Opeth: Swedish progressive rock band with death metal roots; Le Orme: One of the most important Italian progressive rock bands; Osibisa: Ghanaian Afro-pop and Afrobeat band who incorporate funk, jazz, and progressive rock. Their album covers were illustrated by Roger Dean; Ozric Tentacles
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May 11, 2017 · Since the 60s a number of 3 piece rock bands have emerged onto the music scene. 3 member folk rock bands, blues-rock bands and progressive bands became popular in the 60s and 70s. With the emergence of evolving rock genres, many power trios surfaced with their amicable style of music.
Later period protopunk and garage-influenced bands (1967 to 1979) The bands listed below, though often associated with garage rock, are also associated with other genres such as acid rock, psychedelia, blues rock, power pop, 1970s punk rock, hard rock, bubblegum, glam, prog rock, art rock or even heavy metal.
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Sep 26, 2022 · Progressive rock bands going pop is a well-established phenomenon. And it's one that still happens today, believe it or not. ... That would be the 1980s, which was by far the most visible period ...