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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #30 on: April 11, 2007, 06:17:33 am »
A little early for Earth day as I somehow crossed it with Tax Day...oh well

In this episode you will hear new music from Umphreys McGee, Knight Area, and Marillion.  Also for those of you enjoying the song of the week, this week we explore Terrapin Station by the Grateful Dead.

Next week, Kidscape!  The idea is to a childs primer to prog rock, nut we can also hang with childlike titles such as Harold the Barrel and so forth.  I would love to hear your suggestions for this theme.  Also we will talk to the band Kite, as we explore the song of the week.  See you all next time.

SHOW #56 Earthscape- April 11, 2007
****Earthscape****
Merl Saunders- Blues from the Rainforest w/Jerry Garcia
Ayreon- The First Man on Earth (For Shepard)
World Party- Ship of Fools
Marillion- Seasons End (For Franklin)
ABWH- Vultures
Blackfield- Cloudy Now
RPWL- Hole in the Sky
Alice Cooper- Brutal Planet (for John)
Rusted Root- Cruel Sun
Toy Matinee- Last Plane Out
Styx- These are the Times
Devin Townsend- Earth Day (For Tasha)
Acoustic Syndicate- Terra Firma
Grateful Dead- We Can Run
Marillion- The Last Century for Man
Pendragon- Last Man on Earth (For Shepard)
Porcupine Tree- Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth before it is Recycled (Several Suggestions)
Von Frickle- Terra Firma Exodus
Orchestra- Before we go

***Song of the Week****
Grateful Dead- Terrapin Station
Grateful Dead- Mock Turtle Jam

Umphrey's McGee- Bright Lights, Big City
Umphrey's McGee- Higgins
Umphreys McGee- Dividions
Knight Area- A Different Man
Knight Area- Dreamweaver
Marillion- Somewhere Else

****Next week- Kidscape:A Childs Guide to Prog! Ideas, drop me a line at woody@thedividingline.com****




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Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42

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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #31 on: April 18, 2007, 02:34:21 am »
The wonderful thing about Soundscape is that I am the only one (sing as if it was the Tigger song)!
The Booty-- New Knight Area, Marillion, The Watch, Sympozion
Stowaways- Kite with Interview for song of the week
The Crew- Jam Session with special Umphrey's & Adrian Belew team-up, Kidscape for the child in your heart
 
Next week- We return to the library for music that is connected to literature.  There are still quite a few books on the shelf.  Please send in your suggestions for this theme, there are many that I have not yet discovered.
 
Also be sure and drop by my blogspace for insight into this weeks show as well as links to the music I have offered
www.myspace.com/soundscape42
 
SHOW #58 Kidscape- April 18, 2007
Umphrey's McGee- The Bottom Half
Greylevel- Sojourn
Sympozion- Patterns
Izz- My River Flows
The Onion
Angelique Kidjo- Salala with Peter Gabriel
Pete Townshend- Uniforms (Corp D'Esprit)

***Jam Session***
moe.- Spine of a Dog
Phish- Foam
Underground Orchestra- Sockit
Umphreys McGee- I am the Walrus (w/Adrian Belew)
Umphreys McGee- Red (w/Adrian Belew)
Umphreys McGee- Thela Hun Ginjeet (w/Adrian Belew)

Knight Area- Exit L.U.M.C.
Knight Area- Under a New Sign
Onion Radio News
Knight Area- A Different Man Pt2

***Song of the Week****
Kite- If You Were Dead
Kite Interview
Kite- Fire Escape
Kite- The Remains

The Watch- Sound of Sirens
The Watch- When I was a Tree
The Watch- Soaring On

Marillion- Most Toys
Marillion- No Such Thing
Marillion- The Wound

****Kidscape****
Supertramp- Dreamer (for Unix & El Bothy)
Gentle Giant- Cogs in Cogs (for Ben 2112)
The Beatles- Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite
Frank Zappa- Don't Eat the Yellow Snow (for Steven)
The Move- I like my Toys
Jethro Tull- Mother Goose
The Dukes of the Stratosphear- The Mole from the Ministry
Klaatu- Sir Bodsworth Ruggersby III (For PantaCruelGruel)
Fish- Apeman
Rush- The Body Electric (for StyLaZin)
David Bowie- Kooks
Echolyn- Winterthru (for Uroboros)
Steve Hillage- Sea Nature (for Elecktrik Gypsy)
Marillion- Kayleigh (for Ralph) fades out show

****Next week: We return to the library for songs inspired by books ****
****Please send your suggestions to woody@thedividingline.com ****
****And don't forget to drop by my blogspot over at www.myspace.com/soundscape42****
****for show notes and other bits of info about Soundscape ****



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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #32 on: April 25, 2007, 05:28:34 am »
Sometimes the universe offers up something amazing and organic that just flows and takes you away to distant places.  This show is one of those times.  You should go and download it and see what I mean. 
 
