Hatfield and Da Norf edishWhat is Progressive Rock?>https://rateyourmusic.com/genre/progressive-rock/Good albums to start with?>https://www.musicgenretree.org/essential_prog.png (embed)Obscure prog gems>https://rateyourmusic.com/list/antonbildern/a-secret-society-obscure-progressive-rock-albums/Previous: >>118214679
>>118278926>Da Norfhttps://youtu.be/6F9gtblNeiY?si=wsyOrgRMqgsR8xg7Castle progfusion
Juliana and not the north https://youtu.be/4epl6iGA0u8?si=CKh23HZU4SjxcVQG
Progressive swing jazz
controversial opinion on a critically acclaimed artist
Hat and Fieldhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjOZX9eoyPQ
>>118280781are you talking 1940s progressive big band or stuff like diablo swing orchestra or the postmodern jukebox
>Previous: >>118214679 literally a canterbury thread that was invaded because of the titleThe actual previous gen, for posterity: >>118103688
>>118282043Canterbury is prog.>Canterbury lives matter
we can't all bury but it's ok
WE MADE IT TO 300 REPLIES, LET'S FUCKING GOhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIBgX2m18sA
>mom is watching old yes clips on youtube again
>>118283452I want to have sex with your ex-groupie mother
>>118282082Canterbury bros check in
>>118283458She wasn't a groupie but she did see every fucking prog rock band that stopped in Pittsburgh in the mid 70s. I posted her ticket stubs a few months ago.https://desuarchive.org/mu/thread/114988788/#115010490
EGG & CARAMEL VAN HEALTH
>>118283529So based. Love and appreciate her as best you can
>>118283470Holy shit how tf was this 1937
I just found out the official Midnight Special channel recently uploaded these King Crimson performances in HQ for the first time. I've literally waited 15 years to find a video of it that wasn't recorded with a potato https://youtu.be/t4hrwgMndEo?feature=sharedhttps://youtu.be/pIDrvoI_hJ0?feature=sharedI also find it funny they let Genesis go over 5 minutes with both of their songs when they were on but KC have to completely rip through Easy Money & Larks Tongue in less than 10 minutes
>>118284492KC was less melodic so maybe they thought it wouldn't hold the walnut brains
>>118285726it's astounding that such a beautiful, unique and aesthetic song could exist like that, and still somehow only be the third best on the album. truly a testament to how good anglos were doing this shit back in the 70s
https://youtu.be/DS76YKxiOKU?si=PWkG00raaLw-7E7rSEMBRA QUASI UN MAREE L'ERBAAAE LEGGERO IL MIO PENSIERO VOLA E VAHO QUASIPAURACHE SI PERDAAAAAAAA
>>118278926How is italian prog so good bros
>>118288473British prog > Italian prog >>>> Swedish prog > any other country
>>118288473shamelessly lyrical and melodic, italians musical heritage and sensibilities were just perfect for prog.while clearly inspired by the og british bands, they're very rarely caught sounding like an imitation, instead gleefully exploring the unlimited possibilities that await when anything goes, with bold, bright statements that just ooze grandeur & confidence.
>>118288532Norwegian prog should be up there
>>118288806>18 viewsWhere do you even find this stuff?
Is the Canterbury scene the middle ground between Prog and Jazz Fusion?
>>118289560you can usually find cool relatively unknown jap avant-prog projects by searching through the side projects of musicians that played with yoshida or any of his bands https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIa1j61mJGs
>>118289560NTA, but I also know Le Silo. Go to progarchives, top 100 albums from japan and Le Silo is near the top.
>>118283518I have a Camel tour poster with this lineup. Had to order the vinyl from Japan to get it.
>>118289994>Liked by theadrianbelewDoes Adrian really go around liking KC shitposts
>>118284368wait until you find out what art tatum was doing that same decade>>118289691probably, though one could also make an argument for jazz musicians inspired by prog like hiromi uehara or brad mehldau, and of course some zeuhl>>118288976big time agree
>>118291054I hope he does.
>>118291054the seethe from that guy is hilarious. adrian should thank his lucky stars that he ever got to be in fripp's presence, let alone be in the band.
>>118278926What's /prog/s opinion of this? found thishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzbRSljllZw
>>118289994Memes aside, Fripp has said a lot of stuff about the importance and personal fulfillment of music to him.
