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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #60 on: December 05, 2007, 08:20:02 am »
The 5th part in our ongoing history lesson, starts with some King crimson, and cascades its way to the end in which Deep Purple take us on a Moody Blues like vision of combining orchestra with band.  Aside from that check out the amazing "Bullet" by then newcomers Renaissance (not the Annie Haslam version that you have come to know).  The show is shortened due to the battle between man and machine, but you will still find a hefty helping of lesser known historical moments. 

The History lesson will continue, the second week of January.  In the meantime, our next weeks show is being born out of the chaos of new and powerful vibrations that have orbited me for the past 2 weeks. 

I have discovered, that Christmas and New Years Eve, are both on Tuesday this year.  With that in mind, there will be 2 weeks that Soundscape will not air in it's normal timeslot.  Instead I will look for pirate time and I will alert you all to when said pirate time comes about.

Here is this weeks setlist, go have a listen:
www.thedividingline.com/ss

SHOW #89 History of Prog Pt 5- December 4,2007
King Crimson- The Court of the Crimson King
The Nice- For Example
The Nice- Rondo
Led Zeppelin- Whole Lotta Love
Led Zeppelin- What is and What Should Never Be
Pink Floyd- Careful with that Axe Eugene
Pink Floyd- Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered...
Pink Floyd- Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
Kevin Ayers- The Clarietta Rag
Kevin Ayers- Song for Insane Times
Kevin Ayers- Joy of a Toy Continued
Kevin Ayers- Ealanor's Cake (Which Ate Her)
Kevin Ayers- Lady Rachel
Renaissance- Kings and Queens
Renaissance- Island (edit)
Renaissance- Bullet
Deep Purple- 1st Movement: Moderato- Allegro
Deep Purple- 2nd Movement: Andante
Deep Purple- 3rd Movement: Vivace-Presto
Deep Purple- Encore
Syd Barrett- Terrapin

****Next Week:A Secret Theme that has not yet shown itself to me. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

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

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 #61 on: December 12, 2007, 07:00:10 am »
Soundscape #90 Rain Dance 
This weeks show was a rain dance. We played rain songs, songs that would encourage the rain for those areas who need it. Of course this is true for Georgia, but it holds even more true for some countries in the middle east. So we summoned The Rainmakers in hopes of quenching our thirst. Well it did not rain in Georgia, but we had a fantastic time with the show at any rate. Look for new tunes by Lana Lane, Riverside, Tangent, and many more. If you have never had a listen to Soundscape before, this is one of the shows that you should start with.

Also for those of you who are Queen fans, I did my moment in the DJ spot for Dividing Lines Queen Show "The Show Must Go On".

The Queen show can be found here: www.thedividingline.com/qfad.html
Soundscape is here: www.thedividingline.com/ss

Next week, in honor of the coming holidays, we will take a look at toys and christmas wishes. If you have a toy song that you would like to see played, or have any other toy you would like to see under your tree, drop me a line, and I will make sure that Santa Woody takes care of it (musically speaking of course).

SHOW #90 Rain Dance- December 11,2007
Tony Levin- Welcome

****Rain Dance****
Atlantis- Pray for Rain
Marillion- Dry Land
moe.- Water
Kansas- Rainmaker
Flower Kings- The Rainmaker
Traffic- Rainmaker
The Left Coast- Rainmaker
Proto Kaw- When the Rains Come
Queensryche- When the Rain Comes
Alan Parsons- L'Arc En Ciel
Pain of Salvation- Enter Rain
ELO- Rain is Falling
ELO- Standin' in the Rain
Led Zeppelin- Fool in the Rain
Tony Levin- Rising Waters
Jars of Clay- Flood
Robert Fripp- Here Comes the Flood

