SFF Live Saturday Night

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Abgeschickt von gagliarchives am 23 April, 2004 um 20:45:22

Join the GAGLIARCHIVES this Saturday night at 10pm Eastern Time, for program 845, as Tony Banks of Genesis joins us to discuss his new Classical solo album titled Seven: A Suite For Orchestra. Tony discusses how the album came together, and some news on Genesis. Stay tuned for this classic visit, from one of the pioneers of Progressive Rock. We'll feature new music from New England project Eccentric Orbit and the fantastic new disc titled Attack Of The Martians. New music from Evergrey and The Inner Circle CD as they make their way to Philadelphia's Trocadero on April 30th. New music from Pianist Steve Kuhn as he performs at the Merkin Concert Hall this Thursday night, in New York City. New music from Clearlight and the Infinite Symphony, and Anekdoten Gravity, and our Taster's Choice this week features Djam Karet and their A Night For Baku CD. Archive recordings from Schicke, Fuhrs, Frohling Live in Papenburg, Germany 1975, The Platina and their 1976 recording The Girl With The Flaxen Hair, and the Dixie Dregs and the 1978 recording What If. The Magic Mushroom band is part one of our 4th Hour Space Out focus this week. We will feature the Re-Hash CD from 1992, and Spaced Out from 1991 recently re-released on the Voiceprint label. We'll feature the #1 disc for the 5th week in row, Ozric Tentacles and the Spirals In Hyperspace.

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