Highlights- New music from The Road, Galactic in the Jam Session, Riverside's song of the week, and our theme Return to the Library with lots of great literature inspired prog.
 
I had so many wonderful suggestions from you guys that I could not get to everything.  But, I decided that we should have a regular book club.  Each month I will anounce a new book (do not call me Oprah) that has inspired some, or several pieces of progressive music that we will explore at the end of the month.  This month's selection is John Gardener's "Grendel" which we will check out at the end of May.  So make your way to your local store and ask the person at the info desk if they have that new book for the Soundscape Book Club.  When they look perplexed, you should say, "Oh you know, that progressive radio show everyone's talking about" (say this with as southern a drawl as you can- if you do not know how, just add a syllable to every word).  You can then of ocourse tell them about the show, how much you love it, and how much they should listen to it.  Then they will tell 2 friends, and so on lol.
 
Next week-  Criminal Prog
Please send your suggestions for progressive songs about crime, murder, theft, rape, assault, speeding, selling, and whatever have you.
 
And 2 weeks from now (finally) Contradictascape (upbeat music with sad meaning, downbeat music with happy meaning)
 
Thanks for checking out the show!
 
SHOW #59 Return to the Library- April 25, 2007
Klaatu- We're Off You Know
Cryptic Vision- This Dream Pt 1
Cryptic Vison- Common Ground
The Watch- Two Paces
For Absent Friends- Stick Around
Arena- Solomon (For Joel)

The Road- Someone Like Me
The Road- All Time
The Road- One Small Kindness
The Road- The Gift

****Back to the Library****
The Alan Parsons Project- The Tell Tale Heart (inspred by Edgar Allen Poe)- several requests
Steve Hackett- Narnia (inspired by CS Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia)
Camel- Nimrodel (inspired by Tolkien's Silmarillion)- For Duncan
George Carlin- The Book Club
Gentle Giant- Knots (inspired by RD Laing's Knots)
Farpoint- Nevermore (inspired by Stephen King's Wizards and Glass from the Darktower Series)- For Kevin
Kansas- Icarus-Borne on Wings of Steel (inspired by Ovid's Metapmorphoses)
Peter Hammill- This Side of the Looking Glass (inspired by Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass)
The Onion Radio News
Echolyn- Letters: My Dear Wormwood (CS Lewis' Screwtape Letters)
Vanden Plas- Christo (Count of Monte Christo by Alexander Dumas)- For Simon
Ayreon- Abbey of Synn (Umberto Eco's The Name of the Rose)
Frameshift- Above the Grass (Life, the Universe, & Everything by Douglas Adams)
Kate Bush- Wuthering Heights (Bronte's Wuthering Heights)- For Kevin
Pinnacle- The Life in a Year (Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost)- For Greg
Transatlantic- Bridge Across Forever (inspired by both Bridges of Madison County by Robert Waller and Bridge Across Forever by Richard Bach)

****Song of the Week****
Riverside- Second Life Syndrome

****Jam Session****
Jemimah Puddleduck- U Can Stay but th'Noize Mus Go
The Onion Radio News
Galactic- Doublewide
Galactic- Whole Lotta Love
The Grapes- Salvation

****Special Thanks to all of the folks who gave input to this theme it has inspired a new section for the show****
****The Soundscape Bookclub will explore one piece of literature based music at the end of every month****
****This Months Selection will be John Gardner's Grendel, so please go to your local bookstore and ask them for****
****The newest book for Soundscape's Book Club- you know that radio show that everyone is listening to****

****Next week: Criminal Prog (songs about Crime from your favortie artists), also song of the week with Ghost Circus, and more great tunes for your indulgence****

****Recomendations and comments are welcome at woody@thedividingline.com or www.myspace.com/soundscape42 ****




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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #33 on: May 02, 2007, 02:32:21 am »
SHOW #60 Crime in Prog, May 1, 2007
Enchant- Paint the Picture
Puppet Show- On Second Thought
Neal Schon- Timeless Motion
Amarok- Ishak the Fisherman
House of Not- Ol Phat Fok

Antimatter- Planetary Confinement
Antimatter- The Weight of the World
Antimatter- Relapse
Antimatter- Legions

****Crime in Prog****
Genesis- Robbery Assault and Battery (several requests)
Kate Bush- There Goes a Tenner (for Paolo)
Styx- Renegade
Salem Hill- Stolen by Ghosts (several requests)
Supertramp- Crime of the Century (for Walter)
Peter Gabriel- Intruder (several requests)
King Crimson- Fallen Angel (for Fassbinder)
Gazpacho- Substitute for Murder
Marillion- Assassing (for Flavio)
Muse- Assassin
Von Frickle- Antiparticle Assassin
Queensryche- Murderer?
Age of Nemesis- Forgive me my Foolish Crime
The Onion Radio News

