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Passport to Prog (#PassToProg) – 26th May 2021

“Prog was my first love, as an impressionable teenager, the sounds of progressive rock opened my ears to endless possibilities in music. It led me to appreciate musicianship that led me to jazz, it led me to appreciate grooves and melody and songwriting that led me to funk and soul, it literally opened my ears and it will always be a huge part of my music listening.

This is the first opportunity I have had to record a prog show. I am certain as the show progresses (sic) it will find an identity all of its own, as all my shows have. It takes time with any new show and this is a new vibe I’m bringing to the musical landscape.

My thanks go to the good Doctor, Brad Stone, and our fearless leader Brian Hurst for allowing me to indulge one of my previously hidden passions.” [Mike Chadwick]

Please feel free to get in touch with Mike with any comments or suggestions you might have; he’ll be more than happy to hear from you: mike@soulandjazz.com or follow him via Facebook , Twitter or Instagram.

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Passport to Prog
26th May 2021

Artist – Track – Album – Year

Lomea    Stitched With its Colour (Ambient Mix)    Download    2020
Steve Hackett    Spectral Mornings    Live at Hammersmith    2020
Plini    Perfume    Impulse Voices    2021
Big Big Train    Common Ground    Common Ground    2021
Izz    Late Night Salvation    My River Flows    2005
Fish    Walking on Eggshells    Weiltschmerz    2020
Frank Zappa    Cosmic Debris    The Crux of the Biscuit    1973
Jethro Tull    Coruisk    A La Mode: The 40th Anniversary Edition    2021
Socrates    Every Dream Comes to an End    Phos    1976
Scaphoid    Marauder    Absent Passages    2020
Moon Safari    Moonwalk    Blomljud    2012
Solstice    Long Gone    Sia    2021
Fragile    Time to Dream (Now We Are Sunlight)    Golden Fragments    2020
Camel    Ice    Live at the Royal Albert Hall    2019
Soft Machine    The Tale of Taliesin/Ban-Ban Caliban/Song of Aeolus    Softs    1976


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