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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #45 on: August 01, 2007, 05:30:07 am »
This show is dedicated to our brother in arms, Dave P, who joined the choir invisible last week.  We will all miss Dave very much!  You can still find his archives here www.thedividingline.com/ct and www.thedividingline.com/qfad
 
Also during this show we have a long interview with Godfrey Townsend of the Alan Parsons Live Project.  We listen to some of his past, talk spirituality, and dive into the new album from Godfrey "Easy Journey to Other Planets".
 
May you all have a good week and if you want more from me you can find it over at www.myspace.com/soundscape42
 
The archive will be ready by 12:00 pm, it is uploading now.
 
SHOW #72 Dedicated to Dave P, July 31, 2007
Billy Sherwood et al- The Show Must Go On
Queen- The Show Must Go On
Genesis- Squonk
Genesis- Inside and Out
Explosions in the Sky- Welcome, Ghosts
Queen- Innuendo (request from Chaos)
Triumph- Never Surrender

****Strange Cow Moment****
Tiles- Balld of the Sacred Cows
Eddie Izzard- Mad European Cows

Fish- So Fellini
Box- Black Dog There (request from Walter)
Box- Hell on Earth (request from Chaos)

****Interview with Godfrey Townsend****
John Entwistle Band- Bogeyman (Intro)
John Entwistle Band- Horror Rock (Nightmare)
Jack Bruce- Kelly's Blues
Alan Parsons Live Project- Psychobabble
Godfrey Townsend- Narada Muni
Godfrey Townsend- Cold
Godfrey Townsend- Whitefeather
Godfrey Townsend- Closer 2 U
Godfrey Townsend- Long, Misty Bridge
Alan Parsons Live Project- Prime Time

****Dedication to Dave P*****
Queen- I Want to Break Free
Ambrosia- Nice, Nice, Very Nice
Porcupine Tree- Collapse the Light into Earth (requested by Chaos)
Rush- Tai Shan
Rush- A Farewell to Kings
Queen- The Fairy Feller's Master Stroke
Grateful Dead- He Was a Friend of Mine
Queen- A Winter's Tale
Alan Parsons Project- Day after Day (The Show Must Go On)

****Next Week:Prog Rock Family Tree and Erik Norlander Interview. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for August is Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic piece of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42




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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #46 on: August 07, 2007, 08:43:08 pm »
A monster show if I do say so myself.  This week we hear new music from Circle II Circle, Jordan Rudess, Frost*, and Riverside.  We have our birth of prog theme which takes us on a journey from the psychedelia of 66 to the beginings of the prog movement in 67.  Also included here is an interview with Rocket Scientist Erik Norlander as we talk about the album Revolution Road.  A tribute to Jerry Garcia rounds things out (although the best of this tribute will come in the next few weeks).

The archive will be available in just an hour or so...get it while it is hot.

Next week: Elevator Prog.  Yes it will be a quiet theme, but the question is, if prog were elevator music, what would you hear during your ride to the top?  I am looking here for songs that mimic the muzak in elevators (but hopefully with some proggy pizzaz).

SHOW #73 Birth of Prog- August 7, 2007
Kite- Steer by the Stars
Jim Weider- The Maze
Umphrey's McGee- Miss Tinkle's Overture
Circle II Circle- Who Am I to Be?
Circle II Circle- Heal You
Devin Townsend- Hyperdrive
Jordan Rudess- Piece of the Pi
Frost*- Wedding Day
Riverside- Back to the River
Dr. Science
Jan Hammer & Jerry Goodman- Country & Eastern Music (long awaited request from Greg)
Wetton/Downes- The Glory of Winning
Jordan Rudess- J.R. Piano Medley

****Birth of Prog- Chapter 1 From Psychedelia to Art****
The Byrds- 8 Miles High
Beach Boys- Good Vibrations
The Doors- Break on Through
Jefferson Airplane- White Rabbit
The Beatles- Tomorrow Never Knows
Jimi Hendrix- Are You Experienced?
The Beatles- Good Moring Good Morning
The Beatles- A Day in the Life
Pink Floyd- Interstellar Overdrive
Procol Harum- Whiter Shad of Pale
The Moody Blues- The Day Begins
The Moody Blues- The Morning: Another Morning
The Nice- Flower King of Flies
The Nice- Rondo
Traffic- Heaven is in Your Mind
Traffic- Dear Mr. Fantasy
Tomorrow- Now Your Time Has Come

****Stay tuned for Chapter 2- New Directions coming in September****

****Interview with Erik Norlander of the Rocket Scientists****
Better View
After the Revolution
Savor Every Moment
Enjoy the Weather
Forever Nights
Copernicus
Ptolemy
Revolution Road

****Celebrating Jerry****
Warren Haynes- Patchwork Quilt
Jerry Garcia- Comes a Time

****Next Week:Elevator Prog. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for August is Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic piece of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42





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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #47 on: August 15, 2007, 07:23:07 pm »
You almost need the elevator prog selection after the prog pummeling you are given in the first 2 hours.  Check out new music from the incomparable Jordan Rudess, and Circa, as well as lots of other rocking neoprog poundings.  You will not be dismayed.
 
