Well, it’s that time of year again…when Prog-Watch teams with The Progressive Aspect to bring you our end of year round-up of some of the best albums released in the Progressive genre this year! Seven of the fine reviewers from TPA provided short lists of their favorites, and brief reviews. Your humble host has also selected one of his own. With contributions from Mel Allen, Shawn Dudley, Rob Fisher, Magnus Moar, Jez Rowden, Roger Trenwith, and Leo Trimming, and music from Robert Berry’s 3.2, Dukes of the Orient, Gazpacho, North Atlantic Oscillation, Phideaux, Pymlico, Regal Worm, and Voivod!
This week on Prog-Watch it’s the long-awaited return of THE DOCTOR, Rob Fisher, with another great edition of Progressive Discoveries! This edition centers on the exciting new album by Sharon den Adel’s solo project My Indigo. Prepare for something a bit different! Also on this week’s program: a lot of great Progressive Rock (this ain’t Rap-Watch!) from Yuka & Chronoship, The Dame, Armonite, Emerson, Lake and Powell, Gazpacho, World Trade, The J Conspiracy, IO Earth, and BangTower!
If you missed this week’s Prog-Watch, you can listen HERE
This week’s program is something a little different than the usual…a show focused on epic tracks! Instead of placing undue emphasis on the classic era, however, we are attempting to cover the entire history of Progressive Rock more evenly. With music from Yes, Genesis (not what you expect), David Cross, Gazpacho, and Porcupine Tree! (Former Prog-Watch co-host Dave Luttig should like this one!)