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Jim Yingst
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Hah! Those were exactly the missing two. Well done. I have most of the Camel albums before that, and a few after, but never heard much to recommend I Can See.... Steely Dan, I heard them enough on the radio, never sought out their albums.


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marc weber
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I have compilations by some of these artists (Kansas, Yes, Rush...), but I've only skimmed the surface of their work. I should probably give some of these albums another listen, now that my tastes have changed and I'm looking for new (old) stuff.

Did you like the old Roxy Music albums?


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Jim Yingst
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I'm not very familiar with them. Too "pop" for my tastes, generally. But what I've heard wasn't bad by any means. Very good production and craftmanship, just not the sort of style the compels me to buy albums.

My favorites among the better-known bands are Yes, Genesis, and Rush (Kansas is up there too) and there are a bunch of less-known that I really like. Mark Spritzler and I could probably debate the merits of all sorts of albums in this genre, though I don't know that that would be of interest to anyone else here.
 
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