Next week: State of Prog.  I am looking for prog songs with US states in their title, or US Cities, or Countries, or places in general.  In that order.  Hopefully I will get enough US based songs that I will not need to resort to the other choices, but they are there for the incase moment when idea fails to meet reality.  Your help is needed...what do you suggest?
 
Cheers: Woody
www.thedividingline.com/ss- For the show archive up by 12:00 today
www.myspace.com/soundscape42 For the blog that may sort of give you some insight into the why's and hows.
 
SHOW #74 Prog in an Elevator?- August 14, 2007
Aerosmith- Prog (I mean) Love in an Elevator
The Chambers Brothers- Time Has Come Today
Magic Pie- Pointless Masquerade
The Flower Kings- The Unorthodox Dance Lesson
Jordan Rudess- Dance on a Volcano (For Chaos)
Invisigoth- Ancient
Magellan- Innocent God (For Sandy)
Dr Science- Biosphere
Dream Theatre- Take the Time (For Chaos)
Speechless- Thank You

Circa- Cut the Ties
Circa- Information Overload
Jordan Rudess- Soundchaser
Circa- Brotherhood of Man

Jack Foster III- The Solution (For Sandy)
Jordan Rudess- Time Crunch (For Chaos)
The Rebel Wheel- Threads

****Prog in an Elevator?****
Particle- The Elevator
Steve & Eydie- Black Hole Sun
Steve Morse- Air on a 6 String
King Crimson- Matte Kudesai
ELO- The Whale (For Suzi)
Enya- Carribean Blue (For Ralph)
Marillion- Go (For Chaos)
Steve Howe- Sleep Walk
The Buggles- I Love You Miss Robot
Porcupine Tree- Lazarus (for Rushfan wherever you are)
ELP- Lucky Man (for Ivan)

****Jam Session Grateful Dead 3/23/74 at the Cow Palace****
Playing in the band
Uncle John's Band
Morning Dew
Uncle John's Band
Playing in the Band
Mickey Hart- Down the Road

Mike & the Mechanics- Taken in (For Suzi)

****Next Week:State of Prog (States in the names of Prog Songs). Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for August is Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic piece of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42




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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #48 on: August 24, 2007, 01:25:01 pm »
Some themes do not quite work the way you wnat them to.  Nevertheless there is some great music in this show worth a looksee.  Not a lot of new stuff this time around but check out CTA, Carptree, more Rudess, and Anton Roolart.
 
Next week, all requests.  If there is something you are aching to hear, or you just want to drop by chat and say hello, it is an all request show.  In a couple of weeks however we continue the Birth of Prog series with a trip back to 1968 for some rare proggy genetics.
 
SHOW #75 Around the World in Proggy Daze- August 21, 2007
Devo- Beautiful World
Abigails Ghost- Waiting Room
Black Bonzo- Giant Games
Jordan Rudess- Tarkus
Darwin's Radio- Vast Within
Carptree- Big Surprise
Kite- Fire Escape
Anton Roolart- On to the Afterglow

****Around the World in Proggy Daze****
Devin Townsend- Canada (For Magnus)
Pain of Salvation- America (For Magnus)
Supertramp- Breakfast in America (from Kaizer)
Fish- Boston Tea Party
Robert Fripp- New York, New York, New York (from Kaizer)
moe.- New York City
Woody Allen- Brooklyn
Genesis- Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (from Atavachron)
King Crimson- Asbury Park (from Man Erg)
Frank Zappa- What's New In Baltimore (From Zappaholic)
Echolyn- Georgia Pine (For Chopper)
Led Zeppelin- Going to California (from Andu)
Dr Science
CTA- South California Purples
Genesis- The Brazillian
The Onion Radio News
The Tangent- Lost in London
Khan- Driving to Amsterdam (from Atavachron)
Alan Morse- Spanish Steppes
The Left Coast- Evening in Montreux
Marillion- White Russian
Rush- Passage to Bangkok (From Rushfan4)
Jethro Tull- Budapest (from Ghostrider)
Symphony X- Egypt (For Magnus)
GPS- New Jerusalem
Toto- Africa (From Rushfan4)

****Jam Session****
Grateful Dead w Branford Marsalis- Eyes of the World
Grateful Dead- Death Don't Have No Mercy
CTA- 25 or 6 to 4

****Next Week:All request show. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for August is Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic piece of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42




