18 May, 2013

Playlist - 18 May 2013

This week, on Seasons Of Change, another healthy serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and overseas. Some great new and classic Australian music including Sebastian Hardie, Breaking Orbit and a selection of tracks from Lobby Loyde - to commemorate the late guitarist's birthday, including an epic bonus track from the CD re-issue of the classic album "Obsecration" and a short (4 minute) version of G.O.D. (Guitar OverDose)... And it's also happy brthday to the caped keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman (Yes) and ageless bass master Herbie Flowers (Sky).

Rick Wakeman    Catherine of Aragon (1973) (The Six Wives Of Henry VIII)
Rick Wakeman    Merlin the magician (1975) (The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table)
Rick Wakeman    Tubular balls (1995) (Cirque Surreal)
Sebastian Hardie    Windchase (1976) (Windchase / Four Moments Of The Windchase)
Breaking Orbit    Echoes (2012) (Time Traveller)
Sky    Tuba Smarties (1980) (Sky 2)
John Williams    Pomeganate (1971) (single only / Cavatina: The Complete Cube And Fly Recordings)
Lou Reed    Walk on the wild side (1972) (Transformer)
Sky    Scipio (1980) (Sky 2)
Amplifier    Matmos (edit) (2012) (Echo Street)
Renaissance    Closer than yesterday (1978) (A Song For All Seasons)
Gandalf’s Fist    The gathering of the clouds (2012) (From A Point Of Existence)
Gordon Giltrap    Moneyfacturing (2013) (Ravens & Lullabies)
The Wild Cherries (w/- Lobby Loyde)    I’m the sea (stop killing me) (1971) (Single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
The Wild Cherries (w/- Lobby Loyde)    Krome plated yabby (1967) (single only / Down Under Nuggets)
The Wild Cherries (w/- Lobby Loyde)    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 - bonus tracks on CD re-release)
Rick Wakeman    Arthur & Guinevere + Catherine Howard (live, 1975) (Live on the King Biscuit Flower Hour)

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