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This week’s Prog-Watch is all about lions and tigers and bears! Oh my! Join me for a bevy of beastly tunes from David Bowie, Steve Howe, Stick Men, Adrian Belew, Steve Hackett, Zebra, Roy Wood, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Purson, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Steve Thorne, Stone Temple Pilots, Transport Aerian, Golden Earring, Paul Draper, Kate Bush, Dhani Harrison, and Asia! All in 90 minutes! Oh my, indeed!






This week on Prog-Watch I’m digging through the vaults and doing an entire show of Prog Rock classic tracks! I’ll be spinning tunes from Steve Hackett, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, Spring, Abel Ganz, Badfinger, Marillion, Rick Wakeman, The Alan Parsons Project, Fantasy, 10CC, Kestrel, Ryo Okumoto, and It Bites!

847: Classix, Vol. 3


THE KRAZZLOFT VINYL SHOW #174 (“ProgTracks Takeover”)

It’s the ProgTracks Takeover of the KLVS.
Remember the chaos of how your kid’s school would do a 4-hour takeover of McDonald’s to raise money? Yeah, it’s kinda like that kind of chaos without any funds (visibly) changing hands.
No Krazz… No Loft… No Vinyl… just lots and lots of music you haven’t heard (at least in a while).


  • GAMMA – “Solar Heat/Ready For Action” from GAMMA 1 (1979)
  • David Baerwald – “The Waiter” from Triage (1994)
  • Robert Randolph & The Family Band – “Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That” from Colorblind (2006)
  • Ben Harper & Relentless 7 – “Boot Like These “from White Lies for Hard Times (2009)


  • Magic Beans – “From Here On Out” from Casino Cabaret (2018)
  • Our Lady Peace – “Clumsy” from Clumsy (1997)
  • Cake – “The Distance” from Fashion Nugget (1996)
  • Eve 6 – “How Much Longer from Eve 6 (1997)

————–DJ’s DJ SET——————————

  • Fatboy Slim – “Right Here, Right Now” from You’ve Come A Long Way Baby (1998)
  • Beck – “Hotwax” from Odelay (1996)
  • sElf – “Borateen” from Subliminal Plastic Motives (1995)
  • Moby – “Bring Back My Happiness” from Everything is Wrong (1995)

————–MY CHOICE SET————————

  • Lindsey Buckingham – “Into/This Is The Time” from Out Of The Cradle (1992)
  • Paul Simon – “You Can Call Me Al” from Graceland (1986)
  • Big Head Todd & The Monsters – “Circle” from Sister Sweetly (1993)
  • R.E.M. – “Radio Song” from Out Of Time (1991)

————–SHAUN RYDER SET——————–

  • Happy Mondays – “Loose Fit” from Pills, Thrills & Bellyaches (1990)
  • Black Grape – “Shake Well Before Opening” from It’s Great When You’re Straight, Yeah (1995)
  • Gorillaz – “Dare” from Demon Days (2005)


  • John Abercrombie, Jan Hammer, Jack DeJohnette – “Red And Orange” from Timeless (1975)
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra – “Birds Of Fire” from Birds Of Fire (1973)
  • D.F.A. – “Flying Trip” from 4th (2008)

—————SLIDE INTO A SIDE——————-

…Earth To The Dandy Warhols…” by The Dandy Warhols (Beat The World Records – 2008)

  • The Dandy Warhols – “And Then I Dreamt Of Yes” from …Earth To The Dandy Warhols… (2008)
  • The Dandy Warhols – “Talk Radio” from …Earth To The Dandy Warhols… (2008)
  • The Dandy Warhols – “Love Song” from …Earth To The Dandy Warhols… (2008)
  • The Dandy Warhols – “Now You Love Me” from …Earth To The Dandy Warhols… (2008)


  • Tower Of Power – “You Got To Funkafize” from Bump City (1972)
  • Parliament – “Up On The Downstroke” from Up On The Downstroke (1974)
  • Ohio Players – “Love Rollercoaster” from Honey (1975)
  • Infectious Grooves – “Violent And Funky” from Groove Family Cyco (1994)

