04 October, 2014

Playlist - 4 October 2014

Don't forget the Open Day today at PBA-FM. By 8pm tonight, you might be ready to put your feet up and take in another edition of Seasons Of Change with a "best of breed" selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Anubis (Sydney), Ben Craven (Brisbane) and Unitopia (Adelaide) recorded live, plus some classic Spectrum, Sebastian Hardie and Healing Force.  And a little Kate Bush in honour of her last concerts this week - on the other side of the world - at the Hammersmith Odeon.

Rush    The Spirit of Radio (1980) (Permanent Waves)
Pink Floyd    Shine on you crazy diamond Pt.1 to 7 (1975 / 2001) (Wish You Were Here / Echoes)
Ozric Tentacles    Dance of the loomi (1994) (Arborescence)
Ben Craven    Great & terrible potions (2011) (Great & Terrible Potions)
Renaissance    Northern Lights (1978) (A Song For All Seasons)
Sebastian Hardie    Rosanna (1976) (The Four Moments / Four Moments Of The Windchase)
Spectrum    Trust me (1972) (Milesago)
Dream Theater    In the Presence of Enemies Part 1 (2007) (Systematic Chaos)
Liquid Tension Experiment    Kindred Spirits (1998) (Liquid Tension Experiment)
Dream Theater    In the Presence of Enemies Part 2 (2007) (Systematic Chaos)
Yes    Roundabout (single version) (1972) (Fragile)
Procol Harum    Wee small hours of sixpence (1968) (single, Shine On Brightly)
King Crimson    In the court of the crimson king (1969) (In The Court Of The Crimson King)
Anubis    The passing bell (Parts I – VI) (2011) (A Tower Of Silence)
Unitopia    More than a dream (live, 2011) (One Night In Europe)
Unitopia    Common Goal (2005) (More than a Dream)
Kate Bush    Wuthering Heights (1978) (The Kick Inside)
Peter Gabriel    Solsbury Hill (1977) (Peter Gabriel)
Healing Force    Golden Miles (1971) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
Genesis    Follow you follow me  (1978) (…And Then There Were Three)

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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