KRAZZ LOFT VINYL SHOW

Broadcast 8th September 2019

 

1.                  Hero And Heroine Strawbs
2.                  Shadows Of Songs Starcastle
3.                  I See You Yes
4.                  Country Road Grand Funk Railroad
5.                  Can’t You See Marshall Tucker Band
6.                   Hi-De-Ho Blood Sweat & Tears
7.                   Open Up Wide (Bill) Chase
8.                  The Beast Of Prey Green Desert Tree
9.                  (Don’t Fear) The Reaper Blue Oyster Cult
10.               A’nt That A Shame Cheap Trick
6-Pack of Houses
11.               Hyacinth House The Doors
12.               House Of Pain Van Halen
13.               Burning Down The House Talking Heads
14.               House Of Four Doors Moody Blues
15.               Red House Jimi Hendrix
16.               Our House Crosby Stills Nash & Young
17.               Dominoes Paul McCartney
18.               Goin’ Up The Country Canned Heat
19.               Stand Up Santana
20.               Voices Of Other Times Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express
21.               You Know Curved Air
22.               Aspirations Gentle Giant
23.               Perfect Mystery Gong
 
SLIDE INTO A SIDE: J GEILS BAND LIVE-FULL HOUSE (1972)
25.               Serves You Right To Suffer
26.               Cruisin’ For A Love
27.               Looking For A Love  
28.               Prologue / Twilight Electric Light Orchestra
29.               Yer Blues The Beatles
30.               Master Song Leonard Cohen
31.               Cockroach Cacaphony Aztec Two-Step
Jazz w/Krazz 4 genres in 4 songs
32.               Children Of The World Stan Getz
33.               Ease On Down The Road Buddy Rich
34.               Peace Crusaders Jean-Luc Ponty
35.               Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries The Hi-Lo’s (Gene Peurling vocal Arrangement)
36.               Rapids Marc Bolan & T-Rex
37.               I’m In Disgrace Kinks
38.               Special Situation Jo Jo Gunne
39.               Warrior Wishbone Ash
40.               The Magician’s Birthday Uriah Heep (Mick Box on guitar)
41.               The Musical Box Genesis
42.               FADE IN
43.               Burn Down The Mission Elton John

Edition 201 of Steve Blease’s Heavy Elements is now available as a podcast.

Playlist:

Tool – Parabola
Tool – Opiate
Tool – Rosetta Stoned
Tool – Schism
Tool – Intolerance
Tool – 10,000 Days (Wings Part 2)
Tool – Third Eye
Tool – Lateralus
Tool – Sober
Tool – Invincible

The Progmeister On Progzilla

Broadcast 8th September 2019

  1. A Missile – IQ
  2. Tha I Ban – Flutatious
  3. Sea Of Tranquility – Barclay James Harvest
  4. The Market At Mirapoix – Nick Magnus
  5. In The Cage – Genesis
  6. The Pursuit Of Accident – Level 42
  7. Nobody Hears – Rosalie Cunningham
  8. No One Died And Made Me King – Pattern Seeking Animals
  9. Plasticine And Paint – Nova Cascade
  10. Stranger Things Main Theme – Kyle Dixon/Michael Stein
  11. Xanadu – Rush
  12. All That You Dream – Little Feat
  13. Lancelot And The Black Knight – Rick Wakeman
  14. Clock Watching – Warm Rain
  15. Windows – Utopia
  16. Orphans Of The Universe – Pattern Seeking Animals
  17. The Great Deceiver – King Crimson
  18. Trust In The Sun – Elbow
  19. Time To Dream – Greenslade

 

 

The Progmeister Theme (Theme to Miss Marples) Ron Goodwin

 

Asteroid (Pearl & Dean) Pete Moore

Big Big Train – Hope This Finds You
Big Big Train – Perfect Cosmic Storm
Genesis – Dancing With The Moonlit Knight (Live)
Maschine – Megacyma
Box Of Shamans – Intruder
Steve Hackett – Conflict
Spike Milligan – The Sewers Of The Strand
Stan Ridgway – Camouflage
Agents Of Mercy – The Faiding Ghosts Of Twilight
We Are Kin – Goodbye
Diamond – Escape
Debussy – Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum
C-Sides – Master Plan
Riverside – Saturate Me
Tinyfish – Wide Awake At Midnight
David Maxim Micic – 500 Seconds Before Sunset
Michael Bentine – Drats
Steve Thorne – Crimes And Reasons
Nick Magnus – Time
Yes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman – Make It Easy Owner Of A Lonely Heart (Live Medley)

Northern Star 5th September  2019

Canterbury Tales!

Theme Pallas – Northern Star

The Wilde flowers – Almost Grown

Matching Mole – Marchides

Gilgamesh -(a) One End More; (b) Phil’s Little Dance; (c) World’s Of Zin

Kevin Ayers – Lady Rachel

Delivery – Miserable man

Caravan – C’thulu  Thulu

Neil – Golf Girl

Gong – Crystal Gnome

Robert Wyatt – The United States of Amnesia

Henry Cow   Nine Funerals of citizen king

National Health – The Bryden Two Step (for amphibians)

Camel – Nimrodel – The procession the white rider

Hatfield and the north – Fitter Stoke has a bath

Soft Machine – Out-bloody-rageous

Khan – Driving to Amsterdam

Steve Hillage – New age synthesis (unzipping the Zype)

Zopp – Eternal Return

Egg – Symphony No 2

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This news story was originally published here: https://www.prog-sphere.com/bandcamp-undercover/parliament-owls-bandcamp-undercover/

A Span is All That We Can Boast is the debut full-length album from Canadian experimental band Parliament Owls. The band employs wide spectre of elements in their music, and if you are a fan of bands such like The Mars Volta, ThriceTool, and more, I kid you not, you will make a room in your heart for this album.

