Best Forgotten Bands of the 70's.

recgord27

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please don’t shoot me, but this album has a R&B vibe. It’s the vocalist….more than the music. His voice is just very early Chicago steppin‘ & shuffle.
Maybe this is a band that would be best forgotten, lol. Some sites describe this band as "progressive" which I don't get. To me they remind me of the early Bee Gees with a lot of mellotron thrown in. Some interesting music, but not worth listening to more than once
 

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yes, I get that Bee Gees vibe, too. I definitely don’t see them as progressive…at least nothing even close to Alan Parsons, Yes, Wishbone Ash, Camel, etc.
 

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Bit of a Roxy spin-off!
Phil Manzanera and Brian Eno, team up with Monkman & McCormick.... remind me of UK in some respects.
Awesome prog cover of this Beatles tune.
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Glad I don't have Dementia yet because without going through all these threads, AND growing up in California.. I can remember bands but don't know if they are still around..
Rubicon (Who were at the Pre Cal Jam I and II at the Ontario motor speedway)
Fanny
Redbone
Blues Image
Liquid Smoke
The Box Tops
Can
The Dammed
Starcastle
 

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