Grandson: Some old record I got from the used record store. It’s like from four years ago. It’s called Who Needs Action When You Got Words by Plan B.
Grandfather: Hmmm, back in my day, we listened to proper albums by album oriented artists like Chameleon in the Shadow of the Night by Pete Hammill.
Grandson (playing along): Oh, what are some of the songs?
Grandfather: Well, there’s “German Overalls”, “Slender Threads” and, uh, “Rock and Role”.
Grandson: Neat. How would you describe it?
Grandfather (absolutely hooked): It’s really dramatic, acoustic 12-string guitar driven singer-songwriter prog rock. Pissing off the same cloud as Space Oddity or Aqualung.
Grandson (beginning to reel the old man in): Cool. What are some of the “prog” instruments they play?
Grandfather (still lapping it up): Jesus, they play “tesseraschizoid warbling,” “screams in the night,” “bomber,” “banshee,” “gothic harmonium,” loads of awesome stuff. Would you like to hear it?
Grandson (playing his trump card): FUCK OFF, HIPPIE!