A Span is All That We Can Boast consists of modern day, relentless, in-your-face riffs, and pounding rhythm section. The drums really shine through over the groovy, heart-pounding tracks with insane sound quality and wicked speed that are easily to focal point in many of the songs.

Parliament Owls add this ear-popping and near hypnotic distortion to their heaviness which really adds character to the album. Their heavier take on the already heavy genres is what makes this record a very pleasant discovery.

Buy the album from Bandcamp here.

A Span Is All That We Can Boast

The post Bandcamp Undercover: Parliament Owls – A Span is All That We Can Boast appeared first on Prog Sphere.

This news story was originally published here: http://www.prog-sphere.com/bandcamp-undercover/parliament-owls-bandcamp-undercover/

A Span is All That We Can Boast is the debut full-length album from Canadian experimental band Parliament Owls. The band employs wide spectre of elements in their music, and if you are a fan of bands such like The Mars Volta, ThriceTool, and more, I kid you not, you will make a room in your heart for this album.

A Span is All That We Can Boast consists of modern day, relentless, in-your-face riffs, and pounding rhythm section. The drums really shine through over the groovy, heart-pounding tracks with insane sound quality and wicked speed that are easily to focal point in many of the songs.

Parliament Owls add this ear-popping and near hypnotic distortion to their heaviness which really adds character to the album. Their heavier take on the already heavy genres is what makes this record a very pleasant discovery.

Buy the album from Bandcamp here.

A Span Is All That We Can Boast

The post Bandcamp Undercover: Parliament Owls – A Span is All That We Can Boast appeared first on Prog Sphere.

This news story was originally published here: https://www.prog-sphere.com/band-of-the-week/parliament-owls-bandcamp-undercover/

A Span is All That We Can Boast is the debut full-length album from Canadian experimental band Parliament Owls. The band employs wide spectre of elements in their music, and if you are a fan of bands such like The Mars Volta, ThriceTool, and more, I kid you not, you will make a room in your heart for this album.

A Span is All That We Can Boast consists of modern day, relentless, in-your-face riffs, and pounding rhythm section. The drums really shine through over the groovy, heart-pounding tracks with insane sound quality and wicked speed that are easily to focal point in many of the songs.

Parliament Owls add this ear-popping and near hypnotic distortion to their heaviness which really adds character to the album. Their heavier take on the already heavy genres is what makes this record a very pleasant discovery.

Buy the album from Bandcamp here.

A Span Is All That We Can Boast

The post Bandcamp Undercover: Parliament Owls – A Span is All That We Can Boast appeared first on Prog Sphere.

This news story was originally published here: http://www.prog-sphere.com/band-of-the-week/parliament-owls-bandcamp-undercover/

A Span is All That We Can Boast is the debut full-length album from Canadian experimental band Parliament Owls. The band employs wide spectre of elements in their music, and if you are a fan of bands such like The Mars Volta, ThriceTool, and more, I kid you not, you will make a room in your heart for this album.

A Span is All That We Can Boast consists of modern day, relentless, in-your-face riffs, and pounding rhythm section. The drums really shine through over the groovy, heart-pounding tracks with insane sound quality and wicked speed that are easily to focal point in many of the songs.

Parliament Owls add this ear-popping and near hypnotic distortion to their heaviness which really adds character to the album. Their heavier take on the already heavy genres is what makes this record a very pleasant discovery.

A Span Is All That We Can Boast

The post Bandcamp Undercover: Parliament Owls – A Span is All That We Can Boast appeared first on Prog Sphere.

LFPT - Requests
I’m delighted to announce that the podcast for edition 305 of Live From Progzilla Towers is now available.

In this all request edition we heard the following music:

  1. Echolyn – A Suite For The Everyman
  2. Matching Mole – O Caroline
  3. Steve Hackett – The Steppes
  4. Arcade Messiah – Hell By Default (Remix)
  5. Frank Zappa – City Of Tiny Lites
  6. Nektar – A Tab In The Ocean
  7. Kevin Gilbert – Star Trek (The Lust Episode)
  8. Red Sparowes – And by Our Own Hand Did Every Last Bird Lie Silent in Their Puddles, the Air Barren of Song as the Clouds Drifted Away. For Killing Their Greatest Enemy, the Locusts Noisily Thanked Us and Turned Their Jaws Toward Our Crops, Swallowing Our Greed Whole.
  9. Storm Corrosion – Drag Ropes
  10. The Secret Machines – First Wave Intact
  11. Tangerine Dream – Bent Cold Sidewalk
  12. DFA – Baltasaurus
  13. Unitopia – Don’t Give Up Love
  14. Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – Waiter, There’s A Yawn In My Ear
  15. It Bites – Whole New World
  16. The Doors – Riders On The Storm
  17. Blue Oyster Cult – Harvest Moon
  18. Neil Young – Harvest Moon

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