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  1. Ben

    Hi, maybe to get the site going why don’t you (the progarchists) make short lists of your favourite prog albums. It would help us viewers get a better sense of what you are all into and help form a basis of the ‘great albums’ for newcomers to prog.
    Just a thought…I hope it becomes popular for you!


      1. Mouth of the Architect, Sleepwalk Powder, is the best song every made in this genre (imo). The spiritual depth of it is astounding. Other good bands to look into: Neurosis, Russian Circles, Yob, Isis, Mono, Pelican, Tides, Giant, Braveyoung.


  2. Ryality

    Hey Brad,

    Just heard you on The Tom Woods show. I’m 33 and my uncle got me into Rush and Dream Theater when I was 16. I’m also a huge Tool fan. I would love to find a prog group with a singer that sang in a different style than the operatic LaBrie style. Know of anything?


  3. Brad, I listened to the Tom Woods Show and was pleased that you mentioned Glass Hammer, Big, Big Train and Tangent. Have you had the chance to take in Moon Safari? Musically, I think they’re one of the better bands to have come out this millennium.


  4. Joe Shea

    My son emailed me a link to your interview with Tom Woods and I had to check out your site. Also listening to Toms show now. Been listening to prog for ages-started with Yes and Rush in the 70’s and rediscovering the genre now. Thanks for the site and looking forward to discovering more bands.


  5. Paul

    Re Journey to the Centre of the Earth

    I’ve just read the review of the Newcastle gig. Did we go to different shows?

    Journey is one of my favourite albums, and I fondly remember the tour in the 70s, but last night’s concert in Plymouth was a shambles.

    The sound balance was a mess: the narration was drowned out by the band, and half the time the choir was inaudible because of the same reason. The sound balance was all over the place, and we were in the middle of the auditorium. The singer from Strictly has a pretty lousy voice. I know she’s Rick’s friend but there has to be another reason to pick someone to sing with you. And Ashley; his voice was totally wrong for the part. Once again a mate of his, and so that’s why he picked him, but a bad choice.

    Honestly, I’ve been to a great many of Rick’s concerts as well as dozens of Yes concerts around the world, but last night’s performance was sloppy and under-rehearsed. It just seems as if he does’t really care any more.

    Totally disappointed.


  6. Seems we did go to different shows. You went to Plymouth and I went to Newcastle. The City Hall acoustics are pretty good and I thought the sound was well mixed. I have seen gigs in the large arena we have up here where the sound bounces all over the place and sounds horrible.

    I thought the singer from strictly was OK and her voice suited the parts she had to sing.

    Ashley Holt was the original singer on the original album so I don’t understand why you thought his voice was wrong for the part. They are his parts and always have been. If Gary Pickford Hopkins had still been alive then I assume he would have taken his original parts too.

    I think the audience appreciated seeing many of the original line up from the 1974 shows.

    I am really sorry you didn’t enjoy it.


  7. Hi Brad-! Could you please forward this to Connor Mullin… Hi Connor- My name is Dennis Lee Askew and you reviewed my 1st Universe album in your series 7 of prog bands nobody has ever heard of… It was such a great review; I have a new compilation album out and I added your review to my new site

    Please let me know what you think Space-Rocker. Thanks again Connor-!!!


    1. Rich Bleicher

      Hey Brad-

      I wanted to comment on your review of the new Neal Morse Band album. It was a nice review but I wanted to point out that it was very clear in reading it that you had no idea “MacArthur Park” is a cover song, originally recorded by Donna Summer in the 1970s. I just thought I’d let you know, for your own knowledge.



  8. Hi, Just found your blog. I wanted to thank Collin Mullen for his kind review of our Caverns of Your Brain LP. I’m always fascinated by how many places I stumble on a comment or you tube link to the LP. In September of 2014 I was contacted by Marco Bernard from The Samurai of Prog a Finnish band with quite an impressive list of CD’s and fans. Marco asked if there was any additional LIFT music that was not recorded or released. I told him I had composed LIFT’s 20 minute “album side long epic” entitled “Inception” in the months following the “Caverns LP” recording in 1974. The song was only performed five or six times and one time had been recorded by a dedicated fan. The audio was horrible, however it was listenable. Long story short, The Samurai of Prog have recorded “Inception” in state of the art digital studios with a great compliment of guest musicians as well. I was fortunate to play a solo or two and contribute to the Mellotron sound of the piece. The Samurai are scheduled to release a double CD this Summer entitled, “Lost and Found”. Also included will be a track from Tom Doncourt of Cathedral and a 50 minute epic from Quill, complete with symphony
    orchestra. Definitely worth keeping an eye open for. Obviously I am delighted that after 41 years, ‘Inception” will be heard and hopefully make a substantial contribution to the LIFT catalogue.

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  9. Hi, I am hoping to contact Mr. Craig Breaden. I emailed him before regarding the documentary “It was twenty years ago today’ he might be able to send me a copy of his DVD. I emailed him at Duke University but I don’t want to do that anymore. Would you please let him know I’m trying to contact him or forward this message to him? Thank you, David Merluzzi, Syracuse, New York, 13212


  10. John Cammack

    I was just wondering: what happened to Dr. Birzer? I have not seen anything by him on this site for quite some time.

    Also, why does Progarchy lean so much toward the metal side of music these days? I do not even like metal. But I do love prog.


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