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Point of Ares

Hailing from the higher Boston, MA area, Stage of Ares present a unique mixture of hard rock and roll, prog, and punkish seems all utilizing literary types of terms as their lyrical basis. Based on the music group their name “represents their eyesight from the sweeping majesty and power from …

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Roye Albrighton

Ideal- and mostly known for his tenure seeing that business lead guitarist in the 1970s progressive rock and roll group Nektar, Roye Albrighton enjoys a little but devoted following, both in his local Britain and in Germany. Following the demise of his group in the past due ‘70s he laid …

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Peter Hammill

Peter Hammill is a prolific songwriter, vocalist, and co-founder of Vehicle Der Graaf Generator; he in addition has released a large number of single recordings on some labels and down the road his personal Fie! Information. Though he by no means attained the general public profile of fellow countryman David …

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Utopia

Stardom was handed to him with Something/Anything?, but Todd Rundgren turned down it. He wished to explore brand-new musical territory rather, and his travels led him to create Utopia in 1974. Originally, Utopia was a prog rock and roll septet offering three keyboardists, but as the ’70s advanced, the group …

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Jon & Vangelis

Jon Anderson, business lead singer of progressive rock and roll titans Yes, and Greek synthesizer genius Vangelis released 4 collaborative albums of arty electronic pop as Jon & Vangelis between 1980 and 1991, rating a small number of international strike singles. Both had worked collectively before — Vangelis is at …

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Magenta

Magenta began in Cardiff, South Wales, in 2001 when multi-instrumentalist, maker, and engineer Rob Reed began dealing with vocalist Christina Booth on the studio-only task revolving around lyrics compiled by his trouble Steve Reed. The outcome, the recording Revolutions, premiered on F2 Music that same 12 months to crucial acclaim, …

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Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Emerson, Lake & Palmer were progressive rock’s initial supergroup. Greeted from the rock and roll press and the general public as something comparable to conquering heroes, they been successful in broadening the viewers for intensifying rock and roll from thousands into tens of an incredible number of listeners, creating a …

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Echolyn

Echolyn’s style continues to be termed updated intensifying rock, because of the band’s classically qualified, highly professional users — vocalist Ray Weston, guitarist/vocalist Brett Kull, keyboard participant Chris Buzby, bassist Tom Hyatt and drummer Paul Ramsey. After honing their instrumental prowess and close tranquility vocals on three impartial produces, Echolyn …

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It Bites

A British music group with blues and metallic aspirations, but also a solid art rock and roll tendency (thanks partly to maker Steve Hillage), It Bites were formed in the mid-’80s by vocalist and guitarist Francis Dunnery, bassist Dick Nolan, drummer Bob Dalton, and key pad participant John Beck. The …

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Patrick Moraz

After playing a job within the success of Yes’ Relayer album in 1974, keyboardist Patrick Moraz launched a solo career and became one of the most celebrated keyboardists of his age. Through the ’70s, when Moraz reached his primary as an designer, the key pad was still a fresh and …

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