Rock Family Trees: Season 2, Episode 5

The Prog Rock Years (2 Oct. 1998)

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The stories behind the biggest bands in the progressive rock movement of the early seventies, such as Yes and Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Ironically narrated by John Peel who has made it ... See full summary »

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John Peel ...
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P.P. Arnold ...
Herself
Arthur Brown ...
Himself
Bill Bruford ...
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Geoff Downes ...
Himself
Keith Emerson ...
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Trevor Horn ...
Himself
Steve Howe ...
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Lee Jackson ...
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Carl Palmer ...
Himself
Cozy Powell ...
Himself
Chris Squire ...
Himself
Rick Wakeman ...
Himself
John Wetton ...
Himself
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The stories behind the biggest bands in the progressive rock movement of the early seventies, such as Yes and Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Ironically narrated by John Peel who has made it known (rather rudely, in fact) that he doesn't appreciate the music of either of these two bands. Written by Jay

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2 October 1998 (UK)  »

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Heat Of The Moment
Written by John Wetton and Geoff Downes
Performed by Asia, 1982
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