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Episode 109 – Peter Gabriel Part 4, Peter Gabriel 3 (Melt) Pt 2On this episode the group finishes out our conversation on Peter Gabriel 3. The impact of this record can be illustrated by the breadth of topics covered; moving from the onset of phone sex in the US in the 1980s to the policy of apartheid in South Africa. One is left with the thought t…
 
Episode 108 – Peter Gabriel Part 3, Peter Gabriel 3 (Melt) Pt 1Yes, you are correct. This is the album on which the soon-to-be ubiquitous gated snare sound was created. We, of course, spend ample time discussing this development lol. There is so much to talk about for this pivotal album including the producer, the players, the songs, the lack of cy…
 
Episode 107 – Peter Gabriel Part 2, Peter Gabriel 2 (Scratch)The group continues with the Peter Gabriel solo catalog with Scratch. This is an album that sees Peter start to focus his approach as a solo artist. More of what will become his genius is apparent although the overall production can sometimes mar the beauty.Twitter: @progpalaFacebook: www…
 
Special Episode – Interview with Dave Kerzner of Arc of Life, March 2021Friend of the Palaver Dave Kerzner is back for another breakneck discussion about… well… everything. New band Arc of Life? Got it. Economics of the modern music industry? Check. Discussion of Dave’s current analog studio gear fascination? Covered. Teasers for Dave’s potential f…
 
Episode 106 – Peter Gabriel Part 1, Peter Gabriel 1 (Car)The group begins our next large segment which will feature the solo catalogs of both Peter Gabriel and Fish. This episode covers Gabriel’s debut solo album which finds the singer exploring new ideas and looking what will define him as a solo artist. There are some gems, some holdovers from hi…
 
Special Episode – Interview with Robert Berry, Feb 2021We were very pleased to speak at length with Robert Berry regarding the latest stellar release from 3.2, Third Impression. From the inspiration for the songs to the method Robert used for creating this epic album, almost no topics are left uncovered. Robert was very kind to open up to us about …
 
Bonus Episode – Genesis By the NumbersHave you ever wondered which percentage of Genesis songs end in a fade? Or have you ever asked how many “pop” songs did Genesis actually record? Well certain members of the Palaver did ask those questions and more. With more time than sense, we attempt to bring data analytics to progressive rock. Genesis by the…
 
Star Wars Palaver – The Mandalorian, Season 2SPOILER ALERT – The episode will spoil Season 2 of The Mandalorian. If you do not want to be spoiled, watch the full season before listeningThe group continues our conversation about The Mandalorian covering season 2. Easter eggs and character development abound. There is a Festivus-style airing of griev…
 
Star Wars Palaver – The Mandalorian, Season 1SPOILER ALERT – The episode will spoil Season 1 of The Mandalorian. If you do not want to be spoiled, watch the full season before listeningThe group finally get the chance to talk about the first eight chapters in The Mandalorian saga. Ken binge watched to bring his thoughts to the table. We have a grea…
 
Episode 105 – Marillion Part 14, B’Sides Themselves (Again)The group completes our revisit of Fish-era Marillion with this collection of singles. Spanning the full time that Fish was the singer with the band, this album presents and interesting look at the development of the band. The general feeling is that this studio version of Grendel doesn’t c…
 
Bonus Episode – Marillion Lessons Learned with Dan ShermanIt seems safe to say that no one else in North America has had the experiences with Marillion that friend of the Palaver Dan Sherman has. Getting in at the ground floor in 1983 and developing a lifelong connection and love for the band, Dan’s story is captivating and we barely scratch the su…
 
Episode 104 – Marillion Part 13, Clutching at Straws (Again)There are some mixed opinions on this installment of the FishMar revisit. The group seems to agree to on the musicality of this release but the impact of the lyrical subject matter seems to generate varied responses. As always, these differences lead to some compelling conversations as the…
 
Episode 103 – Marillion Part 12, Misplaced Childhood (Again)Lore and controversy abound in this revisit of this iconic Marillion album. As the group continues to revisit the Fish-era Marillion albums we spend some quality time getting deep into the weeds about this album. What does Misplaced Childhood have in common with Tori Amos? Why does Tom hat…
 
