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Topic: Progressive Rock Radio From The Netherlands
Posted By: DutchProg
Subject: Progressive Rock Radio From The Netherlands
Date Posted: January 12 2012 at 16:14

Progressive and Symphonic Rock Radio. We run this genre 24/7. We invite you to come and listen. Tell us what you think.
 
Happy listening,
ISKC Rock Radio
 
Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u

Email:
mailto:rock@iskc.nl" rel="nofollow - rock@iskc.nl


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u



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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: February 02 2012 at 15:32

New ...

Every day of the week you can listen to special Progressive Rock in "The Prog Files". This program is composed by members of the Dutch Prog Forum ( http://www.progwereld.nl" rel="nofollow - www.progwereld.nl ). Every Sunday at 9:00 PM (Mid European Time) you can listen to a Prog-Mix-Tape composed by one of the Forum members. On week days we run a compilation of these tapes at 23:00 PM (Mid European Time).
 
Have fun and tell us what you think.
 
Happy Listening,
 
Ronald
ISKC Rock Radio


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: February 23 2012 at 17:05
Sunday at 9:00 PM (Mid European Time) 110 minutes of  Avant, Rio and Retro Prog.

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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: March 03 2012 at 18:26
Sunday at 9:00 PM (Mid European Time) 110 minutes Italian Prog.

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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: March 07 2012 at 18:06

Your playlist on ISKC Rock Radio, send a list of one hour with Progressive and Symphonic Rock to rock@iskc.nl. Every Tuesday and Thursday we will air a Playlist from 23:00 - 24:00 (Mid European Time). You will be informed when your list will be played.



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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: April 18 2012 at 17:52

April 30th, our program "The Prog Files" is extended to two hours. Listen to Symphonic, Progressive and the better Classic Rock.  

 
You can attend to this program by sending us a playlist with a duration of two hours. Send your playlist to rock@iskc.nl. Your program will be transmitted on a Wednesday (I will inform you which one).

 

Listen to "The Prog Files" at 23:00 - 24:00 (CET Time)
From April 30th 22:00 -24:00 (CET Time)

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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: May 10 2012 at 16:45
Listen every Sunday from 18:00 to 24:00 (CET) to a re run of "The Prog Files" that were aired from Monday to Friday. Listen to the special and every week unique Progressive, Symphonic and better Classic Rock.

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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: yam yam
Date Posted: May 10 2012 at 20:22
Hey, just tuned in here at random (just before 02:00 BST) and heard 'Camelogue' – Camel, 'Night Sky' – Moonrise, 'Mea Culpa' – Arena, 'Build A Bridge' – Limp Bizkit, 'Pilgrim's Wake' – Proto-Kaw, 'Little Secret' – Black Country Communion, 'Til These Eyes' – Steve Hackett, and 'I Believe'  – Riverside...not a bad playlist at all!
The station actually plays 24/7 - just pop this into your browser: http://www.radionomy.com/nl/radio/iskc-rock-radio/listen" rel="nofollow - http://www.radionomy.com/nl/radio/iskc-rock-radio/listen , you just might be pleasantly surprised!!


Posted By: infocat
Date Posted: May 10 2012 at 23:31
Just clicked it.  Galahad, "This Life Could Be My Last".  Nice!

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Frank Swarbrick

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Belief is not Truth.



Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: May 22 2012 at 17:01

We like to welcome you to ISKC Rock Radio. Listen to the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock 24/7. We invite you to send your list of 2 hours of Rock to Rock@iskc.nl. This list will be played in our program "The Prog Files", every evening form 22:00 to 24:00 Amsterdam time.

 

Thank you for listening.



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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: June 02 2012 at 17:45
ISKC Rock Radio Listening Links:
 

http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u

http://iskc-rock-radio.playtheradio.com/index.cfm" rel="nofollow - http://iskc-rock-radio.playtheradio.com/index.cfm

http://www.radionomy.com/nl/radio/iskc-rock-radio" rel="nofollow - http://www.radionomy.com/nl/radio/iskc-rock-radio

http://tunein.com/radio/ISKC-Rock-Radio-s148262/" rel="nofollow - http://tunein.com/radio/ISKC-Rock-Radio-s148262/

 
In addition you can find us in:
The Windows Media Guide: http://www.windowsmedia.com/radioui/home.aspx?g=rock&culture=en-us" rel="nofollow - http://www.windowsmedia.com/radioui/home.aspx?g=rock&culture=en-us
and in iTunes.
 
Happy listening,
 
ISKC Rock Radio
 


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: June 23 2012 at 17:55

And this is the playlist for tomorrow's (June 24th)  "Prog Files", aired from 18:00 - 24:00 Paris time:


