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They specialised in music you couldn't dance to, but how prog were Pavlov's Dog?
Retrospective and Interview by Paul Lester, Prog, 17 July 2016
Some hailed them as America's first prog band, they played with members of King Crimson and influenced generations of prog bands... But just how prog ...
Pavlov's Dog: At The Sound Of The Bell (CBS 81163) ***½
Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, 17 April 1976
ON THE front cover is a recreation of a quite famous scene of the Lon Chaney Hunchback of Notre Dame swinging on the bells; the ...
Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 14 June 1975
UNLESS PAVLOV'S DOG prove to be a figment of Sandy Pearlman's crazed imagination, then their debut album must make them great white hopes for the ...
Pavlov's Dog: At The Sound Of The Bell
Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 17 April 1976
Condition your reflexes the Pavlov way! ...
Report and Interview by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 13 December 1975
WANT TO HEAR a shaggy dog story? O.K. Once upon a time there was a completely unknown band who were so exciting that ABC Records ...
see also Bill Bruford
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