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Old 04-10-2016, 11:58 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I'm not sure if this is live, within three minutes they play in a room, in a foggy field, take off in a car, then end the song a unlit soundstage.
Hölderlin • Requiem Für Einen Wicht (1972)
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Old 05-11-2016, 08:59 AM   #12 (permalink)
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The only Hoelderlin lp that could be considered folkprog is "Hoelderlin's Traum" '70


Here are some German folkprogs:
PARZIVAL - LEGENDE (their other lp doesn't fit the cubby)

OUGENWEIDE - OHRENSHMAUS '76 (they have many lps. This and maybe the double Live set fit)

EMMA MYLDENBERGER -SAME '78 (Gryphon, Third Ear Band moves)


Here is a good French one: ASGARD "Tradition et renouveau" (the other lp is straight folk)
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Old 05-11-2016, 03:04 PM   #13 (permalink)
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The only ones I know for sure is Pentangle, and Gazpacho (especially in their 2015 album Molok Rising).
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Old 05-11-2016, 08:06 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Pentangle is pure folk. Nothing prog there.
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^ Plus, prog or not, Pentangle are covered in the sister thread: http://www.musicbanter.com/prog-psyc...ml#post1662993

Your description of Emma Myldenberger caught my attention, Buffo. Here's the first YouTube clip of theirs that I came across. Good call !!

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This forum is full of stupids.

I have a feeling these are audiofool (gear) peeps here at "Music Banter" , not them that harbour much by way of actual music appreciation.
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I'm not sure if this is live, within three minutes they play in a room, in a foggy field, take off in a car, then end the song a unlit soundstage.
Hölderlin • Requiem Für Einen Wicht (1972)
^ That's a nice track - thanks. I've been listening to some pretty good Hölderlin material too, incl. the Traum album Buffo mentions. The way they spell their name may be significant; I found a couple of albums on which they'd changed the name to Hoelderlin, but the albums were rather disappointing, with uninspiring English lyrics.

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I have a feeling these are audiofool (gear) peeps here at "Music Banter" , not them that harbour much by way of actual music appreciation.
^ Plenty of people on this forum are extremely well-informed about music; perhaps you shouldn't be so quick to dismiss us!

Yat-Kha are a band from Russia who mix up Tuvan singing - and that sombre stringed instrument that stands in the lap - and er mix it up with a bunch of other styles. The results can be pretty interesting:-

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Thanks. I really like that Holderlin song.

I don't know if this next band fits in with Prog Folk. They definitely know how to blend well Turkish music with Rock. They were active during the Prog years so there might be an influence there somewhere, especially in Sevenler Ağlarmış. The guitar player has a double neck guitar. One is a regular guitar neck and the other looks like a neck taken from a Saz. I find the exciting parts when he plays the latter.

3 HÜREL - CANIM KURBAN - YouTube


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^ Sorry I let that last recommendation pass me by Neapolitan. As you say they do good job of blending modern and traditional, and I've enjoyed both tracks that you posted - especially the second one with the instrumental work-out at the end.

And here, from Chile, is an album called Locomotora that's all instrumental. The first two albums by Los Blops are full of rather traditional-sounding ballads, but with their third and last album they moved into more prog territory.

Isn't the internet fabulous? Recorded in just fourteen hours and with an original release of only 500 copies, this is a great album that would've stayed under a lot of radars in the pre-internet era - now it's just a click away on YouTube. To give you a taste of its charms, here is the opening track:-

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I was watching a video about John Peel & his record collection. He held up an album and said "... and the music is really rather good." The album cover has different artwork, but the title mentioned is an English translation of the Turkish album title.

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