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    [–] Looking for prog suggestions.. rayway27 1 points ago in progrockmusic

    Life in the Punch Line - Fifth Species (2018)

    [–] Egg - Long Piece No. 3 (Dave Stewart plays 7/8, 11/8, 15/8, 19/8 and 23/8 repeatedly, Insansely complex) rayway27 1 points ago in progrockmusic

    It's at least complex. Whether it's insanely complex or not is more subjective. The definition of insanely from the Oxford dictionary is "to an extreme degree." Listen from 3:10 on; the measure lengths sound almost random or improvised, but must have been composed due to each part playing in unison. While not earth-shattering, it is at least objectively extreme. What would you define as insanely complex?

    [–] ELP - Take a Pebble (1970) rayway27 7 points ago in progrockmusic

    I love the folky guitar part when the clapping begins

    [–] Ten years rayway27 3 points ago in progrockmusic

    No worries, your work will be better received in another subreddit. Good luck

    [–] Ten years rayway27 3 points ago in progrockmusic

    The song isn't bad but this isn't prog at all.

    [–] Favorite prog bands? rayway27 3 points ago in progrockmusic

    This is an amazing website I use all the time to explore 70s prog. This has helped me find a lot of obscure gems. http://www.vintageprog.com/progrock.htm

    [–] King Bird - Trace (1975) rayway27 1 points ago in progrockmusic

    No problem! Check out their first album. It’s even better in my opinion. It’s like a Dutch ELP but the keyboard player Van der Linden was more inspired by Bach then the Bartok and Stravinsky of Emerson.

    [–] King Bird - Trace (1975) rayway27 1 points ago in progrockmusic

    Oh yes, I agree! My favorite part is the guitar solo in the beginning and end.