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Eclectic Prog definition

The term 'eclectic' in the context of progressive rock describes a summation of elements from various musical sources, and the influences and career paths of bands that take from a wide range of genres or styles. While progressive music can be, in a larger sense, eclectic, the 'Eclectic Prog' term is specially meant to reference bands that trespass the boundaries of established Progressive Rock genres or that blend many influences.

Eclectic Prog combines hybrids of style and diversity of theme, promoting many elements from different sources. The Eclectic category recognizes bands that evolved markedly over their career (in a progressive, evolutionary way), or have a plural style without a clear referential core.

The basic features lie within the music's variety, rich influences, art tendencies and classic prog rock elements. Among the representative bands are KING CRIMSON, VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR, and GENTLE GIANT.

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Eclectic Prog Top Albums


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4.63 | 4289 ratings
IN THE COURT OF THE CRIMSON KING
King Crimson
4.56 | 3408 ratings
RED
King Crimson
4.47 | 2109 ratings
GODBLUFF
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.43 | 2231 ratings
PAWN HEARTS
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.41 | 2941 ratings
LARKS' TONGUES IN ASPIC
King Crimson
4.35 | 1705 ratings
IN A GLASS HOUSE
Gentle Giant
4.32 | 1685 ratings
H TO HE, WHO AM THE ONLY ONE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.30 | 1996 ratings
OCTOPUS
Gentle Giant
4.30 | 1626 ratings
THE POWER AND THE GLORY
Gentle Giant
4.29 | 1541 ratings
STILL LIFE
Van Der Graaf Generator
4.28 | 1525 ratings
FREE HAND
Gentle Giant
4.30 | 885 ratings
THE SILENT CORNER AND THE EMPTY STAGE
Hammill, Peter
4.27 | 1556 ratings
ACQUIRING THE TASTE
Gentle Giant
4.25 | 1449 ratings
VOYAGE OF THE ACOLYTE
Hackett, Steve
4.25 | 586 ratings
ANABELAS
Bubu
4.25 | 414 ratings
MEMENTO Z BANALNYM TRYPTYKIEM
SBB
4.23 | 490 ratings
BANTAM TO BEHEMOTH
Birds And Buildings
4.18 | 728 ratings
SLEEPING IN TRAFFIC - PART TWO
Beardfish
4.13 | 2200 ratings
LIZARD
King Crimson
4.24 | 321 ratings
DECALOGUE OF DARKNESS
Daal

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Latest Eclectic Prog Music Reviews


 Sleeping in Traffic - Part One by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2007
4.07 | 510 ratings

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Sleeping in Traffic - Part One
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by Muskrat

5 stars What happiness!

Never rock band will have deserved so much its qualification of progressive. Because make no mistake, Beardfish is above all rock. And if it only took one track to prove it, "Harmony" would suffice. From the first notes, romanticism springs from Rikard Sj鯾lom's accordion, and bewitches us with a ritornello that we begin to whistle for the rest of the day. Then with its alternation of softness and violence "Sunrise" puts us directly in the bath. From "Roulette", the pieces reveal an incredible intensity and the high level of inspiration does not let us go until the last notes, a final taste of very addicting come back. I have literally loved this record for many years! When it comes to interpretation and mixing, the listener that I am is always happy to hear clearly guitar, bass, keyboards, drums and not an indistinguishable magma. It is moreover from "Sleeping In the Traffic P1" that Robert Hansen really imposes his powerful bass playing. Great!

A true masterpiece and one of the best rock records I have ever heard. No doubt.

 The Sane Day by BEARDFISH album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.93 | 276 ratings

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The Sane Day
Beardfish Eclectic Prog

Review by Muskrat

3 stars Although Rikard Sj'blom's compositions exude a certain neo-classical influence ' la Tati and we find big nods to Gentle Giant (Tall Tales, Waiting Room), The Sane Day is a rather pop record, very marked by what Franck Zappa did. (Note, however, that not liking Zappa - which I do - won't stop you from enjoying this record!) Suddenly, the result is both eclectic and homogeneous, with beautiful solo pieces on the piano. The Sane Day is far from my favorite Beardfish album and I think this band would have benefited from reducing this double album to one in one. That said, even if it does not include exceptional moments, there are no truly dispensable pieces either.