Bonus Episode – 2020 Year End Review and 2021 ObjectivesThe group takes some time to review our progress against our 2020 objectives. Obviously we, as with the rest of the world, were impacted by the global pandemic but overall we did well. Our accomplishment highlights include the live events with Total Mass Retain and the 100th episode and our im…
 
Episode 102 – Marillion Part 11, Fugazi (Again)The Emperor’s New Groove – A few sidetracks can be expected as the group dives back into the second Marillion album. There is much to discover here as the band begins to refine their sound and skills and Fish’s lyrics continue to impress. A fun journey that we hope you all enjoy.Twitter: @progpalaEmail…
 
Episode 101 – Marillion Part 10, Script for a Jester’s Tear (Again)The group returns to where we started. We go back to the beginning and start a redo of the Fish-era Marillion albums in current Palaver style. Using our current format we are able (and willing) to delve deeper into the context, lore and import of these songs than we did first time a…
 
Episode 100 – Progressive Palaver ExtravaganzaProg, Not Prog - The group celebrates our 100th episode with our most indulgent palaver yet. The full palaver group each put forth an album that while spectacular would be unlikely to appear in a regular episode. The bands represented in this way are Judas Priest, Jeff Buckley, Catherine Wheel, Devin To…
 
Bonus Episode – Palaver Holiday Music 2020The group takes some time out of busy end-of-year schedules to share some thoughts about holiday music. Our picks run the gamut from Jon Anderson to Rob Halford and December People to Narada. There is something for everyone in this lighthearted chat about music that so many of us take for granted. Of course…
 
Bonus Episode – Pink Floyd Lessons Learned with Mark Anthony KFriend of the Palaver Mark Anthony K is back again to discuss his thoughts on Pink Floyd. As always, this conversation covers the full spectrum regarding this band and Mark provides his usual, transparent thoughts on the music, musicians, artwork and associated drama of Pink Floyd. Enjoy…
 
Special Episode – Interview with Jay Davidson of Brit FloydIn this special episode, Tom, Joe and Ken get the chance to speak with son of Philadelphia, Jay Davidson. Jay’s experience runs the full spectrum from prog to blues to funk to metal. From performing with Brit Floyd to Steve Winwood to Cinderella. Jay has stories to tell. In between all the …
 
Bonus Episode – Pink Floyd Lessons Learned with Dave KerznerFriend of the Palaver Dave Kerzner returns to the Palaver to provide us his thoughts on Pink Floyd with the expected side trips to various points of interest. Dave has the perspective of not only being a fan of the band but also having worked professionally with Nick Mason and Alan Parsons…
 
Bonus Episode – Projekt Gemineye, Interview with Mark Anthony K on In the Year 3073 Book IIWe are happy to welcome back Mark Anthony K on the eve of the presale period for the new Projekt Gemineye release In the Year 3073 Book II. The conversation is lively covering all the geeky details of the production, the story arc and the stellar list of gues…
 
Bonus Episode – Pink Floyd Lessons Learned with Ken FullerFriend of the Palaver Ken Fuller joins us to provide his overall perspective on Pink Floyd; a perspective that covers virtually the entire span of the band. Ken is able to speak to watching the band grow and develop, purchasing the albums on release days and his extensive Pink Floyd concert …
 
Episode 99 – Pink Floyd Part 21, The Wall, The Motion PictureThe group completes our exhaustive(?) segment on Pink Floy by consider the motion picture version of The Wall. This version of The Wall provides yet another perspective on Roger Waters’ grand work. Powerful images combined with the (mostly) well-known music are able to forcibly convey the…
 
Episode 98 – Pink Floyd Part 20, The Wall, The Live ShowsSeeking to expand our segment on Pink Floyd a bit, the group considers the live performances of The Wall including the 1980 tour, the 1990 performance in Berlin and the 2010 Roger Waters production. Each of these productions has its own character and charm. We consider the various interpretat…
 
