Here’s a list of the 25 most visited pages on my blog, my little corner of the web, in the past 30 days. From the looks of it, older bands attract a lot of attention still, given the high Track-of-the-day scores for e.g. Genesis and Jefferson Airplane. I’m glad to see though that newer efforts, like Oceans5, Tiger Moth Tales and Edison’s Children have high scores as well. Let’s see in a month what things look like then – and I’m pretty sure some other things on this little site of mine have changed as well then. 🙂
Prog Rabbit courtesy of Sonia Mota
NOTE: This article is outdated – see here for the final program of NoTP.
Tonight I bought my 3 day ticket for Night of the Prog festival at Loreley Amfitheater in Germany. I’ve been wanting to see that place ever since I saw the video of Marillion Live at Loreley. Being a Fish-era Marillion fan, what better year to pick than the year that Fish will be there, apparently doing a live performance of the full Misplaced Childhood album?
That, and a line up that includes Camel, Pendragon, Beardfish, Kaipa (DaCapo) and Haken, it’s going to be a perfect prog weekend.
I’ll be at the camp site and all three festival days – let me know if you’re going as well, it’s always fun to meet new people (or go to a concert with people you know from the past).