Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 287 (14 November 2021)

Edition 287 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (507 in total), first broadcast 14 November 2021, is now also available to listen to anytime or download as a mp3 file. Two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock. This week’s show also includes our fun quick fire quiz ‘How Proggy Are You’ with a difference as we ask you to identify the intro’s to five well known progressive rock tracks, and this week’s review from The Progressive Aspect sees Leo Trimming taking a listen to Suite Cryptique by Twelfth Night’s Clive Mitten.

This Week’s Playlist

1 Clive Nolan & Oliver Wakeman – A Descent into Madness (Dark Fables)
2 This Winter Machine – Pleasure and Purpose (Kites)
3 Rovescio Della Medaglia – Sodoma XY (La Bibbia 50th anniversary edition)
4 Glacier – The Icing on the Wake (Island in the Sky)
5 Bernard & Porsti – Like an Endless Sea (Robinson Crusoe)
6 Peggy’s Leg – Variations for Huxley (Grinilla)
7 Sandrose – To Take Him Away (Sandrose)
8 Brain Echoes – Time Capsule (Blackbird – On A White Oak Tree)
9 Alux Nahual – Un Minuto De Ilusion (Alux Nahual)
10 Clive Mitton – Part Four – Fact and Fiction (Suite Cryptique – Recomposing Twelfth Night 1978-1983)
11 David Minasian – Summers End (Random Dreams – The Very Best of David Minasian Volune 1)
12 Leslie Hunt – Don’t Make Me Come Back There (Descend)
13 Kornmo – Jutulhoggett (Fimbulvinter)

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