Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 285 (31 October 2021)
Edition 285 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (505 in total), first broadcast 31 October 2021, is now also available to listen to anytime or download.
Another 2 hours of beautiful melodic and symphonic progressive rock, mainly chosen by our amazing listeners. Plus this week’s album review from The Progressive Aspect and (if listening before Midnight Tues 2 Nov) a chance to win a digital download of the new Looking Glass Lantern album.
Here’s This Week’s Playlist
1 Public Service Broadcasting – Der Rhythmus Der Maschinen (Bright Magic)
2 Werwolf – Die Reise Ins Land Der Flugschweine (Creation)
3 Locanda Delle Fate – Ojkitawe (Homo Homini Lupus)
4 Looking Glass Lantern – Consort of Instruments (The Country House Weekend)
5 7Even Bridges – Invincible Pt 2 (Million Voices)
6 John Wilkinson – Stranded (Single)
7 Avawaves – Chrysalis (Chrysalis)
8 Dikajee – Gloomy Flowers Blooming (Forget Me Nots)
9 Meer – All At Sea (Playing House)
10 The Enid – One and the Many (Invicta)
11 Merchants Vice – Reason to Change (Amber)
12 Eric Woolfson – Freudiana (Freudiana)
13 John Miles & Marti Webb – There But For The Grace Of God (Freudiana)
14 Dark Beauty – Demon (Between Sixes and Sevens)
15 The Quiet Life Project – Black and White (The Age of Melancholia)
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