****Anubis Spire- The World****
Anubis Spire- Adrift
Anubis Spire- Tombs on the Hill
Anubis Spire- Down Here
Anubis Spire- All Perception is Wrong
Anubis Spire- Western Wall

****Song of the Week****
Ghost Circus- Mass Suggestion- parts 1 & 2
Interview with Chris Brown of Ghost Circus
Ghost Circus- Change of Heart
Ghost Circus- Accelerate

Porcupine Tree- Way out of Here
Douglas Adams- Marvin Rotating (for Mark)
Porcupine Tree- Anesthetize
Porcupine Tree- Sleep Together

Santanna- Transmutation/Industrial

****Next week: Songs of Contradiction- email me with songs inwhich melody and lyric seem to contradict one another****

****The Soundscape Bookclub will explore one piece of literature based music at the end of every month****
****This Months Selection will be John Gardner's Grendel, so please go to your local bookstore and ask them for****
****The newest book for Soundscape's Book Club- you know that radio show that everyone is listening to****

****For more detailed info about this weeks show please check out the blog over at www.myspace.com/soundscape42****

****Recomendations and comments are welcome at woody@thedividingline.com or www.myspace.com/soundscape42 ****


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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #34 on: May 09, 2007, 07:57:08 am »
Another fine broadcast from the fellow who brought you the prog house, and back to the library.  Actually it was a very fun show with new music all over the place and of course that crazy theme idea Contradictascape in which song lyrics and music do not quite match up.  Also a nice interview with Rob Cottingham from Touchstone as we dig into the mysteries of the Mad Hatter's Song. 
 
Next week: I simply want to know what your favorite bass line in prog rock is.  I know there are so many to choose from but lets bass it out and see what sticks.
 
Thanks for checking out the show!
 
SHOW #61 Contradictascape, May 8, 2007
Oingo Boingo- Pain

Abigail's Ghost- Waiting Room
Abigail's Ghost- Dead People's Review
Abigail's Ghost- Cerulean Blue
The Onion Radio News
Kite- Up to the Dark

Jack Foster III- One Dark Angel
Jack Foster III- Broken Hallelujah
Jack Foster III- Limbo and Flux

Rush- Faithless
Rush- The Main Monkey Business
Rush- The Larger Bowl- (A Pantoum)

****Contradictascape****
Marillion- A Legacy
Trevor Rabin- Sorrow-Your Heart (Suggested by Greg Jones)
Red House Painters- Long Distance Runaround
A.C.T.- Torn by a Phrase (suggested by Man Overboard)
Foxtrot Zulu- A Pretty Perfect God Damned Day
Fish- Internal Exile (Suggested by Vince)
Kate Bush- Mother Stands for Comfort (Suggested by Paolo Benees)
The Beatles- Maxwell's Silver Hammer (Suggested by Acosta Fulano)
Blackfield- Lullaby (Suggested by Urobouros)
Jack Foster III- Worst Enemy
Alan Parsons Project- Oh Life (There Must Be More)
Porcupine Tree- Blackest Eyes (Suggested by Stephen Carl)
Fish- Tilted Cross (Suggested by Flavio)

****Lyrical Spelunking (formerly known as Song of the Week)****
Touchstone- Mad Hatter's Song
Interview with Rob Cottingham of Touchstone
Touchstone- Hear Me
Touchstone- Misguided Fool

Canvas- The Spectacle
Canvas- Armchair Voyager
Canvas- A Reptile Dysfunction

****Jam Session****
Solar Circus- Come the Daybreak
Parallel 23- Attack of the Mudbugs
Parallel 23- Bohemia After Dark
Parallel 23- Mali Dub
Quactus- The Journey
Dave Matthews Band- All Along the Watchtower
moe.- The Pit
Keller Williams Incident- Best Feeling

****Next weeks show will have a pretty easy theme: What is your favorite bass line in a prog song****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Grendel by John Gardner, if you read ****
****you might better understand the song Grendel by Marillion. You can pick this up at just about****
****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 #35 on: May 16, 2007, 04:44:20 pm »
A really fun show for you here with a lot of your favorite bass players...had to leave out a whole bunch though wahhh!  Also very nice interview with The Watch during our Lyrical Spelunking section.  More notes in the blog over at www.myspace.com/soundscape42
 
Next week will just be a cleanup episode: lots of new music, an extended Jam session, and some leftovers from previous themes.  It will be a lot of fun and I will look forward to seeing you all in chat lol.  The archive can be found here: it will be up by noon.  www.thedividingline.com/ss
 
 


