Herman Linte’s Prognosis hits a massive, epic and bombastic milestone Monday, as the show hit’s its 100th episode.
But first, Monday at 2 PM on The AIR, we bring you a new episode of Psychedelic Shack You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on the embedded radio player elsewhere on this page.
On Psychedelic Shack, Nigel Pye offers up an hour-long mixtape of Psychedelic Music that, on this show, kicks off with new music from Belle and Sebastion. Check out the playlist…
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Belle and Sebastian “Juliet Naked”
Simon T. Stokes “Cobwebs”
The Glass Menagerie “End Of The Line”
The Radical Five ‘I Should Have Stayed In Bed”
Gypsy Moss “Captive To The Night”
Alan Avon & The Shop “A Night To Remember”
Kate Kennedy Construction Company “Armagedden”
Motivation “Little Man”
Edwick Rumbold “Boggle Woggle”
The Glass Opening “Does It Really Matter”
Steerpike “Prelude and The Marble Steps”
Orange Machine “Dr. Crippen’s Waiting Room”
White Trash “Illusions”
The Majority “Time Machine Man”
Harsh Reality “Praying For Reprieve”
The Unknown Group “Out of my Mind (Over You)”
Psychedelic Shack can be heard every Monday at 2 PM, with replays Tuesday at 9 AM, Wednesday at 10 PM, Friday at 1 PM, and Saturday at 9 AM.
The big deal Monday starts at 3 PM. On a very special Prognosis, Herman Linte presents two full hours of epic Progressive Rock, and to mark the 100th episode, Herman Linte has loaded this program with ALL NEW MUSIC. Every track you hear in this show was released less than six weeks ago.
He opens with the preview single from the forthcoming new Jethro Tull album, RökFlöte, which is due out in April. This record sees Ian Anderson and crew exploring Norse Paganism. Following that we get new music from Peter Gabriel, Tranatlantic, John Cale and loads of newer Progessive Rock artists.
Also of note, opening the second hour, Herman treats us to a preview of Jon Anderson’s upcoming sequel to his Olias of Sunhillow album.
It’s been a real kick having Herman and the rest of the Haversham Recording Institute crew making these programs of theirs, true labors of love, for the last six and a half years, and it’ll be cool to see what they have in store for us in the future. If you’ve been scoring at home, you may realize that, if Prognosis has hit one-hundred episodes, then that means that on Friday, so will Sydney Fileen, and Sydney’s Big Electric Cat. You won’t want to miss that.
But check out this playist of all-new Progressive Rock on today’s Prognosis…
Peter Gabriel “Panopticom”
Floor Jansen “Invincible”
Hypnose “Sheol Part II”
Transatlantic “Rose Colored Glasses (live)”
Riverside “The Place Where I Belong”
John Cale “Moonstruck (Nico’s Song)”
Jon Anderson “Zamran Is Coming”
The Prog Collective “A Matter of Time”
Skald ” Då Månen Sken”
69 Windmills “Tiny Robots”
Dead Meadow “The Left Hand Path”
VV “Vertigo Eyes”
The Subways “Futures”
The Ocean “Preboreal”
You can hear Prognosis on The AIR Monday at 3 PM, with replays Tuesday at 7 AM, Wednesday at 8 PM, Thursday at Noon, and Saturday at 10 AM. You can hear two classic episodes of the show Sunday at 2 PM.
Tonight at 9 PM we bring you an overnight marathon of some of Herman’s favorite episodes of Prognosis.
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