Monday, December 11, 2017

Prog n Roll radio show (10/12/2017). A small "review" and the complete playlist.

Hello all!
  Well, this was a fantastic and fun show! Many things happened, some of them totally unexpected!
Let me get it from the start:
  First of all, last night's playlist was including songs taken from this year's releases exclusively; some older ones and some others very fresh. It was also included a song that is going to be released next year!
  We had a lot of people listening, including many musicians once more, mostly from UK, Germany and Italy. We also played a fun Christmas charity song, recorded by a project, that includes many musicians who are among our faithful listeners.
  Everything was going fine, up to the point that near the end, we announced that the next show on the 17th was going to be the last one for this year; and then we were going to have a long holiday break. At that point we almost had a rebellion on the shoutbox! So, after talking about it for more than a half hour, and after voting (!) on some things, altogether we decided that Prog n Roll will have a break on Christmas Eve. But, we will return for a VERY special 3-hour show on the 31st, during which, altogether will change the year in 3 different time zones! (More info on that later).
 So, have in mind that Prog n Roll will be online on the 17th, and then again on the 31st. 
I already think about the show on the 31st, because it is going to be EPIC!
Here you can take a look at last night's playlist:

Part 1: LONELY ROBOT: Sigma / ELOY: Early signs… from a longed-for miracle / SILHOUETTE: The flow / GENTLE KNIFE: Fade away.
Part 2: SHITS & GIGGLES: Wake Up / COLIN TENCH PROJECT: Welcome to your world / MARCO DE ANGELIS: Keep Going / DRIFTING SUN: Twilight.
Part 3: MOSTLY AUTUMN: Back in time / GANDALF’S FIST: Winter’s mourning / INNERSPACE: In motion.
Part 4: SOEN: Lucidity / CHRYSILIA: Desperate wings / AYREON: The day that the world breaks down.
A very big thanks to all those who chose to spend their Sunday evening with us. I hope you enjoyed it!
Thank you all!

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