SHOW #62 Basscape, May 8, 2007
***Basscape Pt 1****
Victor Wooten- Bass Tribute
Led Zeppelin- Ramble On (Suggested by Puma)
Knight Area- Dreamweaver (Check out Koopman's amazing rolling bass)
Eloy- Incarnation of the Logos (Suggested by Eckhart)
Jethro Tull- Bouree (Suggested by Several in honor of Whistler)
Deep Purple- Fireball (Suggested by Floydoid)
Pain of Salvation- Circles & Nightmist (Suggested by Yface1 but a lot of suggestions were made for Pain of Salvation)
Liquid Tension Experiment- Universal Mind (Suggested by Ahmadbarqawi)
Porcupine Tree- The Start of Something Beautiful (Many requests for Ptree)
Marillion- Quartz (My own favorite, see also Chelsea Monday)
Frank Zappa- Florentine Pogen (Quite a few Zappa Suggestions)
Pink Floyd- One of These Days (Simply Roger..see also Money, and CWTAE)
Primus- My Name is Mud (Multiple Requests for Les, too many good choices)
Mitch Hedberg- Business Cards
Genesis- No Reply At All (Suugested by Zymurge)
Weather Report- Teen Town (How can you go wrong with Jaco)
Yes- Roundabout (This song recieved the most support in this theme)
Rush- The Big Money (So much Geddy so little time)
Camel- Skylines (Suggested by Melomaniac--Richard Sinclair means Thunder)
The Onion Radio News
Metallica- Orion (suggested by East of Lyra)
The Who- The Real Me (Suggested by John K)

****Lyrical Spelunking: The Watch-Primitive****
The Watch- Sound of Sirens
Interview with Antonio De Sarno
The Watch- The Border
Interview with Antonio De Sarno
The Watch- Two Paces to the Rear
Interview with Simone Rosetti
The Watch- Soaring On
Interview with Antonio De Sarno

****Basscape Pt 2****
Queen- Another One Bites the Dust (Suggested by 1800iareyay)
King Crimson- Elephant Talk (Suggested by John- see also Larks Tongue in Aspic and Starless)
Rush- YYZ (Second most suggested bassline)
Firesign Theatre- I was a cock-teaser for roosterama
Yes- Does it Really Happen (Suggested by Atexcac, see also Tempus Fugit)
Tool- Forty Six and Two (suggested by Speakerfish)
The Police- Demolition Man (suggested by Zymurge, see also Spirits in the Material World)

****Jam Session****
Weir & Wasserman- The Winners
Gov't Mule- Babylon Turnpike (sweet undertow from Alphonso Johnson)
Gov't Mule- Banks of the Deep End (Mike Gordon laying down the roadwork)
Les Claypool's Flying Frog Brigade- Riddles are Abound Tonight (Just damn cool, good suggestion John)
Victor Wooten- Bass Tribute (Reprise)


****Next week will be a make up show with lots of new tunes, an extended jam session, and some leftovers from previous themes.****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Grendel by John Gardner, if you read ****
****you might better understand the song Grendel by Marillion. You can pick this up at just about****
****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 #36 on: May 23, 2007, 08:13:22 am »
I needed a week off of the theme thingy, but the music will still be a lot of fun.  Lots of new stuff and some cutting room floor moments.
 
Next weeks theme comes to us from Greg Jones (listener and Pinnacle drummer):
"I had an idea for a show "theme" and thought I'd share it with
you - if you don't want to do it, I'd understand. Just wanted to share
the idea.

All prog fans lament the fact that our stuff once ruled the airwaves
(or at least held its own with all the other stuff) - and I always
hear progfans complain about new stuff that comes out and doesn't get
any airplay in today's market. Who among us HASN'T said or thought
"Why, THAT song is SO HOOKY, that if they only LET the public HEAR it,
the band would be HUGE and start having HITS!"
 
So this is what I want from you guys: If you were to pick songs that should have made airplay, but did not due to the fact that radio has been contemplating its own navel for the last 20 years, this send me your suggestions. I look forward to your suggestions.  Until that time sate yourself with this setlist.
 
SHOW #63 No Theme, May 22, 2007
Roger Daltrey- Under a Raging Moon (For Ralph)

****Circus of Life****
Magic Pie- Circus of Life Pt 1- Welcome
Magic PIe- Circus of Life Pt 2- Freakshow
Magic Pie- Circus of Life Pt 3- What If...
Magic Pie- Circus of life Pt 4- Trick of the Mind
Magic Pie- Circus of life Pt 5- The Clown

****Basscape cutting floor****
Pain of Salvation- Idioglossia
Dream Theatre- Ytse Jam
Primus- Tommy the Cat
The Onion Radio News
The Mars Volta- Eriatarka
Vanden Plas- Nightwalker

Virgin Black- ...And I am Suffering
Virgin Black- Domine
Virgin Black- Rest Eternal