Tangent- In Darkest Dreams p1
Tangent- After 'Rubycon'
Tangent- In Darkest Dreams p2
Lana Lane- Into the Fire
Afro Celt Sound System- Riding the Waves
Ozric Tentacles- Plasmoid
Scorpions- Maybe I, Maybe You
Porcupine Tree- Piano Lessons
Steve Morse- La Villa Strangiato
Big Big Train- Salt Water (Now known as Salt Walter)
Jeff Beck- Cause We've Ended as Lovers
Riverside- Rainbow Box
Queensryche- Bullet the Blue Sky
Telestrion- Blue Sunshine
Blue Man Group w/Venus Hum- I Feel Love

****Next Week:Toys for Proggers. Send your Christmas wishes to woody@thedividingline.com****

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

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 #62 on: January 02, 2008, 01:41:05 pm »
Well gang here it is the best of 2007 as seen through the eyes of your humble DJ.  The list started out with about 30 different albums that I found of value this year.  With the help of my own excalibur like wit, I trimmed and slashed until I found the top 10 progressive albums of the year.  Hopefully you will agree with my choices.  I also included a set of honorable mentions, and the best 3 live albums of the year.  The archive is up and ready for your perusal here: www.thedividingline.com/ss

Also, next week, we will return again into the past as we continue the history of prog series.  I know I had promised to put up the first episode of this series during the christmas break, but unfortunately christmas had other ideas.  Send yor favorite prog bands from the 70s requests to woody@thedividingline.com

Here is the setlist:

SHOW #92 Best of 2007- Jan 1,2008
****Honorable Mentions****
Circa- Information Overload
Black Bonzo- Giant Games
Magic Pie- Pointless Masquerade
Little Atlas- Preying
Telestrion- The One To Go
Speechless- Spaghetti Junction
Canvas- Armchair Voyager
Rush- The Larger Bowl (A Pantoum)
At War With Self- Ursa Minor
Metallica- The Ecstasy of Gold
Godfrey Townsend- Long, Misty Bridge

****Best Live Albums of 2007****
Izz- Coming Like Light from Izz Live at Nearfest
Tangent- The World We Drive Through from Going Off On One
Genesis- Los Endos from Live Over Europe

****Top 10 Albums of 2007****
#10 Tinyfish- All Hands Lost from Tinyfish

#9 Galahad- Empires Never Last from Empires Never Last

#8 Knight Area- Under a New Sign from Under a New Sign

#7 Kite- If You Were Dead & Incineration from Sleeping in Thunder

#6 Touchstone- The Beggar's Song from Discordant Dreams

#5 Sylvan- Former Life & Cold Suns from Presets

#4 Fish- Zoe 25, Manchmal, & Arc of the Curve from 13th Star

#3 The Watch- Sound of Sirens, The Border, & Two Paces from Primitive

#2 Riverside- Rainbow Box, Ultimate Trip, & Back to the River from Rapid Eye Movement

****And the Number One Album of the Year****
#1 Porcupine Tree- Sentimental, Way Out Of Here, & Sleep Together from Fear of a Blank Planet

****Next Week:Returning to 1970 we explore ancient Prog in Pt 6 of the History of Prog Series. Send your 70s Prog requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Our book club selection for December is The Lord of the Rings- we will play related songs in Mid January****

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 #63 on: January 10, 2008, 04:08:53 am »
Well here we are again back in 1970.  This week features music from Tull, Crimson, VDGG, Atomic Rooster, and the little known Quartermass.  Still some minor glitches due to new equipment and the learning curve, but overall if you liked the music of 1970 you will like this show just as well.  Add to this a dash of news spots from the time, and some small smattering of archival ads and you get a healthy helping of the year 1970.
 
Next week we will check out music inspired by Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings", as well as the usual Soundscape madness.  If you have any favorite LOTR inspired songs that you would like to hear, please drop me a line and let me know.
 
In the meantime you will find the archive of this weeks show here: www.thedividingline.com/ss It should be ready to pick up by this afternoon.
 
