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Topic: Seasons Of Change: Prog Radio, Adelaide, Australia
Posted By: David64T
Subject: Seasons Of Change: Prog Radio, Adelaide, Australia
Date Posted: September 05 2014 at 07:48
G'day, a quick word about Seasons Of Change, especially to anyone in the beautiful city of Adelaide, South Australia.

"Seasons Of Change" is a weekly program of diverse music, primarily progressive rock plus anything else that fits, including some occasional musical archaeology. It is broadcast on Saturday night, from 8pm to 11pm, to the Northern suburbs of Adelaide on community radio PBA FM, 89.7 FM, and on the web via pbafm.org.au.

This weekend, we celebrate both the 136th edition of SoC and the first weekend of the Australian Spring with another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Karnivool and sleepmakeswaves, plus classic '70's Aussie prog rock from Fraternity and Spectrum. And it's happy birthday this weekend to Swedish guitarist Roine Stolt (The Flower Kings, Kaipa), prog rock sax player for hire Mel Collins (King Crimson, Camel, and a full appointment book of mainstream bands and artists), Roger Waters (Pink Floyd), Marc Hunter (Dragon), Daryl Cotton (Zoot) and lastbutnotleast that rhapsodic bohemian Freddie Mercury.

8pm
Fraternity    Seasons of Change (1971) (Golden MilesAustralian Progressive Rock 1969 - 1974)
Spectrum    Fiddling fool (1971) (Part One)
Dragon    Patina (1974) (Universal Radio)
Dragon    Darkness (1975) (Scented Gardens For The Blind)
District 97    Read your mind (2012) (Trouble With Machines)
Moon Safari    Mega moon (2013) (Himlabecken Vol.1)
9pm
The Flower Kings    Desolation road (2013) (Desolation Rose)
The Flower Kings    Big puzzle (1999) (Back In The World of Adventures)
King Crimson    Cadence and cascade (1970) (In The Wake Of Poseidon)
Camel    Unevensong (live, 1977) (1978) (A Live Record)
Gerry Rafferty    Hang on (1992) (On A Wing And A Prayer)
Protest the Hero    Clarity (2013) (Volition)
Karnivool    Aeons (2013) (Asymmetry)
10pm
Queen    Somebody to love (1976) (A Day At The Races)
Queen    Killer queen (1974) (Sheer Heart Attack)
Queen    It’s a hard life (1984) (The Works)
Kate Bush    Cloudbursting (1985) (Hounds of Love)
Roger Waters    In the flesh + The happiest days of our lives+ Another brick in the wall (live, USA) (2006) (In The Flesh)
Roger Waters    What god wants, Part 1 (1992) (Amused To Death)
Zoot    Flying (1970) (Just Zoot / Zoot Locker)
Zoot    Eleanor Rigby (1970) (single only / Zoot Locker)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)

Program playlists also at http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/


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Posted By: Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Date Posted: September 05 2014 at 07:50
Ah-ha, signs of prog life elsewhere in Australia!

Looks like a fine selection, mate!

Do you have a podcast to download afterwards at all?


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: September 05 2014 at 08:00
Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Ah-ha, signs of prog life elsewhere in Australia!

Looks like a fine selection, mate!

Do you have a podcast to download afterwards at all?


Thank you for the kind words, mate!  No podcast, sorry - considerations with copyright rule that out unfortunately. So "Seasons Of Change" goes to air just once and that's it! Big smile

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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: September 05 2014 at 08:24
Nice playlist, I think I found something to listen on saturday mornings Tongue


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: September 05 2014 at 08:30
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Nice playlist, I think I found something to listen on saturday mornings Tongue

Thanks! Glad to have your company. Smile


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: September 11 2014 at 07:44

This Saturday night, on http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons Of Change , another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from The Lammas Tide (Perth) and Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest (Adelaide) plus classic '70's Aussie prog rock from Bakery and Sebastian Hardie and some electronic sounds from Cybotron. And it's happy birthday this weekend to Neil Peart (Rush).

8pm
Yes    Tempus fugit (1980) (Drama)
Yes    To be over (1974) (Relayer)
Rick Wakeman    Catherine of Aragon (1973) (The Six Wives Of Henry VIII)
Chris Squire    Lucky seven (1975) (Fish Out Of Water)
Anathema    The lost song (Part 3) (2014) (Distant Satellites)
Mostly Autumn    First day at school (2014) (Dressed In Voices)
Ozric Tentacles    Atmosphear (1985) (Tantric Obstacles)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/cybotron.htm" rel="nofollow - Cybotron     Suite 16/9th floor (1980) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an43370516" rel="nofollow - Implosion )
9pm
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie    Four moments suite: Glories Shall Be Released - Dawn of Our Sun - Journey Through Our Dreams - Everything Is Real (1975) (Four Moments / http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an10571687" rel="nofollow - Four Moments Of The Windchase )
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Soldier of the sun (2014) (Soldier Of The Sun, single)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     The Devil’s stone (2011) (High Tide)
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cotters-Bequest/228352820600855" rel="nofollow - Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotters Bequest     Hadrian's wall (1998) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=12576" rel="nofollow - My Mother's Country )
Rush    Nobody’s hero (1991) (Counterparts)
Rush    YYZ (1981) (Moving Pictures)
Rush    Tom Sawyer (1980) (Permanent Waves)
10pm
Kate Bush    Ninth wave: And dream of sheep + Under ice + Waking the witch + Watching you without me + The morning fog (1985) (Hounds of Love)
The Flower Kings    Nothing new under the sun + The lamb lies down on Broadway (live) (USA, 1998) (Alive On Planet Earth)
The Flower Kings    Monkey business (2002) (Unfold The Future)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/bakery.htm" rel="nofollow - Bakery     The gift (1971) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=22151" rel="nofollow - Momento )
https://www.facebook.com/sleepmakeswaves" rel="nofollow - Sleepmakeswaves     (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/165807925" rel="nofollow - .​.​.​and so we destroyed everything )



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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: September 19 2014 at 02:49
G'day, another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Anubis (Sydney) and Lacrymae (Perth), and some classic Lobby Loyde. Plus a selection of music featuring the late John Gustafson.

8pm
Pink Floyd    Echoes (1971) (Meddle)
https://www.facebook.com/anubismusic" rel="nofollow - Anubis     Hitchhiking to Byzantium (2014) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=45229" rel="nofollow - Hitchhiking To Byzantium )
https://www.facebook.com/anubismusic" rel="nofollow - Anubis     Tower of silence (2011) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/164260281?" rel="nofollow - Tower Of Silence )
Konchordat    Motion (2009) (English Ghosts)
Genesis    Burning rope (1978) (And Then There Were Three)
9pm
Roxy Music    Love is the drug (1975) (Siren)
Ian Gillan    Clear air turbulence (1977) (Clear Air Turbulence)
Roger Glover & Friends    Watch out for the bat (1974) (The Butterfly Ball)
Quatermass    Black sheep of the family (1970) (Quatermass)
Renaissance    Ashes are burning (1973) (Ashes Are Burning)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/wildcherries.htm" rel="nofollow - Lobby Loyde & Sudden Electric     Sympathy in D (1980/2006) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/38844796" rel="nofollow - Live With Dubs )
https://www.facebook.com/alonelycrowd" rel="nofollow - A Lonely Crowd    The fall (2014) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=44537" rel="nofollow - Transients )
10pm
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lacrymae/5836347225" rel="nofollow - Lacrymae     Handel’s Apocalypse (2009) ( http://www.metalobsession.net/2010/02/21/lacrymae-%E2%80%93-the-hallowed-design/" rel="nofollow - The Hallowed Design )
Kate Bush    Experiment IV (1986) (single only / The Whole Story)
Jethro Tull    By kind permission of + Dharma for one (live, Carnegie Hall) (1972) (Living In The Past)
Jethro Tull    Living in the past (1972) (Living In The Past)
https://www.facebook.com/andysalvanosmusic" rel="nofollow - Andy Salvanos     Radiant (2011) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/168850533?" rel="nofollow - Dream Recall )
https://www.facebook.com/sleepmakeswaves" rel="nofollow - Sleepmakeswaves     (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/165807925" rel="nofollow - .​.​.​and so we destroyed everything )



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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: September 20 2014 at 08:30
I was finally able to listen to your program Thumbs Up
I didn't know Ian Gillan played Jazz Rock/Fusion: I'll have to investigate it because I really liked that song Smile


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: September 26 2014 at 21:04
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I was finally able to listen to your program Thumbs Up
I didn't know Ian Gillan played Jazz Rock/Fusion: I'll have to investigate it because I really liked that song Smile


Thanks MD!

Yes, that's a great track - Ian channels James Brown very well I think. Cool

Have a look at http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20567" rel="nofollow - the reviews on PA - this album mostly gets a thumbs up, not the reception I'd expect for an Ian Gillan solo album.

For now I only have this song (on a compilation CD) but I'll get this CD when I can because I love how the rest of that CD sounds.

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: September 26 2014 at 21:32
G'day, another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Hibernal (Brisbane) and Sebastian Hardie, plus some classic music from Spectrum. And it’s happy birthday to the late great Australian blues, soul and jazz singer Wendy Saddington.

8pm
Ekseption    The 5th (1969) (Ekseption)
Focus    Focus III + Answers? Questions! Questions? Answers! (1972) (Focus III)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Art of life (2012) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an49002008" rel="nofollow - Blueprint )
Le Orme    Ritratto di un mattino + All ‘infuori del tempo + Ritorno al nulla (1973) (Felona e sorona)
Triumvirat    E minor 5/9 minor (1972) (Mediterranean Tales)
9pm
https://www.facebook.com/hibernalband" rel="nofollow - Hibernal     Fragments of the past + Fallout (instrumental) + Replacements Part II (2014) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=44773" rel="nofollow - Replacements / http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=44775" rel="nofollow - Replacements (Instrumental) )
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     The Sideways Saga (1971) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an44268899" rel="nofollow - Milesago )
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     Going home (1971) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an44268899" rel="nofollow - Milesago – bonus track on CD re-issue)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/saddington.htm" rel="nofollow - Wendy Saddington & The Copperwine     Five people said I was crazy (live, 1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/193450689" rel="nofollow - Wendy Saddington & The Copperwine Live )
10pm
Opeth    Cusp of eternity (2014) (Pale Communion)
A Secret River    No way to say goodbye (2014) (Colours Of Solitude)
Kate Bush    Hounds of love (1986) (Hounds Of Love)
Caravan    Nine feet underground (live, 1971) (2007) (The Show Of Our Lives – Live At The BBC 1968-1973)
Marillion    Slainte mhath + Sugar mice (1987) (Clutching At Straws)
https://www.facebook.com/sleepmakeswaves" rel="nofollow - Sleepmakeswaves     (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/165807925" rel="nofollow - .​.​.​and so we destroyed everything )


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: October 03 2014 at 17:17
G'day, another edition of Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Anubis (Sydney), Ben Craven (Brisbane) and Unitopia (Adelaide) recorded live, plus some classic Spectrum, Sebastian Hardie and Healing Force. And a little Kate Bush in honour of her last concerts this week - on the other side of the world - at the Hammersmith Odeon.

8pm
Rush    The Spirit of Radio (1980) (Permanent Waves)
Pink Floyd    Shine on you crazy diamond Pt.1 to 7 (1975 / 2001) (Wish You Were Here / Echoes)
Ozric Tentacles    Dance of the loomi (1994) (Arborescence)
https://www.facebook.com/BenCravenMusic" rel="nofollow - Ben Craven     Great & terrible potions (2011) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=34366" rel="nofollow - Great & Terrible Potions )
Renaissance    Northern Lights (1978) (A Song For All Seasons)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Rosanna (1976) (The Four Moments / http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an10571687" rel="nofollow - Four Moments Of The Windchase )
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     Trust me (1972) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an44268899" rel="nofollow - Milesago )
9pm
Dream Theater    In the Presence of Enemies Part 1 (2007) (Systematic Chaos)
Liquid Tension Experiment    Kindred Spirits (1998) (Liquid Tension Experiment)
Dream Theater    In the Presence of Enemies Part 2 (2007) (Systematic Chaos)
Yes    Roundabout (single version) (1972) (Fragile)
Procol Harum    Wee small hours of sixpence (1968) (single, Shine On Brightly)
King Crimson    In the court of the crimson king (1969) (In The Court Of The Crimson King)
10pm
https://www.facebook.com/anubismusic" rel="nofollow - Anubis     The passing bell (Parts I – VI) (2011) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/164260281?" rel="nofollow - A Tower Of Silence )
https://www.facebook.com/Unitopiamusic" rel="nofollow - Unitopia     More than a dream (live, 2011) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an47882116" rel="nofollow - One Night In Europe )
https://www.facebook.com/Unitopiamusic" rel="nofollow - Unitopia     Common Goal (2005) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20767" rel="nofollow - More than a Dream )
http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/kate-bush-performs-last-comeback-concert-but-hints-she-might-be-back-in-a-while-9773016.html" rel="nofollow - Kate Bush     Wuthering Heights (1978) (The Kick Inside)
http://www.milesago.com/Artists/healing-force.htm" rel="nofollow - Healing Force     Golden Miles (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/22809810" rel="nofollow - single only / http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an11616786" rel="nofollow - Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974 )

Playlists for Seasons Of Change at http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/ .


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: October 10 2014 at 16:32
G'day, another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons  http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Adelaide bands Dyssidia and Like Leaves, plus Mushroom Giant (Melbourne) and The Lammas Tide (Perth) and an entree sized serving of the eclectic '70's band Rainbow Theatre.

8pm
Camel    Rhayader (single edit) (1975) (The Snow Goose)
The Orb and David Gilmour    Spheres side: Es Vedra / Hymns to the Sun (Reprise) / Olympic / Chicago Dub / Bold Knife Trophy (2010) (Metallic Spheres)
Anathema    Anathema (2014) (Distant Satellites)
Porcupine Tree    Stranger by the minute (1999) (Stupid Dream)
https://www.facebook.com/dyssidiaband" rel="nofollow - Dyssidia     Deja senti (2013) ( http://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Dyssidia/Quiet_Waters/392033" rel="nofollow - Quiet Waters EP )
Karnivool    The Caudal Lure (2009)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/44722317" rel="nofollow - Sound Awake )
9pm
https://www.facebook.com/likeleavesmusic" rel="nofollow - Like Leaves     Dancing on glass + Fruit (2011) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/77146958" rel="nofollow - Like Leaves )
Genesis    The Cinema Show (1973) (Selling England By The Pound)
Steve Hackett    Clocks (the angel of Mons) (1979) (Spectral Mornings)
Curved Air    Marie Antoinette + Cheetah (1972) (Phantasmagoria)
http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=2006" rel="nofollow - Rainbow Theatre     Petworth House (1975) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/31439568" rel="nofollow - The Armada )
10pm
Triumvirat    Illusions on a double dimple (1973) (Illusions On A Double Dimple)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    A time and a place + From the beginning (live, 1997) (Then & Now)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Hoedown (1972) (Trilogy)
https://www.facebook.com/mushroomgiant" rel="nofollow - Mushroom Giant     Aesong (2012) (The Drake Equation EP)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Soldier of the sun (2014) (Soldier Of The Sun, single)
https://www.facebook.com/sleepmakeswaves" rel="nofollow - Sleepmakeswaves     (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/165807925" rel="nofollow - .​.​.​and so we destroyed everything )


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: October 11 2014 at 06:54
Hi,

I listened to that Ian Gillan Band album and its really awesome. I will probably listen to that one more often than any Deep Purple album Wink

I really liked to listen to Le Orme and Hibernal two weeks ago, outstanding music Thumbs Up
That song from Sebastian Hardie that was played last week is also quite good, I'll have to investigate his music.

I missed today's first hour due to time zone changes, and the playlist seemed really good. It used to start at 11:30 and now at 10:30 and it will start at 9:30 next month. Confused


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: October 11 2014 at 08:53
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Hi,

I listened to that Ian Gillan Band album and its really awesome. I will probably listen to that one more often than any Deep Purple album Wink

I really liked to listen to Le Orme and Hibernal two weeks ago, outstanding music Thumbs Up
That song from Sebastian Hardie that was played last week is also quite good, I'll have to investigate his music.

I missed today's first hour due to time zone changes, and the playlist seemed really good. It used to start at 11:30 and now at 10:30 and it will start at 9:30 next month. Confused


Thanks so much! Yes, "daylight saving" started here in Adelaide last Sunday, so all our clocks went forward 1 hour. I know what you mean - I believe the clocks in the "northern" hemisphere will be moving back 1 hour when daylight saving finishes there...

Yes, Sebastian Hardie is a rare band on the Australian scene, the only band I know of that did that "European" style of prog rock back in the '70's so close in style to Yes, Focus, etc.