Kayak - Merlin
Storm - Corrosion Drag Ropes
Marillion - Fantastic Place
Steve Hackett - Tigermoth
Journey - Wheel In The Sky (Live)
World Trade - The Moment Is Here
Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven
Opeth  -The Drapery Falls
Unitopia - Don't Give Up Love
Arena - The Hanging Tree
Frank Zappa - Watermelon In Easter Hay
Sanhedrin - Sobriety
Procol Harum - As Strong As Samson
Steve Walsh - Smackin' The Clowns
Van Der Graaf Generator - Childlike Faith In Childhood's End
Pink Floyd - Keep Talking
Marillion - White Russian
Riverside - Loose Heart
Proto-Kaw - Old Number 63
Aerosmith - Outta Your Head
Waterboys - Don't Bang The Drum
Uriah Heep - Stealin'
Fish - Square Go
Hammerfall - Man On The Silver Mountain
IQ - Frequency
Galahad - Sidewinder
Arena - Burning Down
Fleetwood Mac - Gold Dust Woman (Live)
Deep Purple - Black Night (Live)
Alquin - L.a. Rendezvous (Live)
Yes - Yours Is No Disgrace
Yes - Life On A Film Set
Haken - Deathless
The Rock Files - Despair
Millenium - Night Voice In My Head
Threshold - Critical Mass
Atoma - Highway
Sylvan - High Hopes
Barrett Elmore - The Nixie
Earth & Fire - To The World Of The Future
Nightwish - Ghost River
Archive - Sane (Live)
Salmon - The Observer
Soen - Slithering
Satellite - Don't Walk Away In Silence
Spock's Beard - Their Names Escape Me
Pallas - Ark Of Infinity
Pallas - Xxv (Part. I)
Under the sun - From Henceforth Now And Forever
Rak - The Book Of Flight

Happy listening .....


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: Ancient Tree
Date Posted: June 24 2012 at 14:29
thanks for the link,will check it out


p.s: nice avatar Big smile


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: June 25 2012 at 17:48
For the last 7 days we had listeners from:
 
Netherlands, United States, Japan, Russian Federation, Germany, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Italy, Indonesia, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden, Spain, France, Switzerland, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Taiwan, Province Of China, Netherlands Antilles, United Arab Emirates, Czech Republic, Austria, United Kingdom, Peru, Poland, Thailand, Venezuela, Turkey, Belarus, Hungary, Israel,Lithuania, Belgium, Finland, Chile, Latvia, Australia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Singapore, Egypt, Philippines, Tunisia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Norway, Argentina, Korea, Paraguay, Ireland, Slovak Republic, India, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Guatemala.
 
Thank you for listening to our station .......


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: July 27 2012 at 16:27

ISKC Rock Radio wishes you a nice and musical weekend ..... Wink



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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

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http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: August 13 2012 at 17:42
Our station has become "Editors Pick" in the Windows Media Guide from Microsoft for the next two weeks.

Listening Link:
http://www.windowsmedia.com/radioui/home.aspx?g=rock&culture=en-us" rel="nofollow - http://www.windowsmedia.com/radioui/home.aspx?g=rock&culture=en-us
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: Cloud Forest
Date Posted: August 15 2012 at 06:42
sweet,will drop it. 

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All Hail Geddy Lee!



Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: September 19 2012 at 14:57
Now in "The Prog Files" on ISKC Rock Radio
September 19th, 2012 from 22:00 - 24:00 CET
 
IQ - Frequency
Haken - Portals
Phideaux - Microdeath Softstar
Rush - The Garden
Porcupine Tree - Halo
Galahad - Battle Scars
Yes - Heart Of The Sunrise
Marillion - Memory Of Water
Dream Theater - Pull Me Under
Airbag - All Rights Removed
G3 (Satriani - Vai - Petrucci) - Smoke On The Water
Golden Earring - Radar Love
Uriah Heep - July Morning
Arena - Burning Down
Ben Craven - No Specific Harm
Sylvium - Media


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: September 25 2012 at 16:12

On October 1st, we celebrate our first year of transmitting Progressive and Symphonic Rock music over the internet. Especially for this occasion we run a special 5 hours long program on Monday October 1st. The program starts at 19:00 CET. Don't miss it, you will be surprised.

 

Happy listening,

 

ISKC Rock Radio

Ronald

 

Listening Links:

http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u

http://iskc-rock-radio.playtheradio.com/index.cfm" rel="nofollow - http://iskc-rock-radio.playtheradio.com/index.cfm

 

Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/#!/ISKCWebradio" rel="nofollow - http://www.facebook.com/#!/ISKCWebradio



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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: October 01 2012 at 11:08
The Playlist for our anniversary show October, 1st. Start 19:00 CET, End 24:00 CET
 
Have fun. 
 
Playlist:
Rush - Subdivisions
Pink Floyd - Sheep
Dream Theater - Bridges In The Sky
Yes - Heart Of The Sunrise
Airbag - All Rights Removed
Queensryche - Suite Sister Mary
Unitopia - Journey's Friend
Moon Safari - A Kid Called Panic
Black Bonzo - Sound Of The Apocalypse
IQ - Frequency
Mystery - Wolf
Sylvan - The Colours Changed
The Gathering Black Light District
Galahad - Battle Scars
Supertramp - Fool's Overture
King Crimson - Starless
Anekdoten - Hole
Porcupine Tree - Anesthetize (Live)
Paatos - Téa
Pendragon - Indigo
Genesis - Firth Of Fifth
Marillion - The Great Escape
Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings
Opeth - Blackwater Park
Van Der Graaf Generator - Lemmings
Ayreon - Isis And Osiris
Devin Townsend - Tiny Tears
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Pirates


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: Moogtron III
Date Posted: October 01 2012 at 13:01
Nice colourful playlists. My compliments Thumbs Up


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: October 28 2012 at 10:54
On Monday, October 29th, there's another Prog Files produced by Cees Nooij. A selection of fine and divers Prog Rock and some Light Metal. Be sure to tune in at 22:00 CET. Don't be too late, cause it starts with a great song!
 