Not essential, The Sane Day is nevertheless an excellent appetizer to discover the musical world of this group.

 Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory by TRAFFIC album cover Studio Album, 1973
3.69 | 177 ratings

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Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory
Traffic Eclectic Prog

Review by Warthur
Prog Reviewer

3 stars This was pretty much the first time a Traffic album had sounded much like the previous Traffic album - it's even got a very similar cover conceit - but alas, this second incarnation of the band was already losing steam. The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys had a similar style of jazz-tinged, smoothly delivered light prog, but that had hooks in it which remain fresh in the memory long after the album's done; Shoot Out is pleasant to listen to at the time, but lacks the same staying power.

Roll Right Stones is a similar attempt at a long song with regular repeated refrains as the title song from Low Spark, but there's diminishing returns at play here; the instrumental Tragic Magic has some fun contributions from Chris Wood which help things a little, but the obvious joke about the title of closing number Sometimes I Feel So Uninspired really rings true: even Steve's singing feels unenthusiastic about proceedings. It's not a terrible album - I won't skip any of the songs if they come up on shuffle - but it's not a memorable album.

 Traffic by TRAFFIC album cover Studio Album, 1968
3.41 | 137 ratings

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Traffic
Traffic Eclectic Prog

Review by Warthur
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Traffic's second album finds them appreciably tightening things up compared to the rather more rough and ready Mr. Fantasy. The production values are notably better, the songwriting is more disciplined, and the band don't seem to be falling over themselves to prove their psychedelic credentials. What emerges here is technically proficient folk-tinged, blues-tinged rock music which hasn't yet hit the extended jamming of later albums but which is a reasonably entertaining listen in its own right, as well as pointing the way to more ambitious works to come. The overall effect is like a soft rock counterpart to early Led Zeppelin circa Led Zeppelin III, since they are working on waving similar influences into rock music but coming from a smoother, gentler, more pop-based foundation.
 The Flock / Dinosaur Swamps by FLOCK, THE album cover Boxset/Compilation, 1972
3.57 | 6 ratings

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The Flock / Dinosaur Swamps
The Flock Eclectic Prog

Review by VianaProghead
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Review N?396

"The Flock/Dinosaur Swamps" is a special compilation of The Flock that was released in 1972. This is an economic package that includes their eponymouos debut studio album "The Flock" released in 1969 and their second studio album "Dinosaur Swamps" released in 1971. It's a very interesting compilation because it includes the two debut studio albums released by The Flock. These are, in general, considered the two best studio albums released by The Flock.

Lasting only three years, The Flock might have ended up as nothing more than a footnote on the creative rock scene between 1965 and 1975. But, this guitar trio with a horn section was the first sighting of violinist Jerry Goodman, who'd go on to greater fame as a member of Mahavishnu Orchestra. So, Mahavishnu Orchestra fans might be interested in this double album reissued of the group's two first studio albums solely on the strength of the violinist's involvement.

Maybe not as impressive as Chicago, who emerged around the same time, The Flock was still an impressive band. But, this may explain why The Flock never achieved the commercial success of some other horn sectioned bands of the time. The eclecticism of The Flock meant that it was hard to pin down just what they wanted to be. Between their debut and the follow-up "Dinosaur Swamps" there's a lot of territory covered, often within the confines of an only single track.

As I've already reviewed these two albums previously on Progarchives, in a more extensive way, I'm not going to do it again. So, if you are interested to know, in more detail, what I wrote about them before, I invite you to read those my both reviews. However, in here, I'm going to write something about them in a more short way. So, of course, I'm not going to analyze them track by track, as I made before, but I'm only going to make a global appreciation of both albums.

