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Progressive rock's impact was felt in the work of some post-punk artists, although they tended not to emulate classical rock or Canterbury groups but rather Roxy Music, King Crimson, and krautrock bands, particularly Can. [verification needed] Punishment of Luxury's music borrowed from both progressive and punk rock, whilst Alternative TV, who ...
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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Jul 22, 2022 · 60. ZZ Top (Rock/Blues Rock) Progressive Rock Bands in The ‘70s. Progressive rock spread its roots far and wide in the '70s. While the genre did not achieve mainstream success, certain prog bands played a pivotal role in shaping the future of experimental rock. A number of bands from the art rock tradition also started being associated with ...