Today's Progressive Rock Music

An Evening with Pink Floyd (well - it's been awhile...)

Meddle

Animal

The Endless River

System:

1982 Sony CDP-101 / 1974 Bang & Olufsen Beomaster 6000 (first series - Quadro) / 1978 Beovox S75
 

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"Zappa Plays Zappa"

2006, Düsseldorf; Germany. 2CD Set bootleg.

With Steve Vai, Terry Bozzio, Napoleon Murphy Brock et al.

The picture shows Dweezil Zappa signing patiently and friendly after the 3.45 hours concert.

 

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^ We saw Neal Morse on his Testament II Tour in 2012 I think, which he played the whole album along with a bunch of other songs. There was actually a 20min intermission, the album also includes a 25min song which he played. 3.5 hours later the show was over and it was like 11:30PM....He came back out onto the floor set up a table and patiently signed whatever people gave him, even took pics if people wanted....Wife and I got a pic with him, we finally left the venue at 12:45am, he was still signing.
 

Fran604g

Just Call Me Junior
I'm not too sure where "psychedelic rock", ends, and "progressive rock" begins, but this is one of my all-time favorite bands from way-back in my youth.

Captain Beyond - Sufficiently Breathless.

Unfortunately, it has a nasty warp that eats up the first couple tracks, so I'm pretty sad about that. :grandpa:
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I have followed King Crimson ever since Court came out when I was in high school. I have a good sized music collection that is pretty deep in prog rock. If you enjoyed the early days of KC, I can recommend this live recording from 2015, which includes some of the original players from Court. The music range spans several decades of the KC catalog, the performance is excellent and it has probably the best sound quality of any rock, much less live recording I have heard. For those that track dynamic range, the average DR is 11.

 

MikeyFresh

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Yes Drama (1980)
2017 SACD 7" mini LP reissue
Atlantic Japan WPCR-17613

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An under appreciated Yes title, likely because John Anderson and Rick Wakeman were replaced by Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes of The Buggles... a good record nonetheless.
 
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MikeyFresh

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Renaissance Scheherazade and other stories (1975)
2014 SACD reissue, Audio Fidelity AFZ183

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Glad I didn't snooze on this one, immediately out of print, new/sealed now fetching a mint.
 
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Celt

Peanut Head
Fine Young Cannibals ~ The Raw & The Cooked (1988, IRS/MCA)
He drives Miss Daisy (hoo! hoo!)...and no one else....He drives Miss Daisy....'cause she can't drive herself...

 
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