"The Flock": "The Flock" is a great album from 1969, the year of the "horn band" explosion. The Flock is really a big band with the violin, the horns, the rhythm section and nice lead and backup vocals. Yet, this adept music is never overcrowded and never flashy. They actually make their tracks sound less complex than they are. This stuff will grab you in a first listen, but listen more. Listen to how good these guys were, in those times. The writing, arrangements and performances are viscerally punchy and while unequivocally dated, the music is fun in a guilty kind of way. And even if Chicago is more consistent songwriting rightfully led to them notching all the chart hits and raking in all the dough, The Flock deserves some credit for having carved a more unique, if significantly less successful style which remains largely without equal. The music is one huge melting pot, varying between rock, classical, jazz, blues, and even soul, often within the same song. Lyrically, "The Flock" has a lot of counter-culture stuff. The music is well planned no matter where they go. The vocal harmonies are well constructed. The songs are not jams, but spotlights that rotate over the members of the band. This is a great album indeed and I still listen to it, even in our days. So, this is great classic stuff.

"Dinosaur Swamps": "Dinosaur Swamps" shows the band more at home with their prog and jazz sensibilities, than its predecessor debut studio album. It's perhaps even more progressive, and completely bewildering. This is a very dense sounding album. Usually, Glickstein using both guitar and keyboards and Goodman playing at the same time, frequently the horns as well, both get a larger role effect into the album. The songs are in general very good. Still, the band seems to have too many musical ideas at the same time. I confess that I like very much of "Dinosaur Swamps". It represents a good surprise to me. It's better than I thought after my first listening of it. This is an album very fun despite it sounds too much to the 60's. I'm not really a great fan of the 60's, in general. By the other hand, it also has too much influences of country music, of which I'm not a great fan either. Still, the album is full of playful music. I'm sure these guys seemed to have fun doing what they do, which is a great thing. I think "Dinosaur Swamps" ranges several styles of music, probably too much on the same album. And maybe it even sounds too much dated too. However and despite all I said before, I think the final result is a very good album, a great collection of great songwriting and performances.

Conclusion: This reissue of The Flock's first two albums shows a band searching for an identity, at times finding it, and others coming up a bit empty. "The Flock" is ultimately a more successful album than "Dinosaur Swamps" is. It suffered from ultimately too ambitious and self-indulgent for its own good. And if "The Flock" was more eclectic, "Dinosaur Swamps" was positively more schizophrenic, with tinges of bluegrass/country, psychedelic musings with electronic treatments, flat-out funk, higher octane blues/rock and hints of Zappa-esque absurdity. However and despite the writing, arrangements and performances being perhaps dated, the music is fun in a guilty kind of way. Goodman may be the drawing card, but this reissue rescued from the obscurity a group that may not have achieved the success of its contemporaries, but over the course of this two albums they produced a diverse and interesting body of work.

Prog is my Ferrari. Jem Godfrey (Frost*)

 Catapilla by CATAPILLA album cover Studio Album, 1971
3.48 | 122 ratings

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Catapilla
Catapilla Eclectic Prog

Review by Beautiful Scarlet

5 stars A phenomenal album one of my favorites. Anna Meek the, the singer makes this band and for some breaks. Her singing is abrasive, operatic, I dare say "out of tune" and yet it is what gives Catapilla a unique sound. For me her singing is absolutely perfect and beautiful but I can see how people would find it jarring.

Another feature of Catapilla are lengthy songs with extended instrumental sections, which is wonderful as the instruments are quite pulchritudinous.

Naked Death 9/10 Opening track and a strong one at that, though there are greater heights to visit. Exhibiting Catapilla's virtues you are blessed with Meeks vocal magic rapidly before being serenaded by a troop of musicians. Eventually the splendid head is reprised at the end. The only flaw is it's instrumental section meanders more then soars in comparison to their other songs.

Tumbleweed 7/10 Is a shorter song for them at around 3 minutes. It's detractions come from being an all around less interesting composition in my opinion.

Promises 10/10 Hear it.

Embryonic Fusion 11/10 it's why the ratings go up to 11! One of those rare jaw dropping masterpieces.

 Multipurpose Trap by BIRDS AND BUILDINGS album cover Studio Album, 2013
4.16 | 367 ratings

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Multipurpose Trap
Birds And Buildings Eclectic Prog

Review by Muskrat

5 stars Announced for 2011, the second Birds & Buildings effort was finally released in 2013. But these three years of waiting were rewarded a hundredfold! Dan Britton renewed his feat by offering us an album that is just as good, if not better. We find the strong and very strange atmosphere of Bantam to Behemoth: the energetic rhythms of the sax (Miracle Pigeon), the unusual and distant songs, the sumptuous chords of Dan (East is Fort Orthodox), the incredible bass of Brett D ' anon and the game provided by Malcom Mc Duffle (Abominable Pelican). The only change is the strong addition about a violin.

