Namesort icon Founded Country
Amon Düül (UK) 1981 Led by John Weinzerl and Dave Anderson, the band's name was of some dubious origin. United Kingdom
Amon Düül 1967 The original "Wohngemeinschaft" from Munich, Amon Düül's mixture of politics and music were born straight out of the 60s. Musically, however, it's unessential listening. All releases were culled from recording sessions... Germany
Alphataurus 1973 Relatively unknown Italian band released one eponymous album of excellent quality before dissolving. Second release is incomplete (no vocals). Italy
Allen, Daevid 1938 aka Dingo Virgin, El Alien, Bert Camembert, Zero, etc... Daevid Allen is one of the most longstanding, colorful and prolific artists of the progressive era. Leaving his native Australia in the early 1960s, Allen had... Australia
Albrighton, Roye 1949 Nektar guitarist and vocalist has released just one solo record. United Kingdom
Akkerman, Jan 1946 Focus guitarist, won many accolades in Britain during the early 70s. Netherlands
Agitation Free 1967 One of Germany's first experimental rock groups, Agitation Free was a part of the scene in Berlin in the late 60s. Members included Michael Hoenig and Chris Franke, Axel Genrich, Lutz Ulbrich and many other notable... Germany
Agents of Mercy 2009 Led by Roine Stolt and Nad Sylvan, Agents of Mercy music also feature Jonas Reingold and Lalle Larsson from Karmakanic. Sweden
Acqua Fragile 1971 Hailing from Parma, Acqua Fragile were a British-inspired progressive rock band, complete with English-language lyrics. Aided by PFM's management, the band opened for many UK groups touring Italy. Their second album saw... Italy
Abrahams, Mick 1943 Ex- Jethro Tull and Blodwyn Pig guitarist. United Kingdom
A.R. & Machines 1971 Originally in the Rattles, Achim Reichel ventured into progressive territories with his trademark echo-guitar. Germany
3 1987 Ketih Emerson and Carl Palmer teamed up with Robert Berry and released one album as 3. United Kingdom