26 September, 2020

Playlist - 26 September 2020

Starting with Uriah Heep circa 1972 with their long-time drummer Lee Kerslake, who passed away this week; plus classic music from Levi Smith's Clefs (Adelaide) and more recent recordings from Unitopia (Adelaide) and Sebastian Hardie (Sydney); as well as newly released songs from expat singer Emily Barker (now based in the UK). From the Seasons Of Change Birthday Book, Wendy Saddington (Melbourne).

8pm
Uriah Heep    Poet’s justice (1972) (Demons and Wizards)
Uriah Heep    Blind eye + The magician’s birthday (1972) (The Magician’s Birthday)
Levi Smith's Clefs    You can’t do that (1970) (Empty Monkey)
Wendy Saddington & The Copperwine    Five people said I was crazy (live, 1971) (Wendy Saddington & The Copperwine Live)
Emily Barker    Where have the sparrows gone? (2020) (A Dark Murmuration)
9pm
Sebastian Hardie    Four Moments suite (live) (1997) (Live in LA)
Unitopia    More than a dream (live) (2011) (One Night In Europe)
Camel    Wait (live) (1984) (Pressure Points – Live In Concert)
Camel    Fingertips (1984) (Stationary Traveller)
Emily Barker    The woman who planted trees (2020) (A Dark Murmuration)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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The Levi Smith's Clefs, fronted by Barrie McAskill, flailing dramatically at their instruments to accompany one of their more concise songs, "Road runner", for the ABC TV show Hit Scene:


From Emily Barker (originally from Bridgetown, WA):



17 September, 2020

Playlist - 19 September 2020

8pm
Porcupine Tree    Radioactive toy (1992) (On the Sunday Of Life)
Porcupine Tree    Stranger by the minute (1999) (Stupid Dream)
Porcupine Tree    Four chords that made a million (2000) (Lightbulb Sun)
Porcupine Tree    Lazarus (2005) (Deadwing)
Porcupine Tree    Way out of here (2007)  (Fear Of A Blank Planet)
Porcupine Tree    Time flies (2009) (The Incident)
Steven Wilson    The raven that refused to sing (2013) (The Raven That Refused To Sing)
Steven Wilson    Permanating (2017) (To The Bone)
9pm
Procession    Listen (1968) (single only / So You Want To Be A Rock ‘n’ Roll Star?)
Bulldog    Inner spring (1970) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
Manfred Mann’s Earth Band    I’ll be gone (1974) (The Good Earth)
Manfred Mann’s Earth Band    Joybringer (1973) (single only)
Toehider    Moon and moron + Bats aren’t birds (2020) (I Like it!)
Kansas    Lamplight symphony (1974) (Song For America)
Kansas    Carry on wayward son (live) (1978/2008) (Two For The Show)
Captain Kickarse & The Awesomes    Pogonophobe (2015) (Grim Repercussions)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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A little more chaos from the latest Toehider, the appropriately titled "Go full bore":

SW, Exhibit A - The raven that refused to sing, "It’s a very simple song, again about loss and mortality":

SW, Exhibit B - Permanating, "I'm very proud of the video for Permanating. As soon as I wrote this song I had it in mind that Bollywood dancing would be the perfect accompaniment, such a joyous form of dance for what is probably the most joyous pop song I have ever come up with. I hope it will put a smile on your face as it does for me.":

Kerry Livgren (to right of stage) with Proto-Kaw, the re-formation of an early line-up of Kansas:

The curio of the week - from 48 years ago, Mick Rogers with Manfred Mann's Earth Band, playing Sydney, with the keyboard wizard initially on percussion, and covering the classic Chain song Black and blue (it was also included on their album Messin', 1972):

10 September, 2020

Playlist - 12 September 2020

Starting this week with a Rushfest for the first hour, working backward through 32 years of music from 2007 - as today (Saturday) would have been the 68th birthday of the late Neil Peart, who passed away in January this year. 

8pm
Rush    Headlong flight (2012) (Clockwork Angels)
Rush    One little victory (2002) (Vapor Trails)
Rush    Double agent (1993) (Counterparts)
Rush    Presto (1989) (Presto)
Rush    Middletown dreams (1985) (Power Windows)
Rush    Witch hunt (Part III of Fear) (1981) (Moving Pictures)
Rush    Circumstances (1978) (Hemispheres)
Rush    A farewell to kings (1977) (A Farewell To Kings)
Rush    Fly by night (1975) (Fly By Night)
9pm
Southern Empire    Cries for the lonely (2018) (Civilisation)
Sean Timms    Excerpts from Bodyjackers (2008) (The Gargoyle And Other Stories: The Orchestral Music of Sean Timms)
Ben Craven    Great divide + No specific harm (2016) (The Singles Edits)
The Omnific    Moonstruck (2019) (The Mind’s Eye)
The Omnific    10am (2016) (Sonorous)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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An array of moving pictures...from tubular bells, taurus pedals and kaftans in 1977...

...a duet with Aimee Mann in 1987, along with state-of-the-art video effects...

..."leaving it alone" in 1997...

