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Title: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 03, 2006, 06:57:49 pm
The DLBN turned six on Saturday, so we have a very special surprise for all you lucky listeners--cake and ice cream will be served in the website chatroom for
the remainder of the week! There will be chatroom sing-alongs, song requests, and special dedications. You don't want to miss out on this spectacular
occasion, so come early before Vince eats all the cake!

As for Saturday night's playlist, and for an eyeful of what you'll catch an earful of when you download the show at http://www.thedividingline.com/p, see
below. We featured King Crimson and Primus on this week's "Under The Influence", saw the Dixie Dregs take it off the top, listened to The Residents sing a
special birthday song, and even had ourselves a Genesis quarter-houah (copyright Shawn Bishop). Oh yeah, and there's also The Crimson Connection, with some new-old Gordon Haskell and even more Crimson Jazz Trio. So put on your party hats and enjoy!

Prog'opolis #54 - 04.01.06
Golden Earring - Twilight Zone (7.40)
The Residents - Birthday Boy (2.44)
Marillion - Man Of A Thousand Faces (7.33)
Riverside Reality Dream II (4.45)

"Under The Influence"
King Crimson - Dig Me (3.16)
Primus - Pork Soda (2.20)

Dixie Dregs - Take It Off The Top (4.06)
David Gilmour - The Blue (5.26)
Supertramp - Give A Little Bit (4.08)

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
King Crimson - Level Five (7.13)
UK - Alaska (4.40)
UK - Time To Kill (4.53)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Catfood (6.19)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - From The Beginning (4.12)
Brian Eno & Robert Fripp - Healthy Colours I (5.38)
King Crimson - Elephant Talk (4.42)
Roy Harper - Referendum (3.49)
Adrian Belew - Then What (3.02)
Bill Bruford - Seems Like A Lifetime Ago, part 2 (4.29)
Gordon Haskell - Upside Down (4.31)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man, live (8.02)

Genesis - I Know What I Like (4.08) REQUEST
Genesis - Unquiet Slumber For The Sleepers (2.23) REQUEST
Genesis - In That Quiet Earth (4.49) REQUEST
Genesis - Afterglow (4.12) REQUEST

Talk Talk - Living In Another World (6.57) REQUEST
Joe Jackson - A Bud and a Slice (8.38) REQUEST
Vienna Teng - Harbor (4.13)
Anekdoten - The War Is Over (4.42) REQUEST
Porcupine Tree - Lazarus (4.18)
Title: Re:Prog'opolis Playlists
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 09, 2006, 12:36:30 pm
Vince took a quick flight down a short set of steps and Daisy made sure to deliver the blow by blow! If you think that's exciting you ought to check out the debut of The Sad Song Co, guaranteed to leave you wanting more. Check out http://www.myspace.com/thesadsongco for more info and tell 'em Vince & Daisy sent'cha.

Prog'opolis #55 - 04.08.2006
Steve Hackett - Every Day  (6.14)

Queensryche - Operation MindCrime (4.31)
801 - East of Asteroid (4.55)
801 - Rongwrong (5.10)
801 - Sombre Reptiles (3.14)
Kate Bush - Joanni (4.56) REQUEST

The Sad Song Co - Ghosts (3.30)
The Sad Song Co - Gulag Parenting (3.55)
The Sad Song Co - Into The Hills (3.33)

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
King Crimson - Sartori In Tangier (4.27)
King Crimson - Frame By Frame (3.57)
King Crimson - Man With An Open Heart (3.44)
Rhode Island - (0.24)
King Crimson - Waiting Man (6.25)
King Crimson - Sleepless (6.07)
Brian Eno - Juju Space Jazz (4.28)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues In Apic, part ii (7.53)
King Crimson - Discipline (5.03)
King Crimson - Heartbeat (5.14)
King Crimson - Elephant Talk (4.52)

iQ - Infernal Chorus (5.08) REQUEST
iQ - Born Brilliant (5.20) REQUEST
Gong - Esnuria (8.01) REQUEST
Porcupine Tree - The Creator Has A Mastertape (6.07)

Ghost - Hazy Paradise (4.52)
Vince Font - Kayleigh (4.13) REQUEST
Genesis - In The Rapids (2.23)
Genesis - IT (4.18)
Eloy - Incarnation Of The Logos (8.27)

Dixie Dregs - Travel Tunes (4.36)
Title: Re:Prog'opolis Playlists
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 17, 2006, 06:51:18 pm
arach·no·pho·bia
Pronunciation: uhh-rack-nuhh-'fO-bee-uhh
Function: noun
: pathological fear or loathing of spiders :


Excerpt from "Recent News" section of the New England Journal of Medicine
by Dr. Biff Sidebottom

Leading scientists in six countries have convened for a first of its kind "internet phobia conference", and are basing the bulk of their research on an incident that took place Saturday night on the famed internet radio show "Progopolis".

It is reported that approximately 58 minutes into the show, co-host Jane Font (alias "Daisy Jane") was attacked and nearly injured by a spider that found its way into the studio through an open window. The DJ's violent reaction and the resulting cacophony of chaos that ensued was broadcast live to a stunned
listening audience.

"We're particularly interested in the husband's reaction to the spider attack moreso than anything else," stated Juan Von Tinkerdoodle, a phobia specialist from Finland who joined the internet conference after his nephew Moose, a regular listener to the show, informed him of its possible scientific value. "He insisted he did not share the fear of spiders with his wife, however if you listen carefully you will hear his screams are actually the loudest."

Font and her husband Vince, who co-host the show every Saturday night on The Dividing Line Broadcast Network, could not be reached for immediate comment and were said by friends to have gone into seclusion following the negative publicity the incident has caused.

The panel's findings will be published at a later date.


PROG'OPOLIS #56 - 04.15.2006
FEATURING TRACKS FROM THE BRAND NEW TONY LEVIN CD "RESONATOR"!
Tony Levin - Break It Down (7.03)

iQ - The Wake (4.13)
iQ - The Magic Roundabout (8.18)
Steve Hackett - Tigermoth (7.35)

"Under The Influence"
The Beatles - I Am The Walrus (4.37)
Tears For Fears - Sowing The Seeds Of Love (6.19)

Talking Heads - Psycho Killer (4.20)

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
Tony Levin - Shadowland (4.58)
Tony Levin - Beyond My Reach (5.16)
Bill Bruford, Tony Levin - A Palace Of Pearls (5.57)
King Crimson - Sleepless (Tony Levin Mix) (7.25)
California Guitar Trio with Tony Levin - Bohemian Rhapsody (5.46)
Bozzio Levin Stevens - Crash (5.07)
Peter Gabriel - Steam (6.03)
Bill Bruford, Tony Levin - Outer Blue (Splattercell remix) (6.06)
Tony Levin - Places To Go (5.47)
King Crimson - Waiting Man (4.24)
Tony Levin - Crisis Of Faith (2.10)
Tony Levin - Utopia (6.21)

Impromptu "Spider Set"
Kansas - The Spider (2.04)
Dead Soul Tribe - Spiders And Flies (6.05)
Alice Cooper & Vincent Price - Black Widow (5.27)
Freak Kitchen - Black Spider Flag (3.48)
Vyktoria Pratt Keating - Spider (3.45)
Brian Eno - Spider and I (4.06)

Anekdoten - Seljak (5.16)
IZZ - Deception (7.17)
Title: Re:Prog'opolis Playlists
Post by: ich bin besser on April 18, 2006, 02:40:42 am
 ;D (we need a better laughing emoticon...)

Title: Re:Prog'opolis Playlists
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 23, 2006, 10:19:08 am
For any of you who missed last night's "Prog'opolis" and did not hear Adrian Belew's "Side Three" in its entirety, the archive is now up and you can listen to your heart's content!
 
Last night's show went virtually without incident--there were no spider attacks, no spankings, no tales of Vince falling down a flight of steps or nearly breaking the house trying to worm through an unlocked window in the dark. But there was enough fun and prog to bring a smile to even the most joyless of the Sourpuss Club.
 
For those of you lucky enough to live in Australia where Adrian Belew is currently touring, he'll be performing seven more shows between now and May 1. There have also been a couple of new US tourdates added, so check out www.adrianbelew.net for the latest information, as well as to read about the mention we received in the website's "news" section!
 
And now the wait begins for "Side Four"!

PROG'OPOLIS #57 (04.22.06)
King Crimson - Happy With What You Have To Be Happy
With (3.17)

Yes - Siberian Khatru (8.53)
Porcupine Tree - Shesmovedon (5.11)
Gordian Knot - Some Brighter Thing (7.34)

"Under The Influence"
Pink Floyd - Us And Them (7.51)
Alan Parsons Project - Time (5.01)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - A Time And A Place (3.01)

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
ADRIAN BELEW: "SIDE THREE"
Adrian Belew - Troubles (3.13)
Adrian Belew - Incompetence Indifference (5.01)
Adrian Belew - Water Turns To Wine (3.46)
Adrian Belew - Crunk (1.17)
Adrian Belew - Drive (3.27)
Adrian Belew - Cinemusic (1.37)
Adrian Belew - Whatever (3.17)
Adrian Belew - Men In Helicopters v4.0 (3.07)
Adrian Belew - Beat Box Car (4.30)
Adrian Belew - Truth Is (1.35)
Adrian Belew - The Red Bull Rides a Boomerang Across
the Blue Constellation (4.34)
Adrian Belew - & (3.17)< BR>King Crimson - Dinosaur, live (5.24)
King Crimson - One Time (5.22)

Giraffe - The Carpet Crawlers (6.00)
RPWL - Hole In The Sky (5.17) REQUEST
IZZ - Rose Colored Lenses (3.38)
Camel - Lunar Sea (9.09) REQUEST

Marillion - Just For The Record (3.09)
OSI - Bigger Wave (4.32)
Änglagård - Ifrån Klarhet till Klarhet (8.09)
Title: Re:Prog'opolis Playlists
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 30, 2006, 10:29:54 am
BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Catch the "Groundhog Day" edition of PROG'OPOLIS!
HELD OVER FOR A SECOND STRAIGHT WEEK!
Featuring the premiere of Adrian Belew's "Side Three"
http://www.thedividingline.com/p
HURRY ACT NOW!*

*Offer expires 5/6/2006 (Unless your hosts Vince & Daisy fail to change the outcome--but don't worry, they've seen the movie a hundred times. As well as the original inspiration "12:01 PM". They know their time-loop stuff.)
--
PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com
Title: Re:Prog'opolis Playlists
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 07, 2006, 06:30:13 pm
Your ticket to 4 solid hours of prog rock goodness is a mere click away. Saturday night's "Prog'opolis" was bigger and better than ever, with your loving and sexy hosts Vince & Daisy Jane in fine form. We stuffed more requests into the last two hours than sardines in a can, and had 'em begging for seconds. There was, of course, "The Crimson Connection", which featured a very special message from Adrian Belew himself--courtesy Davo, The Coolest Cab Driver in Oz. We also featured Portugese proggers Project Creation, and made a very special announcement about the future--or lack thereof--of "schizopolis". If you missed any part of the show just head on over to http://www.thedividingline.com/p and stream it or download.
 
