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Derek Shulman Joins Us, A Tribute To Women, Pierre Moerlen

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Join the GAGLIARCHIVES, Saturday Night at 10pm Eastern
Time, for program 899, as we feature a salute to the
women in music from all sides of the progressive rock
genre. We'll spotlight new music from the stunning
vocalist Emily Bezar and her Angels' Abacus CD,
progressive metal queen Lana Lane and her powerful new
disc titled Lady Macbeth, #1 disc of our 2004 top 100
in White Willow and the Storm Season disc, White
Willow alumnus Tirill Mohn and her mysteriously
wonderful album A Dance With The Shadows. We'll
feature the new reissues from Progquebec and the
outstanding French Canadian band Contraction,
featuring the lovely Christiane Robichard, and the
self titled debut from 1972, and the powerful second
album from 1975, Your Money Or Your Life, and the
recent archive of Gilli Smyth and Mother Gong titled
Tree In Fish.

We'll also feature music from the beautiful Toyah
Wilcox and her 2003 release Ophelia's Shadow.
Progressive Metal icons Within Temptation and the
powerful 2001 release Mother Earth featuring Sharon
Den Adel on vocals. British project Narnia and the
1974 album Aslan Is Not A Tame Lion featuring Pauline
Filby, classic Spanish release from 1975 from Canarios
and the Ciclos album featuring the operatic vocals of
Rudmini Sukmawati. Along with National Health and the
hair raising Amanda Parsons on vocals, Hannah Stobart
of The Wishing Tree and the Steve Rothery produced
Carnival Of Souls from 1996, and British projects
Magenta and the Seven album, and Mostly Autumn and The
Spirit Of Autumn Past. And what mother's day spotlight
would be complete with Annie Haslam?

Men will unfortunately tarnish this program, with an
exclusive interview with Gentle Giant frontman Derek
Shulman as he joins us to discuss the new and
forthcoming Gentle Giant remasters. Join us for this
introspective interview as Derek reflects on his time
with Gentle Giant, his record company days, and what
he is up to now.

Sadly, we will pay tribute to a personal favorite,
talented artist, percussionist, and drummer, Pierre
Moerlen. Pierre sadly left us Monday, and we showcase
his time in Gong. We will also track our #1 disc for
the second week 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,
and the rest of the world with its high-quality
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live online courtesy of Aural Moon on both Dial-Up and
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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