Thanks for listening,
Woody
 
SHOW #93 History of Prog Pt6- Jan 8,2008
****February 1970- June 1970****
Badfinger- Come and Get It
The Guess Who- No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature
Van Morrison- Into the Mystic
Black Sabbath- A Bit of Finger- Sleeping Village- Warning
Van Der Graaf Generator- Darkness
Van Der Graaf Generator- Refugees
Van Der Graaf Generator- Out of My Book
Atomic Rooster- Banstead
Atomic Rooster- Broken Wings
Atomic Rooster- Winter
Crosby Stills Nash & Youg- Deja Vu
Paul McCartney- Maybe I'm Amazed
Jimi Hendrix- Machine Gun
Jethro Tull- A Time For Everything
Jethro Tull- Sossity- You're a Woman
Jethro Tull- For Michael Collins, Jeffrey and Me
Jethro Tull- To Cry You A Song
The Beatles- Across the Universe
The Who- My Generation
King Crimson- Pictures of a City
King Crimson- IN the Wake of Poseidon
King Crimson- Cadence & Cascade
King Crimson- The Devil's Triangle
Quartermass- Good Lord Knows
Quartermass- Gemini
Quartermass- Make Up Your Mind
Quartermass- Laughin' Tackle
Grateful Dead- High Time
Deep Purple- Child In Time
Soft Machine- Facelift

****Next Week:Music Inspired by Lord of the Rings. Send your favorite Lord of the Rings requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

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 #64 on: January 16, 2008, 07:23:17 am »
This weeks show features music inspired by Tolkiens Middle Earth, The first Jam Session of 2008 with some very nice covers, and all sorts of new music to jam in your ears.  If all of that has got your attention then here is the place to go for the archive
www.thedividingline.com/ss
The show will be up by mid-day

Next week we will listen to music about Mythology, plus a whole host of new artists.  Please join us!

SHOW #94 Middle Earth- Jan 15,2008
****Norlander set****
Expedition Delta- Into the Halls of Eternity
Expedition Delta- Flight with the Mind
Lana Lane- Red Planet Boulevard
Rocket Scientists- Escape

****Into Middle Earth****
Led Zeppelin- Ramble On
Blind Guardian- Lord of the Rings
Christopher Lee- Verse of the Rings
Mostly Autumn- Overture-Forge of Sauron
Bob Catley- The Wraiths of the Rings
Little Atlas- Paranoiac
Glass Hammer- The Palantir
Camel- Nimrodel
Mostly Autumn- Helms Deep
Howard Shore- A Knife in the Dark
Under the Sun- The Time Being
The Onion Radio News
Nickel Creek- House of Tom Bombadil
Led Zeppelin- Misty Mountain Hop
Glass Hammer- Mithrandir (This Fading Age)
Blind Guardian- Gandalf's Rebirth
Townes Van Zandt- Silver Ships of Andilar
Mostly Autumn- On the Wings of Gwaihir
Led Zeppelin- The Battle of Evermore
Dragonland- Through Elven Woods and Dwarven Mines

****Jam Session****
Umphrey's McGee- The Song Remains the Same
Widespread Panic- Wish You Were Here
Umphrey's McGee- Abacab
Brain Damaged Eggmen- Comfortably Numb
Gov't Mule- Endless Parade

****End Set****
Moongarden- Solaris
Days Between Stations- Radio Song
Saga- Book of Lies
Darwins Radio- Stronger
Retrospective- Waking up in the Zoo
Between the Buried & Me- Three of a Perfect Pair

****Next Week:Music Inspired by Mythology. Send your mythical requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

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 #65 on: January 23, 2008, 05:39:22 am »
This edition of Soundscape is brought to you by Icarus, We promise to get you to your destination and not fly to close to the sun!  Also by Sysiphus, pushing the rock up the hill for eternity so you don't have to!

Also included in this weeks show was new music from Dave Corp, Random Touch, Radiohead, Satellite, and Mickey Hart and many more.

The Myth music i found was so large a selection, that we will revisit Mythology again in the neat future.  Next week the theme will be to take you on a journey, a day in the life of joe average from waking to sleep.  So send your workaday requests to woody@thedividingline.com.