20+ minutes of the first hour tonight was The Orb featuring Dave Gilmour anyway so tha't's easy to catch up with!

Smile


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: October 17 2014 at 16:43
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Kettlespider (Melbourne), Quiet Child (Adelaide) and the eclectic Resonaxis (Sydney), plus some classic music from Flake and Tully. With http://www.metalobsession.net/2014/09/02/a-night-with-devin-townsend-australian-guitar-clinic-tour/" rel="nofollow - Devin Townsend in Adelaide for a guitar clinic on Thursday , tonight features some of his "wall of sound" music. And it's happy birthday this weekend to the fine lyricist Keith Reid who has written lyrics for Procol Harum songs since 1967, and who in his spare time away from Procol has put words in the mouths of many singers including Robin Trower, Peter Frampton and John ("You're the voice") Farnham.

8pm
Jethro Tull    Look at the animals (1973/1993) (Nightcap)
DeeExpus    Maybe September (2012) (King Of Number 33)
The Wishing Tree    Hollow Hills (2009) (Ostara)
Procol Harum    A salty dog (1969) (A Salty Dog)
Procol Harum    The mark of the claw (1977) (Something Magic)
Procol Harum    A whiter shade of pale (1967) (single only)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tully.htm" rel="nofollow - Tully     Sea of joy Part 1 + Thank you + Brother sun + Sea of joy Part 2 (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/38890534" rel="nofollow - Sea Of Joy )
9pm
Ocean Machine    Seventh wave (1997) (Biomech)
Devin Townsend    Deep peace (2001) (Terria)
Devin Townsend    The greys + Tall latte (2007) (Ziltoid The Omnisient)
Ozric Tentacles    Plurnstyle (1995) (Become The Other)
Hawkwind    Aerospace age (2013) (Onward)
https://www.facebook.com/Resonaxis" rel="nofollow - Resonaxis     Monsignor Loss + Mysterium (2012) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=40288" rel="nofollow - Hymnarium )
https://www.facebook.com/kettlespider" rel="nofollow - Kettlespider     Reflections (2012) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=38274" rel="nofollow - Avadante )
10pm
https://www.facebook.com/quietchildtheband" rel="nofollow - Quiet Child     Conditions + The coming storm (2013) (The Coming Storm)
Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)    Alta Loma Nine Till Five (live, 1974) (Cook)
Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)    The world became the world (1974) (The World Became The World)
http://www.milesago.com/Artists/flake.htm" rel="nofollow - Flake     Under the silent tree (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/31592804" rel="nofollow - How’s Your Mother )
https://www.facebook.com/sleepmakeswaves" rel="nofollow - Sleepmakeswaves     (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/165807925" rel="nofollow - .​.​.​and so we destroyed everything )

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: October 24 2014 at 19:19
G'day, if you're not off to see the Rolling Stones in Adelaide tonight, you can put your feet up and relax from a day at the http://cheesefest.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Cheesefest in the Adelaide Parklands with another diverse, occasionally cheesy, edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons  http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - of Change this Saturday night (Australian time). It includes recent music from Brisbane band Caligula's Horse, a selection from the 2006 concept album by local group Gavin O’Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest ("A Celtic history of South Australia") and the ASO playing Pink Floyd also from 2006. And it's happy birthday to singer Jon Anderson (Yes),  French jazz pianist Jacques Loussier and the multi-talented Gil Matthews (drummer with Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs, as well as house engineer/producer for Havoc Records; and more recently the guru behind the remastering and reissue of some classic Australian music from the 1970's).

8pm
A Mixed Cheese Platter:
 - Cheddar
 - Stilton
 - Mozzarella
9pm
Jon Anderson    New new world (2011) (Survival And Other Stories)
Vangelis (feat. Jon Anderson)    So long ago so clear (1975) (Heaven And Hell)
Yes    South side of the sky (1972) (Fragile)
Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest    Kapunda 1856 The Cornish Miners + The Burra 1861 + Gulnare 1872 Death Of The Last Born (2006) (Land Of The Vast Horizon)
Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs    Most people I know (1972) (single only, The Complete Havoc Singles)
Gil Matthews    Gil’s thing (1971) (single only, The Complete Havoc Singles)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track from Abbey Moor sessions)
10pm
Jacques Loussier    Prelude No.1 (1959) (Play Bach No.1)
Jacques Loussier    Chorale No.1 (live) (1965) (Play Bach aux Champs-Elysees)
The Nice    Brandenburger (1968) (single, Ars Longa Vita Brevis)
ASO Plays Pink Floyd    Signs of life + Learning to fly + Another brick in the wall Pt.2 (live, 2006) (ASO Plays Pink Floyd)
Caligula’s Horse    A gift to afterthought (2013) (The Tide, The Thief & River's End)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: October 25 2014 at 07:44
The cheesy hour was awesome! Big smile
I really liked those symphonic Floyd songs. Did they play 'Atom Heart Mother'? By the way, my first contact with their music was in an Australian Pink Floyd concert near me (probably the only local progressive concert ever Tongue) and I saw they are from Adelaide as well. Smile


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: October 25 2014 at 09:30
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

The cheesy hour was awesome! Big smile
I really liked those symphonic Floyd songs. Did they play 'Atom Heart Mother'? By the way, my first contact with their music was in an Australian Pink Floyd concert near me (probably the only local progressive concert ever Tongue) and I saw they are from Adelaide as well. Smile


Thanks MD - I'm glad you enjoyed it. The cheesy hour was fun to put together too, I'm sure there are quite a few other pieces I could have picked instead, prog is well endowed with all those "cheesy moments" we know and love. Rhapsody are of course so "cheesy" it seems unfair to pick them.

I don't know whether the Atom Heart Mother suite was performed in the actual ASO concerts but it's not on the CD set - suspect it wasn't performed as the choral content of AHM would have been a logistical challenge. Of the "ASO Plays Pink Floyd" CD set, CD1 is essentially an orchestral overture plus most of DSOTM, while CD2 is a grab bag of Floyd eras - a suite of Barret songs, Shine on, selections from Momentary Lapse and of course Another Brick Pt.2. AHM suite is actually one of my Floyd favourites, along with Echoes and Shine on.

Yes, the Australian Pink Floyd Show have done well for themselves!


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: October 25 2014 at 09:41
^ I once saw a video of an italian PF tribute band/orchestra/choral that plays the entire 'Atom Heart Mother' suite and 'Summer 68'. It's really good, I would really like to see them, it's one of my favourite PF albums.


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: October 31 2014 at 17:55
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring classic music from Blackfeather and Tamam Shud, plus more recent releases from Indaba (heavy jazz rock fusion from Brisbane) and Sebastian Hardie. It's birthday greetings this weekend to Ric Grech (bass player with Family and Traffic) and Keith Emerson, plus a broad selection from the musical legacy of Jack Bruce.

8pm
Jack Bruce    Golden days (1974) (Out Of The Storm)
Jack Bruce    Tickets to waterfalls + Weird of Hermiston (1969) (Songs For A Tailor)
Cream    I feel free + White room (1968) (Wheels Of Fire)
Van Der Graaf Generator    The house with no door (1970) (H to He Who Am The Only One)
Spooky Tooth    Lost in the dream (1969) (Spooky Two)
Curved Air    Over and above (1972) (Phantasmagoria)
https://www.facebook.com/indababand" rel="nofollow - Indaba     Absolute mobility (2000) ( http://www.allaboutjazz.com/something-serious-indaba-independent-records-review-by-todd-s-jenkins.php" rel="nofollow - Something Serious )
9pm
http://www.milesago.com/artists/blackfeather.htm" rel="nofollow - Blackfeather     At the mountains of madness + Seasons of change (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/198710985" rel="nofollow - At The Mountains Of Madness )
http://www.milesago.com/artists/blackfeather.htm" rel="nofollow - Blackfeather     Tomorrow never knows (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/18281602" rel="nofollow - The GTK Tapes Vol.2 )
Traffic    Rainmaker (1971) (The Low Heeled Spark Of High Heeled Boys)
Traffic    Gimme some lovin’ (live) (1971) (Welcome  To The Canteen)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Honky tonk train blues (1977) (Works Volume II)
The Nice    America (1968) (single only)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Fanfare for the common man (1977) (Works Volume I)
10pm
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tamam.htm" rel="nofollow - Tamam Shud     Bali waters + Sea the swells + First things first (1972) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an25020147" rel="nofollow - Morning Of The Earth, soundtrack )
Cream    Crossroads (live) + NSU (live) (1968) (Wheels Of Fire)
Cream    Strange brew + Wrapping paper (live at the BBC) (1968) (Cream BBC Sessions)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     I wish (2012) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an49002008" rel="nofollow - Blueprint )
https://www.facebook.com/sleepmakeswaves" rel="nofollow - Sleepmakeswaves     (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/165807925" rel="nofollow - .​.​.​and so we destroyed everything )
https://www.facebook.com/andysalvanosmusic" rel="nofollow - Andy Salvanos     Long black lunch (2007) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/35599896" rel="nofollow - Closer )


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: November 07 2014 at 15:42
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+8+November+2014&iso=20141108T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring classic music from Spectrum/Murtceps, Mackenzie Theory and the recent CD reissue of the one and only album from 1972 by McPhee (Sydney) and new music from Vanishing Point (who nowadays sound more power metal than prog metal). There's some Joe Satriani (in concert here in Adelaide tomorrow). And it's happy birthday this weekend to Peter Hamill (VdGG), Greg Lake (King Crimson. ELP) and Roy Wood (ELO, Wizzard).

8pm
Joe Satriani    One big rush + The bells of Lal (Pat One) + The bells of Lal (Pat Two) (1989) (Flying In A Blue Dream)
Joe Satriani    The enigmatic (1986) (Not Of This Earth)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/mcphee.htm" rel="nofollow - McPhee     Indian rope man + Out to lunch (1972) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/32721197?" rel="nofollow - McPhee )
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/" rel="nofollow - Indelible Murtceps     We are indelible (1972) (Warts Up Your Nose / http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an11617682" rel="nofollow - Ghosts: Post-Terminal Reflection )
Electric Light Orchestra    Look at me now (1971) (The Electric Light Orchestra)
Roy Wood & Wizzard    See my baby jive (1973) (Wizzard Brew)
Ozric Tentacles    Ullular gate (1985) (Tantric Obstacles)
Hawkwind    Spiral galaxy 28948 (1975) (Warrior On The Edge Of Time - Remastered)
9pm
King Crimson    Peace – A beginning + Pictures of a city (1970) (In The Wake Of Poseidon)
Emerson Lake and Palmer    Trilogy (1972) (Trilogy)
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     Superbody (1970) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an42280659" rel="nofollow - Part One )
http://www.milesago.com/artists/mackenzie.htm" rel="nofollow - Mackenzie Theory     World’s the way (1973) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an46082727" rel="nofollow - Out Of The Blue )
Dream Theater    The test that stumped them all (2002 / 2008) (Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence / Greatest Hit)
Vanden Plas    Fire blossom + Rainmaker (1997) (The God Thing)
10pm
https://www.facebook.com/vanishingpointaustralia" rel="nofollow - Vanishing Point     Distant is the sun + Let the river run (2014) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=44613" rel="nofollow - Distant Is The Sun )
https://www.facebook.com/andysalvanosmusic" rel="nofollow - Andy Salvanos     Smiles (2007)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/35599896" rel="nofollow - Closer )
Anglagard    Jordrok (live) (1996) (Buried Alive)
Van der graaf Generator    Man Erg (1971) (Pawn Hearts)
https://www.facebook.com/sleepmakeswaves" rel="nofollow - Sleepmakeswaves     (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/165807925" rel="nofollow - .​.​.​and so we destroyed everything )


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: November 14 2014 at 17:39
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+15+November+2014&iso=20141115T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Dyssidia and the new CD from The Lammas Tide; plus a detour into the spacier side of Australian music with Lobby Loyde, Mushroom Giant (here in Adelaide next Saturday) and The Black Galaxy Experience. It's happy birthday this weekend to Martin Barre (Jethro Tull). And there's some Tori Amos ( https://www.facebook.com/toriamos/photos/a.438249994090.210034.5919119090/10152524855509091/?type=1&relevant_count=1" rel="nofollow - in concert here in Adelaide tmorrow).

8pm
Pink Floyd    selection from The Endless River (2014)
Syd Barrett    Dark globe (1970) (The Madcap Laughs)
Pink Floyd    When the tigers broke free (1982) (single only / Echoes: A Pink Floyd Collection)
Pink Floyd    One of these days (1971) (Meddle)
Pink Floyd    Us and them (1973) (Dark Side Of The Moon)
Dave Gilmour    The blue (2006) (On An Island)
9pm
https://www.facebook.com/mushroomgiant" rel="nofollow - Mushroom Giant     Aesong (2012) (The Drake Equation EP)
https://www.facebook.com/dyssidiaband" rel="nofollow - Dyssidia     Deja senti (2013) ( http://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Dyssidia/Quiet_Waters/392033" rel="nofollow - Quiet Waters EP )
Tori Amos    Seven sisters + Carry (2011) (Night Of Hunters)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/wildcherries.htm" rel="nofollow - Lobby Loyde     Hymenoptera’s revenge (1976) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an42088132" rel="nofollow - Beyond Morgia: The Labyrinths Of Klimster )
Ozric Tentacles    Five jam (1986) (Erpsongs)
https://www.facebook.com/TheBlackGalaxyExperience" rel="nofollow - The Black Galaxy Experience     Clean cut (2013) ( https://www.facebook.com/TheBlackGalaxyExperience/photos/a.186871051336590.43470.166563086700720/660215730668784/?type=1" rel="nofollow - End Transmission EP )
10pm
Jethro Tull    Aqualung (1971) (Aqualung)
Jethro Tull    Hot mango flush (1999) (Dot Com)
Dave Gilmour    Echoes (live, 2006) (Live In Gdansk)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Barefoot electric + A company of rogues (2014) (Barefoot Electric)
https://www.facebook.com/sleepmakeswaves" rel="nofollow - Sleepmakeswaves     (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/165807925" rel="nofollow - .​.​and so we destroyed everything )



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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: November 14 2014 at 17:46
A Floyd special? I better wake up early tomorrow Tongue
Really like the new album, by the way.
Also I really liked to listen to King Crimson (even if it was from my least favourite album) and Anglagard last week.


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: November 14 2014 at 17:54
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

A Floyd special? I better wake up early tomorrow Tongue

Your first challenge for the day! Smile I'll try to make it worth your while. Listening to Syd singing "Dark globe" I thought he sounded like Roger Waters singing circa The Wall - or maybe that's just me.

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Really like the new album, by the way.

Me too - I haven't picked the specific music for tonight yet though... we'll see what happens.

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Also I really liked to listen to King Crimson (even if it was from my least favourite album) and Anglagard last week.

Thanks MD! KC are like that I think - inevitable for one thing considering the "phases" the band went through...


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: November 14 2014 at 18:03
I never listened to any Syd solo music, it's probably a good way to start.

My instant favourites of the album were: 'It's What We Do', 'Anisina' and 'Autumn'68'. I guess it's easier to memorise the music when you have to get up to change sides four times LOL

From KC, their next album, Lizard, is one of my favourites Thumbs Up


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: November 21 2014 at 18:38
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+22+November+2014&iso=20141122T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring recent music from Adelaide's Sympathy Orchestra and Unitopia,  and the new CD from The Lammas Tide (Perth); plus some classic early '70's music from Barrie McAskill and the Levi Smith's Clefs. And it's happy birthday this weekend to Steve Swindells (songwriter and keyboardist with Hawkwind, who contributed a mildly successful single during his brief tenure with the band).

8pm
Starting with a little birthday music, then continuing with:
http://www.milesago.com/artists/levismithsclefs.htm" rel="nofollow - Levi Smith's Clefs     Relief from a lighted doorway + You can’t do that (1970) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/43636542" rel="nofollow - Empty Monkey )
Freedom To Glide    Rain (Part 1) + Anywhere Else But Here + Path Of Reason+ Riders on a wave (2013) (Rain)
Tin Spirits    Old hands (2014) (Scorch)
Steeleye Span    Overture + The Dark Morris Song + The good witch (2013) (Wintersmith)
Steeleye Span    Rosebud in June (1972) (Below The Salt)
Jethro Tull    Broadsword (1982) (Broadsword And The Beast)
9pm
https://www.facebook.com/Unitopiamusic" rel="nofollow - Unitopia     Take good care (2005) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20767" rel="nofollow - More Than A Dream )
https://www.facebook.com/Unitopiamusic" rel="nofollow - Unitopia     Even in the quietest moments (2013) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=37601" rel="nofollow - Covered Mirror Vol.1 Smooth As Silk )
Moon Safari    Too young to say goodbye (2013) (Himlabecken Vol.1)
The Flower Kings    Dark fascist skies (2013) (Desolation Rose)
10pm
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Barefoot electric (2014) (Barefoot Electric)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     The Devil’s stone (2011) (High Tide)
https://www.facebook.com/sympathyorchestra" rel="nofollow - Sympathy Orchestra     May the middle (2014) (Sword Machine)
Hawkwind    High Rise (live) (1978/1992) (The Hawklords Live)
Hawkwind    Shot down in the night (live) (1979) (Live ‘79)
Andy Jackson    The boy in the forest (2014) (Signal To Noise)
Pink Floyd    Side 2: Sum + Skins + Unsung + Anisina (2014) (The Endless River)


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: November 22 2014 at 07:09
Nice shows David! Thumbs Up

I also noticed The Wall on that Syd Barrett song, specificaly 'Mother'. The last recording of 'Echoes' with Wright is also amazing, probably as good as Pompeii.

