[Review] Lou Reed (1972)

Loaded with leftovers from Velvet Underground, Lou Reed’s first is pretty eggcellent if not quite as electrifying as Transformer.

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Rick Wakeman: Cost of Living (1983)

Rick Wakeman’s last synthesizer/symphony pop album for Charisma, featuring members of Cafe Society, Roxy Music, Strawbs and Them plus lyricist Tim Rice.

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[Review] Rick Wakeman: 1984 (1981)

Orwell’s nightmarish vision of the future gets a spiffy new score from Wakeman and Tim Rice, with guest vocals from Chaka Khan.

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Rick Wakeman Discography

The poster boy for progressive rock. Six Wives, Journey and King Arthur display prog rock at its best, and at its worst.

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Rick Wakeman: No Earthly Connection (1976)

As musicially adventurous as his earlier albums but conceptually tighter as the English Rock Ensemble crystallizes around Wakeman’s far-out, new age theme.

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