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Dave Stewart, the Unsung Hero of Prog

This album is brilliant in so many ways, and a terrific example of the music of the Canterbury Scene, which was a bit like the "Seattle" of Prog in 60's and 70's England. Dave Stewart (not of the Eurythymics) has such an incredible body of compositions, keyboard work, and blazing solos. He has a remarkably unique musical voice, different than any prog keyboardists, and brought this wizardry to Bruford's incredible quartet a few years later. Plus, the band itself is phenomenal, and the stratospheric voice of Barbara Gaskin make for a magical record. For less than the price of a Pint, you can own this masterpiece!


This is music, and Alan Gowen and Dave Stewert would give nothing less. I love this album, Brujo by far one of my favorites. Its great jazz rock and prog rock. National Health was a power house of musicans and somthing that couldnt be recreated. They may have been late on the scene but this album is a pinicale in my opinion from Gilgamesh and Hatfield and the North. It is the beggining of a new style and an extension of previous styles. Freakn sweet!!!


Formed: 1975

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s

National Health were one of those rare English progressive bands whose classic mid-'70s output still sounds fresh today. Their sound prospered on imaginative linear musicality, often in a jazzy format that emphasized extended instrumental solos. Arising during a challenging time when progressive rock was being overtaken by a tidal wave of punk, National Health featured members of other Canterbury and post-Canterbury bands Hatfield and the North (a band considered a Canterbury supergroup in itself),...
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