****Some Favorites****
Porcupine Tree- Fear of a Blank Planet
Invisigoth- No Quarter
Dr. Science- About Captain Crunch
Von Frickle- Kablam!
Kite- Incineration

At War With Self- 911
At War With Self- Ursa Minor
At War With Self- Martyr
Pinnacle- Built for Speed (dedicated to Eliza Dushku)
Firesign Theater- Dr. X's Secondhand Drugs
Alan Parsons Project- No Answer only Questions

****Jam Session****
Dave Matthews & Friends- Dodo
Dave Matthews & Friends- Thing
Dave Matthews & Friends- Hey Bulldog
Dave Matthews & Friends- Bathtub Gin
Afroskull- Space Chicken
Afroskull- Dance of the Wild Holga
Afroskull- In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Wasserman, Brickell, & Garcia- Zillionaire

****Next week: What if Prog still made Radio?****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Grendel by John Gardner, if you read ****
****you might better understand the song Grendel by Marillion. You can pick this up at just about****
****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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Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
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Re: Soundscape
« Reply #37 on: May 30, 2007, 06:59:31 am »
I had this amazing blog entry that would detail and direct you to all of the great music to be foudn here within, but I hit the back button, and to the ethereal winds they did go.  Despite that amazing frustration, I here make note that the show is upn and ready for your perusal.  The blog will come later after I clear the tears from the keyboard.

Next weeks theme will be :Pirates.  With the current Piratemania sweeping us around, what better way to enjoy it than to focus on progressive pirating songs.  So send me your suggestions or walk the plank.  Yes I already have ELP, but I am keen to hear whatever else you may offer.  I may expand it to sailing in general if there is not as many as I would like, but I have the feeling that it is all out there.

SHOW #64 No Theme, May 29, 2007
The Reasoning- Awakening

John Wetton & Geoff Downes- The Die is Cast
John Wetton & Geoff Downes- To Catch a Thief
John Wetton & Geoff Downes- Rubicon
Journey- Rubicon
Alan Parsons- La Sagrada Familia
Touchstone- One Shot
GPS- New Jerusalem

****Alternate Reality Radio- Courtesy of Greg Jones****
Marillion- Hooks in You
IZZ- Spinnin' Round
Echolyn- The Cheese Stands Alone (Suggested by Wade)
The Onion Radio News
Dream Theater- Surrounded
Kino- Leave a Light On (suggested by Rushfan)
King Crimson- Indiscipline
Big Lebowski- The Rug (explicit)
King's X- Goldilox (reprise)
Porcupine Tree- Four Chords That Made a MIllion
Marillion- Map of the World (For Suzi)
Rocket Scientists- Forever Night
Clip from Office Space
Cobweb Strange- Currents of Nightshade (suggested by Wade)
Blackfield- Once (suggested by Rushfan)
Spock's Beard- June
Emo Phillips- Duck Billed Platitudes
Porcupine Tree- Trains
King Crimson- Dinosaur (live)

Magellan- Innocent God
Magellan- Who to Believe
Magellan- Sea of Details

Dream Aria- Sungoddess
Dream Aria-
Firesign Theatre- Deputy Dan Has No Friends
Dream Aria- Spanish Nights

****Jam Session****
The Blue Method- Spinning
The Blue Method- In the Running
Dr Science- Care Free Gum
Blue Method- Let Me See You
George Clinton & Parliament- Supergroovalisticposifuntistic
Umphreys McGee- Utopian Fir
Umphreys McGee- Bright Lights
Umphreys McGee- Utopian Fir

****Next week: Piratescape- send your suggestions for Pirate Prog goodness to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Grendel by John Gardner, if you read ****
****you might better understand the song Grendel by Marillion. You can pick this up at just about****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol. We will definitely be checking this out next week****

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 #38 on: June 05, 2007, 08:44:45 pm »
Here ya go Mateys!  Twas a fine show full of mirth and rum and sea shanties from the heavens. 
 
Also in this episode we launch the Soundscape book club with Grendel!
 
Next week: What is Summer Prog?  Are their prog pieces that remind you of summer?  Perhaps some that speak of summer?  Jot em down and drop me a line. 
 
