Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 339 – 13 November 2022


Edition 339 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (559 in total), first broadcast 13 November 2022, is now available to listen to on demand or download. Another two hours of superb melodic & symphonic progressive rock from around the world. This week’s album review from The Progressive Aspect sees Graham Thomas taking a listen to ‘The Myth of the Mostrophus’ by Ryo Okumoto, and our fun quickfire quiz invites you to identify five Scottish prog bands by hearing a few seconds of each.

This Week’s Playlist

1 Tiger Moth Tales – Toad of Toad Hall (Live) (A Visit to Oxfordshire)
2 Reale Accademia Di Musica – Ascesa Al Fuji (Lame Di Duce)
3 Manticore – New Horizon (Elements)
4 Procession – Frontiera Suite 2 (Esplorare)
5 Toxic Smile – Love Without Creation (7)
6 Djam Karet – Lost But Not Forgotten (The Devouring)
7 The Prophets of Zarquon – The Barrow (Omega Wave) (Solstice)
8 Ryo Okumoto – Mirror Mirror (The Myth of the Mostrophus)
9 Ryo Okumoto – Maximum Velocity (The Myth of the Mostrophus)
10 Flowers – Sons (Icehouse)
11 Paul Gunn – Atlantic Drift (Prog Mill Mix) (A Beekeepers Garden)
12 Mostly Autumn – Storms Over Still Water (Storms Over Still Water)
13 Yes – A Venture (The Yes Album)
14 Porcupine Tree – Dignity (Closure/Continuation)

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