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1) Spring was an early 1970s British progressive rock band. They released only one self-titled album in 1971 which is considered one of the important works of that epoch. Their sound is characterized by the extensive use of mellotron. Their drummer Pick Withers would later play on Dire Straits’ first albums.

2) Sprïng (notice the spelling) is a psych-pop band from Vancouver, BC, Canada.

3) Spring is a punk/rock four piece turned to an epic 6 piece in the decline that started in 2004, hailing from the midwest region of Illinois.

4) Spring is a Flemish band, which originated from the television series by the same name on the Belgian Ketnet channel. They’ve had several hits in their home country.

5. Spring is a California based singer-songwriter. She was born and raised in NYC, NY. and has a degree from The Boston Conservatory in Music/Theatre. She has performed on Broadway in several shows including Grease! & Saturday Night Fever. She has 3 CD’s, SPRING, Springgroove and It’s Alright.

6. Spring was a Spanish/French indie pop band signed to Elefant Records, which disbanded in 2000. Discography: Something Beginning (1995), Be My Star (1995), Tokyo Drifter (1995), Chante en espagnol (1996), Matinées (1996), Out of time (1997), Spring & Friends (1997), The Last Goodbye (1999). In 1999, lead singer Alexandra Pavlou went on to create a side project entitled Suburbia with friends Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux. She also sang the track “Marian” (a Sisters of Mercy cover) on the first Nouvelle Vague compilation album.


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  • Porculus

    Shipwrecked Soldier

    14 May 2013 Reply
  • CDPETE01

    A chap who just happened to mention he loved prog rock in passing one day at work gave me a copy of this brilliant album,at that time it was out of print and very rare,its a bloody good album though,so thanks to Steve for his generosity .

    2 Jan 2012 Reply
  • herkyjerky

    I recently discovered the rare unreleased tracks ("Spring Two") and even if they are pretty weak compared to that classic timeless gorgeous classic album they made, I have to say that just hearing that guy's incredible voice is enough to keep me happy. He's right up there with the dude from Family.

    10 Dec 2011 Reply
  • Color_Of_Sound

    The british album (Spring-1971) is great. I don't know the others band yet......and nothing against them.

    6 Sep 2011 Reply
  • Contristo

    check out this free surf-rock compilation, featuring the best Beach Boys sound-alikes in music history:

    21 Jun 2011 Reply
  • KeyToo

    Fantastic british eclectic/progressive rock.

    29 Jan 2011 Reply
  • blitzenius

    Band Spring dari Malaysia gampang best! as quoted by Ameng, "Muzik indie terlalu ringkas. Muzik Spring pula teknikal macam Dillinger Escape Plan dan Necrophagist."

    20 Jul 2010 Reply
  • DRLN

    I want a picture of the Belgian Spring!

    8 Jul 2010 Reply
  • maraisgr

    I prefer the Dutch band

    20 Jun 2010 Reply
  • kylis

    Irritating this multi-artist thing... also check out great pro-band Cressida - and cry (and please vote for the right pics when you've done weeping!)

    16 Jan 2010 Reply
  • silvertree

    Please vote against that bloody picture !

    10 Oct 2008 Reply
  • flashbleu

    That picture is the worst ever. It looks like SClub&'s retarded cousins. LOVE the t-shirt with Funky written on it. That's class. Ugly might have been better though.

    1 May 2008 Reply
  • super_ruben09

    The picture is from a faggy Belgian band, also called 'Spring'.

    26 Feb 2008 Reply
  • Big_Dip

    The picture is from some obscure teenie-band. The real Spring were a superb prog-band from England. should do something about this.

    18 Feb 2008 Reply
  • alongwaltz

    I prefer Autumn.

    13 Jan 2008 Reply
  • josecharts

    Belgian Spring is so cool and happy. love them :D

    17 Nov 2007 Reply
  • sidar

    Three mellotrons...

    28 Apr 2007 Reply
  • kshanti

    the belgian band has nothing to do with the british prog rock one

    26 Apr 2007 Reply

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