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« Reply #135 on: October 02, 2011, 07:43:48 am »
"Night of the Living New"

Ringing in our favorite month of the year with new music from:
- Steven Wilson "Grace for Drowning"
- Tony Levin, David Torn, Alan White "Levin Torn White"
- Opeth "Heritage"
- Matt Stevens "Relic"
- Airbag "All Rights Removed"
- Steve Hackett "Beyond the Shrouded Horizon"
- Catscans "Catscans (EP)"
- Hostsonaten "Summereve"

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Adrian Belew Power Trio - Dinosaur [Live] (4:59)
Stick Men - Smudge (5:16)
Steven Wilson - Belle De Jour (2:59)
Steven Wilson - Deform to Form a Star (7:50)
Steven Wilson - No Part of Me (5:44)
Steven Wilson - Postcard (4:28)
Happy The Man - Carousel (4:08)
Trentemoller - Miss You (4:07)
Opeth - Pyre (5:31)
Opeth - Face in the Snow (4:03)
Steve Hackett - Four Winds: North (1:34)
Steve Hackett - Four Winds: South (2:06)
Steve Hackett - Four Winds: East (3:34)
Steve Hackett - Four Winds: West (3:04)
Airbag - All Rights Removed (8:58)
Airbag - Safe Like You (7:55)
Tony Levin, David Torn, Alan White - Ultra Mullet (4:41)
Tony Levin, David Torn, Alan White - Monkey Mind (4:27)
Marillion - Go! (6:11)
Porcupine Tree - I Drive the Hearse (6:43)
Matt Stevens - Nightbus (3:53)
Matt Stevens - Sand (Part 2) (5:11)
Moonbound - Confession and Release (5:15)
Moonbound - While We Sleep (3:56)
Hostsonaten - Season's Overture (10:51)
Catscans - Untergang (7:30)
Tears For Fears - The Working Hour (6:31)
Adrian Belew - Matte Kudasai (2:18)
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« Reply #136 on: October 17, 2011, 05:51:26 pm »
October 15, 2011

In Review: Two of a Perfect Trio

Vince and Daisy discuss their experience seeing the Adrian Belew Power Trio and Tony Levin's Stick Men in concert, and deliver a three-hour "Crimson Connection" featuring music from Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto, Julie Slick, Markus Retuer, and Michael Bernier. The tour will continue through October 29. Check www.vincefont.com to get a full listing of all concert dates and venues for this once in a lifetime experience.

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Adrian Belew - Ampersand (4:23)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt1 (2:55)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt2 (4:11)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt3 (3:12)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt4 (3:03)
Julie Slick - Choke (1:57)
Julie Slick - Many Laughs (3:02)
Julie Slick - Mora (3:27)
Adrian Belew - Of Bow And Drum (4:34)
Michael Clay & Adrian Belew - Frame by Frame (4:29)
Tony Levin - Slow Glide (4:01)
Centrozoon - Carpet Demon (3:59)
Centrozoon - Pop Killer (3:44)
Markus Reuter featuring Sha - 0099 (13:17)
Adrian Belew - Fly (4:45)
Adrian Belew - People (3:46)
Mr.Mister - Broken Wings (5:46)
Mr. Mister - Learning To Crawl (5:47)
Pat Mastelotto - Hybrid Remix of ’Salvaging’ by Steven Wilson (5:02)
Pat Mastelotto - Optikus by KTU [Live] (4:53)
Pat Mastelotto - Alpha & Omega by Tovah (3:43)
Pat Mastelotto - Dervish and Angst Part One (with Ian Boddy and Markus Reuter) (3:23)
California Guitar Trio (plus Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto) - Heart Of The Sunrise [Live] (7:11)
California Guitar Trio - Echoes (12:27)
Tony Levin, David Torn, Alan White - Brain Tattoo (3:14)
Michael Bernier - Circus Elephant (5:12)
Carl Bahner and Julie Slick - Why Is That Man Wearing Nothing but Knickerbockers and a Jetpack? (3:44)
Moonbound - Our Day Will Come (4:22)
Moonbound - Flash Through Your Brain (3:33)
Adrian Belew - Heartbeat (4:00)
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« Reply #137 on: November 15, 2011, 10:36:03 am »
On the latest episode of Progopolis, Vince interviews singer/songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist Fabio Trentini about the new Moonbound album "Peak of Eternal Light." Also, new music from Ozric Tentacles, Lake Cisco, Michael Bernier, Trentemoller, and a live call-in from Shawn "The Bishie" Bishop of Behind the Lines fame. Guess
it's not such a big mystery anymore!

