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The Progressive Tracks Show #216 (Nice Surprises), originally broadcast on Friday June 23, 2017, is now available to download or listen to any time you desire.

Everyone likes surprises… especially when they’re nice ones.

WARNING:  King Crimson 2017 US Tour Spoilers Contained Within!!!


  • NP:  Styx – “Gone Gone Gone” from The Mission on Styx Concept
  • NP:  Monkeybat – “Pockets” from Pockets – Unreleased on Independent
  • NP:  Ghost Ship Octavius – “Saturn and Skies” from Ghost Ship Octavius on Ghost Ship Octavius
  • NP:  King Crimson – “The Battle Of Glass Tears” from Lizard (Expanded Edition) on Discipline Global Mobile
  • NP:  Machines Dream – “Black Science” from Black Science on Progressive Gears
  • NP:  Damanek – “Dark Sun” from On Track on GEP
  • NP:  Styx – “Red Storm” from The Mission on Styx Concept
  • NP:  Roger Waters – “Picture That” from Is This The Life We Really Want? on Columbia Records
  • NP:  Machines Dream – “Noise To Signal” from Black Science on Progressive Gears
  • NP:  King Crimson – “Islands” from Islands (40th Anniversary Edition) on Discipline Global Mobile

If you have comments (always welcome), or suggestions for show topics/music, feel free to contact me anytime via email:

But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

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

This week’s episode is a great variety program, with lots of (mostly) new stuff for your listening pleasure! Hear music from Ghost Community, Rikard Sjöblom’s Gungfly, Karda Estra, Brother Ape, The Mothers Earth Experiment, Simon Says, Deep Purple, Valdez, Cast, Gregorian Rock, and Machines Dream! We’ll also hear from our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, who will be focusing on the latest album by Damian Wilson!

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!