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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #49 on: August 29, 2007, 07:41:57 am »
Another week of musical craziness...stay tuned next week when we will bring along some friends for our second edition of the Birth of Prog series.  We will be exploring music from 68 to 69.  We will also hit the books as we pay homage to Bronte's Wuthering Heights.  For more info on this weeks show check here: http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=90220788&blogID=304722971
 
SHOW #76 Request show- August 28, 2007
The Producers- Freeway
Chain- Cities 1-7
Kite- If You Were Dead
Puppet Show- On Second Thought
Touchstone- Hear Me
Kevin Gilbert- Certifiable #1 Smash
Steve Hillage- It's All Too Much/ The Golden Vibe (For Walter)
Circa- Information Overload
Yes- Run Through the Light
Porcupine Tree- The Creator Has a Master Tape
Roger Waters- Hello (I Love You)- For Walter
Roger Waters- The Bravery of Being Out of Range
Tinsley Ellis- Feeling No Pain
A Chinese Firedrill- Automatic Fantasy
Quodia- The First Sign
The Watch- Two Paces
Rush- Armor & Sword
Pendragon- Paintbox
The Rebel Wheel- Diagramma
Timothy Pure- Through the Fountains Eye
Timothy Pure- When Vices Collide
Ozric Tentacles- Mescalito (For Enigma)
Rocket Scientists- Brutal Architecture
Paradigm Blue- There is No Spoon (For Silver_Sable)
Stratovarius- Know the Difference

****Next Week:Birth of Prog Pt2 and Book Club. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for August is Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic piece of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42




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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #50 on: September 05, 2007, 08:50:38 am »
What I have on tap for you this week, is yet another fabulous trip back to the birthplace of progressive music.  You will see the birth of the Canterbury movement, the early genetic materials of King Crimson, and the begining of Folk Prog.  A ride of discovery beckons complete with the usual stunted speech of a DJ caught in his own headlights. 

Next week, Science Fiction in Prog!  Send me your favorite Sci Fi Prog songs and I will add them into the list.  Also the theme of this weeks show ran long and kept me from adding in The Wuthering Heights section..don't worry it is coming.  By the way, I would love to know if any of you guys are reading along with me.

SHOW #77 Birth of Prog Pt 2- September 4, 2007
Van Morrison- Astral Weeks
Blind Ego- Black Despair (For Walter)
Blind Ego- Forbidden to Remain (For Walter)
Pendragon- Nostradamus (Stargazing)

The Beatles- I am the Walrus
Tomorrow- Strawberry Fields Forever
Tomorrow- Halucinations
Fairport Convention- Sun Shade
Fairport Convention- The Lobster
Fairport Convention- It's Alright Ma, It's Only Witchcraft
Arthur Brown- Prelude/Nightmare
Arthur Brown- Fanfare/Fire Poem
Arthur Brown- Fire
Arthur Brown- Come and Buy
Arthur Brown- Time/Confusion
Steppenwolf- Born to be Wild
Pink Floyd- Let There Be More Light
Pink Floyd- Corporal Clegg
Pink Floyd- Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
Family- The Chase
Family- Hey Mr. Policeman
Family- Voyage
The Rolling Stones- Sympathy for the Devil
The Moody Blues- House of Four Doors
The Moody Blues- Legend of a Mind
The Moody Blues- House of Four Doors Pt 2
The Moody Blues- The Best Way To Travel
Giles, Giles, & Fripp- North Meadow
Giles, Giles, & Fripp- Erudite Eyes
Caravan- Place of My Own
Caravan- Where But for Caravan Would I?
Caravan- Cecil Rons
Cream- White Room
Jethro Tull- Dharma for One
Jethro Tull- A Song For Jeffrey
Jethro Tull- Cat's Squirrel
The Beatles- While My Guitar Gently Weeps
The Beatles- Happiness is a Warm Gun
The Soft Machine- Plus Belle Qu'une Poubelle
The Soft Machine- We Did it Again
The Soft Machine- Why Am I So Short?
The Soft Machine- Save Yourself
The Soft Machine- Why Are We Sleeping

****Next Week:Sci Fi in Prog and Book Club. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for August is Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic piece of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42

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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #51 on: September 21, 2007, 09:36:03 am »
Despite some fantastic glitches, including an iphones remix of Achilles (deep appologies there), this is a really fantastic show.  Did I get to all of the best drummers...I doubt it.  There are a good many greats left out in the cold, but this is a good tour of the power of our favorite prog drummers. 
 
Next weeks theme: But Can You Dance to it?  Is there Danceable Prog out there?  We are going to try to find out next week.
 
The show will be up by 11:00 eastern, so grab a copy and enjoy.
 