...ploughing the grunge furrow on stage in 2007...

...the hours tick away, time is still the infinite jest...


04 September, 2020

Playlist - 5 September 2020

The first hour features a quartet of Aussie heavy bands (Circadian Pulse and Vanishing Point from Melbourne, Domino and Red Sea from Sydney), after which the second hour is loaded from the Seasons Of Change Birthday Book as Roger Waters, Freddie Mercury and the late, talented Daryl Cotton (Zoot) all have birthdays during this weekend.

8pm
Circadian Pulse    Transcending evolution (2018) (Elements Of Existence)
Vanishing Point    Walls of silence (2014) (Distant Is The Sun)
Transatlantic    Black as the sky (2014) (Kaleidoscope)
Roine Stolt’s The Flower King    Next to a hurricane (2018) (Manifesto Of An Alchemist)
The Flower Kings    Stardust We Are – Part Three (live) (Japan, 1999) (Alive On Planet Earth)
Domino    My opiate (2013) (Where the Desert Meets The Sea)
Red Sea    Caravan (2016) (Battlescar)
9pm
Roger Waters    Dogs (2000) (In The Flesh - Live)
Queen    Somebody to love (1976) (A Day At The Races)
Queen    Killer queen (1974) (Sheer Heart Attack)
Queen    It’s a hard life (1984) (The Works)
Zoot    I’m only sleeping (live) (The GTK Tapes Vol.1)
Zoot    Flying (1970) (Just Zoot / Zoot Locker)
Zoot    Eleanor Rigby (1970) (single only / Zoot Locker)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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Sound and motion from Red Sea (who have new music due for release soon):

...and, from an increasingly distant time, Daryl Cotton with Zoot in an ABC TV studio for GTK, of course well after they had burned the infamous pink suits:

Roine and Transatlantic, with a fine, live version of "Black as the sky":


28 August, 2020

Playlist - 29 August 2020

8pm
Peter Gabriel    Solsbury Hill (1977) (Peter Gabriel)
Genesis    Blood on the rooftops (1976) (Wind And Wuthering)
Steve Hackett    Ace of wands (1975) (Voyage Of The Acolyte)
Annie Haslam    Ripples (1995) (Suppers Ready)
Sebastian Hardie    Windchase (1976) (The Windchase)
Anubis    Hitchhiking to Byzantium (2018) (Different Stories)
9pm
Harmonium    Histoire sans paroles (1975) (Les Cinq Saisons)
Jethro Tull    One White Duck / 010 = Nothing at All (1975) (Minstrel In The Gallery)
Martin Barre    Fire at midnight / From the ashes (2013) (Away With Words)
Steeleye Span    Seven hundred elves (1974) (Now We Are Six)
Urtekk    Patterns (2015) (DM-3 Project)
Peak    Penguin (1983) (Ebondazzar)
Mike Noga    We three are lost (2005) (3CR The DIY Arts Show - CD Showcase)

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Some audio and video trippiness from Adelaide electronic band Urtekk:

And Tull, acoustic and live (1992) and with a duck:



22 August, 2020

Playlist - 22 August 2020

8pm
Rush    Seven cities of gold (2012) (Clockwork Angels)
Rush    Ghost of a chance (1991) (Roll The Bones)
Rush    Vital signs (1981) (Moving Pictures)
Voyager    Saccharine dream (2019) (Colours In The Sun)
Voyager    To the morning light (2003) (Element V)
All India Radio    Evening Star (2003/2013) (All India Radio (Expanded Edition))
All India Radio with Steve Kilbey    Brother moon sister sun (2014) (The Rare Earth, orig soundtrack)
Tiger Moth Tales    Golden (2020) (Still Alive / A Visit To Rockfield)
9pm
Magenta    Sloth (live) (2018) (We Are Seven - Live)
Dyssidia    In a heartbeat (2016) (Of Delight And Despair, EP)
Jethro Tull    Life’s a long song (1971) (single only / 20 Years Of Jethro Tull)
Jethro Tull    Summerday sands (1975) (Minstrel In The Gallery)
Tori Amos    Nautical twilight (2011) (Night Of The Hunter)
Tori Amos    Wednesday (2002) (Scarlet’s Walk)
Tori Amos    Parasol (2005) (The Beekeeper)
The Dairy Brothers    My neighbourhood (has been overrun by baboons) (2007) (Got Rock?)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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The Tropfest film as created for the Dairy Brothers song:


15 August, 2020

Playlist - 15 August 2020

8pm
Flash (feat. Peter Banks)    LIfetime (1972) (In The Can)
Yes    Astral traveller (1970) (Time And A Word)
Steve Hackett (feat. John Wetton)    Firth of fifth (live, 1996) (1998) (The Tokyo Tapes)
Dave Greenslade    Cactus choir (1976) (Cactus Choir)
Ariel    Jellibad Mutant Pt.1 + Jellibad Mutant Pt.2 + Jellibad Mutant Pt.6 (1975) (Rock & Roll Scars, bonus track on reissue)
9pm
Dream Theater    A change of seasons (1995) (A Change Of Seasons)
Teramaze    An ordinary dream (2015) (Her Halo)
Syzygy    Dreams (2009) (Realms Of Eternity)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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From the latest release by Teramaze (Melbourne):



08 August, 2020

Playlist - 8 August 2020

Dipping into the Seasons Of Change Birthday Book this week, with music featuring Tim Gaze (Tamam Shud, Kahvas Jute, Ariel and more) and Deborah Conway (Do Re Mi and solo), along with Richard Henshall (Haken, To-Mera) and John Gustafson (Quatermass, Ian Gillan and Roxy Music, to name just a few).

