Progman Cometh

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Progman Cometh Music Festivals were two Canterbury scene music concerts held at the Moore Theatre in Seattle, Washington, USA, in 2002 and 2003.

Progman Cometh 2002[edit]

Elton Dean performing with Glass

Friday, August 16[edit]

Saturday, August 17[edit]

Sunday, August 18[edit]

Notes[edit]

Gordon Beck was scheduled to appear but had to cancel at the last minute due to illness. Akinetón Retard (from Chile) were also scheduled but were prevented from leaving Chile by customs. The "friends" appearing with Glass were William Kopecky, Joe Kopecky and Elton Dean. Soft Works (billed as "Software" before their name change) consisted of Hugh Hopper, Allan Holdsworth, Elton Dean and John Marshall.

Releases[edit]

Progman Cometh 2003[edit]

Saturday, August 2[edit]

  • 5:00pm Two Monkey Finger (Two Monkey Finger consisted of different musicians for different songs -- see below)
  • 9:00pm The Alan Parsons Project[3]

Two Monkey Finger Set #1[edit]

Artist / Song 1st Bass Guitar 1st Keys 2nd Keys 2nd Bass Horn Vocals Drums
Jeff Beck/Jan Hammer / Darkness/Earth in Search of a Sun Jeff Sherman Patrice Meyer David Rees-Williams Greg Sherman Jerry Cook
Hatfield and the North / Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract)/Going Up To People and Tinkling/Calyx Richard Sinclair Phil Miller Greg Sherman Jeff Sherman Richard Sinclair Jerry Cook
In Cahoots / Halflife Richard Sinclair Phil Miller David Rees-Williams Greg Sherman Elton Dean Jerry Cook
Passport / Handmade Hugh Hopper Phil Miller Greg Sherman Jeff Sherman Elton Dean Jerry Cook
Hugh Hopper / Long Lingers Autumn Time Hugh Hopper Greg Sherman Richard Sinclair Richard Sinclair
Confusion / Where Are You Richard Sinclair Patrice Meyer David Rees-Williams Richard Sinclair Jerry Cook
Soft Works / First Train Hugh Hopper Patrice Meyer Elton Dean Jerry Cook

Sunday, August 3[edit]

Two Monkey Finger Set #2[edit]

Artist / Song 1st Bass Guitar 1st Keys 2nd Keys 2nd Bass Horn Vocals Drums
Passport / Abracadabra Richard Sinclair Greg Sherman Jeff Sherman Elton Dean Jerry Cook
Hugh Hopper / Hopper Tunity Box Hugh Hopper David Rees-Williams Greg Sherman Elton Dean Jerry Cook
Hugh Hopper / Oyster Perpetual Hugh Hopper Jeff Sherman
Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond / Take Five Hugh Hopper Gordon Beck Elton Dean Jerry Cook
Confusion / Traveler in Time Richard Sinclair Patrice Meyer David Rees-Williams Jerry Cook
Franglo Band / Dedicated to You/7 For Lee Patrice Meyer Elton Dean
Soft Machine / Facelift Hugh Hopper Greg Sherman Jeff Sherman Elton Dean Jerry Cook
Weather Report / Birdland Richard Sinclair Phil Miller David Rees-Williams Greg Sherman Elton Dean Richard Sinclair Jerry Cook

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