 
Playlist:
 
Alan Parsons Project Gaudi
Anima Mundi Time To Understand
Fair to Midland Short Haired Tornado
Amaseffer Midian
Fjieri Ad Occhi Chiusi
Frankie Goes to Hollywood Welcome to the Pleasuredome
Genesis Alien Afternoon
Sylvan One Step Beyond
DeWolff Six Holes And A Ghost
Porcupine Tree Blackest Eyes
Kamelot Abandoned
Resistor Beyond This Masquerade
Satallite Into the Night
Supertramp Crime of the Century
Andromeda Slaves Of The Plethora Season
Blackfield End of the World


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: yam yam
Date Posted: October 28 2012 at 13:19
This station is right up there with the very best in terms of its prog content! Thumbs Up
I find I'm tuning in to it more and more since my previous favourite, prog.fm: http://www.prog.fm/" rel="nofollow - http://www.prog.fm/  has become so unreliable and intermittent of late.


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: October 28 2012 at 19:17

Is the program interrupted by many commercials in the US? In the rest of the world we run fillers to fill up the commercials, except for Spain and France. I am unable to hear this in The Netherlands.

 

Regards, Ronald

ISKC Rock Radio



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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: yam yam
Date Posted: October 29 2012 at 06:50
There were no commercials at all on prog.fm. It played back-to-back prog 24/7 up until the last six weeks or so, since when it has hardly played anything at all. Unhappy As well as the current song playing and the recent history, the website not only told you which song was going to be up next, but also the one following THAT!
Morow.com based in France is good too - the only interuptions to the music on there are from well-known prog artists who pop up now and again just to remind you of the station's name!


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: November 02 2012 at 15:45

Tonight at 22:00 (CET) there is an other Prog Files.

Playlist:
Amaran's Plight - Shattered Dreams
Katatonia - Sulfur
Threshold - Critical Mass
Amaseffer - Midian (filler)
Phideaux - You And Me Against A World Of Pain
Devin Townsend - Coast
The Eden House - Fire For You
Wolfspring - Howling With The Banshee
Asia - Only Time Will Tell
Archive - Rest My Head On You
Ayreon - My House on Mars
Guilt Machine - Leland Street
Queensr�che - Another Rainy Night (Without You)
Spock's Beard - Go The Way You Go
Wigwam - Colossus
Pink Floyd - Dogs (filler)
Pythagoras - After The Silence
Abydos - You Broke The Sun
 
Have fun .....


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DaleHauskins
Date Posted: November 03 2012 at 14:00
Please play a tune from a album by my old Swiss progressive rock band from the lake of Lucerne,Switzerland
FLAME DREAM !!
http://www.progressiveworld.net/html/modules.php?name=Reviews&rop=showcontent&id=1555" rel="nofollow - http://www.progressiveworld.net/html/modules.php?name=Reviews&rop=showcontent&id=1555



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L.A.Californian guitarist
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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: November 30 2012 at 18:31
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, December 2nd:
 
The Rock Files - Life
Toto - Mushanga
Steve Hackett Ft. Francis Dunnery - Dancing With The Moonlit Knight
Fish - Lucky
Silhouette - When Snow's Falling Down
OMD - The New Stone Age
Phideaux - The Chairs
Radiohead - Lucky
Camel - West Berlin
Nits - Nescio (Live)
Yes - Going For The One (Live)
Rush - Dreamline
Pallas - Atlantis
Nightwish - Slow Love Slow
Leprous - Mediocrity Wins
Franck Carducci - Alice's Eerie Dream
John Wesley - Always Be
RPWL - Hole In The Sky
Marillion - Lucky Man
Phideaux - Railyard
The Gathering - Rescue Me
Uriah Heep - The Wizard
Seven Steps To The Green Door - The Green Door
Yes - Leave It
Lazuli - Toujours Un Gars Sur Un Pont
Blackfield - This Killer
In The Silence - 17 Shades
Kaipa - A Universe Of Tinyness
Pink Floyd - Welcome To The Machine
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Lucky Man
Hoelderlin - Caleidoscope
Profuna Ocean - Lost Inside (The Landscape
Blind Ego - Change
Mostly Autumn - The Night Sky
Peter Hammill - A Louse Is Not A Home
Wolfspring - Our New Mediaevil World
I And Thou - The Face Behind The Eyes
Dead Soul Tribe - Toy Rockets
In The Silence - Beneath These Falling Leaves
Archive - Noise (Unplugged)
Marillion - Cover My Eyes
Children In Paradise - Esyllt
Steve Thorne - Distant Thunder
Riversea - The Song
Abel Ganz - The Dangers Of Strangers (Part 1)
Moonrise - Awakened
The Barstool Philosophers - Away From Here
Fourteen Twentysix - The Crossing
Psychotic Waltz - Mindsong
Maxxess - Q.E.D.
OSI - Hello, Helicopter!

Have fun ....


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: Casartelli
Date Posted: December 03 2012 at 11:17
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 CET:
 
Daal - Dodecahedron Part I
Pink floyd - Fearless
Steeleye Span - Alison Gross
Archive - Collapse / Collide
Supertramp - Asylum
Proto~Kaw - Quantum Leapfrog
Gazpacho - Vulture
Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven
Fairport Convention - Fotheringay
Genesis - The Musical Box [Live]
Gerry Rafferty - Days Gone Down
Yes - Perpetual Change
Autumn Chorus - Three Jumps the Devil
Toto - Melanie
Fates warning - Still remains


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: December 05 2012 at 14:37
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):
 
