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This week’s Prog-Watch is a variety program with a few special features! There will be a little feature on Thomas Thielen and a sneak peek at the next “t” album called Solipsystemology! (Thomas loves those titles that just roll off the tongue, doesn’t he?) I also have a Guest DJ, Bill Dunaway of High Ridge, Missouri, USA! Bill checks in with some of his Prog Rock favorites, and I mix in a few newer tracks, as well. So in addition to the “t” music, you can expect a boatload of great stuff, new and old, from the likes of Bill Bressler, Yes, Duke 72, Vangelis, Red Bazar, Big Big Train, Dreamwalkers Inc, and Spock’s Beard!

608: Variety, a ‘t’ Feature + a Guest DJ Feature

 

 

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #295 
(Confusion… Will Not Be OUR Epitaph)

We’re celebrating this week!  What, you ask?

Well… what happened 50 years ago this week?  C’mon ProgHeads… think!

Besides spilling the beans, I’ll play some excellent tunes which keep the spirit of art rock alive… while moving it forward in their own way.

Remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are 134 now!).

PLAYLIST:

  • Bill Bressler – “Fits and Starts” from Normal Boy on Unforeseen Monkey
  • King Crimson – “Epitaph” from In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson) – 40th Anniversary Series on DGM
  • Lost Crowns – “Sound As Colour” from Every Night Something Happens on BEM
  • Steven Lance Fornal (Animus Numinus) – “The Reckoning (feat. Tom Desisto)” from Spiritually Elevated Animating Motive on Animus Numinous
  • Bill Bressler – “A Little Song (Before We Go)” from Normal Boy on Unforeseen Monkey
  • Dewa Budjana – “Mahandini” from Mahandini on MoonJune Records
  • Soft Machine – “Hidden Details” from vak budoon MoonJune Records
  • Bill Bressler – “Reprise of a Sort” from Normal Boy on Unforeseen Monkey
  • VAK – “Budo” from Budo on Soleil Zeuhl

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

But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

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