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Ozric Tentacles - Lemon Kush (6:17)
Bruford - Joe Frazier (4:45)
Lake Cisco - Cliffhanger (7:22)
Genesis - Get 'Em Out By Friday (8:35)
Jaga Jazzist - 220 V / Spektral (7:03)
Peter Hammill - Child (4:25)
Michael Bernier - Morning (5:14)
Trentemoller - Sycamore Feeling (6:03)
Neil Young - Don't Let it Bring You Down (2:57)

Fabio Trentini Interview (54:33)
Featured songs:
Moonbound - Our Day Will Come
Moonbound - Peak of Eternal Light
Moonbound - Hold Me
Moonbound - Heatwave
Moonbound - Here in Wonderland
Moonbound - Confession and Release
Le Orme - Il Romanzo di Alessandro
Guano Apes - You Can't Stop Me
Moonbound - While We Sleep

Kiss - Tears are Falling (3:54)
Marillion - Don't Hurt Yourself (5:48)
Marillion - The Invisible Man (13:37) REQUEST
Porcupine Tree - A Smart Kid (5:21)
Porcupine Tree - Tinto Brass (6:18)
Steven Wilson - Salvaging (8:17) REQUEST
Ghost - Hazy Paradise (4:52)
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« Reply #138 on: December 04, 2011, 09:47:26 am »
In response to Rolling Stone's recent 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time list, which criminally ignored some of the most important guitarists in recent memory and added insult to injury by listing many that don't even deserve mention, we decided to come up with our own. The latest episode of Progopolis represents part 1 of a 3-part series counting down the individuals who we consider to be the 50 most underappreciated, underrated, and generally overlooked guitarists in rock and prog history. Some of our choices may cause you to scratch your chin, others to pump your fists in agreement. Hopefully, our decision to force you to listen to the podcast to discover our choices won't tick you off too much. Besides, spoilers suck! This episode of Progopolis also features the world premiere of a track from the forthcoming album by GRICE, as well as a brand new track from Kate Bush's recently released 50 Words For Snow.

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« Reply #139 on: December 11, 2011, 07:30:24 am »
The 50 Most Underappreciated Guitarists of All Time, Part 2

On the latest episode of Progopolis, we continue the countdown for our selection of the 50 most underappreciated, underrated, and generally overlooked guitarists in the world and deliver a spiteful "Take THAT, Rolling Stone!" to the creators of the top 100 list that inspired the theme. If you're dying to find out who our top 10 choices will be, make sure to tune in live on Saturday, December 17, where we'll perform the last great reveal and quite possibly deliver a shock to your senses so severe that it'll take you weeks to recover. You've been warned! This week's episode also features music from the exciting debut release by Hess & Franzen.

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« Reply #140 on: December 18, 2011, 07:00:56 pm »
The 50 Most Underappreciated Guitarists of All Time, Part 3

Spurred by the criminal negligence displayed in Rolling Stone magazine's 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time list, we decided to take matters into our own hands and make things right. The latest episode of Progopolis serves as the final chapter of a 3-part series counting down the people who we consider to be the most underappreciated, overlooked and ignored guitarists of all time. Who made it into our top 10? Who will be our number 1 choice? You'll have to listen to the podcast to find out, but the good news is there's plenty of great music to absorb as you work your way toward the ultimate revelation. This episode of Progopolis also features our traditional Holiday broadcast of the Progopolis-exclusive track “Jingle Bell Prog” featuring Bobby Helms, Steven Wilson, Adrian Belew, Fish, and Shawn Bishop. We hope you agree with our selections! If not, drop us a line and let us know and we'll include your suggestions on a future episode tentatively titled “Axe Gods: Oversights and Omissions.”

