Tags prog rock, progressive rock, psychedelic
Artists The Who, Yes, Radiohead
February 04, 2011
Thirty-eight tracks including music by Yes, Radiohead and The Who
If you want real classic prog check mi mix! Yours is really cool btw but not as progressive as i would've liked to
Thanks, your mix is very cool. My mix is not only going off of the flow and feel but somewhat chronologically as well. Also, I decided to not keep it within the confines of the prog-rock genre and its sub genres (of course I omitted artists like Camel, Gong, The Flower Kings, Transatlantic, Spock's Beard, Dream Theatre, Porcupine Tree, etc). Hence, this mix includes artists that were the roots of it, the mainstays, and those of other genres (British Metal, Jazz, Jam Band, 80s New Wave, Alternative, etc.) who embraced it and used elements of prog into their brand of music. To show that regardless of success or failure, that artist took a gamble in doing something different against the grains of what the record company wants. The ideal of prog is to be forward thinking, standing one's ground and keeping integrity.
You could not have said it better
love prog rock
with Beatles, THe Who and Yes you can never go wrong... lovely mix.... check out mine... you may like them
Fooly & cooly...
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"Just exactly as I remember.
alternative, power pop, art rock, glam rock, new wave
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Symphonic and sometimes Lush mix - Featuring Philip Glass, The London Symphony Orchestra, Rick Wakeman and more.
symphonic, orchestral, eletronic, instrumental, art rock
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Songs to make out to.
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"When you go to the tavern and you ask for His love.
alternative rock, classic rock, life, soul / r&b, synth pop