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Old 02-10-2017, 03:49 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I guess we should mention the so-called Andalusian rock or early flamenco-rock. So we go to the 1970's.

* Triana. Abre la puerta ("Open the Door", 1975) and Quiero contarte ("I Want to Tell You", 1979):



Una historia ("A Story") and El lago ("The Lake", 1974):



* Mezquita. Dame un beso ("Kiss Me", 1979) and Desde que somos dos ("Since We Are Two", 1979):


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Old 12-28-2017, 04:45 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I'm not certain about progressive music, because I never classified music as in/out progressive.
^ Haha, don't worry too much about getting genres correct - I'm pretty bad at it too. This album, for instance, is definitely prog, it's definitely from around the world, because Avora Di Carlla is a Brazillian band. Is it prog folk? I'm not so sure, but it is very good, imo, with some beautiful keyboard and violin passages:-

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