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John Young Band
CD Reviews
Live at the Classic Rock Society 2003
Review by Lorraine Kay
This live recording of the John Young Band is a great sampling of what John Young is about. With John Young out front on vocals and keyboards this sexy offering is one that should be added to all prog-rock collections.
John Young Band
Interview by Lorraine Kay
Interview with John Young from 2006

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I've heard this band referred to as cross-over prog or AOR or any number of other things that describe a sound that's prog, but not quite. Or at least that's my interpretation of those labels.

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Lifesigns is a music project spearheaded by John Young, composer, keyboards player and vocalist, aided by bass player Nick Beggs (Steve Hackett and Steven Wilson), drummer Martin “Frosty” Beedle (Cutting Crew) and producer Steve Rispin.
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