All posts for the month November, 2016


I’m very thankful to be associated with Progzilla Radio… and you fine listeners.  Thank you so much for listening; I hope you can find something to be thankful for in this current podcast.

The Progressive Tracks Show #186 (Thankful For Prog), originally broadcast on Friday November 25, 2016, is now available to download or listen to any time you desire.


  • King Llama “Stogies n’ Juice” from Return to Ox on Ttrain Music
  • Awooga “Thief” from Alpha Ep on Rockosmos
  • Rani Chatoorgoon “The Grey” from Samsara on FREIA Music Distribution
  • The Hive-Mind “Sparks” from Monitor on The Hive-Mind
  • Corima “Tsukutomi” from Amaterasu on Soleil Zeuhl
  • Corima “Tsukutomi II” from Amaterasu on Soleil Zeuhl
  • Corima “Tsukutomi III” from Amaterasu on Soleil Zeuhl
  • The Hive-Mind “Coup” from Monitor on The Hive-Mind
  • Leon Russell “Stranger in a Strange Land” from Leon Russell & the Shelter People on Shelter Records


Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

Edition 32 of THE PROG MILL is now available to listen to anytime you like or download.

Two hours of stunning progressive rock including this week music from Jerusalem, Drifting Sun, Archangelica, Georgius, Mog and the Water Tribe, Starfish 64, Once and Future Band, Encircled, Peter Gabriel, La Bocca Della Verita, Bad Dreams, Moon Safari, Agents of Mercy and Gregorian Rock.

You can hear THE PROG MILL on Progzilla Radio.  Sundays 2200-2400 UK time (GMT) and Tuesdays 0400-0600 GMT.

Proggy music suggestions from listeners and music for airplay from artists and bands are very welcome.  Email or PM via twitter @shaunontheair or

I’m delighted to announce that the podcast for edition 44 of The Ancient One is now available.


1 Beggar’s Opera – Time Machine (Waters Of Change)
2 Genesis – Dancing With The Moonlit Knight (Selling England By The Pound)
3 Family – Never Like This/See Through Windows/Peace of Mind (Music In A Dolls House)
4 Greenslade – Pilgrim’s Progress (Bedside Manners Are Extra)
5 King Crimson – I Talk To The Wind (In The Court Of The Crimson King)
6 Khan – Space Shanty (Space Shanty)
7 Pink Floyd – Echoes (Meddle)
8 The Nice – Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack/Diamond Hard Blue Apples Of The Moon/ Little Arabella
9 Caravan – I Don’t Know It’s Name (In The Land Of Grey And Pink)
10 Fruupp – Ghormenghast (Modern Masquerades)
11 Jethro Tull – Thick As A Brick/Skating Away (On The Thin Ice Of A New Day)/The Whistler
12 England – Introducing…Three Piece Suite (Garden Shed)
13 Yes – And You And I (Close To The Edge)
14 Emerson, Lake and Palmer – Tarkus (Tarkus)
15 The Moody Blues – House of Four Doors Suite (In Search Of The Lost Chord)


If you missed this week’s Prog-Watch, you can listen HERE

This week’s program is something a little different than the usual…a show focused on epic tracks! Instead of placing undue emphasis on the classic era, however, we are attempting to cover the entire history of Progressive Rock more evenly. With music from Yes, Genesis (not what you expect), David Cross, Gazpacho, and Porcupine Tree! (Former Prog-Watch co-host Dave Luttig should like this one!)


I’m delighted to announce that the podcast for edition 175 of Live From Progzilla Towers is now available.

In this edition we heard the following music:

  1. Rani Chatoorgoon – The Grey
  2. Blind Ego – Never Escape The Storm
  3. The Invisible – The Discovery
  4. Umphrey’s Mcgee – Life During Exodus
  5. Jethro Tull – Budapest
  6. North Atlantic Oscillation – A Pill To Keep The ‘Plane From Crashing’
  7. Hemina – Venus
  8. Thomas Giles – Immersion Highway
  9. Public Service Broadcasting – If War Should Come
  10. Kate Bush – And Dream Of Sheep
  11. The Alan Parsons Project – Stereotomy
  12. Shamblemaths – A Failing Ember
  13. Rick Wakeman – Judias Iscariot
  14. Evership – Silver Light
  15. Kyros – Dilate
  16. Arena – The Visitor
  17. Pymlico – Erised
  18. Discipline – America

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