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In the late '60s and early '70s a power rock trio from Youngstown, Ohio called Glass Harp reached for the stars. A bare bones group in the tradition of Cream, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, and The James Gang, Glass Harp developed a signature progressive sound that allowed the members, collectively and individually, to stretch beyond the confines of standard form; breaks in songs for guitar, bass, flute, and drum solos were de riguere, as extended improvisations that would take the… read more

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  • Avatar for OnlyVisitor
    A really good stuff for my heart and mind <><
  • Avatar for joshmattg
    Our band is covering Changes!
  • Avatar for easterntrees
    anybody going to see them in nyc on friday 3/9? msg me.
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  • Avatar for livingissuicide
    @ JupiterSSJ4, I got Synergy on vinyl as well. I love that record and it's super rare too. I got it for 5 bucks at an antique shop. Great find.
  • Avatar for XSoulHunterX
    found this band, late in the evening next day ordered a CD of them, pure gold!
  • Avatar for Watcher
    Hi JupiterSSJ4, I saw Glass Harp twice back in Cincinnati in 1971, they were great. That vinyl you have must be pretty rare I've never seen an LP.
  • Avatar for kimmypoo00
    Wow Phil is super rockin
  • Avatar for JupiterSSJ4
    Just found out about them! I have 3 vinyls. I live in NE Ohio and I guess they played before they were big in a local club in Kent just minutes from here. Only have listened to Synergy, but am going to give the other 2 a listen ASAP. They are amazing!
  • Avatar for Watcher
    Phil Keaggy was and is a great musician. These guys deserve a listen.

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