Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 366 (21 May 2023)

Stunning pictures of the great British coastline. Photos of Burgh Island and Hope Cove along the Devon Coast. These photos encapsulate the beauty hidden within the British Coastal Areas.

Edition 366 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (586 in total), first broadcast 21 May 2023, is now also available to stream on demand or download as a mp3 file. Another two hours of superb progressive rock old and new. This week David Edwards from The Progressive Aspect joins me to review the highly acclaimed second album from Andy Foster’s progressive rock project KITE PARADE, and our fun quick fire quiz asks you to identify five prog albums from 1978 by hearing just a few seconds of each.

This Week’s Playlist

1 Spriggan Mist – The Portal (Single)
2 K’Mono – Tell Me The Lore (Mind Out of Mind)
3 Cen-ProjekT – Pride (Pride)
4 Aviram Tzur – Intrinsic Home (Moving Aloud)
5 Hats Off Gentlemen It’s Adequate – Burn The World (Single)
6 Conqueror – On The Turning Away (20 Years of Games)
7 Android – Another Midnight Ball (Another Midnight Ball)
8 Maschine – A New Reality (Naturalis)
9 Kite Parade – Shadows (Retro)
10 Kite Parade – Under The Same Sun (retro)
11 The Mousetrap Factory – The Waiting/Monologue (The Beauty of Routine)
12 Clark Hutchinson – Free to be Stoned (Retribution)
13 Stackridge – No-one’s More Important Than The Earthworm (Extravaganza)
14 Polinski – Telex From Midi City (Telex From Midi City) * Prog Mag Limelight Feature

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