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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Do I have to put Sventonio / Juba / daoubourg all on ignore, or does one ignore work for all of him?
    You can add this 'Waren' to the list. He's brand new here. Never been here before.
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    Mats/Morgan live with Norrlandsoperan Symphony Orchestra


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    Quote Originally Posted by daoubourg View Post
    Founded in Budapest in 1986, After Crying are an important band of *Chamber progressive* genre. A Gadarai Megszállott (The Fanatic Of Gadarai) is a 22-minute masterpiece from their sophomore album released in 1992:

    At the beginning of this decade, in 2011, After Crying released a concept album in the best tradition of chamber-prog.






    The album is titled Creatura (translated "Being") and sung completely in Hungarian.
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    For the fans of chamber-prog, I'd like to recommend After Crying's album Show (from 2003) as well.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    You can add this 'Waren' to the list. He's brand new here. Never been here before.
    And wow, that "Agoston" sure posts a lot of YouTube clips of Eastern European bands!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baribrotzer View Post
    And wow, that "Agoston" sure posts a lot of YouTube clips of Eastern European bands!
    or should it be or even

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baribrotzer View Post
    And wow, that "Agoston" sure posts a lot of YouTube clips of Eastern European bands!
    Hungary is Central Europe.

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    Just doesn't get it...
    Maka ki ecela tehani yanke lo!

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    So few clues. So much time.

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    ...mind you, I really like After Crying.
    Maka ki ecela tehani yanke lo!

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    Clearly the winner Days of Future Passed
    This is the best combination and perhaps one of the earliest
    this actually works
    What a fine album

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    Clearly the winner Days of Future Passed
    Well, it's the one Moodies album I still keep pulling out on wanting to hear them. Gorgeous work, and it all does - 'work', I mean.
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    Just remembered a favorite of mine: Visitation by Pekka Pohjola. The orchestral swells on “Try to Remember” are just sublime!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Progbear View Post
    Just remembered a favorite of mine: Visitation by Pekka Pohjola. The orchestral swells on “Try to Remember” are just sublime!
    That album has a special place in my heart. Bought it in Helsinki, during a travel through Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark. 'Try to remember' is a great track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    Well, it's the one Moodies album I still keep pulling out on wanting to hear them. Gorgeous work, and it all does - 'work', I mean.
    Its a mystery how In The Court is considered as the 1st Progressive album
    Days of Future Passed has set the template for Symphonic Prog
    and... In The Court brows and steals shamelessly here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    Its a mystery how In The Court is considered as the 1st Progressive album
    Days of Future Passed has set the template for Symphonic Prog
    and... In The Court brows and steals shamelessly here
    That's such a fascinating observation. Never thought of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    That's such a fascinating observation. Never thought of it.
    have a listen to the album - there are specific moments that you can point out were KC took their ideas from

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    Its a mystery how In The Court is considered as the 1st Progressive album
    But this is merely a classic example of a retroactive taxonomy. Progressive rock - or what the term soon came to denote - was itself clearly at play before the debut KC; with groups who stretched the hitherto boundaries of so-called psychedelic rock to completely uncharted terrains as with Zappa/Mothers, Spirit, Kaleidoscope, Soft Machine, Touch, first two Family, Procol, The Nice and yeah, the Moodies indeed.

    Truth be told, the reference to Future Passed did play a part in contemporary reviews of In the Court. You can read as much in the booklet to the Young Person's Guide to KC compilation as well as other places. I suppose some of the reason why the "first 'real' prog" tag stuck with In the Court is that it displayed more of certain traits, such as tight interplay, venomous riffing, improvisations and fantasy lyrics. Still, songs like "Epitaph" and the title track are directly rooted in Future Passed and Lost Chord.
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    Played the original Deep Purple album a few weeks back. It's just as ropey as I remember it being, with Blackmore's soloing being the only time it lurches into life for me. I find this direction a total cul-de-sac for them and I'm glad they didn't really pursue it. (Although there's also their version of Lord's Gemini Suite thing which came out decades later.)

    I too am a big fan of Days Of Future Passed. Peter Knight later went onto arrange for the Carpenters.

    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Do I have to put Sventonio / Juba / daoubourg all on ignore, or does one ignore work for all of him?
    I don't think we've had any more 'visitations' lately. Or have we??

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    The metropole orchestra conducted by Vince Mendoza with a tribute to Joe Zawinul. Pretty good imo but judge yourself and comment if you like to. With extra guests: Victor Bailey, Alex Acuna, Jim Beard, Peter Erskine and Amit Chatterjee. Nubian Sundance is a tune originally performed by Wheater Report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post

    The metropole orchestra conducted by Vince Mendoza with a tribute to Joe Zawinul. Pretty good imo but judge yourself and comment if you like to. With extra guests: Victor Bailey, Alex Acuna, Jim Beard, Peter Erskine and Amit Chatterjee. Nubian Sundance is a tune originally performed by Wheater Report.
    They have worked with a lot of artists. There is also a concert with Steve Vai.



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