8pm
Steven Wilson (feat. Ninet Tayeb)    Routine (2015) (Hand Cannot Erase)
Porcupine Tree    Signify (live on Polish radio, Warsaw, 2001) (Warszawa, 2020 digital release)
To-mera    The descent (2012) (Exile)
Haken    In memoriam (2013) (The Mountain)
Ariel    Worm turning blues (1973) (A Strange Fantastic Dream)
Kahvas Jute    Free (1971) (Wide Open)
Tamam Shud    Heaven is closed (1970) (Goolutionites And The Real People)
Tamam Shud    Shakin’ out the stones (live, 2007) (Noosa Rain)
9pm
Quatermass    Black sheep of the family (1970) (Quatermass)
Ian Gillan    Clear air turbulence (1977) (Clear Air Turbulence)
Bullet    The Orchestrator (1970) (The Entrance To Hell)
Peak    Nightmist + Ocean of dreams (1980) (EBONDĂ€ZZAR)
Do Re Mi    Man overboard (1985) (Domestic Harmony)
Deborah Conway    Consider This (1993) (Bitch Epic)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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Deborah Conway with the terrific Do Re Mi:

 

From Steven Wilson:

 

01 August, 2020

Playlist - 1 August 2020

Starting with a selection of music from the legacy of the late great guitarist, Peter Green, who passed away last Saturday.

8pm
Fleetwood Mac    Oh well + Rattlesnake shake (live, Boston, 1970) (The Blues Collection)
Kahvas Jute    Parade of fools (1970) (Wide Open)
Flake    Breadalbane (1974) (B-side of single / Psych Bites: Australian Acid Freakrock 1969-1974)
Fanny Adams    Ain’t no lovin’ left (1971) (Fanny Adams / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
9pm
Steve Hillage    Glorious Om riff (1978) (Green)
Khan    Space shanty (1972) (Space Shanty)
Gong    I never glid before (1973) (Angel’s Egg)
Spock’s Beard    Gibberish (1999) (Day For Night)
Jordan Rudess    Dance on a volcano (2006) (The Road Home)
Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band    Down undergroundsville (1974) (b-side of Hernando’s Hideaway / bonus track on reissue of Wangaratta Wahini)
Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band    Roll that reefer (live, Dec 1975) (A-Reefer-Derci / Wangaratta Wahini, bonus track)
Fleetwood Mac    Albatross (1968) (single / Pious Bird Of Good Omen)

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The Conway brothers, Jim and Mic, in full flight with Captain Matchbox circa 1974 on ABC TV - "Captain Matchbox emerged at a time when there was a vogue for these styles and they were contemporary with similar local acts such as The 69-ers, Starving Wild Dogs, The Original Battersea Heroes, The Gutbucket Blues Band, The Stovepipe Spasm Band and The Moonshine Jug and String Band (which later evolved into The Angels)" (Milesago):

Steve Hillage in trademark trippy mode:


25 July, 2020

Playlist - 25 July 2020

8pm
Caligula’s Horse    The Ascent (2020) (Rise Radiant)
Arcane    Secret (2009) (Chronicles Of The Waking Dream)
Unitopia    Tesla (2010) (Artificial)
Iva Davies    Walk alone (1999) (The Ghost Of Time)
The Lammas Tide    Hudson Line (2011) (High Tide)
Fraternity    Seasons of change (1971) (single only)
9pm
Deeexpus (feat. Nik Kershaw)    Memo (2011) (King Of Number 33)
The Mute Gods    One day (2019) (Atheists & Believers)
Porcupine Tree    This is no rehearsal (1999) (Stupid Dream)
Roine Stolt    The flower king (1994) (The Flower King)
Anekdoten    Shooting star (2015) (Until All The Ghosts Have Gone)
Andy Salvanos    Transform (2016) (Transform)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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A little more from Andy Salvanos and a "2020" version of a pensive track from 2012:

Lammas Day (or Loaf Mass Day) is still 7 days away in the Northern hemisphere (1 August) and of course 6 months away in Australia (1 February) but to while away the hours, here is Perth band The Lammas Tide from 8 years ago and an official video clip for their then single:

And Mr Nik Kershaw, from his own freshly minted EP, "These Little Things":

