[Kronomyth 4.0] …but nobody’s listening.
[Kronomyth 1.0] The tale of two sideburns.
A candybox of art-rock confections featuring members of Roxy Music, King Crimson and Sharks that reveals Eno to be a one-of-a-kind kook.
Re-makes of Roxy songs make this his most appealing solo record to date, but the remodeled covers are equally rousing.
An album of rock songs that sounds more like Split Enz or Godley and Creme than Roxy Music.
The debut album from one of the last great progressive supergroups, featuring members of King Crimson, Soft Machine and Roxy Music.
The group slims down to a trio and fattens up their sound with another classic album to stave off prog’s winter.
[Kronomyth 3.0] Addenda.
John released his first solo album in between U.K. and Asia, and Caught In The Crossfire both looks back to the one and…
[Kronomyth 2.0] Out of Nowhere, Alphalon
[Kronomyth 11.0] Split Menzanera.
“Calamitous,” the dragon croaked, “and cold. It doesn’t do a dragon well to stay in such an inhospitiable place. And so I left…