Pelvis Parsley was a breakthrough in the sexual revolution that connected music and sexuality.. In no way was he a King of any sort.. There have been many Princes, but I don't believe there ever has been a King of Rock, since so much passion and difference goes into the creation of music. Basically the combination of talents are involved in anyones successes within the industry. One might include Buddy Holly in this search, but because his life was short lived, I don't consider him a candidate. Chuck Berry laid it down right, but I also think that his claim to fame was the racial barriers that existed at the time. Some Princes might include Don McClean for the endurance of a song that endures the test of time, "American Pie"... who doesn't know most of the words to that tune? A King dominates every aspect of the music world to include almost all forms of composition and the Mastery of all instruments.. Rick Wakeman transcended a large portion of Rock yet "Yes" fell just a bit short after the Epic of "Journey to the Center of the Earth".. Now looking at "A Passion Play", or "Thick As A Brick", even "Aqualung", presents a magnificient mix of Talent and Creativity... Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!