Friday, January 28, 2011

Stonehenge Playlist 01-28-2011

This week's classic album, all the way from Berlin, Birth Control, with their ninth album from 1976, 'Plastic People'. A great progressive album from a band with many facets. And a lead singer drummer, to boot! Here's my current favorite cut from the LP, 'Trial Trip'. But it's all good!



Artist - Album - Song
  • Scorpions - In Trance -- In Trance
  • Deep Purple - In Rock -- Flight of the Rat
  • Flower Travellin' Band -- Satori - Satori Pt. II
  • Skip Spence - Oar -- War In Peace
  • Brainticket - Cottonwoodhill -- Brainticket Pt. II
  • Climax Blues Band - Tightly Knit -- Shoot Her If She Runs
  • Atomic Rooster - In Hearing Of -- Breakthrough
  • Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Tarkus -- The Only Hymn / Infinite Space (Conclusion)
  • Audience - The House on the Hill -- Jackdaw
  • Secret Oyster - Secret Oyster -- Fire and Water
  • Nazareth - Nazareth -- Broken Down Angel
  • Leafhound- Growers of Mushrooms -- Hipshaker
  • Atlantis - It's Getting Better -- Woman's Sorrow
  • Thin Lizzy - Fighting -- Fighting My Way Back
  • Steve Hillage - Fish Rising - Solar Musick Suite
  • Procol Harum - Broken Barricades -- Playmate of the Mouth
  • Jericho - Jericho -- Justin and Nova
  • Dragonwyck - Chapter 2 -- Fire Climbs
  • Grand Funk - Grand Funk -- Paranoid
  • Crabby Appleton - Rotten to the Core -- Gonna Save You (From That)
  • Chilliwack - Chilliwack -- Changing Reels
  • The Pretty Things - The Pretty Things - Rosalyn
  • The Misunderstood - Before the Dream Faded - I'm not Talkin'
  • The Other Half - The Only Half - Feathered Fish
  • Blues Magoos - Psychedelic Lollipop - Gotta Get Away
  • Soft Machine - Third - Moon In June

2 comments:

orangerobbie said...

Great show! Thanks. ANd thanks for the Brainticket!

Stonehenge Radio Show said...

No problem! Any excuse to play some of the hard stuff. I was considering playing 'Egyptian Kings' from Celestial Voyage in recognition of the revolution, but your request just tilted the balance back to Cottonwoodhill (surely the scariest hill imaginable... probably made of screaming human faces).