PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #241 (ProgMas 2017)
Progressive Tracks Show #241 (ProgMas 2017), originally broadcast on Friday, December 22, 2017, is now available to download or listen to anytime you desire.
PROGTRACKS NOTE: I’ve uploaded this podcast to your stocking a bit early because… hey, it’s Christmas! Besides, I figured you might need to sneak away from your Wham!-loving relatives, put on those new headphones that Santa brought you, and Prog On for a bit! ;o)
ProgMas is a time-honored tradition at The Progressive Tracks Show (this being the 7th edition), and… er, not-so-traditional tunes to mark the season in an alternative fashion.
The Progressive Tracks Show… don’t look too close, or you’ll poke your eye out!
- Leah (with Eric Peterson) – “Winter Sun” from Winter Sun – Single on Independent
- The Grip Weeds – “Christmas, Bring Us” from Christmas, Bring Us – Single on Ground Up Records
- Lights & Motion – “Snow” from Save Your Heart on Deep Elm
- Tiger Moth Tales – “Tears Of Frigga” composed by Peter Jones from The Depths Of Winter on White Knight Records
- Boston – “God Rest Ye Metal Gentlemen 2013” from God Rest Ye Metal Gentlemen 2013 – Single on Frontiers Records
- Aviva Omnibus – “Heavy March” from Nutcracker In Fury on Musea
- Mingo Lewis – “Frankincense” from Flight Never Ending on Columbia
- Fibonacci Sequence – “We Three Kings” from We Three Kings on Fibonacci Sequence
- La Leggenda New Trolls – “Christmas Rhapsody” from It’s Christmas Time (Various Artists) on Aereostella
- Peter Matuchniak – “Across The Pond” from Uncover Me on ProgRock Records
- Finnegan’s Wake – “King Wenceslas” from Yellow on Mellow Records
- Ryuichi Sakamoto – “Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence” from Original Motion Picture on Recorded Picture Company
- Gandalf’s-Fist – “Winter’s Mourning” from Single on Independent
- The Residents – “Seasoned Greetings” from Meet The Residents on Ralph
- Jethro Tull – “Christmas Song” from Living In The Past on Chrysalis
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