Shadow Gallery - Ghost Of A Chance
Sylvan - The Waters I Traveled
Marillion - Genie
Antimatter - Fear Of A Unique Identity
Pain Of Salvation - Sisters
Keats - Walking On Ice
Ben Craven - Great & Terrible Potions
Airbag - All Rights Removed
Nick Magnus - Doctor Prometheus
Amorphis - You I Need
Satellite - Don't Walk Away In Silence
Riverside - Driven To Destruction
Xinema - Timing
Tune - Dependent
Guilt Machine - Leland Street
Iq - The Darkerst Hour
Subsignal - Wingless
Red Box - The Sign


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: Casartelli
Date Posted: December 10 2012 at 11:20
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):
 
Bacamarte - Mirante das Estrelas
Deep Purple - Highway Star
Balloon - Everything
Arena - Cutting the Cards
Fates warning - A Pleasant Shade of Gray, Pt.4
Spock's Beard - Waste Away
Black Sabbath - N.I.B.
Proto~Kaw - Alt. More Worlds Than Known
Eloy - Fools
The Gathering - Rollercoaster
Satellite - A Street Between Sunrise and Sunset
Blue Öyster Cult - Golden Age of Leather
Archive - The Empty Bottle
Iron maiden - Hallowed Be Thy Name
IQ - Born Brilliant
Nektar - Remember the Future Part One


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: December 12 2012 at 14:33
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):
 
Yes - I've Seen All Good People
Everon - A Day By The Sea
Riverside - Driven To Destruction
Dream Theater - Scarred
The Samurai Of Prog - Dogs
Alan Parsons Project - Eye In The Sky
Resistor - Beyond This Masquerade
Ark - Missing You
Leprous - Mediocrity Wins
Rpwl - The Shadow
Galahad - Memories Of An African Twin
Rush - Red Sector A (Live)
It Bites - Calling All The Heroes (Live)
Beyond The Bridge - The Call
Neal Morse - Jayda
Royal Hunt - Follow Me
Aviv Geffen - Now Or Never


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: December 16 2012 at 10:40
Tonight's playlist from 18:00 to 24:00 (CET):
 
Yes - I've Seen All Good People
Everon - A Day By The Sea
Riverside - Driven To Destruction
Dream Theater - Scarred
The Samurai Of Prog - Dogs
Alan Parsons Project - Eye In The Sky
Resistor - Beyond This Masquerade
Ark - Missing You
Leprous - Mediocrity Wins
Rpwl - The Shadow
Galahad - Memories Of An African Twin
Rush - Red Sector A (Live)
It Bites - Calling All The Heroes (Live)
Beyond The Bridge - The Call
Royal Hunt - Follow Me
Aviv Geffen - Now Or Never
Gandalf's Fist - From A Point Of Existence (Parts Vi-X)
Quantum Fantay - Trip Escape (Live)
Moonrise - Mr Strange
Cosmos - Electronical Revival
Glass Hammer - In That Lonely Place
Ulysses - Teenage Sweethearts
Threshold - Angels
Symphony X - The Accolade
Star One - Intergalactic Space Crusaders
Propaganda - Dream Within A Dream
Hostsonaten - Part Three
Shadow Gallery - Encrypted
X-Panda - Journey Of A Dream
Galahad - Battle Scars
The Gathering - Eleanor
Genesis - The Musical Box
Anathema - Alternative 4
The Syn - The Promise
Elbow - Any Day Now
Supertramp - Crime Of The Century (Live)
Lindisfarne - Take Care Of Business
Mike Oldfield - HeavenÆs Open
Ex-Wise Heads - Afro Hoe Down
Fish - Question
Grobschnitt - Ernies Reise
The Waterboys - Old England
Astra - Silent Sleep
Spocks Beard - On The Edge


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: Casartelli
Date Posted: December 18 2012 at 04:07
Forgot to put it online in advance... but for completeness' sake, this was last night's playlist:
 
Gryphon - Checkmate
King crimson - The Court of the Crimson King
Black Mountain - The Hair Song
Beardfish - The Platform
Bacamarte - Portais
The Church - Destination
Edison's Children - Dusk
Queensrÿche - The Mission [Live]
Gnidrolog - Snails
Archive - Fool
Elbow - Lippy Kids
The Incredible String Band - Koeeoddi there
Gazpacho - 117
Jethro Tull - My God
Tangerine Dream - Ricochet Part I


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: December 19 2012 at 14:46
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):
 
Ayreon - Carried By The Wind
Nine Stones Close - Threads
Kamelot - Nothing Ever Dies
Kingcrow - Islands
Deeexpus - Marty And The Magic Moose
Moon Safari - Lover's End
Arena - Catching The Bullet
Yes - Perpetual Change
Dream Theater - Take Your Fingers From My Hair
Pink Floyd - A Pillow Of Winds
The Eden House - Fire For You
Sylvium - Solution
The Cure - A Forest [Tree Mix]
Rush - Mission
Resistor - Beyond This Masquerade
Golden Earring - Back Home
Porcupine Tree - Piano Lessons
Marillion - Alone Again In The Lap Of Luxury
Soen - Delenda


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For the best Progressive and Symphonic Rock

Listening Link:
http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u" rel="nofollow - http://www.iskc.nl/rock.m3u


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: December 23 2012 at 10:42
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, December 23rd:
 
