“Treason” by Gryphon, released in 1977. I’ve just started the third consecutive play of this record, so I think it’s time to give it the recognition it deserves! The opener, “Spring Song,” is fantastic. “Flash in the Pantry” is light and enjoyable. High-grade prog.
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“Moving Waves” (aka “Focus II”) by Focus. Prog plus yodeling. Does it get any better?
“Moonmadness” by Camel.
Wow! I had heard of Camel before, but this is the first full album I’ve listened to. It will be in my collection as soon as I can conveniently arrange it 🙂 . Solid prog rock in a fantastic style. Well worth a listen, and I suspect it will stand up to repeated play.
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“Unsealed” by CarboHydroM. A massive orchestral/rock/instrumental reworking of the Zelda 3 soundtrack. I just listened to it twice in a row!
Just discovered this prog rock album from 1977 by a band called “Hands”. Never heard of the band before, but they’ve got a pretty nice sound!
Overdub Sessions Jazzed Up by Fortadelis, overdubbing tracks by Smooth and Smooth Genestar (who is actually the same guy as Smooth, but working in a different style). Very nice indeed! Track 6, “Yass,” is particularly lively.