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Progday Discovery M3

We continue our voyage across space and time, this time through the Southern coast of Europe, and from 1974 to 2016! We have a Portuguese prog album up against a Greek prog album. Both are sure exemplify that classic symphonic prog sound, so this is one progday you'll want to pull out your headphones for!
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Onde, Quando, Como, Porquê, Cantamos Pessoas Vivas

"This is perhaps the best prog album ever made in Portugal in the early 70's. At least it's one of the best and most representaive prog albums with the synts and mellotron ever. It's a must have for all tron maniacs as I am. Besides that, this is an album very important to my country. It's based on an original text by José Jorge Letria, "Cantamos Personas Vivas", which has everything to do with the end of the dictatorship and the beginning of the democratic system in Portugal in 1974 and what would became known as the "Carnation Revolution". It's a pity that the lyrics are in portuguese and pratically all of you can't understand them. But believe me, they're almost as important as the music is. So, don't miss this mellotron drenched Portuguese Prog Classic album." - e210013

2Mother Turtle

"Mother Turtle are part of the uprising prog rock scene in Greece and are excellent at what they do. Long compositions with great maturity and melody, nicely added details and much emotion. This album came last year and was included in my 2016 list. From the first song, 70's prog influences become apparent. Production is outstanding, and the musicians are all utterly proficient (THAT violin). Really can't find a flaw." - Mythodea

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