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1. Slow Yourself Down - Camel
2. Decadence - Kevin Ayers
3. Jerusalem - Emerson, Lake ; Palmer
4. Check Out - Family
5. Evening Blue - Traffic
6. River of Life - PFM
7. In Old England Town (Boogie No. 2) - Electric Light Orchestra
8. Memory Laine Hugh / Headloss - Caravan
9. Ejection (Single Version) - Robert Calvert
10. Back Into the Future - Man
11. Drowning Man - Greenslade
12. The Void - Darryl Way's Wolf
13. Wind of Change - Badger
14. Classical Gas - Beggars Opera
15. Untitled No. 1 - John Lees
16. Father of Day, Father of Night - Manfred Mann's Earthband
17. Song - Jonesy
18. Hurricane Man / Rock N' Roller - Edgar Broughton Band
19. Hard Time - Rare Bird
20. Good Day - Nektar
21. Parents - Budgie
22. Orgone Accumulator - Hawkwind
23. Street Urchin - Pink Fairies
24. Wheel of Fortune - Badger
25. Dreams By the Sea - John Martyn
26. Armin - Curved Air
27. Time Captives - Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come
28. Terminal Eyes (Single Version) - Al Stewart
29. L'auberge Du Sanglier / a Hunting We Shall Go / Pengola / Backwards / a Hunting We Shall Go (Reprise) - Caravan
30. Flying Teapot - Gong
31. Fool's Gold - Hemlock
32. Metamorphosis - Curved Air
33. Photos of Ghosts - PFM
34. Never Let Go - Camel
35. Grand Hotel - Procol Harum
36. Still - Pete Sinfield
37. Never Let Go - Camel
38. Starship Trooper (Live) - Yes
39. Move It (Single Version) - Stray
40. The Furthest Point - Spirogyra
41. Spirit of Joy - Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come
42. Nostradamus - Al Stewart
43. Silver Song (1973 Single Version) - Anthony Phillips
44. It Has to Be - Help Yourself
45. The Night People - Pete Sinfield
46. Upon Tomorrow - Tempest
47. Shouting in a Bucket Blues - Kevin Ayers
48. Bedside Manners Are Extra - Greenslade
49. Ashes Are Burning - Renaissance

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A New 4cd Remastered Clamshell Boxed Set Celebrating The Finest Musical Sounds Of So-Called Progressive Rock Music Of 1973. Five Hours Of Music Featuring Tracks By Kevin Ayers, Edgar Broughton Band, Budgie, Camel, Caravan, Curved Air, Electric Light Orchestra, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Family, Gong, Greenslade, Hawkwind, Help Yourself, Manfred Mann's Earthband, Nektar, Pfm, Pink Fairies, Procol Harum, Nektar, Anthony Phillips, Rare Bird, Renaissance, Al Stewart, Traffic, Darryl Way's Wolf, Yes & Many More. The next release in the series of compilations celebrating so-called "Progressive" rock music concentrating on 1973, another year in which Progressive music in all it's forms would continue to be a dominating force with the album buying public. Much of this music appeared on the "progressive" imprints of major record labels such as EMI's Harvest, Decca's Deram and Philips Records' Vertigo and the emerging independent labels such as Charisma, United Artists and Island Records and led to an increasing presence of underground album music on BBC Radio One on it's Sounds Of The Seventies and Top Gear programmes and on television on the iconic series The Old Grey Whistle Test. 1973 saw a wealth of imaginative artists continue to meld seemingly disparate musical genres and influences such as jazz, blues, folk, rock and classical music on a host of wonderful albums, all of which appealed to an audience of students and rock fans. Universities and Colleges remained regular venues on burgeoning live music circuit in the UK for these artists, most of whom earned loyal followings through regular concert performances both in Britain and in Europe. 'Wind Of Change - Progressive Sounds Of 1973' is a lovingly compiled collection of music from this wonderful year in music, featuring big names as well as lesser-known acts who failed to make a wider impression but produced excellent music, from Badger and Beggars Opera to Hemlock, Jonesy, Tempest and more.