Abarax - Crying Of The Whales (Part I)
Emerson Lake & Palmer - I Believe In Father Christmas
Rpwl - Silenced
Boards Of Canada - Chromakey Dreamcoat
Peter Gabriel - Wallflower
10cc - Feed The Benefit (Live)
No-Man - Night Sky Sweet Earth
Robert Plant - 29 Palms
King Crimson - Easy Money
Deadsoul Tribe - One Bullit
Nits - In The Dutch Mountains
Steve Hackett - Loch Lomond
Vangelis - After The Race
Threshold - The Art Of Reason
Cut - No Place For A Loser
Supersister - A Girl Named You
Enochian Theory - Singularities
Airbag - Colours
Shadow Circus - Project Blue: E. The Horsemen Ride
The Gathering - Pale Traces
Flying Colors - Everything Changes
Galahad - Salvation Ii Judgement Day
Gazpacho - Massive Illusion
Harvest - Silent Run
Neal Morse - It's All I Can Do
Neal Morse - Smoke And Mirrors
Leprous - White
Cosmos - Eclipse Of The Sun
Mike Oldfield - Amarok (Excerpt)
Rak - Volumeáiv: The Deception
The Dust Connection - The House That Doesn't Exist
Ayreon - Carried By The Wind
Nine Stones Close - Threads
Kamelot - Nothing Ever Dies
Kingcrow - Islands
Deeexpus - Marty And The Magic Moose
Moon Safari - Lover's End
Arena - Catching The Bullet
Yes - Perpetual Change
Dream Theater - Take Your Fingers From My Hair
Pink Floyd - A Pillow Of Winds
The Eden House - Fire For You
Sylvium - Solution
The Cure - A Forest [Tree Mix]
Rush - Mission
Resistor - Beyond This Masquerade
Golden Earring - Back Home
Porcupine Tree - Piano Lessons
Marillion - Alone Again In The Lap Of Luxury
Soen - Delenda


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Posted By: infocat
Date Posted: December 23 2012 at 13:42
The Cure on a prog show!  I sense precedence!
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Posted By: Casartelli
Date Posted: December 24 2012 at 13:21
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 CET onwards:

Daal - Dodecahedron Part VII
Genesis - Entangled
The Church - Antenna
Anekdoten - Gravity
Opeth - Deliverance
Talk Talk - April 5th
The Incredible String Band - A very cellular song
Kansas - Mysteries and Mayhem
Gerry Rafferty - Take the Money and Run
Camel - Song Within a Song [Live]
Edison's Children - A Million Miles Away (I Wish I Had a Time Machine)
Balloon - Dissolve Unseen
North Atlantic Oscillation - Cell Count
Toto - Hydra
Muse - Map of the Problematique
Nektar - Remember the Future Part Two


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: December 30 2012 at 10:09
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, December 30th:
 
Daal - Dodecahedron Part Vii
Genesis - Entangled
The Church - Antenna
Anekdoten - Gravity
Opeth - Deliverance
Talk Talk - April 5th
The Incredible String Band - A Very Cellular Song
Kansas - Mysteries And Mayhem
Gerry Rafferty - Take The Money And Run
Camel - Song Within A Song (Live)
Edison's Children - A Million Miles Away
Balloon - Dissolve Unseen
North Atlantic Oscillation - Cell Count
North Atlantic Oscillation - Marrow
Toto - Hydra
Muse - Map Of The Problematique
Nektar - Remember The Future Part Two
Eloy - Love Over Six Centuries
Blackfield - Zigota
Alan Parsons Project - Psychobabble
Gazpacho - Desert Flight (Live)
Van Der Graaf Generator - Last Frame
Galahad - Singularity
Beardfish - Into The Night
Masterplan - Soulburn
Jeff Wayne - The Spirit Of Man
Pineapple Thief - West Winds
Gary Brooker Ensemble - A Whiter Shade Of Pale (Live)
Troy Donockley - End Of Faith
Clepsydra - The Father
The Decemberists - The Wanting Comes In Waves
The Flower Kings - Go West Judas
Marillion - The Space
Blackfield - Summer
Asia - Wildest Dreams
De Annique - Beautiful One
Chroma Key - Mouse (Now Watch What Happens)
Barrett Elmore - The Nixie
Abydos - You Broke The Sun
Day Six - Lost Identity
Kraftwerk - Radioactivity
Psychotic Waltz - Mindsong
Guns N' Roses - Estranged
Pete Townshend - Give Blood
Splinter - Guernica
Athlete - Light The Way
Io Earth - Moments
Voyager - Seize The Day
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird
Dead Can Dance - Children Of The Sun


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Posted By: ParanoidProg
Date Posted: January 02 2013 at 05:28
Nice Playlist. Respect.


Posted By: Casartelli
Date Posted: January 02 2013 at 13:36
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 CET onwards:

Sanhedrin - Sobriety
Van Der Graaf Generator - The Undercover Man
North Atlantic Oscillation - Ritual
Fairport Convention - Matty Groves
Phideaux - Love Theme from Number Seven
GTR - The Hunter
Matthew Parmenter - Dirty Mind
…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - The Wasteland
Porcupine tree - Time Flies
Rainbow - No Release
The Pineapple Thief - All I Need to Know
The Incredible String Band - The Water Song
Iron Maiden - To Tame a Land
The Nits - In the Dutch Mountains
Terry Riley - A Rainbow in Curved Air


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 04 2013 at 14:38
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):
 
 
Airbag - White Wall
Riverside - Loose Heart
Star One - Two Plus Two Equals Five
Rush - Manhattan Project (Live)
It Bites - Calling All The Heroes (Live)
Archive - Sane (Live)
Leprous - White
Arena - The Hanging Tree
Gazpacho - The Walk
Roger Waters - What God Wants, Pt. 1
Resistor - Waiting To Believe
Martin Darvill And Friends - The Greatest Show On Earth [parts 1 To 6]
For Absent Friends - Father
Symphony X - Paradise Lost


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Posted By: Kati
Date Posted: January 04 2013 at 17:27
Is this radio show related to DPRP in any way? Smile

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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 04 2013 at 17:46
Sorry, what is DPRP?

