Prog Rock Deep Cuts

Hello everyone …

I’ve begun broadcasting a weekly progressive rock radio show called “Prog Rock Deep Cuts”. Specializing in rare cuts by classic and modern bands, Prog Rock Deep Cuts promises to match the obscure with the new and fresh. Intelligent, emotional, and visceral classic to modern progressive rock broadcasted live every Thursday from 7-10 pm EST on progrock.com.

Next week, the featured album will be Half Past Four’s “Good Things” and for the second hour of the show, we will be joined by the members of HP4 in the chat room (http://www.progrock.com/chat.htm). In addition to this, there will also be a birthday salute to Ian Anderson, some selections from the new MoonJune Sampler, and other surprises!

Stream live here: http://www.loudcity.com/stations/progrock-com

Chat link: http://www.progrock.com/chat.htm
Join the Yahoo group here: http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/progrockdeepcuts/
Listen to last week’s show here: http://archive.org/details/Episode3_20130809

Setlists (So Far):

PROG ROCK DEEP CUTS WITH IAN BEABOUT SHOW #1

1. Tempest of Mutiny – Phideaux

2. The Watchmaker (Live) – Steven Wilson

3. As the World – echolyn

4. Jack in the Green – Jethro Tull

5. Hunting Girl – Jethro Tull

6. Seven Cities of Gold – Rush

7. Knock Knock Hornet’s Nest – Necromonkey

8. Debra Kadabra – Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart

9. Peaches en Regalia – Frank Zappa

10. Son of Mr. Green Genes – Frank Zappa

11. Little Umbrellas – Frank Zappa

12. Island – Gosta Berlings Saga

13. Anomia – Panzerpappa

14. Proclamation – Gentle Giant

15. Recycle / Cybernetic Consumption / Recycle Countdown – Nektar

16. These Yellow Sands – Diagonal

17. Salmon Song – Steve Hillage

18. Elephant Talk (Live) – King Crimson

19. Tremors from the Future – Guapo

PROG ROCK DEEP CUTS WITH IAN BEABOUT SHOW #2

1. A Tap Dancer’s Dilemma – Diablo Swing Orchestra

2. Adrift and Dumbfounded – Ian Anderson

3. The Holy Drinker – Steven Wilson

4. Louisville Stomp – The Aristocrats

5. Past Gravity (Live at Catapult Sound) – echolyn

6. Dormouse (A Theme) – Phideaux

7. Waiting for the Axe to Fall – Phideaux

8. Red Rain (Live) – Peter Gabriel

9. Freak Parade – Todd Rundgren’s Utopia

10. In the Wake of Poseidon (Including Libra’s Theme) – King Crimson

11. Music Man – Pinnacle

12. Limelight – Rush

13. Leave that Thing Alone – Rush

14. Nothing is Easy – John Wetton

15. The Three Legged Dog Takes a Train – Churn Milk Joan

16. Kung Bore – Anglagard

PROG ROCK DEEP CUTS WITH IAN BEABOUT SHOW #3

1. Fem Trappor – Gosta Berlings Saga

From the featured album: Culture Clash by The Aristocrats

2. Dance of The Aristocrats

3. Culture Clash

4. Ohhhh Noooo

5. Gaping Head Wound

6. Desert Tornado

7. Good Things – Half Past Four

8. Unknown – Levin, Minnemann, and Rudess

9. Uncle Remus – George Duke

10. Inca Roads – Frank Zappa

11. Born to Synthesize / The Death of Rock ‘n Roll – Todd Rundgren

12. The Modern Alchemist – Blodwyn Pig

13. The Sad Skinhead – Faust

14. Excerpts from Octopus (Live) – Gentle Giant

15. 21st Century Schizoid Man (Live at the Marquee Club, 1971) – King Crimson

16. My God (Early Version) – Jethro Tull

17. Out of the Coma – Comus

18. Snardom – Anglagard

19. Ella Guru – Captain Beeheart and the Magic Band

20. In a Foreign Way – Knifeworld

21. The Pilman Radiant – Guapo

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About zombywoof92

Flute player, record collector, self-proclaimed prog rock enthusiast.
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3 Responses to Prog Rock Deep Cuts

  1. Dean Madonia says:

    Cool blog. I would love to send you a copy of my new prog/concept CD based on Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein”

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