27 December, 2014

Playlist - 27 December 2014

This week, another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and overseas, spending some time with some more interesting music from 2014. There's also selections from the musical legacy of Jack Bruce (Cream), John Gustafson (bass player and/or lead singer with various bands including Quatermass, the Ian Gillan Band and Roxy Music), Glen Cornick (Jethro Tull), and Jim Keays (The Masters Apprentices).

United Progressive Fraternity    The water (2014) (Fall In Love With The World)
Andy Jackson    Invisible colours + Brownian motion (2014) (Signal To Noise)
Nick Magnus    Time + Memory + Eminent Victorians (2014) (N’Monix)
Mostly Autumn    Not yours to take + Running (2014) (Dressed In Voices)
Cream    Crossroads (live) (1968) (Wheels Of Fire – Live side)
Jack Bruce    Never tell your mother she's out of tune (1969) (Songs For A Tailor)
Jack Bruce    Golden days (1974) (Out Of The Storm)
Quatermass    Black sheep of the family (1970) (Quatermass)
Roxy Music    Love is the drug (1975) (Siren)
Jethro Tull    Bouree (1969) (Stand Up)
The Masters Apprentices    Wars or hands of time (1966 / 1967) (B-side of first single “Undecided” / Masters Apprentices - reissue)
The Masters Apprentices    Living in a child’s dream (1967) (single only, bonus track on Masters Apprentices - reissue)
The Master’s Apprentices    I’m your satisfier (1971) (Choice Cuts)
The Master’s Apprentices    Melodies of St. Kilda/Southern Cross + Thyme to rhyme (1972) (A Toast To Panama Red)
The Master’s Apprentices    Because I love you (1971) (single, Nickelodeon)
Vanishing Point    Beyond redemption (Intro) + King of empty promises + Distant is the sun (2014) (Distant Is The Sun)
The Crimson Projekct    Frame by frame + Dinosaur (live) (2014) (Live In Tokyo)
Animals As Leaders    Air chrysalis (2014) (The Joy Of Motion)
The Angels    No secrets (1980) (Dark Room)
The Angels    Am I ever gonna see your face again (1976) (The Angels)
Sympathy Orchestra    Wire (2014) (Sword Machine)

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