04 January, 2014

Playlist - 4 January 2014

For tonight's Summer edition of "Seasons Of Change", to paraphrase the title of a very early Pink Floyd song, we...
 ...encountering the usual diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and overseas, or at least as much as can fit into 3 hours. This includes classic Australian music from Ayers Rock, Buffalo (recorded live in 1974), Madder Lake and Mandu (the former singer for guitar wizard Lobby Loyde). The Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band also make a well-deserved appearance as well as Dragon from NZ (in their 1974 guise as a "prog rock" band).

Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band    Your feet’s too big (Feb 1974) (Wangaratta Wahine / Boogie! Australian Blues R&B And Heavy Rock From The ‘70’s)
King Crimson    The night watch (Feb 1974) (Starless And Bible Black)
Steeleye Span    Thomas the Rhymer (Feb 1974) (Now We Are Six)
Madder Lake    Mother ship + Butterfly farm (Mar 1974)  (Butterfly Farm)
Camel    Nimrodel/The procession/The white rider (Mar 1974) (Mirage)
Genesis    I know what I like (in your wardrobe) (single, Mar 1974) (Selling England By The Pound)
Procol Harum    Nothing but the truth (Apr 1974) (Exotic Birds And Fruit)
Robin Trower    Too rolling stoned (Apr 1974) (Bridge Of Sighs)
Focus    Birth (May 1974) (Hamburger Concerto)
Premiata Forneria Marconi    The world became the world (1974) (The World Became The World)
Dragon    Universal Radio + Patina (Jun 1974) (Universal Radio)
Kansas    Journey from Mariabronn (Jun 1974, USA) (Kansas)
Barclay James Harvest    Child of the Universe (Jun 1974) (Everybody is Everybody Else)
Mandu    Darlin’ + We Ran Across the Sky (Sept 1974) (To The Shores Of His Heaven)
Traffic    Walking on the wind (Sept 1974) (Where The Eagle Flies)
Buffalo    Shylock (live 1974) (Volcanic Rock, bonus track on CD re-issue)
Jethro Tull    Bungle in the jungle (Oct 1974) (War Child)
Renaissance    Running hard (May 1974) (Turn of The Cards)
Ayers Rock    Big red rock (Dec 1974)  (Big Red Rock)

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