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Progressive Tracks Show #371 (The 2020 Experience)

Well, these are certainly strange times…

Some of us are getting out a bit more now, but who knows what the next few months may bring us?

All that we’re experiencing this year… MAY be what this show is about.

  • The Grand Astoria – “Welcome to the Club” from Punkadelia Supreme on Setalight Records (2013)
  • The Grand Astoria – “Then You Win” from Then You Win – EP on Setalight Records (2013)
  • Fervent Send – “Viral Chain Disease Brings Back the Faith” from Super Stereo on Independent (2019)
  • Radiohead –  Idioteque (Radio Edit) from Idioteque – Single  on Parlophone (2000)
  • Tryon – “Solitude By Numbers” from Wasted Time EP on Independent (2020)
  • Camel – “Metrognome” from Rain Dances on Decca (1977)
  • The Mercury Tree – “False Meaning“ from Countenance on Independent (2014)
  • Dave Kerman – 5uu’s – “Carousel of Progress” from Point of Views on Cuneiform Records 1996
  • Dai Kaht – “Dai Korönenn” from Dai Kaht II on  (2020)
  • Elliott Sharp / Carbon – “Just Another Day’s Work” from Datacide on Enemy Records (1990)
  • Tryon – “Saving Till The End” from Wasted Time EP on Independent (2020)
  • Eminence Ensemble – “The Way” from Real News on Independent (2019)
  • Elliott Sharp / Carbon – “Just Another Day’s Work” from Datacide on Enemy Records (1990)
  • Far Corner – “Outside” from Far Corner on Cuneiform Records (20040
  • Cirku5 – “Coming Home/My Degenerate Mind” from Cirku5 on ST Productions (2015)
  • BUSH – “Cold Contagious” from Razorblade Suitcase on Trauma Records  (1996)
  • Burak Ozmucur – “Expectations” from A Distant Light on Independent (2016)
  • Charlie Cawood – “Flicker Out Of Being” from Blurring Into Motion on BEM (2019)

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

And remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are over 200 podcasts now!).

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This week’s Prog-Watch is an entire show dedicated to prog rock classic tracks! I’m spinning tunes by Genesis, Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention, King Crimson, Kansas, The Alan Parson Project, Yes, Jethro Tull, The Electric Light Orchestra, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, and Caravan! Our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, is also doing a Progressive Discoveries segment on a classic album… Breathless by Camel! Come along as Prog-Watch goes “old school”!

648: Classix, Vol. 1

 

 

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #322 (Apollo 11 – Prog You To The Moon And Back)

This week’s edition of The Progressive Tracks Show is a creation; an experience best enjoyed in solitude. The (mostly) instrumental songs and historical audio clips were carefully pieced together to evoke emotion; to portray the Apollo 11 mission through the emotional power of music.
I do hope you can take time to sit back and enjoy it!

And remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are over 160 now!).

PLAYLIST:

  • Red Kite – “13 Enemas For Good Luck” from Red Kite on RareNoise (2019)
  • King Crimson – “Separation (edit)” from The Elements of King Crimson Tourbox 2014 on DGM (2016)
  • Elder – “Illusory Motion” from The Gold & Silver Sessions on Blues Funeral Recordings (2019)
  • District 97 – “After Orbit Mission” from Screens on Cherry Red Records (2019)
  • Vespero – “Watching The Earth Rise” from Hollow Moon on Tonzonen Records (2018)
  • Fabio La Manna – “Luna2” from EBE on Via Nocturna (2016)
  • Spirit – “Space Child” from Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus on Ode/Epic/Legacy (1970)
  • Polska Radio One – “Launch #93” from Cosmos Inside on Trail Records (2014)
  • Camel – “Lunar Sea” from Moonmadness on UMC-Decca (1976)
  • Arcade Messiah – “Moon Signal” from II on Stereohead Records (2015)
  • Maat Lander – “Meteors Serenade” from Seasons of Space – Book #2 on Clostridium Records (2018)
  • Quarkspace  – “Space Folds Upon Itself” from All These Suns on Quarkspace (2018)
  • Blueneck – “Apogee” from Epilogue on Denovali Records (2012)
  • Astralingua – “Space Blues” from Space Blues – Single on Midnight Lamp Records (2019)
  • Eric Baule – “Touching The Earth” from Revelations Adrift on Independent (2015)
  • Aisles – “Hero” from 4:45 AM on Presagio Records (2013)

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

I have a lot of great stuff lined up for you on this week’s Prog-Watch! For starters, I’ll be catching you up on some of the latest Prog Rock releases from Izz, Pattern Seeking Animals, Introitus, Jordan Rudess, and Terry Draper, formerly of Klaatu! Plus, I’ll have a couple of listener dedications (Camel and U.K.), and there will also be a house call from THE DOCTOR, Rob Fisher, who will be taking us on a voyage of Progressive Discovery with the latest album by the Norwegian band Oak!

 

629: Variety + Oak on Progressive Discoveries

 

If you missed this week’s Prog-Watch you can still listen at Progwatch.com

This week I’ve lined up a plethora of great progressive rock music from Unitopia, Murky Red, Karfagen, The J Conspiracy, Godsticks, Camel, Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius, Radiohead, Forever Twelve, Motorpsycho, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band and Pinn Dropp! In the words of Yoda, “Miss it not!”

509: Variety

 

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On this week’s show we are catching up with the Jonses! Or at least one of the Joneses…namely, our friend Peter Jones of Tiger Moth Tales! Peter had a helluva year in 2016, from guesting on albums by Red Bazar and The Colin Tench Project, to live Tiger Moth Tales gigs with a full band, and even touring Japan as part of the legendary Camel! I caught up with him late last year and we discussed all of this and more. Plus, I play a lot of great music in between the chat, so in the words of Yoda, “miss it not!”