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The Progressive Tracks Show #206 (Four-Year Retrospective, originally broadcast on Friday April 14, 2017, is now available to download or listen to any time you desire.

Four years is a long time… especially if you didn’t know how many weeks you’d last as a Prog DJ.  ;o)

But it truly has been fun, and the time has flown by.   So to celebrate the past 4 years, and bring in the start of Year 5, I thought I’d choose tunes that I’ve played along the way… some of the over 1,000 different artists you’ve heard. This isn’t a “best of show”, because it’s all good, but songs that will give you a decent representation of what I’ve been spinning for you since 2013.

PLAYLIST:

  • Chrome Hoof – “Enter the Drobe” from Chrome Black Gold on Cuneiform Records
  • Spoke of Shadows – “Dichotomy” from Spoke of Shadows on Firepool Records
  • MoeTar – “Infintesimal Sky” from From These Small Seeds on Magna Carta
  • Comus – “Song To Comus” from First Utterance on Dawn Records
  • The Knells – “Synchromesh” from The Knells on New Amsterdam
  • miRthkon – “Daddylonglegz” from Vehicle on Altrock
  • Synergy – “Relay Breakdown” from Electronic Realizations for Rock Orchestra (Remastered 2013) on Synergy Electronic Music
  • Lamanaif – “Rane” from L’uomo Infinito on Lizard Records
  • Cave – “Gamm” from Psychic Summer on Important Records
  • Tribal Tech – “Stella by Infra-red High Partical Neutron Beam” from Reality Check on Blue Moon Records
  • Redemption – “Parkers Eyes” from The Fullness of Time on Sensory Records
  • Zubatto Syndicate – “Mechas Over Manhattan” from Zubatto Syndicate on Boscology
  • Eccentric Orbit – “Sputnik” from Attack Of The Martians on Eccentric Orbit
  • Genesis – “Ripples” from A Trick Of The Tail on Charisma

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

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

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

This week’s program is something a little different than the usual…a show focused on epic tracks! Instead of placing undue emphasis on the classic era, however, we are attempting to cover the entire history of Progressive Rock more evenly. With music from Yes, Genesis (not what you expect), David Cross, Gazpacho, and Porcupine Tree! (Former Prog-Watch co-host Dave Luttig should like this one!)