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Classic prog rocker Peter Gabriel performs with Genesis. Cedric Bixler Zavala and Omar Rodriguez Lopez of the Mars Volta
Pop Music

The elaborate soundscapes of prog rock are on the rebound

By Renée Graham
Globe Staff / May 8, 2005

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Say this for prog rock -- its musicians certainly know how to play. After all, an artist can't dive into a 20-minute solo liberally seasoned with dollops of jazz, salsa, and classical music without possessing an overwhelming command of his instrument. It was those adventurous musical journeys that distinguished such 1970s rock stalwarts as Genesis (during Peter Gabriel's tenure), Rush, ... (Full article: 1322 words)

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