17 May, 2014

Playlist - 17 May 2014

This week, another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring a hefty serving of more recent music from the Australian bands Breaking Orbit and Sebastian Hardie. And there's a brace of birthdays this weekend, including guitarist Andrew Latimer (English band Camel), keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman (Yes), celtic chillout queen Enya, drummer Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson, UK, etc) and oz rock guitar wizard Lobby Loyde (The Wild Cherries, The Colored Balls, Billy Thorpe's Aztecs, etc).

Camel    Lies (1981) (Nude)
Camel    Hymn to her (1979) (I Can See Your House From Here)
Camel    Sasquatch (1982) (The Single Factor)
The Wild Cherries    I’m the sea (stop killing me) (1971) (Single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
The Wild Cherries    Krome plated yabby (1967) (single only / Down Under Nuggets)
The Wild Cherries    G.O.D (Guitar OverDose) (live, ABC TV, 1970) (The GTK Tapes Vol.1)
Lobby Loyde & Southern Electric    Fist of Is: a) At the Colosseum; b) The Fist Falls (1976)  (Obsecration)
Breaking Orbit    Time traveller (2012) (The Time Traveller)
Rick Wakeman    Catherine of Aragon (1973) (The Six Wives Of Henry VIII)
Rick Wakeman    Merlin the magician (1975) (The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table)
Rick Wakeman    Tubular balls (1995) (Cirque Surreal)
Enya    Only time (2000)  (A Day Without Rain)
Enya    Watermark + Orinoco flow (1988)  (Watermark)
Sebastian Hardie    Art of life + Another string (2012) (Blueprint)
Sebastian Hardie    Rosanna (1976) (Four Moments / Four Moments Of The Windchase)
Bill Bruford’s Earthworks    My heart declares a holiday (1987) (Earthworks)
King Crimson    Red (1974) (Red)
Yes    Five percent for nothing (1972) (Fragile)
Yes    Siberian khatru (1972) (Close To The Edge)
Dave Gilmour    Shine on you crazy diamond + Astronomy domine (live, 2006) (Live In Gdansk)
Dave Gilmour    The blue (2006) (On an Island)
Sympathy Orchestra    Mystic peanut (2014) (Sword Machine)

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