Align the Stars is a limited-edition podcast supporting the release of the Paul Zotter EP Songs Without a Chorus. Songs Without a Chorus showcases Paul’s songwriting and collaboration in a turn toward more expansive horizon. Using the unique situation presented by the 2020 pandemic Paul was able to leverage songs written over a 25-year period with …
 
Align the Stars is a limited-edition podcast supporting the release of the Paul Zotter EP Songs Without a Chorus. Songs Without a Chorus showcases Paul’s songwriting and collaboration in a turn toward more expansive horizon. Using the unique situation presented by the 2020 pandemic Paul was able to leverage songs written over a 25-year period with …
 
Align the Stars is a limited-edition podcast supporting the release of the Paul Zotter EP Songs Without a Chorus. Songs Without a Chorus showcases Paul’s songwriting and collaboration in a turn toward more expansive horizon. Using the unique situation presented by the 2020 pandemic Paul was able to leverage songs written over a 25-year period with …
 
Align the Stars is a limited-edition podcast supporting the release of the Paul Zotter EP Songs Without a Chorus. Songs Without a Chorus showcases Paul’s songwriting and collaboration in a turn toward more expansive horizon. Using the unique situation presented by the 2020 pandemic Paul was able to leverage songs written over a 25-year period with …
 
Episode 97 – Pink Floyd Part 19, The Endless RiverIs The Endless River a critical completion of the Pink Floyd tale, a heartless and ill-considered money grab, a self-indulgent exercise in noodling or a heart-warming ode to a lost bandmate? Some could argue that it is all of these. The Palaver attempts to consider this most confounding album from a…
 
Bonus Episode – Palaver Mailbag, Late Delivery Part 4, September 2020Paul and Joe dive into the Palaver mailbag amid the global pandemic to check on correspondence from the end of 2019. Listener input spans from the end of the Genesis segment to the most recent Pink Floyd episodes. As always, we enjoy and benefit from the comments and emails. Pleas…
 
Episode 96 – Pink Floyd Part 18, The Division BellThe Palaver always surprises me. I thought this episode on The Division Bell would be a slam dunk of David Gilmour love. Not so fast friends. This album was not praised by acclimation and some interesting discussions occur around songs, topics and content. Still a lively and engaging discussion of t…
 
Episode 95 – Pink Floyd Part 17, A Momentary Lapse of ReasonThe Palaver turns a corner in the Pink Floyd catalog with A Momentary Lapse of Reason. With David Gilmour assuming control of the brand, the return of Richard Wright and, with the help of Bob Ezrin, embracing the technology of the 1980’s AMLOR represents a return to the form to the earlier…
 
Bonus Episode – Top Ten Marillion AlbumsComing off the wonderful high that was the Marillion Couch Convention the Palaver decided it would be fun to rank the top ten albums from one of our favorite bands. What should have been a fun exercise turned into a hot topic amongst Palaver members as our lists were revealed to each other. Discussions in our…
 
Episode 94 – Pink Floyd Part 16, The Final CutIn this episode we tackle a most difficult album. The Final Cut suffers from a lack of group input yet is extremely poignant, eloquent and beautiful. Roger Waters was able to take leftovers from The Wall and craft it into a commentary on the state of things in the 1980’s. The Final Cut features very cle…
 
Special Episode – Interview with Bill Swezey of EchoesIn this special episode, Ken and Joe have the distinct pleasure of speaking with Bill Swezey of Echoes “The American Pink Floyd”. We cover a wide variety of topics ranging from Bill’s general thoughts on the music of Pink Floyd to how the band prepares for new material. Life of a band in the pan…
 
Episode 93 – Pink Floyd Part 15, The Wall Pt 3The Palaver finishes our in-depth look at Pink Floyd’s The Wall with this final installment. Focusing on sides 3 and 4 of the album the group discusses the musical, lyrical and visual symbolism used by the band. This part of the album is characterized by alternating theatrics and hard-hitting rock numbe…
 
Episode 92 – Pink Floyd Part 14, The Wall Pt 2In the second installment in our series on The Wall studio album, we consider sides 1 & 2. Much praise is given to the creative vision that created this concept as well as the way the music was constructed and recorded. Ken provides an active lesson in beauty of the guitar work in one of the best known …
 
