Thursday, February 17, 2011

Afterglow Playlist for February 17, 2011.

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 Thought Radio every other Saturday morning and will be there
on Saturday, February 19.

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Show #409 February 17, 2011.

8:00 am (Phase I: Eclectic Mix)

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Trespass Afterglow none (none)
Craig Karolus True Life Standing On Top (none)
Craig Karolus The Creator Standing On Top (none)
Eric Harry Away Melancholy Away Away Melancholy Away (Calm)
Deuter The Sun Enters the Mystery of Light (New Earth)

8:30 am (Phase II: Progressive Rock)

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VA [Raimundo The Sun of His Eyes] Dante's Paradiso (Musea)
VA [Flamborough Labyrinth of Light Dante's Paradiso (Musea)
VA [Lady Lake] Miserere Mei Dante's Paradiso (Musea)
Genesis Burning Rope And Then There Were Three

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

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Mars Hollow Eureka Mars Hollow (10t)
The Tea Club Castle Builder General Winter's Secret
Museum (none)
Martin Orford Grand Design The Old Road (Giant Electric

9:30 am

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

Bill Fox
Host of Afterglow every Thursday at 8:00 am EST/GMT-5.
Phase 1: Mixed bag of acoustic, World, New Age, and more.
Phase 2: Progressive Rock from past masters to contemporary bands.
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