But ... because there is a but. Nothing new on the mixing and production side! The sound is still cleverly rotten, especially in the treble where it lacks depth. Despite listening to speakers with a soft and velvety sound (Cabasse), the violin is sometimes squeaky and unpleasant, the snare drum sounds like a tin can and the piano sound is worthy of a plastic instrument that we offer to children.

Conclusion, Multipurpose Trap offers admirable music, both in composition and in interpretation. Which is why I consider it to be a centerpiece of progressive rock. Having said that, I won't give these ratings to Dan Britton's productions again until he improves the mix.

 1808 by OMIE WISE album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2017
4.95 | 2 ratings

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1808
Omie Wise Eclectic Prog

Review by Rivertree
Special Collaborator PSIKE Team & Band Submissions

5 stars Although OMIE WISE have released a new album 'To Know Thyself' in 2019, which by the way is their first full-fledged effort, nevertheless that initial EP remains my band favourite so far. The six involved musicians hailing from Portugal are delivering a priceless atmosphere over the course of 25 minutes. I'm always overwhelmed when listening. Less is more, once again confirmed. The title track comes as a minimalistic dreamy opener, fading into the follower Existence then, which shows fine expressive vocals for the first time, delivered by Miguel Santos.

What comes later on is a flow consisting of ups and downs in mood and expression, simply gorgeous. It's hard to find the right words. Eduardo de Almeida provides fantastic organ and Mellotron input overall, the two guitarists F醔io Pinto and Rui Brito are caring for richness in acoustic and electric. The compact album finishes with a dreamy mood again. After several years of acquaintance this music touches me very very much, without slacking off. To sum it up, OMIE WISE actually have thrown out a masterpiece of Progressive Rock in 2017, just at the very beginning of their career.

 Surreal by XL album cover Studio Album, 2002
3.95 | 2 ratings

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Surreal
XL Eclectic Prog

Review by Matti
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Sadly I'm still the only reviewer for this highly original Finnish group that came from the jazz circles and broke all barriers with their [mostly] instrumental music. XL was active from 1992 to 2004, and its two main composers, guitarist Jarmo Saari and vibes player Arttu Takalo have both made albums of their own and been respected studio and live musicians for a wide variety of artists.

Surreal is XL's fourth studio album. The line-up had seen the addition of Dj. Bunuel on voice and sound effects. Compared to the earlier albums, the band's eclectic expression has become much edgier and more unpredictable. The funnily titled opening track 'PlimPlomLePetitBonBon' is relatively calm and full of magical atmosphere. The vibes are upfront for the moody melodies and "The XL Orchestra" (consisting of a string quartet, double bass, clarinet, French horns and harps) enriches the soundscape with elegant details. There's also a female voice speaking in French here and there. Fast-paced 'Sir Real' features rather heavy riffs and intense playing. Mix Penguin Cafe Orchestra with Led Zeppelin and you might get some faint idea.

'Surreal' has pulsating electronica-like elements reminiscent of artists like J-M. Jarre, Air or Stereolab, but in the end it is unmistakable XL. 'Evil Spirit' has a threatening atmosphere underlined by Dj. Bunuel's low voice. Interesting details in the sound, but the beat is a bit too strong for my taste. 'The Dark Lord' is mostly unenjoyably hectic and noisy, but the more melodic sections are fascinating. One could imagine 'Oktober' to be an art rock song in which vocals have been replaced by vibes. 'Elohopeaa' means quicksilver in Finnish, and the extremely fast track is indeed all over the place. Frank Zappa would nod his head!

