Top Gentle Giant Albums
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Three Piece Suite (Steven Wilson Mix)
Three Piece Suite (Steven Wilson Mix)
[2017]
Live At the Bicentennial 1776-1976
Live At the Bicentennial 1776-1976
[2014]
The Power and the Glory (Mixed by Steven Wilson)
The Power and the Glory (Mixed by Steven Wilson)
[2014]
The Power and the Glory (2012 Remaster)
The Power and the Glory (2012 Remaster)
[2012]
I Lost My Head: The Chrysalis Years 1975-1980
I Lost My Head: The Chrysalis Years 1975-1980
[2012]
Prologue
Prologue
[2012]
Live in Santa Monica 1975
Live in Santa Monica 1975
[2011]
Endless Life
Endless Life
[2011]
Playing the Fool - The Official Live
Playing the Fool - The Official Live
[2009]
Live In Stockholm '75
Live In Stockholm '75
[2009]
Playing In Cleveland
Playing In Cleveland
[2003]
In'terview In Concert
In'terview In Concert
[2002]
In Concert
In Concert
[1994]
Giant for a Day
Giant for a Day
[1978]
The Missing Piece
The Missing Piece
[1977]
The Missing Piece (2012 Remaster)
The Missing Piece (2012 Remaster)
[1977]
Playing the Fool (The Official Live)
Playing the Fool (The Official Live)
[1977]
Interview
Interview
[1976]
Free Hand
Free Hand
[1975]
The Power and the Glory
The Power and the Glory
[1974]
In a Glass House
In a Glass House
[1973]
In a Glass House (2012 Remaster)
In a Glass House (2012 Remaster)
[1973]
Octopus
Octopus
[1972]
Octopus (Steven Wilson Mix)
Octopus (Steven Wilson Mix)
[1972]
Three Friends (2011 Remaster)
Three Friends (2011 Remaster)
[1972]
Acquiring the Taste
Acquiring the Taste
[1971]
Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant
[1970]
Related Information for Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant were a British progressive rock band founded in London, United Kingdom active between 1970 and 1980. The band was known for the complexity and sophistication of its music and for the varied musical skills of its members. All of the band members, except the first two drummers, were multi-instrumentalists. Although not commercially successful, they did achieve a cult following.The band's onetime stated aim was to "expand the frontiers of contemporary popular music at the risk of becoming very unpopular," although this stance was to alter significantly with time. While never achieving the commercial heights of progressive rock contemporaries such as Jethro Tull, Genesis, Yes or Emerson, Lake & Palmer, ... read more