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Official British Prog Rock account.
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British Prog Rock 11h
Replying to @Mndcrimer
You should have stopped 😕
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British Prog Rock 12h
Best 12 minutes of to play in the car at full volume on a Friday evening and a huge thank you to legendary genius for gracing my ears and heart with his music
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British Prog Rock 19h
Replying to @Jon_Knighton
Great album
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British Prog Rock Jul 18
When one of the very top bands of all time was formed in London in 1968, founder member guitarist (rip) chose the name because it was “short and sweet”.
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British Prog Rock Jul 17
Replying to @TaminaRock
Me too!
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British Prog Rock Jul 17
Replying to @IanCUren
Thanks a lot, Ian
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British Prog Rock Jul 17
Replying to @daytripper_29
Me too!
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British Prog Rock Jul 17
Replying to @hoftof5
So sorry to hear about your situation, Marcus.... thank you for sharing it with us. I really appreciate it and hope the Almighty watches over you and protects you. Mauro
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British Prog Rock Jul 17
I absolutely love that song
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British Prog Rock Jul 17
“Look at me now... the shadow of the man I used to be...” I dedicate this beautiful, poignant song to all my friends & followers here who are feeling lonely, getting older and/or losing hope. Never, ever, ever give up.
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British Prog Rock Jul 17
We are getting old(er), Paul! 😁
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British Prog Rock Jul 17
Why am I included in your conversation with that guy, whom I was forced to block?
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British Prog Rock Jul 17
It was a figure of speech 😁
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British Prog Rock Jul 16
Steve pops up in all my conversations
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British Prog Rock Jul 16
sorry... why am I tagged in on this?
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British Prog Rock Jul 16
I love Spectral Mornings, but Voyage is prefect
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British Prog Rock Jul 16
Replying to @LoserInTheEnd
I couldn’t agree more with you, Ed
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British Prog Rock Jul 16
It’s wonderful, George. I play it very often and have done so for the past 44 years
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British Prog Rock Jul 16
Steve is the ultimate ambassador to the cause. We all love him
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British Prog Rock Jul 16
It’s a wonderful, haunting track. I must have listened to it thousands of times. I never tire of putting it on. It grows on me each time. I always prefer original versions, but I love the live version with Steven Wilson too.
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