Hi everyone! this week's show concentrated on the CRS Awards, so for the first two hours we had music from the winning bands. Which left the last hour for new music. After having aired on Sismico and UK70s Prog Rock internet radio stations this past week, the show is now available for download (Podcast no longer available). Newswise, the big news this week was that Phil Collins decided to retire from the music business. Originally reported last Saturday, the news was somewhat changed from what I originally read out on the radio show. Phil Collins now says that he wants to spend more time with his family. Of course, the fact that he has to tape his drumsticks to his fingers to be able to play is also a reason. I wish him a great retirement, well deserved, as he was for a long time the hardest working drummer in the music business.
Oh, and by the way, during the show I say that I will get back to you with the title of the next Pendragon album, but I never do, so here it is: the CD will be called Passion, and I reeally am looking forward to it.
The playlist is as follows:
1. For All We Shared, by Mostly Autumn (Go Well Diamond Heart, 2010)
2. Go Well Diamond Heart, by Mostly Autumn (Go Well diamond Heart, 2010)
3. Satellite, by Panic Room (Satellite, 2010)
4. Sandstorm, by Panic Room (Satellite, 2010)
5. Comatose, by Pendragon (Pure, 2008)
6. Change, Part II, by arK (Wild Untamed Imaginings, 2010)
7. Stronger Than Friction, by IQ (Frequency, 2009)
8. XXV, Part I: Twenty-Five Good Honest Men, by Pallas (XXV, 2011)
9. Rainland, by Tiny Fish (Big Red Spark, 2010)
10. Metamorphosis, by Curved Air (Air Cut, 1973)
11. The Battle of Epping Forest, by Genesis (Selling England by the Pound, 1973)
12. Unorthodox Behaviour, by Brand X (Unorthodox Behaviour, 1976)
13. The Pattern, by Jolly (The Audio Guide to Happiness, Part I, 2011)
14. Where Everything's Perfect, by Jolly (The Audio Guide to Happiness, Part I, 2011)
15. Empty Vessels, by Shades of Dawn (Graffiti's Rainbow, 2011)
16. Season's Overture, by Hostsonaten (Summereve, 2011)
17. On the Way, by Dice (Newborn, 2011)
PS. Due to popular demand, the Graeme Murray interview is now available for download again, but for one week only, so go and get it through the link above.
As always, if you love the music, purchase the CDs by following artists' links in the playlist.