SHOW #79 Bring Out Your Drums- September 18, 2007
Prologue- Drumming At the Edge of Magic
Blue Man Group- Time to Start
Genesis- Turn it On Again (Suggested by TimeSignature)
King Crimson- 21st Century Schizoid Man (Suggested by Axel)
The Soft Machine- Why Are We Sleeping
IQ- Widow's Peak (Suggested by RichardH)
The Bad Plus- Physical Cities
Primus- Tommy the Cat
Mahavishnu Orchestra- Birds of Fire (suggested by Febus)
Tuner 11-11
Ghost Circus- Across the Line
ELP- Toccata (Suggested by Micky)
Little Atlas- Preying
Mickey Hart's Mystery Box- Full Steam Ahead
Frank Zappa- Keep it Greasey (Suggested by Bj-1)
Emperor- Decrystalizing Reason (Suggested by Chris Brown)
Rush- Freewill
Rush- O Baterista (Suggested by Dana)
String Cheese Incident- Sirens
Peter Gabriel- The Rhythm of the Heat
Led Zeppelin- Achilles Last Stand (Suggested by RichardH)
They Might Be Giants- D is for Drums
Dream Theatre- Surrounded (suggested by Greg Jones)
Billy Cobham- A. Anxiety B. Taurian Matador (Suggested by Dwill)
Yes- Changes (Suggested BY Jimmy Row)
Fish- Square Go
Deep Purple- The Mule (Suggested by GhostRider)
Spock's Beard- Made Alive/Overture (suggested by Greg Jones)
Porcupine Tree- Anesthetize (Suggested by DarkMatter)
King Crimson- Indiscipline
Gong- Master Builder (suggested by Akiko and BaldFriede)
Muse- Thoughts of a Dying Atheist (Suggested by EasyMoney)
Mickey Hart & Planet Drum- Tall Grass

****Next Week:But Can You Dance To It? Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for September is Waste Land by TS Eliot****

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« Reply #52 on: September 26, 2007, 05:34:01 am »
Imagine the scene.  An old dilapidated warehouse, a secret rendezvous for fans of progressive music, hidden away from the prog purists and the dance purists.  The old warehouse fills with dancers, each one able to represent their dance moves regardless of tempo (although you have to be impressed with the 11/8 time sig dancers).  The lights fade, The Volcano Erupts....Better Start to Dance...Do You Wanna Dance With Me?  Strobe lights erupt and the floor vibrates with the excitement of those who are called to dance.  Get your feet moving people, this is not a sedentary show.  There are not even any slow dances, but I did play some of the Ptree and Madame Blavatsky Overdrive.

Next week drop on by for yet another chapter in the Birth of Prog series.  This time around we will round out 1968 and get into the birth of giants in 1969.  You can expect some very rare stuff to appear.  If you have requests from 1969, drop me a line and let me know what you would like to hear.

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SHOW #80 But Can You Dance To It- September 25, 2007
Jordan Rudess- Dance on a Volcano
Talking Heads- Burning Down the House
Peter Gabriel- Growing Up (Suggested by Prog-jester)
Trance Atlantic Airwaves- Lucifer
King Crimson- Sleepless (Suggested by Ghost Rider)
Queen- Another One Bites the Dust (Suggested by Ghost Rider)
Porcupine Tree- Cheating the Polygraph
DJ Harry- Remixes String Cheese Incident's Texas
The Floydian Propulsion Project- Keep Talking (Mind of God remix)
The Fixx- Less Cities, More Moving People
Transglobal Underground- Master Mute vs The Tone E Programme (Deseo Remix)
DJ Logic/Joe Satriani/Particle- W
Marillion- When I Meet God (Blissed Remix)
Fractal- Rave7 (Suggested by Nic)
Frank Zappa- Disco Boy
Camper Van Beethoven- Discotheque
The Flower Kings- The Unorthodox Dance Lesson
The New Deal- Glide
INca God- I Can't Dance (Suggested by White Shadow)
The Art of Noise- Close (To the Edit)
Porcupine Tree- Up the Downstair (Suggested by Chicapah)
Madame Blavatsky Overdrive- Self Replicating Machine Elves
Dr Science- Caffiene
Focus- Hocus Pocus (Suggested by Prog.Sylvie)
Alan Parsons- A Recurring Dream Within a Dream (Suggested by Prog.Sylvie)
Abney Park- Holy War
Electric Light Orchestra- All Over the World
Scissor Sisters- Lights
Ozric Tentacles- Neurochasm (Suggested by Easy Money)
Gentle Giant- The Face (Suggested by moreitsythanyou)
Pain of Salvation- Disco Queen (Suggested by darqdean)
George Clinton & Parliament- Supergroovalisticprosifunkstic (Suggested by Easy Money)
Rush- New World Man (Suggested by Zvinki)
Little Atlas- Dance
Radiohead- The National Anthem (Suggested by Higwath)
David Bowie- Bring Me The Disco King

