yesireebob wrote:Supertramp, Crime of the Century
Another third album released July 1, 1997, by an experimental band who has influenced prog music greatly but shuns the prog label. In fact, the band had a "hit" on their first album, much to their dismay, and retreated from rather than embraced their fame. This album is considered a masterpiece and a classic by many, and although this band has an impressive catalog this album is their defining work. (I'm sure they would hate being so defined.)
thehallway wrote:Could it be Gentle Giant's The Missing Piece?
guilddigger wrote:These guys were 'country boys at heart' and the guitarist A L certainly is one. In fact, he is one of the best. Emmylou Harris has said that, when God asks her what she is proud of she will say 'I played rythm guitar in a band with A L'.
Haze wrote:Okey, it's my turn again. Something easier than Guilds, I guess, this time...
It's three-folded. I'm looking for this artists name and his third solo album name, as well as the year that was released? And I will not give any more clues than these:
1. His first band shared the name (almost) with a english progressive band from the same time.
2. His first band had their first hit single with a version of (my other fav band) Jethro Tulls "Locomotive Breath"!
3. He's been working with musicians like Ray Davies, Simon Phillips, Manfred Mann, Jack Bruce and many more. But he has YES in his veins!
3. You're more likely to "see" his music!
thehallway wrote:I'm guessing that clue no.3 is a reference to film soundtracks? If so, the only person I can think of who's YES-related is Trevor Rabin. But without cheating I wouldn't be able to tell you anything about any of his solo albums. I've noticed some of his film work though, I believe he scored Armageddon, Remember the Titans, and National Treasure. More recently I was surprised to see his name in the credits of Snakes on a Plane.
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