PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #552 (“Ships Of The Desert’)

January 23, 2024

[ Image:  Mac4tu @ Deviant Art  ] THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #552 (“Ships of the Desert”) Mike thinks that 2024 is going to be another banner year for music. So he’s embarked on a journey of discovery… including a new band, a reloaded album, and a Golden Tracks Album Feature (+) he hinted at last week. PLAYLIST Everything […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #551 (“Tying Up Loose Ends’)

January 16, 2024

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #551 (“Tying Up Loose Ends”) It gets crazy for everybody in January, right? Well, Mike has found himself in need of tying up a few loose ends… kind of like our country. But cleaning up has never sounded so good! PLAYLIST Mouth – “Homagotago’s Peddle Boat Trip” from Out Of The […]

Prog-Watch 1039 – Night of the Living PROG 2

October 6, 2023

This week’s Prog-Watch is a fantasy concert I am calling Night of the Living PROG 2! All live tracks from a dream line up of artists, including ELP, Pink Floyd, Renaissance, Gentle Giant, Traffic, Utopia, Yes, Tears For Fears, Kansas, Jethro Tull, Rush, and Camel! https://feedpress.me/link/14857/16376686/Prog-Watch_1039_-_Night_of_the_Living_PROG_28a6xb.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS

Prog-Watch 1022 – Down by the Seaside

June 1, 2023

This week go Down by the Seaside with Prog-Watch! Hear great sea-themed tunes from Led Zeppelin, Camel, Subsignal, Crack the Sky, Anekdoten, Jethro Tull, John Wetton, The Strawbs, Men at Work, Steve Howe, The Who, Mike McGear, Squackett, and George Harrison! https://feedpress.me/link/14857/16153739/prog_watch_1022_down_by_the_seaside.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS

Prog-Watch 943 – Here There Be Monsters!

October 27, 2022

As a warm-up (or bone-chill) for Samhain or Halloween, this week’s Prog-Watch is all about monsters, both inhuman and human! With great music from David Bowie, Jethro Tull, Kyros, Camel, Blue Oyster Cult, Warren Zevon, Alice Cooper, Shineback, Ozzy Osbourne, Talking Heads, Greg Bissonette, Screaming Lord Sutch, The Edgar Winter Group, Dave Edmunds, and Bobby […]

The Podcast of This Week’s Prog-Watch is Available!

August 19, 2021

This week’s Prog-Watch is the first of an occasionally recurring series that will explore different sub-genres of progressive rock! This first installment looks at symphonic prog, and we’ll hear great music from Yes, Camel, Renaissance, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Anglagard, Echolyn, Kansas, Focus, and Genesis! 833: Explorations, Vol. 1  

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The Podcast of Prog-Watch 745 is Available at Progwatch.com

November 12, 2020

This week’s Prog-Watch is a variety program with a Guest DJ Feature, with lots of great stuff, new and old, for your listening pleasure! For my part I’ll be spinning fabulous new music from Glass Hammer, Silver Nightmares, Neptune, The Wood Demons, Sanguine Hum, Cirkus, and Yobrepus! I’ll also be mixing in selections from our […]

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The Podcast of Prog-Watch 740 is Available at Progwatch.com!

October 8, 2020

This week’s Prog-Watch is a variety program with a Guest DJ Feature! I’ll be spinning music from Kansas, O.A.K. (Oscillazioni Alchemico Kreative), Dyble-Longdon, The Hawkwind Light Orchestra, The Broken Bridges, and Tony Lowe’s ESP Project, and mixing in selections from our Guest DJ, Mr. Keith McCarthy of Newnham, England! Keith has selected some fabulous stuff […]

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The Podcast of Prog-Watch 734 is Available at Progwatch.com!

August 27, 2020

This week’s Prog-Watch is another edition of EPIX! Just six tunes will carry us through our time together and I’ll play one from each decade of our favorite genre (with a bonus from the 1970s)! Tune in to hear great music from Dire Straits, Southern Empire, Rush, Rocket Scientists, Marillion, and Camel! 734: Epix, Vol. […]

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PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #371 (The 2020 Experience)

July 7, 2020

Progressive Tracks Show #371 (The 2020 Experience) Well, these are certainly strange times… Some of us are getting out a bit more now, but who knows what the next few months may bring us? All that we’re experiencing this year… MAY be what this show is about. The Grand Astoria – “Welcome to the Club” […]