****Next Week:Birth of Prog Pt3- 1969 Learning to Walk. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for September is Waste Land by TS Eliot****

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #53 on: October 03, 2007, 05:22:45 am »
If you do not know your historical prog, this will be the show for you.  We set the wayback machine for 1968 and worked our way up to April of 69 highlighting the progress of the progressive, and the social chaos that was 1969.  For myself this monthly journey has been an incredible learning experience.  The beautiful thing about prog is that for the most part it does not sound dated.  Sure the equipment is older, and perhaps some of the ideas arcane, but it always feels like cutting edge.  Prog seems to take us to the edge of reality no matter what thew message.  This weeks show is no exception, come on buy the ticket, take the ride.  In the words of Soc from Reaper "We'll sell you the whole seat, but you will only need the edge".

Next week, I will go crazy!  I am not planning anything, soundscape will unfold to all involved.  It is possible that we will have friends from Telestrion in the studio, they may even bring a Theremin.  So with a little help from my friends, and a bottle or 2, I expect a pretty wild time.  I hope you will join us, but until then here is this weeks setlist.

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SHOW #81 Birth of Prog Pt 3 (1968-69) - October 2,2007
Grateful Dead- That's It For The Other One

The Nice- Intermezzo From Karelia Suite
The Nice- Prelude
The Nice- 1st Movement Awakening
The Nice- 2nd Movement Realisation
The Nice- 3rd Movement Acceptance Brandenburger
The Nice- 4th Movement Denial
The Nice- Coda-Extension To The Big Note

The Pretty Things- Balloon Burning
The Pretty Things- Death
The Pretty Things- Trust

The Byrds- Space Odyssey
Jimi Hendrix- 1983...(A Merman I Should Turn To Be)

Procol Harum- Skip Softly (My Moonbeams)
Procol Harum- In Held Twas In I

Led Zeppelin- Dazed & Confused
The Beatles- Get Back, Take 3 Rooftop
The Byrds- This Wheel's On Fire

Collosseum- Walking in the Park
Collosseum- Beware The Ides of March
Collosseum- Those About To Die

Family- How-Hi-The-Li
Family- The Weaver's Answer
Family- Summer 67
Family- Emotions

Genesis- Where The Sour Turns Sweet
Genesis- Am I Very Wrong
Genesis- In the Wilderness
Genesis- Fireside Song
Genesis- The Serpent

The Who- Amazing Journey/Sparks
The Who- Pinball Wizard
The Who- We're Not Gonna Take It

Chicago- Introduction

The Soft Machine- Hibou, Anemone, And Bear
The Soft Machine- A Concise British Alphabet- PtII
The Soft Machine- Deadicated To You But You Weren't There
The Soft Machine- A Door Opens and Closes
The Soft Machine- 10:30 Returns to the Bedroom

The Moody Blues- In the Beginning
The Moody Blues- Lovely To See You
The Moody Blues- The Dream The Moody Blues- Have You Heard- Part 1
The Moody Blues- The Voyage
The Moody Blues- Have You Heard- Part 2

****Next Week:Your DJ goes mad...a spontaneous setlist and some members of Telestrion may be in the Studio. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for September is Waste Land by TS Eliot****

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« Reply #54 on: October 17, 2007, 12:24:08 pm »
This time around I have 4 hours of mirth and mayhem with the space groovers from the local scene "Telestrion" the remnants of Qualone.  Brain and Andy from Telestrion were on hand to support the new album, talk about some of the music, offer a weird selection of lesser known prog gems, and play with the Theramin in studio.  Methinks that some mixing might could have been done better, but a fun time was had by us all and hopefully that will communicate into a fun time for you listeners out there.

 Next week we will be offering a Telestrion cd to some lucky fellow, and we will play some more of their finely tuned trip-tofu. Also, imagine a world in which the local karaoke bar plays progressive music...what are your favorite prog crooners?  Which songs would you like to sing aloud to a crowd?  Send me your favorites, because next week is Progaoke week.  Finally, you can expect the remnant of TS Eliots Wasteland to be displayed in musical visage as we return yet again to another book of the month.  This all happens next Tuesday night, and we will be expecting you to show up and spend another crazy evening with Soundscape!

