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    I gathered info on Mezquita from Spain. The band behind "Recuerdos de mi Tierra"

    Anyone heard "Recuerdos de mi Tierra" by Mezquita? I wanted to stick to my schedule of Sunday releases and figured this band had almost no info on them in English. So I dived into a lot of Spanish stuff and even reached out to one of the band members in order to make this Mini-Doc about the...
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    The Canterbury Scene Family Tree

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    Heard of this "dead" singer? Rodriguez from Searching for Sugar Man

    Hey guys! I’d appreciate it if you let me know what you think of my new video on the incredible songwriter, Sixto Rodriguez. He gave up on his musical career in the '70s, but unaware to him, he had sold more records than Elvis in South Africa, a country where he was rumored to have killed...
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    Story of Quebec's Flagship band from the 70's, Harmonium!

    Thank you so, so much for watching!! I hope you enjoyed their music!
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    Best of 70's Rock from Argentina

    Anyone here a fan of Serú Girán? They're such a unique band, blending tango with Jaco Pastorious style bass playing as well as influence from British prog legends. This is one of my all-time favorite bands and I created Mini-doc on Charly Garcia's first two bands before getting to his third...
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    The Canterbury Scene Family Tree

    Thanks, Mulberry! I hope you enjoyed the video!
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    10cc is one of the most fun bands I've ever heard and their story is interesting too

    Paul Burgess actually played live with the band while Godley and Creme were still in the group but became a full member after they left.
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    Story of Quebec's Flagship band from the 70's, Harmonium!

    I've been listening to this incredible band for many years and recently realized there are no documentaries on their story in English, so of course I went ahead and filled that gap and I hope I paid them the respect the deserve. While researching this video I realized there is a ton more prog...
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    The Turtles are way more interesting than I'd anticipated.

    Any fans of The Turtles here? They're so fun! And there's way more to them than most people know, including all of the comedy songs and their concept album, "The Battle of the Bands" in which they spoof a different style of band on each song. About 10 years ago, The Turtles featuring Flo and...
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    Best 70's Prog Rock from South America?

    Thank you so much for watching another of my videos! I really appreciate you! I hope you enjoyed it and checked out some of the 70's rock from Argentina. It's truly incredible and timeless.
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    Best 70's Prog Rock from South America?

    Hey guys! Lately I've been learning Spanish and of course listening to and translating music is a very helpful activity. So I spiraled down many rabbit holes but found that the 70's prog scene from Argentina does it for me best. Have you guys listened to bands like Crucis and Invisible? I'm way...
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    The Canterbury Scene Family Tree

    Both are so excellent! I'm enjoying being on this Canterbury kick right now!:D
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    The Canterbury Scene Family Tree

    You're welcome! Thank you for watching! I think it's really interesting! So I have another video about a 70's progressive folk band called Comus that was so dark they didn't find success but Swedish progressive death metal band, Opeth took inspiration from them and YouTube must associate my...
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    The Canterbury Scene Family Tree

    Anyone here a fan of bands like Soft Machine and Caravan? Of course both bands started releasing albums in 1968 that later became known as the first albums in what we call The Canterbury Scene. What are your favorite bands from the Canterbury Scene? I like some of the hidden gems like Quiet...
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    10cc is one of the most fun bands I've ever heard and their story is interesting too

    It's cool that you're listening though! And I'm glad you got to see them! Have you heard the longer tracks like "One Night in Paris" and "Somewhere in Hollywood?" Definitely Progressive pop, one can argue if it's prog rock though. Thank you so much for watching my video! I really appreciate you!

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