The show archive can be found here: www.thedividingline.com/ss 

SHOW #95 Mythscape- Jan 22,2008
ELO- New World Rising-Ocean Breakup Reprise
Jordan Rudess- Sound Chaser
Satellite- Dreams
Touchstone- See The Light

****Myth of Icarus****
Alan Parsons- Too Close to the Sun
Rush- Bravado
Kansas- Icarus (Borne on Wings of Steel)
Eaten by Tigers- Memoirs of a Minotaur
Rocket Scientists- The Fall of Icarus
Tony Levin- Icarus
Pallas- Too Close to the Sun
Iron Maiden- Flight of Icarus

****Midas****
Arena- Midas Vision
Renaissance- Midas Man
Pallas- Midas Touch

****Genesis of Myths****
The Flower Kings- Cinema Show
Steve Hackett- Fountain of Salmacis

****A few more Myths****
Rush- Carve Away the Stone
Eddie Izzard- Greeks
Eddie Izzard- Alternative Olympics
Threshold- Narcissus

****Jam Session****
Phish- The Squirming Coil
MGMT- 4th Dimensional Transitional
Mickey Hart & Zakir Hussain- Under One Groove
The John Butler Trio- Used to Get High

****End Set****
Kevin Gilbert- Certifiable #1 Smash
Dave Corp- Moron Pills
Radiohead- Bodysnatchers
Niacin- Guitars That Rule The World
Random Touch- The Giant Took a Liking to Jack
Nosound- Places Remained
Ghost Circus- Across the Line

****Next Week:The Daily Grind- A Day in Our Lives. Send your workaday requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****For this months book club selection we will be focusing on works by C.S. Lewis****

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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« Reply #66 on: January 30, 2008, 06:54:04 am »
Well we threw the book at the old theme (The Daily Grind) in favor of something that would give us more distance, self reflection and perhaps hope.  The show is full of new music and old that will hopefully light each of your personal fires or at least stoke them higher.  For a more piece by piece analysis of the how, why and where stop by
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Next week we will return to 1971 for our 7th prog history lesson.

You can find the show here: www.thedividingline.com/ss


SHOW #96 Journey Elsewhere- Jan 29,2008
Alan Parsons- Turn it Up
Billy Sherwood & Friends- In the Flesh?
Yes- Mind Drive
The Tangent- The First Day of School
Porcupine Tree- Piano Lessons (For Chaos)
Saga- Sound Advice
The Reasoning- Awakening
Rush- Dreamline
ABWH- Heart of the Sunrise
King Crimson- I Talk to the Wind
Fish- Openwater (For Walter)
Fates Warning- Something from Nothing
Porcupine Tree- Sentimental (For Suzi)
Marillion- Made Again (For Chaos)

****Jim Ladd's Headsets featuring Billy Sherwood****
Finding Our Way
Universal Garden
System Failure
Reflections
Message from Home
2000 Light Years From Home with Billy Bob Thornton

****Jam Session****
Drive by Truckers- The Righteous Path
Drive By Truckers- Daddy Needs a Drink
moe.- Queen of Everything
Robert Randolph & The Family Band- Deliver Me

****Gov't Mule at Bonarroo with John Paul Jones****
Unring the Bell
Drums
Moby Dick Reprise
Livin' Lovin' Maid
Since I've Been Loving You
No Quarter

****New Prog-Rock****
Soul Secret- Tears of Kalliroe
Simon Says- Suddenly the Rain

****Next Week:History of Prog Pt 7- 1971-?. Send your 1971 & 2 requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****For this months book club selection we will be focusing on works by C.S. Lewis****

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 #67 on: February 06, 2008, 06:33:53 am »
Cutting some of the frills of previous history shows, we focus specifically on The Soft Machine, Yes, Traffic, and Caravan.  Plus to keep things fresh there is 2 hours of newer music at the end of the show.  Check out the blog if you would like: www.myspace.com/soundscape42

Next week we will be following a valentines day theme.  Are there prog love songs?  I know that there are, but I would love to hear from you guys as I do not keep a very good memory of what some of these are and you may turn up titles that I have not yet thought of. 

