The Prog Mill/TPA Peter Jones Special

The PETER JONES SPECIAL with guest presenter Leo Trimming of the Progressive Aspect, aired on Progzilla Radio 15 May 2022, is now also available to stream on demand or download.

This beautifully compiled two hour show features music from across Pete’s impressive career so far, from Tiger Moth Tales to his collaborations with bands and artists such as Camel, Red Bazar, John Holden, Lee Abraham, Cyan and Magenta.


1 Tiger Moth Tales – Holi (A Song of Spring)
2 Tiger Moth Tales – A Visit to Chigwick (Cocoon)
3 Pete Jones – More Fool Me (Genesis cover)
4 Tiger Moth Tales – Hygge (Single edit) (The Depths of Winter)
5 Tiger Moth Tales – Toad of Toad Hall (Story Tellers Part 2)
6 Tiger Moth Tales – Light (A Song of Spring)
7 Camel – Long Goodbyes (Live) (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
8 Red Bazar – Temple (Things as They Appear)
9 Red Bazar – City and the Stars (Tales from the Bookcase)
10 John Holden – High Line (Circles in Time)
11 Lee Abraham – Excerpt from Counting Down) (Only Human)
12 Cyan – Don’t Turn Away (For King and Country)
13 Tiger Moth Tales – Victorian Brickwork (Live) (The Mad Mothster’s Tea Party 2017)
14 Magenta with David Longdon & Pete Jones – Spectral Mornings (Angels and Damned)
15 Tiger Moth Tales – Blackbird (The Whispering of the World)
16 Tiger Moth Tales – Don’t Let Go, Feels Alright (Cocoon)
17 Tiger Moth Tales – Still Alive (Still Alive)

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