The last show for Progtober means we say goodbye to Lunar Clock as our album of the month. The common thread in these 2 shows is King Crimson. First off we consider the passing of
Gordon Haskell last Sunday with a track he released in 1974 from his "It Is Or It Isn't" album featuring John Wetton on bass. He recorded "Lizard" with King Crimson which also included Jon Anderson as guest, and he's on the show with his new and protest song
"Screw Yourself". Gordon replaced Greg Lake in KC, as he went on to form Emerson Lake & Palmer, and the latter we find in the Vault, since an Anthology has just been released, time spanning his carreer. New releases on Glassrock are from: Karnataka, Fire
Garden, Joe Deninzon & Stratuspheerius, Eloy Fritsch and Krishna Peri. Show starter is Bjork from her album SelmaSongs released 20 Years and in the Live Act we find Genesis from their bootleg, but now officialy released "Live in the Windy City (Chicago,
On PopRockFM we go back 20 years with the Flower Kings, new releases by Kepler Ten, Kevin Goldey, Jeff Scott Solo, Hedwig Mollestad, Pinnacle Point and Todd Rungren.
The Live Act is by Roger Waters from his live album "US+THEM". Closing song on both shows is by John "Moody Blues" Lodge with a little help from Jon "Yes" Davison called "In These Crazy Times", recorded in isolation.
TVRDOverdrive, the 2nd hour on PopRockFM features Porcupine Tree, La Machera di Cera, Caravan and closing track is by the Spencer Davis Group remembering yet another artist who fell from us recently, Spencer Davis.
Glass Rock: Saturday between 21:00 and 22:00
Sunday between 20:00 and 22:00
All times GMT+1