I discovered some great bands today: Freedom To Glide (very Floyd indeed), Unitopia (I wasn't expecting that african tune after the symphonic intro and that cover pleased this Supertramp fan Tongue). Lammas Tide and Andy Jackson are also really good.

By the way, if you're interested in other Floyd-like bands check this band:
http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=93601" rel="nofollow - http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=93601

It's a tribute album to PF band from my town and they used lots of vintage instruments and effects, some of them in common to what Floyd used back then Thumbs Up


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: November 22 2014 at 08:13
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Nice shows David! Thumbs Up

I also noticed The Wall on that Syd Barrett song, specificaly 'Mother'. The last recording of 'Echoes' with Wright is also amazing, probably as good as Pompeii.

I discovered some great bands today: Freedom To Glide (very Floyd indeed), Unitopia (I wasn't expecting that african tune after the symphonic intro and that cover pleased this Supertramp fan Tongue). Lammas Tide and Andy Jackson are also really good.

By the way, if you're interested in other Floyd-like bands check this band:
http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=93601" rel="nofollow - http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=93601

It's a tribute album to PF band from my town and they used lots of vintage instruments and effects, some of them in common to what Floyd used back then Thumbs Up

Thanks MD - I'm very happy you enjoyed the music! I noticed the music I selected was leaning toward Floyd again this week but decided to leave it that way.

Unitopia are worth checking out - their final CD, the "covers" album, is on Bandcamp along with their live album so you can check out more of them if you want.

Right now I am listening to the Soundcloud you recommended - loving it! A good recommendation, thank you. I will be heading off to bed soon though - half past midnight here in Adelaide now.


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: November 22 2014 at 08:37
I will certainly check them out. Thanks!

I'm glad you like the band I suggested. Smile


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: November 28 2014 at 16:47
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+29+November+2014&iso=20141129T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring Adelaide band Unitopia recorded live and some heavier music from the Perth band Voyager. With much of Adelaide at the Glendi festival today and tomorrow, there's a musical detour to Greece including the band Aphrodite's Child, which in the early 1970's featured both the keyboard wizard Vangelis and the singer Demis 'Forever and ever' Roussos. And it's happy birthday this weekend to Roger Glover (Deep Purple).

8pm
Rush    Distant early warning (1984) (Grace Under Pressure)
Rush    The anarchist (2012) (Clockwork Angels)
Vangelis    The motion of the stars (1988) (Direct)
Aphrodite’s Child    The four horsemen (1972) (666)
September Code    B4U (2012) (Remembering Mirrors)
Voyager    Pulse 04 + Falling (2007) (Univers)
Andy Salvanos    Happy song (2011) (Dream Recall)
Camel    Ice (1979) (I Can See Your House From Here)
9pm
Sky    Where Opposites Meet (1979) (Sky)
Kevin Peek    Drifting (1982) (Life And Other Games)
John Williams    Travelling (1978) (Travelling)
Francis Monkman    The Long Good Friday soundtrack: Overture (1981) (The Long Good Friday soundtrack)
White Willow    Anamnesis (2000/2014) (Sacrament)
Dave Kerzner    Stranded Pt.1 (2014) (New World)
10pm
Roger Glover and Guests    The feast + Love is all (1974) (The Butterfly Ball)
Deep Purple    Perfect strangers (1984) (Perfect Strangers)
Unitopia    The garden (live) (2011) (One Night In Europe)
Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest    Trevethy Quoit + Hadrian’s wall + St Michael’s Mount + Cerne abbas (1998) (My Mother’s Country)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​and so we destroyed everything)



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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 05 2014 at 08:05
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+6+December+2014&iso=20141206T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) for a night of musical epics - or epic music, take your pick - featuring classic '70's Aussie prog rock from Fraternity and Sebastian Hardie, and more recent recordings from Alithia (Melbourne), Ben Craven (Brisbane) and The Break (blend: three parts Midnight Oil, one part Violent Femmes).

8pm
http://www.milesago.com/artists/fraternity.htm" rel="nofollow - Fraternity     Seasons of Change (1971) (single only / http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an11616786" rel="nofollow - Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974 )
The Flower Kings    One more time (2007) (The Sum of No Evil)
Renaissance    Song of Scheherazade (1975) (Scheherazade And Other Stories)
Ozric Tentacles    Jurassic shift (1993) (Jurassic Shift)
9pm
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Windchase (1976) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=1210" rel="nofollow - The Windchase / http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an10571687" rel="nofollow - Four Moments Of The Windchase )
https://www.facebook.com/BenCravenMusic" rel="nofollow - Ben Craven     The conjurer + No specific harm + Solace+ Nobody dies forever Pt.2 (2011) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=34366" rel="nofollow - Great And Terrible Potions )
https://www.facebook.com/alithiaband" rel="nofollow - Alithia     Thirteen (2014) (To The Edge Of Time)
10pm
Yes
Pink Floyd (live)
https://www.facebook.com/thebreakmusic" rel="nofollow - The Break      Majestic Kelp (2013) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/195727112" rel="nofollow - Space Farm )


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: December 07 2014 at 10:58
What an epic show yesterday, too many great classics to mention. I really liked that Sebastian Hardie track, I have to listen to his albums... I think I already said it once Big smile

You said that Waters excepcionally sang on that live track but he's the one who sings on the studio version, although he does sound more like Gilmour on that one Ermm

By the way, I listened to the four Unitopia albums and they are really good, especially the last two Thumbs Up


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 08 2014 at 04:24
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

What an epic show yesterday, too many great classics to mention. I really liked that Sebastian Hardie track, I have to listen to his albums... I think I already said it once Big smile

Thanks MD - I'm glad you liked the show! The set of "epics" was fun to put together -and quick too - I'm grateful for that in a week when my day job has been busy.  Incidentally, "Sebastian Hardie" the band doesn't actually feature a person called "Sebastian Hardie" - I've no idea exactly why the chose the name (I did a quick web search just then). If you're interested, there's an interesting interview with guitarist Mario Millo http://www.progressor.net/interview/mario_millo.html" rel="nofollow - here .
 
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

You said that Waters excepcionally sang on that live track but he's the one who sings on the studio version, although he does sound more like Gilmour on that one Ermm

Embarrassed Oops! I'll have to listen to the studio version again - maybe Roger just sounds more "Roger-like" on the live version then...That's my excuse... Roger's singing on that still sounds weird to me though, I'm so used to the studio version.

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

By the way, I listened to the four Unitopia albums and they are really good, especially the last two Thumbs Up

Excellent! Yes, a shame that band has split up now. Oddly enough, as far as I know, Unitopia did hardly any gigs here in Adelaide - the last Unitopia gig was in 2011 I think, before I'd even heard about them! It's both funny and sad to think they were relatively popular in Europe - enough to get a deal with Inside Out - but little known here in Adelaide, their home town.


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: December 08 2014 at 06:30
Thanks for that interview, so the origin of the name was something like Sgt. Peppers then. I found interesting that he mentioned the lack of money and venues to why they broke up and they would have more scope in Europe and here prog bands say the same only changing to "anywhere else in Europe" Ermm

Yeah, I know what you mean, he sounds like the crazy The Wall Roger I know and hate Tongue

From what I've been told, the band members formed United Progressive Fraternity after that, although they only played on "the other Europe" so far. Their album is on Progstreaming by the way.


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 09 2014 at 04:00
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

From what I've been told, the band members formed United Progressive Fraternity after that, although they only played on "the other Europe" so far. Their album is on Progstreaming by the way.

Yes - the UPF album is on order for me right now - I hope to get it soon.  Thanks for the tip - I will check it out on Progstreaming!
Smile


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 12 2014 at 07:52
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+13+December+2014&iso=20141213T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, spending some time with some of the more interesting music releases from the last 12 months. This includes some excellent Australian music from Quiet Child (Adelaide), Anubis (Sydney), The Lammas Tide (Perth), Ben Craven & The Section (Brisbane), Hibernal (Brisbane) and Sympathy Orchestra (Adelaide), plus a reminder of the remarkable gig in June at the Gov by The Crimson Projekct.

8pm
IQ     The road of bones (2014) (The Road Of Bones)
Transatlantic    Into the blue (2014) (Kaleidoscope)
Nick Magnus    Time (2014) (N’Monix)
Iamthemorning    Os lunatam (2014) (Belighted)
A Secret River    No way to say goodbye (2014) (Colours Of Solitude)
9pm
https://www.facebook.com/anubismusic" rel="nofollow - Anubis     Room with a view (2014) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=45229" rel="nofollow - Hitchhiking To Byzantium )
https://www.facebook.com/BenCravenMusic" rel="nofollow - Ben Craven & The Section     Golden band (2014) (Dissected)
https://www.facebook.com/hibernalband" rel="nofollow - Hibernal     Fragments of the past (instrumental) (2014) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=44775" rel="nofollow - Replacements )
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Dragonfly (2014) (Barefoot Electric)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     When all is said and done (2014) (Barefoot Electric)
https://www.facebook.com/quietchildtheband" rel="nofollow - Quiet Child     Bonewreath (2014) (Chapter & Verse)
10pm
Pink Floyd    Louder than words (2014) (The Endless River)
Synaesthesia    Epiphany (2014) (Synaethesia)
The Crimson Projekct    Sleepless (2014) (Live In Tokyo)
Opeth    Cusp of eternity (2014) (Pale Communion)
Robert Reed    Sanctuary (2014) (Sanctuary)
Perfect Beings    Fictions (2014) (Perfect Beings)
https://www.facebook.com/sympathyorchestra" rel="nofollow - Sympathy Orchestra     Danger (2014) (Sword Machine)


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: December 12 2014 at 08:07
Great playlist! I won't be able to listen tomorrow unfortunately Unhappy


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 12 2014 at 16:28
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Great playlist! I won't be able to listen tomorrow unfortunately Unhappy

Sorry to hear that MD Unhappy but thanks for the kind words on the playist! Big smile


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: December 12 2014 at 17:46
I know most of those songs, I think I'm covered :P
Probably my favourites from those are PF obviously, Robert Reed because I know every bit of Oldfield's classic albums, so another one is welcome, and Hibernal is simply amazing. :)
I think it was a very good year for RPI though.


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 19 2014 at 20:40
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I know most of those songs, I think I'm covered :P
Probably my favourites from those are PF obviously, Robert Reed because I know every bit of Oldfield's classic albums, so another one is welcome, and Hibernal is simply amazing. :).

You may like to check out the http://hibernal.bandcamp.com/album/the-machine-instrumental" rel="nofollow - instrumental version of some music from "The Machine" then, that Mark Healy (Hibernal) has just released - if you haven't already, that is!
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I think it was a very good year for RPI though.

Smile I'm sure it was! Sadly I don't have a lot of RPI and what I do have access to is the better known RPI from the '70's (PFM, Banco).  I am open to suggestions on 2014 RPI though!


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 19 2014 at 20:46
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+20+December+2014&iso=20141220T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, with the emphasis on music for the festive season, including a selection of Jethro Tull recorded live at St Bride's Church (London).

8pm
Jethro Tull    Holly herald (2003) (The Christmas Album)
Steeleye Span    The holly and the ivy (1972) (single only, B-side to Gaudete)
Steeleye Span    Gaudete (1972) (Below The Salt)
Mike Oldfield    In dulce jubilo (1975) (single only)
Loreena McKennitt    Seeds of love + Coventry carol+ God rest ye, merry gentlemen (1995) (A Winter Garden)
Procol Harum    A Christmas Camel (1967) (Procol Harum)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    I believe in Father Christmas (1977) (Works Volume 2)
The Orb featuring David Gilmour    Metallic side: Metallic Spheres/Hymns to the sun/Black Graham (2010) (Metallic Spheres)
9pm
Dream Theater    Octavarium (2005) (Octavarium)
https://www.facebook.com/Unitopiamusic" rel="nofollow - Unitopia     The garden (2008) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20768" rel="nofollow - The Garden )
Renaissance    Islands (1970) (Renaissance)
10pm
Jethro Tull    selection from Christmas At St Brides 2008
Sky    Troika (1983) (Cadmium)
Emma Horwood    Noël nouvelet (2010) ( http://www.emmahorwood.com.au/cds.htm" rel="nofollow - Angel Song: A Christmas Blessing )


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 26 2014 at 19:01
G'day, please join me for the last edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change for 2014 this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+27+December+2014&iso=20141227T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ), this week spending some time with some more of the interesting music from 2014. There's also selections from the musical legacy of Jack Bruce (Cream), John Gustafson (bass player and/or lead singer with various bands including Quatermass, the Ian Gillan Band and Roxy Music), Glen Cornick (Jethro Tull), and Jim Keays (The Masters Apprentices).

8pm
United Progressive Fraternity    The water (2014) (United Progressive Fraternity)
Andy Jackson    Invisible colours + Brownian motion (2014) (Signal To Noise)
Nick Magnus    Time + Memory + Eminent Victorians (2014) (N’Monix)
Mostly Autumn    Not yours to take + Running (2014) (Dressed In Voices)
Anathema    The lost song (Part 3) (2014) (Distant Satellites)
9pm
Cream    Crossroads (live) (1968) (Wheels Of Fire – Live side)
Jack Bruce    Weird of Hermiston (1969) (Songs For A Tailor)
Jack Bruce    Golden days (1974) (Out Of The Storm)
Quatermass    Black sheep of the family (1970) (Quatermass)
Roxy Music    Love is the drug (1975) (Siren)
Jethro Tull    Bouree (1969) (Stand Up)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/masters.htm" rel="nofollow - The Masters Apprentices     Wars on hands of time (1966 / 1967) (B-side of first single “Undecided” / http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/47066105" rel="nofollow - Masters Apprentices - reissue )
The Masters Apprentices    Living in a child’s dream (1967) (single only, bonus track on http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/47066105" rel="nofollow - Masters Apprentices - reissue )
The Master’s Apprentices    I’m your satisfier (1971) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=25788" rel="nofollow - Choice Cuts )
The Master’s Apprentices    Melodies of St. Kilda/Southern Cross (1972) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/44368814" rel="nofollow - A Toast To Panama Red )
The Master’s Apprentices    Because I love you (1971) (single, http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/7583303" rel="nofollow - Nickelodeon )
10pm
https://www.facebook.com/vanishingpointaustralia" rel="nofollow - Vanishing Point     Beyond redemption (Intro) + King of empty promises + Distant is the sun (2014) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=44613" rel="nofollow - Distant Is The Sun )
The Crimson Projekct    Frame by frame + Dinosaur (live) (2014) (Live In Tokyo)
Animals As Leaders    Air chrysalis (2014) (The Joy Of Motion)
The Angels    No secrets + Love takes care/Be with you (live) (1997) (Liveline)
The Angels    Am I ever gonna see your face again (1976) (The Angels)
https://www.facebook.com/sympathyorchestra" rel="nofollow - Sympathy Orchestra     Mystic peanut (2014) (Sword Machine)


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: December 26 2014 at 19:19
Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I think it was a very good year for RPI though.

Smile I'm sure it was! Sadly I don't have a lot of RPI and what I do have access to is the better known RPI from the '70's (PFM, Banco).  I am open to suggestions on 2014 RPI though!
I think the most obvious is the latest Logos album although my favourite is between Ad Maiora's self-titled and Syndone's Odysseas, both amazing albums.

I hope the streaming works now, it wasn't working last week Unhappy


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: January 02 2015 at 18:26
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I think the most obvious is the latest Logos album although my favourite is between Ad Maiora's self-titled and Syndone's Odysseas, both amazing albums.

Thanks for the recommendations - I like what I hear of Syndone so far!
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I hope the streaming works now, it wasn't working last week Unhappy
We'll see how it goes - it was up a few days ago but may not be up at the moment.


