Duncan Mackay-Chimera-70s keyboard prog rock-new CD

Duncan Mackay - Chimera

Duncan Mackay - Chimera Ex Cockney Rebel / 10cc keyboard wizard Duncan Mackay's classic 1974 debut album “Chimera’ is available for the first time. Re-mastered and approved by the artist with liner notes, rare photos and a bonus track, “Chimera” is essential for fans of keyboard driven prog rock in the vein of ELP and Rick Wakeman.

Duncan Mackay

Morpheus [11.14]
12 Tone Nostalgia [8.10]
Song For Witches [19.42]

Bonus track

The Opening [7.07]


It was the early 70's. Progressive rock in the form of Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Genesis, King Crimson, Yes and countless others, was on the rise in those dim and distant lands. The closest we got to seeing our heroes was in the pages of Melody Maker or New Musical Express.Seeing the likes of Keith Emerson, Rick Wakeman, Vincent Crane, Brian Auger, Rod Argent, and Jon Lord in action was merely a pipedream for us, here in isolated South Africa. For those of us into the more progressive side of music, these were gods, the untouchables, almost forbidden fruit, if you will, never to be seen in the flesh. We were condemned to drown in a sea of musical mediocrity, forever to believe that the likes of "Tie A Yellow Ribbon" and "Mammy Blue" were the be-all and end-all of the music scene in
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