Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 233 – 1 November 2020

Edition 233 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (453 in total), first broadcast 1st November 2020, can now also be listened to anytime or downloaded. Just click on the link below where a full playlist is also included.

On this weeks show, Dave Cookson of The Progressive Aspect reviews the latest Glass Hammer album, and you can win the new album on CD from Looking Glass Lantern. Plus two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock.

Here’s This Week’s Playlist

1 Pymlico – Heliotrope (On This Day)
2 The Wood Demons – Angels of Peckham Rye (Angels of Peckham Rye)
3 Starfish 64 – Mr O’Brayne (The Crimson Cabinet)
4 Looking Glass Lantern – The Great Tea Race of 1866 (A World of Great Invention)
5 Mysia – Battlefield (Bike Travelling Snapshots)
6 Coma Rossi – Mirage (Coma Rossi)
7 Glass Hammer – Terminus (Dreaming City)
8 Barclay James Harvest – The World Goes On (Octoberon)
9 Constantine – Matilda of the Meadow (In Memory of a Summer Day)
10 ESP Project – – Quiet Days Louder (ESP Featuring…)
11 22 Layers – Travelling Alone (Single)
12 Steve Hackett – The Steppes (Defector)
13 The Neutrons – Going to India (Black Hole Star)

You can hear The Prog Mill on Progzilla Radio at these times every week (www.progzilla.com/listen – via the tune in and other internet radio apps and platforms – or ask your smart speaker to “Play Radio Progzilla on Tune-In”) :

Sundays 10pm – Midnight UK (2200UTC) – main broadcast
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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