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Be Good To Yourself at Least Once a Day
Review by Gary Hill
I have never heard this album before, even though it’s a remaster/reissue thing.

Diamonds and Coal
Review by Gary Hill
This latest studio disc from Man showcases the type of sound that has typified their career. They play an organic form of folky rock that is essentially, but not always, progressive rock oriented.

Sixty Minutes With...
Review by Gary Hill
Man is an intriguing band that really defies categorization. Certainly a lot of their music fits into the realm of progressive rock, but they’ve never been completely tied to that style.

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Son of Man - Son of Man
Review by G. W. Hill
This band is essentially a spin off of the group Man.

Son of Man - State Of Dystopia
Review by Gary Hill

Honestly, were this getting placed strictly on the music contained here, it probably wouldn't get put under progressive rock.

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