22 July, 2016

Playlist - 23 July 2016

Tonight, on the last 3 hour edition of Seasons Of Change, another selection of progressive rock from around the world and from here in Australia, including recent releases from Ben Craven (Brisbane), Unitopia (Adelaide)  and Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest (Adelaide) as well as classic music from the early 1970's (Indelible Murtceps aka Spectrum). The Seasons Of Change Birthday Book has entries this weekend for guitarist Al Di Meola, Richard Davies (Supertramp) and Mick Pointer (drummer with veteran neo-Prog bands Marillion and Arena). Plus some music from the spectacularly-named Swedish band Beardfish who earlier this week announced they are disbanding.

Beardfish    Seventeen again (2012) (Void)
Beardfish    Tightrope (2011) (Mammoth)
Beardfish    Hold on (2015) (+4626 – Comfortzone)
Unitopia    The garden (live) (2011) (One Night In Europe)
Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest    Hadrian’s wall (1998) (My Mother’s Country)
Al Di Meola    Elegant Gypsy Suite (1982) (Tour De Force – “Live”)
Al Di Meola    African night (1983)  (Scenario)
Al Di Meola    Beyond the mirage (1998) (The Infinite Desire)
Supertramp    Casual conversations (1979) (Breakfast In America)
Supertramp    Downstream (live,1979) (Bonus track on reissue of Breakfast In America)
Supertramp    Cannonball (1985)  (Brother Where you Bound)
Supertramp    From now on (1977)  (Even In The Quietest Moments)
Alan Parsons    Return to Tunguska (2007) (A Valid Path)
Marillion    Garden party (1983) (Script For A Jester’s Tear)
Arena    Sirens (1996) (Pride)
Indelible Murtceps    We are indelible + Be my honey + But that’s alright (live, 1972) (Warts Up Your Nose – bonus tracks on reissue)
Indelible Murtceps    Esmerelda (1972) (Warts Up Your Nose)
Ben Craven    Revenge of Dr Komodo + Last chance to hear Part 2 (2016) (Last Chance To Hear)

Note: starting with the program on next Saturday night, 30 July 2016, Seasons Of Change will be running for 2 hours, from 8pm to 10pm. Be sure to check out PBA-FM's new program Wardy's Seattle and Beyond, from 10pm to Midnight.

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