This week’s Prog-Watch is all about humankind’s favored pets…cats and dogs! Tune in to hear lots of great progressive sounds from The Rocket Scientists, The Flower Kings, Rush, Porcupine Tree, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Mike Rutherford, Gentle Giant, The Alan Parsons Project, Stick Men, and more!
803: Cats and Dogs
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 The Eloy, Porcupine Tree, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Pendragon, Agents Of Mercy, and Banco del Mutuo Soccorso!
719: Epix, Vol. 6
This week on Prog-Watch my special guest is Colin Edwin, who is perhaps best known as the bassist for Porcupine Tree and O.R.k.! Colin and I chat about his illustrious career, and along the way I’ll be spinning lots of great music from his time with Porcupine Tree, his current band O.R.k., his collaboration with Lorenzo Feliciati, and his solo career, including a couple from his brand new album Infinite Regress!
708: In Conversation with Colin Edwin of Porcupine Tree and O.R.k.
This week I have more awesome Prog Rock variety, with Guest DJ selections from a listener and friend of the show by the name of Simon Forrest of Hove, UK. We’ll hear music from George Arriola, Marillion, ELO, Cirkus, Anathema, Rush, Nomadic Horizon, Fish, Porcupine Tree, SubLunar, and Cairo!
633: Variety with Guest DJ Selections
This week on Prog-Watch I’ve got some great stuff from artists new to the show, some listener dedications, and a few classics! We’ll hear from Believe, Tusmørke, Michael Trew, Turning Virtue, Airbag, Tiger Moth Tales, King Crimson, Victim Of Illusion, Porcupine Tree, iNFiNiEN, Gentle Giant, The Flower Kings, & Whiteside’s Daughter!
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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!)