18 July, 2020

Playlist - 18 July 2020

8pm
Dream Theater    The Count of Tuscany (instrumental) (2009) (Black Clouds & Silver Linings)
Hemina    Nostalgia + In technicolour (2019) (Night Echoes)
Unitopia    Man of colours (2013) (Covered Mirror Vol.1 Smooth As Silk)
Southern Empire    Forest fire (2016) (Southern Empire)
Drawn From Bees    On the beach (2018) (B-Sides & Rarities)
9pm
Haken    Souls (2008) (Enter The 5th Dimension)
Gentle Giant    Proclamation (1974) (The Power And The Glory)
All India Radio    Mexicola (remaster) (2006/2019) (Echo Other)
Three Wise Monkeys    Waxer (live) (2010) (3WM EP No.1 and No.2, bonus track)
I Am The Manic Whale    Valenta scream (2020) (Things Unseen)
Dyssidia    The gutted stag (2020) (Costly Signals)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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All India Radio, live in Northcote (Vic), earlier this year (pre-Coronavirus):

The prospect of the classic UK band Gentle Giant reforming has seemed miniscule for a very long time, so the recent temporary involvement of all surviving GG members in the support of a re-recorded version of their classic song "Proclamation" has been welcome. You can find it here:

11 July, 2020

Playlist - 11 July 2020

8pm
Madder Lake    Helper (live) + I get high (live) + It’s all in your head (live) (Sydney, 1978) (The Live Adventures Of Madder Lake 1973-2008)
Fraternity    Seasons of Change (1971) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969 - 1974, compilation)
The Valentines    Peculiar hole in the sky (1968) (single only / Peculiar Hole In The Sky)
AC/DC    Dirty deeds done dirt cheap (1976) (Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap)
Blackfeather    Mango’s theme (1971) (At The Mountains Of Madness)
All India Radio    Immortality (2019) (Eternal)
9pm
Steven Wilson    Luminol (live, Mexico, 2012) (2017) (Get All You Deserve)
Steven Wilson    Sound of muzak (live, 2018) (2018) (Home Invasion in concert at the Royal Albert Hall)
Magenta    Legend (live) (2018) (We Are Seven – Live 2018)
Look To Windward    Control (2010) (Fortunes Haze)
The Omnific    Pharaoh 2.0 (2020) (digital single)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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The Omnific (Melbourne), being rather busy for 6 minutes, 20 seconds:


Kiwi band Look To Windward, with a more recent release:

04 July, 2020

Playlist - 4 July 2020

Tonight, a show of two halves - in the first hour, music from the latest album by Adelaide's Dyssidia (with some cookie monster added to the mix) and other local goodness, followed by an hour of music from the US which may not appear on many other playlists for their Independence Day.

8pm
Dyssidia    Hope’s remorseful retreat + Good grief (2020) (Costly Signals)
Aura Form    Secrets of the sun + Floating South (2016) (Vesica Pisces)
Southern Empire    Hold (2016) (Southern Empire)
Unitopia    More than a dream (2005) (More Than A Dream)
9pm
Tiles    Modification (1999) (Presents Of Mind)
Spock’s Beard    Thoughts (1996) (Beware Of Darkness)
Kansas    Cheyenne anthem (1976) (Leftoverture)
District 97    Snow country (2015) (In Vaults)
Glass Hammer    Rapturo (2016) (Valkyrie)
OSI    ShutDOWN (2003) (Office Of Strategic Influence)
Frank Zappa   Cosmik debris (1974) (Apostrophe)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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From Dyssidia, the making of their new album, although Cookie Monster who is audible on much of the album is sadly absent from this footage...
Zappa Plays Zappa:

27 June, 2020

Playlist - 27 June 2020

Starting tonight with a selection from the long awaited, newly released, live Madder Lake album.

8pm
Madder Lake    Down the river (live) + One star and the moon (live) + Listen to the morning sunshine (live, 1974) (2020) (The live adventures of MADDER LAKE 1973-2008)
Madder Lake    Calling (2013) (World)
Domino    Karislama (2013) (Where the Desert Meets The Sea)
Split Enz    Spellbound (1974) (The Beginning Of The Enz)
Split Enz    I hope I never (1980) (True Colours)
ENZSO    Dirty creature (1996) (ENZSO)
Tim Finn   Funny way (1993) (Before & After)
9pm
Marillion    The Leavers: I. Wake up in music, II. The remainers, III. Vapour trails in the sky, IV. The jumble of days, V. One tonight (2016) (F.E.A.R.)
Marillion    Sugar mice (1987) (Clutching At Straws)
Barclay James Harvest    Kiev (1987) (Face To Face)
Deckchair Poets    Elephants, not ivory (2013) (Who Needs Pyjamas?)
Deckchair Poets    Iced buns (2019) (Always Piste At Christmas)
The Cortex Shift    Leaky scone (2017) (Songs In The Key Of Lunch)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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Madder Lake live with a song from their latest album:


