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    Posted: April 07 2014 at 15:03
Well not prog but 30 years since The Red Hot Chili Peppers outstanding first album.
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Originally posted by AreYouHuman AreYouHuman wrote:

Beyond all doubt a great year for prog!
...
Kevin Ayers – The Confessions of Dr. Dream
Barclay James Harvest – Everyone Is Everybody Else
Caravan – & the New Symphonia
Peter Hammill – The Silent Corner & the Empty Stage
Refugee – Refugee
Seventh Wave – Things to Come
...
 
And all of these on my top lists. And a special thanks to the late Kevin, for having allowed me to use his music from this album on my film!


Edited by moshkito - April 07 2014 at 09:14
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Stool Man Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 07 2014 at 07:39
Originally posted by maani maani wrote:

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"You missed my point entirely, I'm not talking about 1954. If there's a fiftieth anniversary of The Beatles then it was October 2012, the fiftieth anniversary of their first hit. They had several Number One hits in 1963, and Beatlemania existed then too, so what's 1964 the fiftieth anniversary of?"

My bad; I did miss the point. But 1964 is the 50th anniversary of The Beatles "in America." Their first AMERICAN release was Introducing The Beatles in January 1964, and they appeared on Ed Sullivan a month later. So while it may be a "later" anniversary in the UK, it is, in fact, the 50th anniversary of both their first American release and their first American concert.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote maani Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 06 2014 at 19:17
Stool Man:

"You missed my point entirely, I'm not talking about 1954. If there's a fiftieth anniversary of The Beatles then it was October 2012, the fiftieth anniversary of their first hit. They had several Number One hits in 1963, and Beatlemania existed then too, so what's 1964 the fiftieth anniversary of?"

My bad; I did miss the point. But 1964 is the 50th anniversary of The Beatles "in America." Their first AMERICAN release was Introducing The Beatles in January 1964, and they appeared on Ed Sullivan a month later. So while it may be a "later" anniversary in the UK, it is, in fact, the 50th anniversary of both their first American release and their first American concert.

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Relayer. My favourite Yes Album. 

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Stool Man Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 02 2014 at 13:31
Originally posted by maani maani wrote:

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Re The Beatles, even if we accept that they were "doing things" prior to 1964, it is unlikely that it would be a 60th anniversary, since they would have been children in 1954. Indeed, John did not even form his first skiffle group until 1957, when he was 16.

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You missed my point entirely, I'm not talking about 1954.  If there's a fiftieth anniversary of The Beatles then it was October 2012, the fiftieth anniversary of their first hit.  They had several Number One hits in 1963, and Beatlemania existed then too, so what's 1964 the fiftieth anniversary of?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote maani Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 02 2014 at 13:19
Stool Man:

Re The Beatles, even if we accept that they were "doing things" prior to 1964, it is unlikely that it would be a 60th anniversary, since they would have been children in 1954. Indeed, John did not even form his first skiffle group until 1957, when he was 16.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote maani Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 02 2014 at 13:08
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Thanks for the wonderful comments and many additions, most of which I did know about, but would have made my article WAY too long! LOL. Here is the article as published on Culture Catch.

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http://culturecatch.com/music/1974-progressive-rock
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Originally posted by The Mystical The Mystical wrote:

Gong's You anyone?

Excellent contribution!!  We used to break windows with Pierre Moerlin's drumming back in the college years!  


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As a jazz-rock fanatic, I must add "Apocalypse" by the Mahavishnu Orchestra; "Where Have I Known You Before" by Return To Forever; and Stanley Clarke's self-titled album!  

I'd like to add "Blow by Blow" by Jeff Beck, but it was recorded in 1974 and released in 1975!  Amazing work that was! 
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Gong's You anyone?
I am currently digging:

Hawkwind, Rare Bird, Gong, Tangerine Dream, Khan, Iron Butterfly, and all things canterbury and hard-psych. I also love jazz!

Please drop me a message with album suggestions.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Stool Man Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 01 2014 at 05:20
The 60th anniversary of The Beatles?
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Ignoring their Cavern era, and their Hamburg era...
The Beatles had their first chart hit in October 1962, it was released three days before I was born.
One year later, and they were sufficiently successful for the term "Beatlemania" to appear in The Daily Mirror.
 
1964 is the 50th anniversary of The Beatles playing in the USA, but the USA isn't everything.
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Jeff Porcaro would have been 60 years today
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Originally posted by Manuel Manuel wrote:

A passion play is from 1974. A true masterpiece.
APP was released in '73. Agree it's a masterpiece though.
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Meet the Residents came out in 1974 too (and it's amazing for me to see it emerge in the context of the other titles listed above).
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AreYouHuman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 30 2014 at 20:20
Beyond all doubt a great year for prog!

And how about:

Kevin Ayers – The Confessions of Dr. Dream
Barclay James Harvest – Everyone Is Everybody Else
David Bedford – Star’s End
Brian Eno – Taking Tiger Mountain (by Strategy) (HCTWJ is actually ’73)
Caravan – & the New Symphonia
Greenslade – Spyglass Guest
Hudson-Ford – Free Spirit
Strawbs – Hero & Heroine
Peter Hammill – The Silent Corner & the Empty Stage
Omega – 2000 Years After the Last War
Refugee – Refugee
Roxy Music – Country Life
Seventh Wave – Things to Come
Esperanto – Danse Macabre
Flash – Out of Our Hands
Traffic – When the Eagle Flies
Weather Report – Mysterious Traveller
Stackridge – Pinafore Days
Santana – Borboletta
Silly human race! Yes is for everybody!
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Originally posted by The Bearded Bard The Bearded Bard wrote:

^ Or Red for that matter.

Oh, snap! How did I miss that!?

Must've assumed it was there, because that's THE 1974 album. LOL

Glad you caught that. Clap



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And, of course, 1974's Illusions On A Double Dimple by Triumvirat.
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A passion play is from 1974. A true masterpiece.
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