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Progressive Tracks Show #377 (You’re On Your Own)

Have you ever wanted to just do something yourself so it turns out the way YOU want it to?

Well, this week we’ll explore solo artists and their work, and marvel at what they’re creating… even in these weird times.

  • Tiger Moth Tales (Peter Jones) – “Lean into the Madness” from Still Alive on White Knight Records (2020)
  • JHIMM (Jason Himmelberger) – “l’appel du vide” from The Golden Age of Nothing on Independent (2017/2020)
  • The Central Heart (Alphonso Ramos) – “Closer to the Fire (Summer)” from Closer to the Fire on Independent (2020)
  • Phil Lively – “What’s Wrong With Me?” from The Fall on Independent (2020)
  • Scarlet INside (Kevin Kennie) – “BLue Street” from Blue Street – Single on Independent (2020)
  • Andrey Korolev – “Satori” from Satori – Single on Independent (2019)
  • Sula Bassana (Dave Schmidt) – “The Night” from The Night on Sulatron Records (2009)
  • Tiger Moth Tales (Peter Jones) – “Golden” from Still Alive on White Knight Records (2020)
  • The Echelon Effect (David Walters) – “Your Memory Feels Like Home To Me” on Your Memory Feels Like Home To Me – Single on Independent (2020)
  • Napier’s Bones (Gordon Midgely) – “The Best of Times?” from Five Years in the Wood on Independent (2019)
  • JHIMM (Jason Himmelberger) – “The Golden Age of Nothing” from The Golden Age of Nothing on Independent (2017/2020)

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If you missed this week’s Prog-Watch, you can still listen HERE

This week we have a feature on the Greek band Verbal Delirium, complete with an interview with Jargon and George of the band! We will, of course, also hear fantastic progressive music from all three of Verbal Delirium’s albums! As if that was not enough, you can also hear great new music from The Mute Gods, Knight Area, and Napier’s Bones!