Monday, July 1, 2019
The Minstral Show – (Episode 074)
Welcome to the Minstral Show, the podcast that spotlights the very best music from around the world, made exclusively in the 21st century.
Today’s spotlight revisits the positive energy of rock n roll featuring “The Revox, Teenage Frames and Pretty Volume with a little bit of blues by Burton Gaar thrown in to remind us where Rock n Roll came from…following that is a Pop / alternative Rock set with a twist of psyche featuring La Resistance, Figure Walking, Chemical Brothers and the Historics, music that carries the spirit of these genres from the past into the 21st century.
The third set brings, the conscious connecting waves, of Progressive rock, by the Automatism Band, Steve Hackett and Calexico a set that concludes with URSINA who reminds us all, to, love as if there’s no tomorrow.
12 great tunes coming at you in three great sets of music, on the Minstral Show.
The Minstral Show Episode 74
The Revox - Girl Next Door
Burton Gaar – Because of You
Teenage Frames – Glamorous Trash
Pretty Volume (Neil Leyton) – Staring
La Resistance – Forsaken
Figure Walking – Blue World
The Chemical Brothers – Let Forever Be
Historics – Things are Alright
Automatism Band – Propeller Propulsion
Steve Hackett – In the Skeleton Gallery
Calexico – Longboard
URSINA – Time is a Thief
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Special thanks to: Southbound Snake Charmers & John Palmer for their music contribution to this program.
Program Intro Song:
Southbound Snake Charmers - Cut My Time
3rd set Intro
John Palmer - Nyx
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