Tales From The Tiger Moth Edition 90

Broadcast 16th March 2019

Spike Milligan With Gravely Stephens (Pharmacological Pianist) And The Massed Alberts – You Gotta Go Oww!
The Flower Kings – World of Adventures
Godzilla In The Kitchen – Stick To Your Daily Routine
Steve Hackett – Peace
Trurl – Do Not See Me Rabbit 3- Chest Pain and Sophistry
The Matter Men – aura gami
Gleb Kolyadin – Constellation The Bell
Michael Bentine – What The Public Thinks
Dukes of the Orient – GIVE ANOTHER REASON
Devin Townsend – Awake
Genesis – Not About Us
Grand Tour – Don’t Cry Now
Bill Bressler – A Little Song Before We Go
Peter Sellers – Setting Fire To The Policeman
Peter Gabriel – Digging In The Dirt

The Ancient One and The Krazz

Playlist

1 The Nice – Brandenburger (Intro) (The Immediate Collection 3cd Boxset)
2 Sketch – Oidhche Boogie (Shed Life 2012)
3 Great White – Congo Square (Hooked 1991)
4 The Wonder Stuff – Welcome To The Cheap Seats. (single Welcome To The Cheap Seats 1992)
5 World Party Message In A Box. ( Goodbye Jumbo 1990)
6 Grand Funk Railroad – Inside Looking Out. (Closer To Home 1970)
7 The Silencers – I Can Feel It. (Seconds Of Pleasure 1993)
8 The Scorpions – Wind Of Change. (Crazy World 1990)
9 Bombay Bicycle Club – Rinse Me Down. (Flaws 2010)
10 George Harrison – Any Road ( Brainwashed 2002)
11 Mike Bloomfield/Al Kooper – Mary-Anne (Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper 1969)
12 Ian Neal – The Way Through The Woods (Out Of The Woods 2011)
13 Bachman Turner Overdrive – Blue Collar (Bachman Turner Overdrive 1073)
14 Tom Petty/Heartbreakers – Learning To Fly (Into The Great Wide open 1991)
15 Santana – Smooth (Supernatural 1999)
16 The Charlatans – Weirdo (Single 1992)
17 David Byrne – The Cowboy Mambo (Uh Oh 1992)
18 ELO – Across The Border (Out Of The Blue 1977)
19 Helloween – Keeper Of The 7 Keys (Keeper Of The 7 Keys Part 2 1988)
20 Hawkwind – The Forge Of Vulcan ( Quark Strangeness and Charm 1977)
21 The Band – Acadian Driftwood (Northern Lights Southern Cross 1975)
22 Harry Chapin – 6 String Orchestra (Verities and Balderdash 1974)
23 Sting – An Englishman in NY. (Nothing Like The Sun 1987)
24 Stone Roses – Fools Gold (Single 1992)
25 Cheap Trick – The Flame. (Lap Of Luxury 1988)
26 J J Cale/Eric Clapton – Danger (Road To Escondido 2006)
27 Thunder – Love Walked In. (Backstreet Symphony 1990)
28 Siiga – Michelle (Seashell) (The Sea And The Mirror 2013)
29 The Nice – Brandenburger (Outro) (The Immediate Collection 3cd Boxset)

Tales From The Tiger Moth edition 88

01 Red Bazar – Temple
02 Red Bazar – Liar
03 Red Bazar – Spiral (Exclusive Live Version)
04 Red Bazar – The Parting
05 Red Bazar – Future Song
06 Red Bazar – We Will Find You (Exclusive Live Version)

07 Peter Jones – Rubbish Ringtones
08 Peter Jones – Follow You, Follow Me (Genesis)
09 Peter Jones – The Musical Box (Genesis)
10 Peter Jones – The Other Marvin
11 Peter Jones – Hyperventilate (Frost*)
12 Peter Jones – Pete’s Teapot

13 Tiger Moth Tales – The Merry Vicar (Live @ Summer’s End)
14 Tiger Moth Tales – A Visit to Chigwick (Live @ Summer’s End)
15 Peter Jones – The Wassail Song (Big Big Train)
16 Peter Jones – Last Train (Big Big Train)

