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I was at the helm again for last week’s 101 Dimensions and I plotted an interesting journey for us! This was the itinerary:

1. Pete Townshend – Who Are You (from the album The Lifehouse Chronicles, 2000); Catsnatch; Body Language; and Baroque Ippanese (from the album Scooped, 1995)

2. Jean-Michel Jarre – Electric Flesh; and Skin Paradox (from the album Geometry Of Love, 2003)

3. The Orb (featuring David Gilmour) – Metallic Side (from the album Metallic Spheres, 2010)

4. The Fragile Fate (featuring Rupert Greenall, Jerry Marotta, and Eric Taylor) – Bell-Like; Configuration; Rolled Over; Large Rooms; and The Lost Toy Piano (from the album Lilliam Ocean, 2015

5. Glass Hammer – Twilight On Longview (from the album On To Evermore, 1998)

6. Kitaro – Mysterious Encounter; Sundance; The Field; and The Light Of The Spirit (from the album The Light Of The Spirit, 1987)

If you missed it last weekend, I hope you will join me for the podcast!

Until next time, Prog On!

Tony

101 Dimensions – August 2018-1

 

 

 

This week’s program contains a colossal collection of contemporary and classic Progressive Rock for your careful consideration! Hear music from IO Earth, Coburg, Lazuli, Whiteside’s Daughter, Elephant9, Axios, David Gilmour, Yuka & Chronoship, Motherjane, Gentle Giant, The Bridge, Anthony Phillips, and Projekt Gemineye! Come cherish the cheer!

519: Variety

 

This week on Prog-Watch I have a themed special called “Shine A Little Light”…all the songs have the word “Light” in the title. Can you guess what I will be playing? Here are the artists: Transatlantic, Glass Hammer, Ian Anderson, David Gilmour, Conspiracy, Iona, Rocket Scientists, Rush, Willowglass, Black Bonzo, Subsignal, Yes, IO Earth and Genesis. A nice and diverse list, right?

443: Shine A Little Light

Progressive Tracks Show #204 (4-3-2017) The Big Event

Some things are just bigger than… The Progressive Tracks Show.  

Nah!  Just kidding!   ;o)

The Progressive Tracks Show #204 (The Big Event), originally broadcast on Friday March 31, 2017, is now available to download or listen to any time you desire.

PLAYLIST:

  • It’s a Beautiful Day “Good Lovin’” from Marrying Maiden on Classic Music Vault
  • Marriages “Part the Dark Again” from Kitsune – EP on Sargent House
  • The Aaron English Band “The Marriage of the Sun and the Moon” from The Marriage of the Sun and the Moon on Independent
  • Kansas “It Takes a Woman’s Love (To Make a Man)” from Masque (Bonus Track Version) on Epic/Legacy
  • Monkey Bat “Springtime Love” from Springtime Love on Independent
  • David Bowie “Be My Wife” from Low on Virgin
  • Sinéad O’Connor “Feel So Different” from I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got on EMI Catalogue
  • Soul Asylum “April Fool” from Grave Dancers Union on Columbia
  • The Moody Blues “To Share Our Love” from On The Threshold Of A Dream on UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
  • David Gilmour “Love On The Air” from About Face on Columbia
  • Genesis – “Let Us Now Make Love (BBC Nightride 1970)” from Archive #1 (1967-1975) on Virgin Catalogue
  • Peter Gabriel – “The Book Of Love (Remix)” from Scratch My Back (Limited Edition) on Real World Records
  • Yes – “True Love” from Talk on Atlantic
  • Trinity & Triage – “We Won’t Say Goodbye” from Trinity & Triage on Independent
  • Centrozoon – “The Wedding” from Fool of Music (Compilation) on Independent
  • The Decemberists – “Sons and Daughters” from The Crane Wife
  • Gordon Giltrap and Paul Ward – “April Love” from The Last of England on Angel Air Records

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

PW 407If you missed this week’s Prog-Watch, you can still listen HERE

This week’s show is a variety program with lots of great stuff from David Gilmour, Toto, Ultranova, Glass Hammer, Pendragon, Unifaun, Black Bonzo, Tim Bowness, Procul Harum, and Machines Dream! Plus a great edition of Progressive Discoveries with Dr. Rob Fisher and the German band Blind Ego!