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: January 02 2015 at 18:36
"Seasons Of Change" is heading into something of a Summer break for a few weeks until an Australia Day special on 24th January. Tonight, turning the clock back 40 years with a selection of music from 1975: amidst some classics and oddities, this includes classic Australian music from Sebastian Hardie, Ariel and the eclectic Rainbow Theatre; and, from across the Tasman, Dragon and Split Enz.

8pm
Steeleye Span
Rush
Curved Air
Hatfield and the North
Ariel
Renaissance
Tangerine Dream
Genesis
Camel
Hawkwind
9pm
Rick Wakeman
Split Enz
Caravan
Sebastian Hardie
Kansas
Gentle Giant
10pm
Procol Harum
Rainbow Theatre
Pink Floyd
Dragon
Van der graaf Generator
Barclay James Harvest
Chris Squire
Queen

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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: January 03 2015 at 16:29
The streaming worked last week and this one too Smile

Great show this week, although I missed most of the first hour: I had a spacey breakfast listening to Hawkwind Tongue

I didn't know Rainbow Theatre, it sounds really good Thumbs Up


Posted By: Bérghem
Date Posted: January 07 2015 at 09:17
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I think the most obvious is the latest Logos album although my favourite is between Ad Maiora's self-titled and Syndone's Odysseas, both amazing albums.


Thank you for appreciating our music. 
Paolo (Ad Maiora)


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: January 23 2015 at 17:08
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

The streaming worked last week and this one too Smile

Great show this week, although I missed most of the first hour: I had a spacey breakfast listening to Hawkwind Tongue

Thanks! Nothing like some space-rock to start the day off...
Smile

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I didn't know Rainbow Theatre, it sounds really good Thumbs Up

Yes, they only put out two albums - worth a listen if you are not put off by their rather stiff singer, or even if you are - the music itself is really quite melodic and something different considering the rest of the Australian scene at the time and the general lack of bands ploughing the prog rock furrow. Both the Rainbow Theatre albums ( http://www.aztecrecords.com.au/products/avscd019" rel="nofollow - The Armada , http://www.aztecrecords.com.au/products/avscd011" rel="nofollow - Fantasy Of Horses ) have been released on CD by Aztec Music who did a great job - remastered and with really informative CD notes that throw a lot of light onto the band and their recordings


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: January 23 2015 at 17:17
G'day, please join me for an all Australian edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+24+January+2015&iso=20150124T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ), for the Australia Day weekend:

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8pm 
http://www.milesago.com/Artists/healing-force.htm" rel="nofollow - Healing Force     Golden Miles (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/22809810" rel="nofollow - single only ) 
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Windchase     Forward we ride / Horsemen to infinity (1978) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/37313315?q&versionId=48629239" rel="nofollow - Symphinity )
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     At the end (1976) (Windchase)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Another string (2012) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an49002008" rel="nofollow - Blueprint )

https://www.facebook.com/BenCravenMusic" rel="nofollow - Ben Craven     The conjurer + No specific harm + Solace (2011) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=34366" rel="nofollow - Great & Terrible Potions )
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Barefoot electric (2014) (Barefoot Electric)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Fothersby (2011) (High Tide)

9pm
http://www.facebook.com/caligulashorsemusic" rel="nofollow - Caligula’s Horse     Water’s edge (2013) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=42143" rel="nofollow - The Tide, The Thief & River's End )
https://www.facebook.com/kettlespider" rel="nofollow - Kettlespider     The kettle spider (2010) (demo)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tully.htm" rel="nofollow - Tully     Sea of joy Part 1 (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/38890534" rel="nofollow - Sea Of Joy )
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     Untitled (1971) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an44268899" rel="nofollow - Milesago )
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tamam.htm" rel="nofollow - Tamam Shud     Sea the swells (1972) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an25020147" rel="nofollow - Morning Of The Earth, soundtrack )

http://www.milesago.com/artists/tully.htm" rel="nofollow - Tully     Sea of joy Part 2 (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/38890534" rel="nofollow - Sea Of Joy )

10pm
http://www.milesago.com/artists/wildcherries.htm" rel="nofollow - Lobby Loyde     Adrift in Ether (1976/2006) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an42088132" rel="nofollow - Beyond Morgia: The Labyrinths of Klimster )
http://www.milesago.com/artists/cybotron.htm" rel="nofollow - http://www.milesago.com/artists/cybotron.htm" rel="nofollow - ybotron     Black devil’s triangle (1980) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an43370516" rel="nofollow - Implosion )
http://www.milesago.com/artists/madder.htm" rel="nofollow - Madder Lake     Salmon Song (1973) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an44268954" rel="nofollow - Still Point )
http://www.milesago.com/Artists/flake.htm" rel="nofollow - Flake     Under the silent tree (1971)
( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/31592804" rel="nofollow - How’s Your Mother )

https://www.facebook.com/anubismusic" rel="nofollow - Anubis     Collapse (live) (2012) (A King With No Crown, single)
https://www.facebook.com/andysalvanosmusic" rel="nofollow - Andy Salvanos     Juggler’s song (2007) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/35599896" rel="nofollow - Closer )
http://www.milesago.com/artists/fraternity.htm" rel="nofollow - Fraternity     Seasons of Change (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/22776521?q&versionId=27613443" rel="nofollow - single only )


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: January 25 2015 at 16:38
^ Good to have you back, another great show this week: I'll add Ben Craven and Cybotron to my list of artists to check: thanks for the information about Rainbow Theater by the way. Good to know you'll play some TD next week. Have a nice holiday Smile

Originally posted by Bérghem Bérghem wrote:


Thank you for appreciating our music. 
Paolo (Ad Maiora)
My pleasure Thumbs Up


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: January 30 2015 at 19:22
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

^ Good to have you back, another great show this week: I'll add Ben Craven and Cybotron to my list of artists to check: thanks for the information about Rainbow Theater by the way. Good to know you'll play some TD next week. Have a nice holiday Smile


Thanks MD! It's always interesting to put together a program of exclusively Australian music, given that the musical styles range from the "head music" of the early '70's through to the heavy/technical/djent bands that make up so much of the "progressive rock" scene here in Australia these days; the typical "old school" symphonic prog style is rather rare here.

Ben Craven has put out some great music and I'm looking forward to his new album. His first solo album came out on vinyl too - and I can testify that the Roger Dean artwork he commissioned looks terrific full size!  I probably prefer Cybotron's earlier releases over the Implosion album, their earlier music does stretch out a bt more -  but sadly Implosion is the only one I have on CD. Black Devil's Triangle is a good track, lots of those great retro synth sounds, and the bonus tracks on the reissue are also very good!


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: January 30 2015 at 19:29
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+31+January+2015&iso=20150131T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring some excellent Australian music from Dyssidia (Adelaide), Alithia (Melbourne), and Caligula's Horse (in Adelaide this week) as well as The Loving Tongue (Adelaide) with something from their 2003 sessions with Gavin O'Loghlen of Cotter's Bequest. And some selections from the musical legacy of Edgar Froese (Tangerine Dream) and Demis Roussos (Aphrodite's Child).

8pm
Caligula’s Horse    A gift to afterthought (2013) (The Tide, The Thief & River's End)
Dyssidia    Deja senti (2013) (Quiet Waters EP)
Alithia    Thirteen (2014) (To The Edge Of Time)
Ozric Tentacles    Waterfall City (1999) (Waterfall Cities)
Pink Floyd    Things left unsaid + It’s what we do + Ebb and flow (2014) (The Endless River)
9pm
Tangerine Dream    Phaedra (1974) (Phaedra)
Focus    Hamburger concerto (1974) (Hamburger Concerto)
Aphrodite’s Child    The four horsemen (1972) (666)
10pm
The Loving Tongue    Lady of the sea (2003) (Distant Dreams)
Renaissance    Pearls of wisdom + Dear Landseer + Northern lights (live, Japan, 2001) (In The Land Of The Rising Sun)
The Mighty Bard    Bird (2014) (Blue God And Other Stories)
Luna Rossa    Fly away (2014) (Secrets And Lies)
The Break    Majestic kelp (2013) (Space Farm)


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: January 30 2015 at 20:11
^^ I celebrated your holiday by listening to only Australian albums I wanted to check: that Ben Craven album, the first from Rainbow Theatre, Four Moments and Blueprint from Sebastian Hardie and the album from UPF. Every one of them is amazing Big smile
I saw that Ben Craven LP, but the shipping costs from Australia are frightening Stern Smile I already have many LP size Roger Dean artwork to look at though Wink

^That seems promissing! I listened to Phaedra last week, it's the only TD LP I have so far. I'm interested to hear that Renaissance recent concert, since I'll probably see them in a few months Smile


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: February 06 2015 at 20:01
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

^^ I celebrated your holiday by listening to only Australian albums I wanted to check: that Ben Craven album, the first from Rainbow Theatre, Four Moments and Blueprint from Sebastian Hardie and the album from UPF. Every one of them is amazing Big smile

Smile Glad to hear that MD - yes, we have some talent here in Australia, it's just not very thick on the ground. I have the UPF CD now too, will play a little more from it in future.

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I saw that Ben Craven LP, but the shipping costs from Australia are frightening Stern Smile

Too true! Them vinyl record things are both bulky and fragile, a bad combination for freight purposes really and yes I wouldn't refcommend freight from Australia to Europe. Ben's LP is a thing of beauty though...Smile


Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

^That seems promissing! I listened to Phaedra last week, it's the only TD LP I have so far. I'm interested to hear that Renaissance recent concert, since I'll probably see them in a few months Smile

I've not got much TD either - I find the reviews here on PA are a good starting point as to what to acquire since TD put out so many albums!  Wacko


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: February 06 2015 at 20:06
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+7+February+2015&iso=20150207T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  tonight turning the clock back to 1970 with some fine music from the Sydney band Kahvas Jute plus more recent music from The Black Galaxy Experience (Melbourne). Since it was http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waitangi_Day" rel="nofollow - Waitangi Day yesterday in New Zealand, there's a feast of music from across the Tasman (Split Enz, Dragon and Airlord), plus some classic Italian prog rock (to accompany the http://www.carnevale-adelaide.com/" rel="nofollow - Carnevale festival here in Adelaide this weekend). And it's happy birthday this weekend to Roye Albrighton (guitarist and singer with Nektar), Tim Blake (Gong, Hawkwind) and Huw Lloyd Langton (Hawkwind).

8pm
Gentle Giant    Playing the game (1974) (The Power And The Glory)
Karmakanic    Who’s the boss in the factory (2008) (Who’s The Boss In The Factory)
Karmakanic    Turn it up (2011) (In A Perfect World)
Banco (Del Mutuo Soccorso)    Danza deigrandi rettili (1972) (Darwin)
Locanda delle Fate    A vette un istante di quiete (1977) (Forse le lucciole non si amano piu)
Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)    Four holes in the ground (1974) (The World Became The World)
Neon Leaves    Rites and the passage (2013) (Cinema Verite)
9pm
Nektar    New day dawning (feat. Norweigan Wood) (1973) (Sounds Like This)
Nektar    Recycle / Cybernetic consumption / Recycle countdown / Automation Horrorscope / Flight to reality / Unendless imaginations (1976) (Recycled)
Ozric Tentacles    There’s a planet here (1994) (Arborescence)
The Black Galaxy Experience    Clean cut (2013) (End Transmission EP)
Kahvas Jute    Free + Parade of fools (1970)  (Wide Open)
10pm
Hawkwind    The fifth second of forever (1980) (Levitation)
Hawkwind    Dust of time (1980) (Levitation)
Gong    Castle in the clouds (1973) (Angels Egg)
Hawkwind    Hurry on sundown (1970) (Hawkwind)
Split Enz    Walking down a road (1975) (Mental Notes)
Airlord    Is it such a dream (1977) (Clockwork Revenge)
Dragon    Darkness (1975) (Scented Gardens For The Blind)
Split Enz    One step ahead + Split Ends + Pioneer + Six months in a leaky boat (live, NZ, 1993) (Greatest Hits: Live)
The Break    Majestic kelp (2013) (Space Farm)

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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: February 08 2015 at 07:16
Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


Smile Glad to hear that MD - yes, we have some talent here in Australia, it's just not very thick on the ground. I have the UPF CD now too, will play a little more from it in future.
I can relate to that, there are only 4 classic Prog albums from here that I consider gems Ermm
And I will gladly listen Smile

Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


Too true! Them vinyl record things are both bulky and fragile, a bad combination for freight purposes really and yes I wouldn't recommend freight from Australia to Europe. Ben's LP is a thing of beauty though...Smile

I bought my first LP from the UK last week and I was already hesitant to do it.
A beauty indeed! Smile


Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


I've not got much TD either - I find the reviews here on PA are a good starting point as to what to acquire since TD put out so many albums!  Wacko
You're right, I listened to a lot of TD albums and I'm far from listening to half of it LOL

I really enjoyed the Italian music yesterday... also Nektar and Ozric Tentacles Big smile


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: February 13 2015 at 17:13
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


Smile Glad to hear that MD - yes, we have some talent here in Australia, it's just not very thick on the ground. I have the UPF CD now too, will play a little more from it in future.
I can relate to that, there are only 4 classic Prog albums from here that I consider gems Ermm
And I will gladly listen Smile

Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


Too true! Them vinyl record things are both bulky and fragile, a bad combination for freight purposes really and yes I wouldn't recommend freight from Australia to Europe. Ben's LP is a thing of beauty though...Smile

I bought my first LP from the UK last week and I was already hesitant to do it.
A beauty indeed! Smile


Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


I've not got much TD either - I find the reviews here on PA are a good starting point as to what to acquire since TD put out so many albums!  Wacko
You're right, I listened to a lot of TD albums and I'm far from listening to half of it LOL

I really enjoyed the Italian music yesterday... also Nektar and Ozric Tentacles Big smile


Thanks MD!  The Ozrics are never far away from the program;  Nektar tend to get picked less often, but along with Camel they were one of the first bands I got into when I borrowed a cassette tape of "Remember The Future" from a public library here in Adelaide.


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: February 13 2015 at 17:19
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+14+February+2015&iso=20150214T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  tonight starting with an atypical selection of songs for Valentine's Day. There's also some recent music from Anubis (Sydney), Lacrymae (Perth) and Domino (Sydney). The Sydney-based duo http://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/tubular-bells-for-two/683251c9-c7c9-456d-a30f-ab70d9f33856" rel="nofollow - Tubular Bells For Two are in Adelaide for the Festival Fringe , so there's an obvious choice of music for tonight. And the Seasons Of Change Birthday Book has birthdays this weekend for two Australian musicians: Bob Daisley (Kahvas Jute and many bands overseas) and Mic Conway (Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band), as well as for Peter Gabriel.

8pm
First:
A selection of music for Valentine's Day, including Camel, Jethro Tull and Spectrum
Then:
Peter Gabriel    Solsbury Hill (1977) (Peter Gabriel)
Genesis    The return of the giant hogweed (live,1973) (Genesis Live)
9pm
Yes    And you and I (1972) (Close To The Edge)
Ozric Tentacles    Trees of eternity (1985)  (Tantric Obstacles)
Anubis    The deepest wound + Leaving here tonight + Breaking water (2009) (230503)
Kahvas Jute    Odyssey (1970)  (Wide Open)
Kahvas Jute    Ascend + Ascension (live) (1970)  (Wide Open, bonus tracks)
Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band    Your feet’s too big (1974) (Wangaratta Wahine)
Mike Oldfield    Tubular bells (single edit) (1973) (Tubular Bells)
10pm
Lacrymae    The hallowed design (2009) (The Hallowed Design)
Domino    Karislama (2013) (Where the Desert Meets The Sea)
Andy Salvanos    Tranquility (2007)  (Closer)
Rush    Cygnus X-1 (live, 1978) (Different Stages - Live)
Rush    At the speed of love (1991) (Counterparts)
Dream Theater    I’ll walk beside you (2005) (Octavarium)
The Break    Majestic kelp (2013) (Space Farm)


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: February 13 2015 at 17:21
^^ Nice, I also got into Prog thanks to the public library, but it was a CD copy of "Echoes", the Pink Floyd compilation Smile


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: February 20 2015 at 18:18
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+21+February+2015&iso=20150221T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world; this week, a diverse selection of instrumental music (plus one token song). With the Sydney-based duo http://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/tubular-bells-for-two/683251c9-c7c9-456d-a30f-ab70d9f33856" rel="nofollow - Tubular Bells For Two in Adelaide for the Festival Fringe , Mike Oldfield's landmark album is again not far away, and there's some selections from the recent re-issues of the first two albums by the classical-rock group Sky (with classical guitarist John Williams), plus music from Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest (Adelaide), Kettlespider (Melbourne), Sebastian Hardie (Sydney) and Sympathy Orchestra (Adelaide).

