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    Posted: February 13 2010 at 12:40
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Well,in this blogspace I will try to introduce most of you to non-listed material here on progarchives,which in my opinion is of significant interest for progressive rock fans.Most of this material is trully rare and has come in my hands through really hard searching  over these years and great friends from all around the world...I own some of this great albums,but I also have some of them only in digital form,but I'm after them by buying all these material through well-known internet stores...
 
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FLYING ISLAND - S/T - 1975 (US violin-driven progressive/jazz rock)
 
 
Criminally overlooked US band with a very rich and elaborated sound and it's really a question,why this band's works remained and still remain in the shadows for so many years.They released two studio albums to my knowledge,a self-titled in 1975 and the follower ''Another kind of space'' one year later.FLYING ISLAND were led by violinist Fred Fraioli,featuring also well-known keyboardist Jeff Bova and later drummer Bill Bacon would also join the band.FLYING ISLAND were lucky enough to sign a 5-year contract with Vanguard Label and in 1975 they released a self-titled LP.Offering some really adventurous musicianship,the album presents an all instrumental effort of 10 short tracks,based on Fraioli's excellent violin work, which ranges from leading up-tempo parts to weird complicated passages.Bova delivers some trully great keyboard work both on Hammond organ and electric piano,this time starting from a supporting role to end up in obscure soundscapes,doubled by Fraioli's violin.The tight playing of Thom Preli on bass and the confident drumming of Bacon gives the band another extra point.Finally,guitarist Ray Smith prooves to be a hidden ace for FLYING ISLAND's sound with a personal style consisting of good breaks and gear-ups.I honestly tell you,this work should be spread all over the world for the different moods and professional arrangements it offers.Especially fans of MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA,BRAND X or DIXIE DREGS will love it to death.Absolutely essential for your collection!
 


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Very good idea, but I believe you might also suggest them for addition to the database - especially if you are able to provide material for evaluation. We need to give those bands more exposure. Anyway, here's the link to another review for the band's debut album, from the ProgGnosis website:

http://www.proggnosis.com/PGRelease.asp?RID=7545

From what you both say, it seems they would fully qualify for addition here.
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Every band or artist, who will be presented here is,as said, of great prog interest and thus,they should be taken under consideration for addition on progarchives...I have material and additional info for all these albums and I think of presenting every album followed with one short and free sample,if this is not illegal...

 
 
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This thread sits best in the general music discussions area, so that the music highlighted can be fully explored. As Raff says, feel free to propose any bands listed here whom you feel should appear on the site.

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GAMMA - Alpha - 1972 (Dutch jazzy/classical progressive/brass rock)

 
 
 

Another little-known band from Holland,who's rare works "Gamma" (1972) and "Darts" (1974) definitely worth a spin.They were formed in 1970 by their leader organist/pianist Paul Poulissen and actually they worked more like a session group than a full-time band,as Poulissen is the only musician presented on both of their albums.Their first release,entitled ''Alpha'',came out in 1973 and GAMMA's music can be defined as a mixed bag of brass rock and soft orchestral prog rock,bringing to mind bands like EKSEPTION (for the dominent horn section) and FOCUS (for the flute-driven classical-inspired passages).The musicianship is very nice,showing a band with talent and potential,but what actually spoils the whole effort are the unbearable vocals of Frans Te Spenke,who sings like if he was a singer coming out of a low-budget musical.Fortunately the album is mostly instrumental,ranging from brass-rock parts with horns and saxes and jazzy inteplays with piano/bass/drums on the front and JAN AKKERMAN-like guitars to classical soft instrumental themes with great flute work and and the awaited early 70's sound of slight psychedelic doses.''Alpha'' won't blow your mind,but it is certainly an decent but lost progressive work of the Dutch scene,which will definitely reward your efforts to purchase it.

 


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LE TEMPS-Le temps - 1975 (Quebec folk/pop/psych progressive/art rock)

 
 

Unknown short-lived band emerging from the endless bands' source offered by the progressive scene of Quebec,who released two albums in the 70's.They were formed in 1975 by Pierre Cloutier (guitars, tambourine, vocals), Andy Grober (bass, guitars) and Rene Grimard (guitars, vocals).The same year LE TEMPS release their self-titled debut, helped by current ''Dionysos'' members Fernard Durand and Phillipe Bech on bass and piano respectively,while Pierre Daigneault contributed on flutes.There is also a strong presence of the Ottawa Philarmonic Orchestra,led by David Hildinger.The sound of the band is closer to folk rock,but the presence of various strings makes the album sound like ''orchestrated psych/folk''.Often compared to fellow Quebec bands like LE MATCH and legends HARMONIUM's debut, ''Le temps'' offers a delicate acoustic music with plenty of elegant acoustic guitars and soft vocal lines,sometimes paused by mellow orchestral passages, adding the album a slightly symphonic nature.The use of traditional folk instruments like the tambourine and the warm flutes create pastoral atmospheres,while the album is mainly song-based and easy listening with decent melodies and often a commercial approach.The fine blending of orchestral music with folk rock and pop beats will interest plenty of progressive ears,making LE TEMPS a significant part of the Quebec prog movement, though their debut is somewhat split between typical song-based music and folk rock.A nice discovery.

