Friday, October 10, 2008

Afterglow Playlist for October 9, 2008

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

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it to me and I will consider using it to start the program. If I use
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Show #301 October 9, 2008

8:00 am (Phase I: Eclectic Mix)

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ShadowPlay 1997 Afterglow none (none)
Kitaro Sky and Ocean Sacred Journey of Ku-Kai
Mary Youngblood Sacred Place Sacred Place (Silver Wave)
Tony Gerber The Archtop Band Bonfire (Space for Music)
Biomusique Ohroo The 10,000 Steps (Kosmic)

8:30 am (Phase II: Progressive Rock)

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Karmakanic Send a Message From Who's the Boss In the Factory
the Heart (InsideOut)
Neal Morse The Way Home Lifeline (Radiant)

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

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Singularity Smile Of All the Mysteries (none)
Ephrat The Show No One's Words (InsideOut)
Cailyn New World In Blue New World In Blue (none)

9:30 am

+ = By Request
* = excerpt
VA = Various Artists (compilation)

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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