“Al Stewart was a respected albeit minor British folkie on his way to becoming a rather bland MOR contender when he wrote this pocket symphony about a young Russian soldier in World War Two, and his ultimate betrayal at the hands of the Great Stalin. And it’s so beautiful, so epic, so sad it pretty much stops time. Seriously. They should teach Roads To Moscow in high school. I’m sure I learned more from its eight minutes than I did in pretty much all History 10.” (Philip Random)
The Solid Time of Change is our overlong yet incomplete history of the so-called Prog Rock era – 661 selections from 1965 through 1979 with which we hope to do justice to a strange and ambitious time indeed, musically speaking.
Part Thirty-Four of the journey went as follows:
Pink Floyd – pow R toc H
Roxy Music – Virginia Plain
Strawbs – autumn
Strawbs – hero and heroine
Al Stewart – Nostradamus
Genesis – cinema show
King Crimson – trio
King Crimson – fracture
Black Sabbath – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Sally Oldfield – water bearer
Sally Oldfield – Songs of the Quendi
Sally Oldfield – mirrors
Fresh episodes air pretty much every Saturday night, starting 11 pm (Pacific time) c/o CiTR.FM.101.9, with streaming and download options available within twenty-four hours via our Facebook page.
This program marks the middle point (time wise, not numbering) of our overlong yet incomplete history of the so-called Prog Rock era – 661 selections from 1965 through 1979 with which we hope to do justice to a strange and ambitious time indeed, musically speaking.
Part Twenty-Five of the journey went as follows:
Crazy World of Arthur Brown – prelude + nightmare
Temptations – hurry tomorrow
Nektar – remember the future [part 1]
Hatfield + the North – Big John Wayne socks etc …
David Bowie – station to station
The Who – Tommy overture
The Who – amazing journey
The Who – sparks
The Who – see me feel me
Focus – birth
Focus – Hamburger Concerto excerpts
Al Stewart – roads to Moscow
Randophonic will be taking a brief break from new programming for the next couple or three weeks. Fresh episodes of the Solid Time of Change will return in the new year, every Saturday night, starting 11 pm (Pacific time) c/o CiTR.FM.101.9.