Monday, June 3, 2013

PROG & ROLL Radio Show: 'Song of the Month' Contest...

   Last night we had one more Prog & Roll radio show, unfortunatelly the one-before-the-end...
Our last show will be on next Sunday. But that's a matter I will inform you later about.
   As we are doing on every month's first show, last night we had the contest for 'the song of the month'.
Which means that during the second hour we played the songs that had the highest average rankings in whole month. (According to our audience's grades of course). And last night our listeners had to grade them again, in order to find out which song will win the contest. Before we start, I had two songs in mind, and I was almost sure that one of these two will win. And I was right! The big surprise for me though was the song that achieved to reach the second place. To be honest I wasn't expecting it to reach so high. But that's the fun when people are voting and grading the songs. You can never know what the result will be.
So, we had 11 songs in our list, and  here's the final ranking:

1. Pink Floyd: Goodbye Blue Sky (points average) : 9.22  (Song of the Month)
2. Aphrodite's Child: The Four Horsemen ............  : 8.86
3. The Who: Won't Get Fooled Again .................  : 8.45
4. David Bowie: Starman ....................................  : 8.23
5. Jethro Tull: Bouree .........................................  : 8.10
6. B.O.C: Astronomy ........................................  : 8.06
7. Myrath: Merciless Times ................................  : 8.00
8. Camel: Eyes of Ireland ...................................  : 7.90
9. Procol Harum: Grand Hotel (Live) ..................  : 7.78
10. Strawbs: Witchwood ....................................  : 7.62
11. Spock's Beard: On a Perfect Day .................  : 7.25

    It was a very good show in my opinion, we had many people online, and as it seemed everybody had some great time. Now we have one more show on next Sunday, and we will try to make it a really great one!
   Gfreedom Team was to thank all of you who logged in last night, and participated in every way.
See you again on next Sunday' Prog & Roll folks. 'Till then, take care! :)
And here's the video of the winning song...