Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 371 (25 June 2023)

Edition 371 of THE PROG MILL (591 in total), first broadcast on Progzilla Radio 25 June 2023, is now also available to stream on demand or download. Two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock. This week I’m joined by Leo Trimming of The Progressive Aspect who reviews Ali Ferguson’s excellent album ‘The Contemplative Power of Water’, and our fun quickfire quiz tests your knowledge of prog albums from 1969.

This Week’s Playlist

1 Inner Prospekt – Scratches (Canvass Three)
2 Moon Station – Flyer (Flyer EP)
3 I Viaggi Di Madeleine – Poker (Tra Luce e Ombra)
4 Age of Distraction – Compromised (Single)
5 Thirteen of Everything – Timeline (Time and Other Delusions)
6 M-Opus – Valley of Elah (At The Mercy of Manannan)
7 Gerard – Empty Lie, Empty Dream (The Pendulum)
8 Ali Ferguson – Children of Men (The Contemplative Power of Water)
9 Ali Ferguson – The River Crows (The Contemplative Power of Water)
10 Moon Safari – Crossed The Rubicon (Lovers End)
11 Lifesigns – Ivory Tower (Altitude)
12 The Enigma Division – 1977 (The Enigma Division) Prog Mag Limelight Band
13 Colosseum II – Am I (Electric Savage)
14 Colin Towel – Soaring (Single)

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