01 November, 2013

Playlist - 2 November 2013

This week, 2 days after Halloween, a creepier than usual serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and overseas, with music from Dream Theater, Jethro Tull, Gentle Giant and the not so soothing tones of Peter Hammill with Van der Graaf Generator. Plus an hour of generally downbeat music from Australian bands Anubis, Kettlespider and Hibernal. But amidst all the witches, ghosts, vampires and general paganism, it's also happy birthday to keyboard wizard Keith Emerson and wide-ranging contemporary genius Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree and assorted other pastimes).

Lou Reed    Perfect day (1972) (Transformer)
Affinity    Three sisters (1970) (Affinity)
Jethro Tull    The witches promise (1970) (single only  / M.U. The Best Of)
Dream Theater    Forsaken (2007) (Systematic Chaos)
The Alan Parsons Project    (The System Of) Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether + To one in paradise (1976) (Tales Of Mystery And Imagination)
Atomic Rooster    Death walks behind you (1971) (Death Walks Behind You)
Gentle Giant    Black cat (1971) (Acquiring The Taste)
Van der Graaf Generator    Darkness 11/11 (1970) (The least we can do is wave to each other)
Anubis    Tower of silence + Weeping willow + And I wait for my world to end (2011) (Tower Of Silence)
Hibernal    Losing touch + No turning back (2013) (The Machine)
Kettlespider    Revelations + New eyes (2012) (Avadante)
Flake    Under the silent tree (1971) (How’s Your Mother)
Bakery    Dying in the dark (1971) (Single only, Golden Miles - Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
The Nice    America (1968) (single / Nice Hits Nice Bits)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    The three fates (1970) (Emerson Lake & Palmer)
Emerson Lake & Powell    Touch and go (1993) (The Sprocket Sessions)
Porcupine Tree    Waiting Phase One + Waiting Phase Two + Dislocated day (live, 1997) (Coma Divine – Recorded Live In Rome)
Steven Wilson    Drive home (2013) (The Raven That Refused To Sing)
The Lammas Tide    The Devil’s stone (2011) (High Tide)

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