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Pavlov’s Dog

The artsy very difficult rock group Pavlov’s Dog spanned progressive music and rock in quite similar way that Rush did in its start. Also like Hurry, Pavlov’s Dog experienced a vocalist, David Surkamp, whose unique high-pitched tone of voice was the group’s take-it-or-leave-it element. Outside of a little cult pursuing, …

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PFM

Italy’s leading progressive rock and roll outfit of the first ’70s, PFM could have remained a purely Italian sensation had they not been signed to Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s Manticore label. Their audio was even more distinctly rooted within the pre-classical period than that of their Germanic counterparts. Furthermore to …

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Aphrodite’s Child

A Greek music group of the past due ’60s and early ’70s, Aphrodite’s Kid scored only 1 European strike, “Rainfall and Tears.” Though it had been a huge one, the group became bit more when compared to a trivia reply after keyboardist Vangelis Papathanassiou fell his surname and strike number …

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Kai Hansen

A German guitarist and vocalist who 1st found success because the co-founder of power metallic greats Helloween, Kai Hansen was created in 1963 in Hamburg, Western Germany. He started his musical profession in 1978 alongside Iron Saviour co-founder and maker Piet Sielck in an organization known as Gentry. He created …

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Greenslade

Dave Greenslade (secrets) and Tony Reeves (bass) shaped Greenslade in 1972. Both had previously performed collectively in Colosseum plus they recruited Dave Lawson (Show Six) as vocalist. For any drummer the group added Andrew McCulloch (Ruler Crimson, Crazy Globe of Arthur Dark brown) and their self-titled recording was released the …

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Ange

Considered the People from france exact carbon copy of Genesis because of the heavy theatrical version of progressive rock and roll, Ange released 14 albums from your ’70s towards the mid-’80s. The group was led by vocalists Christian and Francis Decamps and included guitarist Jean-Michel Brezovar, bassist Daniel Haas, and …

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PFM

Not to end up being confused with the ’70s Italian prog-rock band of exactly the same name, PFM were the foundation of a few of the most popular ambient/intelligent jungle music — including “Only” and “For all those” — through the style’s 1995-96 heyday. Pairing hard, moving amen breaks with …

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Not a Good Sign

Placing a 21st century spin in the appear of classic ’70s prog rock and roll, the Italian group Wii Sign emerged together after Marcello Marinone, producer and mind from the Milan-based avant-prog AltrOck label, and two from the label’s major musicians, guitarist Francesco Zago and keyboardist Paolo “Ske” Botta, made …

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Calliope

Produced to recreate the design of intensifying music that was so well-known in 1970s Italy, Turin’s Calliope was observed because of its analog keyboard sound and extreme modern lyrics blended with a hard rock and roll rhythm section. Going through several lineup adjustments, the group pursued a far more symphonic …

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Slow Feet

Initially made up of guitarist and lead vocalist Paolo Bonfanti, guitarist Mauro Pagani, keyboardist and vocalist Vittorio de Scalzi (from the brand new Trolls), bassist Reinhold Kohl, and drummer and vocalist Franz di Cioccio (from PFM), Slower Feet — a play about Eric Clapton’s nickname, Slower Hands — began when …

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