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Progressive Tracks Show #250 (The “Zed” Show), originally broadcast on Friday, February 23 2018, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

DJ’ing from two different countries creates some unexpected and special situations… like getting laughed at for how you speak, and even how you pronounce words (and letters!).     ;o)

I really don’t mind; I try to embrace the differences… and this show is just an example.

PLAYLIST:

  • Vespero and Angel Ontalva – “Carta Marina” from Carta Marina – Single on Independent
  • Os Mutantes – “A” e o “Z”” from “A” e o “Z” on Philips
  • Zakarrias – “The Unknown Years” from Zakarrias on Decca
  • Zior – “New Land” from Zior on Akarma
  • Zombi – “Digitalis” from Surface to Air on Relapse Records
  • Zero Times Everything – “Events in a Field” from Sonic Cinema on 7d Media
  • Zhongyu – “Half Remembered Drowning Dream” from Zhongyu on MoonJune Records
  • Zubatto Syndicate – “Mechas Over Manhattan (Z1)” from Zubatto Syndicate on Boscology
  • Zzebra – – “Trees” from Panic on Angel Air Records
  • Zhaoze – – “See You In The Dusk” from Intoxicatingly Lost on Trail Records
  • Zaedyus – “Arriving To Eagle’s Stone” from Stories From The End Of The World” on Independent
  • Super Z Attack Team – “The Worm Jets (Live)” from The Worm Jets -Single 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 #237 (The Unvarnished Thanksgiving), originally broadcast on Friday, November 24, 2017, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.

var·nish /ˈvärniSH/

verb   disguise or gloss over (a fact).  

This week we Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, a truly wonderful holiday spent with family and friends.  But how today’s Americans view the underpinnings of this day (the relationship between European-American settlers and Native Americans) has been highly ‘varnished’ over time.

This week’s Progressive Tracks Show pays musical tribute to the Native Americans, while examining the reality of their plight.

PLAYLIST:

  • The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra – “The Theme From The Big Valley” from 100 Greatest Western Themes on Silva Screen Records
  • The Fierce and The Dead – “Chief” from Spooky Action on Bad Elephant Music
  • Barclay James Harvest – “Medicine Man” from Baby James Harvest (Bonus Tracks Edition) on Cherry Red Records
  • Kevin Gilbert – “Indian Burn” from Kaviar: The Kaviar Sessions on The Estate of Kevin Gilbert
  • Kansas – “Cheyenne Anthem” from Leftoverture on CBS
  • John Arch – “Cheyenne” from Twist of Fate EP on Metal Blade Records
  • Solstice – “Cheyenne” from Silent Dance – The Definitive Edition on Cherry Red Records
  • Elton John – “Indian Sunset” from Madmen Across The Water on UNI
  • Iluvatar – “Indian Rain” from  A Story Two Days Wide on Kinesis
  • Zombi – “Spirit Warrior” from Spirit Animal on Relapse Records
  • Primus – “Wounded Knee” from Pork Soda on Interscope Records

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

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If you missed last weekend’s 101 Dimensions, you can still listen HERE

The program features another 2+ hours of great electronic/ambient music spanning five decades! I definitely dug up some different stuff this time! Here’s what’s on tap:

1. Zombi – Escape Velocity; Slow Oscillations; and Shrunken Heads (from the album Escape Velocity, 2011)
2. Richard Barbieri – Interstellar Medium (from the album Planets + Persona, 2017)
3. Quasar – UFO (A. UFO; B. Flying; C. Fire In The Sky; and D. Moon) (from the album Fire In The Sky, 1981)
4. Zero Times Everything – And Now This (from the album Sonic Cinema, 2017)
5. Harmonia – Watussi; Sehr Kosmisch; Sonnenschein; and Dino (from the album Musik Von Harmonia, 1974)
6. Zero Times Everything – Events In A Field (from the album Sonic Cinema, 2017)
7. The Enid – Dark Hydraulic; and Ultraviolet Cat (from the album Sundialer, 1995)
8. Richard Barbieri – Unholy (from the album Planets + Persona, 2017)
9. Wendy Carlos – Spring (from the album Sonic Seasonings, 1972)

I hope you enjoy! Prog On!

Tony