Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 301 (20 February 2022)

Edition 301 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (521 in total), first broadcast 20 February 2022, is now also available to listen to anytime or download. Another two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock. This week’s review from The Progressive Aspect sees Mel Allen taking a listen to the new Motorpsycho album ‘Kingdom of Oblivion’, and our fun quick fire proggy quiz invites you to identify five Genesis albums by hearing snippets of a track from each one.

The Playlist

1 The Flower Kings – The Great Pretender (By Royal Decree)
2 Kaprekar’s Constant – A Silent Drum (The Murder Wall)
3 Tiger Moth Tales – Spring Fever (A Song of Spring)
4 The Kite Experiment – The Bridge (Atmospherics)
5 Blaudzun – Closer (Lonely City Exit Wounds)
6 Electro Compulsive Therapy – Blackstar (Electro Compulsive Therapy)
7 Kisaragi Station – Fool’s Mate (First Flame)
8 Motorpsycho – Kingdom of Oblivion (Kingdom of Oblivion)
9 Abacus – Highland Warrior Part 2 (Highland Warrior)
10 Amarok – The Orb (Hero)
11 Geof Whitely Project – Force of Someone (Transatlantic)
12 Spock’s Beard – Wind At My Back (Snow)
13 Wishbone Ash – Valediction (Pilgrimage)

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Your melodic and symphonic progressive rock music suggestions for the show are very welcome. Just email shaun@progzilla.com, or message via twitter @shaunontheair or facebook.com/theprogmill