Prog'opolis #58 - 05.06.2006
Porcupine Tree - Stranger By The Minute
 
Marillion - Hotel Hobbies
Marillion - Warm Wet Circles
Marillion - That Time Of The Night
Kate Bush - How To Be Invisible
 
Non Finire Mai - Propellorboy
Lightspeed - Breath Away
Peter Gabriel - Digging In The Dirt
 
THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
Adrian Belew - Writing On The Wall
When Davo Met Adrian
Adrian Belew - Water Turns To Wine
Crimson Jazz Trio - Red
Sarah In Davo's Taxi
Bozzio Levin Stevens - Black Light Syndrome
Trey Gunn Pat Mastelotto - Hotel Fandango
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Endless Enigma Part 1
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Fugue
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Endless Enigma Part 2
King Crimson - Walking On Air
David Cross - Valley Of The Kings
King Crimson - Easy Money (live)
King Crimson - ...It Is For You, But Not For Us (live)
 
Frank Zappa - Wind Up Working In A Gas Station REQUEST
Frank Zappa - Dong Work For Yuda REQUEST
Transatlantic - Mystery Train REQUEST
Prog'opolis - The Spider Incident REQUEST
Devo - Whip It REQUEST
Pink Floyd - One Slip REQUEST
 
Project Creation - The Floating World
Joe Griffin - Year Of The Car Crash
Faith No More - Zombie Eaters REQUEST
The Sad Song Co - Ghosts
Riverside - The Same River
 
Toy Matinee - Last Plane Out
Giraffe - Holding On With Both Hands
Giraffe - In The Cage (live)
 
iQ - Dans Le Parc Du Chateau Noir
Marillion - Fake Plastic Trees
The Cure - A Forest REQUEST
 
Don Nelson - Nola's Bounce
Title: Re:Prog'opolis Playlists
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 22, 2006, 07:35:43 am
Robert Fripp turned 60 last week, and we felt the occasion of our 60th show was too serendipitous to be ignored--and so we invite you tune in to the latest edition of "Prog'opolis", where you'll find a smorgasbord of Fripperies too delectable to pass up. Not to mention three solid hours of King Crimson, where we explored the three distinct eras of the band by giving each an hour to state their case. Listen to the archive (stream or download) for the next week by checking out the archives page!
 
love and prog,
Daisy Jane
co-host, "Prog'opolis"
 
PROG'OPOLIS #60 Playlist
A special "All-Crimson" show and celebration of Robert Fripp's 60th birthday!
 
King Crimson: the Greg Lake/Boz Burrell/Gordon Haskell Era
King Crimson - Pictures of a City
King Crimson - The Court of the Crimson King
King Crimson - Ladies of the Road
King Crimson - Happy Family
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (live)
King Crimson - Epitaph
 
King Crimson: the John Wetton Era
King Crimson - One More Red Nightmare
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Part 2
King Crimson - Exiles (live)
King Crimson - Red
King Crimson - Lament (live)
King Crimson - Easy Money
King Crimson - Starless
 
King Crimson: the Adrian Belew Era
King Crimson - Three Of A Perfect Pair
King Crimson - People (live)
King Crimson - Eyes Wide Open
King Crimson - No Warning
King Crimson - B'Boom
King Crimson - Thrak
King Crimson - Matte Kudasai (live)
King Crimson - Dinosaur
King Crimson - Thela Hun Ginjeet
King Crimson - Heartbeat (live)
King Crimson - Indiscipline (live)
 
Robert Fripp: 60 Years in 60 Minutes
Robert Fripp - Exposure
Giles, Giles & Fripp - One in a Million
Cheikha Rimitti w/Robert Fripp - Sidi Mansour
Andy Summers & Robert Fripp - Begin the Day
Sunday All Over The World - Don't Take It Away
Daryl Hall w/Robert Fripp - Something in 4/4 Time
The League of Crafty Guitarists - Larks' Thrak
Robert Fripp - I May Not Have Had Enough Of Me But I've Had Enough Of You
Bill Rieflin, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn - Lost And Found
Robert Fripp - Water Music
Robert Fripp w/Peter Gabriel - Here Comes The Flood
--
PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com
Title: Re:Prog'opolis Playlists
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 29, 2006, 08:40:08 am
Special thanks to Sid Smith for getting us the necessary approval to play select tracks from Slow Music's "Live at the Croc" CD, and special thanks to Bill Rieflin for allowing us to do so. For those of you who may have missed Saturday night's "Prog'opolis", the entire 4-hour show is now available for download or streaming audio.

During "The Crimson Connection" we showcased a track from Bill Rieflin's 1999 album "Birth of a Giant" and caught you up to date on the recent solo efforts of former King Crimson members Tony Levin and David Cross. We even threw in some classic Adrian Belew for good measure.
 
Tune in next Saturday at 7pm Pacific (10pm Eastern) for more great progressive rock, and if you happen to listen live feel free to drop by the chatroom and say hello!
 
best regards,
Vince and Daisy Jane
"Prog'opolis" hosts

Playlist for Prog'opolis #61 (05.27.06)
Pink Floyd - Have A Cigar (5.24)
 
OSI - Sure You Will (3.46) REQUEST
Eloy - Incarnation Of The Logos (8.27)
Liquid Tension Experiment - Freedom Of Speech (9.18)
 
Fish - Fearless (6.15)
Porcupine Tree - Slave Called Shiver (4.40)
 
THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
Tony Levin - Shadowland (4.58)
David Cross - Over Your Shoulder (6.43)
Robert Fripp - Chicago (2.10)
Slow Music - Movement VI (5.10)
Slow Music - Movement VII (4.54)
Fruuup - Misty Morning Way (6.57)
Bill Rieflin - Birth Of A Giant (3.21)
ELP - Karn Evil 9 2nd Impression (7.07)
Adrian Belew - Bad Days (3.06)
King Crimson - The Devil's Triangle (11.36)
 
Gong - Expresso (5.58) REQUEST BY GENE
IZZ - Deception (7.17)
Steve Hackett - Firth Of Fifth (live) (9.32)
Prog'opolis - The Spider Incident (1.03)
The Who - Boris The Spider (2.29) REQUEST
Spinal Tap - Lick My Love Pump (1.07)
Spinal Tap - Heavy Duty (4.28)
 
Marillion - Estonia (7.56)
Vienna Teng - My Medea (4.08)
Porcupine Tree - Baby Dream In Cellephane (3.15)
Roger Waters - Dogs (live) (16.26)
 
Fractal - Prominence (10.46)
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4.49) REQUEST
 
iQ - Common Ground (6.53)
Title: Re:Prog'opolis Playlists
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 04, 2006, 07:54:19 am
Tune in to the latest episode of "Prog'opolis" for your weekly Crimson Connection fix, again featuring tracks from Robert Fripp's Slow Music project. We've also got a special on-location Belew report from Davo, the coolest cab driver in Australia, as well as a track from Ian McDonald's star-studded "Driver's Eyes". We listened in awe to two brilliant San Francisco-based prog bands Headshear and Fractal, and took math lessons from Kate Bush. Was school ever this fun?
 
Tune in next Saturday to hear special guest host Steve Cozart (of "Point Of No Return" fame). We've lined up one of the coolest voices in internet radio to keep you company during our absence, and it all starts June 10 at 7pm Pacific. Be there or be square (as your grampa used to say).
 
PROG'OPOLIS #62  (06.03.06)
David Gilmour - Until We Sleep (5.16)
 
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (5.54)
Porcupine Tree - Metanoia II (10.55)
Headshear - The Bitter Cold (7.10)
Pain of Salvation - Her Voices (7.56)
Riverside - In Two Minds (4.38)
 
THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
Adrian Belew - Walk Around The World (4.58)
Adrian Belew - Matte Kudasai (2.18)
Adrian Belew - Big Electric Cat (featuring Davo's Prog Taxi) (4.47)
Low Flying Aircraft - Moronathon (3.14)
King Crimson - Fracture (live) (11.19)
U.K. - As Long As You Want Me Here (5.08)
U.K. - Rendezvous 6:02 (5.00)
Slow Music - Movement IX (7.59)
Yes - Then (5.46)
Ian McDonald - Forever And Ever (5.08)
 
Dixie Dregs - Travel Tunes (4.36)
Peter Hammill - (On Tuesdays She Used To Do) Yoga (3.52)
Kate Bush - Pi (6.09)
The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again (8.31)
 
Beth Orton - Ooh Child (3.53)
Beth Orton - Thinking About Tomorrow (5.49)
The Afghan Whigs - Somethin' Hot (2.57)
Ween - Mister Would You Please Help My Pony? (2.55)
Beck - Qué Onda Guero (3.29)
 
Fractal - Fractal Countdown (7.01)
Led Zeppelin - I Can't Quit You Baby (4.42) REQUEST
Eloy - Plastic Girl (9.10)
Azureth - Overture (5.37)
 
Bozzio & Sheehan - Edge of a Circle (5.17)
Camel - Rhayader (3.01)
Camel - Rhayader Goes To Town (5.20)
Moody Blues - Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling (3.48)
Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Rene on June 11, 2006, 05:37:17 pm
Prog'opolis June 10, 2006
Guest host Rene Young

(Subbing for Steve Cozart whose Internet connection wouldn't allow him to sub for Vince & Daisy)  :(

1. Jesus Jones - Trust Me (2:08)
2. Art Bergmann - Bound For Vegas (3:17)
3. INXS - Pretty Vegas (3:25)
4. Niacin - Red (8:00)
5. April Wine - 21st Century Schizoid Man (6:23)
6. King Crimson - People (5:53)
7. First Aid - Hockey Night in Tarkus (4:30)
8. A Perfect Circle - Magdalena (4:06)
9. Joel Hoekstra - You're Listening to DLBN (0:03)
10. Joel Hoekstra - 9/11 (3:46)
11. Joel Hoekstra - Join Us (4:31)
12. Midnight Oil - Dreamworld (3:37)
13. Gary Numan - Absolution (5:00)
14. Somascetic - Amid Ashes Part 1 (3:29)
15. Toxic Smile - Raised (6:13)
16. Trigon - ZENtrifugal (5:51)
17. Malpractice - Assembly Line (5:48)
18. Tack - I Killed This Bird For You (3:27)
19. Garbage - Not My Idea (3:49)
20. Sonic Youth - Sugar Kane (5:57)
21. Vince Font - Kayleigh (4:13)
22. Vince Font - Broken Cross (3:04)
23. Promo-Rene-2005-Prog'opolis (0:34)
24. Ozric Tentacles - Spirals in Hyperspace (9:51)
25. Unity Gain - Daisy Daisy (8:28)
26. Sigur Rós - Leit af lífi (5:02)
27. Secret Saucer - STS-107 (6:37)
28. Bigelf - Disappear (6:32)
Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 18, 2006, 06:22:57 pm
Listen to this week's "Prog'opolis" to hear exclusive tracks from the forthcoming OZRIC TENTACLES cd "The Floor's Too Far Away". We are giving away one free copy of this CD to a lucky listener and the contest is still open! You gotta listen to the show for details on how to win. For those of you with lives to lead and little time to treasure hunt, details can be found at 136:43 of the show.
 
We also played some tracks from Robert Fripp's recently re-released "Exposure", as well as a couple of choice cuts from Brian Eno and David Byrne's expanded "My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts". Not content to leave it at that, we introduced the listening audience to indepenent prog rockers Variant, and told enough stories from our recent Vegas Vacation to fill a sordid novella. Those of you who missed the fun on Saturday night can listen to the archive by going to our show page!