The ride has been so wild this far that it's nice to have a bit calmer piece: 'Avanto' has a psychedelic groove reminding slightly of Ozric Tentacles. There are voice samples in Finnish that sound like being from a priest's sermon -- perhaps from some old film? 'PlimPlom II' is the first track one really could describe as peaceful and soothing. The leading instruments are two harps. Beautiful. After that sonic oasis we're again kidnapped into the nocturnal, murky side streets where a low-voiced man speaks in English. The ending piece 'YouAndTheStarsAndTheMusic' (sic) is gorgeous, perhaps slightly sentimental in its cinematic nature. All in all Surreal is one hell of an album, extremely risk-taking, varied and dynamic, and yet surprisingly coherent. If there were less of the noisiest and edgiest elements that I was a bit uncomfortable listening to, I might think of giving a full rating. A prog listener with ears wide open probably finds a lot to appreciate here, but (s)he may also feel the music occasionally to be too clever for its own good. Definitely not recommended as a cosy background listening!

 Experimental Guitar Series Vol. 1 - The Guitar As Orchestra by BELEW, ADRIAN album cover Studio Album, 1995
2.65 | 18 ratings

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Experimental Guitar Series Vol. 1 - The Guitar As Orchestra
Adrian Belew Eclectic Prog

Review by TCat
Special Collaborator Eclectic / Prog Metal / Heavy Prog Team

3 stars This interesting album is a way of showing just how the electric guitar can be a multi-dimensional instrument. All of the compositions on this album are written by Adrian Belew and they are written as modern-classical pieces written for orchestra and, from what I hear on this album, a lot of piano. Belew uses his many toys to help arrive at the sounds that are on this album, toys like guitar synthesizers, processors, digital compressors and whatnot.

Many times on this album, you could almost swear you are listening to orchestra and not just guitar. But the main instrument that is mimicked here is the piano. You could swear that it is a piano, except the sound does have that somewhat processed feel, so it's not quite perfect in it's mimickry. Yet, the album is still amazing when you think all of the sounds are performed by an electric guitar. Some reviewers claim that the music is too similar sounding to be enjoyable, but I don't get that. Instead, to me, it is quite a mix of textures and sounds that sometimes come off quite beautifully, while at other times it can also be a bit off-putting. I don't expect everyone to get a lot of enjoyment out of it, though, as the tracks are more classically based as hinted at by the description of the album.

Now, being a classical style album, keep in mind also that the music is more of a contemporary classical meaning that it is not so much built around melodies as much as it is textures and abstract expression, more along the lines of "Frank Zappa style" classical music. However, the music is also not "synclavier" music as is the case with some of Zappa's classical music, but it is quite a bit warmer than this with more of a variety in sound, but comparing it to Zappa's style, you might get a clearer picture of what to expect.

Some tracks are more interesting than others, namely "Laurence Harvey's Despair", the 7+ minute humorous "Seven E Flat Elephants....", the mysterious and spooky strains of "If Only..." and the lovely, orchestral "Alfred Hitchcock's 'Strangers on a Train' " which could easily be thought of as a soundtrack from a high suspense movie.

The biggest weakness of the album is the apparent lack of dynamics, which may be a bit hard to obtain with the tools that Belew has to work with. This is also a problem with Zappa's synclavier albums. But, like I mentioned earlier, this is a much warmer sound than Zappa's synclavier pieces, and that may make it more tolerable. It's going to be tough for many to listen to this, however, and it can be one that you may only come back to once in a while. The only time I find myself re-playing it is when I feel like being amazed at what can be done with instruments and technology. It would be interesting hearing these tracks played with the real instruments and a real orchestra, but, for now, we have this. It's good, but will probably only appeal to those that understand instruments and technology. Otherwise, it's a bit hard to listen to as entertainment.

