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  1. Toe Fat was an English rock music band active from 1969 to 1971, notable for including two future members of Uriah Heep.
    Formed in 1969, the band…

  2. Sindelfingen were a short-lived British quartet who played folk-leaning progressive music and who released a single studio album during their…

  3. Pugh's place is a progressive rock group formed in Leeuwarden, Fryslan. Hans Kerkhoven played in a local band called Example in 1965. This band…

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  5. At least 7 bands are using the name "Ursa Major":

    1) Ursa Major is collective of musicians and songwriters currently based in Pittsburgh…

  6. Julian Jay Savarin is a British musician, songwriter, poet and science fiction author. Born in Dominica, Savarin moved to Great Britain with his…

  7. Exact reissue of excellent rare early '70s Deram psych / prog. One of the most interesting albums on the label with powerful distinctive male…

  8. In 1971 four young men from Sun Valley Idaho; Jim Klahr (keyboards), Mike Snead (lead guitar and vocals), Steve Towery (drums and vocals), and…

  9. The Greatest Show On Earth were originally formed in 1968 by guitarist Garth-Roy and his bass-playing brother Norman. The original line-up included…

  10. Cardeilhac was one of the first Swiss progressive
    groups. From the looks of their names, they seem to be from the Latin part of the country…

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