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    Posted: January 07 2008 at 07:06
As much as I dislike the band, Brainville should be included in this list if for no other reason than to make people aware of them and draw their own conclusions.  Brainville was a sort of hybrid of Canterbury, inmprovisational, and noise rock styles.  The included Daevid Allen, Pip Pyle, Hugh Hopper, and Mark Kramer.  They released one studio album on Shimmy Disk called "The Children's Crusade", and I believe a live album as well.

I am not fond of this group, but I am sure that others may be.  The membership dictates their prog credentials.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 07 2008 at 14:46
Originally posted by BigHairyMonster BigHairyMonster wrote:

As much as I dislike the band, Brainville should be included in this list if for no other reason than to make people aware of them and draw their own conclusions.  Brainville was a sort of hybrid of Canterbury, inmprovisational, and noise rock styles.  The included Daevid Allen, Pip Pyle, Hugh Hopper, and Mark Kramer.  They released one studio album on Shimmy Disk called "The Children's Crusade", and I believe a live album as well.

I am not fond of this group, but I am sure that others may be.  The membership dictates their prog credentials.


damn surprised  that wouldn't have been added...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 09 2008 at 09:31
Originally posted by micky micky wrote:

Originally posted by BigHairyMonster BigHairyMonster wrote:

As much as I dislike the band, Brainville should be included in this list if for no other reason than to make people aware of them and draw their own conclusions.  Brainville was a sort of hybrid of Canterbury, inmprovisational, and noise rock styles.  The included Daevid Allen, Pip Pyle, Hugh Hopper, and Mark Kramer.  They released one studio album on Shimmy Disk called "The Children's Crusade", and I believe a live album as well.

I am not fond of this group, but I am sure that others may be.  The membership dictates their prog credentials.


damn surprised  that wouldn't have been added...
 
I'll second that!! Where is the Canterbury team???AngryLOL
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 09 2008 at 09:35
I'm not a huge fan, i prefer other Allen recent project such as "Microcosmic" but it can be include for sure.
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