Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 294 (2 January 2022)

Edition 294 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (514 in total), first broadcast 2 January 2022, is now also available to stream on demand or download. Another two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock. Also this week, Phil Lively from The Progressive Aspect reviews the 2020 album ‘A Trace of Memory’ by Sanguine Hum, and you can test your knowledge of the world of progressive rock in our fun quiz as we ask “How Proggy Are You?” – with a difference this week as we challenge you to identify five well known prog tracks from hearing just a few seconds from the middle of the track.

And on this week’s Playlist

1 Public Service Broadcasting – Im Licht (Bright Magic)
2 Starfish 64 – Birdsong (Single)
3 Monarch Trail – Canyon Song – Wither Down)
4 Project Patchwork – Yearning for Confraternity (Re I Flection)
5 Camel – Watching the Bobbins (Harbour of Tears)
6 Anglagard – Ifran Klarhet Till Klarhet (Hybris)
7 Budgie – You Know I’ll Always Love You (Never Turn Your Back on a Friend)
8 Daniel Tompkins – Saved (Castles)
9 Perfect Storm – Minds Eye (No Air)
10 Sanguine Hum – The Yellow Ship (A Trace of Memory)
11 Geoff Proudley – Fuse (Tales from Strange Travels)
12 Venus Loon – Marianne Still Dreams (Adios Vegas)
13 Marillion – Estonia (With Friends from the Orchestra)
14 Mostly Autumn – The Night Sky (For All We Shared)

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