“Infinite Fire” by Flying Colors. I only learned about the band today, although it features some musicians I know and love from other bands (including Neal Morse and Mike Portnoy). This track is a prog mini-epic, clocking in at only twelve minutes. But I can summarize it in one word: Wow!
There are also lots of live versions on YouTube just waiting to pop up in your search results.
(By the way, why are so many prog musicians named “Morse”?)
“Chris Squire’s Swiss Choir”, Chris Squire’s second solo album. I’m not sure how I missed this, but better late than never!
A belated Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!
(By the way, the choir is English 😉 )
Two singles today. Rock on!
“Spektra” by Karfagen, a Ukrainian prog band. Released in 2016. Mellower than Transatlantic, and very interesting to listen to.
“Treason” by Gryphon, released in 1977. I’ve just started the third consecutive play of this record, so I think it’s time to give it the recognition it deserves! The opener, “Spring Song,” is fantastic. “Flash in the Pantry” is light and enjoyable. High-grade prog.
By the way, my thanks to the WordPress team for clearing out the outlook.com spam-followers that have been popping up over the last several months. I appreciate it!
“Moving Waves” (aka “Focus II”) by Focus. Prog plus yodeling. Does it get any better?