 


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Originally posted by psarros psarros wrote:

LE TEMPS-Le temps (1975-Quebec folk/pop/psych progressive/art rock)

 
 

Unknown short-lived band emerging from the endless bands' source offered by the progressive scene of Quebec,who released two albums in the 70's.They were formed in 1975 by Pierre Cloutier (guitars, tambourine, vocals), Andy Grober (bass, guitars) and Rene Grimard (guitars, vocals).The same year LE TEMPS release their self-titled debut, helped by current ''Dionysos'' members Fernard Durand and Phillipe Bech on bass and piano respectively,while Pierre Daigneault contributed on flutes.There is also a strong presence of the Ottawa Philarmonic Orchestra,led by David Hildinger.The sound of the band is closer to folk rock,but the presence of various strings makes the album sound like ''orchestrated psych/folk''.Often compared to fellow Quebec bands like LE MATCH and legends HARMONIUM's debut, ''Le temps'' offers a delicate acoustic music with plenty of elegant acoustic guitars and soft vocal lines,sometimes paused by mellow orchestral passages, adding the album a slightly symphonic nature.The use of traditional folk instruments like the tambourine and the warm flutes create pastoral atmospheres,while the album is mainly song-based and easy listening with decent melodies and often a commercial approach.The fine blending of orchestral music with folk rock and pop beats will interest plenty of progressive ears,making LE TEMPS a significant part of the Quebec prog movement, though their debut is somewhat split between typical song-based music and folk rock.A nice discovery.

 
...and a small sample:
 
 
I say this one should be here.
Great local band Smile
 
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Originally posted by Tsevir Leirbag Tsevir Leirbag wrote:

Originally posted by psarros psarros wrote:

LE TEMPS-Le temps (1975-Quebec folk/pop/psych progressive/art rock)

 
 

Unknown short-lived band emerging from the endless bands' source offered by the progressive scene of Quebec,who released two albums in the 70's.They were formed in 1975 by Pierre Cloutier (guitars, tambourine, vocals), Andy Grober (bass, guitars) and Rene Grimard (guitars, vocals).The same year LE TEMPS release their self-titled debut, helped by current ''Dionysos'' members Fernard Durand and Phillipe Bech on bass and piano respectively,while Pierre Daigneault contributed on flutes.There is also a strong presence of the Ottawa Philarmonic Orchestra,led by David Hildinger.The sound of the band is closer to folk rock,but the presence of various strings makes the album sound like ''orchestrated psych/folk''.Often compared to fellow Quebec bands like LE MATCH and legends HARMONIUM's debut, ''Le temps'' offers a delicate acoustic music with plenty of elegant acoustic guitars and soft vocal lines,sometimes paused by mellow orchestral passages, adding the album a slightly symphonic nature.The use of traditional folk instruments like the tambourine and the warm flutes create pastoral atmospheres,while the album is mainly song-based and easy listening with decent melodies and often a commercial approach.The fine blending of orchestral music with folk rock and pop beats will interest plenty of progressive ears,making LE TEMPS a significant part of the Quebec prog movement, though their debut is somewhat split between typical song-based music and folk rock.A nice discovery.

 
 
I say this one should be here.
Great local band Smile
 
You may be interested in my Québécois' Progressive Music blog.
 
Yeah...I have already visited your excellent page and even proposed bands like OFFENBACH, NEBU, SOLSTICE or L'ORIEN D'O....bands which will also have their space in my page and actually SOLSTICE will be the next one to be reviewed and proposed for addition!

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Offenbach is already being discussed for Prog Related. Hugues Chantraine is working to get them added.
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I've said it before and I'll say it again: "Homenaje" by Gustavo Montesano is basically the third Crucis album.

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Originally posted by WalterDigsTunes WalterDigsTunes wrote:

I've said it before and I'll say it again: "Homenaje" by Gustavo Montesano is basically the third Crucis album.
Absolutely agree Clap...that's another criminally overlooked album,which will also be presented and reviewed in this space.
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SOLSTICE - Mirage - 1978 (Quebec soft progressive/jazz rock)

 
 
 

Among the well-known bands emerging from the huge progressive movement in Quebec,Canada, there were some ''smaller'' names,which didn't achieved the huge success or big promotion of their native groups.Such kind of a band were SOLSTICE,an intially four-member group found in mid-70's by guitarist Daniel Lafrance,bassist Daniel Mathieu,clarinet player Michel Marineau (ex-member of another obscure group from Quebec,''Nebu'') and drummer Gilles Dozois.For their first album, entitled ''Mirage'' and released back in 1978,the main composer was Daniel Lafrance.So it is reasonable the album to have many guitar excursions and solos around and Lafrance has done it very well on his section...but do not expect an explosive sound or massive interplays.''Mirage'' maintains a generally soft atmosphere throughout met in early WEATHER REPORT or even UK jazz rockers NUCLEUS,but it holds also a great introduction to the use of clarinet by Marineau,as he has a lot of space in the album for improvisational solos and smooth interplays with the rhythm section.It is quite surprising that SOLSTICE do not use any keyboards at all,yet their jazzy proposal has a deep and mature sound.The funky bass lines of Mathieu reminds me these of fellow compatriots UZEB,while drummer Gilles Dozois insists on a consistent yet steady playing without any dynamic changes.The result is a typical example of good-executed jazz rock with no risks but a qualitive performance overall.Recommended and strongly aiming on the jazz/fusion-rock audience.