8pm
Sebastian Hardie    Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)
Mike Oldfield    Tubular Bells Side 1 (1973) (Tubular Bells)
Tony Banks    Waters of Lethe (1979)  (A Curious Feeling)
Camel    Lunar sea (1976) (Moonmadness)
Mario Millo    Rebecca (1979) (single, The Australian Guitar Album)
9pm
Sky    Scipio (1980) (Sky 2)
Curved Air    Vivaldi (1971) (Air Conditioning)
Kevin Peek    Drifting (1982) (Life And Other Games)
John Williams    Sheep may safely graze (1978) (Travelling)
Sky    Vivaldi (1980) (Sky 2)
Kettlespider    Introduction + Discovery + Avadante (2012) (Avadante)
Focus    Sylvia (1972) (Focus III)
10pm
Gavin O’Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest    Tintagel + Silbury Hill (1998) (My Mother’s Country)
Gavin O’Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest    In the mists of Lough Derg + Galorus Oratory (1997) (In The Land Of My Ancestors)
Ozric Tentacles    Sunrise Jam + Erpland (recorded at Sunrise Festival June 2007) (Sunrise Festival)
Robert Reed    Sanctuary (2014) (Sanctuary)
Sympathy Orchestra    Famous five (2014) (Sword Machine)
The Break    Majestic kelp (2013) (Space Farm)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: February 27 2015 at 18:52
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+28+February+2015&iso=20150228T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring some recent releases from Breaking Orbit (Sydney) and Karnivool (Perth), plus classic music from Healing Force and Tamam Shud. With the Sydney-based duo http://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/tubular-bells-for-two/683251c9-c7c9-456d-a30f-ab70d9f33856" rel="nofollow - Tubular Bells For Two in Adelaide for the Festival Fringe , Mike Oldfield's landmark album is again not far away, and there's a selection from the musical legacy of Chris Rainbow (Alan Parsons Project, Camel).


8pm
Golden Earring    Radar love (1973) (Moontan)
Ozric Tentacles    Eternal wheel (1990) (Erpland)
The Flower Kings    Last minute on earth (2001) (The Rainmaker)
Pink Floyd    Things left unsaid + It’s what we do + Ebb and flow (2014) (The Endless River)
The Dregs    Cruise control (1980) (Dregs Of The Earth)
Rush    Red barchetta (1981) (Moving Pictures)
9pm
Alan Parsons Project    Turn of a friendly card (1980) (Turn Of A Friendly Card)
Camel    Long goodbyes (1984) (Stationary Traveller)
Karnataka    Road to Cairo (2015) (Secrets Of Angels)
Knight Area    The lost world (2014) (Hyperdrive)
Karnivool    Change (2009)  (Sound Awake)
Mike Oldfield    Tubular bells (single version) (1973) (Tubular Bells)
10pm
Breaking Orbit    Echoes + Conscious self + My direction (2012) (Time Traveller)
Tamam Shud    Sea the swells (live, 2007) (Noosa Rain)
Tamam Shud    GTK Theme/America (1970) (The GTK Tapes Vol.1)
Marillion    Seasons end (1989) (Seasons End)
Healing Force    Golden Miles (1971) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
The Break    Majestic kelp (2013) (Space Farm)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: March 06 2015 at 22:10
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+7+March+2015&iso=20150307T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring featuring a selection from the recently reissued 1976 debut album by the Australian electronic group Cybotron, plus Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest (Adelaide), The Merlin Bird (Melbourne) and Andy Salvanos (Adelaide), plus classic music from Fraternity (Adelaide) and Tamam Shud (Sydney). And it's happy birthday this weekend for Matthew Fisher (Procol Harum), Robert Calvert (Hawkwind) and Dave Gilmour (Pink Floyd).

8pm
Fraternity    Seasons of Change (1971) (Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969 - 1974)
Jade Warrior    Sun Ra + Sun child + Moontears + Heaven stone + Way of the sun (1978) (Way Of The Sun)
Ozric Tentacles    Dharma reggae (1984) (Erpsongs)
Ozric Tentacles    White rhino tea (live, 2007) (Sunrise Festival)
Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest    Stonehenge (1998) (My Mother’s Country)
Andy Salvanos    Radiant (2011) (Dream Recall)
The Merlin Bird    Rhyme to reason (2003) (Rhyme To Reason)
9pm
Cybotron    Parameters of consciousness (1976) (Cybotron)
Cybotron    Sonic Override: Gliding / The riddle / Answer (1976) (Cybotron)
Lonely Robot    Construct/Obstruct (Feb 2015) (Please Come Home)
It Bites    The tall ships (2008) (The Tall Ships)
Aisles    Hero (2013) (4:45AM)
Procol Harum    A whiter shade of pale (1967) (single only)
10pm
David Gilmour    Smile (2006) (On an Island)
Pink Floyd    Wish you were here (1975) (Wish You Were Here)
Dave Gilmour    Comfortably numb (live, 2006) (Live In Gdansk)
Tamam Shud    Sea the swells (live, 2007) (Noosa Rain)
Tamam Shud    GTK Theme/America (1970) (The GTK Tapes Vol.1)
The Reasoning    Hyperdrive (2012) (Adventures In Neverland)
Mike Oldfield    Tubular bells (single version) (1973) (Tubular Bells)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track from Abbey Moor sessions)


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: March 13 2015 at 19:20
Hi, I gave a listen to the first two Cybotron albums after listening to last week's edition. Really nice music, and I think the last track from the first album is the best one :) Hear you later :P


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: March 14 2015 at 00:09
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Hi, I gave a listen to the first two Cybotron albums after listening to last week's edition. Really nice music, and I think the last track from the first album is the best one :) Hear you later :P


Smile

Cool!  Yes, I hope that http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20870" rel="nofollow - Colossus, the second album by Cybotron , gets a legitimate reissue sometime, to complete the availability of the Cybotron legacy.

The live album by Cybotron ( http://www.dual-planet.com/news/category/cybotron/2" rel="nofollow - Sunday Night At The Total Theatre ) has also been reissued and I will be chasing that up sometime...

However, I found http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20868" rel="nofollow - Monster Planet , the solo album by Steve Maxwell von Braund to be a tough listen though, it's pretty difficult to fit into the Saturday night schedule...


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: March 14 2015 at 00:17
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+14+March+2015&iso=20150314T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring music from Perth bands Lacrymae, Over Unity and The Lammas Tide, the now disbanded Adelaide band Unitopia and that band's nominal successor, UPF.

8pm
Dave Greenslade    A-Tuin the Turtle (1994) (Tales from the Discworld: Terry Pratchett)
Steeleye Span & Terry Pratchett    Overture + The Dark Morris Song + Wintersmith + You + The good witch (2013) (Wintersmith)
Steeleye Span & Terry Pratchett    Band of teachers + The Summer Lady + Ancient eyes + We shall wear midnight (2013) (Wintersmith)
Procol Harum    Repent Walpurgis (1967) (Procol Harum)
Cream    Tales of brave Ulysses (1967) (Disraeli Gears)
Dave Greenslade    Small gods (1994) (Tales from the Discworld: Terry Pratchett)
9pm
Over Unity    Near (2011) (Collide the Space)
Lacrymae    Handel’s Apocalypse (2009) (The Hallowed Design)
United Progressive Fraternity    Intersection (2014) (Fall In Love With The World)
Unitopia    More than a dream (live, 2011) (One Night In Europe)
Moon Safari    Too young to say goodbye (2013) (Himlabecken Vol.1)
10pm
Gong    Radio gnome invisible + Zero the hero and the witches spell (1973) (The Flying Teapot)
Mother Gong and Daevid Allen   The owly song (1989) (The Owl And  The Tree)
Nektar    Desolation valley (live, Nearfest, 2002) (A History Of Progressive Rock)
Nektar    Cast your fate (1973) (Sounds Like This)
The Lammas Tide    In tangerine + Bethnal green + When all is said and done (2014) (Barefoot Electric)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track on reissue CD)


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: March 21 2015 at 02:34
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+21+March+2015&iso=20150321T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring Like Leaves (Adelaide) and Andy Salvanos (Adelaide) plus a trip back to 1971 for classic Australian music from Spectrum and Flake. And after a heavy start in the first hour, from 9pm it's happy birthday to Phil Judd (Split Enz, The Swingers, Schnell Fenster), Carl Palmer (Atomic Rooster, ELP and Asia), Tony McPhee (Groundhogs) and Roger Hodgson (Supertramp).

8pm
Planet X    2116 (2000) (Universe)
Rush    2112 (1976) (2112)
Haken    Atlas stone (2013) (The Mountain)
Mastodon    Ghost of Karelia (2009) (Crack The Skye)
Like Leaves    Monument (2011) (Like Leaves)
Andy Salvanos    Running water (2007) (Closer)
9pm
Emerson, Lake and Palmer     Tank (1970) (Emerson, Lake and Palmer)
Asia    Heat of the moment (1982) (Asia)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Two part invention in D minor (1977) (Works Volume I)
The Groundhogs    Cherry red (1971) (Split)
Camel    Supertwister (1974) (Mirage)
Slapp Happy    Dawn (1974) (Casablanca Moon)
Egg    Wring out the ground (loosely now) (1974) (The Civil Service)
Spectrum    Fiddling fool (1971) (Part One)
Flake    Under the silent tree (1971) (How’s Your Mother)
10pm
Split Enz    Time for a change (1975) (Mental Notes)
Split Enz    Malmsbury villa (1979) (Beginning Of The Enz)
Split Enz    Sweet dreams (1976) (Second Thoughts)
Schnell Fenster    Heroes let you down (1991) (Heroes Let You Down, single)
Roger Hodgson    Take the long way home + The logical song (live, 2010) (Classics Live)
Roger Hodgson    Only because of you (1984) (Eye Of The Storm)
Ozric Tentacles    Yoy mandala (2000) (Swirly Termination)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track from Abbey Moor sessions)

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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: March 27 2015 at 19:06
Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:

Smile

Cool!  Yes, I hope that http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20870" rel="nofollow - Colossus, the second album by Cybotron , gets a legitimate reissue sometime, to complete the availability of the Cybotron legacy.

The live album by Cybotron ( http://www.dual-planet.com/news/category/cybotron/2" rel="nofollow - Sunday Night At The Total Theatre ) has also been reissued and I will be chasing that up sometime...

However, I found http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20868" rel="nofollow - Monster Planet , the solo album by Steve Maxwell von Braund to be a tough listen though, it's pretty difficult to fit into the Saturday night schedule...
I'm still getting the better known Electronic albums like TD, so it's not on the top of the wishlist, but I sure will keep those albums in mind Wink

Yeah, most Electronic music is certainly not easy to play on radio: last time you played Phaedra I had to stop it because I help my mother on her store on saturday mornings, so I play your program there and it was spooking the customers LOL

I didn't know Steeleye Span, Slapp Happy and Split Enz, I'll have to listen to some of their albums Smile


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: March 28 2015 at 00:28
Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:

Smile

Cool!  Yes, I hope that http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20870" rel="nofollow - Colossus, the second album by Cybotron , gets a legitimate reissue sometime, to complete the availability of the Cybotron legacy.

The live album by Cybotron ( http://www.dual-planet.com/news/category/cybotron/2" rel="nofollow - Sunday Night At The Total Theatre ) has also been reissued and I will be chasing that up sometime...

However, I found http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20868" rel="nofollow - Monster Planet , the solo album by Steve Maxwell von Braund to be a tough listen though, it's pretty difficult to fit into the Saturday night schedule...

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I'm still getting the better known Electronic albums like TD, so it's not on the top of the wishlist, but I sure will keep those albums in mind Wink

Yeah, most Electronic music is certainly not easy to play on radio: last time you played Phaedra I had to stop it because I help my mother on her store on saturday mornings, so I play your program there and it was spooking the customers LOL

LOL
Yes, a little electronic music goes a long way sometimes, that's why I tend to include it carefully and sparingly.  That's all part of the challenge of compiling a program though...
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I didn't know Steeleye Span, Slapp Happy and Split Enz, I'll have to listen to some of their albums Smile

The reviews and ratings here on PA are a reliable guide to all three of these bands, especially Split Enz: the first two albums by Split Enz show their early influences by mainstream prog and art rock, the later albums less so, but I love most of them. PA should have a sub-genre called Quirky Prog I reckon - perfect for the Enz.
Big smile

The True Colours album was a massive hit here in Australia along with a couple of hit singles and set up Split Enz as a major league band here. Just one of many great kiwi bands and musicians that crossed the Tasman from New Zealand to Oz and enriched our culture so much.


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: March 28 2015 at 00:33
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+28+March+2015&iso=20150328T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring some music for http://earthhour.org.au/" rel="nofollow - Earth Hour from 8:30pm; plus a selection from the recently reissued 1977 album Rock & Roll Scars by Ariel (Melbourne). There's some music from Uriah Heep (here in Adelaide last Wednesday night) and it's happy birthday to two very different artists - the Greek keyboard wizard Evangelos Odysseas Papathanassiou (otherwise known as Vangelis) and Australian rock legend Billy Thorpe.

8pm
Uriah Heep    Easy livin’ (1972) (Demons and Wizards)
Uriah Heep    What kind of God (2008) (Wake The Sleeper)
Uriah Heep    Circle of hands (1972) (Demons and Wizards)
Manfred Mann’s Earth Band    Joybringer (1973) (single only)
Rush    Fly by night (1975) (Fly By Night)
King Crimson    Starless (1974) (Red)
Mostly Autumn    Mother nature (2001) (The Last Bright Light)
9pm
Billy Thorpe    Children of the sun + We’re leaving + We welcome you + Solar anthem (1979) (Children Of The Sun)
Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs    Most people I know (1972) (single only, The Complete Havoc Singles)
Kansas    Lamplight symphony (1974) (Song For America)
Camel    Tell me (1977) (Raindances)
Brand X    Macrocosm (1977) (Morrocan Roll)
The Church    Under the milky way (1988) (Starfish)
10pm
Vangelis    The motion of the stars (1988) (Direct)
Jon & Vangelis     State of Independence (1981) (The Friends Of Mr Cairo)
Aphrodite’s Child    The four horsemen (1972) (666)
Ariel    Mutant Medley (live, 1976) (Rock & Roll Scars, bonus track on reissue CD)
Ariel    Men in grey raincoats (1975) (Rock & Roll Scars)
Uriah Heep    Paradise/The Spell (1972) (Demons and Wizards)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track on reissue CD)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: April 03 2015 at 18:54
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+4+April+2015&iso=20150404T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring Camel recorded live in concert with a performance of their instrumental concept album "The Snow Goose". There's also classic Australian music from Sebastian Hardie, Lobby Loyde and Mandu, plus (more recently) Unitopia.  And don't forget to look to the sky tonight for the http://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/" rel="nofollow - total lunar eclipse - it starts from about 8:45pm (ACDST), with totality expected around 10:24pm (ACDST).

8pm
United Progressive Fraternity    The water (2014) (Fall In Love With The World)
Unitopia    Easter (2013) (Covered Mirror Vol.1)
Renaissance    A song for all seasons (1978) (A Song For All Seasons)
Sebastian Hardie    Openings (1975) (The Four Moments)
Mandu    Captain voyager + Darlin’ + We ran across the sky (1974) (To The Shores Of His Heaven)
9pm
Camel    The Snow Goose (live, 1975) (A Live Record)
Lobby Loyde & Southern Electric    Dreamtide (1976) (Obsecration)
10pm
Dream Theater    Octavarium (2005) (Octavarium)
G. Wayne Thomas    The morning of the earth (1972) (The Morning Of The Earth)
Yes    And you and I (1972) (Close To The Edge)
Pink Floyd    Echoes (1971) (Meddle)
Andy Salvanos    Free range eggs (2007) (Closer)

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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: April 11 2015 at 12:04
Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


The reviews and ratings here on PA are a reliable guide to all three of these bands, especially Split Enz: the first two albums by Split Enz show their early influences by mainstream prog and art rock, the later albums less so, but I love most of them. PA should have a sub-genre called Quirky Prog I reckon - perfect for the Enz.
Big smile

The True Colours album was a massive hit here in Australia along with a couple of hit singles and set up Split Enz as a major league band here. Just one of many great kiwi bands and musicians that crossed the Tasman from New Zealand to Oz and enriched our culture so much.
Crossover is where all the quirky prog is Wink I stiil haven't listened to them, but I'll get there eventually Tongue

What was this week's playlist? I didn't catch a German band name Tongue The Threshold track was also really good Smile


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: April 11 2015 at 20:20
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


The reviews and ratings here on PA are a reliable guide to all three of these bands, especially Split Enz: the first two albums by Split Enz show their early influences by mainstream prog and art rock, the later albums less so, but I love most of them. PA should have a sub-genre called Quirky Prog I reckon - perfect for the Enz.
Big smile

The True Colours album was a massive hit here in Australia along with a couple of hit singles and set up Split Enz as a major league band here. Just one of many great kiwi bands and musicians that crossed the Tasman from New Zealand to Oz and enriched our culture so much.
Crossover is where all the quirky prog is Wink I stiil haven't listened to them, but I'll get there eventually Tongue

What was this week's playlist? I didn't catch a German band name Tongue The Threshold track was also really good Smile


Hi there,

Thanks for listening MD - I think the name of the German band you want is http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=1232" rel="nofollow - Pell Mell - I played a song from their album " http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=6150" rel="nofollow - From The New World ".

