Glass - Live at Progman Cometh

SKU 01-MSEA4736
"Back in the Seventies, the brothers Greg & Jeff Sherman and drummer Jerry Cook had a musical project called Glass. Unfortunately, nobody wanted to sign them, even when they decided to leave for the homeland of Progressive rock: Great-Britain ! Which is amazing of itself: the talent in this American band is quite obvious! Not only are they great musicians, but they are also great songwriters. Twenty-five years later, our partners in crime decided to repatriate long recorded musical pieces and release them as a double-CD called "No Stranger To The Skies".... "Live At Progman Cometh" presents two Glass performances from 2002 and 2003 at Seattle's Moore Theater, plus one bonus-track ("No Stranger To The Skies") recorded at BajaProg in 2002. There are five instrumental compositions for more than 70 minutes of music. Sounds promising, doesn't it? This is an opportunity to hear Glass playing on stage with such luminaries as Elton Dean, Hugh Hopper, Richard Sinclair and the brothers Bill & Paul Kopecky. Mostly unreleased, the titles mix the legacy of progressive rock, symphonic music and Canterbury school in a unique blend of raw live energy and inspired performance. A timeless masterpiece!"
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