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16 DEADLY IMPROVS United States
17F Switzerland
4/3 DE TRIO France
8 DAYS IN APRIL Germany
A.C.T Sweden
ABRETE GANDUL Chile
ABSOLUTE ELSEWHERE United Kingdom
ABSURDCUS Romania
ACADEMIE OF FARSIDE Indonesia
ACINTYA France
ADVENT United States
AFFINITY United Kingdom
AKO DOMA Slovakia
AKRITAS Greece
AKT Italy
JEAN-PIERRE ALARCEN France
ALBATROS Germany
ALCO FRISBASS France
ALEXL Brazil
ALGERNON United States
ALICE'S MIRROR Italy
ALLOMERUS Australia
ALON United States
ALPHA RALPHA France
ALQUILBENCIL Spain
ALQUIN Netherlands
ALTABLANCA Argentina
ALTAIR Spain
ALTERNATIV QUARTET Romania
ALTERS Poland
MICHEL ALTMAYER France
AMPLEDEED United States
ANAKDOTA Israel
ANANE Indonesia
APERCO Israel
COSTE APETREA Sweden
APPLE BELLS Poland
ARBATEL Mexico
ARDO DOMBEC Germany
AREKNAM蒘 Italy
ARMADA United Kingdom
ART AND ILLUSION Italy
ARTCANE France
PETER ASHBY United Kingdom
THE ASHQELON QUILT Israel
ASTRID PR諰L Puerto Rico
ATHELSTONE Malta
ATLANTIDE France
AUDIENCE United Kingdom
AUDIO VISIONS United States
AUNT MARY Norway
AVE ROCK Argentina
AVIATOR United Kingdom
罺ORA DI CARLLA Brazil
AXON-NEURON United States
BABA YOGA Italy
BAD ALCHEMY United States
VLADIMIR BADIROV Uzbekistan
BAG France
DAVID BAGSBY United States
BAKU LLAMA United States
FRANCK BALESTRACCI France
BARBARO Hungary
ERIK BARON & D-ZAKORD France
BARRACUDA TRIANGLE Sweden
AL BASIM Iraq
BASTA! Italy
BATABEAT Canada
BEAR IS DRIVING United States
BEARDFISH Sweden
ADRIAN BELEW United States
CL蒑ENT BELIO France
SERGIO BENCHIMOL Brazil
IL BERLIONE Japan
MICHAEL BERNIER United States
BIOCORD Ukraine
BIRDS AND BUILDINGS United States
BLOQUE Spain
THE BOB LAZAR STORY New Zealand
BOOTCUT Sweden
EMMANUEL BOOZ France
BORDERLINE SYNDROME Greece
EDUARDO BORT Spain
BRAINSTATIK United States
VYTAS BRENNER Venezuela
BRIGHTEYE BRISON Sweden
BUBBLEMATH United States
BUBU Argentina
JEAN-LOUIS BUCCHI France
BUDKA SUFLERA Poland
ARNAUD BUKWALD France
C & K VOCAL Czech Republic
CABEZAS DE CERA Mexico
CABINETS OF CURIOSITY United States
CALLE DEBAUCHE United States
CAMERA CHIARA Italy
NEIL CAMPBELL COLLECTIVE United Kingdom
CANGACEIRO Chile
JOSE CARBALLIDO Spain
CARPE DIEM France
CARPET Germany
CARTOON Brazil
CASTLE FUSION Italy
CATAPILLA United Kingdom
CENTENAIRE France
CHAMELEON United States
CHILDWOOD Netherlands
CICCADA Greece
CIRCLES END Norway
EL CIRCULO DE WILLIS Spain
CIRCUS Switzerland
CIRKUS United Kingdom
THE LES CLAYPOOL FROG BRIGADE United States
THE CLAYPOOL LENNON DELIRIUM United States
COLONEL CLAYPOOL'S BUCKET OF BERNIE BRAINS United States
LES CLAYPOOL United States
BARRY CLEVELAND United States
CLOUDS ON STRINGS United States
CMU United Kingdom
CONSIDER THE SOURCE United States
THE COWBOYS FROM HELL Switzerland
CRIME IN CHOIR United States
CR? Spain
THE CRYSTAL SUN United Kingdom
CULPEPER'S ORCHARD Denmark
CURVED AIR United Kingdom
CZAR United Kingdom
DAAL Italy
THE DAEDALUS SPIRIT ORCHESTRA France
DAGM腍R Canada
DALTONIA Chile
DARK AETHER PROJECT United States
DAYS BETWEEN STATIONS United States