Yes, I like http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=14054" rel="nofollow - that Threshold album too - I had some earlier Threshold albums that I wasn't keen on at the time I got them, so their 2007 "Dead Reckoning" album hasn't really had a fair listening from me until recently...

For last night I mainly picked music from bands that haven't got much (or any) airtime until now - quite a few always get left out of the programs for one reason or another, so it was a real "mixed bunch". But I ended up enjoying it too! A lot more music where that came from...

Smile

For posterity, here's the playlist - it's now on http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - the normal playlist blog site too -

8pm
Spock’s Beard    From the darkness: a. The Darkness, b. Chance Meeting, c. On My Own, d. Start Over Again (2010) (X)
Anekdoten    In for a ride (2007) (A Time Of Day)
Within Temptation    Stand my ground (live) (2008) (Black Symphony)
Tinyfish    The big red spark (2010) (The Big Red Spark)
Ozric Tentacles    Pixel dream (2000) (The Hidden Step)
Pell Mell    Suite part 1 (1973) (From The New World)
9pm
Mike Oldfield    Sailing (2014) (Man On The Rocks)
Threshold    One degree down (2007) (Dead Reckoning)
Pink Floyd    Money (1973) (Dark Side Of The Moon)
Mirage    Alien attack - Supernova (2001) (A Secret Place)
Karnivool    Themata (2005) (Themata)
Liquid Tension Experiment    State of grace (1998) (Liquid Tension Experiment)
Caligulas Horse    Dark hair down (2013) (The Tide, The Thief & River's End)
10pm
Cressida    Summer weekend of a lifetime (1971) (Asylum)
Beggar’s Opera    Poet and the peasant (1971) (Act One)
McPhee    The wrong time (1972) (McPhee)
Sons Of The Vegetal Mother    Make it begin (1970) (Garden Party EP / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
Daddy Cool    Make your stash (1972) (Sex, Dope, Rock n Roll: Teenage Heaven / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
Nihl    Valium (2013) (Valium)
Mycardium    The key (2013) (Old/New EP)
Cybotron    Eureka  (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track from CD reissue)


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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: April 12 2015 at 07:06
^ That's the one: nice symphonic prog with violin Thumbs Up

That Threshold album seems to have a decent lenght, the long Prog Metal albums are an issue to me, I can't easily listen to the whole thing Confused

It's cool that you played something from the latest Oldfield album, that album rocks Tongue


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: April 18 2015 at 04:08
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+18+April+2015&iso=20150418T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Sebastian Hardie as well as a selection from the recent reissue on CD of the landmark 1971 album "Product Of A Broken Reality" by the eccentric Melbourne band Company Caine; and it's happy birthday this weekend to Steve Gray (Sky), Rod Morgenstein (The Dixie Dregs, Platypus) and Noel Crombie (Split Enz and Schnell Fenster).

8pm
Freedom To Glide    Rain (Part 2) + Angels and stones + When the whistle blows + Winds and Gales – Rain (Part 3) (2013) (Rain)
Gentle Giant    Just the same (1975) (Out Of The Woods: The BBC Sessions)
Haken    Pareidolia (2013) (The Mountain)
Procol Harum    Homburg (1967) (Single only / Procol Harum re-issue)
Steeleye Span    Fighting for strangers (1976) (Rocket Cottage)
9pm
Sky    Hello (1982) (Sky 4)
Sky    Love duet (1983) (Sky 5 Live)
Sky    Night sky (1985) (The Great Balloon Race)
Dixie Dregs    Peaches en regalia (live) (1999) (California Screamin’)
Platypus    Chimes (1998) (When Pus Comes To Shove)
The Dregs    Cruise control (1981) (Unsung Heroes)
Company Caine    Symptoms + The cell + Simple song of caring (1971) (A Product of a Broken Reality)
10pm
Split Enz    Maybe (1975) (Mental Notes)
Split Enz    Sweet talking spoon song (1979) (Beginning Of The Enz)
Split Enz    Split Ends (live, NZ, 1993) (Greatest Hits: Live)
Schnell Fenster    OK Alright A Huh Oh Yeah (1991) (Heroes Let You Down, single)
Arena    Empire of a thousand days (1996) (Pride)
IQ    Ryker Skies (2009) (Frequency)
Sebastian Hardie    I wish (2012) (Blueprint)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track from CD reissue)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: April 25 2015 at 03:51
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http:////www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+25+April+2015&iso=20150425T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a an Anzac Day special of music from Australia and New Zealand, mostly from the classic period of the early to mid '70's, including Spectrum, Tamam Shud and Tully from Australia - and Dragon, Split Enz and Ticket from New Zealand.

8pm
Spectrum    I'll be gone (1971) (Part One)
Spectrum    Mumbles I wonder why (1971) (Part One)
Spectrum    Milesago (1972) (Milesago)
Tully    Loving is hard (1972) (Loving Is Hard)
Tully    Sea of joy Part 1 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
Tamam Shud    Bali waters (live, 1971) (Goolutionites And The Real People, bonus track on CD reissue)
Tully    Sea of joy Part 2 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
Bakery    Living with a memory (1971) (Momento)
Levi Smith's Clefs    Empty monkey (1970) (Empty Monkey)
9pm
Ticket    Awake (1972) (Awake)
Dragon    Universal Radio (1974) (Universal Radio)
Dragon    Going slow (1974) (Universal Radio)
Split Enz    Stranger than fiction (1975)
Split Enz    Home sweet home (1979) (Beginning Of The Enz)
Split Enz    Shark attack (live) (1999) (Other Enz: Split Enz And Beyond Volume 1)
Healing Force    Golden miles (1994) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
Healing Force    Erection (live) (2002) (Highlights Of Sunbury 1973 and 1974)
10pm
Rainbow Theatre    Dancer (1976) (Fantasy Of Horses)
Sebastian Hardie    Rosanna (1975) (Four Moments)
Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest    The Famine Suite (1997) (In The Home Of My Ancestors)
Ben Craven    Great and Terrible Potions (2011) (Great And Terrible Potions)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track from CD reissue)


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: May 02 2015 at 01:53
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+2+May+2015&iso=20150502T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring recent releases from Circadian Pulse (Melbourne), Domino (Sydney) and Unitopia (Adelaide), as well as some classic music from Buffalo, Cybotron and The Masters Apprentices, plus a selection from Opeth http://musicfeeds.com.au/features/opeth-its-impossible-to-appreciate-us-if-you-only-listen-to-death-metal/" rel="nofollow - on the eve of their concert here in Adelaide this Monday .

8pm
Opeth    Windowpane (2003) (Damnation)
Opeth    Cusp of eternity (2014) (Pale Communion)
Opeth    Folklore (2011) (Heritage)
Buffalo    Freedom (1972) (Volcanic Rock)
The Masters Apprentices    Buried & dead (1967) (Masters Apprentices - LP / Down Under Nuggets: Original Australian Artyfacts 1963-1967)
Renaissance    A song for all seasons (1978) (A Song For All Seasons)
Marillion    Sounds that can’t be made (live) (2014) (Live At The Forum)
9pm
Focus    Eruption (1971) (Moving Waves)
Sebastian Hardie    Art of life (2012) (Blueprint)
Unitopia    Common Goal + Fate (2005) (More than a Dream)
Procol Harum    As strong as Samson (1974) (Exotic Birds And Fruit)
Procol Harum    Repent Walpurgis (1967) (Procol Harum)
10pm
Domino    Karislama + Caravan (2013) (Where the Desert Meets The Sea)
Circadian Pulse    Hourglass (2012) (In The Blink Of An Eye)
Jethro Tull    Thick as a brick (live) (1999) (Thick As A Brick, bonus track)
Jethro Tull    Jack Frost and the hooded crow (1982) (Broadsword And The Beast, bonus track)
Ra Rising    Again (2014) (Seize The Day)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track)


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: May 08 2015 at 17:32
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+9+May+2015&iso=20150509T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring and overseas, including recent music from Anubis (Sydney), Breaking Orbit (Sydney) and the Lammas Tide (Perth).

8pm
Starting off tonights menu of musical epics (or epic music, take your pick) with:
Entree: Swedes in a heavy sauce
First serving: A classic repast in the evening
Second serving: Familiar recipe rearranged by four chefs with an impressive CV
Dessert: Crusty calimari
9pm
Breaking Orbit    Callsign + Cassandra syndrome + Ice warmth + Silence seekers (2012) (Time Traveller)
Anubis    Disinfected and abused (2009) (230503)
The Lammas Tide    Bethnal green (2014) (Barefoot Electric)
The Lammas Tide    Fothersby (2011) (High Tide)
10pm
Symphony X    The odyssey (2002) (The Odyssey)
Kansas    Magnum opus (live, 1978) (1978/2008) (Two For The Show, 30th Anniversary Reissue)
Nektar    Diamond eyes (2013) (Time Machine)
Andy Salvanos    Juggler’s song (2007) (Closer)


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: June 05 2015 at 09:59
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http:////www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+6+June+2015&iso=20150606T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Ben Craven (Brisbane) and classic music from the Australian bands Flake, Fraternity, Spectrum, Tamam Shud and Tully. And the Seasons Of Change birthday book is marking birthdays all over the place, including for two prolific bass players: Richard Sinclair (Caravan, etc) and Tony Levin (King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Yes, Liquid Tension Experiment, etc); plus singer Annie Haslam (Renaissance), guitarist John Du Cann (Atomic Rooster), Edgar Froese (Tangerine Dream) and the heavy sounds of Daniel Gildenlow (Pain Of Salvation).

8pm
Fraternity    Seasons of Change (1971) (Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969:1974)
Tully    Sea of joy Part 1 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
Tamam Shud    Bali waters (1972) (Morning Of The Earth s/track / bonus track on re-issue of Goolutionites…)
Tully    Sea of joy Part 2 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
Sebastian Hardie    Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)
Ben Craven    Diabolique + Nobody dies forever Pt.1 + Aquamarine (2011) (Great And Terrible Potions)
Renaissance    The captive heart (1977) (Novella)
Renaissance    Northern lights (live, Japan, 2001) (In The Land Of The Rising Sun)
Pain Of Salvation    Undertow (2002) (Remedy Lane)
9pm
Tony Levin    Pillar of fire (2000) (Waters of Eden)
The Stick Men (The Crimson Projeckt)    Vroom vroom (live, 2014) (Live In Tokyo)
Liquid Tension Experiment    Osmosis (1998) (Liquid Tension Experiment)
Pink Floyd    Learning to fly (1987) (A Momentary Lapse Of Reason)
Caravan    In the land of grey and pink (1971)  (In The Land Of Grey And Pink)
Hatfield and the North    It didn’t matter anyway (1975) (The Rotters Club)
Camel    Summer lightning (1978) (Breathless)
Atomic Rooster    Devil’s answer (1971) (single only)
The Last Embrace    On my own (2015) (The Winding Path)
10pm
The Tangent    A spark in the aether (2015) (A Spark In The Aether)
Tangerine Dream    Stratosfear (1976) (Stratosfear)
Tangerine Dream    Ultima Thule Pt.1 (1972) (single only)
Hawkwind    Brainstorm + Silver Machine (live, 1974) (Hawkwind At The BBC 1972)
Hawkwind    Chronoglide Skyway (1976) (Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music)
Flake    Under the silent tree (1971) (How’s Your Mother)
Spectrum    But that's alright (1972) (Milesago)
Company Caine    The last scene (1971) (A Product of a Broken Reality)


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: June 12 2015 at 20:56
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+13+June+2015&iso=20150613T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world: this week, it's happy 70th birthday to http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/" rel="nofollow - Mike Rudd with a healthy serving of music after 10pm from his legendary Australian bands Spectrum and Ariel, and other birthdays this week include Chick Corea (Return To Forever), John Wetton (Asia, Family, King Crimson, Qango, UK, Uriah Heep and others) and Alan White (Yes).

8pm
Yes    Starship Trooper (1971) (The Yes Album)
Focus    Birth (1974) (Hamburger Concerto)
Return To Forever    Duel of the jester and the tyrant (1976)  (Romantic Warrior)
Chick Corea Akoustic Band    Spain (1989) (Chick Corea Akoustic Band)
Unitopia    Genesis medley (2013) (Covered Mirror Vol.1 Smooth As Silk)
Yes    The calling (1994) (Talk)
9pm
The Tangent    A spark in the aether (2015) (A Spark In The Aether)
Ozric Tentacles    Coily (1999) (Waterfall Cities)
John Wetton    Battlelines (1994) (Battlelines)
King Crimson    Fracture (live, 1974) (USA)
Asia    Sole survivor (live, 1990) (Live In Moscow)
The Masters Apprentices    Melodies of St. Kilda/Southern Cross + Thyme to rhyme (1972) (A Toast To Panama Red)
10pm
Spectrum    I’ll be gone (1971) (single, alternate stereo version / bonus track on reissue of Part One)
Indelible Murtceps    We are indelible (1972) (Warts Up Your Nose)
Spectrum    What the world needs (is a new pair of socks) (1971) (Milesago)
Ariel    Some good advice (live) (1977) (More From Before / Ariel Live In Concert)
Ariel    Rock & roll scars (1975) (Rock & Roll Scars)
Spectrum    Sensible shoes + Right into you (live, 2003) (Forever Music presents: Series One – Seasons Of Change)
Spectrum    Second coming (live, 2001) (Queenscliff Music Festival - Alive)
Spectrum    I’ll be gone + You just can’t win (1970) (original acetate demos – bonus tracks on reissue CD of Part One)


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: June 26 2015 at 20:47
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+27+June+2015&iso=20150627T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock and a bit of anything else that fits from Australia and around the world: this week featuring recent heavy music from Red Light Sound (Adelaide) and Arcane (Brisbane), and post rock from Echotide (Brisbane) plus classic sounds from Bakery, Samael Lilith and Sherbert. And it's happy birthday to that exceedingly talented kiwi, Tim Finn.

8pm
Rush    YYZ (1981) (Moving Pictures)
Rush    The necromancer (1975) (Caress Of Steel)
Rush    Grand designs (1985) (Power Windows)
Caravan    C’thlu Thlu (1973) (For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night)
Hatfield and the North    Mumps (1975) (The Rotters Club)
Echotide    3mwy (Of Hope) (2012) (As Our Floodlights Gave Way To Dawn)
9pm
Split Enz    Maybe (1975) (Mental Notes)
Split Enz    Spellbound (1974/1979) (The Beginning Of The Enz)
Split Enz    I hope I never (1980) (True Colours)
Finn    Eyes of the world (1995) (Finn)
Red Light Sound    Earth divides (2015) (Latitudes)
Arcane    Keeping Stone: sound on fire (2015) (Known/Learned)
Tiles    Static (1999) (Presents Of Mind)
Tiles    Dress rehearsal (1994/2004) (Tiles)
Ozric Tentacles    Changa masala (2015) (Technicians Of The Sacred)
10pm
Bakery    Living with a memory (1971) (Momento)
Sherbet    Crimson ships (1970) (single only / So You Want To Be A Rock And Roll Star?)
Samael Lilith    Nights in white satin (1970) (single only / So You Want To Be A Rock And Roll Star?)
Split Enz    Bold as brass + Give it a whirl + Pioneer + Six months in a leaky boat (live, NZ, 1993) (Greatest Hits: Live)
Curved Air    Over and above (1972) (Phantasmagoria)
Company Caine    The last scene (1971) (A Product of a Broken Reality)


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: July 03 2015 at 19:20
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+4+July+2015&iso=20150704T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ), this week with a Yes marathon, plus music from Australian bands Company Caine, Cybotron and Unitopia.