 
 


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Originally posted by psarros psarros wrote:

Originally posted by WalterDigsTunes WalterDigsTunes wrote:

I've said it before and I'll say it again: "Homenaje" by Gustavo Montesano is basically the third Crucis album.
Absolutely agree Clap...that's another criminally overlooked album,which will also be presented and reviewed in this space.


You know, you could think about adding it in the band's discography. There is at least a similar case here on PA: the second album of Russian Symphonic Prog band Little Tragedies was recently reissued as a solo album of their leader, Gennady Ilyin, but here it is listed as an album released by the mother band.
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Originally posted by psarros psarros wrote:

Originally posted by WalterDigsTunes WalterDigsTunes wrote:

I've said it before and I'll say it again: "Homenaje" by Gustavo Montesano is basically the third Crucis album.
Absolutely agree Clap...that's another criminally overlooked album,which will also be presented and reviewed in this space.


You know, you could think about adding it in the band's discography. There is at least a similar case here on PA: the second album of Russian Symphonic Prog band Little Tragedies was recently reissued as a solo album of their leader, Gennady Ilyin, but here it is listed as an album released by the mother band.
...or Canadians POLLEN with the solo album of Jacques Tom Rivest (http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=909) ...I know about this cases...well,I have to think about it...
 
Review it here or review it after adding it on CRUCIS' page?...We'll see...
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Originally posted by psarros psarros wrote:

Originally posted by WalterDigsTunes WalterDigsTunes wrote:

I've said it before and I'll say it again: "Homenaje" by Gustavo Montesano is basically the third Crucis album.
Absolutely agree Clap...that's another criminally overlooked album,which will also be presented and reviewed in this space.


You know, you could think about adding it in the band's discography. There is at least a similar case here on PA: the second album of Russian Symphonic Prog band Little Tragedies was recently reissued as a solo album of their leader, Gennady Ilyin, but here it is listed as an album released by the mother band.


I've tried it but its been rejected twice on account of his other album, which is basically just him doing flamenco renditions of classical pieces. Try as I might, no one wants to link it up to the main band (even though the album also boasts the presence of a few other Argentine prog luminaries in some form or another).


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LIVING LIFE - Let:from experience to experience - 1975 (Italian light and jazzy progressive rock)





Widely unknown jazz rock band from Turin,formed in mid-70's by ex-Circus 2000 drummer Roberto “Johnny” Betti.Another former member of Circus 2000, guitarist Marcello ''Spooky'' Quartarone participated also in the original line-up.Their first album was released in 1975 on Betti's newly established Shirak Label with no names of the band's members,except the main composer Nijo Tibet,who has to be Betti under a fake pseudonym. Fortunately the album was re-released by Mellow Records on CD in 1995.''Let: from experience to experience'' is mostly an instrumental album of soft and progressive jazz rock with some ethnic overtones here and there.Unlike many bands dealing with this path,LIVING LIFE choose to balance the album between free impovisational forms and well-arranged compositions,always filled with massive flutes, perscussions and saxes.For example the first two tracks are beautifully composed progressive/jazz tracks with a fair amount of melody and a slight Canterbury feeling (mainly the first).However the two followers, ''Time'' and ''From Marocco'' are an obscure blending of free improvisation and ethnic tunes created by saxes,while those tracks include heavy use of percussions as well.''Ciopi ciopi'' is a relaxing instrumental entirely based on Piercarlo Bettini' piano,while the closer ''Straight down'' is the more balanced composition,where Bettini's piano meets Quartarone smooth solos meets Walter Negri's improvisational saxes and Savarro's fantastic bass lines.A combination of KRAAN, WEATHER REPORT, RETURN TO FOREVER with some AREA's softer music would be a good description.All in all the album is really satisfying with some trully good moments and a hidden energy on the background. Generally recommended,but not to be missed by fans of progressive rock,who want heavy doses of jazz in their music.

 


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Most likely J/F would be the home based on what I've read but I will copy this to our appreciation thread where Todd will spot it.  I think he has the album and may be able to help direct where is best.  There were a whole slew of jazz-rock bands from Italy. 

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They have an entry page on Italianprog.com:

http://www.italianprog.com/a_livinglife.htm

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Most likely J/F would be the home based on what I've read but I will copy this to our appreciation thread where Todd will spot it.  I think he has the album and may be able to help direct where is best.  There were a whole slew of jazz-rock bands from Italy. 
I would also choose the J/F genre,though reportedly the band released a second album in 1981 with a fresh line-up and a different sound,which I haven't heard and chase it through ebay,amazon etc...
Maybe someone ,who has heard it ,is most responsible for a general thought around the band's overall style.
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