18 October, 2014

Playlist - 18 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 Kettlespider (Melbourne), Quiet Child (Adelaide) and the eclectic Resonaxis (Sydney), plus some classic music from Flake and Tully. With Devin Townsend in Adelaide for a guitar clinic on Thursday, tonight features some of his "wall of sound" music. And it's happy birthday this weekend to the fine lyricist Keith Reid who has written lyrics for Procol Harum songs since 1967, and who in his spare time away from Procol has put words in the mouths of many singers including Robin Trower, Peter Frampton and John ("You're the voice") Farnham.

Jethro Tull    Look at the animals (1973/1993) (Nightcap)
DeeExpus    Maybe September (2012) (King Of Number 33)
The Wishing Tree    Hollow Hills (2009) (Ostara)
Procol Harum    A salty dog (1969) (A Salty Dog)
Procol Harum    The mark of the claw (1977) (Something Magic)
Procol Harum    A whiter shade of pale (1967) (single only)
Tully    Sea of joy Part 1 + Thank you + Brother sun + Sea of joy Part 2 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
Ocean Machine    Seventh wave (1997) (Biomech)
Devin Townsend    Deep peace (2001) (Terria)
Devin Townsend    The greys + Tall latte (2007) (Ziltoid The Omnisient)
Ozric Tentacles    Plurnstyle (1995) (Become The Other)
Hawkwind    Aerospace age (2013) (Onward)
Resonaxis    Monsignor Loss + Mysterium (2012) (Hymnarium)
Kettlespider    Reflections (2012) (Avadante)
Quiet Child    Conditions + The coming storm (2013) (The Coming Storm)
Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)    Alta Loma Nine Till Five (live, 1974) (Cook)
Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)    The world became the world (1974) (The World Became The World)
Flake    Under the silent tree (1971) (How’s Your Mother)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)

Resonaxis - " the only known rock band in the world with a pipe organist and choral singer in their line-up.":


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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