25 October, 2014

Playlist - 25 October 2014

This week, if you're not off to the Rolling Stones concert tonight, you can put your feet up and relax after a day at the Cheesefest in the Adelaide Parklands with another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and overseas, including recent music from Brisbane band Caligula's Horse, selections from the 2006 concept album by local group Gavin O’Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest ("A Celtic history of South Australia") and the ASO playing Pink Floyd from 2006. And it's happy birthday to singer Jon Anderson (Yes),  French jazz pianist Jacques Loussier and the multi-talented Gil Matthews (drummer with Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs, as well as house engineer/producer for Havoc Records; and more recently the guru behind the remastering and reissue of some classic Australian music from the 1970's).

A Mixed Cheese Platter:
 - Cheddar
 - Stilton
 - Mozzarella
Jon Anderson    New new world (2011) (Survival And Other Stories)
Vangelis (feat. Jon Anderson)    So long ago so clear (1975) (Heaven And Hell)
Yes    South side of the sky (1972) (Fragile)
Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest    Kapunda 1856 The Cornish Miners + The Burra 1861 + Gulnare 1872 Death Of The Last Born (2006) (Land Of The Vast Horizon)
Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs    Most people I know (1972) (single only, The Complete Havoc Singles)
Gil Matthews    Gil’s thing (1971) (single only, The Complete Havoc Singles)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track from Abbey Moor sessions)
Jacques Loussier    Prelude No.1 (1959) (Play Bach No.1)
Jacques Loussier    Chorale No.1 (live) (1965) (Play Bach aux Champs-Elysees)
The Nice    Brandenburger (1968) (single, Ars Longa Vita Brevis)
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra    Signs of life + Learning to fly + Another brick in the wall Pt.2 (live, 2006) (ASO Plays Pink Floyd)
Caligula’s Horse    A gift to afterthought (2013) (The Tide, The Thief & River's End)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)

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