Prog-Watch 948 – Explorations, Vol. 4 – Eclectic Prog

December 1, 2022

This week’s Prog-Watch is another edition of our Explorations series, this one looking at Eclectic Prog! In this program we’ll explore the Eclectic sub-genre through great music from King Crimson, SBB, Steve Hackett, Beardfish, Gentle Giant, A.C.T, The Tangent, Van der Graaf Generator, Utopia, Birds and Buildings, and Motorpsycho! Play in new window | […]

Prog-Watch 946 – Classix, Vol. 4

November 17, 2022

This week on Prog-Watch I’m digging through the vaults and doing an entire show of classics from the halcyon days of the 1970s! With music from Armageddon, Happy the Man, Led Zeppelin, Crack the Sky, King Crimson, Van Der Graaf Generator, Deep Purple, Frank Zappa, The Alan Parsons Project, Gentle Giant, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #447 (“Banging Headlong Into 2020 Too”)

December 28, 2021

  THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #447 (“Banging Headlong Into 2020 Too”) The last show of 2021 should reflect the year’s many achievements, as well as hope for the new year ahead. Yeah, right… At least this show’s gonna rock! PLAYLIST: Upwell – “The Unknown” from The Unknown – Single on Upwell (2021) Maragda – “The […]

PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #394 (The Style Remains The Same)

December 15, 2020

THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #394 (The Style Remains The Same) This week’s pretty simple:  New and Classic… Classics, spanning 50 years. Arabs in Aspic – “Madness and Magic” from Madness and Madness on Karisma Records (2020) Amon Düül II – “The Return of Ruebezahl” from Yeti on Liberty (1970) Amon Düül II – “Eye Shaking […]


May 19, 2020

Progressive Tracks Show #364 (Plague!) Yes, yes… I know we’re not experiencing The Plague.  But our society is facing ‘a plague’ in many respects. Anyway, I thought it was time to explore this subject through music…and it’s not a surprise that there’s plenty from which to choose. Steven Wilson – “The Year of the Plague” from […]


January 14, 2020

 THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #347 (In Your Face…) There IS harmony to be found in the dissonance…especially if it’s in your face (whether new or classic). And while that may not be what you always listen to, shows like this provide an opportunity to stretch your progressive ‘aural muscles’. So join me… and get to […]