PROG'OPOLIS #63  (06.17.06)
Ozric Tentacles - Jelly Lips (6.07)
 
Brian Eno + David Byrne - Regiment (4.11)
Riverside - Stuck Between (3.56)
Camel - Echoes (7.21)
 
Ozric Tentacles - Etherclock (8.01)
John Travolta & Samuel L Jackson - Pigs (1.00)
Pink Floyd - Pigs (Three Different Ones) (11.30)
 
THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
Robert Fripp - New York, New York, New York (2.17)
Robert Fripp - Chicago (2.02)
David Cross - Valley Of The Kings (6.03)
King Crimson - Fallen Angel (6.03)
Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman & Howe - Brother Of Mine (10.21)
David Sylvian - Silver Moon (6.08) REQUEST
David Bowie - Blackout (3.45)
Tony Levin - Throw The God A Bone (5.25)
Gordon Haskell - Could Be (3.18)
Adrian Belew - Troubles (3.13)
King Crimson - Doctor Diamond (5.11)
 
Ozric Tentacles - Splat! (8.59)
Variant - Going (7.00)
Brian Eno + David Byrne - Defiant (3.41)
Alistair Henry - Momentary Dementia News (3.15)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Tiger In A Spotlight (4.34) REQUEST
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World (3.57) REQUEST
 
Frank Zappa & The Mothers - Montana (6.35) REQUEST
Yes - The Prophet (6.37)
Jim Croce - Ball Of Kerrymuir (3.35)
Porcupine Tree - Signify (3.28)
Variant - Today I Tried (4.20)
 
Transatlantic - All Of The Above (30.59) REQUEST
Bjork - Human Behavior (4.10) REQUEST
 
Eric Johnson - Friends (5.34) DEDICATION
Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 25, 2006, 05:09:01 pm
Congratulations to Mike (aka "Rushfan") for his impressive victory in snatching up the limited edition digipack of the soon-to-be-released Ozric Tentacles CD "The Floor's Too Far Away"! An additional thank you to all of you who participated in the contest, and of course thank you to the good folks at Magna Carta records for providing the merchandise. Keep your eyes and ears open in the days and weeks ahead, as the band's current US tour may bring them closer to your neck of the woods than you could possibly imagine--if they're playing Salt Lake City they've GOT to be coming to a concert hall near you, right!?

"The Crimson Connection" was particularly hoppin' this week, with another taste of the new and improved Robert Fripp re-masterpiece "Exposure". We posited the theory that King Crimson's "Frame By Frame" is in an impossible 91/8 time signature, and drew comparisons between Riverside and Marillion on another installment of "Under The Influence." Don't just sit there feeling sorry that you missed out--get on over to The Dividing Line and catch the show archive!

Download the entire show http://www.thedividingline.com/archives/parchive.ogg
Streaming Audio http://www.thedividingline.com/parchive.pls

PROG'OPOLIS #64  (06.24.06)
Yes - Tempus Fugit (5.16)

iQ - Human Nature (9.33)
Kenso - Kinyudansya Madrigal (4.20)
Toy Matinee - The Ballad Of Jenny Ledge (live) (7.42)
Riverside - Acronym Love (4.44)
Alistair Henry - Momentary Dementia News (4.34)

Ozric Tentacles - Splat! (8.59)

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
Andy Summers - Big Thing (7.59)
David Cross - Exiles (8.57)
Robert Fripp - I May Not Have Had Enough Of Me But I've Had Enough Of You (3.37)
Adrian Belew - Live In A Tree (1.06)
Adrian Belew - Beat Box Car (4.30)
Fruupp - Masquerading With Dawn (7.16)
King Crimson - Frame By Frame (5.10)
Peter Gabriel - Here Comes The Flood (5.36)
Blondie - Fade Away And Radiate (4.01)

"Under The Influence"
Riverside - Volte - Face (8.40)
Marillion - The Web (8.52)

Camel - Lost And Found (5.38) REQUEST
RPWL - Waiting For A Smile (7.04) REQUEST
Neil Young - Broken Arrow (6.13) REQUEST

Variant - March To War (6.52)
Variant - Deeds (6.13)
Mony Python's The Meaning Of Life - Death (7.12)
Enchant - At Death's Door (7.16)

Marillion - Incubus (8.43) REQUEST
Adrian Belew - Big Electric Cat (4.52) REQUEST
Talking Heads - Girlfriend Is Better (5.06)
Talking Heads - Making Flippy Floppy (4.40)

The Sad Song Co - Ghosts (3.30)
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Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 02, 2006, 05:33:21 pm
Last night's episode of "Prog'opolis" was a landmark event. For the first time since the show's inception The Crimson Connection was foregone to make room for a brand new show segment. We call it (riding) "The Gravy Train", and if you haven't guessed what it is by now you're not much of a Pink Floyd fan. But don't fret--school's in, and so's your luck. For everything you may have missed, follow the links below. Satisfaction guaranteed, or your money back.
 
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PROG'OPOLIS #65  (07.01.06)
Yes - America (10.35)
 
Porcupine Tree - Synesthesia (5.11)
Marillion - Quartz (9.06)
IZZ - Ancient Memory (6.41)
Alistair Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (5.49)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Tank (6.52)
 
"THE GRAVY TRAIN"
Pink Floyd - Not Now John (5.02)
Syd Barrett - Dark Globe (2.02)
Roger Waters - Watching TV (6.07)
Roger Waters - Three Wishes (6.50)
Pink Floyd - Julia Dream (2.26)
Pink Floyd - Careful With That Axe, Eugene (8.50)
Richard Wright - Pink's Song (3.29)
Pink Floyd - Bike (3.24) REQUEST
Roger Waters - Roger Gets Mad (1.38)
Pink Floyd - When The Tigers Broke Free (3.39)
Pink Floyd - Terminal Frost (6.17)
Pink Floyd - Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk (3.05)
David Gilmour - It's Deafinitely (4.27)
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (5.32)
 
Analog Missionary - Harpoon (3.51)
Elbow - Newborn (7.36) REQUEST
Fractal - Continuum (6.30)
Robert Fripp - Breathless (4.42)
iQ - Nomzamo (7.00)
 
Fish - 3D (9.11) REQUEST
Gong - Master Builder (6.05) REQUEST
Variant - Going (7.00)
Riverside - The Time I Was Daydreaming (4.52)
 
Chair With Wheels - Here I Am (4.24)
David Sylvian - Orpheus (4.51)
Bi Kyo Ran - Monologue (7.05)
 
Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill (4.58)
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Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 09, 2006, 08:32:59 pm
Get on board The Gravy Train and get your Floyd fix! This week we heard living proof of Nick Mason's much rumored "Fictitious Sports", saw Emily play, and even discovered a new David Gilmour song worthy of airplay! We had a special visit from Martin Landau (channeling the spirit of the late Bela Lugosi), learned about the ejaculative prowess of certain insects on The Momentary Dementia News, and took an armchair journey with Ozric Tentacles that led us smack dab into the middle of a Schizopolis flashback. All this and more can be yours for the price of a mere mouse-click!

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PROG'OPOLIS #66  (07.08.06)
Bozzio Levin Stevens - Dark Corners (8.33)
 
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Tank (6.52)
Martin Landau - Karloff? Sidekick? (0.57)
Steve Hackett - Vampire with a Healthy Appetite (5.19)
Porcupine Tree - Trains (5.56)
 
Bruford - Hell's Bells (live) (4.35) REQUEST
Eloy - Incarnation Of Logos (live) (8.48)
 
**THE GRAVY TRAIN**
Pink Floyd - Have A Cigar (4.52)
David Gilmour - The Narrow Way, Part 2 (3.12)
Pink Floyd - The Thin Ice (2.22)
Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall, Part 1 (3.10)
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4.42)
Nick Mason & Robert Wyatt - Can't Get My Motor To Start (3.35)
Pink Floyd - See Emily Play (2.55)
Roger Waters - Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict (5.00)
Pink Floyd - One Of These Days (5.57) REQUEST
David Gilmour - Smile (4.03)
Richard Wright - Summer Elegy (4.55)
Pink Floyd - One Slip (5.05)
 
Variant - When The Light's On (4.16)
Alistair Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (4.22)
Radiohead - Paranoid Android (6.23)
Analog Missionary - Dirty Road (8.48)
 
Anekdoten - Gravity (8.19)
Riverside - Conceiving You (3.40)
Marillion - The Answering Machine (3.48)
Dixie Dregs - What if? (5.03)
 
Ozric Tentacles - Bolshem (4.48)
Ozric Tentacles - Armchair Journey (5.53)
Ether Orchestra - Would It Kill You To Try?/Her Dramatic Entrance (7.11)
Air - Lucky And Unhappy (4.31)
The Sad Song Co - Wonderful Brothers (4.05)
Beth Orton - Concrete Sky (4.59)
Beth Orton - Ooh Child (3.52)
 
Azureth - Shadow Of A Man (13.09)
 
Adrian Belew - Matte Kudasai (2.18)
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Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 16, 2006, 09:50:06 am
Join us in celebrating the life of one of rock's most visionary and tragic figures, Syd Barrett. We dedicated an entire hour of "Prog'opolis" to Syd's original material, both in and out of Pink Floyd. You'll also hear some rarities, interview clips, tributes, and other interesting surprises.
 
We talked in length (shocker, I know) about the recent Particle/Ozric Tentacles show in Salt Lake City, embellished about being recognized in public, and gave away a Variant CD. We also celebrated the resumption of "The Crimson Connection" and put forth with a Trey Gunn Appreciation Hour, featuring highlights from the career of one of prog rock's most underrated creative forces--guaranteed to turn even the most casual listener into a hard-core fan. Come prepared.
 
Point, click, and listen:
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much love,
Vince and Daisy
Prog'opolis hosts

PROG'OPOLIS #67  (07.15.06)
Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts i - ix) (25:29)
 
Particle - The Elevator (7.30)
Ozric Tentacles - Vedavox (2.51)
Variant - Regardless (9.26)
 
SYD BARRETT (1946-2006)
David Bowie - See Emily Play (4.12)
Hans Keller Introduction (1.32)
Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive (9.41)
Syd Barrett - Clowns & Jugglers (3.33)
Hans Keller Interviews Roger Waters and Syd Barrett (3.40)
Pink Floyd - Bike (3.24)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Late Night (3.57)
Interview with Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd (2.43)
Pink Floyd - Vegetable Man (2.23)
Syd Barrett - Wined and Dined (2.56)
Syd Barrett - Baby Lemonade (4.10)
VH1: Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd (6.07)
Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine (4.05)
AP News: Syd Barrett, 1946-2006 (1.08)
Richard Wright - Pink's Song (3.29)
R.E.M. - Dark Globe (1.53)
 
THE CRIMSON CONNECTION: Trey Gunn Appreciation Hour
King Crimson - Red (live) (5.51)
Trey Gunn - Symbiotic (3.46)
ProjeKct Two - Name That Tune! (0.49)
ProjeKct Two - Sus-Tayn-Z (6.51)
Sunday All Over The World - Freedom (7.58)
The Trey Gunn Band - Sozzle (4.52)
Bill Rieflin - A Casual Observation (6.06)
TU - Make My Grave In The Shape Of A Heart (4.15)
California Guitar Trio - Train To Lamy Suite (4.19)
Trey Gunn - The Third Star (3.43)
King Crimson - Iprov: Two Sticks (live) (1.25)
King Crimson - Elephant Talk (live) (4.25)
 
Syd Barrett - Dark Globe (2.02)
Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 24, 2006, 05:05:47 am
It's free vaccination week at Prog'opolis, and the best part is there's no waiting in line and no needles involved. Just aim your mice at the links below and get yourself immune to lousy music. Bruford lovers, get ready for next week's Crimson Connection.

