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This week on Prog-Watch our reviewer extraordinaire Dr. Rob Fisher returns with a new Progressive Discoveries feature on the fabulous debut album ‘The Science of Goodbye’ by the UK project Three Colours Dark! For my part, I’ll be spinning great stuff from Gandalf’s Fist, YYNOT, Briand Boursin Rohr, Neptune, Wytch Hazel, Kevin Godley, Caravaggio, Sudler’s Row, and The Wood Demons! I hope you will join us!

742: Variety + Three Colours Dark on Progressive Discoveries

 

This week on Prog-Watch I’m taking a look at the rich and diverse Musical World of Rick Wakeman! Of course we’ll hear music from his time with The Strawbs, Yes, and Anderson Bruford, Wakeman & Howe, and from his most recent foray into the world of Yes music with Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin! I’ll also be exploring some of his collaborations with son Adam and Mr. Anderson, and some of his early session work for David Bowie and Cat Stevens! Great Rick Wakeman music will abound!

741: The Musical World of Rick Wakeman

 

This week’s Prog-Watch is a variety program with a Guest DJ Feature! I’ll be spinning music from Kansas, O.A.K. (Oscillazioni Alchemico Kreative), Dyble-Longdon, The Hawkwind Light Orchestra, The Broken Bridges, and Tony Lowe’s ESP Project, and mixing in selections from our Guest DJ, Mr. Keith McCarthy of Newnham, England! Keith has selected some fabulous stuff from Fleetwood Mac, John Martyn, Anathema, Druid, and Camel! I hope you will come along for the ride!

 

740: Variety with a Guest DJ Feature

 

Come and do a little Moonlighting with Prog-Watch this week, where every song will have the word “Moon” in the title! With music from a wide assortment of artists, including Genesis, City Boy, Tom Slatter, Sky Cries Mary, Conspiracy, Thin Lizzy, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Flame Dream, Lana Lane, The Electric Light Orchestra, White Willow, The Nice, The Alan Parson Project, Seven Steps To The Green Door, Marco Ragni, and The Who!

739: Moonlighting

 

This week on Prog-Watch I’m shaking the Family Tree of the mighty Marillion! I’ll be exploring some of the solo works and side projects of Fish, Steve Hogarth, Steve Rothery, Mark Kelly, Pete Trewavas, Ian Mosley, and Mick Pointer! Come along for a fun and interesting ride!

737: Shaking the Family Tree of Marillion

 

This week on Prog-Watch Dr. Rob Fisher returns with a new Progressive Discoveries feature on the latest album ‘Song For The Homeless, Live in Russelheim, 2019’ by the fabelhaft German band Subsignal! In addition, I’ve got great stuff from Kevin Godley, Glass Hammer, Wytch Hazel, YYNOT, Circuline, O.A.K., Turdetans, and IQ! I hope you will join us!

736: Variety + Subsignal on Progressive Discoveries

 

This week’s Prog-Watch is another edition of EPIX! Just six tunes will carry us through our time together and I’ll play one from each decade of our favorite genre (with a bonus from the 1970s)! Tune in to hear great music from Dire Straits, Southern Empire, Rush, Rocket Scientists, Marillion, and Camel!

734: Epix, Vol. 7

 

This week’s Prog-Watch is a variety program with a Guest DJ Feature! I’ll be spinning music from The Tangent, Bob Beland, Tiger Moth Tales, IQ, Rick Wakeman, and Atlas Cube, and mixing in selections from our Guest DJ, Mr. Charles Anderson of York, England! Charles has selected some great stuff from England (the band), Epidaurus, Emerson Lake and Palmer, The Enid, and Mostly Autumn!

733: Variety with a Guest DJ Feature

 

Next week on Prog-Watch my guest is the legendary Steve Howe! Tune in to hear a little chat and lots of great music from his illustrious career…starting with Yes and Asia and moving through his solo career, up to the present and the release of his wonderful new album ‘Love Is’!

Starts Sunday (9 August) on Progzilla Radio!

Rob Fisher and I have a great program lined up for you this week on Prog-Watch! I’ll be spinning music from The Tangent, Man-Akin, I Am The Manic Whale, Morse, Portnoy and George, Starmen, Failover, Joost Maglev, Tiger Moth Tales, and Three Colours Dark! Plus, Rob will be taking us on a voyage of Progressive Discovery with the fabulous new album, Once Around the Sun, by the Scottish band Long Earth!

 

731: Variety + Long Earth on Progressive Discoveries