The Prog Rock Palace

DJ Markuss & Curtis Carroll

In 1989, Marillion replaced Derek William Dick (aka Fish) with Steve Hogarth on vocals.  It represented the first major personnel change in the band since their first album Script For A Jester's Tear in 1983.  We'll hear the first track recorded with Steve's vocals.  An Echolyn offshoot band Always Almost will be featured, and a set of progressive jazz for you fusion lovers.  Two extended tracks will round out the show, with Trent Gardner's project Explorer's Club, and Nektar's monumental Remember The Future, with the entire second part.  Questions, comments, requests, just want to talk prog, please call me at: (530) 752-2777.  I can also be reached at:


Progressive rock and jazz

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Saturday 8/31/2013 @ 12:00PM - 2:00PM
Strawbs Martin Luther King's Dream Halcyon Days A&M 1997; England
Marillion The King Of Sunset Town Season's End Capitol/EMI 1989; England
Goblin Roller Roller King Record Company 1976; Italy
Kit Watkins Glass Of Time Early Solo Works 1980-1982 Linden Music 1991; Virginia
Pollen Tout'l Temps Pollen ProgQuebec 1976/2008; Canada
Factory Of Dreams Strange Sounds Some Kind Of Poetic Destruction Prog Rock Records 2013; Portugal
Always Almost Aspirations God Pounds His Nails Pleasant Green Records 1997; Georgia
Mars Hollow Voices World In Front Of Me 10T Records 2011; Los Angeles
Schicke, Fuhrs And Frohling Driftin' The Collected Works Of SFF (disc 1 of 2) Nordsee Records 1977/2003; Germany
Celeste Il Laghetto Del Cigno The Complete Recordings 1967-1977: St. Tropez, Icarus (disc 4 of 4) AMS Records 1992/2010; Italy
Tri-Offensive Fate Of The Azure Tri-Offensive King Record Company 2009; Japan
Mats-Morgan Ta Ned Trasan Mats-Morgan Live UAE 2001; Sweden
Explorer's Club Impact 1: Fate Speaks Age Of Impact Magna Carta 1998; New York
Nektar Remember The Future Part 2 Remember The Future Passport Records 1974; Germany