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PROG'OPOLIS #68  (07.22.06)
Particle - Launchpad (7.17)

Spock's Beard - Go The Way You Go (12.07) REQUEST
Camel - Never Let Go (6.25)
Mojo Nixon - Don Henley Must Die (4.19) BIRTHDAY DEDICATION

Variant - When The Light's On (4.16)
Eddie Jobson - Resident (6.00) REQUEST

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
King Crimson - Book Of Saturday (2.44)
David Cross - Exiles (5.59)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Only Way (3.48)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Infinite Space (3.20)
King Crimson - Indiscipline (4.33) REQUEST
Tony Levin - What Would Jimi Do? (4.34)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - The Crukster (1.33)
Adrian Belew - Bad Days (3.06)
Centrozoon - Pop Killer (3,44)
Robert Fripp - Disengage ii (2.43)
King Crimson - Fracture (live) (11.02)

Analog Missionary - Satellite (7.06)
Alistair Henry - The Momentary Dementia (5.28)
Pink Floyd - Pigs (Three Different Ones) (11.30) REQUEST
Variant - Carrin' Carrion (10.23)

Arena - The Shattered Room (9.46) BIRTHDAY DEDICATION
Tony Banks - Another Murder Of A Day (9.02) REQUEST
Rush - Freewill (5.24) REQUEST
Porcupine Tree - Trains (5.56) REQUEST

Frank Zappa - Don't Eat the Yellow Snow (2.07)
Frank Zappa - Nanook Rubs It (4.37)
Frank Zappa - St. Alphonzo's Pancake Breakfast (1.51)
Frank Zappa - Father O'Blivion (4.37)
Headshear - Mechanically Separated Chicken (2.58)
Kino - Holding On (7.08)

Riverside - The Curtain Falls (7.59)
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Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 30, 2006, 09:50:39 am
"Prog'opolis: Episode 69" was appropriately rife with the freakish energy and oddball abandon you've come to expect from hosts Vince and Daisy Jane. Those of you who missed last night's show can now listen to the archive and get down with your funky selves. Thrill to the delight of this week's Special Edition Crimson Connection, featuring a solid hour celebrating the career of Bill Bruford--complete with an on-location report from Davo, The Coolest Cab Driver in Australia! We gave away yet another Variant CD, premiered two tracks from the brand new Vienna Teng album "Dreaming Through The Noise", and closed the show with a special dedication to Adrian Belew's friend and sound engineer Ken "Kengineer" Latchney, who passed away suddenly this week. We delivered late breaking news on the status of ProjeKct 6's appearances with Porcupine Tree this October in California, and believe it or not had yet another (albeit lesser in scope) on-air spider incident. Get your download on.

PROG'OPOLIS 69  (07.29.06)
Adrian Belew - Ampersand (4.23)

Porcupine Tree - Drown With Me (5.22)
Elbow - Not A Job (4.21)
Alistair Henry - Momentary Dementia News (3.41)
IZZ - Deception (7.17)

Riverside - Stuck Between (3.56)
Marillion - Three Minute Boy (5.59)
Peter Hammill - Solitude (4.58)

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
Bruford - The Sliding Floor (4.53)
Yes - Heart Of The Sunrise (11.07)
National Health - The Towplane and The Glider (5.12)
U.K. - Caesar's Palace Blues (live) (4.29)
Bruford Levin Upper Extremities - Cobalt Canyons (3.52)
Bill Bruford - Some Other Time (3.00)
Bill Bruford's Earthworks - Half Life (5.17)
Rick Wakeman - Anne Boleyn (6.29)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic part ii (live) (5.04)
King Crimson - Thela Hun Ginjeet (live) (5.45)

Vienna Teng - Love Turns 40 (5.12) WORLD PREMIERE
Vienna Teng - I Don't Feel So Well (4.16) WORLD PREMIERE

Variant - March To War (6.52)
Adrian Belew - Writing On The Wall (3.53) REQUEST
Steve Hackett - Every Day (6.14)
Particle - Sun Mar 11 (10.39)

Frank Zappa - Baby Snakes (1.50)
Frank Zappa - Tryin' To Grow A Chin (3.32)
Frank Zappa - City Of Tiny Lights (5.31)
Frank Zappa - Dancin' Fool (3.43)
Steve Cozart - Schizopolis (0.18)
Christopher Petkus - Big Ugly (2.09)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Give Me Back My Wig (3.51)
Joe Griffin - On Your Own (2.38)

Porcupine Tree - Dark Matter (8.59) REQUEST
King Crimson - Doctor Diamond (live) (5.11) REQUEST
David Sylvian - When Poets Dreamed Of Angels (4.46)

Adrian Belew - Free As A Bird (live) (3.19) **RIP Ken "Kengineer" Latchney**
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Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 06, 2006, 11:52:04 am
"The Gravy Train" made an impressive comeback on last night's Prog'opolis, chock full of epic Floyd goodness, a dramatic performance by Malcolm McDowell, and a reggae tribute. Wot's... uh the deal? Guess you'll have to tune in to find out. But wait--there's more! Stories to tell of the recent Vienna Teng show (complete with arguments as to which one of us she loves the most), Michigan psych-proggers THTX, the debut of a genius outfit called TUNER featuring Pat Mastelotto, and The Mars Volta going head-to-head with Jeff Buckley in another installment of "Under The Influence". You asked for it, you got it: Prog'opolis!

PROG'OPOLIS #70 (08.05.06)
Marillion - The Invisible Man (13.37)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Hoedown (3.47)
Riverside - Reality Dream II (4.45)
Alistair Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (5.27)
Toy Matinee - Things She Said (4.57)
Vienna Teng - Pontchartrain (6.15)

*THE GRAVY TRAIN*
Pink Floyd - Dogs (17.06)
Hurtin' Buckaroos - Us And Them (5.45)
Pink Floyd - One Slip (4.32)
Syd Barrett - Clowns and Jugglers (3.33)
Billy Sherwood, Tony Levin & Vinnie Colaiuta - Waiting For The Worms (4.03)
Billy Sherwood - Stop (0.33)
Malcolm McDowell - The Trial (5.19)
Pink Floyd - Marooned (5.28)
David Gilmour - Short And Sweet (5.31)
Roger Waters - The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking (4.36)

"UNDER THE INFLUENCE"
Jeff Buckley - Haven't You Heard (4.07)
The Mars Volta - The Widow (5.50)

Peter Gabriel - I Have The Touch (4.35) REQUEST
Jim Carroll - People Who Died (3.41) REQUEST
Roger Waters - Running Shoes (4.08) REQUEST
Adrian Belew - Op Zop Too Wah (3.42)
Tuner - Flinch (3.31)

THTX - The Lost City (5.11)
Queensryche - Empire (5.24)
Clerks - Jedi vs. Empire (3.18)
Liquid Tension Experiment - Chewbacca (13.33)

Area 39 - Beyond The Clouds (6.14)
Area 39 - Through The Eye Of A Telescope (6.14)
Genesis - One For The Vine (live) (11.04) REQUEST
Led Zeppelin - Misty Mountain Hop (4.38) REQUEST
Variant - Deeds (6.13)
Vienna Teng - The Tower (3.50)

Vienna Teng - My Medea (4.07)
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Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 13, 2006, 10:24:44 am
Tune in to the latest chapter of "Prog'opolis" to behold the spectacle that was "Episode #71: Girls Night Out". For the first time in DLBN broadcasting history, your daffily affable co-host Vince took the reins and hosted the show all-a-by-himself. The resulting catastrophe is something simply must be heard to be believed. It wasn't all stumble and fall, though--the show did have its moments, with impeccable tunes by Frost* and Oceansize, another installment of The Crimson Connection, birthday wishes for Pat Metheny, and an hour-long axekicking administered by none other than Eric Johnson himself (including some interesting rarities). If that don't strike your fancy, you just ain't got no fancy to strike!
 
PROG'OPOLIS #71 (08.1206)
Genesis - Watcher Of The Skies (7.23)
 
RPWL - Roses (6.36)
Frost* - Hyperventilate (7.31)
Peter Hammill - I Once Wrote Some Poems (2.45)
Oceansize - Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs (8.22)
Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb (live) (8.56)
iQ - My Baby Treats Me Right Cos I'm The Hard Lovin' Man All Night Long (1.49)
iQ - Headlong (7.15)
 
*THE CRIMSON CONNECTION*
King Crimson - The Great Deceiver (4.02)
Adrian Belew - The Ideal Woman (4.08)
Adrian Belew - Men In Helicopters v4.0 (3.07)
King Crimson - Asbury Park (live) (6.52)
David Cross - Are We One? (5.45)
Crimson Jazz Trio - I Talk To The Wind (9.47)
King Crimson - Cirkus (6.27)
Tony Levin - Break It Down (7.03)
King Crimson - FraKctured (9.05)
 
Happy 52nd Birthday, Mr. Pat Metheny
Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays - This Is Not America (3.56)
Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays - The Falcon (5.02)
 
Vienna Teng - Gravity (3.39)
Marillion - This Is The 21st Century (11.07)
Alistair Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (8.11)
Dream Aria - Sungoddess (4.31)
 
THE ERIC JOHNSON HOUR
Eric Johnson - Soulful Terrain (4.16)
Eric Johnson - Desert Rose (4.57)
Eric Johnson - High Landrons (5.46)
Eric Johnson - Friends (5.34)
Eric Johnson - Trail Of Tears (6.01)
Eric Johnson - Bristol Shore (6.41)
Mariani - Searching For A New Dimension (5.41)
Eric Johnson - Missing Key (3.43)
Blake Scott - S.R.V. (2.54)
Eric Johnson - Cliffs Of Dover (4.08)
Eric Johnson - Emerald Eyes (3.23)
Eric Johnson - Bloom (3.09)
 
Fish - Solo (4.06)
Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 20, 2006, 10:47:56 am
Join us in celebration of our two-year anniversary with The Dividing Line, as we dig deep into our treasure trove and best-of archives to present to you the show that started it all: "Schizopolis: Episode I". This was the virgin broadcast of the show that would eventually evolve into "Prog'opolis", complete with the kind of charming goofups and technical boo-boos only a couple of terrified first-timers could deliver! So come one, come all, come take a trip down memory lane with us and bask in the songs and sounds of yesteryear. It's like a time machine for your ears!
 
PROG'OPOLIS BLAST FROM THE PAST PRESENTS...
"Schizopolis: Episode I" (original broadcast date 08.02.04)
 
Marillion - Incommunicado
Sonic Youth - Theresa's Sound World
Jeff Buckley - Dream Brother
Sigur Ros - E-bow
Queen - Somebody To Love
Beth Orton - Ooh Child
Beth Orton - Daybreaker
King Crimson - Starless
Spacetime Continuum - Further Down The Road
Tarnation - Christine
Afghan Whigs - Fountain And Fairfax
Richard Wright - Summer Elegy
Marillion - The Invisible Man
David Bowie - The Laughing Gnome
Milla Jovovich - Separate Worlds (remix)
Spiritualized - Rated X
Scott Weiland - Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down
Vienna Teng - Gravity
A Silver Mount Zion - 13 Angels Standing Guard 'Round The Side Of Your Bed
Sonic Youth - Nic Fit
Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Lucky Man
Massive Attack - Man Next Door
Toy Matinee - The Ballad of Jenny Ledge
Michael Andrews - Mad World
Tears For Fears - Sea Song
Title: Re:Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 27, 2006, 10:16:28 am
The latest episode of "Prog'opolis" was proof positive that you can't keep a good internet radio station down. Having recovered from a hacker attack that brought the website down on Thursday, our good friends at Team DLBN worked tirelessly and successfully to get everything back up and running--including the chatroom--by showtime Saturday night. Happy birthday wishes and a special song dedication went out to fellow DJ Steve "The Point Of No Return" Cozart, and we paid tribute to the mighty and versatile career of percussionist extraordinaire Pat Mastelotto with a special Crimson Connection. The archive of the show awaits your eager ears, so be good to yourself and indulge in what has come to be known as "Prog'opolis #72: Coming Back To Life".

