Hamburger Concerto Import, Original recording reissued
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I get the impression that this album was thought out more so than most Prog works of the same period; certainly I listened to it more than Yes's coeval attempts at extended dexerity. HC shows more understanding of music, more control of form than most other proggers could muster.
Tuneful, various, and not overblown despite it's lengeth, HC balances the line between rock and complexity.
To recap then, get Moving Waves or Live at the Rainbow first and then, if you like that, move on to Focus 3 or Hamburger Concerto. The great progressive rock revival is close at hand. Impress your friends by being one step ahead.
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A classic --- nice variations on Brahms' variations (on a theme by Haydn).Published 14 months ago by Velonaut
This is one of my very favorite albums of all time--all genre. I loved it as a teenager in the 1970's and it is better that I had remebered. I have a pretty wide range of taste. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tom Si
great album with several songs ranging from the subtle to the elaborate.Published 19 months ago by Nate Lewis
This is a great piece of music. If you love guitar oriented rock that has some thought and skill then this is for you. Like a fine whiskey or wine this gets better with age.Published 21 months ago by KM152
The best album this dutch band has recorded. For more detail head on over to (http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=3448)Published 22 months ago by Mark Mercer
Focus is a Dutch progressive rock band that has attracted me since I first listened to them. Back in 1974, a cousin of mine(unfortunately died in August, this year) was into... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ivan Howe The Great
La Catherdral De Strassburg is a must have in the collection. The music is more timely as I have gotten older than when I first enjoyed it as a teen.Published on June 21, 2014 by Albert Monteleone