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Yugen

Italian avant-prog ensemble Yugen came together by the end of 2004 beneath the impetus of guitarist Francesco Zago and music festival organizer and AltrOck label head Marcello Marinone. Zago envisioned an organization uniting prog rock and roll and chamber music components, and began composing compositions for Yugen, whose account by …

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Clouds

Clouds were a promising psychedelic-cum-prog-rock music group who never present the commercial achievement to complement their critical raves. As opposed to the majority of their contemporaries and competitors who hailed from Britain, the trio’s root base had been in Scotland and trailed back again to the middle-’60s. Ian Ellis (vocals) …

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Space Opera

Space Opera were formed in the past due ’60s by Brett Wilson (drums/percussion), Philip White colored (bass/acoustic guitar/keyboards/vocals), Scott Fraser (acoustic guitar/keyboards/vocals), and David Bullock (electric guitar/flute/harmonica/vocals). (Basically Wilson had made an appearance in the one-off studio room group Whistler, Chaucer, Detroit & Greenhill, whose lone LP became a collector’s …

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Junior’s Eyes

Junior’s Eye are one of the most well-known unknowns — if this oxymoron could be used — from the late-’60s Uk psychedelic scene. A lot of people who have noticed any mention of them at each is apt to understand them just as an action that offered as David Bowie’s …

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Abrete Gandul

Chilean prog rockers Abrete Gandul received their widest worldwide attention to day using the release of 2011’s Enjambre Sismico about Fading Information, an affiliate from the Italian AltrOck imprint. However the Abrete Gandul that released Enjambre Sismico was significantly unique of the band of the same name that got its …

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Inner Ear Brigade

Guitarist, composer, and Mills University music structure graduate Costs Wolter has with various Bay Region rings, and formed this adventurous avant-prog clothing in Oakland, California around 2005. Using a quartet lineup of electric guitar, keyboards, bass, and drums, Inner Hearing Brigade self-released the four-song Tummy Human brain EP in the …

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Atoll

The French exact carbon copy of prog-rock rings Yes and Genesis, Atoll recorded four albums in the mid- to later ’70s using a lineup that stabilized by enough time from the group’s second album. L’Araignee Mal (1975) included vocalist/percussionist André Balzer, guitarist Christian Beya, bassist Jean-Luc Thillot, key pad participant …

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Mushroom

This Dublin group’s sole and rare album, 1973’s Early One Morning hours…., provided a fascinating indie-type spin over the United kingdom Isles folk-rock design of the first ’70s. Though intensely indebted in a few methods to the rock-up-traditional-Celtic-folk strategy pioneered by Fairport Convention and Steeleye Period, it added even more …

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Merrell Fankhauser & H.M.S. Bounty

After cutting some okay folk-rock and psychedelia on ultra-rare information along with his group the Exiles, guitarist, singer, and songwriter Merrell Fankhauser moved to LA, retitled his backing group H.M.S. Bounty, and documented an excellent, if obscure, cut of pop-psychedelia in 1968, Items. The varied offerings within the group’s only …

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Ajalon

Created in 1994, Ajalon is usually a Seattle-based intensifying rock-band rooted heavily within their Christian beliefs. They required their name from your Bible (Joshua 10:12), a tough translation of their name becoming “grace amid the open fire.” When Rick Wakeman (most likely most widely known for his function in Yes) …

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