Saturday, March 19, 2011

IPRS number 65!!

This week's radio show is now ready for download for your listening pleasure (Podcast no longer available). A lot of news and a lot of music. Don't forget to listen to the show every Tuesdays at 2 PM EST and Thursdays at midnight EST on Sismico, as well as on Fridays at 2 PM EST on UK 70s Prog Rock. Check with World Clock for your local time.

The play-list is as follows:

1. Here Comes the Flood, by Peter Gabriel (Peter Gabriel I, 1977)

2. The Fog, by Kate Bush (The Sensual World, 1989)
3. Rubberband Girl (Extended), by Kate Bush (The Red Shoes, 1993)
4. Astrology Prelude, by Erik Norlander (The Galactive Collective, 2010)
5. Military Man, by Asia (Aria, 1994)
6. Copper Edge, by Lisa LaRue (World Class, 2009)
7. Kamikaze, by Spock's Beard (X, 2010)
8. Mirror to the Spirits, by K2 (Book of the Dead, 2004)
9. Nevermore, by UK (UK, 1978)
10. The Perception of Johnny Punter, by Fish (Scattering Crows Live, 2004)
11. The Messenger, by Leap Day (Skylge's Lair, 2011)
12. Time Passing By, by Leap Day (Skylge's Lair, 2011)
13. Without Saying Anything, by Beardfish (Mammoth, 2011)
14. Akakabotu, by Beardfish (Mammoth, 2011)
15. Inner Space, by Vitruvius (Vitruvius, 2011)
16. A Promise Worth Keeping, by Rick Miller (In the Shadows, 2011)
17. The Fall of Uqbar, by Rick Miller (In the Shadows, 2011)
18. Tired, by Magic Pie (The Suffering Joy, 2011)
19. Slightly Mad, by Magic Pie (The Suffering Joy, 2011)
20. End of the Road, by The Watch (Timeless, 2011)
21. Soaring On, by The Watch (Timeless, 2011)
22. This Train Is My Life - Live, by Marillion (Happiness on the Road: Live in Paris, 2009)
23. Time's Up (Acoustic), by Saga (Contact: Live in Munich, 2009)

Hope you like the show, and as always, if you like the music, encourage the artists by purchasing their CDs through their websites.


  1. Hi I just want to say congrats, it's a great show, very fun to listen to, and I think it's a great way to listen to new bands, keep up the great work

  2. Picked up the new Mammoth-Beardfish this weekend. Awesome cd :)