11 October, 2014

Playlist - 11 October 2014

This week, another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Adelaide bands Dyssidia and Like Leaves, plus Mushroom Giant (Melbourne) and The Lammas Tide (Perth) and an entree sized serving of the eclectic '70's band Rainbow Theatre.

Camel    Rhayader (single edit) (1975) (The Snow Goose)
The Orb and David Gilmour    Spheres side: Es Vedra / Hymns to the Sun (Reprise) / Olympic / Chicago Dub / Bold Knife Trophy (2010) (Metallic Spheres)
Anathema    Anathema (2014) (Distant Satellites)
Porcupine Tree    Stranger by the minute (1999) (Stupid Dream)
Dyssidia    Deja senti (2013) (Quiet Waters EP)
Karnivool    The Caudal Lure (2009)  (Sound Awake)
Like Leaves    Dancing on glass + Fruit (2011) (Like Leaves)
Genesis    The Cinema Show (1973) (Selling England By The Pound)
Steve Hackett    Clocks (the angel of Mons) (1979) (Spectral Mornings)
Curved Air    Marie Antoinette + Cheetah (1972) (Phantasmagoria)
Rainbow Theatre    Petworth House (1975) (The Armada)
Triumvirat    Illusions on a double dimple (1973) (Illusions On A Double Dimple)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    A time and a place + From the beginning (live, 1997) (Then & Now)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Hoedown (1972) (Trilogy)
Mushroom Giant    Aesong (2012) (The Drake Equation EP)
The Lammas Tide    Soldier of the sun (2014) (Soldier Of The Sun, single)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)

Also on PBA-FM, Monday nights (8:30pm) and Friday mornings (9:05am):

"Creative Male Ageing" - 12 programs starting from Monday 29 September, challenging conventions and exploring new options for older men. Produced at PBA FM in Adelaide South Australia, with support from the Office for the Ageing, Department of Health and Ageing, Government of South Australia. More information about this thought provoking 12 program series is at the program website: http://www.creativemaleageing.com/

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