See you next time:
SHOW #97 History of Prog Pt7 - Feb 5,2008
Box of Frogs- Back Where I Started

****June 1970 - September 1970****
Soft Machine- Moon in June
Soft Machine- Out-Bloody_Rageous
Yes- No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed
Yes- Then
Yes- Astral Traveller
Yes- Time and a Word
Yes- The Prophet
Traffic- Glad
Traffic- Freedom Rider
Traffic- John Barleycorn
Traffic- Stranger to Himself
Caravan- If I could DO It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
Caravan- And I Wish I Were Stoned/Don't Worry
Caravan- With an Ear To the Ground You Can Make It etc.

****The New Stuff****
Tangent- In Earnest
At War With Self- No Place
Dave Corp- Homeschool
Dave Corp- The Sweet Life
Simon Says- Circles End
Simon Says- Brother Where You Bound
Elegant Simplicity- Every Time I Think of You
Elegant Simplicity- Fragments
Elegant Simplicity- Lost Summer

****Next Week:Valentines Day Mix. Send your Heartfelt love Prog requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****For this months book club selection we will be focusing on works by C.S. Lewis****

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 #68 on: February 12, 2008, 09:27:09 pm »
Here you go!  A show filled with Valentines love and proggy goodness. Check out new music by Ayreon, Tiles, Nosound, and Invisigoth.  Plus we have the debut of the new Ghost Circus album "Across the Line" in it's entirety.  I did a very long blog detailing my thoughts on the show, but thanks to myspace and their technical difficulties, it blew away into the digital flotsam of the internet.  So perhaps I will amass my thoughts anew and try again tomorrow.
 
SHOW #98 A Proggy Valentine - Feb 12,2008
****The Valentine Portion****
Kings X- It's Love
Genesis- Cinema Show
ELP- When the Apple Blossom Blooms in the Windmills Of Your Mind I Will Be Your Valentine
Ayreon- Day 11: Love
Roxy Music- Take A Chance With Me
David Gilmour- Where we Start
Joe Satriani- A Love Eternal
Marillion- Tumble Down the Years
ELO- Ticket to the Moon
Asia- Here Comes the Feeling
Peter Gabriel- In Your Eyes
Steve Howe & Annie Haslam- Turn of the Century
Fish- Arc of the Curve
Camel- Lady Fantasy Suite
The Onion Radio News
Genesis- Counting Out Time
@@@The Most fantastic Winamp Crash ever@@@
Phish- Waste
Yes- Onward
Rush- Ghost of a Chance

****The New Stuff****
Ayreon- Age of Shadows
Ayreon- E=MC2
Tiles- Sacred & Mundane
Nosound- From Silence to Noise
Invisigoth- Dark Highway Part 1- Transmission

****Ghost Circus- Across the Line in its entirety****
Reflection
Pathway
Holding On
To Be
Losing Time
Through the Darkness
Through the Light Pt 1- The Calling
Through the Lightt Pt 2- The Choice
Through the Light Pt 3- The Essence of Life
Through the Light Pt 4- The Sea of Shadows
Through the Light Pt 5- Soaring Above
Through the Light Pt 6- Breaking Through
Through the Light Pt 7- A Distant Memory
Through the Light Pt 8- The Final Steps
Across the Line

****Next Week:Music influenced by CS Lewis. Send your Narnian requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****For this months book club selection we will be focusing on works by C.S. Lewis****

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 #69 on: February 20, 2008, 10:18:45 am »
Hello there,
This weeks soundscape features a special birthday set for my wife Suzi and a tribute to CS Lewis. 

Next week we will celebrate the 100th Soundscape Episode, so I am trying to work on something special for that.  Also for next months book club we will focus on the works of William Blake.

