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This week on Prog-Watch it’s another variety program full of fabulous, contemporary progressive rock! I’ve got great stuff from Steven Wilson, Transatlantic, Asia Minor, District 97, Sonus Umbra, The Bedlam Furnaces, Kyros, Lifesigns, and 35 Tapes!

811: Variety

 

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!

809: Variety

 

 

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #403 (What’s in a Number, Anyway?)

Mike’s not keeping track of anything this week… just playing great music.  Some new, some classic… including an overdue tribute to an amazing rhythm section who left us in 2020.

PLAYLIST:

  • The Crown – “Surfing the RF” from Surfing the RF – Single on Independent (2021)
  • Free Human Zoo – “Corps Légers” from Aïki Do RéMy on Ex-tension (2013)
  • BLIXT (Bill Laswell, Raoul Bjorkenheim, Morgan Agren) – “Black Whole” from BLIXT on Cuneiform Records (2011)
  • Archaïa – “Sur Les Traces Du Vieux Roy” from Archaïa on Soleil Zeuhl (1977)
  • Liquid Tension Experiment – “Passage of Time” from LTE3 on InsideOut (2021)
  • Cynic – “Textures” from Focus on Roadrunner Records (1993)
  • Gordian Knot – “Arsis” from Emergent on Sensory (2003)
  • Gordian Knot – “Mutterspache” from Emergent on Sensory (2003)
  • OSI – “ShutDOWN” from Office of Strategic Influence on InsideOut Music (2003)
  • Steven Wilson – “Count of Unease” from The Future Bites on Caroline (2021)
  • Resistor – “Blackout” from Underground on MRR (2017)
  • Area – “Consapevolezza (Awareness)” from Arbeit Macht Frei on Kramps (1973)
  • Cardiacs – “A Little Man And A House” from A Little Man And A House And The Whole World Window on The Alphabet Business Concern (1988)
  • Psychoyogi – “Tender Loving Way” from Dangerous Devices on Psychoyogi (2020)
  • Ray Russell – “Six In-Six Out” from Fluid Architecture on Cuneiform Records (2021)

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I hope you will join me on Prog-Watch this week when I will be exploring some of the vast Musical World of Steven Wilson! We’ll hear great music from Porcupine Tree and his solo career, of course, as well as No-Man, Blackfield, and Storm Corrosion! (Plus, I’ll have a few surprises!)

 

805: The Musical World of Steven Wilson

 

Progressive Tracks Show #364 (Plague!)

Yes, yes… I know we’re not experiencing The Plague.  But our society is facing ‘a plague’ in many respects.
Anyway, I thought it was time to explore this subject through music…and it’s not a surprise that there’s plenty from which to choose.

  • Steven Wilson – “The Year of the Plague” from 4-1/2 on Kscope (2016 )
  • Cryptic Ruse – “Spores of the Concrete Plague” from Unfertile on Independent (2020)
  • Doctor Nerve – “Plague” from Skin on Cuneiform Records (1995)
  • Talamasca – “Reality Plague” from Rights of Passage on Mellow Records (1991)
  • Dustman Dilemma – “Breathless” from First Trip to the Roaring Plains on Baboon Fish (2013)
  • Bader Nana – “The Plague” from Wormwood on Bn Studio (2011)
  • Van Der Graaf Generator – “A Plague of Lighthouse Keepers” from Pawn Hearts on EMI (1971)
  • Thinking Plague – “Les Etudes D’Organism“ from In Extremis on Cuneiform Records (1998)
  • Nash The Slash – “Fever Dream (Marsden Version)” from Beside Companion on Artoffact Records (1978)
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra – “Eternity’s Breath, Parts 1 and 2” on Visions of the Emerald Beyond on Columbia (1975)

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

And remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are over 200 podcasts now!).

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