—————ALTERNATIVE SET———————-

  • Filter – “Hey Man, Nice Shot” from Short Bus (1995)
  • Bush – “Everything Zen” from Sixteen Stone (1994)
  • Tripping Daisy – “Prick” from I Am An Elastic Firecracker (1995)
  • Toadies – “I Come From The Water” from Rubberneck (1994)


  • 1.  Missing Persons – “Mental Hopscotch” from Missing Persons (1980)
  • 2.  Men Without Hats – “Safety Dance” from Rhythm Of Youth (1982)
  • 3.  Roxy Music – “ReMake/ReModel” from Roxy Music (1972)
  • 4.  Journey – “Of A Lifetime” from Journey (1975)
  • 5.  Phil Collins – “In The Air Tonight” from Face Value (1981)
  • 6.  Kajagoogoo – “Too Shy” from White Feathers (1983)

—————A BOLD A.M. RADIO SET————–

  • EBN OZN – “AEIOU Sometimes Y” from Feeling Cavalier (1984)
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience – “If 6 Was 9” (1967)

—————CHILL-DOWN SET——————–

  • Kansas – “Down The Road” from Song For America (1975)
  • The Cruel Sea – “A Simple Goodbye” from Where There’s Smoke (2001)
  • Steve Hackett – “How Can I?” from Please Don’t Touch! (1978)
  • Joe Satriani – “Saying Goodbye” from Time Machine (1993)

This week on Prog-Watch it’s another ALL NEW variety program full of fabulous, contemporary progressive rock! I’ve got great new stuff from The Cyberiam, Styx, Big Hogg, Steve Hackett, Kayak, Mariusz Duda, The Yuval Ron Trio, Nad Sylvan, Daidrum, Lord Helmet, and Elypsia!

832: ALL NEW Variety


Go stargazing with Prog-Watch this week, with our theme of stars and constellations! Tune in to hear lots of stellar sounds from The Alan Parsons Project, Jethro Tull, King’s X, Robert Fripp, IQ, Redshift, Mike Oldfield, FM, Steve Hackett, Pallas, Guy Manning, Hawkwind, Billy Sherwood, Enya, and Jon Anderson!

819: Stargazing


This week’s Prog-Watch is another straight-up variety program, with lots of diverse, contemporary progressive rock for your listening enjoyment! Tune in to hear great stuff from Steven Wilson, Failover, Simon McKechnie, Lunatic Soul, Steve Hackett, Transatlantic, Mushroom, The Bedlam Furnaces, SomeWhereOut, Bridgend, The Prog Collective, and Null Terminator!

809: Variety



This week on Prog-Watch it’s another variety program full of ALL NEW material! I’ve got fantastic stuff from The Flower Kings, Pymlico, Wobbler, Taskaha, Isobar, Jakko M. Jakszyk, Sanguine Hum, Tony Lowe’s ESP Project, Cirkus, Watertank, and Steve Hackett! I hope you will join me!

744: ALL NEW Variety


This week on Prog-Watch I’m taking a look at the rich and diverse Musical World of Phil Collins! We’ll hear music from Genesis, Brand X, and his solo career, and some of the noteworthy and interesting guest appearances Phil made on records by other artists including some of his Genesis bandmates, Frida, Robert Plant, Howard Jones, and more! Great drumming and singing will abound!

721: The Musical World of Phil Collins


This week on Prog-Watch my special guest is Nick Magnus! Nick is perhaps best known as a long-time collaborator and bandmate of Steve Hackett, but has an interesting history and six solo albums to his name! Nick and I chat about everything from his early days with the Enid and Autumn, through the “Hackett Years”, and up to the present, with the release of his latest solo album Catharsis! Along the way I will of course be spinning lots of great Magnus music!

717: In Conversation with Nick Magnus