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October Equus

Located in Madrid, the Spanish avant-prog outfit October Equus shaped in 2003, and experienced completed the documenting of their eponymous debut album by April of 2005, although October Equus had not been released until early the next year. Featuring guitarist Ángel Ontalva, keyboardist Victor Rodriguez, bassist Amanda Pazos, and drummer …

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Dave Stewart

To find the regular confusion taken care of right from the start, Dave Stewart the keyboardist/vocalist isn’t David A. Stewart, guitarist for the Eurythmics. This Dave Stewart is definitely a tale in English intensifying music circles, 1st as keyboardist for Egg, Hatfield as well as the North, and Country wide …

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Hatfield and the North

Emerging from your Canterbury, England music community that also released Gong and Kevin Ayers’ depends upon, the whimsical progressive rock and roll unit Hatfield as well as the North created in 1972. Called honoring a motorway indication beyond London, the group’s founding regular membership brought collectively a who’s who from …

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Richard Sinclair

Given birth to in 1948 in Canterbury, Britain, Richard Sinclair spent some time working with a lot of Uk and Western prog rock and roll, avant-prog, and jazz-rock music artists during the period of many decades. Actually, in lots of ways his overall performance réamounté reads just like a who’s …

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Pip Pyle

Drummer Pip Pyle have been involved with a lot of Canterbury scene rings that certain interviewer asked the entirely valid issue, “How could it be you never were able to play with Soft Machine?” (“Well, I under no circumstances got asked, I assume” was Pyle’s reply). He wasn’t there at …

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Phil Miller

Guitarist Phil Miller is definitely a fixture in Uk progressive music. In 1971, he helped set up the music group Matching Mole with drummer/vocalist Robert Wyatt of Soft Machine. Matching Mole split up after liberating two LPs, Matching Mole and Small Crimson Record. Miller after that formed Hatfield as well …

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Matching Mole

Between his departure through the Soft Machine and the correct beginning of his solo career, Robert Wyatt steered Matching Mole, an outfit which bore much similarity to his later use Soft Machine. Certainly, the name Matching Mole was selected as a refined pun on Soft Machine (the audio of the …

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Barbara Gaskin

Among the shock hits of the first 80s was 1981’s UK #1 1 cover edition of Leslie Gore’s ‘It all’s My Party’ by two past users of several UK progressive rings. Dave Stewart (b. 30 Dec 1950, Waterloo, London, Britain) was originally organist in Uriel in past due 1967 (with …

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