SHOW #82 An Evening with Telestrion - October 16,2007
Genesis- Abacab
Qualone- The Kind
Nektar- King of Twilight
Robin Trower- Bridge of Sighs
Telestrion- The One To Go
White Witch- Parabrahm Greeting- Dwellers of the Threshold
White Witch- Help Me Lord
David Bowie- Starman
Jimi Hendrix- House Burning Down
Masters of Reality- The Candy Song
Invisigoth- My Absinthe Lover
Qualone- Mind Cloud
Invisigoth- No Quarter
Qualone- Insanity Ride
Telestrion- Song for the Sun
The Doors- Waiting for the Sun
The Pretty Things- I See You
The Pretty Things- Well of Destiny
Amon Duul II- Syntelman's March of the Roaring Twenties
Curved Air- Ultra-Vivaldi
Curved Air- Marie Antoinette
Umphrey's McGee- Bright Lights, Big City
Porcupine Tree- Russia On Ice
Ween- Buckingham Green
Telestrion- Hiding from Knowing
Ani Difranco- Cradle & All
Atomic Rooster- Friday the 13th (USA Version)
Pink Floyd- Obscured by Clouds
Jim Weider- Troll
Clear Blue Sky- Journey to the Inside of the Sun a:Sweetleaf
Telestrion- Sleeping Pill
Speechless- Vaders Boogie
Telestrion- Astronomy Domine
Rush- Cygnus X-1
Telestrion- Middle of Something

****Next Week:Prog Karaoke Night plus book club time. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for September is Waste Land by TS Eliot****

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« Reply #55 on: October 24, 2007, 03:59:21 pm »
Ok, well I knew the idea of doing karaoke prog was outlandish, but we played some great music throughout the evening.  Walter's karaoke pick was for Hocus-Pocus...I wish we could have heard him do the little gnome part.  This show was not exactly defined by new progressive music, but some highlights includes Rodrigos Y Gabriela (an alternative flamenco duo who will blow your mind in Ixtapa and the cover piece Orion from Metallica).  Also of note was new Eddie Vedder from the soundtrack to "Into the Wild" as well as new music from Robert Plant and Alison Krauss (a strange duo to say the least but this album has it's moments).  Other new and of note pieces include Singularity, Gov't Mule, Michael Lee Firkins, and yes...more Telestrion. Oh and also we looked into T.S. Eliot's "Waste Land" as our book club selection.   So have at it, go for it and enjoy.

Next week is the second annual Progoween here on Soundscape.  My yearly hobby of creating halloween cd's has blossomed into the 4 hour soundscape extravaganza.  What I need from you listeners is your suggestion for scary halloween music.  Everyone have a great week and I will see you next time.

SHOW #83 Progaoke - October 23,2007
Gov't Mule- I'm A Ram (Original Mix)
Spock's Beard- Follow Me To Sleep
Porcupine Tree- Open Car
Eddie Vedder- Hard Sun
Farpoint- Sojourn
Rodrigo Y Gabriela- Ixtapa
Porcupine Tree- What Happens Now?
Focus- Hocus Pocus (Walters Karaoke pick)
Particle- Kneeknocker
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss- Nothin'
Atticus Fault- Mary Mother (A Karaoke pick from Chaos)
Tangent- The Music That Died Alone Suite
Coupling- Lesbian Spank Inferno (excerpt)
Marillion- Map of the World (Suzi'z Karaoke pick)
Michael Lee Firkins- Blacklight Sonata
Singularity- XOT
Telestrion- Lost in The Sky
Rodrigo Y Gabriela- Orion
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals- Nothing but the Water 1&2
Gov't Mule- Unring the Bell

****Book Club Selection: The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot****
Genesis- The Cinema Show
King Crimson- Deception of the Thrush

****Karaoke bar opens****
Triumph- Never Surrender
GTR- When the Heart Rules the Mind (For Suzi)
The Flower Kings- A King's Prayer (For Wankel)
Rush- Nobody's Hero
Marillion- Kayleigh (Another Suzi Pick)
ELP- C'Est La Vie (Chaos found sleeping in the Corner)
Rocket Scientists- Enjoy the Weather (Suzi and Woody crooning their hearts out)
ELO- Shine A Little Love (Brought to you by Suzi)

****Next Week:Progoween. Send your scary requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for October is All works from Lewis Carrol****

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« Reply #56 on: November 01, 2007, 05:53:14 am »
Well here it is folks, this years Halloween extravaganza.  Look for lots of appearances by  Steve Hackett (probably the biggest contributor to halloweeny prog I have found).  Also you will find that I have tucked away a nice big Porcupine tree set.  Suzi and I just went to see Ptree this week and had a fabulous time, so we wanted to share the love.  We hope you all enjoy the show, and even though it is no longer halloween, let me know if you run across anymore spooky goodies (I am always on the lookout for such things).  Next week we return to the year 1969 as we take up our stethoscope and walk further down the progressive memory lane.  I hope that you will join us.

