Today's Progressive Rock Tunes

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  1. PianotunerNJ

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    Slight aside, I saw Roger Waters last night in Newark NJ. Amazing show. Dogs and Pigs!

    I'm a prog lover, and I recently discovered The Flaming Lips, Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, totally killer album IMHO.
     
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    The Alan Parsons Project - Eye in The Sky
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    S.F. Sorrow - The Pretty Things
    From the Real Pretty twofer.
    Artisan x 2 press.
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    Parachute - The Pretty Things
    From the Real Pretty twofer.
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    Did a little comparo between the Artisan and original Kling issues.
    Hmmm...seems the Artisan lost the mojo, quite a difference!
     
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    Pink Floyd - Meddle
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    The Alan Parson Project - I Robot
    1st premium record for the new cart - Maybe this one can find that added detail they promised
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    Yep...a Roy album! Sample it and tell me it's not prog....double dog dare ya'!!!!
    Everybody needs a copy of this title!
    You're Not alone - Roy Buchanan
    Promo cover
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    Prog....or just stoner? Anyhoo...
    Bridge Of Sighs - Robin Trower
    A2U/B2U, UK press.
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    Perhaps you need another shot.....
    Operation: Mindcrime - Queensryche
    Z1, Mastterdisk DMM x 2.
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    Hair prog!!!
     
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    The Prog police will want to see some ID, and your papers. However, Robin Trower=Not Prog, however also, that is an excellent album, which means it didn't have to be prog to be legendary!!
     
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    Cervello - Melos (1973)
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    Now playing the debut album from Tempest. Like most 70's supergroups, Tempest was a short-lived band, but the two albums they did release are excellent early 70's Prog / Hard Rock lp's. Allan Holdsworth plays on this album but he would later be replaced with ex-Patto guitarist Ollie Halsall for the band's second and final lp. Jon Hiseman makes a temporary pitstop in between the breakup of Colosseum and the formation of Colosseum II but, as always, his drumming is top notch. This album is a gem. This is a Swedish pressing from 1973.

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