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Progressive Tracks Show #364 (Plague!)

Yes, yes… I know we’re not experiencing The Plague.  But our society is facing ‘a plague’ in many respects.
Anyway, I thought it was time to explore this subject through music…and it’s not a surprise that there’s plenty from which to choose.

  • Steven Wilson – “The Year of the Plague” from 4-1/2 on Kscope (2016 )
  • Cryptic Ruse – “Spores of the Concrete Plague” from Unfertile on Independent (2020)
  • Doctor Nerve – “Plague” from Skin on Cuneiform Records (1995)
  • Talamasca – “Reality Plague” from Rights of Passage on Mellow Records (1991)
  • Dustman Dilemma – “Breathless” from First Trip to the Roaring Plains on Baboon Fish (2013)
  • Bader Nana – “The Plague” from Wormwood on Bn Studio (2011)
  • Van Der Graaf Generator – “A Plague of Lighthouse Keepers” from Pawn Hearts on EMI (1971)
  • Thinking Plague – “Les Etudes D’Organism“ from In Extremis on Cuneiform Records (1998)
  • Nash The Slash – “Fever Dream (Marsden Version)” from Beside Companion on Artoffact Records (1978)
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra – “Eternity’s Breath, Parts 1 and 2” on Visions of the Emerald Beyond on Columbia (1975)

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THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #286
(Veterans / Armistice / Remembrance Day 2018)

We owe a lot… to a few.  And while playing music is far from adequate, it’s what The Progressive Tracks Show can do to commemorate their sacrifice.

Join me this week for some music appropriate for the day.

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PLAYLIST:

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But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

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Progressive Tracks Show #248 (The “FREE” Show), originally broadcast on Friday, February 9, 2018, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

You know the old saying “You get what you pay for”?  Well… sometimes you get a whole lot more!

As I periodically do, I’ve scoured my music sources to uncover fourteen artists who are giving us an opportunity to listen to their wonderful creations… gratis!

With that kind of generosity, the least we can do is listen, right?      ;o)

PLAYLIST:

  • Argent – “Hold Your Head Up” from All Together Now on Epic
  • The Fierce and The Dead – “Truck” from The Euphoric on Bad Elephant Music
  • The Mercy Stone – “Ghettoblaster” from Ghettoblaster – Single on The Mercy Stone
  • Penna – “Move” from Sublevels – EP on Psr
  • Ruby the Hatchet – “Paralyzed” from Eliminator – EP on Tee Pee Records
  • Electro-Kraken – “Lulling On An Opportunity” from Servicist on Independent
  • Vincent Rubinetti – “Set For The Spark” from Singles Collection 2001-2013 on Independent
  • Cleft – “12 Second Panda” from Bosh! on EmuBands
  • Garrett Gleason – “Alabama Man” from Anchors on Independent
  • Audiolepsia – “Vicodina” from Principio de Incertidumbre on Autoeditado
  • Starving Daughters – ‘Vanishing Lessons” from We Were Eggs on Independent
  • El Tubo Elastico – “Vampiros y gominolas (Vampires and Jellybeans)” from El Tubo Elastico on Independent
  • Bader Nana – “ Desperate Times” from Devolver on Independent
  • The Kite Trio – “Milkman (Deerhoof cover) from Slightly Higher in Canada (Preview) on Independent
  • Blushing Satellite – “A New Beginning” from The Union on Independent

If you have comments (always welcome), or suggestions for show topics/music, feel free to contact me anytime via email:  ProgTracks@KPTZ.org

But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack