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304 pages | 40 Color Illus.
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In this book, the glory days of progressive rock are relived in a series of insightful essays about the key bands, songwriters and songs that made prog-rock such an innovative style.
Kevin Holm-Hudson is an Assistant Professor of Music Theory at the University of Kentucky.
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