Sunday, November 24, 2019
The Minstral Show – (Episode 079)
Welcome to the Minstral Show, the podcast that spotlights the very best music from around the world, made exclusively in the 21st century.
Another great line up of awesome music to capture the spirit of the day, through a variety of Rock genres including Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock and Alternative rock; featuring new music by Steve Mason, James Parker, Jeff Lynne, Potter’s daughter, In Continuum, Morning Bells, Mystery flavors and a recently released, amazing cover of a Tom Waits song by Angie McMahon
…all this and more by ((((S)))), The Seeds of Time, Yothu Yindi and Don Tigra a project by Stephan Gordon.
Music that strengthens us as individuals and unites us in community begins as a ripple and becomes the Waves of life, on the Minstral show.
The Minstral Show Episode 79
Steve Mason – Like A Ripple (New)
((((S)))) – House
James Parker – Rock and Roll Breakdown (New)
Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Help Yourself (New)
Angie McMahon – Take it With Me (Tom Waits Cover) (New)
Potter’s Daughter – This Winter’s Child (New)
The Seeds of Time – Living in Fear
In Continuum – Know that You Are (New)
Morning Bells – The Truth is (New)
Mystery Flavors – A Thousand Ways (New)
Don Tigra – Over the Line (2016)
Yothu Yindi – Community Life (2000)
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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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