Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 323 (24 July 2022)

Episode 323 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (543 in total), first broadcast 24 July 2022, is now also available to listen to on demand or download. Two hours of superb melodic & symphonic progressive rock. Also this week, a special edition of our fun quiz “How Proggy Are You?!” as the reviewer (Leo Trimming of The Progressive Aspect” faces off with the musician (Peter Jones of Tiger Moth Tales/Camel etc), and this weeks album review sees Jez Rowden taking a listen to Urskog by Swedish legends Kaipa.

This Week’s Playlist

1 Red Bazar – State of Disgrace (Inverted Reality)
2 Major Parkinson – Saturday Night (Valesa Chapter 1)
3 Magellan – 25 or 6 to 4 (Single)
4 Whitecave – Shellshock (Times of Trouble)
5 ArtefacTron – Tiempo Y Espacio (ArtefacTron)
6 Ray Wilson – The Weight of Man (The Weight of Man)
7 Ebony Buckle – Wonder (Disco Lasers)
8 The Gathering – Black is Magnified (Beautiful Distortion)
9 Sun’s Signature – Apples (Sun’s Signature)
10 Kaipa – In The Wastelands of My Mind (Urskog)
11 Kaipa – In a World of Pines (Urskog)
12 Pete Jones – Light (Live at the Prog Mill) (A Song of Spring)
13 Saga – Tired World Chapter Six (Saga)

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