Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 289 (28 November 2021)
Edition 289 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (509 in total), first broadcast 28 November 2021, is now also available to listen to anytime or download.
Two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock. Also this week includes a tribute to David Longdon of Big Big Train (which starts at the one hour point) including Leo Trimming’s tribute on behalf of The Progressive Aspect. You can also test your knowledge of the wonderful world of prog in our fun, quick fire quiz as we ask “How Proggy Are You?!” (it’s a guess the intro edition), and (if listening in time) you can win the fantastic new album by North East proggers GLACIER.
Here’s This Week’s Playlist
1 Big Big Train – On The Racing Line (Grimspound)
2 Maailmanpuu – Kohti Valoa (Kohti Valoa)
3 Nick Magnus – Three Tall Towers (Catharsis)
4 Glacier – Lament for Persephone (Island in the Sky)
5 Plenty – The Blessed Ones (Enough)
6 Amanda Kim Sanderson – The Old Water Wheel (Automatic Karma Situation)
7 Kayak – Phantom of the Night (Phantom of the Night)
8 A Gardening Club Project – My Muse and I (Overture) (The Blue Door)
9 Martin Orford (feat David Longdon) – Ray of Hope (The Old Road)
10 Big Big Train – The Transit of Venus Across The Sun (Folklore)
11 The TPA Tribute to David Longdon with Leo Trimming (feat excerpts from Peter Jones – Last Train, BBT – Victorian Brickwork & BBT – Hedgerows)
12 Led Zeppelin – What Is and What Should Never Be (Led Zeppelin II)
13 Porcupine Tree – Time Flies (The Incident)
14 Gnarbot – Origin (Origin)
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