This week’s Prog-Watch is another straight-up variety program, with lots of diverse, contemporary progressive rock for your listening enjoyment! Tune in to hear great stuff from Steven Wilson, Failover, Simon McKechnie, Lunatic Soul, Steve Hackett, Transatlantic, Mushroom, The Bedlam Furnaces, SomeWhereOut, Bridgend, The Prog Collective, and Null Terminator!
This week on Prog-Watch it’s another variety program full of ALL NEW material! I’ve got fantastic stuff from The Flower Kings, Pymlico, Wobbler, Taskaha, Isobar, Jakko M. Jakszyk, Sanguine Hum, Tony Lowe’s ESP Project, Cirkus, Watertank, and Steve Hackett! I hope you will join me!
744: ALL NEW Variety
This week on Prog-Watch I’m taking a look at the rich and diverse Musical World of Phil Collins! We’ll hear music from Genesis, Brand X, and his solo career, and some of the noteworthy and interesting guest appearances Phil made on records by other artists including some of his Genesis bandmates, Frida, Robert Plant, Howard Jones, and more! Great drumming and singing will abound!
721: The Musical World of Phil Collins
This week on Prog-Watch my special guest is Nick Magnus! Nick is perhaps best known as a long-time collaborator and bandmate of Steve Hackett, but has an interesting history and six solo albums to his name! Nick and I chat about everything from his early days with the Enid and Autumn, through the “Hackett Years”, and up to the present, with the release of his latest solo album Catharsis! Along the way I will of course be spinning lots of great Magnus music!
717: In Conversation with Nick Magnus
This week on Prog-Watch there’s more great new prog rock from How Far To Hitchin’, Klone, Steve Hackett and the Genesis Revisited Band and Orchestra, the Earthling Society, and Richard Henshall (of Haken)! Also, some classic music from Joe Walsh, and Port Noir on Progressive Discoveries with Dr. Rob Fisher!
642: Variety + Port Noir on Progressive Discoveries
PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #323 (Get Out and LIVE a Little)
Listening to music at home or with friends is certainly a relaxing pastime. But nothing compares to seeing artists at their best in a live setting.
There are plenty of great artists on tour who are coming to Seattle (and nearby areas) that we’ll explore this week. Grab your personal calendar, tune in, and book your musical entertainment for the rest of 2019.
Go on… get out and LIVE a little!
And remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are over 160 now!).
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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There’s been no shortage of great music released so far this year. So to keep you on top of all the great sounds out there, this week I am doing a 100% ALL NEW variety show! Every song will come from an album released in 2017. We’ll hear from Sky Architect, Big Big Train, Cosmograf, The Winter Tree, Steven Wilson, Anathema, The Samurai of Prog, Nad Sylvan, and Drifting Sun. Dr. Rob Fisher will also take us on another voyage of progressive discovery, with the latest album by Steve Hackett.
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And you don’t want to miss this week’s program, as it is a Best Of 2017 (So Far) special, in cooperation with the fine reviewers of The Progressive Aspect! We’ll have commentary from Rob Fisher, Bob Mulvey, Jez Rowden, Mel Allen, Shawn Dudley, Roger Trenwith, Leo Trimming, and John Wenlock-Smith! Music will come from a dozen of the best releases of 2017 (so far) by All Them Witches, Richard Barbieri, The Barock Project, The Bob Lazar Story, Tim Bowness, Gordon Giltrap and Paul Ward, Steve Hackett, Kepler Ten, Lonely Robot, The Mute Gods, Alan Reed and White Willow!
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This week’s program is a fun little special in which I shake the Family Tree of the band Genesis! See what shakes out!