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Old 05-13-2005, 12:52 AM
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New Kayak, RMI, VDGG, Gentle Giant, Present Saturday Night

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Join the GAGLIARCHIVES, Saturday Night at 10pm Eastern
Time, for program 900, as we feature an exclusive interview with Guitarist Fareed Haque. Fareed joins us to discuss his new group project and the disc titled Cosmic Hug. Fareed reflects on his live shows, his influences, and the future. Saturday we will feature a lot of new music, or as we call it, "Attack Of The Double CD's".

We'll feature the new Cuneiform releases. First up, the double disc from Canadian band Miriodor featuring their new studio album titled Parade and their live performance at Nearfest 2002. We'll feature the new disc from Belgian band Present recorded live in Baltimore, MD amidst their first ever US tour titled A Great Inhumane Adventure. As part of our 4th Hour Space Out, we'll feature the amazing new double disc from British electronic masters Radio Massacre International titled Emissaries. We'll also feature the new archive release from a British Jazz Bass pioneer Graham Collier and the double disc Workpoints featuring one performance from Southampton, England in 1968, and another from Middleheim, Belgium in 1975. This new jazz gem is a must get. Another must get and personal favorite who is featured on Disc One of Workpoints is Saxophonist John Surman. Cuneiform Records reveals another excellent archive disc in John Surman, titled Way Back When recorded in London in October of 1969.

We'll feature the new stunning Gentle Giant remasters Free Hand from 1975, and In A Glass House from 1973 including bonus tracks! We will also feature the new double CD from landmark progressive rock band Van Der Graaf Generator titled Present. We'll feature the new double disc from classic Dutch band Kayak and their Nostradamus - The Fate Of Man CD. We'll feature the new sophomore effort from Pierre Vervloesem titled Rude from the Carbon7 label. We'll feature a classic from Billy Cobham and the Stratus disc from 1981, and music from Genesis as part of our Taster's Choice.
We will also track our #1 disc for the third week in a row in Porcupine Tree's Deadwing.

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*The Gagliarchives has been championing progressive
rock on FM radio in the Greater Philadelphia area for
more than 13 years. Based in Pemberton, NJ at
Burlington County College's award-winning WBZC, The
Gagliarchives serves all of South Jersey and the
Delaware Valley region of Pennsylvania and
Philadelphia on two frequencies, 88.9 and 95.1FM,
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High-Speed connections. The Gagliarchives still
achieve high arbitron ratings weekly since 1998. The
program has featured exclusive interviews and guests
such as Jan Hammer, Tony Banks, Allan Holdsworth,
Kansas, Chris Poland of Ohm and many, many others.

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