SHOW #84 Progoween - October 30,2007
Alice Cooper- Welcome to my Nightmare
King Crimson- One More Red Nightmare
Kite- If You Were Dead
Opeth- Death Whispered a Lullaby
The Might Be Giants- Dig My Grave
Rick Wakeman & Ozzy- Buried Alive
Pink Floyd- Waiting for the Worms to Come
Queen- I'm Going Slightly Mad
Gentle Giant- Knots
Marillion- Seperated Out
The Onion Radio News
Steve Hackett- Down Street
Von Frickle- Attack of the Giant Eyeball
The Doors- Strange Days
Eddie Izzard- Horror Movies
Frank Zappa- Transylvania Boogie
The Flower Kings- Vampire's View
Evergrey- Madness Caught Another Victim
Ed Sanders- The Haunted Palace
Arthur Brown- Fire
Steve Hackett- The Devil is an Englishman
Ben Folds- Satan is my Master
Quodia- When the Fire Was Slow
MC Lars- The Roomate From Hell
Beck- Satan Gave Me A Taco
Steve Hackett- Stadiums of the Damned (the only out of place song in the set)

****The Treat: Porcupine Tree set****
Blackest Eyes
Hatesong
Tinto Brass (For Chaos)
Open Car
Heatattack in a Layby
Sentimental
Ambulance Chasing
Trains

****Back to the Halloween Party****
Kaviar- Death Orgy 9000
SNL w/Jimmy Fallon- Trick or Treating
Oingo Boingo- Dead Man's Party
Explosions in the Sky- Welcome Ghosts
Spock's Beard- Skeletons at the Feast
Progopolis- The Spider Incident
Anton Roolart- The Spider
Tenacious D- Tribute
Steve Hackett- A Dark Night in Toytown
Von Frickle- Zombie Stomp
Iron Maiden- Transylvania

****Next Week:The History of Prog Rock Continues as we return to 1969. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for October is All works from Lewis Carrol****

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« Reply #57 on: November 08, 2007, 07:06:37 am »
We begin right where we left off last month in April of 1969.  Along the way we encounter some fantastic music from the prog world, VDGG, Yes, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd etc.  We hit the motherlode when in the fall of 1969 King Crimson is born.  Music will never be the same.  It was a fun show filled with the signposts of a year of cutting edge experimental music during the Summer of 69.

Next week, its back to some new tricks as I clean out the whats new box.  Plus we will have another moment in the spiny forest as we hit Porcupine Tree up for another round of pure appreciation. 

SHOW #85 History of Prog Pt 4 (April of 1969- October) - November 6,2007
Sly & The Family Stone- Don't Call Me Nigger, Whitey
The Beatles- Only a Northern Song
Procol Harum- A Salty Dog
Procol Harum- The Devil Came From Kansas
Procol Harum- Wreck of the Hesperus
The PLastic Ono Band- Give Peace a Chance
The Rolling Stones- Gimme Shelter
The Move- Blackberry Way
The Idle race- Girl at the Window
Moon Landing Speech
David Bowie- Space Oddity (Original Demo)
Pink Floyd- The Nile Song
Pink Floyd- Green is the Colour
Pink Floyd- Cymbaline
The Beatles- Helter Skelter
Crosby, Stills, Nash- Long Time Gone
Santana- Sould Sacrifice
Jefferson Airplane- Volunteers
Yes- I See You
Yes- Harold Land
Yes- Looking Around
Yes- Survival
Van Der Graaf Generator- Afterwards
Van Der Graaf Generator- Aerosol Grey Machine
Van Der Graaf Generator- Aquarian
Jethro Tull- Living in the Past
Jethro Tull- Bouree
Jethro Tull- Look into the Sun
Jethro Tull- Fat Man
Grateful Dead- Mountains of the Moon
Neil Young & Crazy Horse- Down by the River
The Doors- Touch Me
The Byrds- Ballad of Easy Rider
The Byrds- Fiddler A Dram (Moog Experiment)
The Beatles- I want You
King Crimson- 21st Century Schizoid Man
King Crimson- Epitaph
King Crimson- Moonchild
King Crimson- I Talk to the Wind

****Next Week:Another Game of Catch Up. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for October is All works from Lewis Carrol****

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« Reply #58 on: November 21, 2007, 09:36:30 am »
If a DJ screams and no one is in chat is he still a DJ?  Perhaps he is
Scrodingers DJ and no one knows if there is a DJ, they just sort of
speculate.  Well as the DJ who far too often wears his heart on his
sleeve, I suggest you run away from this one.  In an attempt to clean
the demons out of my head I sought out music as metaphor for my life
as it is now.  I sought out archetypal schemes that would be
universally understood and reflective of the great raging heart that
holds our humanity pinned against the corkboard of consciousness.  I
looked for ambiguities that would underline the maze that we go
through day in and day out under the repressive regimes of power that
both govern and squeeze the life out of the world around us.  I
sodding well played music of a self indulgent nature and attempted to
meld all of this into a labrythine structure of song.  Well as an
idea, that all sounds fine and dandy, but it skips a few beats and
turns out to be a somewhat flawed masterpiece.  Nevertheless should
you venture into the archival abyss, you will find a handy packet of
rage and helplessness, that perhaps triumphantly rises above all of
the pettiness of the world as it reaches it's dramatic conclusion.  I
am sure Davinci had many rough drafts and this to be sure is one of
them for yours truly.  The archive will be up in the next hour or so.

