Thursday, May 19, 2011

Afterglow Playlist for May 19, 2011.

Last week's extra show:

This week's regular show:

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, May 21.

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Show #422 May 19, 2011.

8:00 am (Phase I: Eclectic Mix)

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Trespass Afterglow none (none)
Greg Maroney Valerie's Song The Journey (Hen House)
Robert Peckyno Crystal Shards Stripped (Imaginarium)
Steven C Letting Go Spiritual Piano (none)
Fionnuala Sherry An Cuilfhionn Songs from Before (Hearts of
Paul Lawler and Denali Wonders (Rainstorm)
Paul Speers

8:30 am (Phase II: Progressive Rock)

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Wobbler In Orbit Rites at Dawn (Termo)
Gazpacho Vera Misso Atropos (K-scope)
IZZ 23 Minutes of The Darkened Room (Doone)

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

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NDV Come What May Karma (Radiant)
Legend Carved In Stone Cardinal Points (No Fish)
Alan Morse Cold Fusion Four O'clock and Hysteria

9:30 am

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

Bill Fox
Host of Afterglow every Thursday at 8:00 am EDT/GMT-4.
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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