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If you missed last weekend’s 101 Dimensions you can listen to the podcast at Progwatch.com

101 Dimensions – January 2018

 

As usual I’ve got a variety of electronic/ambient type stuff lined up for your auditory delectation! Here’s the playlist if you want to follow along at home:

1. Peter Baumann – Strangers In The Night; Metro Man; King Of The Jungle; Be Mine; and Time Machine (from the album Strangers In The Night, 1983)
2. Thomas Dolby – She Blinded Me With Science (extended mix); Radio Silence; Airwaves; Flying North; and Weightless (from the album The Golden Age Of Wireless, 1982)
3. Hawkwind – It’s The Business Of The Future To Be Dangerous; I Am The Eye That Looks Within; and Quark, Strangeness, and Charm (from the album 25 Years On, 1994)
4. Erik Norlander – Fanfare For Absent Friends; City Of Living Machines; and New Gotham Prime (from the album Seas Of Orion, 2004)
5. Vangelis – The Motion Of The Stars; The Will Of The Wind; Metallic Rain; Elsewhere; Dial Out; and Glorianna (Hymn a la Femme) (from the album Direct, 1988)

I hope you enjoy!

Prog On!

Tony

Tangerine Dream (Jan 2017)

If you missed 101 Dimensions last weekend, you can still listen HERE

The theme this time was music by electronic pioneers Tangerine Dream and former members! Here’s the playlist if you like to follow along:

  1. Tangerine Dream – Song Of The Whale (Pt. 1 & 2) (from the album Underwater Sunlight, 1986)
  2. Michael Hoenig – Hanging Garden Transfer (from the album Departure From The Northern Wasteland, 1978)
  3. Johannes Schmoelling – The Zoo Of Tranquility (from the album The Zoo Of Tranquility, 1998)
  4. Tangerine Dream – Ricochet, Pt. 2 (from the album Ricochet, 1975)
  5. Peter Baumann – Glass House (from the album Strangers In The Night, 1983)
  6. Klaus Schulze – Alles Ist Gut (from the album Historic Edition, 1995)
  7. Edgar Froese – Maroubra Bay (from the album Epsilon In Malaysia Pale, 1975)
  8. Tangerine Dream – Phaedra (from the album Phaedra, 1974)

I hope you enjoy! Until next time, Prog On!

Tony