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    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    Agree!!.
    Fantastic and excellent work/opera rock!; a pillar of the Latin American progressive scene; at the same level as for example:
    - Materia Gris - Oh Perra Vida de Beto (1972).
    - Vox Dei - La Biblia (1971)
    - Los Jaivas - Alturas de Macchu Picchu (1981)

    Regards!!.
    Thanks for the suggestion of Vox Dei, this is very good. I still feel that Arco Iris is on another level . One of the great bands of 70's rock music in my opinion.

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    Laura Meade - Remedium

    There's one solo from Brems where he sounds like John Carpenter's The Thing took over his body....

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    Barcelona Progressiva - Same.
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    Interesting 2cd complilation of the progressive rock movement in Barcelona in the 70s. ... between 1969 and 1973!:
    - Màquina!, Tapiman, Toti Soler, Fusioon, Om, Max Sunyer, Estratagema, Mi Generación, Vértice, Jordi Sabatés, Fussion, Ia & Batiste, Pau Riba, Agua de Regaliz or Maria del Mar Bonet and less known but also important as Jarka, Crac, Rock On The Rocks, Dos + Un or Lucky Guri & Peter Roar.-

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    The Knife - Silent Shout album.

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    Mandrake Memorial Puzzle 1969


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    Still can not get enough of this one : Lost Crowns - Every night something happens

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    All Traps On Earth - A Drop Of Light.
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    The Cosmic Psychos - Blokes You Can Trust

    “Pleasure and pain can be experienced simultaneously,” she said, gently massaging my back as we listened to her Coldplay CD.

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    Arlette Jequier y Grupo - Aire.
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    Thumpermonkey - Make Me Young, etc.

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    Vieux Carre - Eteronomie

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    Henry Cow live box set - Vol. 9 “Late” incl. their set at that 1st RIO festival. Superb. Their improvisations really grab me like nothing else. Intense, abstract and blasting through realms unknown. One reviewer described it as Henry Cow at their most cacophonous and catastrophic.
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    OSI - Blood

    Forgotten just how good this was...

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    Hard Road - John Mayall and the Blues Breakers with the green god, Peter Green, on guitar
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    The CD in PROG #95. Once again, meh.........Were these curated at one point? The Cd's from a few years ago had some good stuff on them...I actually discovered some great new artists....Now I hear the bands "purchase" their spots on the CD......"Mediocre Metal" should be the title of the next CD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lopez View Post
    Hard Road - John Mayall and the Blues Breakers with the green god, Peter Green, on guitar
    Good stuff!!!

    One of his best
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garyhead View Post
    The CD in PROG #95. Once again, meh.........Were these curated at one point? The Cd's from a few years ago had some good stuff on them...I actually discovered some great new artists....Now I hear the bands "purchase" their spots on the CD......"Mediocre Metal" should be the title of the next CD.
    With a VERY few exceptions (Kylver being a notable example) every time I listen to these cds I find myself thinking 'if this is the future of prog, then prog has no future'...

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    My dad bought a french compilation with Saliha when I was 5 years old or something. That would probably be in 1962... I still have it.





    Here it is https://www.discogs.com/it/Saliha-Da...elease/7825707
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    Fire! - The Hands.

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    Anderson/Stolt - Invention of Knowledge

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