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Prog - A Beginning - Discovery Rd 8

Some prog legends like Yes capitalized lyrically and visually on creating far off, fantasy worlds and bringing them to you through your speaker systems. But while Tales of Topographic Oceans are nice, some locations created by God can capture the imagination just as well. Buckle in for some tales of Spain, my fellow conquistadors.
1Tarantula (ESP)

"As some of y’all may have figured out by now, I love Spanish/Portuguese-language prog, and this album is one of my new favorites from Spain. While there are some obvious similarities to some well known bands like Jethro Tull or Marillion (synth tones are a lot like Marillion, but this came out first), they also have plenty of uniqueness to their sound incorporating touches of blues. All in all, they are a mix of quite a few of my favorite things in prog and I hope there is something for everyone on this record." - bgillesp


Cuevas De Altamira

"Really cool 70s release, blending in spanish folk music and progressive rock which works astonishingly well. There are great compositions on here and I didn't know before that prog sounded so sweet with the spanish language." - farmerobama

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