8pm
Yes    Roundabout (1972) (Fragile)
Yes    Looking around (1969) (Yes)
Yes    Sweet dreams (1970) (Time And A Word)
Yes    Yours is no disgrace (1971) (The Yes Album)
Yes    Long distance runaround – The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) (1972) (Fragile)
Yes    And you and I (1972) (Close To The Edge)
Yes    Heart of the sunrise (live, 1973) (Yessongs)
9pm
Chris Squire    Silently falling (1975) (Fish Out Of Water)
Yes    Soundchaser (1974) (Relayer)
Yes    Going for the one (1977) (Going For The One)
Yes    On the silent wings of freedom (1978) (Tormato)
Yes    Tempus fugit (1980) (Drama)
Yes    Owner of a lonely heart (1983) (90125)
10pm
Yes    Can you imagine (2001) (Magnification)
Yes    Fly from here Pt.1 (2011) (Fly From Here)
Yes    In a world of our own (2014) (Heaven & Earth)
Yes    Looking around (live) (1969/1997/1999) (BBC Sessions 1969-1970 Something's Coming / The Millenium Collection)
Unitopia    Yes medley (2013) (Covered Mirror Vol.1)
Cybotron    Black devil’s triangle (1980) (Implosion)
Jeff St John & Copperwine    Cloud nine (1970) (Joint Effort)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: July 24 2015 at 21:01
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+25+July+2015&iso=20150725T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world,  featuring recent releases from Andy Salvanos (Adelaide), Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotters Bequest (Adelaide) and Sebastian Hardie, plus classic music from Company Caine and Spectrum. And a selection from the musical legacy of kosmische musik pioneer Dieter Moebius (Cluster, Harmonia and other collaborations).

8pm
Syd Barrett    Dark globe (1970) (The Madcap Laughs)
Pink Floyd    Shine on you crazy diamond Pt.1 to 7 (1975 / 2001) (Wish You Were Here / Echoes)
Pink Floyd    Side 3: The Lost Art of Conversation + On Noodle Street + Night Light + Allons-y (1) + Autumn '68 + Allons-y (2) + Talkin' Hawkin' (2014) (The Endless River)
Andy Jackson    Herman at the fountain (2014) (Signal To Noise)
https://www.facebook.com/andysalvanosmusic" rel="nofollow - Andy Salvanos     Dream recall (2011) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/168850533?" rel="nofollow - Dream Recall )
9pm
Frumpy    Duty (live) (1972) (Live)
Cluster    Heisse lippen (1974) (Zuckerzeit)
Harmonia    Dino (1974) (Musik Von Harmonia)
Dieter Moebius    Hasenheide (1983) (Tonspuren)
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cotters-Bequest/228352820600855" rel="nofollow - Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest     Sevenhill 1873 Johann Pallhüber SJ + Stephenston 1875 The Speculator’s waltz + Knockaruna Quorn 1879 The Farmers + Pichi Richi 1879 The Railways + Udenyaka (Death Rock) (2006) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=12575" rel="nofollow - Land Of The Vast Horizon )
10pm
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     I wish (2012) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an49002008" rel="nofollow - Blueprint )
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     Fly without its wings (1972) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an44268899" rel="nofollow - Milesago )
Renaissance    Scheherazade (live, 1975) (Live At The Carnegie Hall)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/co_caine.htm" rel="nofollow - Company Caine     The last scene (1971) (A Product of a Broken Reality)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: August 01 2015 at 00:26
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+1+August+2015&iso=20150801T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Arcane (Brisbane), Sympathy Orchestra (Adelaide), Unitopia and UPF, plus classic '70's Aussie prog rock from the eclectic Company Caine. And it's happy birthday this weekend to guitarist and eternal hippy Steve Hillage (Egg, Gong, System 7, etc), Neal Morse (Spock's Beard, Transatlantic, etc), Robert John Godfrey (The Enid, Barclay James Harvest) and the amazing Kate Bush.

8pm
https://www.facebook.com/Unitopiamusic" rel="nofollow - Unitopia     Slow down + Lives go round (2005) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=20767" rel="nofollow - More Than A Dream )
https://www.facebook.com/UPFrat" rel="nofollow - United Progressive Fraternity     We only get one world (Overture) + Choices (2014) ( http://www.progarchives.com/Review.asp?id=1384946" rel="nofollow - Fall In Love With The World )
Barclay James Harvest    Dark now my sky (1970) (Barclay James Harvest)
The Enid    In the region of the summer stars (1976)  (In The Region Of The Summer Stars)
https://www.facebook.com/sympathyorchestra" rel="nofollow - Sympathy Orchestra     Upstart (2014) (Sword Machine)
9pm
Steve Hillage    Glorious Om riff (1978) (Green)
Khan    Space shanty (1972) (Space Shanty)
Gong    I never glid before (1973) (Angel’s Egg)
ROVO & System 7    Hinotori (2013) (Phoenix Rising)
Kate Bush    Wuthering Heights (1978) (The Kick Inside)
Kate Bush    Running up that hill (1985) (Hounds of Love)
Kate Bush    Breathing (1980) (Never For Ever)
https://www.facebook.com/arcaneaustralia" rel="nofollow - Arcane     Keeping Stone: sound on fire (2015) ( http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=47660" rel="nofollow - Known/Learned )
10pm
Spock’s Beard    Crack the big sky (1999) (Day for Night)
Neal Morse    Weathering Sky (2012) (Momentum)
King Crimson    The great deceiver (1974) (Starless And Bible Black)
Anglagard    Hostsejd (live) (1996) (Buried Alive)
The Tangent    A spark in the aether (2015) (A Spark In The Aether)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/co_caine.htm" rel="nofollow - Company Caine     The last scene (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/213587545" rel="nofollow - A Product of a Broken Reality )


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: August 07 2015 at 18:34
G'day, please join me for another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+8+August+2015&iso=20150808T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring classic '70's Aussie prog rock from Ariel, Kahvas Jute, Sebastian Hardie and Tamam Shud. And it's happy birthday this weekend to singer Deborah Conway (Do Re Mi), guitarist Tim Gaze (Kahvas Jute, Tamam Shud, Ariel, etc) and John Gustafson (bass player and/or lead singer with various bands including Quatermass, the Ian Gillan Band and Roxy Music). And as tomorrow is the 101st anniversary of the birth of Finnish author and illustrator Tove Jansson, some of her Moomins will be around the place - via the music of Swedish band Ritual.

8pm
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Vuja de (2011) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an49002008" rel="nofollow - Blueprint )
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Rosanna (1976) (The Four Moments / http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an10571687" rel="nofollow - Four Moments Of The Windchase )
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Another string (2012) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an49002008" rel="nofollow - Blueprint )
Roxy Music    Love is the drug (1975) (Siren)
Ian Gillan    Clear air turbulence (1977) (Clear Air Turbulence)
Bullet    The Orchestrator (1970) (The Entrance To Hell)
Quatermass    Black sheep of the family (1970) (Quatermass)
Ozric Tentacles    Kick 98 (2000) (Swirly Termination)
9pm
http://www.milesago.com/Artists/kahvas.htm" rel="nofollow - Kahvas Jute     Twenty three (1970)  ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an41360475" rel="nofollow - Wide Open )
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tamam.htm" rel="nofollow - Tamam Shud     Heaven is closed (1970) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an43779496" rel="nofollow - Goolutionites And The Real People )
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Ariel     Worm turning blues (1973) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an41360475" rel="nofollow - A Strange Fantastic Dream )
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tamam.htm" rel="nofollow - Tamam Shud     Shakin’ out the stones (live, 2007) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/38701561" rel="nofollow - Noosa Rain )
https://www.facebook.com/conwayzygier" rel="nofollow - Do Re Mi     Man overboard (1985) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/9710627" rel="nofollow - Domestic Harmony )
https://www.facebook.com/conwayzygier" rel="nofollow - Deborah Conway     Consider This (1993) ( http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an10541327" rel="nofollow - Bitch Epic )
https://www.facebook.com/conwayzygier" rel="nofollow - Deborah Conway     White roses (live, 1994) (Epic Theatre)
Rush    The big money (1985) (Power Windows)
Rush    Ghost of a chance (1991) (Roll The Bones)
Rush    Time stand still (live)  (1989) (A Show Of Hands)
10pm
Ritual    A dangerous journey (2007) (The Hemulic Voluntary Band)
Kansas    Point of know return + Paradox + Icarus – Borne on wings of steel (live, 1978) (1978/2008) (Two For The Show, 30th Anniversary Reissue)
Kansas    Carry on wayward son (1976) (Leftoverture)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/co_caine.htm" rel="nofollow - Company Caine     The last scene (1971) ( http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/213587545" rel="nofollow - A Product of a Broken Reality )


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: August 22 2015 at 04:49
Just a quick note - minutes to go until another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons Of Change tonight (8:00 Adelaide time - http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+22+August+2015&iso=20150822T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - these times elsewhere ) - featuring recent music from Anubis (Sydney) and Over Unity (Perth) and classic '70's re-releases from Spectrum, Mackenzie Theory and kiwi heavy psych band Ticket. And it's happy birthday this weekend to Tori Amos and Keith Moon. It's just the music mix to get you pumped if you're getting ready for the http://www.adelaidemarathon.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Marathon Festival tomorrow here in Adelaide ...then again, perhaps it's not...

8pm
Amplifier    The octopus (2011) (The Octopus)
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Over-Unity/332484916223" rel="nofollow - Over Unity     Near (2011) (Collide the Space)
http://www.sergent.com.au/music/ticket.html" rel="nofollow - Ticket     Broken wings +  Dream chant (1972) (Awake)
http://www.sergent.com.au/music/ticket.html" rel="nofollow - Ticket     Then you’ll fly (1972) (single only – bonus track on reissue of Awake)
Rush    Marathon (1985) (Power Windows)
9pm
The Who    Baby don’t you do it (1971) (Who’s Next, bonus track)
The Who    Don’t get fooled again (1971) (Who’s Next)
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     Superbody (1970) (Part One)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/mackenzie.htm" rel="nofollow - Mackenzie Theory     World’s the way (1973) (Out Of The Blue)
https://www.facebook.com/anubismusic" rel="nofollow - Anubis     All that is… (2011) (A Tower Of Silence)
The Small Faces    Song of a baker (1968) (Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake)
10pm
Tori Amos    Oysters (2014) (Unrepentant Geraldines)
Tori Amos    Seven sisters + Carry (2011) (Night Of The Hunter)
Genesis    In The Cage: including excerpts from Cinema Show and Duke’s Travels) + Afterglow (live, 2007) (Live Over Europe 2007)
Genesis    Can utility and the coastliners (1972) (Foxtrot)
Ozric Tentacles    The aum shuffle (1985) (Tantric Obstacles)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/co_caine.htm" rel="nofollow - Company Caine     The last scene (1971) (A Product Of A Broken Reality)

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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: August 22 2015 at 08:51
Some interesting bands I didn't know on the first hour. Great playlist as always Thumbs Up


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: August 22 2015 at 18:03
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Some interesting bands I didn't know on the first hour. Great playlist as always Thumbs Up

Thanks MD, I'm glad you liked them.

Ticket are an interesting NZ band that had their 1st album re-released a few years ago here in Australia on http://www.aztecrecords.com.au/collections/aztec-music/products/avscd056" rel="nofollow - Aztec Records , I only got around to ordering it in recently (suggesting Aztec are good in keeping a backstock of their releases). The re-issue is a thing of beauty and replete with bonus tracks and really interesting info about the band and their life and times - it's a good listen though maybe not overtly/consistently "proggy" (the heavy guitar-based sound of last night's tracks is pretty typical). The band like so many others is long defunct of course.

Based on their Facebook page, Over Unity seem to be on ice at present which is a shame - the EP suggests they could have come up with some pretty interesting music if the band had kept going.


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: August 29 2015 at 01:37
Hi, another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons Of Change tonight (8:00 Adelaide time - http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+29+August+2015&iso=20150829T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - these times elsewhere ) - featuring recent music from A Lonely Crowd (Melbourne), Caligula's Horse (Brisbane), Like Leaves (Adelaide) and Sebastian Hardie. And it's happy birthday this weekend to sax and flute player Simon House (Hawkwind).

8pm
Porcupine Tree    Lightbulb sun + How is your life today (2000) (Lightbulb Sun)
Steven Wilson    Ancestral (2015) (Hand Cannot Erase)
https://www.facebook.com/alonelycrowd" rel="nofollow - A Lonely Crowd     Voodoo tube + The wanderer + Blur (2014) (Transients)
Renaissance    Islands (1970) (Renaissance)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     I remember (2012) (Blueprint)
9pm
Yes    Turn of the century (1977) (Going For The One)
Anthony Philips    Tregenna afternoon (1978) (Private Parts And Pieces)
Genesis    Visions of angels (1970) (Trespass)
https://www.facebook.com/caligulashorseband" rel="nofollow - Caligula’s Horse     Atlas + Into the white (2013) (The Tide, The Thief & River's End)
Hawkwind    Wind of change (1974) (Hall of the Mountain Grill)
High Tide    Death warmed up (1969) (Sea Shanties)
10pm
Theo Travis’ Double Talk    Fire mountain (2015) (Transgression)
Goblin Rebirth    Requiem for X (2015) (Goblin Rebirth)
https://www.facebook.com/likeleavesmusic" rel="nofollow - Like Leaves     Mercy sound (2011) (Like Leaves)
Kansas    Mysteries and mayhem + Excerpt from Lamplight Symphony + The wall (live, 1978) (1978/2008) (Two For The Show, 30th Anniversary Reissue)
Kansas    Song for America (single version) (1975) (Song For America)
Marillion    Seasons end (1989) (Seasons End)
Split Enz    Abu Dhabi (1979) (Frenzy)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/co_caine.htm" rel="nofollow - Company Caine     The last scene (1971) (A Product Of A Broken Reality)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: September 04 2015 at 22:41
This week, on the first edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change for Spring, this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+5+September+2015&iso=20150905T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Australian time ), another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Sebastian Hardie and classic '70's Aussie prog rock from Fraternity, Tamam Shud and Tully. And it's birthdays all round this weekend: Swedish guitarist Roine Stolt (The Flower Kings, Transatlantic, The Tangent, etc), prog rock sax player for hire Mel Collins (King Crimson, Camel, and a full appointment book of mainstream bands and artists), Roger Waters (Pink Floyd), Marc Hunter (Dragon), Daryl Cotton (Zoot) and lastbutnotleast that rhapsodic bohemian Freddie Mercury.

8pm
http://www.milesago.com/artists/fraternity.htm" rel="nofollow - Fraternity     Seasons of Change (1971) (Golden Miles: Astralian Progressive Rock 1969 - 1974)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tully.htm" rel="nofollow - Tully     Sea of joy Part 1 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tamam.htm" rel="nofollow - Tamam Shud     Bali waters (1972) (Morning Of The Earth s/track / bonus track on re-issue of Goolutionites…)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tully.htm" rel="nofollow - Tully     Sea of joy Part 2 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
Transatlantic    My new world (2000) (Transatlantic)
Roine Stolt    The flower king (1994) (The Flower King)
https://www.facebook.com/midnightoilofficial" rel="nofollow - Midnight Oil     Gunbarrel highway (1987) (Diesel And Dust)
https://www.facebook.com/midnightoilofficial" rel="nofollow - Midnight Oil     Star of hope (live) (1996) (Surf’s Up Tonight, CD single)
9pm
http://www.sergent.com.au/music/dragon.html" rel="nofollow - Dragon     Patina (1974) (Universal Radio)
http://www.sergent.com.au/music/dragon.html" rel="nofollow - Dragon     Darkness (1975) (Scented Gardens For The Blind / Golden Miles: Astralian Progressive Rock 1969 - 1974)
Genesis    The Return of the Giant Hogweed (1971) (Nursery Cryme)
Premiata Fornier Marconi (PFM)    River of life (1973) (Photos Of Ghosts)
King Crimson    Cadence and cascade (1970) (In The Wake Of Poseidon)
Camel    Unevensong (live, 1977) (1978) (A Live Record)
10pm
Queen    Somebody to love (1976) (A Day At The Races)
Queen    Killer queen (1974) (Sheer Heart Attack)
Queen    It’s a hard life (1984) (The Works)
Roger Waters    In the flesh (live, USA) (2006) (In The Flesh)
Roger Waters    The happiest days of our lives (live, USA) (2006) (In The Flesh)
Roger Waters    Another brick in the wall (live, USA) (2006) (In The Flesh)
Roger Waters    What god wants, Part 1 (1992) (Amused To Death)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/zoot.htm" rel="nofollow - Zoot     I’m only sleeping (rec. 1970) (The GTK Tapes Vol.1)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/zoot.htm" rel="nofollow - Zoot     Flying (1970) (Just Zoot)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/zoot.htm" rel="nofollow - Zoot     Eleanor Rigby (1970) (single only / Zoot Locker)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: September 18 2015 at 18:17
Hi, another edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons Of Change tonight (8:00 Adelaide time - http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+19+September+2015&iso=20150919T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - these times elsewhere ) to round off the http://www.facebook.com/PBAFMAdelaide" rel="nofollow - Open Day at PBA-FM today , featuring recent releases in the first hour from 8pm, classic tracks in the second hour from 9pm and an all-Australian mix in the final hour from 10pm, including classic Flake, Healing Force and Spectrum, and more recent releases from Andy Salvanos (Adelaide), Ben Craven (Brisbane), The Lammas Tide (Perth), Sebastian Hardie and Unitopia (Adelaide). And it's happy birthday this weekend to Kerry Livgren (Kansas).

