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Variety is on tap for this week’s Prog-Watch! We’ll hear new music from Katre, The Franky Valentyn Project, Steven Wilson, Galahad, Marillion, and Kim Seviour, along with great stuff from Trey Gunn, Jeff Berlin, and the Stick Men! I’ll also send out a couple of listener dedications by Gravy Train and Genesis, and Dr. Rob Fisher will be taking us on another voyage of Progressive Discovery, with the Spanish project Kant Freud Kafka!

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On this week’s program, my guest is Joe Cairney, singer for not just one, but TWO great Scottish bands, Comedy Of Errors and Grand Tour! Joe will be filling us in on some of the interesting history of these two bands, and as usual, along the way I will play a whole lot of great music!

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For this week’s program I’ve put together another eclectic variety show, with music spanning five decades! We’ll hear from Peter Gabriel, Amplifier, Lana Lane, Marillion, Karibow, Squackett, Discipline, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, and Roger Waters! Our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher will also be taking us on another voyage of Progressive Discovery, with the great new album by Damanek!

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For this edition of 101 Dimensions, I’ve assembled a diverse program of electronic, ambient, and new age music from a wide variety of international artists. Some of them you may know, some you may not…but I think you will enjoy them all! Here’s what’s on tap:

1. Röyksopp – Royksopp Forever (from the album Junior, 2009); Eple (from the album Melody A.M., 2001); The Girl And The Robot (from the album Junior, 2009); and Dead To The World (from the album The Understanding, 2005)

2. The Buggles – Living In The Age Of Plastic; Kid Dynamo; Clean Clean; and Elstree (The Age Of Plastic, 1979)

3. Jean-Michel Jarre – Chronologie Pt. 1 – 5 (from the album Chronologie, 1995)

4. Electric Asturias – Brilliant Streams (from the album Brilliant Streams, 1990)

5. Gandalf – Alhambra – Prelude; Under Southern Skies; Once In A Star-Brightened Night; Alhambra; and A Place In The Sun (from the album Sanctuary, 2009)

6. Klaus Schulze – Havlandet (from the album Historic Edition, 1995)

I hope you enjoy! Until next time, Prog On!

Tony

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On this week’s show my esteemed guest is Jordan Rudess, keyboard wizard for Dream Theater! We talk about his career and his company Wizdom Music, and along the way I play a lot of great Dream Theater music, as well as music from Jordan’s solo career and some of his side projects, Liquid Tension Experiment and the Rudess/Morgenstein Project!

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There’s been no shortage of great music released so far this year. So to keep you on top of all the great sounds out there, this week I am doing a 100% ALL NEW variety show! Every song will come from an album released in 2017. We’ll hear from Sky Architect, Big Big Train, Cosmograf, The Winter Tree, Steven Wilson, Anathema, The Samurai of Prog, Nad Sylvan, and Drifting Sun. Dr. Rob Fisher will also take us on another voyage of progressive discovery, with the latest album by Steve Hackett.

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The show features another great assortment of interesting head music spanning five decades! Here’s the playlist:
  1. Kitaro (with Jon Anderson) – Island Of Life (from the maxi-single Island Of Life, 1992)
  2. Hawkwind – Levitation; Motorway City; Psychosis; and World Of Tiers (from the album Levitation, 1980)
  3. Depeche Mode – In Chains; Hole To Feed; Wrong; and Fragile Tension (from the album Sounds Of The Universe, 2009)
  4. Patrick Moraz – Heroic Fantasy; and Satellite (from the album Future Memories I & II, 1985)
  5. Jean-Luc Ponty – Cosmic Messenger; I Only Feel Good With You; and Ethereal Mood (from the album Cosmic Messenger, 1978)
  6. Kitaro – Gentle Forest; The Stone And The Green World; and Sunlight Dancing (from the album Spiritual Garden, 2006)
  7. Echelon Effect – Goodbye Sierra; End Transmission; Signals; and Outbound (from the album Signals, 2017)

I hope you enjoy!

 Tony