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Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast
Prog Across the Ages!
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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.

Playlist

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

YES & FAMILY SPOTLIGHT

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

END SPOTLIGHT

8. Santana Brothers - Reflections, from Santana Brothers

9. Potemkine - Crepuscula, from Triton

10. Etna - Golden Idol, from Etna

THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

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]

LEAVING THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

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.

Playlist

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

THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

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

LEAVING THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

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.

Playlist

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

THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

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

LEAVING THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

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

May 25, 2019 12:35 PM PDT

The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast walks on the stream once more. This program will be a bit more heavily concentrated on music of the past than most previous Sound Chaser podcasts have been. That seems appropriate given that many of the famous prog pioneering bands are entering or surpassing their 50th anniversaries, that many of the musicians from this past are passing on, and that today’s prog owes large debt to those past bands. On this show we have some classics, some obscurities, and even a couple of fairly recent items. Plus, there's news of tours and releases.

Playlist

1. Return to Forever - The Shadow of Lo, from Where Have I Known You Before

IN MEMORIAM Andy Anderson, Paul Williams, and Mickey Trimble Taylor

2. Steve Hillage [Andy Anderson] - New Age Synthesis (Unzipping the Zype), from Herald

3. Steve Hillage [Andy Anderson] - Healing Feeling, from Herald

4. Allan Holdsworth [Paul Williams] - Road Games, from Road Games

5. Iluvatar [Mickey Trimble Taylor] - New Found Key, from Iluvatar

END IN MEMORIAM

6. Space Art - Folkstone Hovercraft, from Play Back

7. The Neutrons - Northern Midnight, from Tales from the Blue Cocoons

8. Vita Nova - Vita Nova Inventions, from Vita Nova

9. Vita Nova - Whirl Wind, from Vita Nova

10. Vita Nova - Istanbul, from Vita Nova

11. Strawbs - Fingertips, from Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios

12. Pat Metheny - Country Poem, from New Chautauqua

13. Jack DeJohnette - One on One, from Earth Walk

THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

14. Fields - Not So Good, from Fields

15. SBB - Walkin' Round the Stormy Bay, from W Philharmonii: Akt 1

16. White Willow - A Scarred View, from Future Hopes

17. Tempus Fugit - Princessa Vanessa, from Tales from a Forgotten World

18. Anabis - Theatre part b: Theatre, from Theatre

19. Asia Minor - Mahzun Gözler, from Crossing the Line

20. Magus - 108 Steps to Babaji, from Traveller

21. Craft - Aries, from Craft

22. Rewiring Genesis - Cuckoo Cocoon, from A Tribute to The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway

23. Rewiring Genesis - In the Cage, from A Tribute to The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway

LEAVING THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

24. Vangelis - Main Titles, from Blade Runner

25. Vangelis - Blush Response, from Blade Runner

26. Vangelis - Wait for Me, from Blade Runner

27. Vangelis - Rachel's Song, from Blade Runner

28. Vangelis - Love Theme, from Blade Runner

29. Suzanne Ciani - Terra Mesa, from Pianissimo II

30. Patrick Mimran - April First, from Roma: The City of Dreams and Nightmares

31. Pink Floyd - Echoes, from Meddle

May 11, 2019 08:50 AM PDT

Sound Chaser returns with the second of the YouTube covers shows. This episode is the second in the two-part series dedicated to YouTube posted covers of progressive rock classics. Many of these are highly faithful to the original recordings. Many others are clever rearrangements. When I was searching for covers of prog tunes, much of what I found was, of course, covers of what Edward Macan called The Big Six in his book on progressive rock, Rocking the Classics. These are Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, Genesis, Yes, King Crimson, and ELP. We will one cover version of a tune by each of those acts. However, I was surprised by the range of other acts that received the YouTube cover treatment. In the last show, we heard covers of tunes from seemingly unlikely sources, and that continues on this show too. Get ready for some new takes on old classics.

Playlist

1. Amarokard - To France (Mike Oldfield), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NlLq-RhMrE

2. Rachel Flowers - Tarkus (ELP), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bg47eIXwk8&t=32s

3. Trio - 21st Century Schizoid Man (King Crimson), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LeRpkJgYJ4

4. Phil Allwood & Carl Henfrey - Bedside Manners Are Extra (Greenslade), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppDt42ztymI

5. B.I.R.D. - Duty (Frumpy), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiRwe-NR3pw

6. Mikko & Jukka Kilpinen - YYZ (Rush), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeDR4dFf5oU

7. Schizoid Men - R.I.P. (Banco del Mutuo Soccorso), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcskYrrAY7E

9. Frédéric Peynet - Alpha (Vangelis), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeMRRu3NeCA

10. Erasmo Camelio - Amico di Ieri (Le Orme), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IABdfgtwCGQ

11. John Crumley - Entangled (Genesis), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGjpv5dw9n8&t=2s

THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

12. The Band Geeks - Close to the Edge (Yes), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG-x1VbHRFg

13. beatiloogie3 - Lamplight Symphony (Kansas), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9jYIKATeJU

