21 February, 2012

Playlist - 4 February 2012

The first program of "Seasons Of Change" - a program of musical archaeology, diverse music, primarily progressive rock plus anything else that fits. It will be broadcast on Saturday night, from 8pm to 11pm, to the Northern suburbs of Adelaide on community radio PBA FM, 89.7 FM, and on the web via pbafm.org.au.

Fraternity        Seasons of Change (1971) (Golden Miles – Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
The Flower Kings  World of Adventures (1999) (Back In The World of Adventures)
Jethro Tull       Living in the past (live) (1988) (20 Years of Jethro Tull)
Renaissance     Northern Lights (1978) (A Song For All Seasons)
Camel  Echoes (1978) (Breathless)
Unitopia          Common Goal (2005) (More than a Dream)
Cybotron         Suite 16/9th floor (1980) (Implosion)
Emerson Lake & Palmer         Karn Evil 9 First Impression Pt.2 (1973) (Brain Salad Surgery)
Emerson Lake & Palmer         Touch and Go (live) (1997) (Then and Now)
Rush    Cygnus X-1 Book II Hemispheres (1978) (Hemispheres)
Ozric Tentacles           Vita Voom (1993) (Jurassic Shift)
Hawkwind      D-Rider (1974) (Hall of the Mountain Grill)
Rocket Scientists        Stardust (1995) (Empire Music: The Art Rock Collection)
Marillion          Sugar Mice (1987) (Clutching At Straws)
Dave Greenslade         Wyrd Sisters (1994) (Terry Pratchett's Tales from the Discworld)
Split Enz         Titus (1976) (Second Thoughts)
Tommy Emmanuel      The Big Swell (1993) (The Journey)
Dream Theater            In the Presence of Enemies Part 1 (2007) (Systematic Chaos)
Liquid Tension Experiment    Kindred Spirits (1998) (Liquid Tension Experiment)
Dream Theater            In the Presence of Enemies Part 2 (2007) (Systematic Chaos)
Caravan           Virgin on the Ridiculous  + Hoedown (live) (1974) (Live at Fairfield Halls)
Sebastian Hardie         Rosanna (1975) (Four Moments / Four Moments Of The Windchase)

The theme music at the start of each programme for 2012 is "Chocolate Fudge" by Mannheim Steamroller.

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