Progrography

John Wetton
One of prog rock's premium free agents. The bassist/vocalist (and sometime keyboardist) has played both a large and small role with progressive rock's finest: King Crimson, Family, Uriah Heep, U.K., Asia and Roxy Music. Although Wetton has released a handful of solo albums over the years, he apparently harbors few illusions about his own legacy. His live performances, and the live releases that litter his discography, continue to draw heavily from his past work with King Crimson, Asia and UK. Once the consummate team player, Wetton has traded in on his own name recognition in the '90s and onward. Sinister, which featured new material, was released in the spring of 2001.

Date ALBUMS / Singles
1980 CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE
1987 WETTON MANZANERA (a.k.a. ONE WORLD)
1987 KING'S ROAD 1972-1980
1991 JACKNIFE
1994 VOICE MAIL (a.k.a. BATTLE LINES)
1995 July 18 CHASING THE DRAGON
1996 October 8 AKUSTIKA LIVE IN AMERICA
1998 March 20 ARKANGEL
1998 May 19 CHASING THE DEER
1998 November 3 LIVE TOKYO 1997
1999 June NOMANSLAND
1999 June 8 MONKEY BUSINESS
1999 August 10 HAZY MONET: LIVE IN NEW YORK CITY
1999 August 24 SUB ROSA: LIVE IN MILAN
2000 December LIVE AT THE SUN PLAZA TOKYO 1999
2001 March 26 SINISTER (a.k.a. WELCOME TO HEAVEN)
2001 June 21 ANTHOLOGY
2002 April 5 ONE WAY OR ANOTHER
2002 May 17 MORE THAN CONQUERORS
2003 February 17 LIVE IN ARGENTINA
2003 May 19 LIVE IN OSAKA
2004 May 31 AMATA
2004 September 6 ROCK OF FAITH
2005 AGENDA
2005 August 2 ICON
2006 November 14 ICON II: RUBICON

SEE ALSO...
ASIA discography
FAMILY discography
BRYAN FERRY discography
KING CRIMSON discography
PHIL MANZANERA discography
U.K. discography
URIAH HEEP discography
Two Sides of Peter Banks
Steve Hackett: Watcher of the Skies

 

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