SHOW #65 Piratescape, June 5, 2007
Hans Zimmer- Hoist the Colors
Emerson, Lake & Palmer- Pirates
King Crimson- Sailors Tale (Suggested by william314159)
Styx- Boat on the River (suggested by Ivan_Melgar_M)
Allman Brothers Band- Sailin Cross the Devils Sea
Jethro Tull- Flying Dutchman (suggested by Curtis)
Nektar- Tab in the Ocean (suggested by Andu)
The Onion Radio News
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band- Tomahawk Kid (Suggested by Chaos)
Kansas- Point of Know Return (suggested by Ivan_Melgar_M)
Procol Harum- A Salty Dog (suggested by Atkingani)
Ween- She Wanted to Leave (suggested by Harry Hood)
Tom Smith w/Steve Jackson & Luke Ski- Talk Like a Pirate Day
Ayreon- Dragon on the Sea
Robert Plant- Ship of Fools
Tractor- Lost on the Ocean
Pinnacle- The Deepest Sea
Grateful Dead- Lost Sailor
Grateful Dead- Saint of Circumstance
Alan Parsons- Siren Song
Jethro Tull- Queen and Country (Suggested by Whistler)
Eddie Izzard- Parrots
Styx- Pieces of Eight
Tempest- Captain Kidd
Grand Funk Railroad- I'm Your Captain
The Onion Radio News
Gentle Giant- Wreck (suggested by Curtis & Oddentity)
Pink Floyd- Marooned

****Soundscape Book Club #1 John Gardeners "Grendel"****
Marillion- Grendel

Frost*- Here is the News (ELO cover big thanks to Walter)

****Jam Session****
Widespread Panic- Barstools & Dreamers
Widespread Panic- Impossible/Jam
Widespread Panic- Drums

****Next week: Summerscape- send your suggestions for Summer Prog to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl 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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« Reply #39 on: June 12, 2007, 08:41:25 pm »
Nice new music from Amaran's Plight and The Beardeds Project, a new feature called Metal Moment which dips into some of my current favorite prog metal, the summer theme, and a nice bouncy jam session, all await your virgin ears at www.thedividingline.com/ss

Next week I am going to feature favorite Chris Squire songs.  If you have anything that sticks out as something you would like to hear, drop me a line and I will drop it in the mix.

SHOW #66 Summerscape, June 12, 2007
XTC- Summer's Cauldron
XTC- Grass

The Bearded's Project- Glistening Dawn- The End of Childohood
The Bearded's Project- Futile- Frontier Planet
Dr Science- About Right and Left Wing Gorillas
The Bearded's Project- Projection- It Won't Last Forever

Amaran's Plight- Reflections Pt1
Amaran's Plight- Incident at Haldeman's Lake
Amaran's Plight- Shattered Dreams
Amaran's Plight- Reflections Pt2

****Metal Moment****
Invisigoth- Stripsearch
Threshold- Elusive
Pain of Salvation- People Passing by
Khallice- Stuck

****Summerscape****
Wetton/Downes- Summer
The Flaming Lips- The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song
Caravan- In the Land of Grey and Pink (suggested by Blazno)
Yes- Hold On (suggested by StyLaZin)
My Morning Jacket- Wordless Chorus
Steve Hackett- Spectral Mornings (suggested by Proggy)
The Onion Radio News
Gentle Giant- Who Do You Think You Are (suggested by Badabec)
Yes- I've Seen All Good People (suggested by Scizoid_man77)
ELO- Mr Blue Sky
Bolt- Summer
Rush- Mission
Genesis- I Know What I like (In your Wardrobe)- suggested by Badabec
Jethro Tull- Summerday Sands (suggested by Curtis)
Leon Russell- Back to the Island

****Jam Session****
Merle Saunders- Lovely Night for Dancing
Toots & The Maytalls w/Jeff Beck- 54-46 Was My Number
moe.- Crab Eyes
Queen- I'm in Love with My Car (suggested by StyLaZin)
Bohemian Rhapsody Star Trek Parody
Bruce Hornsby- Cruise Control w/Jerry Garcia on Guitar
moe.- The Road
Camel- Summer Lightning (suggested by Progger58)
ELO- Summer and Lightning

****Next week: Know What I Mean Squire- a set devoted to the Bass stylings of Chris Squire. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl 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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« Reply #40 on: June 19, 2007, 06:24:37 pm »
This weeks show is full of Chris Squire goodness.  Also check out new music from Discanto, Ian Parry and Godfrey Townsend.  The archive will be up in the next hour so after that have at it.  In the meantime I again ask for your input:  What is the happiest prog song you know of?  This is a theme that emerges out of discussions over at www.progarchives.com Send me your ideas and I will try to create a set of happy prog.  Also if this weeks show intrigues you, or if you just want a healthy dose of woodyism, jump over to my blog at www.myspace.com/soundscape42

SHOW #67 Know What I Mean Squire, June 19, 2007
Yes- Something's Coming

****A Nearly Speechless Set****
Speechless- The Big Majestic
Martin Orford- Fusion
Marillion- Circular Ride
Dr. Science- About Women
Rush- The Main Monkey Business

****Know What I Mean Squire Pt 1****
Buggles- Adventures in Modern Recording****
Yes- Tempus Fugit
Conspiracy- New World
Rick Wakeman- Catherine of Aragon
Monty Python- Nudge Nudge
Yes- America
XYZ- track 1 sample
Yes- Mind Drive
The Onion Radio News
World Trade- Say Goodbye
Squire, White, Sherwood- Comfortably Numb