PROG'OPOLIS #72 (08.26.06)
Elbow - Any Day Now (6.18)

Kansas - Point Of Know Return (3.09) *SPECIAL DEDICATION*
Pink Floyd - Take It Back (6.12)
Pink Floyd - Coming Back To Life (6.19)
Coldplay - Don't Panic (2.16)

Genesis - Get 'Em Out By Friday (8.37)
Jeff Buckley - Back In N.Y.C. (7.37)

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION: Pat Mastelotto Appreciation Hour
Centrozoon - Bigger Space (9.18)
King Crimson - Level Five (7.14)
TU - Jamoohra (2.42)
Bozzio and Mastelotto - BoMo (3.04)
CG3+2 - The Chase (7.34)
King Crimson - B'boom (live) (6.48)
King Crimson - THRAK (live) (6.28)
Tuner - Up, Down, Forward, and Return (5.53)
Mr. Mister - Run To Her (3.37)
ProjeKct Three - Masque Part iii (5.22)

Camel - Chord Change (live) (8.08)
Variant - Regardless (9.26)
Bruno Kirby - Babyfishmouth (0.40)
Kenso - Syoubumon (5.10)
Marillion - White Russian (6.27) REQUEST
Riverside - The Time I Was Daydreaming (4.52)

Tears For Fears - Swords And Knives (6.20)
Tears For Fears - Year Of The Knife (6.55)
Tears For Fears - Famous Last Words (4.31)
Blackfield - Blackfield (5.01)
David Sylvian - Orpheus (4.51) REQUEST
Vince Font - Writing On The Wall (4.59) REQUEST

Transatlantic - Stranger In Your Soul (30.00)
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Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 04, 2006, 08:26:37 am
EXTRA! EXTRA! HEAR ALL ABOUT IT! "THE GRAVY TRAIN" makes an impressive return on episode number 73 of "Prog'opolis", bringing with it a saucerful of secrets, paintboxes, and sheep. Pack your favorite biscuit and hop aboard, where the more Floyd the merrier takes the prize, and even Fish manages to impress the most hardened of critics with his impeccable rendition of "Fearless". Did you know September 5 would have been Freddie Mercury's 60th birthday? Come join us as we celebrate the memory of the man born Farrokh Bulsara and speak of the irreplaceable space he left behind. You can also listen to find out how you can win a FREE copy of the brand new Joe Griffin CD "Rough Cut Love", which we premiered in the third hour of the show. Hurry while supplies last! The free copies are flying as fast and furious as Reggie Bannister's ice cream on a sizzlin' summer day. Yowza.
 
PROG'OPOLIS #73 (09.02.06)
Peter Hammill - Crying Wolf (5.12)
 
Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso - Cento Mani E Cento Occhi (5.18)
Porcupine Tree - Lips Of Ashes (4.39)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Iconoclast (1.15)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Mass (3.12)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Manticore (1.52)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Battlefield (3.51)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Aquatarkus (4.04)
 
Adrian Belew - Whatever (3.17)
Variant - Carrin' Carrion (10.23)
 
THE GRAVY TRAIN
Pink Floyd - Welcome to The Machine (7.33)
Pink Floyd - Paintbox (3.48)
Fish - Fearless (6.15)
Pink Floyd - Lucifer Sam (3.07) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - A Saucerful of Secrets (live) (12.48)
A Chill Out Tribute To Pink Floyd - Sheep (9.26)
Pink Floyd - Stay (4.05)
Pink Floyd - Two Suns In The Sunset (5.17)
 
SPECIAL PREMIERE: Joe Griffin "Rough Cut Love"
Joe Griffin - Clearly Better (2.55)
Joe Griffin - Year Of The Car Crash (5.55)
Joe Griffin - Never Leave You (3.21)
 
Joe Griffin - If You Ever (5.08)
Joe Griffin - Cold Hands Warm Heart (3.39)
 
Fish - What Colour Is God? (5.50)
Alistair Henry - Momentary Dementia News (6.09)
RPWL - Lights (8.30) REQUEST
Ghost - Hazy Paradise (4.52)
 
Queen - You're My Best Friend (2.51)
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (Live At The Bowl) (5.25)
Analog Missionary - Interference (6.02)
Elbow - Crawling With Idiot (4.41)
Elbow - Grace Under Pressure (5.02)
Elbow - Flying Dream 143 (1.46)
 
Weird Al Yankovic - You're Pitiful (3.16) SPECIAL DEDICATION
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 10, 2006, 10:57:41 am
Straight from the best-of archives, we bring you this fabulous repeat performance of yet another classic show. Prog'opolis #8 originally aired Saturday, April 9 2005, and was chock full of prog rock goodness: from Camel Break to Crimson Connection, from Freddie Mercury to Roger Waters, from Marillion to Rush (yes, that's right, Rush)! Join us on this jaunt down memory lane and revisit the days of old with your hosts Vince and Daisy Jane. Be sure to tune in next Saturday the 16th for a very special BRUFORD CONNECTION, Part II (by popular demand)!

THE BEST OF PROG'OPOLIS: April 9 2005 (Show #8)
Roger Hodgson - Had A Dream [Sleeping With The Enemy] (8.27)
Toy Matinee - Last Plane Out (5.13)

Rush - Time Stand Still (5.09)
Marillion - Don't Hurt Yourself (5.48)
Pink Floyd - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (5.27)
Enchant - At Death's Door (7.16)

Porcupine Tree - Halo (4.38)
Porcupine Tree - Lazarus (4.18)
Porcupine Tree - Start Of Something Beautiful (7.48)

CAMEL BREAK
Camel - Freefall (5.44)
Camel - Mystic Queen (6.53)
Camel - Another Night (6.53)
Camel - Down On The Farm (4.24)
Pete Bardens - In Dreams (5.32) REQUEST

Azureth - Overture (5.36)
Lightspeed - Let Me In (6.12)
Azureth - Humanity Revisited (4.35)

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION
King Crimson - Frame By Frame (5.06)
U.K. - The Only Thing She Needs (7.51)
Bill Bruford's Earthworks - Half Life (5.16)
Robert Fripp - NY3 (2.16)
David Cross - Tonk (3.43)
King Crimson - Sailor's Tale (7.15)
Fripp & Eno - Lyra {background music}
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Barbarian (4.27)
Ten Seconds - Nightwebs (3.18)
Adrian Belew - Ampersand (4.22)
CG3+2 - Blockhead (3.33)
King Crimson - Elektrik (8.00)
Tony Levin Band - Back In NYC (live) (6.15)

Area 39 - The Dreamers Dreamed (7.14)
Vienna Teng - The Tower (3.52)
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (live) (5.25)
Roger Waters - Dunroamin, Duncarin, Dunlivin (3.04)
Roger Waters - The Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking (4.36)
Roger Waters - Every Stranger's Eyes (4.45)
Roger Waters - The Moment Of Clarity (1.28)

Elbow - Scattered Blacks and Whites (5.33)
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PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 17, 2006, 01:12:12 pm
Saturday night's show was dedicated to the memory of old friend Skot Littleton, who passed away Wednesday after a long fight with Hodgkin's lymphoma. Skot was a wonderful person as well as a huge prog fan, and so the night was spent in remembrance of his life and in celebration of the music he loved.

Note: The previously scheduled Crimson Connection "Bruford Hour, Part II" will air next Saturday, September 23.

Point, click, and listen: Show page: http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Stream the show: http://www.thedividingline.com/parchive.pls
Download the archive: http://www.thedividingline.com/archives/parchive.ogg

PROG'OPOLIS #74 (09.16.06)
In Memory of Skot Littleton: October 7, 1969 - September 13, 2006

Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe - Brother Of Mine (10.21)

Asia - Heat Of The Moment (3.54)
Pink Floyd - Pigs (Three Different Ones) (11.30)
Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings (6.33)

Queen - You're My Best Friend (2.51)
Eric Johnson - Friends (5.34)
Queensryche - Walk In The Shadows (3.34)
Queensryche - I Will Remember (4.25)
Peter Gabriel - San Jacinto (6.34)

Marillion - Slainte Mhath (4.44)
Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound (16.31)
Casey Kasem Temper Tantrum (1.51)
GTR - When the Heart Rules the Mind (5.24)
Camel - Spirit Of The Water (2.07)
Camel - Song Within A Song (7.14)
Pink Floyd - Us And Them (7.21)
Clannad - In a Lifetime (3.10)

Marillion - Paper Lies (5.47)
Marillion - Brave (7.56)
Marillion - The Great Escape (6.04)
Peter Gabriel - Sky Blue (6.37)
Phil Collins - Droned (2.50)
Phil Collins - Hand In Hand (5.25)
Cab Calloway - Are You Hep To The Jive (2.50)

Bjork - Army Of Me (3.54)
Genesis - Engangled (6.26)
The Sad Song Co - Wonderful Brothers (4.03)

Led Zeppelin - Thank You (4.47)
Rise Robots Rise - Talk Is Cheap (5.02)
Sheena Easton - For Your Eyes Only (3.04)

Morcheeba - Rome Wasn't Built In A Day (3.35)
Supertramp - Dreamer (3.32)
Kate Bush - This Woman's Work (3.40)
Edie Brickell - Ghost Of A Dog (1.34)
Richard Wright - Summer Elegy (4.55)

Marillion - Made Again (5.02)
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PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 24, 2006, 06:26:01 pm
Join us for another rip-roaring 4 hour prog extravaganza, as we delve yet again into the endless (and often tricky) catalogue of Bill Bruford for a very special Bruford Hour, Part II--delivered to you by popular demand. We also paid tribute to former Crimsonite Boz Burrell, who passed away this week at the age of 60. But hark, what's that I hear? The reappearance of the Camel Break? Another CD giveaway? More fanboy tales of Vienna Teng encounters? Get your download on and find out for yourselves.

