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Old 22nd October 2009, 09:04 PM   #41
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"Fracture" is, to me, the most dramatic moment in the prog rock history.
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Old 22nd October 2009, 09:18 PM   #42
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"Fracture" is, to me, the most dramatic moment in the prog rock history.
You stumped me with that one. Do you mean the song, the movie sound track or these guys?

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Old 22nd October 2009, 09:34 PM   #43
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Band: King Crimson

Song: Fracture

Album: Starless and Bible Black

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Old 22nd October 2009, 10:44 PM   #44
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With very few exceptions (notably "The League of Gentlemen" period, a monumental mixture of post-prog and post-punk), I dumped Fripp & Co. after 1976, until the 2000's. After 25 years, the KC incarnation with Trey Gunn and Pat Mastelotto was, again, an amazing "ConstruKction".
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Yep. One of the most contradictory, infuriating, inane, childish and hatred band in history, at their best. If anything, they undermined the entire prog rock cult from within.
There is a lot of Gentle Giant stuff on Youtube, for those unfamiliar with the band. There's one with the drummer making funny faces that just has to be seen to be believed.

Several of the original members are now touring as "Three Friends"

Oh, and +1 for the person who mentioned Porcupine Tree. Been listening to them since "in absentia".

Nobody mentioned Rush or Jethro Tull, yet....two of my favorites.
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Old 23rd October 2009, 03:21 PM   #46
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Band: King Crimson

Song: Fracture

Album: Starless and Bible Black

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I obviously spaced out on that one. I have that album.
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Old 4th June 2010, 09:53 PM   #47
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Another huge prog rock fan here (have you noticed my nickname?)

Some favorite bands from the 70s / 80s:

=> PINK FLOYD

=> CAMEL

=> RENAISSANCE

=> ELOY

=> FINCH

=> CRESSIDA

=> PAVLOV'S DOG

=> MARILLION

=> P.F.M.

=> BANCO

=> LOCANDA DELLE FATE


Some favorite modern bands:

=> PORCUPINE TREE

=> ISILDURS BANE

=> ANGLAGARD

=> SATELLITE

=> PINEAPPLE THIEF

=> THE FLOWER KINGS

=> GAZPACHO

=> DREDG

=> IONA

=> MOSTLY AUTUMN

Among many others.

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Those, who are not familiar with the Strawbs (British "progressive folk-rock" from the '70s), can check them out at YouTube.
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Those, who are not familiar with the Strawbs (British "progressive folk-rock" from the '70s), can check them out at YouTube.
Great stuff indeed.

My favorite album is "Hero and Heroine".

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I was hooked up with "Bursting At The Seams".
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