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Bloque
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Spain
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Spanish progressive rock band.
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Releases on file (5)
Bloque — Directo en Revolver Bloque — Directo en Revolver
(Enfasis EFDS 3013, 1995/1999, CD)
Bloque — Música para la Libertad Bloque — Música para la Libertad
(Safiro 74321 933192, 1981/2012, CD)
Bloque  — El Hijo del Alba Bloque — El Hijo del Alba
(Nices SCP-048PSI, 1980/1995, CD)
Bloque  — Hombre, Tierra y Alma Bloque — Hombre, Tierra y Alma
(Si Wan SRMC-3002, 1979/1993, CD)
Bloque  — Bloque Bloque — Bloque
(Safiro 50601001, 1978/1991, CD)

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John Cale - Words for the Dying – I have to admit an orchestral setting for a set of Dylan Thomas poems reminded me of many of the criticisms for many a 70s progressive rock concept album. John Cale's arrangement of this collection of...  (2004) » Read more

Circa - Circa: 2007 – The continuing saga of Billy Sherwood finds him following up his efforts on Yes albums like Open Your Eyes and his collaboration with Chris Squire (Conspiracy) with an album of songs that sounds a lot...  (2009) » Read more

Mind over Matter - Under the Stars – Klaus Hoffman-Hoock is one of my favorite guitarist/synthesists, and this series of live recordings does little to dispel that perception. Recording either as Cosmic Hoffman or Mind over Matter,...  (2001) » Read more

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