Monday, December 9, 2013

PROG & ROLL Radio show on 8/12/2013. The Full Palylist...

Hello all!
Last night we had one more Prog & Roll radio show, and it was the first one after almost a year on which we didn't play the 'grading of the songs' game. This happened because our Annual Top-10 is complete, and also because we fealt that playing this game for almost a year was enough. We had lots of fun from time to time, but everything must come to an end at some point. Now we will have to think of something else for next year.
   That's why you will not be seing any Top-5 songs from now on. I will be writing a small review, and I'll be adding the full playlist. 
   On last night's show we started with 3 bands with oriental roots. On the frist half-hour we played Myrath from Tunis, Mavara from Iran, and Nemrud from Turney. On the second half-hour we played only bands and artists from the '60's and the '70's, and we added a strong Folk-Rock flavour. 
At the start of the 3rd part, we had our music contest, and once more we had a winner very fast. We continued with a couple of very famous Hard-Rock bands, and after that we slowed the rhythm a lot.
   I believe it was a nice show in general, and the people seemed to enjoy it.
As for the full playlist, you can see it here:

MYRATH: Madness / MAVARA: Endless Illusion / NEMRUD: Journey of the Shaman (Part.2) / VELVET FOGG: Yellow Cave Woman / BEGGAR’S OPERA: Open Letter / RAMASES: Children of the Green Earth / DONOVAN: Catch the Wind /SANDY DENNY & THE STRAWBS: Sail Away to the Sea / PENTANGLE: Hunting Song / RUSH: The Seeker (Music Contest) / BLACK SABBATH: A National Acrobat / BLUE OYSTER CULT: Veteran of the Psychic Wars / MARILLION: He Knows you know / ARENA: Medusa / SUPERTRAMP: Lord is it mine / CRESSIDA: Summer Weekend of a Lifetime/ CICCADA: Epirus-A mountain Song / ASTRA: Drift / STYX: Lords of the Ring /THE MOODY BLUES: Isn’t Life strange?
I will conclude this post by adding a couple of videos from last night's playlist.
On the first video you can listen the song 'Isn't life Strange?' from The Moody Blues, and on the second video the song 'Madness' from the Tunisian Prog-Metal band Myrath.
Enjoy the music, and have a great week everybody! :)