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SHOW #99 C.S. Lewis & Suzi - Feb 19,2008
The Alan Parsons Project- Can't Take It With You
The Flower Kings- The Truth Will Set You Free
Soul Secret- Dance of the Waves
Ayreon- Liquid Eternity
Riverside- Schizophrenic Prayer

****Suzi's Birthday Set****
Genesis- The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
Genesis- White Mountain
Rocket Scientists- Enjoy the Weather
Marillion- Map of the World
Porcupine Tree- Lazarus
Yes- And You and I
Alan Parsons Live Project- Psychobabble
Porcupine Tree- Blackest Eyes
Pink Floyd- Run Like Hell

****A Musical Tribute to C.S. Lewis****
Steve Hackett- Narnia
Phish- Prince Caspian
Kings X- Out of the Silent Planet
Iron Maiden- Out of the Silent Planet
Echolyn- Letters: Dear Wormwood
Evanescence- Good Enough

****Progressive Suite****
Elegant Simplicity- And Pure
Magenta- Gluttony
Days Bewteen Stations- How to Seduce a Ghost
Singularity- Smile
Galahad- Termination
The Alan Parsons Project- No Answers Only Questions

ELO- Loser Gone Wild

****Next Week:Show 100- A Celebration of 100 shows of Soundscape. Send your celebratory greetings to woody@thedividingline.com****

****For this months book club selection we will be focusing on the works of William Blake****

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 #70 on: February 27, 2008, 01:19:29 am »
With all of the hype about making episode 100 it was tough to decide just what would be an appropriate celebration of such an achievment.  I decided to put together a list of song favorites but as I was putting them together, I began to notice an emerging theme or story if you will.  This was an idea long in the making for Soundscape, and something that I have been toying with trying out for a long time.  With my recent discoveries of both Jim Ladd's Headsets and Ghost Circus's Across the Line, my enthusiasm for telling a story was even more engaged.  So here for the first time is a musical pastiche wrapped around a story.  Hopefully the music takes you on the journey itself, but perhaps the narrative I offer will help you along the way offering some handholds in what could easily be a sea of Chaos (No offense Simon).  If anything, the story serves to tie a lot of great music together and achieves the ultimate idea behind my show, to create a landscape of sounds.  The story should be up by this morning for your downloading pleasure at www.thedividingline.com/ss
 
Next week we return to the 1970's for another dose of progressive history and we take our first listen to the new Caamora album "She".
 
SHOW #100 A Sort of Heroes Journey - Feb 26,2008
Spock's Beard- The Ballet of the Impact
Arena- Pins and Needles
Ayreon- Comatose
Afro-Celt Sound System- Rise
Genesis- The Grand Parade of Lifeless Packaging
Genesis- Visions of Angels
Steve Hillage- Meditation of the Snake
The Moody Blues- The Voice
Frost*- Hyperventilate
Marillion- The Space
Umphrey's McGee- Wizard Burial Ground
Muse- Knights of Cydonia
Spock's Beard- Beware of Darkness
Ozric Tentacles- Plasmoid
California Guitar Trio- Pathways
Robert Plant- Darkness Darkness
Little Atlas- Home
Arena- Crack in the Ice
ELP- Mars, Bringer of War
The Flower Kings- Monster Within
Santana- Transmutation/Industrial
Ghost Circus- Through the Darkness
Yngwie Malmsteem- Trilogy Suite OP. 5
Steve Vai- I'm Becoming
Godfrey Townsend- Long, Misty Bridge
Ghost Circus- The Sea of Shadows
Yes- Run Through the Light
Genesis- Los Endos
Carptree- This is Home
Explosions in the Sky- First Breath After Coma
ELO- I'm Alive
Yes- Give Love Each Day
Rush- Closer to the Heart
Gov't Mule- Soulshine

The Blind Boys of Alabama- Higher Ground
Umphrey's McGee- Sweetness
Billy Sherwood et al- Where We Belong

