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02-01-2010, 12:02 AM
some of this got onto my ipod about sophomore year of college, i really still have no clue how it got there. but its some pretty good shit. my old pod came and went, and for whatever reason the other day they just popped back into my head.
a 70s prog rock group, smooth and funky, but not too funky. good stuff if your into that sound.
02-01-2010, 07:11 AM
Yes, he's got a funky edge to his music that still feels somewhat dark and moody as progressive rock. I'm still learning about his whole catalog but I have a couple albums. He's got a bunch of open drum breaks, one of the highest amounts I've seen in a progressive rock artist's catalog.
I've got to go back and listen to more artists like him, it depends on the mood I'm in though, since the music is usually dark and intense.
02-01-2010, 07:19 AM
Here's one album I own, I love to pick up an album from my collection, look at the cover and get a feelings of happiness in 70's life from a cover photo like this one:
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