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THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #446 (“The Non-Conformist, Holiday-ish Show”)

The Holidays.

Great for some… Painful for others…

We’ll explore the spectrum of moods this week.

PLAYLIST:
  • Et Cetera – “Et la musique tourne” from Et Cetera on Unidisc Music Inc. (1976)
  • Trifecta – ”Lie 2 Me And Take My Money” from Fragments on Kscope (2021)
  • Canyyn – “Bring Me Down” from Canyyn on 2575790 Records DK (2021)
  • Stick Men – “Hajime (feat. Gary Husband)” on Owari on Stick Men Records (2020)
  • Dyble-Longdon – “Between A Breath And A Breath” from Between A Breath And A Breath on English Electric Records (2020)
  • The Monkees – “Can You Dig It” from Head on Rhine (1994)
  • The Monkees – “Poll” from Head on Rhine (1994)
  • Pinn Dropp – “Vortex” from …Calling From Some Far Forgotten Land on Pinn Dropp (20210
  • Diablo Swing Orchestra – “Les Invulnérables” from Swagger And Stroll Down The Rabbit Hole on Candlelight Records (2021)
  • Stick Men – “Lark’s Tongue in Aspic, Part II (feat. Gary Husband)” on Owari on Stick Men Records (2020)
  • Nik Bartsch’s Ronin – “Modul 8_9 ii” from Randori on Ronin Rhythm Records (2006)
  • Trifecta – ”Voyage of Discovery” from Fragments on Kscope (2021)
  • TUNER – “Better Take Your Head Off” from TOTEM on iapetus (2005)
  • Kvasir – “Authenticity & The Illusion Of Enough” from 4 on Kvasir (2021)
  • Harvey Mandel – “Wade In The Water” from Cristo Redentor on Purple Pyramid (1968)
  • Brainticket – “Brainticket, Parts 1 and 2” from Cottonwoodhill on Purple Pyramid (1971)
  • Diablo Swing Orchestra – “Celebremos Lo Inevitable” from Swagger And Stroll Down The Rabbit Hole on Candlelight Records (2021)
  • Jethro Tull – “A Christmas Song” from Living In The Past on Chrysalis (1972)

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As a warm-up (or bone-chill) for Samhain or Halloween, this week’s Prog-Watch is all about nightmares and the macabre! With songs concerning things spooky or supernatural from Alice Cooper, Atomic Rooster, King Crimson, Uriah Heep, Kansas, Rush, Anthony Phillips, Spock’s Beard, Pink Floyd, Steven Wilson, and Jethro Tull! Join me…if you dare!

843: Welcome to My Nightmare

 


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

 

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #416 (“It’s The Money, Fool…)

KPTZ 91.9 FM is now 10 years old!

Unfortunately, the expenses never end, so we’re in the middle of raising funds… and I’m not much for begging.

But I have a solution to reconcile those thing:  I’ll be in charge of celebrating… and the TUNES will gently remind you about the money.  ????

PLAYLIST:
  • Jytee Pilloni & Blue Sun – “Come On Children” from It’s All Money Johnny on Karma Music (1976)
  • Pink Floyd – “Money” from The Dark Side of the Moon (2011 Remaster) on EMI (1973)
  • BigElf – “Money Machine” from Money Machine on Record Heaven Music (2000)
  • Chicago – “I Don’t Want Your Money” from Chicago III on Chicago Records (1971)
  • The Brecker Brothers – “Don’t Get Funny  With My Money” from Détente  on Arista (1980)
  • Ian Anderson’s Jethro Tull – “Give Till It Hurts” from TAAB 2 (Thick As A Brick 2) on Chrysalis (2012)
  • The Flower Kings – “Slave to Money” from Space Revolver on InsideOut Music (2000)
  • U.K. – “Danger Money” from Danger Money on EG (1979)
  • Hanford Flyover – “Money in the Kettle” from Hanford Tape Sessions on Independent (2021)
  • Mogwai– “Fuck Off Money” from As The Love Continues on Huck Action Records (2021)
  • Barry Cleveland – “Money Speaks” from Hologramatron on MoonJune Records (2010)
  • W.T.D. Ceremonial – “Blood Money” from W.T.D. Ceremonial on Independent (2020)
  • Lye By Mistake – “Money Eating Mary” from Fea Jur on Black Market Activities (2009)

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Go stargazing with Prog-Watch this week, with our theme of stars and constellations! Tune in to hear lots of stellar sounds from The Alan Parsons Project, Jethro Tull, King’s X, Robert Fripp, IQ, Redshift, Mike Oldfield, FM, Steve Hackett, Pallas, Guy Manning, Hawkwind, Billy Sherwood, Enya, and Jon Anderson!

819: Stargazing

 

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!

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THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #395 (ProgMas?  No, More Like a ProgMESS 2020)

It’s another ProgMas show!

However, as we’re in the middle of a pandemic, this is more of a ProgMESS in 2020.  It’s almost like the strange times have caught up with the strange music…

Join in to celebrate the season in typically atypical Progressive Tracks style.

Feel free to contact me any time via email:  ProgTracks@KPTZ.org

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