>>118294214better than expected. pretty funny, in good part because there's no way that entire album would have turned out the way it did with Peter still in, i'm sure
going through the flower kings discography now to find that one song
Does anyone here like or has heard Argentinian prog?https://youtu.be/c7u_NB7T89Y?si=7GbC2tb5s-sJEBbp
>>118295020>"huh, that was a pretty decent album">track 2 starts
>>118294214Too flat, missing Peter's flair but when AI advances a little more no telling what might come out of these
>>118294214This one's better because Phil already sounded like Peter in a few partshttps://youtu.be/8cPeE0SBRI8?feature=shared
>>118295020did you like a flower kings song once and forget what it is? describe it, or even do a bad rendition on vocaroo or something and i'll tell you what it is.
>>118278926Hot take: The second half of the 70s had better prog than the first half
>>118299164wow that is a hot take, what do you think are some of the best prog albums of the later-70s?
>>118299164>>118299439pretty standard take for big fans of pink floyd or rush
>Fly from Here is actually a really, really old song and wasn't new from the 2011 albumwell fuck me
>>118298693Okay I only remember a little bit of it, I think it's overall a chill slow song and there's a part where the lyrics go "sixty-five, sixty-six, sixtyyyyy" or something like that and there's a little punchy synth rhythm kind of like reggae if that makes senseI tried to search for that bit of lyrics but gave upNow I'm thinking this might be not TFK at all but sounds like something they would do
>>118301504Weird. That explains why I like it.
I haven't listened to Riverside since their first couple albums - how is the other stuff? anyway I'm going on a road trip today and so far my playlist is We're Here Because We're Here-and-after Anathema and some Porcupine Tree. Why did Steve remaster Deadwing?? (Yes played near me recently and YES, Steve Howe is still alive!)
>>118303368Does the "sixty five, sixty six" part sound really crackly, like it might be played from an old phonograph or something? If so, it's definitely a Flower Kings (or related) song. It might be a Tomas Bodin or Roine solo song, but I'm 99% sure it's not Karmakanic. It either comes at the end of the song or it's a long song and it comes at the end of a movement.
>>118303368>>118304190Or it could be the very beginning of a song.
>>118303817this is the only good Riverside album imo.
>*kills ur genre*
>>118305480correct>>118305649a grand total of two good bands playing prog pop does not mean an entire decade is saved.
>>118305480>survives and thrives in the 80'shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQgu0MpnKq8&ab_channel=RushVEVO
>page 9shit /prog/, get it together
>Runt - Übermenschhttps://honkfm.com/2005/runt-Übermensch/
In the Land of Grey and Pink fucking sucks and is boring.
>>118307636Canterbury is for nonces
>>118307636Someone has left his dad in the rain
>>1183076369 Feet Underground is a little jammy but I think it stays interesting throughout the entire song, the A side songs are all great too
listened to thrak for the first time in a while, thought it was good, Adrian's vocals seemed to age pretty well since discipline. Broof is fun as usual :) weirdly enough as much as I love king crimson on the whole I always felt Fripp was the last person I listen to on their albums even as a guitar player myself. a lot of his atonal shreddy stuff just hasn't really clicked with me even in the 8 years I've listened to them. Wetton makes me want to finally pick up a bass though
>>118308170this for real. fripp should've been the one to leave the band after the american tour/start the 'Larks' Tongues in Aspic' band on his own
>>118307636how dare you
>are you into Yes?>NO!I always laugh when I say that bit
>>118278926after listen to the 70's king crimson discography, the first three yes albums, every pink floyd album, aqualung and every alan parsons project up to Eve, I can safely say that modern musical greatness was achieved by prog musicians, that today's music is absolute dogshit and most of those "depressed" faggots that listen to vibe music and that Wish you were here is the best song of dark side of the moon (obv ironic) need to kill themselves immediately
for me, it's Siberian Khatru
>>118310388Thank God I'm not the only one
>>118307636No golf girls?
>>118307636I thought this too when I first listened. But it grew on me over time.
