13 June, 2015

Playlist - 13 June 2015

This week, another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world. After 10pm it's happy 70th birthday to Mike Rudd with a healthy serving of music from his legendary Australian bands Spectrum and Ariel, and other birthdays this week include Chick Corea (Return To Forever), John Wetton (Asia, Family, King Crimson, Qango, UK, Uriah Heep and others) and Alan White (Yes).

Yes    Starship Trooper (1971) (The Yes Album)
Focus    Delitae musicae + Birth (1974) (Hamburger Concerto)
Return To Forever    Duel of the jester and the tyrant (1976)  (Romantic Warrior)
Chick Corea Akoustic Band    Spain (1989) (Chick Corea Akoustic Band)
Unitopia    Genesis medley (2013) (Covered Mirror Vol.1 Smooth As Silk)
Yes    The calling (1994) (Talk)
The Tangent    A spark in the aether (2015) (A Spark In The Aether)
Ozric Tentacles    Aura borealis (1999) (Waterfall Cities)
John Wetton    Battlelines (1994) (Battlelines)
King Crimson    Fracture (live, 1974) (USA)
Asia    Sole survivor (live, 1990) (Live In Moscow)
The Masters Apprentices    Melodies of St. Kilda/Southern Cross + Thyme to rhyme (1972) (A Toast To Panama Red)
Spectrum    I’ll be gone (1971) (single, alternate stereo version / bonus track on reissue of Part One)
Indelible Murtceps    We are indelible (1972) (Warts Up Your Nose / Ghosts: Post-Terminal Reflection)
Spectrum    What the world needs (is a new pair of socks) (1971) (Milesago)
Ariel    Some good advice (live) (1977) (More From Before / Ariel Live In Concert)
Ariel    Rock & roll scars (1975) (Rock & Roll Scars)
Spectrum    Sensible shoes + Right into you (live, 2003) (Forever Music presents: Series One – Seasons Of Change)
Spectrum    Second coming (live, 2001) (Queenscliff Music Festival - Alive)
Spectrum    I’ll be gone + You just can’t win (1970) (original acetate demos – bonus tracks on reissue of Part One)

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