Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 369 (11 June 2023)
Edition 369 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (589 in total), first broadcast 11 June 2023, is now also available to listen to anytime you like or download. Two hours of superb melodic and symphonic progressive rock. This week I’m joined by Richard Swan of The Progressive Aspect who reviews Steve Hackett’s album ‘Darktown’, and our fun quickfire quiz invites you to identify five prog albums from 1975 by hearing just a few seconds of each.
This Week’s Playlist
1 Pendragon – Part III Phoenician Skies (North Star)
2 Cen-Projekt – Peter (Pride)
3 The Forty Days – Under The Trees (Beyond The Air)
4 Viriditas – Wings of Starlight (Single)
5 Beatrix Players – Starts Again (Living and Alive)
6 Comedy of Errors – The Seventh Seal (Threnody for a Dead Queen)
7 Steve Hackett – Days of Long Ago (Darktown)
8 Steve Hackett – Dreaming With Open Eyes (Darktown)
9 Steve Hackett – Twice Around The Sun (Darktown)
10 Under The Sun – The Golden Voyage (Under The Sun)
11 Cairo – Jumping On The Moon (Nemesis)
12 Us and Them – Home To Stay (An Introduction to Us and Them) *Prog Magazine Limelight Spot
13 Genesis – Dance on a Volcano (A Trick of the Tail)
14 Dixie Dregs – Take It Off The Top (What If)
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Don’t forget to join THE PROG MILL next time as Leo Trimming stands in with a Riverside special. First airing Sunday 25 June at 10pm UK.