Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Christmas Special Playlist

The International Prog Rock Show's Progmas Special is full to the brim of prog artists who either have done Christmas songs, or Winter themed songs. Here is the full play list, with links, of the songs played during this special radio show, and don't forget - the radio show will repeat on Thursday December 30th at midnight EST on Sismico, and Friday December 31st at 2PM EST (8PM GMT) on UK70sProgRock.

1. Christmas Time, by Aside Beside (Tadj Mahall Gates, 2002)
2. …And Terry Takes the Christmas Song, by Beardfish (Jingle Beard)
3. Oh Holy Night, by Dream Theater (International Fan Club CD, 1996)
4. I Believe in Father Christmas, by ELP (I Believe in Father Christmas EP, 1995)
5. A Christmas Song, by Jethro Tull (Living in the Past, 1972)
6. Another Christmas Song, by Jethro Tull (Rock Island, 1989)
7. Little St. Nick, by Marillion (Pudding on the Ritz, 2008)
8. Birthday Card at Christmas, by Ian Anderson (Rupi's Dance, 2003)
9. An Escalator to Christmas, by IEM (The Complete IEM, 2010)
10. Early This Morning (Christmas Song), by Morild (Time to Rest, 2010)
11. New Year's Eve, by Pain of Salvation (One Hour by the Concrete Lake, 1998)
12. New Year's Day, by Mr. So & So (Sugarstealer, 2009)
13. A New Day Yesterday, by Jethro Tull (25th Anniversary Box Set, 1993)
14. For Winter, by Big Big Train (Bard, 2002)
15. Beneath the Veil of Winter's Face, by Mystery (Beneath the Veil of Winter's Face, 2007)
16. Before the Winter, by Gungfly (Please Be Quiet, 2009)
17. Wintersong, by Nice Beaver (On Dry Land, 2001)
18. Wintercoast, by Touchstone (Wintercoast, 2009)
19. Entering the Halls of Winter, by Hostsonaten (Winterthrough, 2008)
20. Midnight Snow, by Wishing Tree (Carnival of Souls, 1996)
22. The Sahara of Snow, Part 1 & 2, by Bruford (One of a Kind, 1979)
23. For Christ's Sake, by IQ (Seven Stories Into 98, 1998)
24. Ring Out Solstice Bells, by Jethro Tull (The Christmas Album, 2003)
25. Three Ships, by Jon Anderson (Three Ships, 1985)

Have a great holiday, and see you in the New Year. Our next radio show will be in the second or third week of January.

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