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    Posted: March 17 2023 at 21:47
Tranquility released the album Silver as their 2nd release around 1972. I expected to see them listed on this site as their music would likely fit as Canterbury Scene. Does anyone know this band and agree?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Manuel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 17 2023 at 23:21
It would be nice to see a YouTube video, or some of their music. Personally, I never heard of them, but Iím interested in getting to know them.
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Indeed, one should prepare their proposals or suggestion a little (at least  YT or Bandcamp links) , because it's not that we collabs expect white gloves and silver platter, but ou time is not stretchable ad infinitum. Wink


Discogs doesn't list them prog but RYM does. Both list them as psych rock & folk rock, though.
Should they be suggested, I guess this would be for the Prog Folk team.
But certainly not Canterbury, despite hosting two future Caravan bassists: John G Perry and  (much later) Jim Leverton

One can listen to most tracks on Discogs.

From a first listen, it's a pretty lightweight prog suggestion (they're more like british west-coast folk rock to my ears).




Edited by Sean Trane - March 18 2023 at 01:51
let's just stay above the moral melee
prefer the sink to the gutter
keep our sand-castle virtues
content to be a doer
as well as a thinker,
prefer lifting our pen
rather than un-sheath our sword
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