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THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #316   (SeaProg 2019 Festival Wrap-Up Show)

By the time this podcast is posted, SeaProg 2019 will be another page in the history books… and I’ll be exhausted.  So this week I’m letting ALL the SeaProg 2019 artists do the show by themselves.

There is (almost) all different music on this show, so tune in or grab it, to hear new tunes!

I want to thank Dennis, Jon, John, Joe, Dave, and Tom (The Seattle Festival of Avant and Progressive Rock’s Central Committee) for supporting me in hosting seven… count ’em… seven SeaProg preview shows.  You guys are great!

I would also like to thank Nate, Jonathan, Julie, Trey, Markus, Brenden/Jennifer, Tim, Michael, Stefan/Per, Alex, Dani, Riley/Justin, and Bill for their time and effort in doing interviews, creating station ID’s, and generally putting up with me and my production deadlines.  I hope these fine artists think this was as worthwhile, as I do!

Lastly, I hope you listeners have enjoyed these shows; they continue to be the most downloaded/streamed ones I create.  And that makes feel very positive about the future of SeaProg!  Thanks for listening!

If you’d like to re-listen to any SeaProg show that’s played on Progzilla Radio, just click here:  http://www.progzilla.com/?s=seaprog

And remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are over 150 now!).

PLAYLIST:

  • Echotest – “Ladies Legs at the Temperature Hotel” from Daughter of Ocean on Echotest (2019)
  • Trettioåriga Kriget“Metamorfoser” from Krigssång on  Ocean on Mellotronen(1976)
  • Farmhouse Odyssey – “Ancient Yet Eternal” from Fertile Ground on Farmhouse Odyssey (2019)
  • Troot – “Hollow By Footsteps” from Constance and the Waiting on Troot (2018)
  • Dust Mice – “Starlight Coppice” from Moon Fetus EP on Self (2018)
  • Immensity Crumb – “Girda and Kay” from Girda and Kay – Single on Independent (2019)
  • Marbin – “Ol’ Neckin’” from Aggressive Hippies on Marbin (2015)
  • The Sheen – “Choose Your Own Adventure” from The Sheen on 936986 Records DK (2018)
  • KTU – “Jacaranda” from Quiver on7dMedia (2008)
  • Pat Mastelotto – “Dervish (feat. Markus Reuter & Ian Boddy) from Recidivate on 7dMedia (2012)
  • District 97 – “Handlebars” from In Vaults on The Laser’s Edge (2015)
  • Moon Letters – “Beware The Finman” from Until They Feel The Sun on Moon Letters (2019)
  • Yesod – “7”  From The Chapel on Independent (2013)
  • Farmhouse Odyssey – “Out of the Fog” from Fertile Ground on Farmhouse Odyssey (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

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #310       (SeaProg 2019 Festival Preview #1)

The Seattle Festival of Avant and Progressive Rock (SeaProg) will hold its sixth event June 7th – 9th at the Columbia City Theater, with an amazing bill of unique artists.

The Progressive Tracks Show is proud to once again be the voice of SeaProg on the airwaves, and will host a half-dozen shows featuring SeaProg artists!

This first week will feature a national headliner and a ‘regional dark horse’, with music and conversation.

Warning: Listening to these SeaProg shows will entice you to spend your money getting to Seattle in order to attend this amazing event. But then, you just got your tax refund, right?   Hmmm…      ;o)

Additional information can be found at www.seaprogfest.org

Remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are 150 now!).