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Posted By: Kati
Date Posted: January 04 2013 at 18:06
Originally posted by DutchProg DutchProg wrote:

Sorry, what is DPRP?
 
Hi Dutch Prog,
 
Nice to meet you Handshake
 
I guess it's not, thus it might be off topic here now. I will send you a private message to with explaining you what it is Smile


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 04 2013 at 18:25
Hi Kati,
 
Nice to meet you to Handshake. Looking forward to your explanation, never to old to learn Big smile
 
Regards, Ronald


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 06 2013 at 10:37
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 6th:

Fish - The Field
Magic Pie - Pointless Masquerade
Gandalf - Going Home
Van Der Graaf Generator - Lost
Mercury Rev - The Funny Bird (Live)
Camel - Lunar Sea
Opeth - I Feel The Dark
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Welcome To The Pleasuredome
The Urbane - Parachute
Anneke Van Giersbergen & Danny Cavanagh - Teardrop
The Tea Party - The Halcyon Days
Pallas - Heart Attack
I.E.M. - Arcadia Son
Pink Floyd - Terminal Frost
Omd - The Beginning And The End
Everon - North
Galleon - Lightworks
A Day's Work - My Ambulant Caress
Oaksenham - Water Spark
Novact - So Help Me God
35007 - 44 05
Anubis - The Holy Innocent
Balloon - It's Still Today
Lunatic Soul - Suspended In Whiteness
Ataraxia - Sigillat
A Chinese Firedrill - Circles
Gary Hughes - In Flames
Magenta - Sloth
Sanhedrin - Sobriety
Van Der Graaf Generator - The Undercover Man
North Atlantic Oscillation - Ritual
Fairport Convention - Matty Groves
Phideaux - Love Theme From Number Seven
Gtr - The Hunter
Matthew Parmenter - Dirty Mind
And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead - The Wasteland
Porcupine Tree - Time Flies
Rainbow - No Release
The Pineapple Thief - All You Need To Know
The Incredible String Band - The Water Song
Iron Maiden - To Tame A Land
Nits - In The Dutch Mountains
Terry Riley - A Rainbow In Curved Air


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Posted By: Kati
Date Posted: January 06 2013 at 20:10
Originally posted by DutchProg DutchProg wrote:

Hi Kati,
 
Nice to meet you to Handshake. Looking forward to your explanation, never to old to learn Big smile
 
Regards, Ronald
 
Hi Ronald,
 
I sent you a pm Smile, my sincere apologies for the late reply as I couldn't find this thread Confused, luckily I remembered to use my brain for once and l got it from my email notifications Big smile
 
Many thanks and friendly regards Hug
Sonia


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 07 2013 at 14:43
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):

Distorted Harmony - Kono Yume
Konchordat - Panic Room
Asia - Open Your Eyes
Abel Ganz - The Dangers Of Strangers (Part 1)
Steve Thorne - Wayward
Blind Ego - Obsession
Frostx - No Me, No You
Jolly - Pretty Darling
Sylvan - One Step Beyond
Galahad - I Could Be God
Phideaux - Railyard
Riverside - Dna Ts. Rednum Or F. Raf
Rush - Losing It
Airbag - Colours
Sun Domingo - For Only You
Opeth - The Lines In My Hand
Maxxess - Q.E.D.


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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 07 2013 at 15:28
^
currently listening to the playlist. I quite liked the konchordat track. Asia is currently on air, I am not a fan (I love AOR - FM, Push, Heart, Distance, Signal... - but in the case of Asia, I think they have too much "so-so" songs and not very memorable choruses in their songs) however, that "open your eyes" has some good moments.


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 07 2013 at 15:35
I share your opinion about Asia. They have their moments Approve

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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 07 2013 at 15:40
About Abel Ganz : it's a shame that Alan Reed doesn't sing on this song.
Next on to Steve Thorne, I remember this song, from an album featuring a host of quality guests, among which Tony Levin. In the vein of Martin Orford's pop-prog stuff.


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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 07 2013 at 15:46
Blind Ego : discovering them, vocalist reminds me of Orphan Project's one, and Stiltskin's (later with Genesis) which is a good thing, music sounds a bit "emo" in the choruses.

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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 07 2013 at 15:50
Frost* : a good example of successful blend of pop and prog. Key work and choruses remind a lot of Mind's Eye.

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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 07 2013 at 15:52
And now a possible comercial in France, Spain and America .... If there is no commercial you will hear a 2 minute song.

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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 07 2013 at 16:04
DutchProg, I would suggest to alternate between the different prog sub-genres : some folk, some jazz-rock, some tech death, some ambient/electronic, some post-rock, some classic rock, some world-inflected prog, some avant-garde...Not just pop-prog.