However, if you want to skip right on to a more happy care bear sort
of theme, drop in next week when soundscape finds itself on the
playground.  We will also take a trip into wonderland as we pay homage
to the works of Lewis Carroll.  Your suggestions are always
appreciated, just throw me down a line.

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SHOW #87 The Maze of Life- November 20,2007
Marillion- Bridge
Marillion- Living with the Big Lie
The Tangent- The Winning Game
Steve Howe- Labyrinth
Canvas- Lost in Transit
Porcupine Tree- Arriving Somewhere But Not here
Riverside- Artificial Smile
Queensryche- Screaming in Digital
Tool- Vicarious
OSI- The New Math
Gov't Mule- Silent Scream
Pete Twonsend- Give Blood
Aldo Nova- Monkey on Your Back
Coal Chamber w/Ozzy- Shock the Monkey
Evergrey- Madness Caught Another Victim
David Gilmour- There's No Way Out of Here
Muse- Time is Running Out
Genesis- In the Cage
Pink Floyd- Empty Spaces
Pink Floyd- What Shall We Do Now?
Blue Man Group- The Complex
Blackfield- The Hole in Me
Marillion- Hollow Man
Fish- Vigil
David Bowie- If I'm Dreaming My Life
Pink Floyd- Run Like Hell
Blind Ego- Black Despair
Trey Anastasio- Dark and Down
Porcupine Tree- Way Out of Here
Sound Garden- Rusty Cage
Michael Franti & Spearhead- Yell Fire
Reel Big Fish- The Fire
Blue Man Group- Your Attention
Oingo Boingo- Pain
Rush- Faithless
The Who- Love, Reign O'er Me
The Who- We're Not Gonna Take It
Marillion- A Legacy

****Next Week:Soundscape goes to the Playground & a Trip to
Wonderland. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for October is All works from Lewis Carrol****

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« Reply #59 on: November 28, 2007, 06:24:43 am »
This time around our theme takes us to the many playground games and toys that have inspired our progfathers to sing.  We also take a moment to celebrate the songs that were inspired by Lewis Carroll's writings, and we dip into some new recordings from Little Atlas, Morglbl, Queensryche, and The Flower Kings.
 
Next week we return to the good olde days of 1969 as we continue the History of Prog series.  We will start in late 1969 and see where the journey takes us.
 
Our new book club choice for December will be none other than the time honored classic "The Lord of the Rings" by J.R.R. Tolkien.
 
The archive will be in the server, in the next hour or so.
 
As always if you have suggestions for any of the aforementioned themes or if you have a theme idea for a future show, please drop me a line. 
 
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SHOW #88 Soundscape at Play- November 27,2007
Keller Williams- Play This
The Flower Kings- The Sum of No Reason
Secret Oyster- Stalled Angel
Blue Man Group- Up to the Roof
Kino- Leave a Light On

****Book Club Selection: Gazing into Carrols Looking Glass****
Lana Lane- White Rabbit
Bill Bruford- Fainting in Coils
Roy Harper- Jabberwocky
Ambrosia- Mama Frog
Peter Hammill- This Side of the Looking Glass
Symphony X- Through the Looking Glass (I, II, III)
Touchstone- Mad Hatters Song

****At Play with Soundscape****
Saga- Time to Play
Peter Gabriel- Games Without Frontiers
Imogen Heap- Hide and Seek
Neo- Hide and Seek
Proto-Kaw- Quantum Leapfrog
Pineapple Thief- Catch the Jumping Fool
Abigail's Ghost- Mother May I?
Eddie Izzard- Mystic Hopscotch
Led Zeppelin- Misty Mountain Hop
The Moody Blues- Ride My See-Saw
IQ- The Magic Roundabout
Tangent- Follow Your Leaders
Marillion- Script for a Jesters Tear
The H Band- See Emily Play
Timothy Pure- Slide
Tempest- Slippery Slide
Yes- Run Through the Light
Marillion- Marbles I
Marillion- Marbles II
Marillion- Marbles III
Marillion- Marbles IV
Marillion- Erin Marbles

Genesis- Mama
Little Atlas- Silence
Rocket Scientists- Sky is Falling
Morglbl- Tapas Nocturne
Phish- Glide
Queensryche- Welcome to the Machine
Pink Floyd- Bike

****Next Week:Soundscape returns to the History of Prog. September 69- ?. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for October is The Lord of the Rings****

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