GUILLAUME DE LA PILIERE France
DEBOCO France
ERIC DELAUNAY France
THE DEVIL'S STAIRCASE Multi-National
DIAGONAL United Kingdom
DICE Sweden
DIONYSOS Canada
DISCORDIA Finland
DISEN GAGE Russia
DISTINGUISHED PANEL OF EXPERTS Multi-National
DIZZY MYSTICS Canada
DJAM KARET United States
JULIUS DOBOS Hungary
WILLIAM D. DRAKE United Kingdom
DREADNAUGHT United States
DREADNOUGHT United States
DRIFT United States
EARTH SIZE DIAMONDS United States
EAST OF EDEN United Kingdom
ECHOES France
ECHOTEST United States
ECLECTIC MAYBE BAND Belgium
EDENSONG United States
EFECTO Chile
EL EFECTO Brazil
EKPHRASIS France
EKSEPTION Netherlands
ELECTRIC MUD Germany
ELEKTRYK BESTIA United States
EMMETT ELVIN United Kingdom
EMERGENCY EXIT France
EMPATHI Thailand
EMPTY SPACE ORCHESTRA United States
EPIC TANTRUM United States
EPIDERMIS Germany
ERE G Canada
ESPERANTO Multi-National
ESTHEMA United States
ET CETERA Canada
EVELINE'S DUST Italy
EXCESSIVE VISAGE Germany
EXCLUSIVE RAJA France
EXPERIMENTAL Chile
EXPERIMENTAL QUINTET Romania
LOS EXPLORADORES Norway
FAMILY United Kingdom
FANTASIA Finland
FERVENT SEND Multi-National
FETUS MAXIMUS Finland
OLIVIER FEUILLERAT France
FIFTH SPECIES United States
FINNEUS GAUGE United States
FLASH United Kingdom
FL腟KET BRINNER Sweden
FLIGHT United States
THE FLOCK United States
HUGO FLORES Portugal
FOND OF TIGERS Canada
FONDERIA Italy
FOXTROT Norway
FRAMUS 5 Czech Republic
FRATERNITY Australia
FREN Poland
FRIENDSHIP TIME Sweden
ROBERT FRIPP United Kingdom
FROM.UZ Uzbekistan
FRUMPY Germany
FUN MACHINE United States
FUSIOON Spain
FUZZ PUDDLE United States
THE GAK OMEK United States
GALAAD Switzerland
GARDENIA Argentina
GARGAMEL Norway
GAYLORD United States
GECKO'S TEAR Italy
RON GEESIN United Kingdom
GENTLE GIANT United Kingdom
GEPH United States
GESTALT Japan
JANE GETTER United States
GEVENDE Turkey
GEYSIR Germany
GIDEONS MOB United States
KRIS GIETKOWSKI Poland
GLAZZ Spain
GLOBALYS Belgium
GNIDROLOG United Kingdom
GOAD Italy
GOMA Spain
GOOD NIGHTOWL United States
G諷TA BERLINGS SAGA Sweden
JEAN-PHILIPPE GOUDE France
THE GOURISHANKAR Russia
GRACED LIGHTNING United States
S葿ASTIEN GRAMOND France
THE GRAND ASTORIA Russia
GRATTO United States
THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH United Kingdom
MAREK GRECHUTA Poland
GREYLYNG United States
GRIOT Portugal
GROOVECTOR Finland
THE GUARDIAN'S OFFICE Norway
GUERNICA Japan
TREY GUNN United States
GUNS AND BUTTER United States
GURANFOE United Kingdom
GURUH GIPSY Indonesia
GUZZLEMUG United States
GYPSY United States
H7G Costa Rica
STEVE HACKETT United Kingdom
HAIKARA Finland
BRENDAN HAINS Australia
HALF PAST FOUR Canada
HAMADRYAD Canada
PETER HAMMILL United Kingdom
JACK HAMMOND United States
HANAGARIA Israel
HAPPY THE MAN United States
GAVIN HARRISON & 05RIC United Kingdom
STEVE HART United Kingdom
HEADSHEAR United States
HERD OF INSTINCT United States
THE HIGH FIDELITY ORCHESTRA Mexico
HOBO Yugoslavia
HOBSON'S CHOICE United States
HOKR Czech Republic
HOME United Kingdom
HOM蚇IDO Chile
HOUSE OF USHER United States
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