11.08.2008

iVoryTowerz Radio: From the Archives, No. 5

Despite our ability last week to provide a remote podcast from Chicago (and how timely was that!?), this week, again, schedules and travel conspire to keep a fresh podcast from going online. Never fear, though. Time to dip into the secret archives for another of the best programs of 2007. This one has the appropriate mood for November: a theme show built around progressive rock. No need to dust off those old albums, we have the electronic versions here. The originators of space rock are onboard for this one, both Pink Floyd and Hawkwind. But for a twist there's also some electronic Chuck Berry too. And as usual on the underground podcast, there's more than 40 years of music covered, including progressive rock from the present. Catch this one while you can because often these archival posts only stay up for a limited time. Please listen and enjoy!




(This podcast is no longer available for download.)



Playlist

"Karn Evil #9: First Impression, Part II" by Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “Gypsy” by Uriah Heep
"Spectral Mornings" by Steve Hackett
“Watcher of the Skies (remix version)" by Genesis
"Shock the Monkey" by Peter Gabriel
Jeff’s New Wave: “Take Me to the River” by The Talking Heads
Cover Me: "Happiness is a Warm Gun" by The Breeders
"You Can't Catch Me" by John Lennon
"Back in the USA" by Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers
“Memphis, Tennessee” by Silicon Teens

“Steal the Blueprints” by +/-
“Angeles” by Elliot Smith
"Curtains" by Owl & the Pussycat
"Evil Eyes Again" by Warlock
"Paranoia, Parts I & II" by Hawkwind
"Challenger Deep" by Zombi
"One of These Days" by Pink Floyd

(Mp3 Runs - 1:32:50; 85 MB.)

(The photo is by ALA TechSource of Chicago, IL via Flickr, using a Creative Commons license.)

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Originally podcast as iVoryTowerz No. 42.




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