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Ahead of its time

This is a notable example of a band too far ahead of its time to garner wide acceptance. John Wetton bass & vocals, Bill Bruford drums, Allan Holdsworth guitar & Eddie Jobson keyboards, violin are all powerhouse musicians; together they are almost too talented individually to be in one group. It was the era of disco, punk & the end of the "classic" rock era. They didn't exactly fit into any of these categories well but like all great art their work here is timeless and can be appreciated outside the context of what was cool or fashionable in its time.

Great!

This is a great 70's progressive sound and -In the dead of the night- CLASSIC-Love it!!

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Biography

Formed: 1977

Genre: Prog-Rock/Art Rock

Years Active: '70s

Featuring members of Yes, King Crimson, Roxy Music, and Soft Machine, U.K. was one of the most prominent progressive rock supergroups of the late '70s. Various members of U.K. -- guitarist Allan Holdsworth, keyboardist/violinist Eddie Jobson, bassist/vocalist John Wetton, and drummer Bill Bruford -- had all played together in their previous bands, but when the group formed in 1977, it was the first time all of the musicians had played together. Although the lineup was unstable -- Holdsworth and Bruford...
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Music, Rock
  • Released: 1978

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