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« Reply #141 on: December 27, 2011, 11:18:17 am »
At long last, our top 50 choices for the most underappreciated guitarists of all time is revealed. Remember, none of the musicians listed below were included in Rolling Stone's recent "100 Greatest Guitarists  of All Time" list -- which was the very impetus behind us creating our own list. Let us know what you think! We'll include your feedback in an upcoming episode of Progopolis tentatively titled "Axe Gods: Oversights and Omissions." The list below is divided up across the last 3 episodes of Progopolis, each of which can still be downloaded or streamed at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

#50 – Roine Stolt
#49 – Paul Bremner (IZZ)
#48 – Alan Sparhawk (Low)
#47 – Ed Wynne (Ozric Tentacles)
#46 – Bernie Leadon (Eagles)
#45 – Don Felder (Eagles)
#44 – Ian Chrichton (Saga)
#43 – John Wesley
#42 – Gary Clark
#41 – Suzanne Vega
#40 – Doug Ott (Enchant)
#39 – Piotr Grudzinski (Riverside)
#38 – John Mitchell (Frost*)
#37 – George Thorogood
#36 – Justin Hayward
#35 – Michael Hedges
#34 – Mike Oldfield
#33 – David Torn
#32 – Neal Schon
#31 – Phil Manzanera
#30 – Michael Bernier
#29 – John Petrucci
#28 – Terje Rypdal
#27 – Steve Hillage
#26 – Tommy Shaw
#25 – Stanley Whitaker (Happy the Man)
#24 – Peter Hammill
#23 – Martin Barre
#22 – Syd Barrett
#21 – James Calvin Wilsey (Chris Isaak band)
#20 – Kerry Livgren
#19 – Trey Gunn
#18 – Chris DeGarmo
#17 – Mike Rutherford
#16 – Marty Willson-Piper (The Church)
#15 – Dave Gregory
#14 – Markus Reuter
#13 – The California Guitar Trio (group award)
#12 – Anthony Phillips
#11 – Mike Holmes (iQ)
#10 – Allan Holdsworth
#9 – Peter Banks
#8 – Steve Howe
#7 – Pat Metheny
#6 – Steven Wilson
#5 – Andy Latimer
#4 – Adrian Belew
#3 – Steve Rothery
#2 – Steve Hackett
#1 – Eric Johnson

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« Reply #142 on: January 29, 2012, 10:31:33 am »
January 28, 2012

The Top 20 Albums of 2011

Would you believe it? 2011 was another great year for music, making it even harder for us to narrow down our list of choices for the 20 best albums. Being natural born "list makers" didn't make it any easier, apparently. Although we'd known for quite some time that "Peak of Eternal Light" by Moonbound was probably going to be our number one choice, some last-minute discoveries and fabulous late December releases forced us to make some painful decisions – like pushing Van Der Graaf Generator, Trey Gunn, Opeth, and John Wetton out of contention. We're kidding about the Wetton. But not about the rest. We hope you'll agree with the majority of our choices, although we know there's not a snowball's chance in hell that anyone will agree with them all. Thanks to all of the wonderful artists who helped make 2011 an unforgettable year.

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#20: Tony Levin, David Torn, Alan White - Levin Torn White

#19: Tom Waits - Bad As Me

#18: The Fierce and The Dead - If it Carries On Like This We are Moving to Morecambe

#17: Steve Hackett - Beyond the Shrouded Horizon

#16: Hostsonaten - Summereve

#15: Matt Stevens - Relic

#14: Hess & Franzen - Closed Locked Sealed

#13: Le Orme - La Via Della Seta

#12: Stick Men - Absalom

#11: Twilight Singers - Dynamite Steps

#10: Sanhedrin - Ever After

#9: Zombi - Escape Velocity

#8: Wobbler - Rites at Dawn

#7: Steven Wilson - Grace for Drowning

#6: The End of the Ocean - Pacific/Atlantic

#5: Markus Reuter with Tim Motzer - Star's End

#4: Michael Bernier - Leviathan

#3: GRICE - Propeller

#2: Christopher Petkus - A Pale Young Woman Appears in the Window

#1: Moonbound - Peak of Eternal Light
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« Reply #143 on: February 26, 2012, 09:32:23 am »
Vince and Daisy proudly present the world premiere of the new EP "Screaming Into the Void" by prog metal band American Hollow. Visit www.americanhollowband.com to learn more.

Also in this episode...

- Tunes from the Busan music scene featuring Poko Lambro and Damn Sight.
- New music from Norwegian band Funin.
- Italian singer/songwriter Marco Machera.
- German electronic soundscape artist Matzumi.
- Details on the Trey Gunn/Markus Reuter seminar Music and the Tapping Technique.