Fish and co. from 1987



20 June, 2020

Playlist - 20 June 2020

8pm
Toehider    Meet the sloth (2014) (What Kind Of Creature Am I?)
Spectrum    Fiddling fool (1971) (Part One)
Spectrum    Silicon Valley (2009) (Breathing Space Too)
Mike Rudd    Lottery (2015) (demo, lyrics by Bill Putt)
Spectrum    Trust me (single edit) (1971) (Milesago)
Lemonjuice    Colour combination (2016) (Lemonjuice E.P.)
Lemonjuice    Life in a day (2018) (The Sound Of Strawberry)
9pm
Camel    Mystic queen (1973) (Camel)
Camel    Highways to the sun (1977) (Rain Dances)
Camel    Ligging at Louis’ (live, 1974) (1978) (A Live Record)
Lonely Robot    Construct/Obstruct (2015) (Please Come Home)
It Bites    The last escape (2012) (Map Of The Past)
Jethro Tull    Fire at midnight + Ring out solstice bells (1977) (Songs From The Wood)
The Beatles    A day in the life (1967) (Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Band)
The Beatles    Hard day’s night (1964) (A Hard Day’s Night)

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A mind-boggling 38 minutes with Mike and Salty of Toehider (Melbourne) - "Meet The Sloths":

 


A little more of UK band It Bites, live:



11 June, 2020

Playlist - 13 June 2020

It's not every year that you celebrate your 75th birthday; so as that milestone approaches this Monday for the talented Aussie legend (and kiwi) Mike Rudd, it's fitting to dedicate the first half of tonight's edition of Seasons Of Change to a selection of music from Spectrum and Ariel.

8pm
Spectrum    I’ll be gone (1971) (single, alternate stereo version / bonus track on reissue of Part One)
Spectrum    Drifting (1971) (Part One)
Spectrum    What the world needs (is a new pair of socks) (1971) (Milesago)
Spectrum    Untitled (1971) (Milesago)
Indelible Murtceps    Esmerelda (1972) (Warts Up Your Nose)
Ariel    Garden of the frenzied Cortinas (1974) (A Strange Fantastic Dream)
Ariel    Rock & roll scars (1975) (Rock & Roll Scars)
Spectrum    Star crazy (2008) (Breathing Space)
9pm
Uriah Heep    Paradise/The spell (1972) (Demons and Wizards)
Yes    Roundabout (single version) (1972) (Fragile)
Captain Beyond    Dancing madly backwards (on a sea of air) (1972) (Captain Beyond)
Fraternity    Seasons of Change (1971) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969 - 1974, compilation)
The Nice    America (1968) (single)
Queen    The prophet’s song (1975) (A Night At The Opera)
Golden Earring    Radar love (1973) (Moontan)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)


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Should you have the time, you can immerse yourself in a 37 minute interview with Mike Rudd here:


...but you only have 32 minutes? Behold a fine (and well-recorded) set by Mike at the Memo Music Hall, St Kilda, Melbourne, December 2016:


...or witness a recent cameo with Madder Lake:

...and revisit the brief detour into electro-pop with W.H.Y. in 1983:


This isn't Queen, but this cover version by Dutch acapella group Rock4 is pretty amazing nonetheless, assisted by a little handy looping:

06 June, 2020

Playlist - 6 June 2020

8pm
Sweet    Love is like oxygen (1978) (Level Headed)
Sweet    Blockbuster (1973) (The Sweet)
Sweet    Ballroom blitz (1973) (single
Caligula’s Horse    Salt (2020) (Rise Radiant)
Kettlespider    Life (2017) (KETTLESPIDER)
Caligula’s Horse    Message to my girl (2020) (Rise Radiant, bonus track)
Toehider    Concerning Lix and Fairs (2020) (I Like It!)
Riverside    Under the pillow (2015) (Love, Fear And The Time Machine)
9pm
Tony Levin    Waters of Eden (2000) (Waters of Eden)
The Stick Men (The Crimson Projeckt)    Vroom vroom (live) (2014) (Live In Tokyo)
Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe    Birthright (1989) (Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe)
Caravan    In the land of grey and pink (1971) (In The Land Of Grey And Pink)
Hatfield and the North    It didn’t matter anyway (1975) (The Rotters Club)
Camel    Breathless (1978) (Breathless)
Rush    Anagram (1989) (Presto)
Rush    Dreamline (1991) (Roll The Bones)
Anthony Phillips    Lucy will (1979) (Sides)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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An "animatic" video from Toehider:

 Just over 50 minutes of Camel with Richard Sinclair, recorded at the BBC:

28 May, 2020

Playlist - 30 May 2020

8pm
The Omnific    Objets de Vertu (2017) (Kismet)
Arcane    The malice (2009) (Chronicles Of The Waking Dream)
Caligula’s Horse    Water’s edge (2013) (The Tide, The Thief & River's End)
Drawn From Bees    Web of thieves (2014) (Web of thieves)
Drawn From Bees    All this time (2008) (The Boy And The Ocean)
Glasshouse    It burns (2005) (Nothing Comes Of Thinking)
The Slow Light    Dream sequence (2020) (Cinema Of The Mind)
Porcupine Tree    Gravity eyelids (live at XM Satellite Radio) (2002/2020) (XM)
9pm
Split Enz    Years go by (1984) (See Ya Round)
Neil Finn    The climber (2001) (One Nil)
Split Enz    Message to my girl (live, NZ, 1993) (Greatest Hits: Live)
Crowded House    Four seasons in one day (1992) (Woodface)
Transatlantic     My new world (live) (live, 2014) (KALIVEOSCOPE)
Freedom to Glide    Not a broken man (2013) (Rain)
Damanek    Skyboat (2018) (In Flight)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)

