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THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #304
(St. Progtrick’s Day)

In almost 6 years of creating Progressive Tracks, I’ve never done a St. Patrick’s Day show (mainly because I didn’t feel qualified).  Listen in this week to hear why…. Ha!

Don’t worry… as always, the music will be great.

Remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are 143 now!).

PLAYLIST:

  • Geoffrey Castle – “Streets of Inwood” from The Deep Well Sessions, Vol. 1 on Twisted Fiddle Music (2012)
  • Dan Fogelberg – “Tullamore Dew” from Phoenix on Full Moon (1979)
  • Bill Grogan’s Goat – “Knockdhu Set” from Third Eye on Detroit Caprine Records (2017)
  • Horslips – “The Snakes’ Farewell to the Emerald Isle” from The Unfortunate Cup of  Tea on Horslips Records (1975)
  • Leah – “Do Not Stand at my Grave and Weep” from Otherworld EP on Ex Cathedra Records (2013)
  • Irish Coffee – “Hear Me” from Irish Coffee on Akarma (1971)
  • Kingbathmat – “The Well of Sorrow” from Gravity Shield on Kingbathmat (2014)
  • Bill Grogan’s Goat – “Van Diemen’s Land” from Bill Grogan’s Goat on Beagletone (2007)
  • Yurt – “Rat Nebula” from II – Archipelagog on Yurt (2011)
  • Horslips – “The Shamrock Shore” from Happy to Meet, Sorry to Part  on Horslips Music (1972)
  • Irish Coffee – “Can’t Take It” from Irish Coffee on Akarma (1971)
  • Borge Olsen – “Brilliant” from Ultimate Fingers on Borge Olsen (2019)
  • Consider The Source – “Enemies of MagicK” from You Are Literally a Metaphor on Consider The Source (2019)
  • The Wrong Object – “Many Lives” from Into The Herd on MoonJune Records (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

But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

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Progressive Tracks Show #241 (ProgMas 2017), originally broadcast on Friday, December 22, 2017, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

PROGTRACKS NOTE:  I’ve uploaded this podcast to your stocking a bit early because… hey, it’s Christmas!  Besides, I figured you might need to sneak away from your Wham!-loving relatives, put on those new headphones that Santa brought you, and Prog On for a bit!       ;o)

ProgMas is a time-honored tradition at The Progressive Tracks Show (this being the 7th edition), and as always, you’ll experience a melding of traditional and… er, not-so-traditional tunes to mark the season in an alternative fashion.

The Progressive Tracks Show… don’t look too close, or you’ll poke your eye out!

PLAYLIST:

  • Leah (with Eric Peterson) – “Winter Sun” from Winter Sun – Single on Independent
  • The Grip Weeds – “Christmas, Bring Us” from Christmas, Bring Us – Single on Ground Up Records
  • Lights & Motion – “Snow” from Save Your Heart on Deep Elm
  • Tiger Moth Tales – “Tears Of Frigga” composed by Peter Jones from The Depths Of Winter on White Knight Records
  • Boston – “God Rest Ye Metal Gentlemen 2013” from God Rest Ye Metal Gentlemen 2013 – Single on Frontiers Records
  • Aviva Omnibus – “Heavy March” from Nutcracker In Fury on Musea
  • Mingo Lewis – “Frankincense” from Flight Never Ending on Columbia
  • Fibonacci Sequence – “We Three Kings” from We Three Kings on Fibonacci Sequence
  • La Leggenda New Trolls – “Christmas Rhapsody” from It’s Christmas Time (Various Artists) on Aereostella
  • Peter Matuchniak – “Across The Pond” from Uncover Me  on ProgRock Records
  • Finnegan’s Wake – “King Wenceslas” from Yellow on Mellow Records
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto – “Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence” from Original Motion Picture on Recorded Picture Company
  • Gandalf’s-Fist – “Winter’s Mourning” from Single on Independent
  • The Residents – “Seasoned Greetings” from Meet The Residents on  Ralph
  • Jethro Tull – “Christmas Song”  from Living In The Past on Chrysalis

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