25 October, 2013

Playlist - 26 October 2013

This week, another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and overseas, including recent music from Adelaide band Quiet Child, some Cornish folk-rock from another local group Gavin O’Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest and an Aussie classic from Healing Force. And it's happy birthday to singer Jon Anderson (Yes),  French jazz pianist Jacques Loussier and the multi-talented Gil Matthews (drummer with Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs, as well as house engineer/producer for Havoc Records; and more recently the guru behind the remastering and reissue of some classic Australian music from the 1970's).

Moon Safari    Mega moon (2013) (Himlabecken Vol.1)
Ritual    In the wild (2007) (The Hemulic Voluntary Band)
Quiet Child    Cannonfire march + In out (2013) (The Coming Storm)
Ozric Tentacles    Trees of eternity (1985) (Tantric Obstacles)
Andy Salvanos    Air (2011) (Dream Recall)
Camel    One of these days I’ll get an early night (1977) (Raindances)
Sweet    Love is like oxygen (extended version)  (1977) (Level Headed)
Jon Anderson    New new world (2011) (Survival And Other Stories)
Jon & Vangelis    The friends of Mr Cairo (1981) (The Friends Of Mr Cairo)
Kitaro    Agreement (1992) (Dream)
Yes    South side of the sky (1972) (Fragile)
Gavin O’Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest    St Michael’s Mount + Tintagel (1998) (My Mother’s Country)
Jacques Loussier    Chorale No.1 (live, 1965) (Play Bach aux Champs-Elysees)
Emerson Lake and Palmer     Tank (1970) (Emerson, Lake and Palmer)
Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs    Most people I know (1972) (single only, The Complete Havoc Singles 1971 - 1973)
Gil Matthews    Gil’s thing (1971) (single only, The Complete Havoc Singles 1971 - 1973)
Cybotron    Implosion (1980)  (Implosion)
Rush    Test for echo + Analog kid + Roll the bones (live, 1997) (Different Stages - Live)
Healing Force    Golden Miles (1971) (single only / Golden Miles - Australian Progressive Rock 1969 - 1974)
Urtekk    Euphonics (2013) (Urtekk EP)

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