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    Posted: February 16 2013 at 18:33
 ^ I didn't think that state actually existed
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There is never an end to great music.

In my experience I got to a point where I no longer needed to search and all I had to do was sit back and enjoy 
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Originally posted by Stool Man Stool Man wrote:

Originally posted by Wolfhound Wolfhound wrote:

 I started in the A's and I didn't make it down three names before I came across a group I liked the sound of so much I bought something by them off Amazon (A Headfull of Monsters...and I really like it). Then I had to stop and listen to what I bought...twice. Yeah, this is gonna take awhile. 

 
 
Although you didn't like my band, I feel privileged that we were the first you tried out of all seven thousand and however-many. 
 
I did listen and although the music is not my kind of thing it was interesting in an experimental and exploratory way.
 
Also, I totally gave up on this whole thing for the most part. I've never been all that ambitious hehe. I keep coming across too much good stuff through other means or randomly.
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I still have yet to listen to all the prog on my i tunes, let alone the billions of albums on pa.....
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Originally posted by Vin776 Vin776 wrote:

Hello Ivan
Could you check out my band in your quest? Around since 1972
Maybe listen to a couple songs?

Bad Dream and Here I Am

www.reverbnation.com/thestoryofbluebeard

There are 35 songs there - from various albums

Not spam, just trying to connect with people here that make sense



Who IS this guy??  Man, is he pervasive or what??  

If it tastes like Spam, it must be Spam!  

Anyway, I find that the best way to find new prog music is to network with good friends!  PA has turned me on to many excellent bands, and I've enjoyed sharing stories about local Chicago talent as well.  

Have fun on your journey!  
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I used to go on Greg Walker's website which is called "Synphonic Music". I would click on the flags, read Greg's brief description of a band, proceed to research the band's history on the internet, look for samples and decide what I wanted to take a chance on first. In many cases he's cheaper than  scumlord sellers on Amazon and overall more trustworthy to do business with. Many sellers I ran across on Amazon would have a prog title up for 20 or 30 dollars while Greg would be selling it for 15 or 18.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Vin776 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 05 2013 at 11:30
Hello Ivan
Could you check out my band in your quest? Around since 1972
Maybe listen to a couple songs?

Bad Dream and Here I Am

www.reverbnation.com/thestoryofbluebeard

There are 35 songs there - from various albums

Not spam, just trying to connect with people here that make sense


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Originally posted by Wolfhound Wolfhound wrote:

I have been searching prog rock pretty hard lately as a recent discoverer of all the musical treasures to be found. Mostly my searching has been on Amazon looking for stuff related to stuff I have already bought or occasionally I come across a group mentioned somewhere else.

 
This only made me wonder how much I might be missing by not looking more thoroughly. I decided to start going through the list of artists at the Prog Archives web site alphabetically. Mostly I'll check for stuff that I can preview enough and is not too hard or expensive to buy, I just don't have the money to drop on imported music.
 
I figured this would take me awhile but the task is looking to take even longer now. I started in the A's and I didn't make it down three names before I came across a group I liked the sound of so much I bought something by them off Amazon (A Headfull of Monsters...and I really like it). Then I had to stop and listen to what I bought...twice. Yeah, this is gonna take awhile. 
 
I suppose this means that I will be continuously coming across new music I like for a long time. I will go through that whole list name by name, mercifully I know what I like or don't like pretty quickly when I listen to it so there won't be too much deliberating whether or not I will buy something by whatever artist I am checking out and the moment. 

I remember beck in the 90's when i upgraded Trespass from LP to CD, almost cried because I thought there was no much more to search for, I didn't liked (past) Neo Prog, had all Yes, Genesis, ELP,Triumvirat, Focus, etc, so I thought my search was almost over.

Today I own at least one album from each Symphonic band, plus several hundred of other genres albums, and the adventure is still beginning, each day I find more gems I never bought or new albums that are released every year.

This is a never ending quest.

Iván
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Originally posted by Wolfhound Wolfhound wrote:

 I started in the A's and I didn't make it down three names before I came across a group I liked the sound of so much I bought something by them off Amazon (A Headfull of Monsters...and I really like it). Then I had to stop and listen to what I bought...twice. Yeah, this is gonna take awhile. 