PLAYLIST:

  • Vialka – “Footage Of An Uproar” from La Poursuite De l’excelllence on RER USA (2012)
  • Marbin – “Special Olympics” from The Third Set on MoonJune Records (2014)
  • Marbin – “African Shabtay” from Aggressive Hippies on MoonJune Records (2015)
  • The Sheen – “Back In 85 or 86” from Trash Hazard on 2018936986 Records DK (2018)
  • The Sheen – “M. Corner Tone” from Trash Hazard on 2018936986 Records DK (2018)
  • Marbin – “Itchybun” from Alabama Sock Party (bootleg) on Independent (2019)
  • The Sheen – “Trash Hazard” from Trash Hazard on 2018936986 Records DK (2018)
  • Marbin – “Pirate Punch” from Israeli Jazz on Independent (2018)
  • The Sheen – “Cathy” from The Sheen on 2018936986 Records DK (2018)
  • Marbin – “House of the Dead” from Goatman & The House of the Dead on Independent (2015)
  • The Sheen – “The Sudden Valley Homeowners Association” from The Sheen on 2018936986 Records DK (2018)”

If you have comments or suggestions for show topics/ music (always welcome), feel free to contact me any time via email:  ProgTracks@KPTZ.org

Progressive Tracks Show #253 (Almost A Hodge-Podge), originally broadcast on Saturday, March 17, 2018, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

This week’s show is kinda like our universe… it seems random, but really it’s not.  We’ll hear lots a disparate new tuneage this week, but there are enough connections that I can’t officially call it a ‘hodge-podge’ show.  So unofficially, it’s ‘almost a hodge-podge’.        ;o)

PLAYLIST:

  • Rick Miller – “Midnight” composed by Rick Miller from Delusional on Independent
  • Pink Floyd – “Keep Talking” from The Division Bell (Remastered) on Parlophone UK
  • Guns of the Seneca – “Ballistic Panspermia” from Ballistic Panspermia – Single on Independent
  • Awooga – “Waterhole” from Conduit on Rockosmos
  • Phi – “In the Name of Freedom” from Cycles on Gentle Art Of Music
  • Prince Rupert’s Drops – “Follow Me” from Climbing Light on Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records
  • Marbin – “Israeli Jazz” from Israeli Jazz on Independent
  • Fraktal Phantom – “Broken Time” from Live In The Studio on Independent
  • Spectral Waves – “Variant Pt. 2” from A Tribute To Mark Reiser on Real Music Club
  • Nosretep – “Vortex” from First Album on Independent
  • Rick Miller – “The Garden Of Forking Paths” composed by Rick Miller from Delusional on Independent
  • Phi – “Amber” from Cycles on Gentle Art Of Music
  • Marbin – “Arkansas Jumper” from Israeli Jazz on Independent

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

 

The Progressive Tracks Show #235 (Seasonal Transition), originally broadcast on Friday, November 10, 2017, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

The transition from Autumn to Winter often comes quickly… and harshly.  But there’s also much beauty and wonder that accompanies this change.  This week we’ll explore music to help ease your transition to the white, wet season.

PLAYLIST:

  • Michael Trew – “Vassagonia” from Waiting In The Wings on Natural Cut Records
  • Charlie Cawood – “The Divine Abstract: Echolalia” from The Divine Abstract on Bad Elephant Music
  • Charlie Cawood – “The Divine Abstract: The Earth’s Answer” from The Divine Abstract on Bad Elephant Music
  • Charlie Cawood – “The Divine Abstract: Fearful Symmetry” from The Divine Abstract on Bad Elephant Music
  • Charlie Cawood – “The Divine Abstract: The Western Lands” from The Divine Abstract on Bad Elephant Music
  • The Moody Blues – “The Day Begins” from Days of Future Passed (Remastered 2017) on UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
  • Deep Limbic System – “Orison” from The Embryo on Independent
  • The Moody Blues – “Evening” from Days of Future Passed (Remastered 2017) on UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
  • Michael Trew – “In the Fields Where the Silence” from Waiting In The Wings on Natural Cut Records
  • Tiger Moth Tales – “Hygge” composed by Peter Jones from The Depths Of Winter on White Knight Records
  • D.F.A. – “Vietato Generalizzare” from 4th on Moonjune Records
  • Marbin – “Crystall Bells” from Marbin on Moonjune Records
  • Charlie Cawood – “Apotheosis” from The Divine Abstract on Bad Elephant Music
  • The Moody Blues – “The Night (including Nights in White Satin)” from Days of Future Passed (Remastered 2017) on UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)

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