PROG'OPOLIS #75 (09.23.06)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (live) (8.49)

Strawbs - Autumn (8.26)
Blackfield - Summer (4.12)
Variant - Going (7.00)
California Guitar Trio - Ghost Riders On The Storm (3.22)

Camel - Chord Change (live) (8.08)
Old Time Camel Cigarettes Commercial (0.59)
Camel - Air Born (5.02)
Camel - End Of The Line (6.53)

THE CRIMSON CONNECTION: The Bruford Hour, Part II
Bill Bruford - Land's End (10.19)
Yes - Survival (6.22)
David Torn - 3 Minutes of Pure Entertainment (7.10)
Genesis - Robbery Assault & Battery (live) (6.04)
Bruford - Beelzebub (3.52)
Bruford - The Sahara Of Snow (part i) (5.05)
Bruford - The Sahara Of Snow (part ii) (3.31)
Bruford Levin Upper Extremities - Cracking the Midnight Glass (6.06)
Genesis - Cinema Show (live) (11.00)
Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe - Fist Of Fire (3.32)
Gordian Knot - The Brook The Ocean (4.06)

Asia - Time Again (4.48) REQUEST
Alistair Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (4.13)
Supertramp - Hide In Your Shell (6.48) REQUEST
Joe Griffin - On Your Own (2.36)
Joe Griffin - Clearly Better (alternate recording) (3.18)
Analog Missionary - Harpoon (3.51)
Vienna Teng - Pontchartrain (6.15)
King Crimson - Lament (4.05) REQUEST

Boz Burrell 1946-2006
King Crimson: Islands (1971)
King Crimson - Forementera Lady (10.18)
King Crimson - Sailor's Tale (7.29)
King Crimson - The Letters (4.29)
King Crimson - Ladies Of The Road (5.34)
King Crimson - Prelude: Song Of The Gulls (4.14)
King Crimson - Islands (11.51)

Bad Company - Bad Company (4.50)
--
PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 01, 2006, 08:19:59 pm
VINCE AND DAISY CALL IT QUITS: MILLIONS IN SHOCK
written by Fooney Freestone, DISASSOCIATED PRESS

2 HOURS AGO
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

World famous internet radio hosts Vince & Daisy Font shocked listeners of their show Saturday night, announcing that their two-year run as DJ's on the Dividing Line Broadcast Network will come to an end October 28. Citing good relations with station management, the couple stated: "We are not leaving because we're pissed off at anyone--we're just a little burned out."

However critics of the most successful husband-wife duo since Lucy and Ricky say there is much more to the story than meets the eye. A recent inquiry into travel agency records near their Salt Lake City estate turned up evidence of half a dozen recent trips made by the couple to Helsinki, Finland--and sources are saying Vince Font, 36, has petitioned local courts to change his first name to Daphne.

Even stranger tales abound--from co-workers who say the couple have given their employers notice of resignation in exchange for high-level posts within the Department of Homeland Security, to neighbors who claim to have witnessed the couple building "some sort of craft" in a makeshift hangar in their backyard.

The announcement made on Saturday night's "Prog'opolis" appears only to have created more rumors than it dispelled, and the public outcry over Vince and Daisy's imminent departure has been immense and far reaching. Eric Burdon, former front-man for the 60s rock group The Animals, has released a remake of the band's classic song "Baby Please Don't Go", altering the lyrics and the title to reflect the sentiment of thousands. "Daisy Please Don't Go" debuted at #19 on Billboard's Top 100 new releases today, and it is said that even King Crimson maestro Robert Fripp has offered to allow his photograph to be taken onstage in exchange for the rescindment of the couple's decision to retire.

At present time the whereabouts of this enigmatic and eccentric duo are not known, and messages left with their press agency have not been returned.

PROG'OPOLIS #76 (09.30.06)
Marillion - Between You and Me (5.53)

Eagles - James Dean (3.37)
Riverside - Second Life Syndrome (15.40)
Alistair Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (8.39)

Porcupine Tree - Halo (4.38)

THE GRAVY TRAIN
Pink Floyd - The Happiest Days Of Our Lives (1.20)
Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall Part II (4.00)
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (5.16) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts VI-IX (12.29) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Run Like Hell (4.20) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - The Gunner's Dream (5.03) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine (4.12) REQUEST
Roger Waters - What God Wants, Part III (3.56)
Pink Floyd - Empty Spaces (4.42)
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4.49)

Steve Hackett - Ace Of Wands (5.25)
October Project - A Lonely Voice (4.21) REQUEST
Fish - View From The Hill (6.40)
David Sylvian - The Boy With The Gun (5.18)
Variant - When The Light's On (4.16)

Cake - Never There (2.44)
Damon & Naomi - We're Not There (5.07)
Genesis - Snowbound (4.29)
Fractal - Friptomoogosity (5.10)
Pinnacle - Information Overload (10.22)

The Sad Song Co - Into The Hills (3.32)
Adrian Belew - Matte Kudasai (2.18)
King Crimson - One More Red Nightmare (7.10)
Peter Hammill - Lost And Found (7.11)
Jon Astley - Jane's Getting Serious (4.24)
David Bowie - Starman (4.13)
h - Life On Mars (live) (4.18)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part Two (7.08) REQUEST

Dire Straits - Your Latest Trick (6.34)
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PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 23, 2006, 07:20:35 am
Tune to this week's "Prog'opolis", which featured English lessons, tales from the road, and a 75-minute Tony Levin Hour (math lessons next week!). Fresh from our week-long excursion to the Bay Area to see Roger Waters, Tony Levin and the mighty Porcupine Tree, we served up enough tidbits to make you feel as if you'd come along for the ride--sans roadsickness. Dubbed "T-Minus 1" and "The Penultimate Prog'opolis" as the night wore on, this was our second-to-last show. We invite everyone to tune in live next Saturday October 28th for the final broadcast. It ought to be a blast!

PROG'OPOLIS #77 (10.21.06)
Porcupine Tree - Deadwing (9.10)

David Gilmour - You Know I'm Right (5.06)
U.K. - Danger Money (8.14)
Kino - Leave a Light On (6.17)
801 - Baby's on Fire (live) (4.50)
Genesis - Unquiet Slumbers For the Sleepers/In That Quiet Earth (7.11) REQUEST
Genesis - Afterglow (4.10)

THE LEVIN CONNECTION
Tony Levin - Break It Down (7.02)
King Crimson - Thela Hun Ginjeet (6.25)
Bozzio Levin Stevens - Tragic (6.59)
Tony Levin Band - Back In N.Y.C. (live) (6.15)
Tony Levin Band - Sleepless (live) (7.00)
Peter Gabriel - Excuse Me (3.20)
Liquid Tension Experiment - Universal Mind (7.53)
Bruford Levin Upper Extremities - Cracking the Midnight Glass (6.06)
Simon Apple - Weight Of The World (4.09)
King Crimson - Elephant Talk (4.42)
Tony Levin - What Would Jimi Do? (4.33) REQUEST
Tony Levin - Utopia (6.21)

Robert Fripp and David Sylvian - Firepower (10.27) REQUEST
Marillion - Punch & Judy (3.21) REQUEST
Genesis - Ripples (8.06) REQUEST
Fractal - Continuum (6.30)
Alistair Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (5.47)
Porcupine Tree - Trains (5.56)

Frank Zappa - Stink Foot (6.34)
Variant - Deeds (6.13)
Peter Hammill - Alice (Letting Go) (5.34)
Marillion - Cover My Eyes (Pain and Heaven) (3.53) REQUEST
Riverside - The Same River (12.01)

OSI - Shutdown (10.24) REQUEST
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PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 30, 2006, 08:36:14 am
Excerpt from last week's TV Guide:

DLBN: "Prog'opolis: The Final Chapter" (2006) ***
Starring: Vince Font, Daisy Jane Font
Zombies created by a chemical fire attack a couple celebrating the final broadcast of their popular internet radio show. Low-budget Halloween frightfest co-stars Madeline Kahn, Roy Orbison, Adrian Belew, Shawn Bishop. {Comedy/Horror/Musical, 301mins)

REPLAY THIS SHOW:
Show page: http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Stream the show: http://www.thedividingline.com/parchive.pls
Download the archive: http://www.thedividingline.com/archives/parchive.ogg

PROG'OPOLIS: The Final Broadcast (10.28.06)
Styx - The Grand Illusion (4.35)

King Crimson - Three Of A Perfect Pair (4.13)
Porcupine Tree - Blackest Eyes (4.23)
Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees (4.50)
Yes - Siberian Khatru (8.53)

Tony Levin - Sabre Dance (5.07)
Adrian Belew - Welcome To Prog'opolis! (0.03)
Adrian Belew - Dinosaur (acoustic) 5.44)
Camel - Rhayader (3.01)
Camel - Rhayader Goes To Town (5.20)
Davo's Prog Taxi - Prog'opolis Lessons (0.08)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Red (5.59)

Variant - The Vince and Daisy Belews (5.56)
Erik from Variant - Prog'opolis Punker (0.08)
Variant - Carrin' Carrion (10.23)
Steve Hackett - Every Day (6.14)
Alistair Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (7.36)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - From The Beginning (4.11)

Marillion - Ocean Cloud (17.58)
Brems from IZZ - Prog'opolis (0.11)
IZZ - The Bar Song (4.09)
Madeline Khan - I'm Tired (5.19)

Kino - Letting Go (5.25)
Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill (4.21)
Prog'opolis - The Spider Incident (1.03)
Anthony Phillips - Um And Aargh (4.53)
Genesis - Turn It On Again (3.46)

Gong - Expresso (5.58)
Kate Bush - Pi (6.09)
Headshear - Complex Nothing (4.33) REQUEST

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Eczema Bop (4.23)
Christopher Petkus - Licking Boots (2.56)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Mother (3.13)
Joe Griffin - Year Of The Car Crash (5.56)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - In Heaven (2.17)

Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings (6.33) REQUEST
U.K. - Rendezvous 6-02 (5.00)
Shawn Bishop - Goodbye V + D (2.48)
Genesis - The Lamia (6.57)

Marillion - Misplaced Childhood Redux (17.03)
Riverside - The Time I Was Daydreaming (4.52)
Vienna Teng - Transcontinental, 1:30AM (3.46)
Ozric Tentacles - Vedavox (2.51) REQUEST
Fractal - Friptomoogosity (live) (5.11)
Camel - Long Goodbyes (5.14)

Supertramp - Goodbye Stranger (5.48)
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PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 03, 2007, 07:09:57 pm
We're baaaaack! And we've brought Prog'opolis with us.
Check out the latest show at http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Episode #79 has hereby been subtitled "Spankfest '07".
Find out for yourselves... if you dare.

Love and Prog,
Vince and Daisy
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 17, 2007, 05:17:56 pm
The forces of nature and the demons of technology have conspired against us and have brought Prog'opolis to its knees. Last night our computer suffered what has been diagnosed as terminal failure, leaving us unable to broadcast and jeopardizing the future of Prog'opolis itself. Daisy Jane and I have resolved ourselves to work as dilligently as possible to regain all that was lost in time to bring you episode #80 of Prog'opolis, and will keep you all informed with weekly updates. If you see Bill Gates, bitch-slap him for us.

Otherwise feel free to listen to the most recent archive of the show from June 2nd:
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Love and Prog,
VnD (the good kind)
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PROG. It does a body good.
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 30, 2007, 10:50:14 am
A short time ago, on an internet radio station far, far away...

 

It is a period of technological uncertainty. Rebel DJ's,

broadcasting from a hidden studio deep in the badlands

of Utah, have won their first victory against the evil

Microsoft Empire.

 

During the battle, Dividing Line spies managed to concoct

a workaround to keep Prog'opolis broadcasting, all the while

working to thwart the Empire's ultimate weapon, the Blue Screen

of Death Star--a mysterious force with enough power to destroy

an entire computer.

 

Pursued by the Empire's sinister agents (who frequently disguise

themselves as software and hardware malfunctions), Princess Daisy

races to the local SmartTech aboard her little red Corvette,

custodian of the secret plan that can save her listeners

and restore Prog'opolis to the internet...

 

TO BE CONTINUED...

UNTIL THEN, PLEASE TUNE IN TONIGHT AT THE REGULARLY SCHEDULED TIME FOR A VERY SPECIAL BEST-OF EPISODE OF "PROG'OPOLIS". TONIGHT'S FEATURED SHOW: "EPISODE XIX - THE ROAR OF P4" (aka The Show That Damn Near Caused A Riot). Originally aired July 2, 2005.
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 04, 2007, 09:14:36 am
Get down with your patriotic selves and celebrate the 4th of July in style with the latest best-of episode of "Prog'opolis".

