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Mainhorse (original vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill
The main claim to fame of this 1971 disc is the fact that it was Patrick Moraz' first band (at least in terms of first band with a release). The thing is, the music holds up really well as early progressive rock by itself.

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Refugee - Refugee (Three-CD Expanded Edition)
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Refugee released their only studio album in 1973. The band was considered a nod to the classic prog band The Nice, but I'd say there was more to it than that.


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Various Artists - Still Wish You Were Here: A Tribute to Pink Floyd
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I generally like things like this where an album is created by taking the track list of a famous album and having different artists reproduce the songs.

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The Prog Collective always puts out interesting music. It's a project that has Billy Sherwood at its core.

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