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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 07 2013 at 16:16
Lucas, I send you a PM

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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 08 2013 at 15:04
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):

Amaran's Plight - Revelation
Profuna Ocean - Waiting for the fall
Pallas - Towers of Babble
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
Blackfield - Glow


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Posted By: Casartelli
Date Posted: January 09 2013 at 14:34
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 ;)

Gryphon - Second Spasm
Rush - Red Sector A
Sparks - When Do I Get to Sing "My Way"
Gazpacho - Hell Freezes Over I
Black Mountain - Old Fangs
The Moody Blues - Legend of a Mind
Metallica - Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Satellite - Downtown Skyline
Black Sabbath - The Wizard
Paatos - Gone
The Doors - You Make Me Real
Martin Orford - Quilmes
Muse - Showbiz
Styx - I'm O.K.
Queen - Great King Rat
Talk Talk - Tomorrow Started [Live]
Anekdoten - Ricochet
Fairport Convention - No Man's Land
Eyestrings - Lifelines


Posted By: Kati
Date Posted: January 09 2013 at 14:36
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 ;)

Gryphon - Second Spasm
Rush - Red Sector A
Sparks - When Do I Get to Sing "My Way"
Gazpacho - Hell Freezes Over I
Black Mountain - Old Fangs
The Moody Blues - Legend of a Mind
Metallica - Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Satellite - Downtown Skyline
Black Sabbath - The Wizard
Paatos - Gone
The Doors - You Make Me Real
Martin Orford - Quilmes
Muse - Showbiz
Styx - I'm O.K.
Queen - Great King Rat
Talk Talk - Tomorrow Started [Live]
Anekdoten - Ricochet
Fairport Convention - No Man's Land
Eyestrings - Lifelines
 
link, link please? I want to tune in, the show starts in 25 min neh? Big smile 


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 09 2013 at 14:44
Here is the link in the footer :)

Edit:
Or this one:  http://iskc-rock-radio.playtheradio.com/index.cfm" rel="nofollow - http://iskc-rock-radio.playtheradio.com/index.cfm
The link in the footer is more stable.


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Posted By: Kati
Date 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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Posted By: Kati
Date Posted: January 09 2013 at 15:13
Ermm

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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 09 2013 at 15:39
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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Posted By: lucas
Date 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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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 09 2013 at 16:09

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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Posted By: lucas
Date 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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Posted By: Casartelli
Date Posted: January 09 2013 at 17:17
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.


Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 09 2013 at 17:23
^
you're welcome !
I am looking forward to discovering more music next time.


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 11 2013 at 14:26
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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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 11 2013 at 15:32
"learning to live", one of the best DT epic, with its Maiden-esque outro.

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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 11 2013 at 15:55
one-man band Chroma Key, with ex-DT keyboardist Kevin Moore. Colorblind, a very nice ambient-pop tune.

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Posted By: Anamorph
Date Posted: January 12 2013 at 04:34
All playlists posted here can be listened to via Listening Link:
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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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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 13 2013 at 10:12
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
EdisonÆs Children - In The Last Of Waking Moments
Yes - IÆm 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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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 14 2013 at 14:08
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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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 !



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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 14 2013 at 15:13
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.


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 14 2013 at 17:07
Good job lucas, looking forward to next week.

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Posted By: Anamorph
Date Posted: January 15 2013 at 13:08
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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Posted By: Casartelli
Date Posted: January 16 2013 at 14:25
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


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 17 2013 at 14:07
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
Änglagård - 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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Posted By: Roxbrough
Date Posted: January 18 2013 at 08:46
Superb station thank you very much.

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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 18 2013 at 14:18
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET):

Magnum - Blood On Your Barbed Wire Thorns
Alan Parsons Project - The Voice
Ben Craven - Great & Terrible Potions
Red Sand - Behind The Mask
A Chinese Firedrill - Rock Paper Scissors
Landscape - Outside Of Nowhere
Ritual - Coming Home
Moongarden - Round Midnight
Dream Theater - The Spirit Carries On
Supertramp - Take The Long Way Home
Archive - Bullets
Galahad - Sidewinder
Porcupine Tree - Strip The Soul
Red Box - The Sign
Within Temptation - Mother Earth
Damian Wilson - Adam's Child
Iq - Frequency

Have fun ...


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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 18 2013 at 16:36
^
I discovered Ben Craven thanks to iskc, great music really.


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 20 2013 at 10:26
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 20th:

Marillion - The Invisible Man
Producers - Your Life
Rush - Red Sector A
Muse - Stockholm Syndrome
Frank Van Bogaert - Hyperventilate
Hoelderlin - Haktik Intergalaktik
Mike Oldfield - Platinum (Live)
Porcupine Tree - Remember My Lover
Anglagard - Vandringar I Vilsenhet
Roger Hodgson - I? Not Afraid
Neal Morse - Lifeline
Mogwai - Friend Of The Night
Aphrodites Child - The Four Horsemen
Redemption - Black And White World
Sean Filkins - Learn How To Learn
Unitopia - Easter
Antimatter - Paranova
Deeexpus - Me And My Downfall
Magic Pie - Full Circle Poetry
Peter Gee - The Ends Of The Earth
Majestic - Red Skies
Lebowski - Cinematic
Roger Waters - Leaving Beirut
Green Carnation - High Tide Waves
Retrospective - The End Of The Winter Lethargy
Porcupine Tree - A Smart Kid
Solaris - Martian Chronicles 2-3
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 Two [live]


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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 14:14
Tonight's playlist from 22:00 to 24:00 (CET): in 45 mn
 
