Come and do a little Moonlighting with Prog-Watch this week, where every song will have the word “Moon” in the title! With music from a wide assortment of artists, including Genesis, City Boy, Tom Slatter, Sky Cries Mary, Conspiracy, Thin Lizzy, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Flame Dream, Lana Lane, The Electric Light Orchestra, White Willow, The Nice, The Alan Parson Project, Seven Steps To The Green Door, Marco Ragni, and The Who!
I’m doing another of my band family tree explorations on Prog-Watch this week and my subject is the mighty King Crimson! I’ll be spinning a few classic tunes from the band proper and exploring their roots and branches in the music of Giles, Giles & Fripp, McDonald & Giles, Peter Sinfield, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Robert Fripp, Adrian Belew, David Cross & David Jackson, and more! Come and hear what I shake out of the KC Family Tree!
728: Shaking the Family Tree of King Crimson
This week’s Prog-Watch is another edition of EPIX! Just six tunes will carry us through our time together and I’ll play one from each decade of our favorite genre (with a bonus from the 1970s)! Tune in to hear great music from The Eloy, Porcupine Tree, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Pendragon, Agents Of Mercy, and Banco del Mutuo Soccorso!
719: Epix, Vol. 6
Another themed special on Prog-Watch this week, and the key word is HEART! We’ll hear from Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Trevor Rabin, King Crimson, Robert Berry, The Alan Parsons Project, Pete Townshend, Yes, Marillion, Moon Safari, Zebra, Colin Blunstone, Esquire, Rush, GTR, mystery, John Wetton, and Manfred Mann`s Earth Band! Come along for a fun ride!
646: Affairs of the Heart
THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #328 (The Power of Three)
The Power of Three, suggests that things that come in threes are funnier, more satisfying, more effective, and/or more memorable, than other numbers of things. There are many celtic, nordic, and pagan examples of this belief.
But does that translate to music? Join us to hear how the power of three translates… progressively.
And remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are over 165 podcasts now!).
- Rush – “Working Man” from Rush on Mercury Records (1974)
- Mouth – “Cascade Inc.” from Rhizome on Tonzonen Records (2009)
- Mouth – “Hiding, Rhizome” from Rhizome on Tonzonen Records (2009)
- Bushman’s Revenge – “Folk Kremtar No Av Og Til Berre I Lause Lufta Og” from Et hån mot overklassen on Hubro (2019)
- Bushman’s Revenge – “Happy Hour For Mr. Sanders” from Et hån mot overklassen on Hubro (2019)
- Axiom – “Slumber” from Slumber – Master A from Axiom on Independent (2019)
- El Trio – “Deconectar” from Las Manos on Progshine Records (2013)
- Mouth – “Into The Light (alternate mix)” from Past-Present-Future on Tonzonen Records (2019)
- Battles – “The Yabba” from La Di Da Di on Warp Records (2015)
- Emerson Lake & Palmer – “Oh, My Father” from Tarkus (deluxe edition) of Razor & Tie Records (2012)
- Axiom – “Believe” from Believe – Master B from Axiom on Independent (2019)
- Bushman’s Revenge – “A Bottle A Day Keeps The Wolves At Bay” from Et hån mot overklassen on Hubro (2019)
- Fred Frith Trio – “Dance of Delusion” from Another Day in Fucking Paradise on Intakt Records (2016)
- Yowie – “Mysterium Tremendum” from Synchromysticism on SKiN GRAFT Records (2017)
- Dialeto – “Windmaster” from The Last Tribe on MoonJune 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
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Variety is on tap in this week’s episode! Hear from Uriah Heep, Ben Craven, Dreadnaught, Foreigner, Syncage, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Manfred Mann`s Earth Band, Snarky Puppy, IO Earth, Anekdoten & Rocket Scientists! Also, our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, will be enlightening us on the great new album by The Mute Gods!
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This week’s show was a tribute to Greg Lake. Greg was kind of a personal hero to me; and as a guy with a Prog Rock show, I couldn’t let his passing go without doing a tribute show. I’ve put together a nice career retrospective here, with some things you might not expect to hear and a few you may never have heard. So join me this week as I take a look back at a little of the impressive body of work left by Greg Lake. Requiescat in pace, Greg.