Frances Castle - Clay Pipe Music. www.claypipemusic.co.uk A selection of music inspired by nature and water for The Caught By The River Social Club at Bush Hall. 15th Nov 2015. http://goo.gl/mZwlDz Vic Mars - The Road Through The Village Lois De Pablo - Credits from The Spirit Of The Beehive Tyneham House - Rookery Wood...
Listen to The Organ presents The Other Rock Show - 10th February 2019 by Resonance FM
Listened live via ResonanceFM. This is the Mixcloud upload. Great show as usual.
Growing up in the 70's I listened to a lot of prog rock...Genesis, Yes, King Crimson. I still listen to this music & have been on a big prog rock binge lately. I pulled this 3 year old mix out of the Low Light Mixes archive because I figured that Mixcloud & Facebook folks may not have heard it. For this mix I stayed away from obvious choices like ELP, Genesis, Yes etc. Instead I used artists such as PFM, Egg, Gilgamesh, Le Orme, etc. With a well known artist like Pink Floyd, I picked cuts from less well known albums. This mix is definitely not a best of prog rock. It's just a collections of tunes that work well together.
This is a great mix. Very few of the “usual suspects” and it all flows together really well.
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Prog Magazine’s Jo Kendall pops round to Bill Bailey’s house for a chat about progressive rock and his upcoming Larks In Transit tour…
So this time round to keep you all going through the Autumn and Winter you have XTC, Mary Hopkin, Darren Burn, Revbjelde, Richard Dawson, Paddy Kingsland, The Twelve Hour Foundation, Guy Pedersen and loads more. So until Archive Reel 35 wrap up warm take care and enjoy the dark winter nights (I always do)
Andy, Nish and Alice learn the latest stupid Brexit news, discuss just how bad the republicans are handling sexual assault claims, discover what happens when scientists are given ecstasy...
Ever since first hearing the siren call of The Rubettes’ “Sugar Baby Love”, Mark Kermode, TV and Radio’s Mr Movie, has been possessed by a determination to find out how it feels to be on stage with a band and to make the noise that bands made.