1970: Progressive Music, part 1

The story of progressive music in Britain during the early 1970s is in many ways a story of the labels that signed the artists and released the albums. In many cases these labels were small subsidiaries of the big names: Decca’s Deram, Phillips’ Vertigo, EMI’s Harvest. Others were independent: Island Records, Chrysalis Records, and one that will start off this … Continue reading 1970: Progressive Music, part 1