It Wasnt For You - Various - Prog Rock & Beyond (CD)
Label: Metro Select - METRSL145 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Progressive Metal
Le Hareng-saur - Bruno & Romain - Mes Matins (Vinyl), 彼女は太陽のエンジェル - 神聖かまってちゃん* - 英雄syndrome (CD, Album), New Lands - Justice (3) - Audio, Video, Disco. (CD, Album), A Reason To Believe - Immediate (3) - Epic #3 (CD, Album), Satisfied (Satisfied Beats) - Miguel Migs - Satisfied (Vinyl), All Over - Nitzer Ebb - Showtime (Cassette, Album), Sound Asleep - Blondie - Eat To The Beat (Vinyl, LP, Album), Como El Agua Sin Cauce - Papi Meza Y Su Conjunto - Tributo A Hilarión Correa (CD, Album), Javadvielle - Ad Vielle Que Pourra - Musaïque (CD, Album), Its So Easy - Wings (2) - Last Flight (CD), Space Station (Moonwalk Mix), Carryin On - Canyon (6) - Carryin On (Vinyl), Lili Marlene - Kenny Ball And His Jazzmen - Saturday Night At The Mill (Vinyl, LP), Die Freuden Des Breiten Sports - J.B.O. - S.P.O.R.T. (CD)
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Now In Colour is a 3 piece progressive rock band from Sydney, Australia. Founded by guitarist / singer Niko bassist Jeaux and drummer / percussionist Jasper in late , their first self titled album "Now In Colour" was released on March 15,
Roger Dean, renowned artist of various prog-rock album covers. His work his mostly attributed to Yes. As the s rolled in, so do a new wave of progressive rock.
Ambrosia is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in Ambrosia had five Top 40 hit singles released between and , including the Top 5 hits "How Much I Feel" and "Biggest Part of Me", and top 20 hits "You're the Only Woman (You & I)" and "Holdin' on to Yesterday".Most of the original band members have been active with the group continuously for well over 25 years.
Various – Let’s Dance (The Sound Of The 60’s Part 1) – Comp, LP. Add to cart. SKU: Categories: Compilation, LP, Vinyl Records, ⏺️ By Format.
In the mids the return of progressive rock was met with a combination of horror and confusion by the music press. The victories of the punk wars were still fresh in writers’ memories, and prog was the symbolic monster that the knock-kneed knights of the No Future generation had supposedly slain.
Soon enough, it wasn't even really about the technical exploration anymore, and I just realized I appreciated the overall attitudes of prog acts. Even Caravan or Egg was endearing and appealing to me. I still love all those other classic rock acts, but prog to me is something special and ambitious and unapologetic about being aggressively uncool.