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  1. Hard rock trio from Newcastle whose album is now rare. They had a good reputation as a live act and wrote some strong material on their album,…

  2. The only album of this british group is one of the most interesting and less known items in the progressive rock catalogue. It is hard to believe…

  3. Not much is known about ARDO DOMBEC except that they were an early 70's German prog band who released an album with a heavy, bluesy, and…

  4. Galliard were formed in Birmingham, in the summer of 1968. They cut two albums, “Strange Pleasure” and “New Dawn”, both of which were produced by…

  5. Cherry Five is an Italian progressive rock group that made only one (self titled) album, which was critically acclaimed.

    This band included Tony…

  6. "Amazing and underrated prog work from the early UK era. Sounding like a heavier version of Fruup the album Titus Groan featured on the Dawn…

  7. Burnin Red Ivanhoe
    Formed: 1967, København, Denmark
    Members: Karsten Vogel (saxophone, cello, organ), Steen Claësson (vocals, guitar), Kim Menzer…

  8. Amos Key is another one of those obscure, one-album gems. It is keyboard, bass, and drum, with emphasis on keyboards. There is some sparsely used…

  9. Danish jazzy-prog rock band featuring ex members of Burnin' Red Ivanhoe and Hurdy Gurdy, and C.Dans.
    Secret Oyster was really a continuation of…

  10. Strangely named after a pipe tobacco, the Berlin group Murphy Blend were always quite a mystery. They were also a rarity in early German rock, as…

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