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« Reply #144 on: May 20, 2012, 07:17:12 am »
On this month's episode of Progopolis, we pay tribute to some of the influential musicians that have passed away in the last few months. But rest assured, it's not all gloom and doom and sadness and despair. There are also plenty of rockin' tunes and wacky banter throughout, including Vince's embarrassing high school story about getting caught red-handed trying to read a love interest's diary. For those juicy details, fast-foward to the 130:50 mark!

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The Afghan Whigs - Debonair (4:14)
Squarepusher - 303 Scopem Hard (4:56)
Donna Summer - MacArthur Park (7:39)
Men At Work - Down Under (3:45)
Gary Moore - Still Got the Blues (6:10)
Beastie Boys - Paul Revere (3:40)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Lament (9:19)
Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond (25:29)
Camel - Song Within A Song (7:14)
Dimitris Kyriakidis - Air Hunt (6:37)
Peter Gabriel - Of These, Hope - Reprise (2:44)
Porcupine Tree - Lazarus (4:18)
Cutting Crew - (I Just) Died In Your Arms (4:37)
Fish - Faithhealer (5:00)
American Hollow - Say, Is It Really True? (7:37)
Hess & Franzen - China Inox (3:51)
GRICE - Patiently (6:32)
Moonbound - Flash Through Your Brain (3:33)
Moonbound - Confession and Release (5:15)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Bunk Floyd (4:09)
Michael Bernier - Circus Elephant (5:12)
Danny Wilson - Five Friendly Aliens (4:59)
Tears For Fears - Sea Song (3:51)
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« Reply #145 on: June 24, 2012, 07:22:51 am »
Did you ever fancy yourself becoming a Marillion fan but you just didn't know where to start? There's hope! You can become an educated Marillion fan in less than 4 hours by simply listening to this episode of Progopolis, which features some of the best Marillion songs of the post-Fish era. We've also mixed it up with plenty of alternate recordings and live versions to satisfy your aural palate. Download this episode in MP3 format now or listen in streaming audio at www.thedividingline.com/p.

A Beginner's Guide to Marillion (The H Era: 1989-Present)

The Invisible Man (13:37)
Hooks In You (Meaty Mix) (3:53)
Splintering Heart (Live) (6:41)
Enlightened (4:59)
Genie (4:54)
Holloway Girl (4:30)
The Answering Machine (3:48)
A Legacy (6:16)
Fake Plastic Trees (Live) (5:09)
Hotel Hobbies (Live) (3:22)
Warm Wet Circles (Live) (4:05)
That Time of the Night (the Short Straw) (Live) (6:03)
Living With The Big Lie (6:46)
Runaway (4:40)
No Such Thing (3:58)
Kayleigh (Live) (3:54)
Lavender (Live) (2:33)
Heart of Lothian (Live) (2:50)
This Town/The Epic (Demo) (7:19)
The Space (Unplugged) (4:50)
Quartz (9:06)
Go! (6:11)
Interior Lulu (15:14)
Berlin (7:48)
Don't Hurt Yourself (5:48)
Script for a Jester's Tear (Live) (10:00)
This Strange Engine (16:24)
Afraid Of Sunlight (6:49)
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« Reply #146 on: July 29, 2012, 07:41:11 am »
It's the return of The Crimson Connection!

Alternately titled (Don't Call it) The Crimson Connection or The Fripp-Free Zone, this episode of Progopolis sees the return of one of the most popular and sorely missed show features. Originally a platform for the promotion of KC and KC-related material, it's now taken on a decidedly unique twist, focusing only on the side and solo projects of former Crimsonites. The raging success of recent Belew/Levin/Mastelotto-led tours has also encouraged us to loosen the qualifications for being considered a bona fide "connection"... and you'll see that in the welcome inclusion of music by Michael Bernier (formerly of Stick Men) and Julie Slick (of the Belew Power Trio). This episode also features a brand new show intro as written and recorded by Michael Bernier himself. We dig it. Won't you?
 
