Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 196 (9 February 2020)

Edition 196 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (416 in total), first broadcast 9 February 2020, can now also be streamed on demand, or you can download it to your computer, mobile or mp3 player. Two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock, including the first radio play of Ancestors and Satellites from John Holden’s forthcoming new album Rise and Fall, and the latest review from The Progressive Aspect which takes a listen to the latest Dandelion Charm album Maybe Dreamers.

Here’s This Weeks Playlist

1 The Quiet Life Project – A Word to the Wise (A History of the World)
2 Guranfoe – Eventide (Sum of Erda)
3 Castanarc – Quest for Eternity (Water from the Well)
4 M-Opus – The Big Swindle (Origins)
5 Nektar – Y Cant I B More Like U (The Other Side)
6 John Holden – Ancestors and Satellites (Rise and Fall)
7 Anubis – Sirens (Homeless)
8 Dandelion Charm – Maybe Dreamers (Maybe Dreamers)
9 Warmrain – Here Comes The Rain Again (Back Above the Clouds)
10 We Are Kin – Circles (Bruised Sky)
11 Moonshot – The Great Electric Teenage Dream (Worlds of Yesterday)
12 Picasso’s Dream – Notion (Single)
13 Jethro Tull – We Used to Know (Stand Up)
14 Locanda delle Fate – Forse Le Lucciole Non Si Amano Piu (Title track)

You can hear The Prog Mill on Progzilla Radio at these times every week (www.progzilla.com/listen – via the tune in radio app and on internet radios):

Sundays 10pm – Midnight UK (2200UTC) – main broadcast
Tuesdays 0300-0500 UK (0300UTC) – For North America – Mon 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern
Tuesdays 2300-0100UK (2300 UTC) – 1500 Pacific/1800 Eastern
Saturdays 6-8pm UK (1800 UTC) – Family friendly Saturday evening repeat

Your melodic and symphonic progressive rock music suggestions for the show are very welcome. Just email shaun@progzilla.com, or message via twitter @shaunontheair or facebook.com/theprogmill

NEXT WEEK – Join me for an album launch special for John Holden’s Rise and Fall album – including interviews, tracks from the album and a TPA Review. Plus loads of other great proggy tunes!