19 July, 2013

Playlist - 20 July 2013

This week, another healthy serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and overseas. Some great recent Australian music from The Break, Captain K and Sebastian Hardie as well as a classic from Adelaide band The James Taylor Move in 1967. And there's a brace of birthdays - Singer Russell Allen (Symphony X), Brian May (Queen) and John Lodge (a key songwriter with the Moody Blues). And of course some music in honour of The Bard, Robert Burns.

Eddi Reader    My love is like a red red rose (2003) (The Songs Of Robert Burns)
Southerly Gaels    Carls o’ Dysart & De’ils awa Exciseman (1996) (Twa Corbies & A Lark)
Symphony X    Paradise lost (2007) (Paradise Lost)
The Moody Blues    Isn’t life strange (1972) (Seventh Sojourn)
Justin Hayward & John Lodge    Maybe (1975) (Blue Jays)
Todd Rundgren    Birthday cards (1970) (Runt)
Todd Rundgren    Can we still be friends (1978) (Hermit Of Mink Hollow)
Queen    Hammer to fall (1984) (The Works)
The Break    Majestic kelp + Whatever dumb courage (2013) (Space Farm)
Captain Kickarse and the Awesomes    Always on your person (2008) (Falsimiles From The Facts Machine / Bird's Robe Records Sampler 2012)
Andy Salvanos    Radiant (2011) (Dream Recall)
Sebastian Hardie    Four Moments suite: Glories Shall Be Released/Dawn of Our Sun/Journey Through Our Dreams/Everything Is Real (1975) (Four Moments / Four Moments Of The Windchase)
Sebastian Hardie    Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)
The James Taylor Move    Magic eyes + Still I can go on (1967)  (single only / Peculiar Hole In The Sky)
Sanguine Hum    From the ground up (2013) (The Weight Of The World)
Von Hertzen Brothers    Insomniac (2013) (Nine Lives)
Vienna Circle    Ballad of night (2013) (Silhouette Moon)
Symphony X    Divine wings of tragedy (live) (2001) (Live On The Edge Of Forever)
Eddi Reader    Comin' through the rye + Ye banks and braes o’ Bonnie Doon (2008) (The Songs Of Robert Burns, re-issue)
Tommy Emmanuel   The Big Swell (1993) (The Journey)

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