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Michael Bernier - Progopolis (1:35)
Marillion - Power (6:05)
Porcupine Tree - The Blind House (5:47)
UHF Soundtrack - Spatula City Commercial (1:07)
The Moody Blues - Question (Live) 1968 (4:51)
iQ - Nostalgia (2:22)
iQ - Falling Apart at the Seams (7:47)
GRICE - Patiently (6:32)
Lee Fletcher - Faith in Worthless Things (Trailer) (3:07)
Moonbound - Heatwave (4:24)
 
The Crimson Connection
Michael Bernier - Achille's Heal (4:31)
Michael Bernier - Beating the King's Dead Horse (3:55)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt1 (2:55)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt2 (4:11)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt3 (3:12)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt4 (3:03)
Adrian Belew - Ampersand (4:23)
Julie Slick - Nothing to Be Done (4:42)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - From The Beginning (4:17)
Mr. Mister - Waiting in My Dreams (4:54)
blld (05ric & Markus Reuter) - OHM (4:40)
David Cross - Tonk (featuring Peter Hammill) (3:44)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Inner Garden (5:34)
Adrian Belew - Fly (4:45)
 
J. Barry & J. DuBois - The Jeffersons (Movin' On Up) (1:10)
Gentle Giant - Free Hand (6:15)
Yes - Then (5:46)
Marillion - Incubus (8:30)
Edison's Children - Spiraling (5:01)
Fractal - Giving Tree (5:00)
Seona Dancing (featuring Ricky Gervais) - Bitter Heart (3:59)
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« Reply #147 on: August 26, 2012, 07:28:58 am »
August 25, 2012

Godspeed, Neil Armstrong

Spinning a slew of moon-related tunes to mark the passing of one of human history's most famous figures, Neil Armstrong. We've also got FOUR exciting world premieres! First up, we proudly present the second (and most Zappalicious) of three new Progopolis intros written and recorded by stickist extraordinaire Michael Bernier. Then, it's time to unveil a handful of tracks from Lee Fletcher's "Faith in Worthless Things" featuring Markus Reuter of Centrozoon, Stick Men and Crimson ProjeKCt fame (read Vince's review at www.vincefont.com). After that, we've got a killer 19-minute epic from the forthcoming solo album by John Galgano of IZZ, which was produced by The Dividing Line's very own Shawn Bishop. Finally, it's the premiere of the new album by Hess & Franzen, a couple of really cool young dudes with an incredibly bright future.

Moonbound - Peak of Eternal Light (3:25)
Michael Bernier - Progopolis Intro (Zappalicious) (1:49)
Adrian Belew - The Man In The Moon (3:51)
[Deodato - Moonlight Serenade]
Camel - Lunar Sea (Live) (9:51)
Crack The Sky - Nuclear Apathy (8:32) REQUEST
Matt Stevens - Moondial (4:09)
Air - Sonic Armada (5:04)
[Dane Emerson - Moonlight Cancing]
Pink Floyd - Us and Them (7:49)
Pink Floyd - Any Colour You Like (3:25)
Pink Floyd - Brain Damage (3:50)
Pink Floyd - Eclipse (2:01)
[David Byrne & Brian Eno - Moonlight In Glory]
Lee Fletcher - A Life On Loan (5:06)
Lee Fletcher - The Answer (3:05)
Lee Fletcher - Miracles On Trees (4:30)
Lee Fletcher - Until The Playtime Whistle Sounds (1:14)
Lee Fletcher - Life's A Long Time Short (4:21)
[Glenn Miller - Moonlight Serenade]
John Galgano - Look Around (3:56)
John Galgano - 1000 (19:11)
[Enigma - Almost Full Moon]
Hess & Franzen - China Inox (3:51)
Hess & Franzen - The Cat Is Out Of The Bag (2:48)
[Visit Venus - First Man on the Moog]
Ghost Machines - Walking On The Moon (4:42)
Moonbound - Luna Calante (1:03)
Moonbound - Divergent Moons (3:39)
Moonbound - Flight Towards the Sky (3:58)
Genesis - Mad Man Moon (7:35)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Rogue Moon (2:49)
Absolute Elsewhere - Moon City (4:50)
Porcupine Tree - Moon Touches Your Shoulder (5:51)
No-Man - Pink Moon (3:03)
Simeon Harris - The Moon at My Window (2:00)
Happy The Man - The Moon, I Sing (Nossuri) (6:16)
[Henry Hall and The Gleneagles Hotel Band - Midnight, The Stars and You]
Gentle Giant - His Last Voyage (6:26)
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« Reply #148 on: September 30, 2012, 07:19:56 am »
September 29, 2012

Autumn Fun!