>>118308136Love to Love You always stuck out like a sore thumb for me, maybe because Pye sings itLike it belonged on some other album
https://youtu.be/6cl8SkIc1FA?si=kpdUbOtg_7Jyzldc time to introduce you lot to an Indonesian prog rock song from 1978 and it's about anti-corruption
>>118311590The only thing I know about Indonesian music is that Colin Bass recorded some stuff there. Not prog though I think
This is really painful to sit through They seem to playing everything 25% slower and Jon especially sounds tired on Yours Is No Disgrace
>>118312222yes' live albums seem more miss than hit for me
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSxhDHjw36wI like this
why are normies and retards like this
>>118307636No one over the age of 30 would have such a basic bitch opinion
>>118305480>revives your genre new and improved
>>11830588080s synth Rush had the some of the dumbest lyrics i've ever read, it's like Peart immediately forgot how to construct a touching lyric like Entre Nous.>So much style without substance, So much stuff without style, It’s hard to recognize the real thing, It comes along once in a while>Big money goes around the world, Big money take a cruise, Big money leave a mighty wake, Big money leave a bruisethey got really annoying with repetitive words in the same verse
>>118316139>rhymes "alive" with "survive" on TWO different occasions in one songGenius, not even Asia did that (probably)https://youtube.com/watch?v=B3ytkyn3vUU
Is Czech regular prog a thing? Did they ever have a prominent prog scene?Cause theres a lot of very weird, out there, avant gardy/proggy Czech metal and I was wondering if it's connected somehow
Is math rock prog?Is an album comprised of short (3-4min) songs with a lot of pop appeal but with a lot of time sig changes and some polyrhythms prog?
>>118315940I cringe so much listening to DT
What fuxkong genre is Sleep Token?
>>118319256I recall people sharing a few Czech prog rock bands in these threads but I never really looked into them and I have no clue if those bands were as insane/avant-garde as the Czech prog metal scene
>>118305480Almost nothing survived the 1980s.
>>118288473Because italian prog was more radical at its core.
Happy National Cheesburger Dayhttps://youtube.com/watch?v=vQWo0YSdKGQ
>>118315434the threat of nuclear war was actually extremely low in the 70s compared to the 60s and 80s
>>118322785>>118315434Not only that but if actually could ‘go back’ then you would know that threat is not an issue. What a weirdly dumb argument.
>>118319864>>118320448post some Czech prog bros
>>118324358i'm only familiar with czech prog metal, but the czech prog metal is really unhinged and unlike any other prog metal scene https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AB-vTZyC1hU
>>118324358already did but no one gave a fuck, as usual>>118238486>prague rockhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SY_S71Xrcm4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzkfHxPxbqkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7ggft2ZFZs
>>118319864>>118324782>unhinged and unlike any otherUž jsme doma would count as a link between those i guesshttps://youtu.be/8Nkz2ekT500
>>118324948first day on the general lad don't get pissythanks though, onto it
>>118325051oh, it's not you/nothin personel kid etc etc, it's just typical: if it's not one of the big known bands, a lot of the time it's like it's not there at all. But yeah mostly i', in a shit mood, i'll go for a swim/touch water see if that helps
once again asking for 'he thought school was only for one day He Mad!' pawn hearts meme. I know one of you fuckers has it, it was posted back in winter
What is Progressive Rock?https://www.progarchives.com/Progressive-rock.aspGood albums to start with?https://www.progarchives.com/top-prog-albums.asp?salbumtypes=1
>>118325376I trawled the archives for you
>>118325779inshallah my fellow progbaby
>>118316139>>118318053Peart took a bunch of writing classes and tried emulating some of the greats of English literature and then he started reading Ayn Rand lmao
going through the Yes discography has not been fun since Drama
>>118295029O fuck yeah nigga I was gonna ask if anyone knew more like the first overture track such as:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRyuCaLblYM (even has the same chords at one point lol)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l96xgJBvyPsI've even been thinking of getting into Soul or Swing to for it.
