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  1. Mother Gong is a band that grew out of Gong and are based around the vocal talents of Gong co-founder Gilli Smyth (aka Shakti Yoni). Gilli Smyth…

  2. Gongzilla is one of many Gong offshoots. It got its start from the incarnation of Gong led by Pierre Moerlen in the 80s (Pierre Moerlen's Gong).…

  3. British jazz-rock band from the 1970's formed by guitarist Gary Boyle and also featuring bassist Hugh Hopper of soft machine.

  4. Hugh Hopper (29 April 1945 - 7 June 2009) was a composer and bass player from Canterbury, United Kingdom who achieved his highest public profile…

  5. Though the Gongmaison album was initially intended to be the self-titled debut album of the Gong offshoot featuring band mainstays Daevid Allen…

  6. Pioneers of Italian jazz-rock fusion from the 1970's, Perigeo were often compared to early Brand X and actually as innovative as Weather Report,…

  7. Well, to begin with, for those of you who don't know, Daevid Allen was a member of both Soft Machine and Gong. He practically invented Gong and its…

  8. Arti & Mestieri is an Italian band formed in 1974 that has been active off and on since. Their music is a combination of jazz fusion and…

  9. Although England was one of the more fertile grounds for progressive rock in the early '70s, continental Europe was also home to many groups…

  10. Maneige was a Canadian progressive rock and jazz fusion band from Québec, Canada, founded in 1972 by Alain Bergeron and Jérôme Langlois. The…

  11. Stomu Yamashta (born Yamashita Tsutomu, Japanese: 山下勉, 15 March 1947, Kyoto, Japan)
    Since the late 60’s he has developed an international…

  12. Gracious is a UK Progressive Rock group formed in 1968 who also did their 1st tour with The Who and the band recorded 2 releases, Gracious! in…

  13. Frogg Café is a 6 piece jazz-rock (fusion) / progressive rock band from the New York. Frogg Café’s music is also peppered with an appealing…

  14. Atoll was a progressive rock band from France. They released four albums in the 1970s, the first three of which are highly regarded by fans of…

  15. 1. Iceberg (1974-1980) were a jazz-rock fusion band from Catalonia, Spain. The lineup consisted of Max Suñé (guitar), Josep Mas "Kitflus"…

  16. Almost entirely instrumental, the Muffins' music is a unique blend of Canterbury progressive, fusion, improvisation and much more. The group was…

  17. Trio of Doom was a short lived jazz fusion power trio consisting of John McLaughlin on guitar, Jaco Pastorius on electric bass-guitar and Tony…

  18. 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…

  19. Yatha Sidhra was a krautrock band from Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany. They recorded only one album, "A Meditation Mass", an atmospheric,…

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