Monday, July 4, 2016

PROG & ROLL Radio Show (3/7/2016). The complete playlist and more...

Hello all!
  Last night one more Prog & Roll radio show was on air as usual, so here I am in order to write down a few things about it, together with the show's full playlist once more
  It was a nice and relaxing show I believe, because most of the songs we chose to play were kind of melodic and cool ones. During the first half hour we made a small tribute to some Rock operas (not concept albums), and we continued with an hourly-length tribute to the Progressive Rock scene of the 70's. At the last part of the show we played songs from bands that have a rather heave sound, influenced deeply by the music of Medieval and Renaissance ages.
  I believe that it was a pleasant show in general, and because our listeners seemed to enjoy it I am pleased.
Here you can take a look at the whole playlist:

Part 1: AYREON: Day 11 - Love / CLIVE NOLAN: The curse of the Baskervilles / KAYAK: The curse of Isis / TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA: What is Eternal.
Part 2: GENESIS: Lillywhite Lilith / YES: Soon / FANTASY: The award / CRESSIDA: To play your little game / EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER: Lucky man / GENTLE GIANT: Why not?
Part 3: RENAISSANCE: Opening out / PROCOL HARUM: As strong as Samson / THE MOODY BLUES: New horizons / STRAWBS: Tears & Pavan / BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST: For no one / SUPERTRAMP: Babaji.
Part 4: DUNWICH: Il falso principio / THERION: Liusalfheim / RHAPSODY (OF FIRE): Echoes of tragedy / HAGGARD: La terra Santa.
'Epic' song: BLIND GUARDIAN: The ninth wave.
  At this point I would like to inform you that Prog & Roll will be on air for 2 more Sundays 'till our summer break, on the 10th and 17th of July. As you can understand, we will try to make these remaining 2 shows as pleasant and good as possible. Especially the last one, for more than one reason, but you'll be informed about it later on.
  I want to say a very big thanks to all those who listened to our show, choosing to spend their Sunday evening/night with us once more.
Thank you all! :-)