Be the envy of your friends and neighbors by kicking the day off in style like only Jimi Hendrix could do, with his classic rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner". Chase away unwanted guests with the hour-long Crimson Connection featuring Projekct 4! There's a song for every situation! Guaranteed to be the best 3 hours of listening you've done all day!

Download the show: http://www.thedividingline.com/archives/parchive.ogg
Stream the show: http://www.thedividingline.com/parchive.pls
Check out the playlist: http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Love, prog and fireworks,
Vince and Daisy
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 14, 2007, 09:47:08 am
It's hard to believe it's already been a year since the death of Pink Floyd founder and legendary genius Syd Barrett. In memory of his passing, we proudly present a very special best-of episode of "Progopolis" (original broadcast date 7/15/2006). The show features an hour-long tribute to the life and career of Syd Barrett in the words of the man himself, and the people who knew him. Download the show now, or tune in tonight at 7pm Pacific to hear the re-broadcast of what still stands as one of the finest moments this ole internet radio show has ever known.

Check out the playlist: http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Stream the archive: http://www.thedividingline.com/parchive.pls
Download the whole damn thing: http://www.thedividingline.com/parchive.ogg

Love and Prog,
Vince and Daisy
Progopolis hosts

P.S. Vince and Daisy will be back with a BRAND NEW episode of "Progopolis" on Saturday, July 28--just in time to celebrate their third anniversary with The Dividing Line. Oh, please do come.
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 30, 2007, 03:55:29 am
Your bi-monthly episode of Prog'opolis is now available for download at http://www.thedividingline.com/p. The show was dedicated to the memory of our friend and fellow DJ David Plummer, who passed away last week at the age of 48. He will be missed, but not forgotten.

Prog'opolis Episode #80
July 28, 2007
 
King Crimson - Requiem (6:34) In memory of DaveP
Prog'opolis Show Intro (1:55)
Bozzio Levin Stevens - Chaos/Control (8:49)

Toy Matinee - Last Plane Out (5:13)
Blackfield - Cloudy Now (3:34)
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World (3:57)

Ozric Tentacles - Splat! (8:59) REQUEST
Particle - 7 Minutes Til Radio Darkness Part 1 (1:47)
Particle - 7 Minutes Til Radio Darkness Part 2 (2:30)
Van Der Graaf Generator - Lost (11:17)

Rush - Time Stand Still (5:08) For DaveP
Oceansize - You Wish (6:00) REQUEST
Robert Fripp - Exposure (4:26)
King Crimson - Thela Hun Ginjeet (6:25) REQUEST
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - Help I'm a Rock (4:43)

Camel - Song Within A Song (7:14)
Camel - Never Let Go (6:25)
Camel - Spirit Of The Water (2:07)
Kate Bush - Mrs. Bartolozzi (5:58)
OSI - All Gone Now (5:15) REQUEST

Eloy - Incarnation of The Logos (8:27)
Queen - Killer Queen (3:00)
Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso - La Conquista Della Posizione Eretta (8:41) REQUEST
Genesis - Blood on The Rooftops (5:28)
Imogene - Happy Communing (2:46)
Riverside - Stuck Between (3:56)
Happy The Man - Carousel (4:08) REQUEST
Adrian Belew - Matte Kudasai (2:18)

Tom Jones - It's Not Unusual (1:59)
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PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 12, 2007, 03:50:03 pm
Due to a mild case of Captain Tripps, Vince and Daisy had to call in sick for their regularly scheduled show this week. In their absence, The Dividing Line Broadcast Network is proud to present the following best-of episode of "Prog’opolis” from the golden oldie archives. Originally aired March 18, 2006 (and what a year THAT was, children!) this is the show that was subtitled “The Almost-Darwin Award”. Those of you too young to have listened live will simply have hear for yourselves to understand, and those of us old enough to remember will laugh like we did in years of old. The following news story was published in the days preceding the show, and provides a peek into the awe-inspiring story behind Episode 53.

INTERNET RADIO HOST NARROWLY ESCAPES DARWIN AWARD WIN

(SALT LAKE CITY, UT)
"In retrospect, locking the house key inside the house was our first mistake," Vince Font, co-host of the internet radio show "Prog'opolis", said at a press conference early Sunday morning. "We were forced to break into our own house and it was all downhill from there."

Font and his wife Daisy Jane were unable to gain access to their Salt Lake City home Friday night due to a malfunctioning garage door opener. After realizing they had left their one and only key inside the house, the couple was forced to take measures into their own hands--with comedic and near tragic results.

"By the time we got the ladder from my mom's house it was raining outside," Daisy Jane, co-host with Font of their wildly popular internet radio show, stated. "I would have offered to climb the ladder myself but I didn't want the neighborhood peeking up my skirt. They all want me."

Font, 36, managed to pry open a window but slipped as he was readjusting his enormous mass and sailed headlong into the couple's split-level dwelling. Witnesses claim to have heard the crash up to a quarter mile away. The extent of his injuries were unconfirmed at the time of this report, but Font appeared to be limping as he approached reporters for the press conference.

"We're just lucky he didn't earn a Darwin Award in the process," said Daisy, referring to the honor given people who supposedly improve the human gene pool by removing themselves from it in a spectacularly stupid manner, and with a flippant eyeroll added, "but there's still plenty of time for that."

Check out this show at http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 27, 2007, 05:55:34 am
Prog'opolis #81 is ready for your listening pleasure!

This week's show features:

* Nick Drake "Family Tree" special
* Music by King L and Jabba's Palace Band
* Special message from DJ Stevie Wayne of KAB
* Our first celebrity request

Check it out:
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

PROG'OPOLIS - Episode #81

8/25/2007

 

King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part II (6:08)

 

King L - Greedy (4:43)

Steven Wilson - Prog'opolis (0:03)

Porcupine Tree - Nine Cats (3:54)

Genesis - The Return of the Giant Hogweed (8:06)

Stevie Wayne - Ahoy, Maties (0:04)

Jabba's Palace Band - Lapti Nek (2:50)

Adrian Belew - Welcome to Prog'opolis (0:02)

Adrian Belew - Adidas in Heat (2:47)

 

King Crimson - Frame By Frame (4:54) REQUEST

Tony Levin - Utopia (6:16)

Asia - Don't Cry (3:35)

 

Nick Drake's "Family Tree"

Nick Drake - Pink Moon (1:49)

Nick Drake - Fly (2:55)

Nick Drake - One Of These Things First (4:47)

Nick Drake - Strange Meeting II (4:12)

Nick Drake - Hazey Jane I (4:26)

 

Fractal - Aftermath (9:05)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Living Sin (3:13)

 

RPWL - Roses (6:20)

Marillion - Afraid of Sunlight (6:44)

Marillion - Kayleigh (3:52)

Prog'opolis - The Spider Incident (1:00)

Kansas - The Spider (2:03)

 

King Crimson - Trio (5:23) REQUEST

King Crimson - Starless (12:10) REQUEST

Joe Griffin - Prog'opolis (0:03)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Eczema Bop (4:21)

 

Neil Young - Broken Arrow (5:58)

Anekdoten - Seljak (5:10) REQUEST

 

Genesis - Entangled (6:32)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 09, 2007, 06:23:30 pm
Prog'opolis #82 is now available for your listening pleasure.
Check it out at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Show highlights:
* Music from the Steven Wilson project I.E.M.
* Burton Gilliam sings "The Camp Town Ladies".
* Music by Transister. http://www.myspace.com/transisterofficial
* The top 14 rejected slogans for beer.
* Your bi-monthly fix of all things Crimson (of course).

...And much, much more!

Love and Prog,
Vince and Daisy
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 23, 2007, 12:27:26 pm
Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) stated early Sunday that a recent adjustment to the atomic clock would require the citizens of the world to set their clocks ahead 2.6 seconds. They also announced the official time to download the latest episode of PROGOPOLIS as "immediately", and warned failure to do so could result in irreparable damage to time-pieces everywhere due to the coalescence of cold atoms in atomic fountains. For further information go to http://www.thedividingline.com/p and select STREAM or DOWNLOAD options.

Show highlights include:
* New show segment "Sod The Neighbours"
* Discover the amazing King L
* News of the weird with "The Momentary Dementia News"
* Miss Teen South Carolina performs a duet with iQ
* Adrian Belew turns water into wine

PROGOPOLIS: Episode #83
9/22/2007
 
Robert Fripp - You Burn Me Up I'm A Cigarette (2:23)
 
Yes - Owner Of A Lonely Heart (4:29)
Primus - John the Fisherman (Live) (3:54)
Genesis - Turn It On Again (featuring Shawn Bishop) (3:46)
King Crimson - I Talk To The Wind (6:06)
Blackfield - Epidemic (4:59)
 
Particle - Sun Mar 11 (10:39)
Erik from Variant - Punk Rocker (0:13)
Variant - Going (7:00)
Pink Floyd - Welcome to The Machine (7:33)
 
** NEW SHOW SEGMENT: "Sod The Neighbours" **
Toy Dolls - Sod the Neighbours (2:15)
 
David Gilmour - All Lovers Are Deranged (3:14)
John Galgano - Dince and Vaisy (0:07)
IZZ - Double Bass (2:23)
iQ - iQ (featuring Miss Teen South Carolina) (7:23)
Camel - Air Born (5:02)
Alistair Henry - Momentary Dementia News (6:41)
Bill Bruford - Five G (4:46)
 
John Wesley - Always Be (5:41)
Marillion - No Such Thing (3:58)
King L - That's How It Works (5:17)
Frank Zappa - Fembot in a Wet T-Shirt (4:44)
Frank Zappa - On the Bus (4:19)
Frank Zappa - Why Does It Hurt When I Pee? (2:35)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part 1 (Live) (7:48)
Adrian Belew - Welcome to Progopolis (0:05)
Adrian Belew - Water Turns to Wine (3:46)
 
Danny Wilson - Mary's Prayer (3:54)
Steven Wilson - Progopolis (0:06)
Porcupine Tree - Space Transmission (2:59)
Porcupine Tree - Halo (4:38)
The Sad Song Co - Domestic Drama (10:15)

Don Nelson - Nola's Bounce (6:25)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 30, 2007, 04:21:17 pm
DIVIDING LINE DJ REVEALED AS UNIVERSITY TASER VICTIM

The man who was zapped into the national spotlight recently for being tasered by University of Florida police during an appearance by former Presidential candidate John Kerry has been identified as Vince Font, 37, co-host of the internet radio show "Progopolis". Early reports, which identified the man as a 21-year-old University student, have been discredited. Font was tasered again during a recent live broadcast of "Progopolis" by his wife and co-host, in which he was heard to scream the now famous words "Don't tase me bro!" moments before the electric shock was applied. It wasn't until the broadcast gained the attention of Florida police that they realized the wrong man had been taken into custody. Font and his wife Daisy, who broadcast out of Vancouver, could not be reached for comment. The incident has propelled "Progopolis", a 3-hour Saturday night internet radio show dedicated to the genre of progressive rock, into the international spotlight. The recent on-air incident occurred at 56:50 into the broadcast and can be heard by downloading the show at http://www.thedividingline.com/p


PROGOPOLIS: Episode #84
9/29/2007

Airbag - Feeling Less (5:18)

King Crimson - Drop In (4:50)
William Shatner - I Wanna Sex You Up (:43)
Riverside - 02 Panic Room (3:53)
Yes - Survival (6:17)
Airbag - Safe Like You (7:50)

Porcupine Tree - Cheating the Polygraph (6:50)
**THE TASER INCIDENT**

Fractal - Rave7 (3:42)
Christopher Petkus - Flight of the Cree-Cree Bird (:31)
David Cross (featuring Peter Hammill) - Tonk (3:40)

*** "Sod The Neighbours" ***
Aphex Twin - Come to Daddy (4:06)

King L - The Dumbest Story (3:25)
Marillion - The Answering Machine (3:42)
Pink Floyd - Us and Them (7:15)
David Sylvian - Nostalgia (5:34)
Genesis - No Reply At All (4:35)

King Crimson - One More Red Nightmare (6:55)
Allstar Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (7:10)
Carl Palmer - Tank (5:10)
Joe Griffin - Never The Dawn (3:34)
Henry Cow - Teenbeat Reprise (4:55)

The Doors - Riders on the Storm (6:45)
King Crimson - Three of a Perfect Pair *live* (3:56)
The Wishing Tree - Empire of Lies (5:26)
Variant - Deeds (6:07)
Toy Dolls - Nellie the Elephant (3:25)

Airbag - Sounds That I Hear, Part I (2:08)
Airbag - Sounds That I Hear, Part II (7:47)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 14, 2007, 11:48:57 am
They said it couldn't be done, but this week your flexible and talented hosts Vince and Daisy put forth with a solid 180 minutes of Tony Levin and related material, all in celebration of Papa Bear's brand new album "Stick Man". This show is an absolute must-listen for any self respecting prog fans!

