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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DutchProg Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 09 2013 at 14:44
Here is the link in the footer :)

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The link in the footer is more stable.


Edited by DutchProg - January 09 2013 at 14:50

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Kati Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 09 2013 at 14:47
Originally posted by DutchProg DutchProg wrote:

Here is the link in the footer :)
 
Ha! Ok thought so but wasn't sure Dutch Prog considering it wasn't you who posted the play list Wink I'll tune in for sure!!! Big smile
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Originally posted by Casartelli Casartelli wrote:

Tonight's playlist from 22:00 CET, full of folk, jazz-rock, tech death, ambient/electronic, post-rock, classic rock, world-inflected prog, avant-garde... or at least some of it ;)
 
 
Hello Casartelli, thanks for "quoting" me in your announcement ! Diversity is the key to tolerance and it prevents from getting bored Wink
 
Metallica is airing, believe it or not the intro to "sanitarium" always brings tears to my eyes. I think it's one of the best in the story of metal.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote lucas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 09 2013 at 15:53
After a sublime song by a band from my homeland Poland (Satellite), some classic Black Sab.
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that Paatos song was very good, I was not impressed by this band the first time I listened to them, maybe they evolved with time and I might appreciate better their more recent production.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote lucas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 09 2013 at 16:31
Is that a beatbox on the talk Talk's song recorded live ?
I didn't know they have some live material available for purchase.
 
So much emotion in these vocals, and that typical ambient-pop mood, close to the reflective songs of The Blue Nile.
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Originally posted by lucas lucas wrote:

Hello Casartelli, thanks for "quoting" me in your announcement !
You're welcome Wink

Thanks for your other comments. I agree to the intro of Sanitarium. Somehow it's so powerful and emotional in its simplicity. W.r.t. Paatos, I think they've become a bit more poppy and upbeat with their latest album from which this was the opener. To be honest, I prefer their older work, from which I've done some songs in previous shows already (Sensor, Happiness and the most beautiful of all, Téa). And the Talk Talk song was taken from London 1986, which is unfortunately quite hard to get hold of. It's a fantastic live album, not in the last place because the tone is so much different from the already excellent studio versions. Then a new live album (with recordings from the same period) was released recently.

Again, thanks for listening and commenting, it's really nice to read some feedback.
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I am looking forward to discovering more music next time.
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Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):

Marillion - Kayleigh
Cynosura - What Fills Your Eyes
Antimatter - A Place In The Sun
Day Six - In The End
Dream Theater - Learning To Live
Landscape - Outside Of Nowhere
Arjen Anthony Lucassen - Welcome To The Machine
Chroma Key - Colorblind
Pineapple Thief - Someone Here Is Missing
Fates Warning - Eye To Eye
Timothy Pure - Where Merci Ends
Kingcrow - Timeshift Box
Jon & Vangelis - The Friends of Mr. Cairo
X-Panda - Black
The Rock Files - Rising
Quantum Fantay - Ugisiunsi
Nick Magnus - Doctor Prometheus
King Crimson - Heartbeat

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"learning to live", one of the best DT epic, with its Maiden-esque outro.
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one-man band Chroma Key, with ex-DT keyboardist Kevin Moore. Colorblind, a very nice ambient-pop tune.
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All playlists posted here can be listened to via Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u

Starting tuesday I will also put my playlists in this thread.
I am the producer of the Prog Files every tuesday.
(Like Casartelli does the wednesdays and DutchProg the fridays...)

Hope to see you around and like to hear what you think of it!




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The Prog Files is a program loaded with the best Progressive, Symphonic and the better Classic rock. On air every workday from 22:00 - 24:00 (CET). Every Sunday from 18:00 - 24:00 (CET) we transmit a compilation of these shows.

Playlist for Sunday compilation, January 13th:

Marillion - Kayleigh
Cynosura - What Fills Your Eyes
Antimatter - A Place In The Sun
Day Six - In The End
Dream Theater - Learning To Live
Landscape - Outside Of Nowhere
Arjen Anthony Lucassen - Welcome To The Machine
Chroma Key - Colorblind
Pineapple Thief - Someone Here Is Missing
Fates Warning - Eye To Eye
Timothy Pure - Where Merci Ends
Kingcrow - Timeshift Box
Jon & Vangelis - The Friends of Mr. Cairo
X-Panda - Black
The Rock Files - Rising
Quantum Fantay - Ugisiunsi
Nick Magnus - Doctor Prometheus
Amaran's Plight - Revelation
Profuna Ocean - Waiting For The Fall
Pallas - Towers Of Babble (Live)
Asgard - More New Myths
Gevende - Esinti
Darwin's Radio - Breath It In
Greylevel - Already, Not Yet
Jethro Tull - Black Satin Dancer
Airbag - White Walls
Chris - Eve Of Destiny
Egdon Heath - The Killing Silence
Anasazi - Shine A Light
Mystery - Hey You
Oceansize - Commemorative T-Shirt
EdisonĆs Children - In The Last Of Waking Moments
Yes - IĆm Running
Archive - Collapse / Collide
The Motors - Airport
Sylvan - So Easy
Talk Talk - Living In Another World
Pendragon - As Good As Gold
Sigor Ros - Svefn-G-Englar
The Gathering - Strange Machines
Peter Hammill - Faint Heart And The Sermon
Mr. So & So - Salamander
Genesis - In The Cage (Live)
Tangerine Dream - Bent Cold Sidewalk

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Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):

Anders Helmerson - Yodas Dance

Kevin Gilbert – Taxi Drive

Cluster - Hollywood

Praxis - Interface - Stimulation Loop

Frank Zappa - Uncle Meat (Live)

