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  1. The Canterbury scene, originating in the late 1960s, denotes a subset of progressive rock bands who emphasised the use of wind instruments, complex chord changes and long improvisations. Rock in Opposition, from the late 1970s, was more avant-garde, and when combined with the Canterbury style, created avant-prog.

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  2. Dec 02, 2015 · If you are new to the progressive rock genre, the Canterbury scene is great place to start. Gong, Soft Machine, and Caravan should certainly not be missed. Oh, by the way, “Camel”, though aren’t Canterbury scene, they should still be listened to. *All photos used with permission, via Amazon.com* Caravan: In the Land of Gray and Pink

  3. By the mid-70's, most the old and new Canterbury bands had progressed away from psychedelia, developing their distinct forms of progressive rock some embracing jazz fusion, many playing extended jams with now limited lyrical input (e.g. Hatfield and The Norths, National Health, Gilgamesh). Caravan became more folky.

  4. Oct 04, 2022 · The Canterbury Scene: How A Bunch of Bookish Bohemians Became The Monty Pythons of Prog In the late 60s, the quaint, historic city of Canterbury birthed a scene defined by its breezy,...

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  6. The Canterbury scene (or Canterbury sound) was a musical scene centred on the city of Canterbury, Kent, England during the late 1960s and early 1970s. [1] Associated with progressive rock, [2] the term describes a loosely-defined, improvisational style that blended elements of jazz, rock, and psychedelia. [1]

  7. The Canterbury scene, originating in the late 1960s, denotes a subset of progressive rock bands who emphasised the use of wind instruments, complex chord changes and long improvisations. Rock in Opposition, from the late 1970s, was more avant-garde, and when combined with the Canterbury style, created avant-prog.

    • Mid to late 1960s, United Kingdom and United States
    • Art rock, classical rock, prog, symphonic rock
  8. A mix by Swami, Yellowchronolooking and Prog Rock Dock celebrating the canterbury scene era of progressive rock. Enjoy! All for one and One For The Vine!~Seb...

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