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Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast
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August 17, 2019 09:39 AM PDT

The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast is back. In a packed program this time, the darkness is rising, we find the random in nature, some dolphins dance, and we hear a story about four heroes and a glass guitar. The Symphonic Zone takes us on a musical adventure. All that plus news of tours and releases.


1. Book of Hours - One More Red Nightmare, from King Crimson & Van der Graaf Generator According to Book of Hours

2. Matt Graboski - Rising Darkness, from Best of Baltimore's Buried Bands [compilation]

3. K. Leimer - The Random in Nature, from Closed System Potentials

4. Gateway - In the Moment, from In the Moment

5. Out of Focus - Huchen 55 Parts A-C, from Four Letter Monday Afternoon


6. Yes - Magnification, from Magnification

7. Yes - Spirit of Survival, from Magnification

8. Yes - Don't Go, from Magnification

9. Yes - Give Love Each Day, from Magnification

10. Franco Battiato - Ricercar sul Terzo, from Shadow, Light

11. Mike Oldfield - The Doge's Palace, from The Millennium Bell

12. Mike Oldfield - Lake Constance, from The Millennium Bell

13. Solstice - Circles, from Circles

14. Dragonfly - Shellycoat, from Dragonfly

15. Utopia - Singring and the Glass Guitar (An Electrified Fairytale), from Ra


16. echolyn - Best Regards, from As the World

17. Jon and Vangelis - Thunder, from Short Stories

18. Marillion - Lady Nina, from Brief Encounter

19. Tangerine Dream - Dolphin Dance, from Underwater Sunlight

20. Richard Pinhas - The Last Kings of Thule (Part 2), from Iceland

21. Siouxsie and the Banshees - Rhapsody, from Peepshow

22. Frank Zappa - Underground Freak-Out Music, from You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 5

23. Guru Guru - Bo Diddley, from Hinten

24. Island - Zero, from Pictures

25. Enchant - Living in a Movie, from Tug of War

August 03, 2019 09:55 AM PDT

The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast is on the web again. This is the prog rock radio show you wish were on XM radio. This time we have plenty of music from the past of progressive rock, some legendary, some mysterious, from many places in the world. We have new music on the show from Djam Karet and Lobate Scarp, so you will want to keep listening for that. Plus, we have news of tours and releases.


1. Bigelf - Salvation, from Closer to Doom

2. Centipede - Septober Energy Pt. 2, from Septober Energy

3. Steamhammer - Passing Through, from Mk II

4. Don McLean - American Pie, from American Pie

5. Djam Karet - West Coast, from A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof

6. David Gilmour - I Can't Breathe Anymore, from David Gilmour

7. Joni Mitchell - How Do You Stop, from Turbulent Indigo

8. Frank Zappa - Watermelon in Easter Hay, from Guitar

9. Epidermis - Ich Fühle Mich (Original Version), from Feel Me

10. Holding Pattern - Fishbulb, from Breaking the Silence


11. The Enid - The Song of Fand, from Live at Hammersmith

12. Arcansiel - Un Arc dans le Ciel, from Four Daisies

13. Quidam - Cheerful, from Angels' Dreams

14. Strawbs - Through Aphrodite's Eyes, from The Broken Hearted Bride

15. Aviary - Desert Songs / Pharaohs March, from Ambition

16. Yes - Perpetual Change, from Yessongs


17. Vanilla Fudge - My World Is Empty, from Mystery

18. Klaus Schulze - After Eleven, from The Dome Event

19. Van der Graaf Generator - Nutter Alert, from Present

20. Echosilence - Science Hole, from Eclectic Collaborations

21. Kenso - Sasurai no Atai (The Price of Wandering), from 76/77

22. Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes - Silen Voy Kathy, from No 2

23. Lobate Scarp - Nothing Wrong, from https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/lobatescarp/nothing-wrong

24. Cheer-Accident - Smile, from Introducing Lemon

25. Cheer-Accident - While, from Introducing Lemon

26. French TV - Ska Face, from This Is What We Do

27. Peter Panka's Jane - So So Long, from Live at Rockpalast: Bonn 2004

July 20, 2019 09:34 AM PDT

The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast is now online. This show is another varietal selection, a veritable supermarket of prog. There is much that is familiar and much that I am pretty sure you will be hearing for the first time. We have the Symphonic Zone feature in the middle of the show. In the category of Obscure Bands You Should Probably Know More About, we have a piece by Sproingg (thanks to Sproingg band member Erik Feder for alerting me to his band). We also have an In Memoriam segment for bass player David J. Keyes. Plus, we have news of tours and releases.