Join us as we revel in the end of another brutal summer in Witness Relocation Central with a slew of autumn-themed songs from artists old and new. In this episode, we premiere two juicy new tracks from Marillion's recently released "Sounds That Can't Be Made" and celebrate the birthdays of drummer Ian Wallace (King Crimson, Crimson Jazz Trio) and the unforgettable Madeline Kahn. We also receive an on-air call from Shawn "The Bishie" Bishop and discuss his considerable contribution to the new solo album from IZZ frontman John Galgano, "Real Life is Meeting." Bonus: Rush fans will delight in our new Progopolis show intro, one of three recorded by reknowned multi-instrumentalist Michael Bernier.
 
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Blackfield - Blackfield (5:01)
Michael Bernier - Progopolis Intro (Rushesque) (1:40)
Rush - YYZ (4:26)
Marillion - Sounds That Can't Be Made (7:16)
American Hollow - Say, Is It Really True? (7:37)
Peter Hammill - Summer Song (in the Autumn) (2:13)
Boards Of Canada - Dayvan Cowboy (5:00)
Judy Dyble - Nimbus Thitherwood (7:40)
IZZ - Words and Miracles (7:18)
John Galgano - The Only Thing (3:07)
John Galgano - Real Life Is Meeting (Part 2) (4:28)
John Galgano - This Is How It Happens (3:28)
John Galgano - 1000 (19:11)
Genesis - Anyway (3:17)
Genesis - Here Come the Supernatural Anethsetist (2:49)
Marillion - Pour My Love (6:02)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Hoedown (3:47)
Madeline Kahn - I'm Tired (from Blazing Saddles) (5:19)
Christopher Petkus - Big Ugly (2:11)
Christopher Petkus - Hey Guys Hey Gals (3:24)
Joe Griffin - If You Ever... (5:09)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - I Did Acid With Caroline (5:07)
Perry Ostrin - Outerstellar Underdrive (6:45)
David Sylvian - Orpheus (4:51)
Robert Plant - Big Log (5:03)
The Church - Under The Milky Way (4:58)
The Crimson Jazz Trio - I Talk to the Wind (9:56)
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« Reply #149 on: November 25, 2012, 10:00:45 am »
Tune in for a solid three hours of music featuring noted KC alum Tony Levin, Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, Keith Tippett, David Cross, Ian Wallace, Greg Lake, and Pat Mastelotto. There's also an exciting announcement about Moonbound's Fabio Trentini and legendary Italian proggers Le Orme, and brand new music from the experimental duo Donny Who Loved Bowling. Note: This podcast is an official no-Fripp zone. Features special guest appearances by Jeff Goldblum, Jerry Seinfeld, Christopher Walken, and Alan Rickman.
 
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Michael Bernier - Leviathan (4:13)
Michael Bernier - Progopolis Crimsonesque Intro (1:34)
Liquid Tension Experiment - Another Dimension (9:50)
Tuner - 11-11 (10:46)
Tuner - White Cake Sky (3:11)
Adrian Belew - Fish Head (4:31)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Trilogy (8:54)
Stick Men - Open Pt.1 - Plunge (2:17)
Stick Men - Open Pt. 2 - Plow (4:40)
Stick Men - Open Pt. 3 - Truncheon (4:11)
 
Exclusive Sneak Peek: Donny Who Loved Bowling "Headstone"
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Fallen Angels (4:36)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Respirator Jam (9:34)
 
The Keith Tippett Group - Green And Orange Night Park (8:11)
Lee Fletcher - Faith in Worthless Things (4:04)
Moonbound - Flash Through Your Brain (3:33)
Moonbound - Hold Me (3:33)
Le Orme - Serinde (4:24)
Le Orme - Incontro dei popoli (4:55)
Bruford - The Sliding Floor (5:03)
Michael Bernier - Progopolis Celebrity Endorsements (1:19)
Michael Bernier - Burbur (3:54)
David Cross - Troppo (featuring Peter Hammill) (8:44)
The Crimson Jazz Trio - I Talk to the Wind (9:56)
Judy Dyble - Harpsong (19:18)
The End of The Ocean - All That Is Will Cease (6:14)
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