As a warm-up (or bone-chill) for Samhain or Halloween, this week’s Prog-Watch is all about nightmares and the macabre! With songs concerning things spooky or supernatural from Alice Cooper, Atomic Rooster, King Crimson, Uriah Heep, Kansas, Rush, Anthony Phillips, Spock’s Beard, Pink Floyd, Steven Wilson, and Jethro Tull! Join me…if you dare!
I hope you will join me on Prog-Watch this week when I will be exploring some of the vast Musical World of David Gilmour! We’ll hear great music from Pink Floyd and his solo career, of course, as well as a variety of stuff featuring Dave as producer and guest!
I’m doing another of my band family tree explorations on Prog-Watch this week and my subject is the classic UK band Pink Floyd! We’ll hear from the band proper, and all the major members, Syd Barrett, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, and Rick Wright! Join me to hear all the great stuff that I shake out of the Pink Floyd Family Tree!
This week’s Prog-Watch is all about humankind’s favored pets…cats and dogs! Tune in to hear lots of great progressive sounds from The Rocket Scientists, The Flower Kings, Rush, Porcupine Tree, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Mike Rutherford, Gentle Giant, The Alan Parsons Project, Stick Men, and more!
That ‘other’ entity at which I present over in the United Kingdom is celebrating 5 years on the Internet. So all the Progzilla Radio DJ’s have created shows featuring the songs that hooked them on progressive rock, as well as some favorites from the past 5 years. Even though I broke the rules… just a bit, this is mine.
Why celebrate Progzilla Radio’s 5th Birthday on KPTZ?
You might also ask: Why is a raven like a writing desk? I haven’t the slightest idea!
If you enjoy progressive electronic/ambient music, instrumental jazz, and even a little vintage electro-pop for good measure, check out this edition of 101 Dimensions! The program features an eclectic blend of stuff for your auditory enjoyment. Here’s the playlist:
1. Gary Numan – Cars; Airplane; Metal; and Complex (from the album The Pleasure Principle, 1979)
2. Kavus Torabi – Slow Movements (from the album Solar Divination, 2018)
3. Trinity Ward – Shadows Over Eden; Overflight; The Interloper; and Oblivion (from the album Soul Destroyer, 2013)
4. Jean-Luc Ponty – Infinite Pursuit; Radioactive Legacy; and Perpetual Rondo (from the album Fables, 1985)
5. Pink Floyd – Things Left Unsaid; It’s What We Do; Ebb And Flow; Sum; and Skins (from the album The Endless River, 2014)
6. Ian Boddy – Out There (from the album The Mechanics Of A Thought, 2007)
7. Isao Tomita – Lady Aoi and Lady Rokujo; and Spirit (from the album The Tale Of Genji, 1999)
I hope you will join me! Until next time…be good to each other, and Prog On, my brothers and sisters!
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