Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 328 (28 August 2022)

Edition 328 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (548 in total), first broadcast 28 August 2022, is now also available to stream on demand or download. Two hours of superb melodic & symphonic progressive rock. This week you can test your knowledge of the world of prog in our fun quickfire quiz, and David Edwards of The Progressive Aspect reviews the new album by Lonely Robot.

The Playlist

The playlist for last night’s PROG MILL (#328 for Progzilla Radio and 548 in total), first broadcast Sunday 28 August 2022, was:

1 Pendragon – Chase The Jewel (Remastered 2022) (Fallen Dreams & Angels & All The Loose Ends)

Tribute to Eric Bouillette
2 Nine Skies – Smiling Stars (5.20 Special Edition)
3 Solace Supplice – Les Miradors (Liturgies Contemporaines)

4 Obiymy Doschu – Fading Autumn (Elehia)
5 The Ancestry Program – Gusty Ghost (Mysteciti Ambassadors Part 1)
6 Fascination Curve – Dip Them in Gold (Corona Time in Amerika)
7 Arctic Plant – Brothers and Sisters (A Wandering Mind)

TPA Review – David Edwards – Lonely Robot – A Model Life
8 Lonely Robot – Starlit Stardust (A Model Life)
9 Lonely Robot – Rain Kings (A Model Life)

10 Jupu – Tayttymys (Umpeen Kasvoitat Polut)
11 Big Scenic Nowhere – Lavender Bleu (The Long Morrow)
12 The Prog Collective – Year of the Cat (Songs We Were Taught)
13 IQ – Sacred Sound (Dark Matter)

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