Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 237 – 29 November 2020

Edition 237 of THE PROG MILL from Progzilla Radio (457 in the life of the show), first broadcast 29 November 2020, is now also available to listen to anytime you like or download as a mp3. Another two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock, including two reviews from The Progressive Aspect, as Bob Mulvey reviews the new Kimmo Porsti album Wayfarer, and Leo Trimming takes a listen to the superb Life of the Honeybee album from Abel Ganz. And another Prog Mill CD Giveaway with a chance to win the forthcoming new Naryan album The Withering.

Here’s This Week’s Playlist

1 Marathon – Puppets (Mark Kelly’s Marathon)
2 Millenium – Envy (The Sin)
3 Kaprekar’s Constant – The Night Watchman (Depth of Field)
4 Naryan – Now You’re Gone/IV (The Withering)
5 Kimmo Porsti – Heaven’s Gate (Wayfarer)
6 Julius Project – Clouds Pts 1 and 2 (Cut The Tongue)
7 Mainhorse – Pale Sky (Mainhorse)
8 Sylvan – The Colours Changed (Posthumous Silence)
9 Abel Ganz – Sepia and White (The Life of the Honeybee and Other Moments of Clarity)
10 Windchase – Glad to be Alive (Symphinity)
11 Earth and Fire – Storm and Thunder (Song of the Marching Children)
12 Naryan – Hear Me Now (The Withering)

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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