Pendragon

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This week on Prog-Watch it’s another of my themed specials, and the theme is family! Every song has to do with family and especially close family members (Mother, Father, Sister and Brother)! Music will be supplied by great classic and contemporary artists, including Jethro Tull, Genesis, Yes, Pendragon, Alan Parsons, Renaissance, Seven Steps To The Green Door, Queen, IO Earth, Traffic, The Nice, The Who, Dukes Of The Orient, and Peter Gabriel! Come along for a fun ride!

639: All in the Family

 

On this week’s Prog-Watch I’m finishing up my coverage of the prolific keyboard maestro, Mr. Clive Nolan! There will be chat about his more recent endeavors, and plenty of great music from his collaboration with Oliver Wakeman, his theater-oriented project Caamora, and, of course, Arena! (In fact, there will be quite a bit of Arena, including a generous helping from the new album Double Vision!)
If you missed Part 1 you can find it here: http://progwatch.com/522/

This week on Prog-Watch we’re celebrating 40 years of Pendragon with the second of two Nick Barrett interview programs! Nick and I had an epic chat and you can hear some more of that PLUS a whole lot of great Pendragon music in this week’s program!
If you missed the first show (or just want to refresh your memory so you can get the full-on Nick and Pendragon experience) you can find it here:

If you missed this week’s Prog-Watch, you can listen at Progwatch.com

On this week’s program my special guest is none other than Nick Barrett…founder, composer, guitarist and vocalist for the classic UK band Pendragon! The band is celebrating their 40th anniversary this year, so Nick and I had plenty to talk about! With such a vast back catalog of great music from which to choose, I also had no problem selecting great tunes to spin along the way!

511: In Conversation with Nick Barrett of Pendragon, Pt. 1

PW 407If you missed this week’s Prog-Watch, you can still listen HERE

This week’s show is a variety program with lots of great stuff from David Gilmour, Toto, Ultranova, Glass Hammer, Pendragon, Unifaun, Black Bonzo, Tim Bowness, Procul Harum, and Machines Dream! Plus a great edition of Progressive Discoveries with Dr. Rob Fisher and the German band Blind Ego!