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THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #442 (“Gratitude For A Cryme”)

It’ll soon be Thanksgiving in the United States, and I’m grateful that Progressive Rock is still moving forward on its long journey of over 50 years.

This week we’ll explore some great new music, and feature a Golden Tracks album that may be responsible for Prog’s longevity.

PLAYLIST:
  • The Moody Blues – “Peak Hour” from Days of Future Passed on Deram (1968)
  • Brand X – “Smacks of Euphoric Hysteria from Unorthodox Behaviour on Virgin (1975)
  • Genesis – “The Return of the Giant Hogweed” from Nursery Cryme on Charisma (1971)
  • Shamblemaths – “Knucklecog” from Shamblemaths 2 on Apollon Records (2021)
  • Wippy Bonstack – “Multi Mystery Knot” from Dataland on Mogul Intermissions (2021)
  • Aaron Laughlin – “Lost Coast Part 1” from Lost Coast on Odyssey Studios (2021)
  • Aaron Laughlin – “Lost Coast Part 2” from Lost Coast on Odyssey Studios (2021)
  • Genesis – “The Musical Box” from Nursery Cryme on Charisma (1971)
  • Stone From The Sky – “The Annapurna Healer” from Songs From The Deepwater on Independent (2021)
  • In-Dreamview – “Passageways Pt. I” from Triptych on Independent (2021)
  • In-Dreamview – “Passageways Pt. II” from Triptych on Independent (2021)
  • In-Dreamview – “Passageways Pt. III” from Triptych on Independent (2021)
  • Shamblemaths – “Lat Kvar Jordisk Skapning Teia Parts 1-4” from Shamblemaths 2 on Apollon Records (2021)
  • Shamblemaths – “Lat Kvar Jordisk Skapning Teia Part 5” from Shamblemaths 2 on Apollon Records (2021)
  • Shamblemaths – “Lat Kvar Jordisk Skapning Teia Parts 6-8” from Shamblemaths 2 on Apollon Records (2021)
  • Shamblemaths – “Lat Kvar Jordisk Skapning Teia Part 9” from Shamblemaths 2 on Apollon Records (2021)
  • Stone From The Sky – “Nuances De Fuzz” from Songs From The Deepwater on Independent (2021)
  • Genesis – “The Fountain of Salmacis” from Nursery Cryme on Charisma (1971)
  • Genesis – “Harold The Barrel” from Nursery Cryme on Charisma (1971)

And remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: https://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are over 280 podcasts now!).

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This week’s Prog-Watch is a variety program with a Guest DJ Feature, which will have lots of great stuff—new and old—for your listening pleasure! For my part I’ll be spinning fabulous music from Yes, Big Big Train, Smalltape, Kristoffer Gildenlöw, Gentle Giant, and Texel! I’ll also be mixing in selections from our Guest DJ, Mr. Jean-Marc Bonard of Lausanne, Switzerland! Jean-Marc has selected some fantastic stuff from Airquake, Genesis, Peter Gabriel, Arena, The Who, Marillion, and Caroline Shaw! Come along for a fun ride!

838: Variety with a Guest DJ Feature

 

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

 


This week’s Prog-Watch has a “dream theme”! Every song will be about dreams or dreaming, with marvelous, melodious music provided by The Moody Blues, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Gary Wright, The Flower Kings, Supertramp, The Electric Light Orchestra, Yes, Asia, John Lennon, The Zombies, O.R.k., Esquire, Jethro Tull, Downes Braide Association, Genesis, King Crimson, and The Allman Brothers Band!

831: Sweet Dreams

 

This week’s Prog-Watch is a themed special called Home Sweet Home! With fabulous music by Peter Gabriel, Magenta, Blind Faith, Genesis, Jon & Vangelis, The Alan Parsons Project, Rod Argent & Colin Blunstone, Big Big Train, Boston, Paul & Linda McCartney, The Electric Light Orchestra, Jethro Tull, Kansas, Big Country, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, and Phil Collins!

828: Home Sweet Home

 

This week’s Prog-Watch is another edition of EPIX! Just a handful of lengthy tunes will carry us through our time together and I’ll spread the love across the decades of our favorite genre! Tune in to hear great music from Yes, Pattern-Seeking Animals, Moon Safari, Traffic, and Genesis!

816: Epix, Vol. 8

 

Spring hit the northern hemisphere last weekend so on this edition of Prog-Watch I’m celebrating the sun! I’ve got a slew of spectacular solar songs from the likes of The Beatles, Asia, Overhead, Panic Room, Genesis, The Anderson-Ponty Band, Utopia, Jethro Tull, ELO, Schicke Fuehrs & Froeling, The Kinks, Badfinger, Traffic, Anekdoten, Ranaissance, In Continuum, and The Strawbs!

http://progwatch.com/812/

 

This week’s Prog-Watch is a BIG themed special! Hear great BIG classics from Peter Gabriel, Ritual, Electric Light Orchestra, Matt Stevens, Yes, Spock’s Beard, Genesis, Damanek, Stackridge, Tears For Fears, Simon Collins, Tinyfish, Robert Plant, Fish, and Rush! All in 90 minutes!

807: Big Tony’s Big BIG Special

 

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #400 (The Big 4-0-0!)

Another milestone ProgTracks show… one that Mike never dreamed he’d reach.

But he did… and he’s playing epics, both classic and new, to celebrate!

[BTW, that’s a classic 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400, proving Mike is really old].

PLAYLIST:
  • The Pneumatic Transit – “Shipyard Dawn” from Nimoy on Independent (2021)
  • Pacifica – “The Mariner” from The Mariner – Single on Independent (2020)
  • Genesis – “Supper’s Ready” from Foxtrot on Charisma (1972)
  • Mark Wingfield – “Persian Snow Leopard” from Zoji on MoonJune Records (2021)
  • Yes – “Close to the Edge” from Close to the Edge on Atlantic (1972)

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 235 podcasts now!).

Most importantly, SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST below, so you’ll have it delivered to your fingertips weekly! ˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅

 

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #391 (The Art Rock Age)

Prog?  Progressive Rock?  Neither was a common descriptor in 1970.

But ‘Art Rock’ was.

Time marches on…and many albums turning 50 this year deserve some love before this tumultuous year ends.

So it’s all 1970 this week!

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 220 podcasts now!).

Most importantly, SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST below, so you’ll have it delivered to your fingertips weekly! ˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