In 1976 Rolling Stone called prog-rock pioneers Crack The Sky “one of year’s most impressive debuts.” Today, 40+ years later, the band released a new studio album entitled Tribes in 2021. Named by Rolling Stone in their 2015 list of 50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums Of All Time and in Twenty 1970’s Albums Rolling Stone Loved That You Never Heard, the magazine’s review likened Crack The Sky to Steely Dan, 10cc, the Tubes, and said writer/lead singer/guitarist/keyboardist John Palumbo avoids conventional melodies, preferring to repeat a tuneful phrase and then abruptly break the mood he’s established with something nearly opposite in spirit. “Crack The Sky’s ensemble singing and playing are impeccable. Palumbo’s lead vocals are chameleonlike, resembling Ian Hunter’s and Bowie’s.”
Don’t miss Crack The Sky as they return with their 20th studio album “Writing From The Wood.” The new release is introspective, unique and progressive, all while taking an acoustic turn. Much of the inspiration for the album stems from the hardships endured by humankind during the 2020-2022 period of isolation, separation and anxiety due to the global pandemic.
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