PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #566 (“Classic Art Rock Epics – KPTZ Fund Drive Show”)

May 7, 2024

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #566 (“Classic Art Rock Epics – KPTZ Fund Drive Show”) When Mike heard that KPTZ wanted him to do a special rock art show for their fund drive, he quickly chose this representative picture. Then he realized they meant ‘art rock’. The picture was nice, so he kept it… and now […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #563 (“ProgTracks Goes To Eleven”)

April 16, 2024

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #563 (“ProgTracks Goes To Eleven”) An anniversary at the ‘mother-station’ is always a reason to celebrate! And how exactly do we celebrate? With typically-atypical great music, of course! ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at:  https://progzilla.com/category/podcast/progressive-tracks/ (there are over 400 podcasts available now!). Contact Mike […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #542 (“LiveProgTracks”)

November 14, 2023

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #542 (“LiveProgTracks”) ​A periodic live music show does a soul good, says Mike.​ So do your soul some good and tune in! PLAYLIST King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – “Mars For The Rich” from Live at Red Rocks ’22 on Needlejuice Records (2023) [01:32] King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #534 (“Hold Your Tongue”)

September 18, 2023

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #534 (“Hold Your Tongue”) This week Mike gets back to hosting the Golden Tracks Album feature with an exceptional release from 1973, along with a bunch of other great newer music with which you may not be familiar. So it’ll be a typically atypical show. PLAYLIST: Mohini Dey – “Kick B’Ass” […]

Prog-Watch 1032 – Shaking the Family Tree of ELP

August 17, 2023

This week’s Prog-Watch is another band family tree exploration, and this time around the subject is the iconic ELP! Tune in to hear lots of great music from the extensive musical careers of Messrs. Emerson, Lake, and Palmer! https://feedpress.me/link/14857/16297091/prog_watch_1032_shaking_the_family_tree_of_elp.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #518 (“The Centenarian Effect”)

May 23, 2023

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #518 (“The Centenarian Effect”) Mike does a rather reflective show to mark the birth of his parents… 100 years ago! But, how on Earth did that happen without Mike aging? PLAYLIST: Happy Rhodes – “100 Years” from Many Worlds Are Born Tonight on Samson Music (1998) [01:56] Polychrome – “Cycle Of Life” from Equilibrium […]

The Lost Art with Steve & Lou 3rd April 2023 – Inc EMolecule interview

April 4, 2023

SPECIAL EDITION (PART 1) – This week, along with the usual heady mix of awesome Prog tuneage you’ve come to expect from The Lost Art, we have a track from the debut album from EMolecule, plus an interview with the guys (Simon Collins & Kelly Nordstrom). Welcome aboard – Steve & Lou xx This episode………………….. […]

Prog-Watch 1012 – Classic Instrumentals

March 23, 2023

Classic instrumentals are on tap this week! So get ready for a lot of great music (and just a few vocal-type sounds) from ELO, The Allman Brothers Band, The Alan Parsons Project, ELP, Traffic, Rush, The Edgar Winter Group, Genesis, Jethro Tull, Focus, Pink Floyd, and King Crimson! (Special thanks to my friend Steve Luttig […]

The Lost Art with Steve & Lou 20th Feb 2023 – Dream Theater Special

February 21, 2023

You may need your earplugs this week folks as Raucous Rita Returns with a whole middle section devoted to the mighty DREAM THEATER, definitely going up to 11 this week, but in addiiton we have some classic stuff and some new stuff, so why not join us for yet another three hour fun packed show. […]

The Lost Art with Steve & Lou 30th Jan 2023

January 31, 2023

Well, it’s that time of the week again guys, the weeks are literally FLYING past, so grab on while you can coz this week’s show brings you a wonderful mix of BRAND NEW stuff along with some of the classic Prog bands strutting their stuff in the middle hour with Proggy Priscilla…. Click away and […]