Gigantic Classic Rock Juggernaut – Here’s THE CAUGHTERY With Huge Debut Single ‘FRAGILE’

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26 May 2022


(Dave Chudnov)

Artists: THE CAUGHTERY
Who: Two musically experienced soul-searchers – Lisa Tingle
and David Gayler – from Austin, Texas creating cinematic rock.
FFO: Heart, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, Paramore, Grace Potter,
Halestorm, The Pretty Reckless, Dorothy, Collective Soul
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Debut single: FRAGILE
The first track from the upcoming self-titled
5-track EP, out on July 15.

The EP is co-produced and mixed by Tim Palmer. Best known for his work, take a deep breath, with Robert Plant, Ozzy Osbourne, Tin Machine, The Mission, HIM, U2, Pearl Jam. He also plays guitar on ‘Fragile.’

Turn Up The Volume: Fan of towering classic rock pyrotechnics? If so, get your stereo ready for a gigantic Goth-metallic-wall-of-paramount sound. Fragile is a sky-scraping juggernaut propelled by muscled Eddie Van Halen-like guitar riffage, a mighty jackhammer inflamed with Lisa Tingle‘s passionate and soulful vocals going over-the-top on the stately chorus. Wow!

I promised you pyrotechnics and, trust me, you get pyrotechnics.

Right here, right now…

Also burning on Spotify

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THE CAUGHTERY: Facebook – Instagram
TIM PALMER: Facebook – Instagram

Prog Rock Kings YES Released Their Album ‘FRAGILE’ 50 Years Ago Today

26 November 2021

Band: YES

Who: Legendary British prog-rockers who started in 1968 with
nightingale voice Jon Anderson, and masterly musicians Chris
Squire
(bass), Peter Banks (guitarist), Tony Kaye (keyboardist)
and Bill Bruford (drummer).

Active: 1968–1981, 1983–2004, 2008–present / 22 studio albums
so far, with this year’s The Quest as the most recent one.

Anniversary album: FRAGILE
Released: 26 November 1971 – 50 years ago today

Pitchfork said: “‘Fragile’ introduced Yes’ highest-powered line-up, as
the silver-cape wearing, 12-keyboard-hauling Rick Wakeman replaced
Tony Kaye. But the question is, what was “fragile?” Their egos? The battle
between the perfectly balanced arrangements– as on classic rock radio
staples “Roundabout” and “Long Distance Runaround”, and each virtuoso’s
need to grandstand, vented through five solo interludes (most memorably
Steve Howe’s “Mood for a Day”)? All that firepower could have ruined the
band, yet on Fragile, they put songcraft firmly over indulgence.
” Score: 8/10.

Turn Up The Volume: The Kings of prog-rock symphonies 6th LP.
1974’s Relayer still is my Yes favorite, but Fragile comes in second.

Key single: Roundabout…

Stream full LP here…

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YES: All Albums – HistoryFacebook