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This is the Progressive Rock Appreciation Society Podcast. Thanks for listening!

The Progressive Rock Appreciation Society Podcast Maggie Gibbs

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This is the Progressive Rock Appreciation Society Podcast. Thanks for listening!

    Episode 13: Wonderful Weirdos Part 2: Peter Gabriel

    Episode 13: Wonderful Weirdos Part 2: Peter Gabriel

    Part 2 of our Weird and Wonderful series: Peter Gabriel. Also: How to become a member of the Progressive Rock Appreciation Society!

    • 25 min
    Episode 17: Instruments, Arrangements, and Home Studios

    Episode 17: Instruments, Arrangements, and Home Studios

    In episode 17 of the Progressive Rock Appreciation Society podcast, Ben and Britt (and Frankie!) Peterson talk weird instruments, home recording, and wonky arrangements. Also, I won a thing.

    • 46 min
    Episode 16: PG-13 (Peter Gabriel Tribute Band)

    Episode 16: PG-13 (Peter Gabriel Tribute Band)

    Last month, ahead of their show playing So in its entirety, I spoke to PG-13, the Peter Gabriel tribute band from the Twin Cities. I'm so excited to share this interview with you!

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 15: Todd Rundgren and Coheed and Cambria

    Episode 15: Todd Rundgren and Coheed and Cambria

    They may not have a lot in common, but Todd Rundgren and Coheed and Cambria are two of my favorite bands---and I got to see both of them in June!

    • 31 min
    Episode 14: A Beginner’s Guide to Kansas Albums

    Episode 14: A Beginner’s Guide to Kansas Albums

    In today's episode, "A Beginner's Guide to Kansas Albums," Lisa walks us through her top favorite albums by the classic progressive rock band.

    • 20 min
    Episode 12: Wonderful Weirdos Part 1: Kate Bush, Adrian Belew

    Episode 12: Wonderful Weirdos Part 1: Kate Bush, Adrian Belew

    Show Notes for Episode 12







    Hello there! These are the show notes for Episode 12: “Wonderful Weirdos Part 1: Kate Bush and Adrian Belew” of the Progressive Rock Appreciation Society Podcast. Holy crap, we made it!







    (Transcriptions of this episode coming soon.)















    Links from the Podcast







    Here are a few links to some of the things I mention in today’s episode. Thanks for listening!







    Kate Bush







    In this episode, I appreciate the heck out of Kate Bush. If you want to learn more, here are a few things to check out:







    * That BBC documentary I was super into: The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill, 2014* Never For Ever (1978) (or check out the super epic and kind of proggy track “Breathing”)* Hounds of Love (1985) (or buy the remastered version on vinyl—well worth it!)* The music video for Babooshka—I didn’t mention it in the podcast, but it is phenomenal.







    This record is way too good. None of us deserve it. (Listen to it anyway.)







    Adrian Belew







    Also had a great time talking to Rich about Adrian Belew! Here are some links to some of the different things we mentioned.







    * King Crimson, Beat (1982) (or, seriously, buy it on vinyl—try Discogs)* Twang Bar King (1983)* Adrian Belew’s amazing bass player Julie Slick* Adrian Belew 2019 tour (go see it!)* Check out Rich’s blog, Createdigger’s Corner, at musicallyrich.tumblr.com. He’s a super insightful dude who you need to have on your radar no matter what genre you’re into, because he’s into everything.* The Record Collector’s Journal—for the serious collector. (Spoiler alert: this is a book I made!)















    Record Tote Bags Now Available!







    So, here’s news: I’m so very excited to announce these Progressive Rock Appreciation Society record tote bags—with the logo for the first time ever in print!







    I’m working with a local printer to produce these super high-quality canvas vinyl totes. They’re four inches wide, and they can comfortably fit 20+ records. (I know, I checked.) And if you order them before April 15, I’ll throw in a free gift with every order!







    These record tote bags are absolutely gorgeous. I’m so extremely proud of them, and I hope you love them half as much as I do. (Thanks, Emily, for the kick in the pants!)







    Progressive Rock Appreciation Society record tote bags available now at progmaggie.bigcartel.com!







    To order your own Progressive Rock Appreciation Society record tote,

    • 43 min

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