Tom Woods Show- Ep. 958 The Show That Never Ends: The Rise and Fall of Progressive Rock

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David Weigel, national political correspondent for the Washington Post, released a book this year on the history of progressive rock — which is a glorious and wonderful excuse for a podcast-length discussion of the subject. What’s great about this kind of music, what happened to it, the best places to start, and a lot more.

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The Show That Never Ends: The Rise and Fall of Prog Rock

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Dave’s Recommended Starter Music
King Crimson, In the Court of the Crimson King
Rush, Moving Pictures
Genesis, Selling England by the Pound
Yes, Close to the Edge
Soft Machine, Third

Tom’s Recommended Starter Music
Big Big Train, English Electric (Full Power) — extremely strong except for track #1
Yes, Going for the One (bypass the title song if it doesn’t float your boat)
Jethro Tull, A Passion Play (takes numerous listens, but what a masterpiece)
Steven Wilson, Hand. Cannot. Erase. (First Regret/Three Years Older and Happy Returns are devastating; takes many listens but it will hit you)
Jethro Tull, Minstrel in the Gallery (Baker St. Muse is the key song here)

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BONUS Ep. 958 The Show That Never Ends: The Rise and Fall of Progressive Rock | Tom Woods

David Weigel, national political correspondent for the Washington Post, released a book this year on the history of progressive rock — which is a glorious and

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