09 August, 2013

Playlist - 10 August 2013

This week, just in time for National Science Week, another healthy serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and overseas. It's happy birthday to Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) and to the unpredictable Australian singer Deborah Conway.  And there's as much of the late Bill Putt (Spectrum) that can be fitted into 3 hours.

Spectrum    I’ll be gone (1971) (single only, stereo version / Part One - reissue: bonus track)
Spectrum    Love’s my bag (1971) (Milesago)
Indelible Murtceps    We are indelible (1972) (Warts Up Your Nose / Ghosts: Post-Terminal Reflection)
Ariel    Rock & roll scars (1975) (Rock & Roll Scars)
Rush    Natural science (1980) (Permanent Waves)
Ian Anderson    The secret language of birds (2000) (Secret Language of Birds)
Jethro Tull    Living in the past (1972) (Living In The Past)
Jethro Tull    Dot com (1999) (Dot Com)
Steeleye Span    Thomas the Rhymer (1974) (Now We Are Six)
Dream Theater    The Count of Tuscany (2009) (Black Clouds and Silver Linings)
Sebastian Hardie    I wish (2012) (Blueprint)
The Dark Ales    Best intentions (2012)  (Edges Of The Day)
Camel    Echoes (1978) (Breathless)
The Windmill    Not alone (2013) (The Continuation)
Do Re Mi    Man overboard (1985) (Domestic Harmony)
Deborah Conway    Consider This (1993) (Bitch Epic)
Deborah Conway    White roses (live, 1994) (Epic Theatre)
Deborah Conway    It doesn’t work that way (2004) (Summertown)
Spectrum    I’ll be gone + Some good advice (live at Sunbury, 1972) (Milesago – reissue: bonus tracks)
SubAudible Hum    Science maketh the scientist (2006) ( In Time For Spring, On Came The Snow)
Tommy Emmanuel    The Big Swell (1993) (The Journey)

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