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05.17.22 Progland's WINNER05.12.22 Progland Finals
05.06.22 Progland Semi-Finals04.30.22 Progland Elimination Rd
04.23.22 Progland M1004.16.22 Progland M9
04.09.22 Progland M804.01.22 Progland M7
03.24.22 Progland M603.19.22 Progland M5
03.12.22 Progland M403.05.22 Progland M3
02.26.22 Progland M202.19.22 Progland M1
02.17.22 Proggiest thing in Progland - Prelimina 04.16.21 Prog, yours to discover pt 2
04.08.21 Prog, yours to discover, pt 1 06.02.16 More Indie rock in need
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Progland Finals

Bravo to the Elimination Finalists, to the Semi-Finalists, and to all the contestants. Here is the time to determine the winner of my first edition's tourney with a head to head kind of fight..Choose your favorite. May the best win. @Friday13th, thank you for the inspiration. Your preparations and efforts of your own tourneys made a difference for mine.
Movin' On

Swiss prog with some Genesis elements that also uses a wider variety of instruments and plays some "heavy" bits here and there plus some vocals a la Peter Hammill. First half of the album is great but its second half, the 22 min title track, is a top tier prog epic and the true star of the record

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2Pekka Pohjola

For his 4th solo album, Finnish composer and bassist Pekka Pohjola (1952-2008), one of the greatest Scandinavian musicians of all time, puts everything he had: his sense of melody, boundless love for jazz and prog rock, Mr. Frank Zappa's teachings and an absolutely unique look at the nature of neoclassical music. This instrumental record is a 32 minute entity joined not only by a brass section, but also by the strings and woodwinds of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra. An ambitious album that, for once, achieves its lofty goals, and in spectacular style to thrill.



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