Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 298 (30 January 2022)
Edition 298 of THE PROG MILL – first broadcast 30 January 2022, is now also available to listen to anytime or download. Two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock. You can test your knowledge of the world of prog in our fun quick fire quiz as we ask “How Proggy Are You?!” (this week it’s another “guess the intro” edition), and this week’s album review from The Progressive Aspect sees David Edwards taking a listen to Mostly Autumn’s latest – Graveyard Star.
And this show also marks the 40th anniversary of my very first foray into presenting radio shows. Yes I obviously started as a toddler on Nursery FM!
This Week’s Playlist
1 Kalle Wallner – One (Voices)
2 How Far to Hitchin – Screams and Whispers (Screams and Whispers)
3 Sintesi Del Viaggio Di Es – Una Nuova Passegiata (Gli Alberi Di Stavropol)
4 DID – Locked Up (Dissociative Identity Disorder)
5 Anyone’s Daughter – Adonis Part 1 – Come Away (Adonis)
6 The Pineapple Thief – We Subside (Variations on a Dream)
7 Retreat From Moscow – I’m Alive (The World as We Knew It)
8 Judge Smith – Cooee (Old Man in a Hurry)
9 Mostly Autumn – Turn Around Slowly (Graveyard Star)
10 Jethro Tull – Songs from the Wood (Songs from the Wood)
11 Jethro Tull – The Zealout Gene (The Zealout Gene)
12 Pendragon – The Walls of Babylon (The Window of Life)
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