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Zanov - Open Worlds
Review by Gary Hill
This isn’t progressive rock in the classic sense of the word. It’s progressive music, though.

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Zanov - Chaos Islands
Review by Gary Hill
This is the second set from this act I’ve reviewed. If you like music like Vangelis and Synergy you will feel right at home here.
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Frank Zappa - Roxy and Elsewhere
Review by Steve Alspach
Toward the end of the run of the Mothers of Invention, this 2-LP set was released. Only Zappa would have the -dare I say it? - Unmitigated audacity to release a live album with virtually all new material.
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Frank Zappa - Hot Rats
Review by Gary Hill
This was Frank Zappa’s second solo album.

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Frank Zappa - Jazz from Hell
Review by Gary Hill
This is an instrumental jazz album.

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Frank Zappa - Ship Arriving Too Late to Save a Drowning Witch
Review by Gary Hill
This 1982 Zappa album has some cool stuff. It's probably best known for the song "Valley Girl," which features his daughter Moon Unit on spoken vocals.

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Frank Zappa - Zoot Allures
Review by Gary Hill

This 1976 release was Frank Zappa's only set on Warner Brothers Records. It has the usual type of Zappa weirdness you would expect.


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Zeelley Moon - Zeelley Moon
Review by Gary Hill

This album is so strong. The music here is of the melodic progressive rock variety.


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Zenit - The Chandrasekhar Limit
Review by Gary Hill
One way to look at this CD is that it’s a lot like The Flower Kings.

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Zenxienz - Cosmosis
Review by Gary Hill

This set is electronic music. Perhaps it's not the tightest fit under progressive rock, but it's clearly progressive music.


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061180 - I’m Considering Being a Cloud
Review by Gary Hill
Psychedelia, creepy music and more merge into something that’s unusual, but also compelling.

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Zero Times Everything - Sonic Cinema
Review by Gary Hill
This is very adventurous music. I'm sure it's not the kind of thing that's well-suited for everyone. I really like it a lot, though.

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Zhongyu - Zhongyu is Chinese for Finally
Review by Gary Hill
Based on the name of the group and the cover, it would be easy to think that Zhongyu was a Chinese band.

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Lonny Ziblat - Dream Hunting
Review by Gary Hill
You might know Lonny Ziblat from his band Modest Midget. This set lands under progressive rock in part because of that connection.

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Zierler - Esc
Review by Gary Hill
Featuring members of Beyond Twilight, Halford, Fates Warning, Firewind, Scar Symmetry and Circus Maximus, this album is quite cool.

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Rocco Zifarelli - Music Unites
Review by Gary Hill

I wasn't sure what to expect with this album. Well, it really blew me away.


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Ziguri - onetwothreefour
Review by Gary Hill
This is a very weird album. I like the majority of it quite a bit, though.

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Zilla With Her Eyes Shut - Whisper Whisper (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill

I've landed this under prog. Don't expect old-school progressive rock. This is more of an art rock kind of thing.


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Zilla With Her Eyes Shut - Zilla With Her Eyes Shut
Review by Gary Hill

I previously reviewed the single "Whisper Whisper" in the last issue of Music Street Journal.


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The Zodiac - Cosmic Sounds
Review by Gary Hill

I've read that both Roger Waters and Justin Hayward listed this album as an influence on them at least once. Listening to this reissue, it's obvious.


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Zombie Picnic - A Suburb of Earth
Review by Gary Hill
This instrumental set is part jam band, part trippy psychedelia, part space music and part prog.

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Zombie Picnic - Rise of a New Ideology
Review by Gary Hill

I reviewed another set from these guys a while back and really liked it. This one is even stronger than that one.


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Zombie Picnic - Rise of a New Ideology (vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill

This is a review of the vinyl version of the new album from Zombie Picnic. I suppose you probably got a lot of that from the title header of this review.


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