Post by progrockdeepcuts on Jun 13, 2014 23:34:14 GMT
Prog Rock Deep Cuts #39 is now available for streaming!
First up, I'll be featuring the new record by Israeli guitarist Yossi Sassi entitled Desert Butterflies. The record fuses Eastern folk modes with hard rock and features a guitar tone reminiscent of Jethro Tull's Martin Barre.
You can also expect some music from Jan Dukes de Grey, a 1970s psych-folk who released a tragically underrated progressive rock album entitled Mice and Rats in the Loft. The album, released in 1971, combines the folky leanings of Fairport Convention and Pentangle, with more sinister psychedelic overtones, evoking the music of Comus. Vivid songwriting combined with progressive rock structures and instrumentation such as flutes, trumpets, and searing electric guitar make for an exciting ride like none other.
Also on this week's program, I'll be dipping Into the Vinyl Vein with Magma's seminal Zeuhl masterpiece Kohntarkosz. Into the Vinyl Vein is a Deep Cuts feature which spotlights a classic vinyl LP. The album, released in 1975, features the Zeuhl trademark of repetitive bass and drum lines mixed with operatic vocals that slowly build to thrilling climaxes.
Additionally, I will be playing some music from Soft Machine, most notably the jazz infused Third record, as well as classic music from Mahavishnu Orchestra and space rock pioneers Hawkwind. I'll top it off with some tracks from echolyn, Jan Dukes de Grey, Beardfish, The Muffins, and more!
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