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We’ve curated a playlist of some of the best prog music for our Prog Rock playlist. Check it out and let us know what we should add over the coming weeks.

6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Karen Gillard

    August 13, 2014 at 8:15 am

    Hi, would you be interested in new Australian music?

    Watchmoore is an (unsigned) progressive rock band from Sydney. Andrew (21, vocals, guitar) his brother Joe (19, drums, vocals), Priyan (24, bass) They have been together about 18 months, and have recently finished recording their first EP. They are currently writing a bunch of songs toward their first album – hopefully to be recorded by the end of the year.
    You can download their music in any format from bandcamp

  2. Gil

    November 21, 2014 at 2:17 pm

    I assume you’re compiling a list of songs for a CD release (box set). When will it be available and will it be announced on Facebook?

  3. Bill Sinkking

    February 27, 2016 at 2:13 am

    I would add other prog classics, such as: “Bless Your Lucky Stars” (Wigwam), “Strange About Your Hands” (Sensations’ Fix), “Master Builder” (Gong), “Ammerland” (Fuhrs & Frohling), Appena Un Po” (PFM), “Aspirations” (Gentle Giant), “Surrounded By The Stars” (Amon Duul II), “Non Mi Rompete” (Banco), “What Are Ya Doin’ To Me?” (Greenslade), “Waiting A Long Time” (Axis), “And You And I” (Yes), “Echoes” (Camel), “Living Sin” (ELP), “Colossus” (Wigwam), “Gangsters” (Greenslade), “Viva Pompeii” (Triumvirat), “Watcher Of The Skies” (Genesis), “Midnight Madness” (England), “Give ‘Em Some Rawhide Chewies” (Yezda Urfa), “Red” (King Crimson), “Nevermore” (UK), etc. I could go on forever and these are off the top of my head as quick suggestions. I realize everyone’s tastes vary and these are just a few of my personal faves, besides what you’ve already listed.

  4. Graham Harfleet

    October 29, 2016 at 12:55 am

    Awaken by Yes

    Song of Scheherazade by Renaissance

    March to the Eternal City by Triumvirat

  5. cristina romano

    January 28, 2017 at 12:04 am

    I want to ask next week (or other week) some songs from Gentle Giant, Jethro Tull, Focus, Rush.. From Brazil: Terço, Ronnie Von, Módulo 1000, Som Imaginário, Mutantes, Casa das Máquinas, Arnaldo Batista.

  6. J

    August 18, 2017 at 1:17 pm

    One track per group would allow more variety. Would be nice to see Gilgamesh and National Health and more from Europe like Banco, PFM, Balletto di Bronzo etc

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