Episode 91 – Pink Floyd Part 13, The Wall Pt 1Progressive Palaver finally reaches another prog rock milestone album with The Wall. This album, and it’s three singles, figure prominently in the collective coming of age of this group of friends. We grew up listening to this on the radio. For an album so pivotal, of course there is MUCH to say. So, th…
 
Bonus Episode – Top Ten Yes Songs PlusRanking the top ten Yes songs. A fool’s errand? Very likely so but we here at the Palaver are never put off by a challenge. So we each put together our list of the top ten Yes songs and, just for fun, we also noted our least favorite song. Controversy will likely ensure so we welcome you to share your list with…
 
Episode 90 – Pink Floyd Part 12, Animals Pt 2The group finishes up our consideration of Pink Floyd Animals. Ken is able to provide some breakdown of the songwriting deliciousness involved in the second side and the group delves into the meaning and intent of the piece as a whole.Twitter: @progpalaEmail: progpala@gmail.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/…
 
Episode 89 – Pink Floyd Part 11, Animals Pt 1The group surprised ourselves by having so much to say about this album that we only got through the first side! There is a lot of lore to consider with Animals, from the advent of Britannia Row Studios to the growing influence and vision of Roger Waters. As usual, we cover a wide range of topics by delv…
 
Special Episode – Black Lives Matter with Durga McBroom and Andre CholmondeleyKen and Joe host prog rock stalwarts Durga McBroom and Andre Cholmondeley (pronounced “Chumley”) for a discussion of the Black Lives Matter movement. This interview is undeniably different from other Palaver interviews as energy levels surge right out of the gate and curr…
 
Episode 88 – Pink Floyd Part 10, Wish You Were HereThis episode brings us to Wish You Were Here, perhaps the greatest Pink Floyd collaborative experience. This is an album that we have all enjoyed throughout our lives. Both a celebration of lost friends and a dismissal of the music industry, Wish You Were Here showcases a band that achieved all the…
 
Special Episode – Interview with Bill Hubauer of We Came From SpaceIn this episode the group meets Bill Hubauer and discuss his new release with We Came From Space, touring with the Neal Morse Band while holding down a day job and a variety of other topics spanning from science fiction TV series to western PA cuisine. Twitter: @progpalaEmail: progp…
 
Special Episode – Interview with Joe Bailey and Mark Anthony K of The Dark MonarchyIn this episode the group catches up with Mark Anthony K and Joe Bailey as they fill us in their exciting new project The Dark Monarchy. The conversation covers the gambit from the origins of Joe and Mark’s collaboration to the creative process in this new group to t…
 
Episode 87 – Pink Floyd Part 9, The Dark Side of the Moon Pt 2The group finishes out our extensive look into The Dark Side of the Moon, side 2. With a little extra lore from the bonus time we tackle the breathtaking genius of the rest of this album. There is no shortage of topics from the production on Money to the recycling of musical ideas from p…
 
Episode 86 – Pink Floyd Part 8, The Dark Side of the Moon Pt 1What can one say about one of the greatest, best-selling records of all time? Well we here at the Palaver are never at a loss for words. In part 1 of a two-part set on The Dark Side of the Moon the group discusses the background and recording process and make it all the way through side …
 
Bonus Episode – 1980 Desert Island Palaver PredicamentIt’s late in the year 1980 and you find yourself stranded on a desert island with four stellar progressive rock albums and a VERY large supply of Spam. The four albums are Yes – Drama, Rush – Permanent Waves, Peter Gabriel 3 (Melt) and Genesis – Duke. Can you survive under these conditions? Does…
 
Episode 85 – Pink Floyd Part 7, Obscured by CloudsHave you been listening Progressive Palaver’s segment on Pink Floyd and asked yourself “but when are they going to talk about the connections to Deep Purple, Free and Kiss”? If you have, this is your episode. As the group explores this second collaboration between Pink Floyd and Barbet Schroeder, we…
 
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