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Progressive Palaver

Progressive Palaver

This is a podcast by a group of lifelong friends and appreciators of music discussing the greatest progressive rock bands, album by album.

PublishesTwice weeklyEpisodes278Founded7 years ago
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Episode 151 – Styx & Kansas Part 4, 1977 – The Grand Illusion and Point of Know Return The year of 1977 is a huge one in the Styx / Kansas timeline. Point of Know Return is the album that sent Kansas into the stratosphere. With the title track and th... more

16 days ago

SCS33 – King’s X in Houston, May 2023 Joe gets a chance to share his experience seeing King’s X for a second time as they toured to promote Three Sides of One. This show was in Houston in the spring of 2023. From the venue and the opening acts, it wa... more

20 days ago

Special Episode – Interview with Brian Heaton and Brian Naron on Roads to Madness Progressive Palaver are thrilled to welcome back authors Brian Heaton and Brian Naron to discuss their new book Roads to Madness: The Touring History of Queensrÿche (19... more

a month ago

Episode 150 – Styx & Kansas Part 3, 1976 – Crystal Ball and Leftoverture In this episode, the group covers 1976 in the combo Styx / Kansas timeline. Crystal Ball sees the introduction of Tommy Shaw to the Styx lineup. Some of the results are immediat... more

a month ago


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4.7 out of 5 stars from 53 ratings
  • Excellent discussion, debate and deep-dives!

    I really enjoy this podcast - the tone is positive and relaxed, and the team makes lots of interesting observations. Keep it coming!

    Apple Podcasts
    Finland3 years ago
  • A Must for Anyone that Loves Progressive Music

    Awesome podcast, love the hosts and their interactions. They have introduced me to new music and artists while they've discussed artists album by album. Although I must say Yes is the #1 progressive rock band!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • I hear good insights...but also the sounds of snacking

    I offer this as constructive criticism to an otherwise enjoyable podcast because I think there are some stimulating conversations by the hosts who are passionate about the music. I enjoy them. That is, when they’re not also accompanied by what sounds like crunching of snacks, crinkling of bags and clicking of computer keyboards. Also, there is sometimes a huge difference in sound levels from one host to the next. One will be a normal volume, another barely audible. I don’t mean to be snarky or a... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • Great podcasts!!

    I’ve been a Prog fan since the late 1970’s, and have only just discovered your pods.I enjoy your mix of bands and the podcasts are always passionate, informative, and entertaining. I am now working my way backwards through them all. Thank you.

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    Hartley Hare 121
    United Kingdom4 years ago
  • Passionate Rock Talk that need just a bit of progress in the production

    A group of late 40's\early 50's, longtime friends discussing different progressive rock bands. I can never seem to get enough the this "rock talk" format in podcastings. I grew up on a lot of the bands they discuss (Rush, King's X, Iron Maiden..), and live in the same area as them (have been at some of same shows and places) so it is fun to hear other's perspective. (Was kinda refreshing that they actually don't seem to like one of the icons of progrock... Rush!). more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 years ago

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