On Friday the 26th of April's International Prog Rock Show, heard live on UK70s Prog Rock Radio Station, we had a bit of catching up to do. A host of new releases have come out in the apst few months, and since the last show was dedicated to the wonderful Nine Stones Close, we hadn't had time to play most of the new 2013 releases. We also had a live review from Andrew Woods of the Jolly and Riverside shows in England.
In the first half hour we played the wonderful Snow Goose by Camel since they have recently announced that they will be touring this album for its 40th Anniversary! The radio show will repeat next Friday on UK70s Prog Rock at 2PM Easter (7PM in the UK).
Here is the play list:
1. The Great Marsh / Rhayader / Rhayader Goes to Town / Sanctuary / Fritha / The Snow Goose / Friendship, by Camel (A Live Record (RM 2002), 1978)
2. Breathe, by Silhouette (Across the Rubicon, 2012)
3. Guidance Three, by Jolly (The Audio Guide to Happiness Part II, 2013)
4. You Against the World, by Jolly (The Audio Guide to Happiness Part II, 2013)
5. Despite the Shell, by Jolly (The Audio Guide to Happiness Part II, 2013)
6. Escalator Shrine, by Riverside (Shrine of New Generation Slaves, 2013)
7. Aeons, Parts I & II, by Verbal Delirium (From the Small Hours of Weakness, 2013)
8. Welcome to the Future, by Seconds Before Landing (The Great Deception, 2013)
9. Solitary Man, by Seconds Before Landing (The Great Deception, 2013)
10. Fanfare for the Broken Hearted, by Comedy of Errors (Fanfare & Fantasy, 2013)
11. The Answer, by Comedy of Errors (Fanfare & Fantasy, 2013)
12. Avalon Part I, by The Minstrel's Ghost (The Road to Avalon, 2012)
13. Camelot, by The Minstrel's Ghost (The Road to Avalon, 2012)
14. The Wheel, by Amplifier (Echo Street, 2013)
15. Echo Street, by Amplifier (Echo Street, 2013)
16. Mellow Days, by Camelias Garden (You Have a Chance, 2013)
17. The Absolute Truth, by Worldengine (Dark Matters, 2013)
18. Letters of a Deadman, Parts I to IV, by Apple Pie (The Gates of Never, 2013)
As always, if you love the music, purchase the CDs either through the linked websites or at your favorite retailer.