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A fair bit more from The Slow Light (Adelaide), c/- their own YT channel; their entire "Cinema Of The Mind" EP:

The Omnific (Melbourne):

From the UK, Freedom To Glide, and a newly released recording, "lockdown style":

23 May, 2020

Playlist - 23 May 2020

8pm
Toehider    Smash it out (2014) (What Kind Of Creature Am I?)
Southern Empire    Crossroads (2018) (Civilisation)
Anubis    Sirens + In shadows + Gone (2020) (Homeless)
Mushroom Giant    The Drake Equation (2015) (Painted Mantra)
9pm
Steve Hackett    Supper’s ready (2013) (Genesis Revisited: Live At Hammersmith)
Threshold    Pilot in the sky of dreams (2007) (Dead Reckoning)
Threshold    Watchtower On The Moon (2014) (For The Journey)
Toehider    Good (2017) (Good)
The Packets    Surrounded by dickheads (2019) (Bad People)


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Toehider (Michael Mills and co.) with "Smash it out", live on stage in Europe. probably the busiest 2 minutes you'll see and hear for a quite a while:
Steve Hackett and band in 2019, performing a song from the Genesis album they were due to highlight this week on stage here in Adelaide:
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, 46 years earlier:

16 May, 2020

Playlist - 16 May 2020

Starting at 8pm with a recent release from The Slow Light (Adelaide) and then moving through a set of music featuring a throng of talented artists who all have their birthdays around this weekend, including Robert Fripp (King Crimson), Andy Latimer (Camel), the late Australian guitar legend Lobby Loyde, Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson, UK, Earthworks, etc), Brian Eno and Mike Oldfield.

8pm
The Slow Light    Clocks relapse + Cinema of the mind (2020) (Cinema Of The Mind)
Discipline    Canto IV (Limbo) (1997) (Unfolded Like Staircase)
King Crimson    In the court of the crimson king (1969) (In The Court Of The Crimson King)
David Bowie    Heroes (1977) (Heroes)
Camel    Ice (live) (1998) (Coming Of Age, Live)
9pm
The Wild Cherries    G.O.D (Guitar Overdose) (live, ABC TV, 1970) (The GTK Tapes Vol.1)
Lobby Loyde & Southern Electric    Fist of Is: a) At the Colosseum; b) The Fist Falls (1976)  (Obsecration)
Lobby Loyde & The Colored Balls    Metal feathers (1972) (Ball Power And More)
Bill Bruford’s Earthworks    Making a song and dance (1987) (Earthworks)
Yes    Five percent for nothing (1972) (Fragile)
Eno    Sombre reptiles + Little fishes + Golden hours (1975) (Another Green World)
801    Miss Shapiro (live) (1976) (801 Live)
Mike Oldfield    Incantations: Part 4 (excerpt) (1978) (Incantations)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)


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Care of The Slow Light and their own Youtube channel, another fine piece from their recent debut EP:

In glorious black and white, Lobby Loyde and the Wild Cherries at ABC TV in 1970 for their GTK program, with a piece that at gigs was surely stretched out to the limits of human endurance for wah wah guitar effects and drum fills:
The merest flicker of a smile can almost be seen to cross the lips of Robert Fripp, as his band in Berlin performs a cover of the song that Fripp had recorded there with David Bowie, 40 years earlier:

07 May, 2020

Playlist - 9 May 2020

Starting tonight with selections from the musical legacy of Dave Greenfield (The Stranglers) and Florian Schneider (Kraftwerk), plus perhaps appropriately music from the recently reissued 1980 album by Adelaide electronic band Peak.

8pm
The Stranglers    Peaches (1977) (Rattus Norvegicus)
The Stranglers    Skin deep (1984) (Aural Sculpture)
Kraftwerk    Robots (1978) (Man Machine)
Peak    Nightmist + Ocean of dreams (1980) (EBONDĂ€ZZAR)
Sebastian Hardie    Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)
Sebastian Hardie    Rosanna (1975) (Four Moments)
Freedom To Glide    Broken road (2019) (Seed)
9pm
Sky    Where Opposites Meet (1979) (Sky)
Focus    Birth (1974) (Hamburger Concerto)
Gavin O’Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest    Tintagel + Silbury Hill (1998) (My Mother’s Country)
Indelible Murtceps    In the bog (1972) (Warts Up Your Nose)
The Stranglers    Golden brown (1981) (La Folie)


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The sound of Adelaide band Peak recorded live in concert 1984, with an instrumental that appears on neither of their albums but could fit on both:


The very rare sight of an Australian band filmed in colour in the early 1970's: Mike, Bill and Murtceps at the TFM Ballroom: 

02 May, 2020

Playlist - 2 May 2020

Tonight featuring music from Australian guitarist Plini recording as "Halcyon" (Plini's name to be correctly pronounced to rhyme with "mini" or "skinny", according to the man himself), plus Misfits Of Sythia (Adelaide), A Lonely Crowd, Elysian Sea and Aragon (Melbourne)  and Karnivool (Perth).

