “Piano Man”

Noah’s Prog Rock Reviews #6 – “Mirage” by Camel (1974)

Upon first gaze of British progressive rock band Camel's second album┬áMirage, you may believe you are about to listen to a one-hour advertisement for Camel cigarettes. Surely the album cover, which is based upon the artwork of the company's cigarette packs drew criticism all the way back in 1974, would likely draw even more disapproval…Read more Noah’s Prog Rock Reviews #6 – “Mirage” by Camel (1974)