ProgWatch


This week’s Prog-Watch has a “dream theme”! Every song will be about dreams or dreaming, with marvelous, melodious music provided by The Moody Blues, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Gary Wright, The Flower Kings, Supertramp, The Electric Light Orchestra, Yes, Asia, John Lennon, The Zombies, O.R.k., Esquire, Jethro Tull, Downes Braide Association, Genesis, King Crimson, and The Allman Brothers Band!

831: Sweet Dreams

 

Lots of great sounds abound on this week’s Prog-Watch! Tune in to hear fabulous stuff from Bend The Future, Red Bazar, Nine Skies, Kamyki, Crack The Sky, Deep Clear Field, Magenta, Jordsjø, Lord Helmet, and Tom Newman!

830: Variety

 

This week’s Prog-Watch is a themed special called Home Sweet Home! With fabulous music by Peter Gabriel, Magenta, Blind Faith, Genesis, Jon & Vangelis, The Alan Parsons Project, Rod Argent & Colin Blunstone, Big Big Train, Boston, Paul & Linda McCartney, The Electric Light Orchestra, Jethro Tull, Kansas, Big Country, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, and Phil Collins!

828: Home Sweet Home

 

Be on the lookout for an awesome assemblage of astounding progressive rock music on this week’s Prog-Watch! We’ll hear from Frost*, Luca Zabbini, Gentle Giant, Bend The Future, Kayak, Barebone, 22 Layers, Franklin Mint, Paul Cusick, Jon Anderson, Ciccada, and Liquid Tension Experiment! As Yoda would say, “Miss it not!”

827: Variety

 

This week on Prog-Watch my special guest is Simon Collins, eldest son of Phil, singer and multi-instrumentalist, solo artist, and former member of Sound of Contact! Simon and I chat about his illustrious career, and along the way I will of course be spinning lots of great music!

824: In Conversation with Simon Collins, Pt. 1

 

More great, contemporary progressive sounds await on this week’s Prog-Watch! We’ll hear music from Frost*, Nad Sylvan, The Checking For Echo Project, and Sylvan! Plus, our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, returns to take us on a voyage of Progressive Discovery with the latest album by Raven Sad!

 

823: Variety + Raven Sad on Progressive Discoveries

 

This week on Prog-Watch it’s Part Two of my coverage of Oliver Wakeman! More chat with Oliver, and more great music from his time with Yes, his solo career, and his collaborations with Gordon Giltrap and Clive Nolan! From the latter: a nice helping of music from the new Nolan and Wakeman box set Tales By Gaslight!

822: In Conversation with Oliver Wakeman, Pt. 2