 
 
Although you didn't like my band, I feel privileged that we were the first you tried out of all seven thousand and however-many. 
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^ very cool. Sounds like you are making some serious headway and welcome to the prog sphere. The air is wonderful here. ;)
Ok. It's time. Lets get Fields Of The Nephilim on PA. They rightfully belong here.
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I can't pick a favorite; I'm too new to the whole prog/related universe that I am constantly finding stuff I like from start to finish and my particular tastes/musical moods change so often it's hard to pick one specific favorite. I am tending towards the more recent stuff of the last couple decades; there is a ton of older more vintage stuff I have not explored very much yet.
 
Right now I am really fond of Moonwagon, Echolyn, Pelican, Haken, Riverside and Astra.
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Originally posted by Wolfhound Wolfhound wrote:


Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

^ I hope you are young cause age is something that will have to be on your side.

 
LOL. I'm 36 so I guess that is young enough...?


Sure is. Your golden. 36 is a prime age for sure. Anyway, I hope it's going well and that you are discovering what is the right sound for yourself. What's your favourite band so far?
Ok. It's time. Lets get Fields Of The Nephilim on PA. They rightfully belong here.
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Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

^ I hope you are young cause age is something that will have to be on your side.
 
LOL. I'm 36 so I guess that is young enough...?
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^ I hope you are young cause age is something that will have to be on your side.
Ok. It's time. Lets get Fields Of The Nephilim on PA. They rightfully belong here.
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Going pretty slowly, haven't even finished the A's off yet LOL! The random always wins out in the end, I'm definitely getting sidetracked via the sub genres, I come across something I really like and then I find myself digging into that particular sub genre for more goodies.

 
I am certainly enjoying the ride and finding A LOT of albums I enjoy pretty much from start to finish. At times I feel I am about to OD on good music, but then I just keep listening and that feeling is lost in the great music.
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^ Puts a nice "approved" on your face?
"People tell you life is short. ... No, it's not. Life is long. Especially if you make the wrong decisions." - Chris Rock
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Originally posted by moshkito moshkito wrote:

Originally posted by Dayvenkirq Dayvenkirq wrote:

Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

I would just encourage you to enjoy the ride and take the time to get to know the music you get.
This.


 
And that music, will be one of your best friends ... EVER!


Oh that is so true. I'm Always so grateful for my incredible prog discoveries. Puts a nice on my face.
Ok. It's time. Lets get Fields Of The Nephilim on PA. They rightfully belong here.
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Originally posted by Dayvenkirq Dayvenkirq wrote:

Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

I would just encourage you to enjoy the ride and take the time to get to know the music you get.
This.
 
And that music, will be one of your best friends ... EVER!
... none of the hits, none of the time ... you might actually find your own art, or self, instead of paying for a guru or church or social program!



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Originally posted by martinprog77 martinprog77 wrote:

Originally posted by prog4evr prog4evr wrote:

 
.  "Progressive" - prog - whatever you want to call it, is definitely a life-long journey - enjoy it!
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You know ... this is the hard part about talking about music, and not only "progressive" ... and in the end, almost all of music history is about that life-long journey for many folks.
 
And sometimes, somethings last better than others ... the 20th century has been the century of experimentation and the spreading of the experience of the music. I like to say Stravinsky, Miro and Bunuel and Dali, Burroughs, Huxley as the big artists to be remembered ... and then "jazz" and "progressive" ... I'm not sure that "rap" will be as well represented as it could, and I think the artists themselves would be to blame here ... when they are more interested in tearing each other down, than in the artistry of their work itself ... and too much of it will get lost and be wasted with a criminal past. It doesn't make it any less important.
 
I do believe, that unlike other generations, mine, will be known for this music ... and I'm proud of that ... because I was there and believed in it and have stood by it for 45 years ... at least!
 
Each generation has a voice ... some stand up ... some don't ... ours did! And it's voice is still alive ... and its arts, music, and film ... made a solid impression ... I'm very proud of my time and place.


Edited by moshkito - November 26 2012 at 12:11
... none of the hits, none of the time ... you might actually find your own art, or self, instead of paying for a guru or church or social program!



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being a huge lover of the Neo prog, prog archives helped me to discover the band Galahad. I knew I would enjoy this band based on the similarities this band has towards other great Neo prog bands such as IQ and PALLAS. My point is I was able to discover another great band that I love based on a genre itself. The genre rule applies big time when discovering new and wonderful music for yourself. PA is invaluable.
Ok. It's time. Lets get Fields Of The Nephilim on PA. They rightfully belong here.
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