Thursday, May 18, 2006

Afterglow Playlist for May 18, 2006

Afterglow is where I present an eclectic mix of genres with an emphasis on
Progressive Rock.

If you or your band have a version of the Genesis song, Afterglow, send it to me
and I will consider using it to start the program. If I use it, the band gets a
link on the Afterglow web site!

I also host The AM/FM Show every other Saturday morning and will be there on
Saturday, May 27.

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Show #189 May 18, 2006

8:00 am (Phase I: An Eclectic Mix of Genres)

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Azureth Afterglow Tomorrow's Past, Yesterday's
Future (none)
R. Lee Steele Center Alabaster Light (Vantage Quest)
Henschkeschlott Warm Night in Victoria Cafe Thiossane (Ozella)
Natural Frequencies Kenya Ornamental Journey (Ozella)

8:30 am (Phase II: Progressive Rock)

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Pulse Comfortably Numb Heartbeat (Fox's Den)
Salem Hill The Joy Gem Mimi's Magic Moment (Progrock)
Sandstone Like a Thought Looking for Myself (Progrock)

9:00 am (More Phase II: Progressive Rock)

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Riverside I Believe Voices in My Head (InsideOut)
Ricochet Entering the Story Zarah - A Teartown Story
Ricochet Teartown Zarah - A Teartown Story
The Mahavishnu Project You Know, You Know Phase 2 (Aggregate)

9:30 pm

* = excerpt
VA = Various Artists (compilation)

Bill Fox -
Bill Fox -
Host of Afterglow every Thursday at 8:00 am EDT (GMT-4:00).
Phase 1: Mixed bag of acoustic, electric, pop, or New Age.
Phase 2: Progressive rock from past masters to contemporary releases.
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