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Friday's Prog Discovery M1

Two psychedelic prog albums with heavy keyboards from 1971? This match-up was a no-brainer. May the listening and voting begin. As I said, we have till next Friday to jam these two and vote which one is better. Multiple listens are encouraged.
1Julian Jay Savarin
Waiters on the dance

"Prog, with a little psych thrown in. Savarin is the songwriter and keyboardist, so these songs are keyboard driven. Savarin put out two albums in the early seventies before he moved on to become a writer (still publishing today)." - TWIGtheWONDERKID
2Stark Naked
Stark Naked

"Psych, prog leanings and keyboards from '71. Imagine Aqualung but stark bollock naked." - zakalwe
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