****What's New****
Discanto- Aldebaran
Discanto- Taurus
Discanto- Idra
Discanto- Cancer
Discanto- Leo

Godfrey Townsend- Easy Journey to Other Planets
Godfrey Townsend- Long, Misty Bridge
Godfrey Townsend- Whitefeather
Alan Parsons Live Project- Don't Let it Show

Ian Parry- Nowhere Fast
Ian Parry- Neverland
Ian Parry- Made in Heaven

****KNow What I Mean Squire Pt2****
Yes- No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed
Yes- Awaken
Firesign Theatre- Chinchilla Show
Chris Squire- Silently Falling
Yes Interview with Bob Coburn
Yes- Endless Dream
Gov't Mule- Sun Dance w/Chris Squire
The Syn- Golden Age
Yes- Face to Face

****Next week:Happyprog- what are some of the happiest songs in all progdom? Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl 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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« Reply #41 on: June 27, 2007, 07:31:47 am »
Roller Coster time kiddies.  Lets see Happyprog, on air protest, jumps across the years, the producers, Ziltoid the Omniscient, Immune, Jam session, ranting from the DJ.. a fun if discombobulating show!  Check it out, put it in your ears:

"I am so Omniscient, if there were 2 Omnisicnences I would be both"- Ziltoid The Omniscient

SHOW #69 Happyprog, June 26, 2007
****Happyprog Set I****
The Beatles- All Together Now
Yes- Wondrous Stories
Caravan- In the Land of Grey and Pink
Hatfield & the North- Share It
Roine Stolt- The Flower King
The Moody Blues- The Morning: Another Morning
Peter Hamill- Happy
Marillion- Market Square Heroes
Explosions in the Sky- First Breath After Coma edit
The Decemberists- We Both Go Down Together
Sigur Ros- Hoppipola
Air- Kelly Watch the Stars
The Onion Radio News
Bjork- It's Oh So Quiet
Caravan- Memory Lain Hugh

Devin Townsend- ZTO
Devin Townsend- By Your Command
Devin Townsend- Planet Smasher
Devin Townsend- Omnidimensional Creator
Devin Townsend- Color Your World
Dr Science- What Happened to Groovy Names
Rocket Scientists- Revolution Road
Immune- Human
Immune- Selling Screen
Immune- To the Flux
Godfrey Townsend- Narada Muni

****Jam Session****
Wilco- You Are My Face
Xavier Rudd- G.B.A.
Les Claypool- One Better
Angelique Kidjo- Gimme Shelter w/Joss Stone
Bob Newhart- Infinite Number of Monkees
The Bad Plus- Tom Sawyer
Tea Leaf Green- Taught to be Proud
Tea Leaf Green- Devil's Pay

Negativland- You Must Respect Copyright Law
5 minutes of Silence in Protest of the RIAA

****Happy Prog Set II****
The Producers- Freeway
Yes- Yours is no Disgrace
Firesign Theatre- The Giant Toad
Devin Townsend Band- Hypergeek
Gentle Giant- Free Hand (bad cut due to technical difficulties)
My Morning Jacket- Off the Record
Frank Zappa- Titties n Beer
PFM- Celebration
Phish- Sparkle
Billy Idol- Dancing with Myself
Scissor Sisters- I Don't Feel Like Dancing

Johnny Cash- We'll Meet Again (For my Grandpa)

****In 2 Weeks:Magicprog- Songs of Magic, and Sorcerey! Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl 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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« Reply #42 on: July 11, 2007, 08:26:44 am »
Magic, Ranting, and great music!  More detail at www.myspace.com/soundscape42 in my blogspace.  Next week we turn the friendly card for music about playing cards, and we bring in a huge bump of new artists.

SHOW #69 Magicscape, July 10, 2007
The Alan Parsons Project- Blown By The Wind

****Magicscape****
Eagles- Journey of the Sorceror
Uriah Heep- The Wizard (Suggested by Progismylife)
The Flaming Lips- The Wizard Turns On
Tempest- Wizards Walk
Rick Wakeman- Merlin the Magician (Suggested by Micky and John K)
Rush- The Necromancer (Suggested by Arcer and Abnegative)
Camel- The Nimrodel (Suggested by The Doctor)

****Metal Moment****
Witch- Seer (Suggested by John K)
Joe Stump- The Sorcerors Apprentice
Wolfmother- Witchcraft
Savatage- White Witch
Uriah Heep- The Magicians Birthday (Suggested by Progismylife)

Roine Stolt- The Magic Circus of Zeb
IQ- The Magic Roundabout
Rain- Light and Magic