****Next Week:Show 101- History of Prog Pt 8 and the Debut of the new Cammora album. Send your 1970-71 requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****For this months book club selection we will be focusing on the works of William Blake****

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 #71 on: March 05, 2008, 06:12:14 am »
Hi there gang.  Another great show is wending its way down the ether lines to the dividing line archive room.  So go to www.thedividingline.com/ss in about an hour or so, and you can get your very own copy to listen to.  This week we take a look at 4 of the great progressive albums of 1970, we have a listen to the new Clive Nolan/Agnieszka Kulpiriska project "She" (a dramatc Prog opera based on the novel of the same name by H Rider Haggard), we celebrate the birthday of Jerry B, and we lose the skyline with Porcupine Tree's recent in store performance from Orlando.  Altogether this is one hell of a ride. 

Next week- Does humour belong in progressive rock?  We will find out!

SHOW #101 HIstory of Prog Pt 8 - Mar 4,2008
David Bowie- Changes

****History Pt 8****
Led Zeppelin- Immigrant Song
Led Zeppelin- Hey Hey What Can I Do
Led Zeppelin- Out on the Tiles
Led Zeppelin- That's the Way
Gentle Giant- Giant
Gentle Giant- Alucard
Gentle Giant- Nothing At All
Gentle Giant- Wny Not
Pink Floyd- Atom Heart Mother Suite
Pink Floyd- If
Pink Floyd- Summer 68
Pink Floyd- Fat Old Sun
Genesis- Looking for Someone
Genesis- Dusk
Genesis- The Knife

****The Dividing Line Debut of Caamora's 'She'  http://caamora.net ****
Overture
The Storm
The Veil
Covenant of Faith
Rescue
The Lost City
The Bonding
Ambush
Judgement
History
Confrontation
Vigil

****Happy Birthday Jerry B****
California Guitar Trio- Beethovens 9th
Jethro Tull- Too Old to Rock 'n'Roll, Too Young To Die

Factory of Dreams- Sight of a Better Universe
Simon Says- The Chosen One

****Porcupine Tree: We Lost The Skyline****
The Sky Moves Sideways
Stars Die
Lazarus
Trains

****Next Week:Show 102- Does Humour Belong in Progressive Rock?. Send your side splitting requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****For this months book club selection we will be focusing on the works of William Blake****

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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #72 on: March 26, 2008, 09:07:46 am »
In this weeks episode we take a look at the blues through the kaleidoscopic eye of progressive rock. Many progressive bands have roots in the blues and we will check out about 2 hours worth of them. Also we look at music that has been inspired by William Blake in this months version of the book club.

Next week- We return to 1970 as we continue our progressive rock history lessons. We will also have new music from Parsons influenced "Rubber Universe" with their new album "Parliament of Fooles", and also Australian Prog Rockers Cosmic Nomads. Plus lots of other great new music, so do not miss it.

Here is this weeks set

Openers:

Yes- Without Hope You Cannot Start the Day
Izz- Coming Like Light
Monty Python- Finland Song (based on discussions in chat)
Phideaux- Formaldehyde
Touchstone- Shadow
Touchstone- Winter Coast Instrumental
Touchstone- Ocean Down
Prog Blues Set:

John Lee Hooker & Carlos Santana- The Healer
Niacin- Sugar Blues
Colosseum- Backwater Blues
Fractal- The Great Pain
Led Zeppelin- Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
Pink Blues:

Pink Floyd- Shine On You Crazy Diamond
David Gilmour- Cry From the Street
B.B. King w/David Gilmour- Criyin' Won't Help You Babe
Pink Floyd- Seamus
Pink Floyd- Fat Old Sun
Snowy White & the White Flames w/David Gilmour- Love, Pain, & Sorrow
Pink Floyd- Shine on You Crazy Diamond
More Proggy Blues:

Peter Gabriel- Waiting for the Big One
Jethro Tull- Stormy Monday Blues
Led Zeppelin- In My Time of Dying
The Allman Brothers Band- In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
The Book Club: William Blake

