The Progzilla Files Episode 29 | Time + Elegies and Requiems

Part One: Time

All the songs about time we can fit into 60 minutes. Some of these are elegiac; others are more defiant.

  1. Time – Pink Floyd, from Dark Side of the Moon
  2. A Time for Everything? – Jethro Tull, from Benefit
  3. Counting out Time – Genesis, from The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
  4. Your Time Starts Now – Van der Graaf Generator, from A Grounding in Numbers
  5. Ripples – Genesis, from A Trick of the Tail
  6. Time Flies – Porcupine Tree, from The Incident
  7. Bennett Built a Time Machine – Spock’s Beard, from The Oblivion
  8. Time is Time – Yes, from Magnification
  9. Split Seconds – Moraz-Bruford, from Flags
  10. This Moment in Time – Rick Wakeman from Past, Present and Future
  11. From A Place Where Time Runs Slow – Steve Howe, from Turbulence
  12. End Time – ProjeKct 6 from East Coast Live, November 30, 2006

Part Two: Elegies and Requiems

An hour of elegies and requiems. These are songs about lost love, lost innocence, lost hope, lost confidence. Regrets about the past, confusion in the present and fears for the future.

  1. Elegy for Mothers and Children – Robert Fripp, from Radiophonics
  2. Thick as a Brick, Edit 1 – Jethro Tull, from Thick as a Brick
  3. My Room (Waiting for Wonderland) – Van der Graaf Generator, from Still Life
  4. Epitaph – King Crimson, from In the Court of the Crimson King
  5. I Talk to the Wind – King Crimson, from Elements 2014
  6. Which Way the Wind Blows – Anthony Phillips, from The Geese and the Ghost
  7. Here Comes the Flood – Robert Fripp, from Exposure
  8. Turn of the Century – Yes, from Going for the One
  9. Elegy – Anthony Phillips, from Private Parts and Pieces 3 (Antiques)
  10. Elegy – Jethro Tull, from Stormwatch
  11. Lost for Words – Steve Howe, from Natural Timbre
  12. The Great Gig in the Sky – Pink Floyd, from Dark Side of the Moon
  13. Requiem—Affirming –  Robert Fripp, from Love Cannot Bear