8pm
Big Big Train    The first rebreather (2012) (English Electric Part One)
Steve Rothery    Summer’s end (2014) (The Ghosts Of Pripyat)
Porcupine Tree    Time flies (2009) (The Incident)
Ozric Tentacles    Zenlike creature (2015) (Technicians Of The Sacred)
Steeleye Span    The good witch (2013) (Wintersmith)
A Secret River    No way to say goodbye (2014) (Colours Of Solitude)
The Crimson Projekct    Frame by frame (live) (2014) (Live In Tokyo)
9pm
Pink Floyd    Echoes (1971) (Meddle)
Renaissance    Northern Lights (1978) (A Song For All Seasons)
Yes    Heart of the sunrise (1972) (Fragile)
Kansas    Dust in the wind (1977) (Point Of Know Return)
Proto-Kaw    Picture this (2006) (The Wait Of Glory)
Kansas    Miracles out of nowhere (live) (1978/2008) (Two For The Show)
10pm
http://www.milesago.com/Artists/healing-force.htm" rel="nofollow - Healing Force     Golden Miles (1971) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     Milesago (1972) (Milesago)
http://www.milesago.com/Artists/flake.htm" rel="nofollow - Flake     Under the silent tree (1971) (How’s Your Mother)
https://www.facebook.com/BenCravenMusic" rel="nofollow - Ben Craven     Great & terrible potions (2011) (Great & Terrible Potions)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Barefoot electric (2014) (Barefoot Electric)
https://www.facebook.com/Unitopiamusic" rel="nofollow - Unitopia     Take good care (2005) (More Than A Dream)
https://www.facebook.com/andysalvanosmusic" rel="nofollow - Andy Salvanos     Tranquility (2007)  (Closer)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: October 10 2015 at 02:59
G'day,

Not long to go before another edition of of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change this Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+10+October+2015&iso=20151010T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Adelaide time ):
- classic music from Jeff St John and Spectrum and more recent releases from Andy Salvanos (Adelaide), The Lammas Tide (Perth) and Transience (Melbourne), plus Caligula's Horse (Brisbane) ahead of their gig here in Adelaide next Saturday (with UK heavy band TesseracT and Adelaide's Dyssidia).  And it's happy birthday this weekend to a talented songwriter and performer born in Liverpool 75 years ago.

8pm
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     Love’s my bag (1971) (Milesago)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/jeffstjohn.htm" rel="nofollow - Jeff St John’s Copperwine     Fanciful flights of mind (1970) (Joint Effort / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
Colosseum    Valentyne suite (1970) (Valentyne Suite)
Yes    Perpetual change (1971)  (The Yes Album)
Nektar    A tab in the ocean (1972) (A Tab In The Ocean)
9pm
The Beatles    Strawberry fields forever (1967) (single only)
The Beatles    I want you (She’s so heavy) (1969) (Abbey Road)
John Lennon    Imagine (1971) (Imagine)
Porcupine Tree    Arriving somewhere but not here (2005) (Deadwing)
No-Man    True north (2008) (Schoolyard Ghosts)
Christina (Booth)    The light (2015) (The Light)
Leprous    The price (2015) (The Congregation)
Maestoso (Woolly Wolstenholme)    Birds (2005) (Grim)
10pm
https://www.facebook.com/caligulashorseband" rel="nofollow - Caligula’s Horse     Old cracks in new earth + Thief + All is quiet by the wall (2013) (The Tide, The Thief & River's End)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Dragonfly + When all is said and done (2014) (Barefoot Electric)
https://www.facebook.com/transienceband" rel="nofollow - Transience     Anglophobia + Nails (2015) (Temple)
https://www.facebook.com/andysalvanosmusic" rel="nofollow - Andy Salvanos     Happy song (2011) (Dream Recall)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: October 31 2015 at 03:09
Tonight's edition of http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons Of Change might be a special program for Halloween - or perhaps it's just the usual mix of progressive rock (and a little bit of anything else that fits), for 8pm on Saturday night ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+31+October+2015&iso=20151031T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Adelaide time )...

Smile

8pm
Procol Harum    The dead man’s dream (1970) (Home)
King Crimson    Red (1974) (Red)
Gentle Giant    Black cat (1971) (Acquiring The Taste)
Steve Hackett    Shadow of the Hierophant (2013) (Genesis Revisited II)
Genesis    Home by the sea (live, 2007) (Live Over Europe 2007)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     The Devil’s stone (2011) (High Tide)
https://www.facebook.com/Cotters-Bequest-228352820600855/" rel="nofollow - Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest     Trethevy Quoit (1998) (My Mother’s Country)
9pm
Pink Floyd    One of these days (1971) (Meddle)
Van der Graaf Generator    A plague of lighthouse keepers (1971) (Pawn Hearts)
Jefferson Airplane    White rabbit (1967) (Surrealistic Pillow)
Atomic Rooster    Death walks behind you (1971) (Death Walks Behind You)
Affinity    Three sisters (1970) (Affinity)
Sky    March to the scaffold (1980) (Dies Irae EP)
10pm
The Alan Parsons Project    The raven (1976) (Tales Of Mystery And Imagination)
https://www.facebook.com/anubismusic/" rel="nofollow - Anubis     Tower of silence + Weeping willow + And I wait for my world to end (2011) (Tower Of Silence)
https://www.facebook.com/hibernalband" rel="nofollow - Hibernal     Losing touch + No turning back (2013) (The Machine)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/bakery.htm" rel="nofollow - Bakery     No dying in the dark (1971) (Single only, Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969 - 1974)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: November 20 2015 at 23:22
Tonight, another night of progressive rock from all over the place, including a hefty serving of Pink Floyd tunes (just in case you are winding down from seeing Experience Floyd in concert at Thebarton Theatre last night), along with classic Australian music from Flake and Spectrum, and recent Australian releases from Andy Salvanos (Adelaide), The Lammas Tide (Perth) and Voyager (Perth). And it's RIP this week to frenetic drummer Philthy Animal Taylor (from Motorhead, very non-Prog).

8pm
Pink Floyd    Shine on you crazy diamond (live, Wembley, 1974) (Wish You Were Here, Experience Edition)
Pink Floyd    Wish you were here (1975) (Wish You Were Here)
Pink Floyd    One of these days (1971) (Meddle)
Pink Floyd    Comfortably numb (1979) (The Wall)
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/" rel="nofollow - Spectrum     Fiddling fool (1971) (Part One)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/flake.htm" rel="nofollow - Flake     Under the silent tree (1971) (How’s Your Mother)
9pm
The Flower Kings    Numbers (2012) (Banks Of Eden)
https://www.facebook.com/voyageraustralia/" rel="nofollow - Voyager     Seize the day + The meaning of I (2011) (The Meaning Of I)
https://www.facebook.com/andysalvanosmusic/" rel="nofollow - Andy Salvanos     On these frozen shores (2011) (Dream Recall)
https://www.facebook.com/thelammastide/" rel="nofollow - The Lammas Tide     Partridge farm (2012) (Partridge Farm EP)
Motorhead    Eat the rich (1987) (Rock 'n' Roll)
10pm
Fruupp    Decisions (1973) (Future Legends)
Wishbone Ash    Throw down the sword (1972) (Argus)
Genesis    Stagnation (1970) (Trespass)
Roger Waters    Breathe in the air + Time + Money (live) (2006) (In The Flesh)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie/" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: November 27 2015 at 15:55
Somehow or other http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons of Change has reached the milestone of it's 200th program - but there's no birthday cake http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+28+November+2015&iso=20151128T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - tonight at 8pm , just a good selection of mainly classic tracks including great music from past and present Australian bands and performers such as Ben Craven, Healing Force, Sebastian Hardie, Tamam Shud, Tully and Adelaide's own Unitopia. And with the Glendi Greek Festival on this weekend, there's also selections from Aphrodite's Child as well as the Greek god of keyboards, Vangelis.
Smile

8pm
Pink Floyd    Atom heart mother (1970)  (Atom Heart Mother)
Yes    Roundabout (single version) (1972) (Fragile)
Rush    La villa strangiato (1978) (Hemispheres)
Renaissance    A song for all seasons (1978) (A Song For All Seasons)
9pm
Camel    Ice (1979) (I Can See Your House From Here)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/fraternity.htm" rel="nofollow - Fraternity      Seasons of Change (1971) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1975)
https://www.facebook.com/Unitopiamusic" rel="nofollow - Unitopia     Tesla + Reflections + The power of three (2010) (Artificial)
Aphrodite’s Child    The four horsemen (1972) (666)
Vangelis    Heaven & Hell 3rd movement (1975) (Heaven & Hell)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie/" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Rosanna (1975) (The Four Moments)
10pm
http://www.milesago.com/artists/healing-force.htm" rel="nofollow - Healing Force     Golden Miles (1971) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tully.htm" rel="nofollow - Tully     Sea of joy Part 1 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tamam.htm" rel="nofollow - Tamam Shud     Bali waters (1972) (Morning Of The Earth s/track / bonus track on re-issue of Goolutionites And The Real People)
http://www.milesago.com/artists/tully.htm" rel="nofollow - Tully     Sea of joy Part 2 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
https://www.facebook.com/BenCravenMusic" rel="nofollow - Ben Craven     Great & terrible potions (2011) (Great & Terrible Potions)
Peter Gabriel    Solsbury Hill (1977) (Peter Gabriel)
Genesis    In The Cage (including excerpts from Cinema Show and Duke’s Travels) + Afterglow + Home by the sea (live, 2007) (Live Over Europe 2007)
https://www.facebook.com/sebastianhardie/" rel="nofollow - Sebastian Hardie     Vuja de (2011) (Blueprint)

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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: November 27 2015 at 16:22
^ You'll play the mighty cow? Shocked It's their boldest track if you ask me, I love it Approve
Nice playlist last week by the way, I had to wake up early so I had the chance to listen to all of it Tongue


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: November 28 2015 at 18:37
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

^ You'll play the mighty cow? Shocked It's their boldest track if you ask me, I love it Approve

Yes, it's a great track isn't it. While preparing this program I was tossing up between AHM, Shine On and Echoes (my 3 favourite Floyd tracks) - the live version of "Shine On" was on last week's program so much as I love it I ruled that out; then, after I listened through AHM again to help me decide, I felt it deserved a place in the 200th program. Echoes will get airtime at some point in the future too but it's been played lots of times on SoC, AHM just once before now.

Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Nice playlist last week by the way, I had to wake up early so I had the chance to listen to all of it Tongue


Out of bed early to tune in?  Thanks, I'm really really impressed! Tongue

I'm glad you liked the program and I definitely appreciate all your comments - Thanks again!

Smile


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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 04 2015 at 23:09
With a weather forecast predicting very hot weather for Adelaide and the state of South Australia this weekend, tonight there is predominantly cool, if not mellow, music on offer instead on http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons Of Change , including classic music from Australian groups Blackfeather and Rainbow Theatre, and from kiwi psych band Ticket. And with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra repeating their successful " http://www.aso.com.au/products/2015/popular/zeppelin-flies-again" rel="nofollow - ASO Plays Led Zeppelin " concerts this weekend, we revisit the fondly remembered "ASO Plays Pink Floyd" concerts from 2006.

8pm
http://www.milesago.com/artists/blackfeather.htm" rel="nofollow - Blackfeather     Seasons of change (1971) (At The Mountains Of Madness)
Caravan    Nine feet underground (1971)  (In The Land Of Grey And Pink)
Ozric Tentacles    Smiling potion (2015) (Technicians Of The Sacred)
Steven Wilson    Home invasion + Regret #9 (2015) (Hand Cannot Erase)
FM    Heaven on earth (2015) (Transformation)
9pm
The Flower Kings    Cinema show (1998) (The Fox Lies Down: A Tribute To Genesis)
The Flower Kings    Big puzzle (1995) (Back In The World of Adventures)
Genesis    The Return of the Giant Hogweed (1971) (Nursery Cryme)
Steve Hackett    Unquiet slumbers for the sleepers + In that quiet earth (2012) (Genesis Revisited II)
The Orb and David Gilmour    Metallic side: Metallic Spheres/Hymns to the sun/Black Graham (2010) (Metallic Spheres)
10pm
http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=2006" rel="nofollow - Rainbow Theatre     Fantasy of horses (1973) (Fantasy Of Horses) there is an interesting interview with Julian Browning http://www.alexgitlin.com/npp/rt.htm" rel="nofollow - here
http://www.aso.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Adelaide Symphony Orchestra     Shine on you crazy diamond + Dogs of war (live, 2006) (ASO Plays Pink Floyd)
http://www.sergent.com.au/music/ticket.html" rel="nofollow - Ticket     Dream chant (1972) (Awake)

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Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 12 2015 at 00:35
This week, on http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/" rel="nofollow - Seasons Of Change at 8pm tonight ( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Seasons+Of+Change+12+December+2015&iso=20151212T20&p1=5&ah=3" rel="nofollow - Adelaide time ), another diverse serving of prog rock and a bit of anything else that fits from Australia and overseas, spending some time with some of the more interesting releases and re-releases from 2015. There's also selections from the musical legacy of Chris Squire (Yes), Edgar Froese (Tangerine Dream), Dieter Moebius (Cluster, Harmonia, etc), John Tout (Renaissance) and Chris Rainbow (The Alan Parsons Project, Camel and others).

8pm
The Tangent    A spark in the aether (2015) (A Spark In The Aether)
https://www.facebook.com/caligulashorseband/" rel="nofollow - Caligula’s Horse     Turntail (2015) (Bloom)
IO Earth    Redemption (2015) (New World)
https://www.facebook.com/arcaneaustralia/" rel="nofollow - Arcane     Keeping Stone: sound on fire (2015) (Known/Learned)
https://www.facebook.com/transienceband/" rel="nofollow - Transience     Endless change (2015) (Temple)
The Gentle Storm    Shores of India (gentle version) + The storm (2015) (The Diary)
Riverside    Found (the unexpected flaw of searching) (2015) (Love, Fear and the Time Machine)
9pm
Chris Squire    Lucky seven (single version) (1975) (Fish Out Of Water)
Yes    Long distance runaround – The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) (1972) (Fragile)
Yes    I’ve seen all good people (live) (1997) (Keys To Ascension 2)
Tangerine Dream    Stratosfear (1976) (Stratosfear)
Cluster    Heisse lippen (1974) (Zuckerzeit)
Renaissance    The captive heart (1977) (Novella)
Camel    Long goodbyes (1984) (Stationary Traveller)
http://www.mikeruddbillputt.com/home/home_page.htm" rel="nofollow - Indelible Murtceps     We are indelible (1972/2015 reissue) ( http://www.aztecrecords.com.au/products/avscd074" rel="nofollow - Warts Up Your Nose )
10pm
https://www.facebook.com/UPFrat/" rel="nofollow - United Progressive Fraternity     We only get one world (Overture) + Choices + Intersection (2014) (Fall In Love With The World)
Sky    The Animals (live, 1983/2015 reissue) (Sky 5 Live)
http://www.sergent.com.au/music/ticket.html" rel="nofollow - Ticket     Dream chant (1972) (Awake)

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Posted By: Meltdowner
Date Posted: December 12 2015 at 16:22
Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


Yes, it's a great track isn't it. While preparing this program I was tossing up between AHM, Shine On and Echoes (my 3 favourite Floyd tracks) - the live version of "Shine On" was on last week's program so much as I love it I ruled that out; then, after I listened through AHM again to help me decide, I felt it deserved a place in the 200th program. Echoes will get airtime at some point in the future too but it's been played lots of times on SoC, AHM just once before now.

Out of bed early to tune in?  Thanks, I'm really really impressed! Tongue
Unfortunately it doesn't get as much love as Shine On. Congrats on the 200th program Smile

I had some work to do, and the music certainly helped Thumbs Up

I was able to listen to Tangerine Dream and Cluster today, great choices Clap


Posted By: David64T
Date Posted: December 13 2015 at 02:23
Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Originally posted by David64T David64T wrote:


Yes, it's a great track isn't it. While preparing this program I was tossing up between AHM, Shine On and Echoes (my 3 favourite Floyd tracks) - the live version of "Shine On" was on last week's program so much as I love it I ruled that out; then, after I listened through AHM again to help me decide, I felt it deserved a place in the 200th program. Echoes will get airtime at some point in the future too but it's been played lots of times on SoC, AHM just once before now.

Out of bed early to tune in?  Thanks, I'm really really impressed! Tongue
Unfortunately it doesn't get as much love as Shine On. Congrats on the 200th program Smile

I had some work to do, and the music certainly helped Thumbs Up

I was able to listen to Tangerine Dream and Cluster today, great choices Clap

Thanks! Smile


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