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Progressive Instrumental Recommendations??

Discussion in 'Progressive Rock' started by Magic, Nov 9, 2009.

  1. starman

    starman Let The Children Lose It

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    There is just so much amazing progressive rock & fusion from the 70s. Just silly amounts.

    Bundles is a hidden masterpiece for sure. Tons of Soft Machine stuff is.

    Check out Terje Rydal's: Chaser album as well.

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    Also, for a completely mind blowing musical adventure, check out Steve Tibbetts: YR

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  2. Gabble Ratchet

    Gabble Ratchet Senior Member

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    Another Camel album I listened to yesterday:

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  3. Tattoo'd Lady

    Tattoo'd Lady Scentless Apprentice

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    this is a great album, although not fully instrumental, 1 of the 4 songs on the album contains vocals but i think its just an amazing album

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    this is another fabulous album

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    plus there's some great jazz fusion albums that are basically prog in my opinion, these two are some of my favorites

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  4. LG

    LG Fade To Black

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    ^^I have the Gong and Al Di Meola CD's Tattoo'd, but not the first one or the last one you posted...might have to put them on my list.

    I have that Camel CD too Sal, for some reason Camel seems to be left out when 70's prog is discussed...:think:

    I think I will play it tonight in fact.:tup:
     
  5. Hepcat

    Hepcat retired

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    "America" and "Rondo 69" by the Nice from this album:

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  6. Tattoo'd Lady

    Tattoo'd Lady Scentless Apprentice

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    Third is top notch, i definitely think its right up your alley for what you're looking for

    another great album is Love Devotion Surrender, also not totally instrumental, however the only vocals are a few chants here and there, its one of my favorite albums of all time, definitely worthy of a listen if you've never heard it

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  7. Magic

    Magic Woman of the World

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    I have never heard that album, Tatoo'd, but I am a huge fan of Santana and McLaughlin, too....I am tracking it down now :)
     
  8. Aktivator

    Aktivator aka Hightea

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    wow nice list tatoo I love all those albums. Third is my favorite Soft Machine Album and any Gong album is alright with me.

    Love Devotion Surrender is good too haven't pulled that vinyl out in a while maybe I'll give it a spin.

    another 70's band I like Passport

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  9. Sweaty

    Sweaty ThE OtHeR rAmOnE

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    Wring that neck by Purple is one and anything by the Ozrics oh and some Steve Vai!
     
  10. Sox

    Sox Avoiding The Swan Song

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    That's a fine Purple track Sweat. How about Tommy, House Of The King and Harem Scarem by FOCUS...
     

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