>>118326029>90125didn't like it that much first, it kinda grew on me since. 'Leave it' went from my hated song to my favorite song after a couple of listens.>Big Generatoryeah this is shite, Yes should never be an arena rock act. you can feel with Rabin going with a more metal sound with his guitar, chugging low string in 'Big Generator', 'Almost Like Love', and the overused of using choirs in its chorus. also who can forget how cheesy some of its songs like 'Love Will Find a Way', Rhythm of Love'. also did you notice 3/8 songs here had 'Love' in its titles? such an unfocused album.>UnionI really like its first half, from 'I Would Have Waited Forever' to 'The More We Live - Let Go'. for some reason I just stopped listening the rest of the album. 'Angkor Wat' is such a mood killer.>TalkUnironically one of my most favorite Yes album. if there's some sort of criticism, some of the songs went wayyy too long like 'I Am Waiting', 'Real Love', 'Endless Dream'. cut like 1-2 minutes each from those songs and it's golden.>Open Your Eyesnever made it past the first song. it's awful from the get go.>The Ladderit's a great album. the lyrics are just new-age word vomit though.>Magnificationit's really boring. Never managed to complete this. if i remember it right, the songs are barely memorable and it's just strings and strings and strings. I only remember Magnification due to its chorus(continue...)
>>118326029>>118326884Have you listened to Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe?
>>118326884>Fly From Hereonly listened to the Trevor Horn vocal version, it's decent for a boomer band whose members are already in their 70s.>the restplain badalso I've just been noticed they actually released a new album this year? Mirror to the Sky lmaoooo. I thought The Quest is their newest stuff.
>>118326917no i haven't. maybe one day.
>>118326917you mean Super Mario Bros: Yes edition?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8cnhT5hQYk&ab_channel=Shpater
>>118326941holyshit it's realdaaamn
Nursery Cryme is the best Genesis album
>>118328620fuck you Shapes is
>>118328655Duke > Invisible Touch > Abacab > We Can't Dance > S/T > Three
it pisses me off that this gets less exposure than exposure. I hope it's next to get a fancy DGM vinyl rerelease like the McDonald/Giles album did
>>118325170first guys were greatlast ones had their moments but overall ehstill not as unhinged as some czech prog metal ive heard very weirdthanks laddie
>>118332271Basato, love this one
Made any cool discoveries, /prog/?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ck5wFTlEn8k
>>118334390no i just listen to Return to Forever, Coheed & Cambria and The Misfits every day
>>118319864Slavs in general seem to like weird shitHere's some schizo prog bmhttps://youtu.be/elKgVKPEFVU?si=eAHtz8IgVBHZaGkZ
Any prog folk recs?
>>118337201COMUSAnd if please someone has something similar I'm begging you I'd love to hear it
>>118337237I don't know if you're the same Anon I've talked to about Comus in these threads before but it's fucking impossible. I've have tried for years to find something similar but it's actually just a one of a kind album.
>>118337201Roy Harper, Anthony Phillips
>>118337201Oddly one of the better prog folk/avant folk albums I've heard was some random 20 year old video game soundtrackhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgJbPYDVgwM
More evil prog with a lots of organ like ELP - Tarkus and VdGG - Pawn Hearts?
>>118337201Pentangle, Van Morrison
>>118337237>>118337322Ill Wicker from Sweden is pretty blatant Comus worship.
>>118337322Not the same anon but good to know it's a shared pain>>118337819>>118339440Thanks bros I'll give these a spin
>>118337819AlrightIt's missing the disturbing side of Comus maybe but goddamn this was great, Italians never fucking miss
>>118339339Not sure how evil but Uriah Heep loves its Hammondhttps://youtube.com/watch?v=nMMrazRIdx4https://youtube.com/watch?v=KblrMhrGu-ohttps://youtube.com/watch?v=zau-okpFssg
if Grace Under Pressure and Power Windows are my favorite Rush albums, what other bands/albums should I check out
>>118341354If you like synths you should definitely check out fellow Canadians >>118334218They even toured together IIRC
>All original members of Renaissance leave their band>New members come in and use the name Renaissance>Years later, original members reform and start touring and releasing albums at the same time as the new RenaissanceI think this the only true Ship of Theseus situation I've encountered with a a band. Also the original members released a song called "Candles are Burning", which may have been a reference to the new renaissance's most famous song "Ashes are Burning"https://youtu.be/iGPjozceLXI?si=9LxJliqVPiCkWV3W
>>118339440YES, that's itThey're to Comus as Ungfell is to Peste Noire, some of the weirdo shit is lost but vocals and overall instrumentation are pretty much all there
>>118341491>I think this the only true Ship of Theseus situation I've encountered with a a band.Not prog but the Italian band Matia Bazar exists since 1975 and the longest-standing current member joined in 1999
>>118341543They should have just disbanded after Antonella Ruggiero left
>>118341491>the only true Ship of Theseussheeeitprogbros droppin cultured mythological references n shit like it aint no thang
>>118341491>>118341543Oh yeah, I can't make heads or tails of Gong's timeline but I think it counts tooAnd Tangerine Dream now that Froese died
>>118341491The Argentinian prog band, Bubu, released an album in the 70s, disbanded in 1979, then came back in 2016 with entirely new members, with the only remaining "band member" from the original line-up not even playing an instrument or singing anymore and is just their song-writer/manager now
also there were like 3 different Beach Boys bands touring at the same time at some point
>>118341607And their 2018 album unironically sounds just as good as the 1970s stuffhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9dYGpo5WA4
>>118341491>Ashes are BurningNow I'm listening to it again, what a great song
which 70s prog musician has physically aged the worst?