1. NeBeLNeST - BLaCKMaiL, from NoVa EXPReSS


2. Renaissance - Things I Don't Understand, from Tour 2011


3. Sproingg - Homunculus Funkulous, from Sproingg

4. Frank Zappa - G-Spot Tornado, from Jazz from Hell

5. Dashiell Hedayat - Long Song for Zelda, from Obsolete

6. Steve Hackett - The Hermit, from Voyage of the Acolyte

7. Steve Roach - Presence, from Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces

8. Steve Roach - Vortex Ring, from Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces

9. Alan Simon - Celtic Dream, from Excalibur: La Légende Des Celtes

10. Black Sabbath - You Won't Change Me, from Technical Ecstasy

11. Eric Tingstad, Nancy Rumbel, and David Lanz - Magnolia, from Woodlands

12. The Who - However Much I Booze, from The Who by Numbers


13. Distillierie di Malto - Lorca e Dalì, from Suono!

14. Witsend (Syzygy) - Voyager, from Cosmos and Chaos

15. Aquaplanage - Nature's Sunday, from Aquaplanage

16. Epidermis - The Non-Existent Surroundings of God, from Genius of Original Force

17. Argent - Lothlorien, from Ring of Hands

18. Spring - Gazing, from Spring

19. Hands - Antarctica, from Hands

20. Atoll - Tunnel (Parts 1 & 2), from Tertio

21. Classical Rock Orchestra - Nights in White Satin, from Classic Moody Blues Hits


22. Sally Oldfield - Sons of the Free, from Easy

23. Mannheim Steamroller - The 7 Chakras of the Body Chakra 6, from Fresh Aire 7

24. Mannheim Steamroller - The 7 Chakras of the Body Chakra 7, from Fresh Aire 7

25. Tangerine Dream - Sphinx Lightning, from Hyperborea

26. Reale Academia di Musica - Padre, from Reale Adacemia di Musica

27. Yezda Urfa - To-Ta in the Moya, from Sacred Baboon

28. Area - Cometa Rossa, from Are(A)zione

29. School of the Arts - Teaser, from School of the Arts

July 06, 2019 04:52 PM PDT

This show is a special edition of the Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast. The show this time is a family album. Each piece of music is played by family members – whether they be siblings, parents and children, or married couples, the family connection is there in each piece. Some of the most famous and influential groups in progressive rock have had these family connections. We decided to have a family get-together sing-song.


1. Christian Décamps et Fils - Une a Une, from Nu

2. Gentle Giant - Working All Day, from Three Friends

3. Jade Warrior - Holy Roller, from Eclipse

4. Clannad - Ní Lá Na Gaoithe Lá Na Scoilb?, from Fuaim


5. Virgil & Steve Howe - Dawn Mission, from Nexus

6. Jon Anderson (with Jane Luttenberger Anderson) - Heaven Knows (Treehugging), from EarthMotherEarth

7. Wakeman with Wakeman - Number 10, from No Expense Spared


8. Santana Brothers - Reflections, from Santana Brothers

9. Potemkine - Crepuscula, from Triton

10. Etna - Golden Idol, from Etna


11. Styx - Mother Dear, from Equinox

12. Hoelderlin - Circus, from Clowns & Clouds

13. Eternal Wanderers - Valley of Oblivion, from The Mystery of the Cosmic Sorrow

14. Moon Safari - Moonwalk, from [blomljud]

15. Moon Safari - Bluebells, from [blomljud]

16. IZZ - Take Me by the Hand, from Ampersand, Vol. 2

17. The Flower Kings - The Flower King, from The Road Back Home [retrospective]

18. The Flower Kings - Stardust We Are, from The Road Back Home [retrospective]


19. Saga - I'll Leave It in Your Hands, from The Security of Illusion

20. Tangerine Dream - Zhu Zhanji, from The Great Wall of China

21. Darling - Forever Again, from Darling

22. Exodus - Powstanie Supernowej, from The Singles Collection

23. Tomsix - Not Knowing You, from Soundbones

24. Dire Straits - Once Upon a Time in the West, from Communique

25. Flairck - Gevecht Met De Engel (Deel 1), from Gevecht Met De Engel

26. Emerald Web - Orbiting Holiday, from Manatee Dreams of Neptune

27. In the Nursery - Angelchrome, from Sense

28. Maneige - Les Porches de Nortre-Dame, from Les Porches Live

June 22, 2019 05:11 PM PDT

The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast returns with another 3 + hours of progressive rock and related music. Listening to this show gives you access to a wide variety of music from throughout the fifty-year history of progressive music. In the second hour, we have The Symphonic Zone for the grander pieces, including a piece of new music from IZZ. Plus we have news of tours and releases.


