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  1. You have two different groups under Wireless. The album you have pictured is "Positvely Human,Realatively Sane" . It comes from a band out of…

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  3. Tony Banks founded Genesis with Charterhouse classmates Mike Rutherford, Peter Gabriel, Anthony Phillips, and others.

    His solo works meander from…

  4. John Hackett is a British flautist, the younger brother of guitarist Steve Hackett. Although his primary instrument is the flute, he also plays…

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  6. Seattle based trio, ft Guitarist Ron Rutherford,Male Vocals,,Drums&Sax.

    I’ve known sax man John Hagelbarger for quite some time in the Portland,…

  7. American progressive rock band who released two albums, Angel Dust (1975) and Another Trip to Earth (1977).

  8. There is more than one artist with the name Consortium.

    1) At the time 'Rebirth' was recorded back in 1975, Consortium were one of the hardest…

  9. In 1981 a group of skilled Mexican musicians formed by Alejandro Lomelín (keyboards), José Terán (guitar), Antonio Castro (bass) and Víctor…

  10. Amidst the outer reaches of Toronto's endless sprawl, hugging the shores of a breezy Lake Ontario, a cozy rehearsal room hums, warmly illuminated…

  11. Roger Powell is probably best known for his work as a keyboardist and synthesist for Todd Rundgren's Utopia.
    (It is said that Rundgren enlisted…

  12. Clarke is a singer, songwriter, producer/engineer, and multi-instrumentalist from Kingston, Ontario. Widely and diligently unpromoted, he releases a…

  13. Obscure U.S. band from the 70's. They worked on a crossover genre between acid psychedelic, jazz and progressive.

  14. Klaatu was a Canadian progressive rock band formed in 1973 and disbanded in 1982. Members John Woloschuk, Dee Long and Terry Draper lived in…

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  16. There are nine different bands named Sky.

    1. Sky was an English-based progressive rock band, formed in 1978 when classical guitarist John Williams…

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  18. Wah Wah Exit Wound is a Seattle-area heavy math, progressive-ish band that started as a four-piece but is now a trio consisting of Bowie McLean…

  19. Eureka Farm was a band from Bellingham, Washington who described themselves as "pop to the 10th power", began in 1996 with members: Arman Bohn…

  20. Jon Douglas Lord was an English Hammond organ and piano player. He was born in Leicester on 9 June 1941 and died on 16 July 2012. He began to play…

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