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  2. A progressive folk band formed in the late sixties, Tudor Lodge released their eponymous album on Vertigo in 1971, where it sold poorly enough to…

  3. Os Mundi have been quoted as Berlin's first "rock big band" with a line-up that could swell to a dozen. Little-known really, Os Mundi were indeed an…

  4. By: ChrisGoes(Rock)

    Hard & heavy guitar rock from Berlin, 1971, with 'no-messin' attitude, overloaded guitar, and english vocals. Includes a cover of…

  5. 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…

  6. Extraordinary heavy-rock-trio, which had been influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Hawkwind, Edgar Broughton and Black Sabbath. Progressive fuzzbluesrock…

  7. This is German prog from the late seventies. Instrumentally, acoustic guitar, flute, harpsichord and a variety of keyboards lock together to make…

  8. Dschinn was a band formed in Marburg, Hessen, Germany. They released their only album in 1972 on Bacillus Records.

    They were previously known as…

  9. Formed in 1974 by four students, Lightshine originated from the town of Emmerich in the lower Rhein area. Slightly out of their time, negotiations…

  10. German progressive jazz-rock band that released four albums between 1970-1974.

    Based out of Stuttgart, Joy And The Hit Kids released several…

  11. Langsyne is a progressive folk group from Germany.
    Their only effort was recorded and released in 1976. Self-titled, its music is a consistent…

  12. "German act TETRAGON was a short-lived outfit that was formed following Ralph Schmieding's departure from the trio Trikolon. The remaining members…

  13. An underground heavy progressive power trio that recorded a legendary collector's item entitled "4 Times Sound Razing". This album contained just…

  14. Eela Craig was a progressive rock band from Austria, playing from 1970 to 1988 (with longer breaks between).

    The band was founded in Linz in 1970…

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  17. Siloah were a German progressive psych / folk band in the vein of Kalacakra, Langsyne and others “curiosities”. A collective hippie musical tribe…

  18. Named for the Lord's Prayer, this Austrian band was a '70s progressive rock group. They sound similar to psych-rock of the time, but more…

  19. Mc Church Soundroom is an ecclectic psych free blues rock ensemble that has closed relationships with krautrock (in particular with the heavy,…

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