17 Camel – Never Let Go (Live in Japan)
18 Camel – Rhayader/Rhayader Goes to Town (Live in Japan)
19 Camel – Preparation/Dunkirk (Live in Japan)
20 Camel – Lady Fantasy (Live in Japan_
21 The Eagles – Journey of the Sorcerer

 

 

Tales from The Tiger Moth Edition 89

The Monkees – Pleasant Valley Sunday
Steve Hackett – Under the Eye of the Sun
Grand Tour – Clocks That Tick (But Never Talk)
Not Otherwise Specified – The World Today
Johnny Ball, Don Spencer, Chloe Ashcroft – The King Of The Singdom Of Song
Genesis – Burning Rope (Live)
Mike Oldfield – Guilty
Iamthemorning – Belighted
MoeTar – Confectioners Curse
Monty Python – I Bet You They Won’t Play This Song On The Radio
Marillion – The Great Escape
Steve Hackett – Beasts in Our Time
Grand Tour – The Panic
Nightwish – Scaretale
Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Tocatta
Stanley Holloway – Three HaPence A Foot
Camel – End Of The Line (Live 2018)

Northern Star 14th March  2019

The Many Faces Of Phil!

Theme Pallas – Northern Star

  1. Flaming Youth – Space Child
  2. Salty Fish – In The Air Tonight
  3. Frida – Threnody
  4. Mike Oldfield – QE2/QE2 finale
  5. Simon Collins – Fast Forward The Future
  6. David Crosby – Hero
  7. Robert Fripp – Under Heavy Manners
  8. Jack Lancaster & Robin Lumley – Olympus Mons
  9. Al Di Meola – Hypnotic Conviction
  10. Nova – Thru The Silence
  11. Tears for Fears – Woman In Chains
  12. John Martyn – Amsterdam
  13. Adam Ant – Strip
  14. Robert Plant – Messin with The Mekon
  15. Tarzan soundtrack – Trashin The Camp
  16. The Manhattan Transfer – Too Busy Thinking about my baby
  17. Brand X – Disco Suicide
  18. Phil Collins – Take me Home
  19. Peter Gabriel – No Self Control
  20. Peter Banks – Knights
  21. Rod Argent – Pastorius Mentioned
  22. Steve Hackett – A Tower Struck Down
  23. Thin Lizzy – Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The weed
  24. Brian Eno – Zawinul/Lava
  25. Colin Scott – Nite people
  26. Eric Clapton – Tearing Us Apart
  27. Genesis – In The Cage / Cinema Show / Duke’s Travel’s/Afterglow

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NEWS

WOKINGHAM FESTIVAL 2019 TEAMS UP WITH WHITE STAR RECORDS FOR INAUGURAL PROG AND CLASSIC ROCK DAY. LINE-UP CONFIRMED, EARLY BIRD TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Wokingham Festival: Day 3 – A Celebration of Prog and Classic Rock
Monday 26th August 2019, Cantley Park

 

For all PR enquiries, please email lulu@incendia-management.co.uk 

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For the first time in Wokingham Festival’s lengthy history, organiser Stan Hetherington has teamed up with White Star Records/Magick Eye Records founder Chris Hillman to present an all-day celebration of progressive and classic rock!

Taking place on Saturday and Sunday of the August bank holiday weekend, the festival now extends to include even more bands performing on Monday 26th August from 12pm-7pm, with gates opening from 11am. The festival’s third day will focus on classic and prog rock genres while simultaneously keeping with the family-friendly nature of the weekend.

With all performing acts hand-picked by Hillman and Hetherington, the main stage line up of the third day’s artists has been confirmed and early bird tickets are now on sale!

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of their original formation this year, Martin Turner’s Wishbone Ash will headline the festival’s additional date. They will be joined by Flutatious (Magick Eye Records), who return to Wokingham Festival having stunned attendees of last year’s festival with their unique brand of psychedelic folk rock. UK-based prog rock trio Kepler Ten will be on-hand to dish out a tsunami of modern prog rock, while fans of the classics will be treated to R2 – A tribute to perhaps one of the most influential prog rock bands of former decades – Rush.