Katana - Quest For Hades

Black Sabbath - The Sign Of The Southern Cross/heaven And Hell [continued][live]

Mike Oldfield - Evacuation

Rick Wakeman - The Sailor's Lament

Breakout - Dziwny Weekend

Harmonia - When Shade Was Born

Malombo - Sangoma

Action Dead Mouse - Doormats And Coasters

Michael Sadler - One Minute

Som Imaginario - Tema Dos Dueses

Sweetwater - Here We Go Again

National Health -Borogoves

Bijelo Dugme - Ipak Pozelim Neko Pismo

Gary Willis - Cartoon Fetish

Atheist - An Incarnation's Dream (Live)

Bob Mintzer - Spiral

Western Vacation -Borrowed Time

Jef Lee Johnson; Michael Bland; Sonny Thompson - Open Season

Kolinda – Vadorz (The Poacher)


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http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u

radio station webpage :

http://iskc-rock-radio.playtheradio.com/index.cfm



a little bit of rock, a little bit of jazz, a little bit of electronic music, a little bit of metal, a little bit of folk.

Enjoy !



Edited by lucas - January 14 2013 at 15:19
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After some electronic jazz-rock tour de force, a lesson of melody with the late Kevin Gilbert.

With Cluster, we wander in the dreamy world of electronic music.

Some funk-rock madness with Praxis. 

The crazy world of Zappa ! Could be perfect for a video game lol

Katana, a very good Iron Maiden inspired band. Some tracks are in a more power metal vein, but overall the Maiden influence is very strong.

Dio-era Black Sabbath was never better than on stage. This track from their fabulous 'live evil' is full of mystery.


Mike Oldfield's soundtrack to 'the killing fields' is fabulous and the track selected here is perfectly recreating the overall atmosphere of this movie.

A breath of fresh air with Rick Wakeman's small piano piece.

The late Tadeusz Nalepa and his wife Mira in a psychedelic mood with their band Breakout.

Harmonia follows in the steps of Cluster, spacey and dreamy electronic music.

Malombo are a world-fusion band from South Africa, little known outside the boundaries of this country. They are in the same league as Cymande, Osibisa, Mandrill or fellow countrymen of Assagai.

Action Dead Mouse play instrumental math rock, but deserve more recognition.

Michael Sadler, Saga's frontman, performs some very nice AOR-oriented music on his album Clear, which track "one minute" is taken from. The excellent drummer Chris Frazier (Steve Vai's Flex-Able) is featured.

Som Imaginario with their self-tiled album play psychedelic tropicalia.

Some more psychedelia follows with Sweetwater, a female-fronted band. Jeffferson Airplane comes close as a comparison, but the instrumentation is richer with Sweetwater.

Tales from Canterbury with National Health, starting in a pastoral mood (flute and electric piano) then going on in a jazz-fusion mood.

jazz-rock meets breakcore with Gary Willis.

Jef Lee Johnson & associates : frenetic jazz-rock, an ode to the times of psychedelic rock and early fusion.

The program ends on a a lighter note with hungarian folk band Kolinda.


Edited by lucas - January 14 2013 at 16:58
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Good job lucas, looking forward to next week.

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Tonight's playlist (22:00-24:00 CET):

01 - Redemption - Black and White World
02 - Sean Filkins - Learn How To Learn
03 - Unitopia - Easter
04 - Antimatter - Paranova
05 - DeeExpus Project - Me and My Downfall
06 - Magic Pie - Full Circle Poetry
07 - Peter Gee - The Ends Of The Earth
08 - Majestic - Red Skies
09 - Lebowski - Cinematic
10 - Roger Waters - Leaving Beirut
11 - Green Carnation - High Tide Waves
12 - Retrospective - The End Of The Winter Lethargy
13 - The Watch - Berlin, 1936
14 - Porcupine Tree - A Smart Kid


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Tonight's playlist from 22:00 CET onwards:

Solaris - Marsbéli Krónikák II-III
Dream theater - Pull Me Under
Stencil Forest - Is Love Enough to Save You
Eloy - Follow the Light
T.A.O. - Forget It
Peter Gabriel - Come Talk to Me [Live]
Queen - Liar
IQ - Frequency
Transit - Jokes Aside
Jethro Tull - Aqualung
Sparks - Frankly, Scarlett, I Don't Give a Damn
Anathema - Hindsight
Symphony X - The Accolade
Kino - Letting Go
Tangerine Dream - Ricochet Part II
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Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET): (Produced by Sander Masman)

Marillion – The Invisible Man (13:37) album: Marbles
Producers – Your Life (6:31) album: Made in Basing Street
Rush – Red Sector A (5:11) album: Grace Under Pressure
Muse – Stockholm Syndrome (4:58) album: Absolution
Frank van Bogaert – Hyperventilate (5:35)  album: Air Machine
Hoelderlin – Haktik Intergalaktik (8:31) album: Rare Birds
Mike Oldfield – Platinum (live) (15:30)  album: Live in Germany 1980
Porcupine Tree – Remember My Lover (7:34) album: The Incident
Änglagĺrd - Vandringar I Vilsenhet (11:56) album: Hybres
Roger Hodgson – I’m Not Afraid (7:05) album: In the Eye of the Storm
Neal Morse – Lifeline (13:28) album: Lifeline
Mogwai – Friend of the Night (5:30) album: Mr. Beast
Aphrodite’s Child – The Four Horsemen (5:53) album: 666
Nits – The Train (4:04) album: Hat

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