14. Checking for Echo - The Enemy Smacks (IQ), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_V0hrgODPB0

15. Carlo Ribaux - Thick as a Brick (Jethro Tull), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V46DQzKzh7Y&t=5s

LEAVING THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

16. Friday Night Lullaby - Stargazer (Rainbow), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpyN093EX0Y

17. Q - Egocentric Molecules (Jean-Luc Ponty), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3TPTBueKl4

18. big Band GveriLLaz - Sofa / RDNZL (Frank Zappa), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQjl3g9aJE4

19. Martin Miller - The Ultimate Pink Floyd Medley, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ev3ZkXxf4QQ&t=2s

April 27, 2019 10:20 AM PDT

The Sound Chaser Progressive Rock Podcast is on the web. This week is the first of two special shows dedicated to covers of progressive music posted exclusively on YouTube, or on YouTube and other noncommercial venues. Originally made for people to post their own content, YouTube provides many opportunities for amateur and semi-professional musicians, and even a few professional ones, to perform, record, and post videos of music. Many of these videos are performances of music by famous artists. And, yes, many of the videos are very amateurish. Yet, there have been some very good versions of famous and even not so famous progressive rock tunes. This makes YouTube another outlet for progressive music, and one we should not ignore if we are to explore the entirety of what progressive rock is. All of the versions you hear on this show are not available on cds or commercial media other than YouTube, as far as I can tell through my researches, except for one tune that I missed in my first research. Of course, the music you hear is extracted from the videos. The playlist for this show will contain the links to the videos, so you can see the full production for yourselves. Enjoy, as we take an impressionistic walk down the path of nostalgia.

Playlist

1. panurge987 - Service with a Smile (Happy the Man), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YzDygBIors&list=PL18EDD304250B47C6&index=5

2. Jad & Den Quintet - Trilogy (ELP), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNxoIDPoURY

3. Fredonia Guitar Quartet - On Reflection (Gentle Giant), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WunArPVIV0

4. Paul & Marcie Forrest - Sossity (Jethro Tull), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBIFS_B4UGo

5. Ludovic Foustoul - Oxygene 2 (Jean-Michel Jarre), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCnUZvuvFiA

6. mik300z - Cloudburst Flight (Tangerine Dream), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7bkr3Tq4kU

7. Victoria Yeh - Cosmic Messenger (Jean-Luc Ponty), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lci6M8CFho4

8. Mission Possible Band - Wind Him Up (Saga), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q6J9XwtRSw

9. Matthew McGuyer - The Logical Song (Supertramp), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgtOuzd1M8s

10. theicon - Let It Go Minor Key Prog Metal Arrangement (Idina Menzel), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tidOSuNxm8I

THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

11. Trinity Orchestra - Time/Breathe Reprise (Pink Floyd), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnB4spzCVEc

12. The Cheez - Catherine of Aragon (Rick Wakeman), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxCSfK-e_FA

13. Prog Roast - Whirlwind (Transatlantic), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEQ_XI_jS2c

14. Prog-Rock Tribute Bulgaria - South Side of the Sky (Yes), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hz0t0--VMxk

15. Band X - Snow Goose Suite (Camel), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPJmsjovO1w

16. An International Collaboration - Hamburger Concerto (Focus), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yLU4-1AYPw

LEAVING THE SYMPHONIC ZONE

17. Flora - Firth of Fifth (Genesis), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3-BevscSSM

18. David Tipton - Moonchild (King Crimson), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0dBqCbSIIw

19. Interiors - Heart of Glass (Popol Vuh), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcB62ku9SK4

20. Panos Geo & Friends - The Sound of Muzak (Porcupine Tree), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjN7DRrStHg

21. The Modern Day Warriors - Distant Early Warning (Rush), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=529QkuLEqOA

22. Brady Arnold - Nightmare (Anthony Phillips), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lJbRZND5e8

23. Ripple Effect - Boat on the River (Styx), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5W9zI9ukbQ

24. La Stanza - Impressioni di Settembre (PFM), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3_qMAeAP1g

25. Martin Schnella, Melanie Mau, & Leo Margarit - Point of Know Return (Kansas), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CPMm6gz9Wc

26. Plotzka und die Verstärker - Elfenbein (Kraan), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mH-_0_ZwQvA

27. Itai Zichri - Oily Way (Gong), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDOeEs45Up0

28. Strange Changes - Village of the Sun / Echidna's Arf (Of You) / Don't You Ever Wash That Thing? (Frank Zappa), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XqR9Q8EmaI

29. Raul Rojas - Cosmos Theme from Heaven and Hell (Vangelis), from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0itjFhE1k6I

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