****Favorites of the Moment****
Wetton & Downes- Finger on the Trigger
Porcupine Tree- Russia on Ice
The Onion Radio News
Erik Norlander- Starless
Rocket Scientists- Dream in Red (For Chaos)

****Lyrical Spelunking****
Fish- Vigil
Genesis- One for the Vine
Marillion- The Last Century for Man

Dr. Science- Are Humans and Banana Slugs the Only Animals That Sweat

****Jam Session****
Govt. Mule- Don't Step on the Grass Sam
Govt. Mule- Going Out West
Phish- I Wanna Be Like You (w/King Louis dialogue and Vaccuum Solo)
Keller Williams- You Are What You Eat

****Next Week:Songs from a Deck of Cards and Tons of new stuff. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl 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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« Reply #43 on: July 18, 2007, 06:37:18 am »
A fantastic show if I do say so myself.  Included is new music from Black Bonzo, Quodia, Frogg Cafe and Shadow Circus.  The centerpiece is the interview with Glenn Snelwar of "At War With Self" along with lots of examples of what the new album "Acts of God" is all about.  I abandoned the playing card theme for this week in hopes that I will be able to put it together for next week.  Please enjoy the show and let me know what you think.
 
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SHOW #70 At War With Self, July 17, 2007
King Crimson- Happy With What You Have To Be Happy With
Farpoint- Crying in the Rain
Atlantis- Forest Cathedral
The Watch- Berlin 1936

Black Bonzo- Thorns Upon a Crown
Black Bonzo- Iscariot
The Onion Radio News
Black Bonzo- Sound of the Apocalypse

Quodia- I Saw Two Hands
Quodia- Water Woman

****At War With Self Interview****
AWWS- Acts of God
Thinking Plague- Rapture of the Deep
Interview 1
AWWS- Refugee
Interview 2
AWWS- Ursa Minor
Interview 3
AWWS- No Place
Interview 4
Gordian Knot- Reflections
Interview 5
AWWS- 911
Interview 6
Miriodor- Aztek Boogie
Univers Zero- The Fly Toxman's Land

Ghost Circus- Send/Return

Shadow Circus- Shadow Circus
Shadow Circus- Storm Rider
Shadow Circus- Inconvenient Compromise

****Jam Session****
Frogg Cafe- Space Dust
Frogg Cafe- You're Still Sleeping
My Morning Jacket- Dondante
Phish- Simple

Roger Waters- Hello (I Love You)

****Next Week:Songs from a Deck of Cards, Stranger in a Strange Land etc. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl 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
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« Reply #44 on: July 25, 2007, 07:34:39 am »
2 Themes for the price of one...well sort of.  We have here a cards theme and a martian theme spawned out of Stranger in a Strange land (philosophical meanderings may be found on the blog over here www.myspace.com/soundscape42 )

Also included is new music from Ian Parry, Tuner, and Persephone's Dream as well as archival footage from the Jerry Garcia Band circa 1990.

Next week: Interview with Godfrey Townsend and more new and fun stuff

SHOW #71 Martian Card Games, July 24, 2007
Paul McCartney & Wings- Venus & Mars
Paul McCartney & Wings- Rockshow
Kurgans Bane- I'm Alive
For Absent Friends- Stick Around
Qualone- The Kind
Eddie Izzard- Being Cool
Jack Foster- Broken Hallelujah

Ian Parry- Fallin
Ian Parry- Wish
Ian Parry- Lovin a Stranger

Tuner- Black Well Monotony
Tuner- Gate 9
Tuner- Stalker
Tuner- Dig

Persephone's Dream- Temple in Time- Mist
Persephone's Dream- Temple in Time- Nimiane
Persephone's Dream- Temple in Time- Soliloqut of a King
Persephone's Dream- Temple in Time- Camlann
Persephone's Dream- Temple in Time- Avalon

****Cards****
ELO- Poker
Steve Hackett- Ace of Wands
John Young Band- Kings
Styx- Queen of Spades
Ac/Dc- The Jack (suggested by AB Negative)
Steve Miller Band- The Joker (Suggested by Darqdean)
Alan Parsons Project- The Ace of Swords
Bob Dylan- Lily, Rosemary, and The Jack of Hearts (suggested by Thallama73)
Pendragon- Queen of Hearts Suite (Suggested by Soul Dreamer)
Rocket Scientists- House of Cards

****Stranger in a Strange Land****
Emerson, Lake, & Powell- Mars Bringer of War
Ayreon- My House on Mars
The Tangent- Grooving on Mars
Leon Russell- Stranger in a Strange Land (suggested by Hart)
Spock's Beard- Stranger in a Strange Land
David Bowie- Life on Mars

****Jam Session****
Jerry Garcia Band- How Sweet it is
Jerry Garcia Band- The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Jerry Garcia Band- What a Wonderful World
****Next Week:Interview with Godfrey Townsend. 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
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