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Magellan

Magellan is a really unique progressive rock-band, especially in its lyrics; on its first handful of albums, specifically, Magellan emphasizes traditional lyrics. If you’re after a song in regards to the signing from the Magna Carta or the group’s namesake, Magellan, circumnavigating the world, then Magellan may be the band …

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Etron Fou Leloublan

French art-rock device Etron Fou Leloublan — roughly translated, “Mad Sh*t, the Light Wolf” — was shaped in 1974 by vocalist Eulalie Ruynat, bassist/vocalist Ferdinand Richard, saxophonist Chris Chanet, and drummer Guigou Chenevier. Something from the Rock and roll in Opposition coalition — a loose collective of English and EUROPEAN …

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The Flock

Forming in past due-’60s Chicago, the Flock forever languished within the shadow from the Chicago Transit Authority (later on famous as just plain Chicago), whose peculiar method of art rock and roll — incorporating horns as well as other unorthodox instrumentation into rock and roll and jazz forms — in …

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Chris Opperman

Pianist/composer Chris Opperman was raised in NJ and attended Berklee. While at Berklee, Opperman had taken an opportunity and approached Mike Keneally to find if Keneally will be willing to generate the record he was piecing together with his music group from college, Chris Opperman & the Random Aspect. The …

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Andy Partridge

The principal singer, guitarist, and songwriter for the beloved Uk art pop music group XTC, Andy Partridge was created December 11, 1953, on the island of Malta and raised in Swindon, England. In 1976, he teamed with bassist Colin Moulding and drummer Terry Chambers to create Star Park, later on …

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TR3

Virtuoso guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and manufacturer Tim Reynolds formed the initial incarnation of TR3 in 1984, performing a wild crossbreed of psychedelicized rock and roll, funk, and prog. The trio highlighted a continuously revolving cast of music artists apart from its guitarist and frontman, whose biggest promises to fame had …

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FM

The progressive rock group referred to as FM formed in Toronto, Canada, in 1976. The music group started life being a duo as Cameron Hawkins provided keyboards, vocals, and bass and Jeff Plewman — aka the incomprehensible, bandage-swathed Nash the Slash — added vocals, violin, and a power mandolin. Those …

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Bryan Beller

After graduating from Berklee University of Music in 1993, Bryan Beller’s first big gig was with Ahmet and Dweezil Zappa’s band Z, that is where he first met Mike Keneally. In 1996, after two albums along with a tour, Keneally made a decision to keep Z for any solo profession …

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Mike Keneally

Mike Keneally obviously doesn’t prefer to be labeled — he’s a bandleader and bandmember, a rock and roll and jazz fusion participant, and also a superb guitarist, vocalist, keyboardist, and percussionist. Taking on keyboards at age group five, Keneally’s existence transformed when he relocated from NY to California in 1970 …

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