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British Prog Rock Oct 2
My thoughts and those of all fans, are firmly with superhero of who arrived in a wheelchair for a gig in the US yesterday and fell on stage. His poor health and crippling back disease are so sad to see. Stay strong, Phil. We are all with you
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psychedelic music Aug 6
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British Prog Rock Sep 30
Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Top supergroup. Produced so many epic albums in the early 70s... Which one, in your opinion was their very best? You can cast your vote and choice in the poll here below.
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Steven A Banass Jul 14
David Gilmour returns to Pompeii after 45 years: Setlist + Video via
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British Prog Rock Oct 5
Recently named in a poll here by thousands of you as the best ever band. Countless epic albums. I selected the 4 below for you to vote and choose the very best in their legendary career.
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jorge Sep 13
Replying to @BritishProg
En realidad son más , estos son los que se me ocurren. 1- Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same 2- The Beatles - The Beatles 3 - Genesis - Three sides live 4- Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here. Saludos !!
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XYY Jul 24
Replying to @BritishProg
Great Gig ~ Pink Floyd
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Uwe Bernhard Sep 8
Replying to @BritishProg
The supergroup par ex­cel­lence.
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Numa  Sep 13
This is my top 😅: 1. Dark Side of the Moon 2. In The Court of the Crimson King 3. Selling England by the Pound 4. Close to the Edge
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jorge Sep 14
Replying to @BritishProg
1- Supertramp -Supertramp 2- Jethro Tull - thick as a brick 3 - Genesis - Three sides live 4- Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here.
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Ken Venet Mar 24
So true, for me anyway. Funny, looking back, how my teenage years and future musical tastes, were shaped by and also, American Jazz, which, to my mind, is a close relative of Prog.
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Ramiro Jul 10
Replying to @BritishProg
For absent friends, nothing more british than this.
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Ken Venet Jan 17
Replying to @BritishProg
Brings back memories of music I listened to as a teen and now as an adult. My knowledge of Prog is not nearly as deep as other followers so has been a real learning tool. Went out and read Weigel’s book as soon as you mentioned it Mauro, another Prog education.
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Ghostofborsalino Aug 4
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Ron Iwaszkiewicz Sep 22
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Svein-Frode Mar 31
Replying to @BritishProg
is by far the most interesting thing that has happened in music since Bach. Love it!
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sven bruns Jan 5
Le Orme - Uomo di Pezza My first dip into Italien Prog Rock - Recommendations welcome.
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Uwe Bernhard Sep 12
Replying to @BritishProg
An inspiring picture. with a small pinch of classics from Canada, Germany and France. A good autumn dish, according to my taste. Thank you for this picture.
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Alex Grimshaw Jan 27
Just picked up these little beauties at Todmorden Market
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British Prog Rock Oct 12
An album of huge success. Legendary and epic in many respects. Certainly one of the very best by top band
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