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progressive rock music Re: prog-rock (way off-topic)

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From: Jimmy Fowler <jimfowler@prodigy.net>
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Date: Thursday, February 28, 2002 5:47 PM
Subject: prog-rock (way off-topic)

>hi all...considering most of us have relatively similar taste (we're
closer>together than, say, any random assembly of individuals at least), 
really>digging for some new (new to me) progressive rock bands.  i do love
kc from>early 80's, i don't like dream theatre-types, so any suggestions

well here are some progressive rock (among other style/genre) based music
that you may find of interest:
Dixie Dregs - particularly FreeFall, What If, Night of the Living Dregs and
Dregs of the Earth
B.L.U.E. -
Bruford - One of a Kind and Feels Good to Me
you can check a cool branch of the late 70's/80's Fripp connections (if you
are not already familiar with same), incl.:
Robert Fripp - Exposure
Daryl Hall - Sacred Songs
Peter Gabriel - I and II
Brian Eno - Another Green World
Adrian Belew - Mr. Music Head, Twang Bar King, Lone Rhino and Young Lion
Kraftwerk - Radio-Activity
Glenn Phillips - Scratched By the Rabbit and Walking Through Walls 
all of his collection!)
John Coltrane - The Major Works of John Coltrane, not rock , but:
ta-duh-deh-dah-dey, da do da deh de

progressive rock is the one field i'm not terribly familar with>(as opposed
to jazz, independent rock, classical which i have a pretty firm>grasp on).
>>thanks for the suggestions.

hope some of the above proves interesting.
best regards, Pedro Felix - NYC 2002