01 Everon - Flesh - 06 The River
02 Turquoise - Turquoise - 01 Znak
03 Fergie Frederiksen - Happiness Is The Road - 12 The Savior
04 Cairo - Conflict & dreams - 05 Then You Were Gone
05 IONA _ The Circling Hour - 05 Factory OF Magnificent Souls
06 IZZ - I Move - 08 Another Door
07 Daniel Lanois - For The Beauty Of Wynona - 09 Lotta Love to Give
08 Seventh Wonder - Mercy Falls - 15 The Black Parade
09 Rain For A Day - Elemental - 04 So Real
10 Rush - Moving Pictures - 04 Limelight
11 Dale Bozzio & Missing Persons - Live From The Danger Zone! - 06 All Fall Down [Live]
12 Iron Maiden - That Girl (1986 Single)
13 Steve Vai - The Ultra Zone - 11 Fever Dream [Instrumental]
14 Queen - The Miracle - 03 The Miracle
15 Ambrosia - Ambrosia - 02 Time Waits for No One
16 Alyson Avenue - Omega - 03 Perfect Love
17 Frumpy - Frumpy 2 - 02 How the Gypsy Was Born
18 Journey - Frontiers - 14 Only Solutions [-]
19 Sagrado Coracao Da Terra - Farol Da Liberdade - 06 Farol da Liberdade
20 Trevor Rabin - Beginnings - 04 Live a Bit
21 NRG - NRG - 03 Wings of Time
22 Eberhard Schoener - Video Magic - 03 Natural High
23 Phenomena - Phenomena - 01 Kiss Of Fire
 
listening link :

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radio station webpage :

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Enjoy !


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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 15:31
^
To make this playlist easier to digest, I inserted some non-prog bands that rely highly on melody (Fergie Frederiksen (ex-TOTO), Daniel Lanois (who is known from progsters for his work with Eno), Dale Bozzio & Missing Persons (with a line-up including Zappa alumnis), Alyson Avenue (whose vocalist is the current Nightwish singer),  Phenomena (feat. ex-Trapeze and ex-Deep Purple vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes, and the late Cozy Powell on drums).

I also wanted to share my love for a band from my birth country (Poland), Turquoise, with their first album and the amazing Katarzyna Jajko on vocals (she later left the band, but the remaining members hired the impressive Katarzyna Dudek to accompany the male vocals).

The Iron Maiden title I chose is a cover of the fantastic AOR band, FM, and, although in a typically Maiden-style, is as good as the original.


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Posted By: Kati
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 15:35
Originally posted by lucas lucas wrote:

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To make this playlist easier to digest, I inserted some non-prog bands that rely highly on melody (Fergie Frederiksen (ex-TOTO), Daniel Lanois (who is known from progsters for his work with Eno), Dale Bozzio & Missing Persons (with a line-up including Zappa alumnis), Alyson Avenue (whose vocalist is the current Nightwish singer),  Phenomena (feat. ex-Trapeze and ex-Deep Purple vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes, and the late Cozy Powell on drums).

I also wanted to share my love for a band from my birth country (Poland), Turquoise, with their first album and the amazing Katarzyna Jajko on vocals (she later left the band, but the remaining members hired the impressive Katarzyna Dudek to accompany the male vocals).

The Iron Maiden title I chose is a cover of the fantastic AOR band, FM, and, although in a typically Maiden-style, is as good as the original.
 
Daniel Lanois playing right now Lucas, great show!! Nice list Thumbs Up This song of his reminds me a bit of Simon and Garf not sure why but it does Approve Hug


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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 15:51
^
Thank you Kati, I promise more surprises next time.
And now, a very obscure canadian band...Rush...Big smile


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"Magma was the very first gothic rock band" (Didier Lockwood)


Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 15:54

And if you wonder this number is not on the Playlist, it's a commercial in France, Spain and America. In the rest of the world we cover this commercial with a 2 minute song.



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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 15:56
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no problem, I quite like it Wink


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"Magma was the very first gothic rock band" (Didier Lockwood)


Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 15:58
Missing Persons, much more dynamic on stage than on studio, especially regarding the fantastic electronic drums by her then-husband terry.

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"Magma was the very first gothic rock band" (Didier Lockwood)


Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 16:06
After Dale and her band, another Zappa alumni, Steve Vai with an instrumental song on which he performs everythinng.

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"Magma was the very first gothic rock band" (Didier Lockwood)


Posted By: Kati
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 16:22

A great variety of music, 90% prog but others are great choices too. I wish more stations would do this too! No rules only great moozik!!!! Approve

 
I must add that it's wonderful too that most of the prog are less or unknown thus not the obvious well known big bands. Love it Clap ha!! Awesome! Really Smile


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Posted By: Kati
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 16:26
DutchProg the third time is a charmer, your pronounciation of Lucas' name gets better with every mention WinkBig smileLOL

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Posted By: Kati
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 16:30
Ok with Frumpy - How the Gypsy was Born, my feet are tapping, my head turning from side to side in rhythmic mode, my arms are crossed and I am air drumming Big smile slowly to the fab rhythm.

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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 16:31
ok, it should be pronounced "lewka bjela" but nevermind.

In case you didn't notice frumpy is a woman ! Yes, difficult to believe...LOL
And there is a passage reminiscent of 'Eleanor Rigby', that reminded me of Wolf's "highway rider (WOlf was a NWOBHM band of the mid-eighties) the first time I heard it (or it should be the other way around as WOlf recorded their song 14 years after the one of frumpy).


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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 16:32
All the credits are for Lucas, I only mix it together. Good job Lucas Smile

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Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 16:37
OST for the original 'Tron'...

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"Magma was the very first gothic rock band" (Didier Lockwood)


Posted By: lucas
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 16:40
Although it's not obvious on the track selected, Sagrado Coraçao da Terra are a symphonic prog band. They are huge in their country, Brazil, the violinist Marcus Viana composed scores for several TV series. Marcus Viana provides (male) vocals for this song. 

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Posted By: DutchProg
Date Posted: January 21 2013 at 16:42
We have listeners from Brazil, so I think they are happy :)

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