>>118342334That's a 2010 image, he looks like he's about to keel over in interviews now
I was in the middle of an episode of Sailor Moon last night and I remembered this kickass live version of Heart Of The Sunrise that was my jam a couple years back, thought I'd share ithttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3e1T1XhCjo
>>118341491Soft Machine had it happen in 1976 when Mike Ratledge left. He was the only member who was there from their first album in 1968Song comparisons to show how different they soundedhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLHrnrXf95Ahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbaJ9UZ2Obs
>>118341491Usually these kind of situations end in disaster, but Renaissance somehow managed to pull it off without betraying the vision of the original band but in fact developing it further.
>>118326029Trevor Rabin is now officially my 2nd most hated Yes member
>>118326029I tell all my progbros not to listen to anything past Talk. Even then Talk is pretty much Going For The One 2.0, there's not much new or interesting there. But at least it's not Union...
>>118342727Should've rephrased that. Listen up to Big Generator, then skip Union and go straight to Talk
>>118316139I've always liked these lyricsVideo is great toohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxwRzW6ehAU&ab_channel=RushVEVO
Does anyone recognize these releases? They're really hard to find, I've tried soulseek and rutracker to no avail. Only thing I did find was a review of Arrow of Time. Maybe should I try to contact the person who wrote it?At the moment the only music I can find from them is their debut album, the tracks are in a Topic channel on youtube
>>118342166Greg Lake turned into an unrecognizable marshmallow of a man
Gentle Giant performing quite possibly their best live rendition of On Reflectionhttps://youtu.be/WXhogm1C23QRIP Ray still can't believe he's gone. This video is proof he had the most talent of anyone in the band
>>118341491What about Yes?
>>118331055I LOVE THIS ALBUM SO MUCH MICHAEL GILES IS THE FUCKING MAN
>>118346309so true, amen sistergoing to listen to Tomorrow's People before i go to bed tonight, praying that all my Gilesgents in /prog/ have a splendid wednesday this week
>>118325376Made an edit
>>118347010>He thought he was in a dramatic prog-opera concept album published by Charisma in the 70s that ends on a fadeout, leaving the fate of the main protagonist ambiguous, although probably dead or something based off subtext. he SATISFIED!!!
>>118342383that nigga better still be performing when i go to france next year
I strongly dislike Yes
Watcher of the gen bumper of threads
>>118350263yup only listened to one album but just sounded like csny with longer songs. nothing to shout about
>>118348406I strongly dislike you
>>118351558I strongly dislike Can
>>118307636It's also really gay.
>>118285873The older I get the more Larks' solidifies as my favorite album of all time. So glad I discovered it in high school when my taste was developing
>>118341555Learning Magma has an entire catalog of epics they only play live and aren't on their studio albums blew my mind since I didn't know that for the first year I began listening to them
danger money! do do do do do do do do do do
>>118356016yeah, magma is probably the most difficult band for a completionist other than zappa. i've decided a long time ago that i'm really only going to care about their studio albums.
>>118348406Kinda the same. Close to the Edge is the greatest song of all time and the album is one of the top 5 albums of all time. But the rest of their discography isn't great. I could never listen to anything off The Yes Album or Fragile for the rest of my life and be perfectly happy.
>>118358570>i've decided a long time ago that i'm really only going to care about their studio albumsYou're shooting yourself in the foot, Theusz Hamtaahk's one of their best.
>>118358640this but Tempus Fugit/Drama
>>118358570>>118358678Plus M.D.K's actually the third part in a trilogy where the first part's only played live/on live albums.