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"E" Bands

Namesort icon Founded Country
Earth and Fire 1968 Dutch group featuring the vocals of Jerney Kaagman. Netherlands
Egg 1969 United Kingdom
Electric Banana, The 1967 By any other name, The Pretty Things. The Electric Banana was their alias when working on library music for Music De Wolfe. United Kingdom
Electrophon 1973 Named after Brian Hodgson's electronic music studio of the same name (in London's Covent Garden), Electrophon also featured Australian Dudley Simpson. United Kingdom
Eloy 1969 Germany
Embryo 1969 Led by drummer Christian Burchard, Embryo was part of the fertile fusion of new music coming from Munich in the late 60s. The band's roots were in jazz, first supporting Mal Waldron, while the 70s saw Charlie Mariano... Germany
Emerson, Keith 1944 Undoubtedly the premier "prog rock" musician, Emerson's keyboard-playing set the mark for everyone to follow. His first band The Nice were one of the first prog bands. United Kingdom
Emerson, Lake & Palmer 1970 Not a law firm, but Prog's first supergroup. United Kingdom
Emerson, Lake & Powell 1985 In 1985, Emerson & Lake teamed up for an ELP reunion. Palmer was unavailable due to commitments to Asia, so they searched for any available drummer whose last name began with the letter "p". Short-listed was former... United Kingdom
Enid, The 1975 United Kingdom
Eroc 1951 aka Joachim Ehrig. Drummer of Grobschnitt and much later, remaster engineer for many Repertoire and SPV reissues. Germany
Explorers, The 1984 Ex-Roxy Music Andy Mackay and Phil Manzanera teamed up with vocalist James Wraith for some typical mid-80s music, ever so slightly in the "New Romatic" order. Latter albums were released under the "Manzanera-Mackay"... United Kingdom