8pm
Moon Safari    Constant bloom + Yasgur’s farm (2008) (Blomljud)
King Crimson    Sleepless (1984) (Three Of A Perfect Pair)
A Lonely Crowd    Adjustify (2011) (User Hostile)
Halcyon    Noodle (2011) (Pasture)
Elysian Sea    Sunrise + Joy of life + One world one spirit (2017) (The Four Elements)
Aragon    In a lifetime (2014) (single only)
Misfits Of Sythia    The tungsten hook (2014) (Automatonophilia)
9pm
Liquid Tension Experiment    Acid rain (1998) (Liquid Tension Experiment)
Rush    The camera eye (1981) (Moving Pictures)
Karnivool    The Caudal Lure (2009) (Sound Awake)
Karnivool    Nachash (2013) (Asymmetry)
Genesis    In the cage + Afterglow (live) (2007) (Live Over Europe 2007)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)


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Karnivool, live, 2008:

24 April, 2020

Playlist - 25 April 2020

This week, another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits, this week with an Anzac Day special of music from Australia and New Zealand, mostly from the classic period of the early to mid '70's, including Bakery, Levi  Smith's Clefs, Spectrum, Tamam Shud and Tully from Australia - and Dragon, Split Enz and Ticket from New Zealand.

8pm
Kahvas Jute    Steps of time (1971) (Wide Open)
Spectrum    Mumbles I wonder why (1971) (Part One)
Spectrum    Milesago (1972) (Milesago)
Tully    Loving is hard (1972) (Loving Is Hard)
Tamam Shud    Sea the swells (1972) (Morning Of The Earth s/t, bonus track on CD reissue of Goolutionites And The Real People)
Tully    Sea of joy Part 1 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
Levi Smith's Clefs    Empty monkey (1970) (Empty Monkey)
Doug Parkinson In Focus    Purple curtains (single only, Psych Bites: Australian Freakrock 1967-1974 Vol.1)
Bakery    Living with a memory (1971) (Momento)
9pm
Ticket    Awake (1972) (Awake)
Dragon    Going slow (1974) (Universal Radio)
Shona Laing    1905 (1972) (single only / Nature's Best - New Zealand’s Top 100 Songs Of All Time Vol.2)
Split Enz    Stranger than fiction (1975) (Mental Notes)
Split Enz    Home sweet home (1979) (Beginning Of The Enz)
Split Enz    I hope I never (1980) (True Colours)
Healing Force    Golden miles (1971/1994) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
Flake    Dream if you can (1970) (How's Your Mother!)
Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest    Housesteads - Hadrian’s wall (1998) (My Mother’s Country)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)


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From the forgotten years of Oz rock, The Shud, playing live on GTK (ABC TV) in 1971:
and Doug Parkinson In Focus, the same year, on Hit Scene (ABC TV)...

18 April, 2020

Playlist - 18 April 2020

Featuring an extended serving of Enz, Split Enz, as yesterday was the birthday of the redoubtable Noel Crombie, set designer, band stylist, percussionist and formidable player of the spoons....

8pm
Kettlespider    The climber + Anubis (2017) (Kettlespider)
Vita Voom    Infinity curtains (2020) (digital single)
Split Enz    Ninnie knees up (1984) (See Ya Round)
Split Enz    Dirty creature (1982) (Time And Tide)
Split Enz    Strait old line (live) (1993) (Greatest Hits Live!)
Tiger Moth Tales    The ballad of Longshanks John (2020) (A Visit to Zoetermeer)
Platypus    Rock balls / Destination unknown (1998) (When Pus Comes To Shove)
9pm
Hawkwind    City of lagoons (1976) (Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music)
Cybotron    Vulcan (live) (1976/2020) (Sunday Night At The Total Theatre)
The Merlin Bird    Rhyme to reason + Reason to rhyme (2003) (Rhyme To Reason)
Spock’s Beard    The bottom line (2003) (Feel Euphoria)
Gandalf’s Fist    Solar huntress (2019) (The Clockwork Prologue)
The Packets    Surrounded by dickheads (2019) (Bad People)


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Noel and the spoons and The Enz, in concert, 1977:

The amazing Peter Jones, aka Tiger Moth Tales:

Melboune band Kettlespider with one of the best songs they've done:

10 April, 2020

Playlist - 11 April 2020

Tonight, for Easter Saturday, the first hour features a feast of Aussie music, followed in the second hour by a complete live performance by Camel of their classic instrumental concept album "The Snow Goose".

8pm
Sebastian Hardie    Openings (1975) (The Four Moments)
Unitopia    Journey’s friend (2008) (The Garden)
Lacrymae    Handel’s Apocalypse (2009) (The Hallowed Design)
Rush    Totem (1996) (Test For Echo)
9pm
Camel (with London SO)    The Snow Goose (complete) (live, 1975) (A Live Record)
Ben Rogers Instrumental Asylum    Seasons of change (2007) (Reverb Rehab)


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Here is the sight and sound of Perth band Lacrymae peforming "Handel's apocalypse" live, on what seems like a slightly congested stage:

A little more from Adelaide-based band Unitopia:

Camel live in 2014, with selections from The Snow Goose:

New from Marillion, a new recording of Easter:
 

04 April, 2020

Playlist - 4 April 2020

Starting tonight with a selection of songs from the legacy of the late Bill Withers; then continuing with a feast of music from artists mostly from Adelaide and interstate, all of whom make their music available on Bandcamp if you wish to hear more.