1. Ark - Kaleidoscope, from Wild Untamed Imaginings

2. Premiata Forneria Marconi - Chi Ha Paura della Notte, from Performance

3. Premiata Forneria Marconi - Violino Performance, from Performance

4. Jorge Reyes - Omeyocan, Lugar 2, from El Costumbre

5. Styx - Eddie, from Cornerstone

6. Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Countdown, from Nightingales & Bombers

7. String Driven Thing - Stand Back in Amazement, from Keep Yer 'and on It

8. Santana - Europa (Earth's Cry Heaven's Smile), from Moonflower

9. David Sylvian - Orpheus, from Secrets of the Beehive

10. Barre Phillips - Mountainscape II, from Mountainscapes

11. A Thousand Other Names - Sister Witness, from A Thousand Other Names


12. P.L.J. Band - Armageddon II, from Armageddon

13. Minor Giant - The Last Road, from On the Road

14. IZZ - Age of Stars, from Don't Panic

15. Eloy - Poseidon's Creation, from Ocean

16. Legend - Nightshade, from Light in Extension

17. Empire - Shooting Star, from Mark I

18. Steve Hackett - Concert for Munich, from Momentum

19. Camel - A Boy's Life, from A Nod and a Wink

20. Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe - Order of the Universe, from Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe

21. Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe - Let's Pretend, from Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe


22. Edgar Froese - Icarus, from Ages

23. The Moody Blues - Driftwood, from Octave

24. Kitaro - Lord of the Wind, from Tunhuang

25. Kitaro - Fata Morgana, from Tunnhuang

26. Kitaro - Sacred Journey I, from Tunhuang

27. Kitaro - Lord of the Sand, from Tunhuang

28. Kitaro - Tunhuang, from Tunhuang

29. Presto Ballet - One Tragedy at a Time, from The Lost Art of Time Travel

June 08, 2019 09:21 AM PDT

The Professor will be taking two weeks in Spain at the end of June. So, it seemed appropriate to open the show with Gentle Giant’s sprightly song Two Weeks In Spain, but also to have a whole show dedicated to Spanish progressive rock and to music inspired by Spanish music and culture. I think you will find a surprising variety of styles and sounds. Also, this gives me a great opportunity to practice my mangling the Spanish language. There are some great pieces in the Symphonic Zone. Plus, we have news of tours and releases.


1. Gentle Giant - Two Weeks in Spain, from The Missing Piece

2. Chick Corea - Spanish Fantasy Pts. I-IV, from My Spanish Heart

3. Brian Eno - Aragon, from Music for Films

4. The Doors - Spanish Caravan, from Waiting for the Sun

5. Al Di Meola - Race with Devil on Spanish Highway, from Tour de Force

6. Igor Khoroshev - Don Quixote, from Piano Works

7. Jeff Berlin - Hello Dali, from Taking Notes

8. Granada - Noches Oscuras, Ocas Contentas, from Valle del Pas

9. Juan P. Monreal - Water Alloy - Essay No. 1, from Audioscope: New Electronic Music from Madrid [compilation]

10. Onza - Tierra de Nadie, from Reino Rocoso


11. Miguel Ríos - Entre Arboles y Aviones, from La Huerta Atómica

12. Miguel Ríos - Una Casa en la Guerra, from La Huerta Atómica

13. Miguel Ríos - Buenos Dias, Superman, from La Huerta Atómica

14. Miguel Ríos - Yankee Jhonny, from La Huerta Atómica

15. Miguel Ríos - Bienvenida, Katherine, from La Huerta Atómica

16. Crack - Descenso en el Mahëllstrong, from Si Todo Hiciera Crack

17. Galadriel - Alveo (Bolero), from Chasing the Dragonfly

18. Gótic - La Revolucio, from Escenes

19. Altair - Tiempos Difíciles, from Fantasías y Danzas

20. Amarok - Hermits, from Sol de Medianoche


21. Neuronium - From Madrid to Heaven Pts. 1 & 2, from From Madrid to Heaven

22. Ibio - Cuevas de Altamira, from Cuevas de Altamira

23. Iceberg - Cançó Per Qualsevol Orquestra, from En Directe

24. Cheeto's Magazine - Naughty Boy, from Boiling Fowls

25. Amoeba Split - Perfumed Garden, from Dance of the Goodbyes

26. Planeta Imaginario - Introduction to Sidewalk Licker, from Optical Delusions

27. Planeta Imaginario - Sidewalk Licker, from Optical Delusions

28. Triana - Sombra y Luz, from Sombra y Luz

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