Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 340 (20 November 2022)

Autumnal Park. Autumn Trees and Leaves. Fall

Edition 340 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (560 in total), first broadcast 20 November 2022, is now also available to stream on demand or download. As always we bring you two hours of superb melodic and symphonic prog from around the world. This week’s album review from The Progressive Aspect sees Leo Trimming taking a listen to Inverted Reality by Red Bazar, and our fun quickfire quiz invites you to identify five Welsh prog bands by hearing just a few seconds of each.

This Week’s Playlist

1 Pendragon – The Third World in the UK (Fallen Dreams & Angels & All The Loose Ends)
2 Fluctus Quadratum – Acquiescence II (The First Wave)
3 Doug Woods & Colin Powell – The Expedition (The Chronicles of Mr Denks and Mr Klade – The Lost City)
4 For Absent Friends – Between The Lines (Disappear)
5 Dave Brons – Song of the Earth (Return to Arda)
6 Pennies By The Pound – San Francisco Skyline (Heat Death of the Universe)
7 Minimum Vital – L’Invitation (Esprit D’Amor)
8 Red Bazar – Smokescreen (Inverted Reality)
9 Ruby Dawn – Breakdown (Single)
10 Falling Edge – Just One More Wish (Final Dissent – Into Madness?)
11 Shooting Star – Last Chance (Shooting Star)
12 Strawbs – Queen of Dreams (Grave New World)
13 Big Big Train – This Is Where We Came In (Bard)
14 Peter Gabriel – Moribund The Burgermeister (Peter Gabriel)

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