Conflux Cornucopia Cerebellum Cocktail Hour Episode #042:  Prognosis: Prog Rock

Thursday, May 26, 11pm


the show starts with carry-over from Skeevy Side Show….Anarchy UK by the Sex Pistols. Even though Punk is about polar opposite of Progressive Rock, I love both genres….so it remains.

After carefully studying the symptoms, it seemed to me that a heavy dose of Prog Rock was needed.

Set List: Selections from classic and contemporary prog rock artists over the last 50 years.

1. Knife Edge by Emerson Lake and Palmer from self titled debut. (1970) 5:06
2. MIC BREAK: Star by Peter Gabriel from Peter Gabriel 3: Face Melt (1980) 1:21
3. Dancing with the Moonlit Knight by Genesis from Selling England by the Pound (1973) 8:04
4. Warrior by Wishbone Ash from Argus (1972) 5:52
5. Luminol by Steven Wilson from the Raven that Refused to Sing (and Other Stories) (2012) 12:10
6. Dark Side of the Moog by Colosseum II from Strange Flesh (1976) 6:23
7. MIC BREAK: Cancer/Moonspeak by Rivers of Nihil from Where Owls Know My Name (2018) 1:45
8. Throwing Mountains by Kansas from the Absence of Presence (2020) 6:21
9. Fallen Angel by King Crimson from Red (1974) 6:03
10. Alucard by Gentle Giant from self titled debut album (1970) 6:02
11. Green Waves by Beardfish from Mammoth (2010) 8:54
12. Skeletons at the Feast by Spock’s Beard from self titled album (2006) 6:34
13. MIC BREAK: Affinity.exe by Haken from Affinity (2016) 1:24
14. Nimrodel/The Procession/The White Rider by Camel from Mirage (1974) 9:18
15. The Devil’s Orchard by Opeth from Heritage (2011) 6:40
16. Muttersprache by Gordian Knot from Emergent (2003) 6:27
17. Cygnus X-1 by Rush from A Farewell to Kings (1977) 10:22
18. FAREWELL MIC BREAK: Wandering on the Milky Way by Jean-Luc Ponty from Imaginary Voyage (1976) 1:50
19. Starship Trooper: A. Life Seeker, B. Disillusion, C. Würm (Remix) by Yes from The Yes Album (The Steven Wilson Remixes) (1971/2018)
20. Worry Wort by Radiohead, B Side from Knives Out single. (2001) (Partial Song….aprox 1:00 transition into Puzzling Evidence.)

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