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Qoph - Kalejkoskopiska-aktiviteter
Review by Gary Hill
Very intriguing Swedish prog, this one combines straightforward rock arrangements with more traditional prog and fusion. The result is quite entertaining.
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Qoph - Pyrola
Review by Gary Hill
What a difference a few years make. When I first reviewed this group's 1999 disc, Kalejkoskopiska-aktiviteter, I found it to be solid music that showcased a lot of potent progressive rock instrumental virtuosity.
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Queen - A Night At The Opera
Review by Josh Turner
I had to scratch the dust off this album. The last time I heard it, I can't say I appreciated music as much as I do today.
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Queen - Queen II
Review by Gary Hill
The second Queen album, this has a lot of great music.

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Queen - Sheer Heart Attack
Review by Gary Hill

This was the third album from Queen. It was a particularly effective set.


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Queen - A Day at the Races
Review by Gary Hill
Queen was really such an intriguing band. They were never really easy to pin down stylistically.

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Queen - News of the World (vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill
I've mentioned it in previous reviews, Queen is an unusual band in that their sound was all over the place.

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Arnaud Quevedo & Friends - Electric Tales
Review by Gary Hill
The music on this 2020 release is pure magic. It's a near perfect combination of progressive rock and fusion.

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Arnaud Quevedo & Friends - ROAN
Review by Gary Hill
I've reviewed another set from this act in the current issue of Music Street Journal. I'm not sure which set by them I like better.

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Quiet World - The Road
Review by Gary Hill
This is a reissue of a 1970 release with a number of bonus tracks. This is not truly prog rock, but it is proto-prog.


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Quill - Brush with the Moon
Review by Gary Hill
If you jump ahead to the last song, you’ll definitely decide this fits under progressive rock.

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