ELP- Jerusalem
Genesis- Supper's Ready
Tangerine Dream- Tyger
Tangerine Dream- Smile
Yes- Machine Messiah
Roger Waters- Watching TV
Closing Set:

Blue Floyd- Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
The Moody Blues- Blue World
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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #73 on: April 01, 2008, 11:42:10 pm »
Soundscape #104 History of Prog #9

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In this weeks episode we explore 3 great Progressive albums from November of 1970: Curved Air's- Air Conditioning, Mcdonald & Giles, and Emerson Lake & Palmers debut. We also have a short jam session that will give you another chance to check out the "Blue Floyd". Finally, we explore 2 great new bands: The Alan Parsons influenced "Rubber Universe" with their new album "Parliament of Fools", and Australian proggers, "Cosmic Nomads" offer up their "Millenium Tocatta".

Next week, we will explore some of my favorite songs from The Alan Parsons project, plus we will explore some other recent new additions to the prog canon. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com

Opening Set:

Talking Heads- Road to Nowhere
Rush- Roll the Bones
Erik Norlander- Prologue: Project Blue Prince
Erik Norlander- Return of the Neurosaur
Erik Norlander- Project Blue Prince Reprise
String Driven Thing- Heartfeeder
Alan Parsons- Rubber Universe
November 1970:

Curved Air- It Happened Today
Curved Air- Vivaldi
Curved Air- Situations
Curved Air- Propositions
Mcdonald & Giles- Suite in C Including Turnham Green
McDonald & Giles- Tomorrow's People- The Children of Today
Mcdonald & Giles- Birdman Suite
Jam Session:

Blue Floyd- In the Flesh/Sheep
Widespread Panic- Space Wrangler
Wilco- Either Way
Rubber Universe's "Parliament of Fooles"

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Madness in Slumberland
Let Me Rule Your Heart
We Insist
Nine Minutes till Midnight
Parliament of Fooles
Cosmic Nomads "Millenium Tocatta"

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Millenium Tocatta II
The Engulfed Forest
Trolltog- Long are the Ages
Closing Song: Porcupine Tree- Fear of a Blank Planet


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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #74 on: April 09, 2008, 10:28:30 am »
Welcome fellow sound surfers- This week we feature 5 new Prog bands for you listening approval, and a set of the amazing Alan Parsons.  www.thedividingline.com/ss
Next week we will return to the Soundscape Library and check in on music influenced by the late great Arthur C Clarke.  If you have any favorite pieces that you believe are influenced by Clarke drop me a line.  Also I am still cobbling together our first Travel Velocity episode which will feature a trip to Finland via music.  If you have any suggestions for this show, send them to woody@thedividingline.com
Opening Set:
Little Atlas- Symbiosis
The Reasoning- Fallen Angels
Nosound- Places Remained
The Road- All Time
Ghost Circus- Reflection
Ghost Circus- Pathway
Muse- Hysteria
Jaugernaut: www.myspace.com/jaugernautad
Anthem
Better Living Thru Anarchy
The Hard Way
Frost- Black Light Machine (by request)
Bushwhack: www.bushwhackmusic.com
Sea of Tranquility
Sever the Sky
Sirens
Monty Python- Bruce's (after an outbreak of Brucing in chat)
Kingfisher Sky: www.kingfishersky.co.uk
The Craving
Through My Eyes
Big Fish
Alan Parsons Set:
Games People Play
We Play the Game (request)
Eagle Will Rise Again (request)
I Robot
I Wouldn't Want to Be Like You
Standing on Higher Ground
Urbania
One Good Reason
Blown by the Wind
Psychobabble
Don't Let it Show (request)
Panic Room: www.panicroom.org.uk
Elektra City
Endgame (Speed of Life)
Apocalypstick
Thieves Kitchen: www.thieveskitchen.co.uk
The Long Fianchetto
Returglas
Kevin Gilbert- The Way Back Home

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