Emerson Lake and Palmer

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The podcast of this week’s Prog-Watch is available at Progwatch.com

This week’s program is a special centered on Progressive Rock epics! Five tracks only make up the 90 minute show! To avoid over-emphasizing the golden age, I have selected one track from each of the five decades of our favorite genre! We’ll hear music from Marillion, Phideaux Xavier, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Pallas, and Discipline!

504: Epix, Vol. 2

Progressive Tracks Show #240 (That’s It… All Change!), originally broadcast on Friday, December 15, 2017, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

Another show reflecting the dynamism in my life these days…  What kind of music goes along with change?  Tune in to find out!  (I’d let you know, but I haven’t quite figured it out yet either).

Yes it’s nebulous… yes it’s self-centered…  and yes, some of you have actually commented that you like these kinds of shows best (but even if you don’t, you WILL like the music)!      ;o)

PLAYLIST:

  • Krankschaft – “Hollow World” from III Mysteries on Stereo Records
  • Spriggan Mist – “Zombie Nation” from The Portal on Independent
  • MMTH – “Paternoster” from Paternoster on Independent
  • Steve Walsh – “Nothing But Nothing” from Black Butterfly on King Records
  • Kikagaku Moyo – “Zo No Senaka” from Kikagaku Moyo – EP on Independent
  • Colin Tench Project – “Welcome To Your World” from Minor Masterpiece on Independent
  • Rare Bird – “Flight (Part I: As Your Mind Flies By)” from As Your Mind Flies By on Red Fox Records
  • Emerson Lake and Palmer – “C’est la vie” from Works Vol. I on Leadclass Ltd
  • Spriggan Mist – “The Good Ship Polyphemus” from The Portal on Independent
  • Colin Tench Project – “Squeaky Door Time” from Minor Masterpiece on Independent
  • MMTH – “Träumen Wale vom Fliegen” from Paternoster on Independent
  • Godspeed You!  Black Emperor – “Anthem For No State” from Luciferian Towers on Constellation

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