8pm
Bill Withers    Who is he? (1972) (Still Bill)
Bill Withers    Ain’t no sunshine (1971) (Just As I Am)
O’Yaba    Lean on me (1994) (One Foundation)
Anubis    The deepest wound + Technicolour Afterlife (2018) (Different Stories)
Canidae    Iron sky (2014) (Nowhere Else But Here, EP)
Hemina    With what I see (2019) (As We Know It)
Awaken Solace    The passing (2012) (In Nightfall’s Embrace)
Squeaker    The things that remain (2019) (Revel In Ashes)
9pm
Aragon    Rocking Horse (Act 2) (2018) (single only)
Porcupine Tree    Anesthetize (live) (2020) (Ilosaarirock)
Big Big Train    Pantheon (2019) (Grand Tour)
A Lonely Crowd    Blur (2014) (Transients)
Andy Salvanos    Free range eggs (2007) (Closer)
The Packets    Surrounded by dickheads (2019) (Bad People)
 
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Another cover of a Bill Withers song, by the terrific Renee Geyer:

 A little more from Adelaide's own Squeaker, recorded live last year:

28 March, 2020

Playlist - 28 March 2020

In these days of tour cancellations and hotel lockdowns due to the wide-ranging Coronavirus pandemic, gigs for musicians are few and far between, which effectively wipes out the income of many local and independent musicians and bands. One potential way of supporting musicans, if you are so inclined, is to stream and consider purchasing their music - a little investigation will generally reveal the many and varied mediums on which independent Aussie artists make their releases available (e.g. including, but not limited to, a page on Bandcamp).

It will also be Earth Hour tonight from 8:30pm to 9:30pm, so appropriate music for an hour of the evening with minimal electricity usage is featured from King Crimson and The Church.

8pm
The Ben Cameron Project    A cycle never ending (2016) (A Cycle Never Ending)
The Church    Under the milky way (1988) (Starfish)
King Crimson    Starless (live, recorded 1974; LP 1975) (USA)
Andy Salvanos    Lightwaves (2019) (Lightwaves, digital 3 song EP)
9pm
Drawn From Bees    Calling you out (2014) (Web Of Thieves, EP)
Drawn From Bees    Long tooth setting sun (2009) (And The Blind Shall lead The Way, mini-LP)
Drawn From Bees    Gravity (2017) (single only)
Aura Form     Galactic current + Alps sunrise + Walking through fallout (2016) (Vesica Pisces)
Ben Craven & The Section    Golden band (2014) (Dissected)
Captain Kickarse and the Awesomes    The Lost Doctrine Of Dr. Phyviater Raveningsley (2008) (Captain Kickarse and the Awesomes)
The Packets    Surrounded by dickheads (2019) (Bad People)

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Sydney band Captain Kickarse and the Awesomes, from their own Youtube channel, recorded live, with the most menacing (and trippy) "Grapes" you will ever encounter...

21 March, 2020

Playlist - 21 March 2020

Starting tonight with a selection of music from the remarkable legacy of the late Australian jazz legend Don Burrows, who passed away at the end of last week.

8pm
Don Burrows Quintet with the Adelaide Connection    Basin street blues + Jumpin' with Symphony Sid (1985) (Making Whoopee)
Don Burrows Quintet with the Adelaide Connection    Please don't talk about me when I'm gone (1992) (Nice 'n' Easy)
Don Burrows Quintet with Orchestra    Whenever (1990) (Whenever)
Anubis    Reflective + Entitled + White Ashes (2020) (Homeless)
Aronora    Too late + The end (2009) (Aronora)
9pm
United Progressive Fraternity    Loss Anthem + What happens now? + Cruel time (2019) (Planetary Overload)
Tirill    Said the sun to the moon (2019) (Said The Sun To The Moon)
White Willow    In dim days (2017) (Future Hopes)
King Crimson    Thela Hun Ginjeet (Alternate mix – Steven Wilson) (1981 / 2011) (On And Off the Road (1981-1984): CD#1 Discipline)
King Crimson    Heartbeat (1982 / 2011) (On And Off the Road (1981-1984): CD#3 Beat)
Steven Wilson    Transience (single version) (2015) (Hand Cannot Erase)
The Packets    Surrounded by dickheads (2019) (Bad People)


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A mere snippet of Don Burrows, at El Rocco, Sydney, 1987:

 The Crimson troubadours, circa mid-1980's, recorded live in Japan:


Cometh the hour, cometh the band: The Packets, with a video filmed at some iconic South Australian locations including HQ, Hindley Street and the picturesque wine hub of McLaren Vale, and with a song that speaks to most of us at this time: