Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 231 – 18 October 2020

Edition 231 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio, (451 in total for the show), first broadcast 18 October 2020, is also here for you to listen to anytime you like or download. Another two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock.

This weeks show also includes a chance to win a great progressive rock CD and Kevan Furbank from The Progressive Aspect joins me to review the latest live album from Steve Hackett.

Here’s this week’s Playlist

1 Abel Ganz – Little by Little (Gratuitous Flash 2016 remix)
2 La Maschera di Cera – Il Cercio Del Comando (S.E.I.)
3 Verulium – Herald the New Age (Herald the New Age)
4 Jakko M Macszyk – Uncertain Times (Secrets & Lies)
5 Ozric Tentacles – Stripey Clouds (Space for the Earth)
6 Ozone Park – El Nino de Cuba (Fusion ReBirth)
7 Steve Hackett – The Battle of Epping Forest (Selling England by the Pound and Spectral Mornings – Live at Hammersmith)
8 King Gorm – Song from Brighter Days (King Gorm)
9 David Minasian – All In (The Sound of Dreams)
10 Collage – Power to the People (Twelve Songs of John Lennon)
11 The Enid – Something Wicked This Way Comes (Live at Claret Hall & Stonehenge)
12 Strawbs – Benedictus (Grave New World)
13 Potters Daughter – We Could Be (Casually Containing Rage)
14 Zeelley Moon – Tricks & Tragedy (Zeelley Moon)

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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