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: (there are over 400 podcasts available now!). Contact Mike […]


January 26, 2021

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 […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #372 (The Prog Continues…)

July 14, 2020

Progressive Tracks Show #372 (The Prog Continues…) This week we’ll explore some (mostly) new music with which you may not be familiar. Discovery:  It’s what we do here at The Progressive Tracks Show! Bruford Levin Upper Extremities – “Cracking The Midnight Glass” from Bruford Levin Upper Extremities on Papa Bear Records (1998) SONAR with David […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #353 (A Space… Something)

February 25, 2020

The Progressive Tracks Show #353 (A Space…Something) What do you do when you have a lot of space-related music waiting to be played? You put it all in a show and pretend it tells a story. Well…it might, y’know.  PLAYLIST: Hibernal – “The Emptiness” from Beyond on Independent (2020) Aton Five – “A Chain Of […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #341 (Bringin’ The Music!)

December 3, 2019

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #341 (Bringin’ The Music!) We’ll make more musical discoveries this week… mostly of new music, but also a couple of ‘refreshed’ tunes to enjoy. As always, not the usual radio fare. But that’s exactly why you tune in, right? PLAYLIST: Liquido Di Morte – “Uomo Fa Chibo” from IIII on Diluted […]


July 16, 2019

Mainstream music listeners consider classic progressive rock ‘diving deep’. But if you’re a Prog aficionado, you long for more than that.  Much lies beneath the surface, if you just dive in a bit deeper. But isn’t that what you count on The Progressive Tracks Show for… to do the deep diving for you?  Why, right […]