Closing off the announcement of performing artists for the day are Berkshire 4-piece The Paradox Twin (whose debut album ‘The Importance of Mr Bedlam’ was released via White Star Records in 2018) and Reading-based rock sextet The Room – who are one of White Star Records latest signings, joining the label in late 2018 before releasing their third studio album ‘Caught By The Machine’ on 22nd February 2019.

On the selection of these bands for the new day of the festival Chris Hillman (who runs White Star Records alongside producer and musician John Mitchell) comments:

‘I’ve been to Stan’s Wokingham Festival in the past and have always been impressed with the very good organisation and atmosphere. I was therefore more than happy to accept when Stan asked me if if I’d help him create a new extra day for the festival this year featuring some of our artists. It’s wonderful to be involved with the event!’

Mirroring the White Star Records founder’s enthusiasm, Hetherington – who runs the festival as well as the renowned Wokingham Music Club (WMC) – adds :

‘It’s great to have respected and growing record labels such as White Star Records based in Wokingham. To be able to work with Chris and the team there to create a new day at the festival featuring some of their artists with other rock and prog acts that have appeared at the WMC previously is very exciting.’

With second stage bands yet to be announced for Wokingham Festival’s day three extension, ‘Early Bird’ weekend tickets for Wokingham Festival have already gone on sale, and may be purchased via the official website.

For more information and to stay updated on Wokingham Festival, follow their Facebook, Twitter and check their website for further information.

This news story was originally published here: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ProgNewsProgarchives/~3/E9qheM53rAM/forum_posts.asp

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It’s here…twelve years after their last transmission, and twice as apocalyptic as before:

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^ I don’t think you shall be disappointed. They bring the pandemonium.

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Proving that prog isn't just for dinosaurs!

I’m delighted to announce that the podcast for edition 280 of Live From Progzilla Towers is now available.

In this edition we heard the following music:

  • Rick Wakeman – 1984 Overture
  • Cosmograf – The Smoke And The Flame
  • Consider The Source – Enemies Of magicK
  • Bill Bressler – Fits And Starts
  • Bill Bressler – Normal Boy
  • Anubis – Disinfected And Abused (Live At Loreley)
  • Iamthemorning – Inside
  • Iamthemorning – 5/4
  • Gaspard – Chapter II – The Spectra
  • Bill Nelson – Tender Is The Night
  • Bill Nelson – Another Day, Another Ray Of Hope
  • Jon Anderson – Ocean Song
  • Jon Anderson – Meeting – Sound Out The Galleon
  • Jon Anderson – Dance Of Raynart
  • Morglbl – Flics Amis Amish
  • Morglbl – Crime Minister
  • Tangerine Dream – Force Majeure
  • O.R.k – Kneel To Nothing
  • O.R.k – Signals Erased
  • Midge Ure – The Man Who Sold The World
  • Tim Bowness – Borderline (Ft. Dylan Howe & David Longdon)
  • Tim Bowness – The War On Me
  • Rush – Tears

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Queen – Now I’m Here (live)

Gordon Midgley – Ronin

UFO – Rock Bottom (Bob Harris Session)

Gordon Midgley – Mirabilis (live acoustic)

Tony Banks – Six Pieces For Orchestra No. 1: Siren

Yes – Close to the Edge (live) (excerpt)

Gordon Midgley – Hand of Glory (live acoustic)

Joan Silentio – again / no more you

Nathan John Tillett – Nomad

The Tangent – The World We Drive Through (live)

On this week’s Prog-Watch I’m spinning a diversity of fabulous music from around the Progressive Rock world! Hear (mostly) new music from Karfagen, Radius Funk, Bram Stoker, RPWL, Grand Tour, The End Of The Ocean, Coma Rossi, Soft Machine Legacy, Falling Edge, and Whiteside’s Daughter!

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