In this week's episode:
* Premiere of Tony Levin's new CD "Stick Man" www.tonylevin.com
* Liquid Trio Experiment's "Spontaneous Combustion" www.magnacarta.net
* BPM&M's "ExtraKcts and ArtifaKcts"
* Another fun-filled installment of "Sod The Neighbours"
* And more...

Just go to http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Much Love,
Vince and Daisy
Prog'opolis hosts
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 21, 2007, 05:03:11 pm
On this week's special "40 Years of Floyd" episode:
* Celebrate the 40th anniversary of "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn"
* Hear two incredible covers by indie bands Airbag and Donny Who Loved Bowling
* Roger Waters unleashes his fury
* Tiny Tim performs "Another Brick in the Wall"
* And more...

Download the show at http://www.thedividingline.com/p


PROG'OPOLIS: Episode #86
10/20/2007

Pink Floyd - Have a Cigar (5:06)

Pink Floyd w/Bob Geldof - In the Flesh / The Thin Ice (3:11)
Pink Floyd - Roger Gets Upset (1:32)
Pink Floyd - Pigs on the Wing Part One (1:22)
Pink Floyd - Dogs (16:59)
Pink Floyd - Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk (3:00)

Airbag - Arnold Layne (7:41)
Pink Floyd - Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun *live* (9:08)
Davo's Prog Taxi - Prog'opolis Lessons (0:09)
David Gilmour - Until We Sleep (5:15)

Pink Floyd - One of These Days *live* (5:14) REQUEST
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Late Night (3:54)
Pink Floyd - Time (6:42)
Pink Floyd - On the Turning Away (5:37)
Pink Floyd - Roger Gets Upset Again (0:29)
Pink Floyd - Bike (3:24) REQUEST

Tiny Tim - Another Brick in the Wall (4:22)
Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine (4:06)
Pink Floyd - Echoes (16:23)
Pink Floyd - If (4:24) REQUEST

Pink Floyd - Run Like Hell (4:05) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - One Slip (4:30)
A Chill Out Tribute to Pink Floyd - Sheep (9:19)
Sparklehorse w/Thom Yorke - Wish You Were Here (6:51)
Pink Floyd - The Great Gig in the Sky (4:34)
Pink Floyd - Hey You (4:35)
Pink Floyd - Vera (1:28)
Pink Floyd - Let There Be More Light (5:34)
Pink Floyd - Empty Spaces *movie version* (4:47)

Pink Floyd - Pigs (Three Different Ones) (11:14) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4:44) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - When the Tigers Broke Free (3:37) REQUEST

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (5:19)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 12, 2007, 09:12:53 pm
PROG'OPOLIS: Episode #87
11/10/2007

Just in time to rescue your Sunday afternoon from the brink of absolute gloom, we bring you episode number 87 of your favorite internet radio show. In this episode...

* Tales of earthquakes and debauchery
* Daisy's pornographic hangman
* New music from Airbag www.airbagsound.com
* Adrian Belew's introduction to Prog'opolis
* A Veteran's Day dedication from iQ
And more...

http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 25, 2007, 08:41:55 pm
Episode #88 of Prog'opolis is in the books and available for download now. In this episode we made the exciting announcement that the show is now being offered in podcast form. Go to http://www.thedividingline.com/p for more info on how you can get this week's show (as well as a few repeat "best of" episodes) in mp3 format! Also on this week's show...

* Robert Fripp and Adrian Belew's "ProjeKct Six" www.dgmlive.com
* New music from Norwegian prog rockers Airbag www.airbagsound.com
* More new music from Riverside and American proggers Azureth

And oh, so much more.

Love and Prog,
Vince and Daisy
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 10, 2007, 08:14:34 pm
A special 3-hour Crimson Connection. You read that right. Those of you hungering for the good old days when "The Crimson Connection" was a regular weekly feature on Prog'opolis should be licking your lips right about now. And if you're smart, heading over to http://www.thedividingline.com/p to download the show archive. We even gave you a taste of Adrian Belew's brand new live album "Side Four" to get you in the mood for our upcoming December 22 all-Belew special. So kick your spirit into high gear with what we like to call A Very Crimson Christmas. It only comes around once a year, so get it while it lasts!

Much love,
Vince and Daisy
Prog'opolis hosts
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 24, 2007, 08:55:21 am
Join us in celebrating the birthday of one of progressive rock's most versatile and enduring figures, Adrian Belew, as we premiere his latest release "Side Four" and take a tour through his prolific catalogue of sound.

Also don't forget to vote for Prog'opolis at www.podcastalley.com and help put prog on the podcast map!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,
Vince and Daisy Jane

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 06, 2008, 05:05:00 pm
Vince and Daisy take a look back at the best new music of 2007.

Check a look at the playlist and download the podcast in mp3 format here: http://www.thedividingline.com/p.

Don't forget to be here next Saturday as Vince, Daisy, Mary, Shawn (and guests) host an epic 6-hour broadcast live from Studio Prog'opolis!

Much Love,
V and D
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 11, 2008, 12:50:07 pm
From the deep dark depths of the best-of vaults, we bring you Prog'opolis: The Halloween Special. Originally broadcast October 29, 2005, this two-hour episode stands as one of the more interesting (and frightening) moments in Prog'opolis history. The podcast is available for immediate download--just go to http://www.thedividingline.com/p and click on the Podcast icon to access the current library of shows. Also, don't forget to vote for Prog'opolis at http://www.podcastalley.com and help put prog on the podcast map.

Much Love,
Vince and Daisy
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 16, 2008, 12:20:23 pm
Saturday night, Studio Prog'opolis was home to not one but two DLBN shows in a six-hour broadcasting marathon/party in celebration of Daisy Jane's birthday.

The first show was Mary "Grrrl" Campbell's "Underdog Prog", followed up by Shawn "The Bishie" Bishop's "Behind The Lines". Each can be downloaded now by going to www.thedividingline.com.

This was truly a monumental occasion in the history of the DLBN, not to mention a very special night in the life of everyone's favorite Prog'opolis co-host Daisy Jane. If you missed any part, download the shows. You'll be so glad you did!
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 28, 2008, 06:51:41 am
Thrill to the snap, crackle and pop of The Alan Parsons Project "Tales of Mystery and Imagination" in its original glorious vinyl entirety, as we celebrate Edgar Allan Poe's 199th birthday. Download the podcast now at http://www.thedividingline.com/p and help put progressive rock on the podcast map by voting for Prog'opolis at www.podcastalley.com

PROG'OPOLIS: Episode #92
01/26/2008

Royksopp - Remind Me (3:39)

Deerhoof - Cast Off Crown (2:47)
King Crimson - Indoor Games (5:37)
Particle - The Elevator (7:30)
Kammerflimmer Kollektief - Implodiert (6:00)
BPM&M - Bonkers (1:46)
Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put a Spell on You (2:30)

Porcupine Tree - Halo (4:38)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - It Can't Happen Here (3:56)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Temporary Secretary (3:01)
Blackfield - My Gift Of Silence (4:05)
David Bowie - Life On Mars? (3:50)

The featured concept album, in vinyl:
Alan Parsons Project - Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Side One) (20:59)
Alan Parsons Project - Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Side Two) (19:24)

Bill Bruford - Gothic 17 (5:08)
Electric Light Orchestra - Ma-Ma-Ma Belle (4:12)
King Crimson - Book Of Saturday (Live) (3:02) REQUEST
Kate Bush - Wow (3:46)
Gong - Cat In Clark's Shoes (7:43)

Dixie Dregs - Gina Lola Breakdown (3:59)
Tangerine Dream - Mothers of Rain (5:14)
The Lounge Lizards - Do the Wrong Thing (2:42)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Endless Enigma, Part 1 (6:41)
Yes - Then (5:46)
Big Big Train - The Road Much Further on (8:39)

King Crimson - I Talk To The Wind (6:06)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on February 09, 2008, 10:40:43 am
Direct from the golden oldie archives comes this mammoth best-of episode of Prog'opolis, which documents the night the live audience took over the show and demanded a Zappathon (aka Zappagasm/Zapplosion/Zapp'opolis). Listen and laugh as your affable hosts discuss Vince's near-Darwin Award win; cringe in terror and disgust as Daisy delivers not one, but TWO spankings! And if that ain't enough, we top it all off with a killer Crimson Connection guaranteed to have you doing the one-hand clap by halftime. All this (and more) is available now in podcast format by going here http://www.thedividingline.com/p and clicking the "podcast" icon.

**FAME-O-METER UPDATE**
Thanks to your votes, Prog'opolis is now ranked #205 out of over 10,000 other shows at Podcast Alley. Help put progressive rock on the podcast map by voting Prog'opolis. Go here for further details: http://podcastalley.com/podcast_details.php?pod_id=53068

Love and Prog,
V and D
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 03, 2008, 07:15:20 pm
Back from the brink of near computer doom, Vince and Daisy bring you a smorgasbord of prog both new and old, thrilling your ears with an impromptu Crimson Connection and stumping for Adrian Belew's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Playlist for Prog'opolis #93 (March 1, 2008)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - From The Beginning (4:17)
Blackfield - Epidemic (4:59)
Big Big Train - Fighter Command (10:44)
Yes - Then (5:46)
Supertramp - School (5:35)
Pink Floyd - Dogs (17:06)
King Crimson - Elephant Talk (4:42)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Catfood (6:19)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (live) (7:24)
Robert Fripp - Exposure (4:26)
Adrian Belew Power Trio - Thela Hun Ginjeet (6:11)
Adrian Belew - All Her Love Is Mine (4:28)
National Health - Starlight on Seaweed (3:07)
Tuner - Mouth Piece (4:19)
Craig Armstrong - Starless II (4:37)
King Crimson - Lament (4:05)
Particle - Eye of the Storm (live) (21:14)
Genesis - The Carpet Crawlers (live) (6:15)
Marillion - Built-In Bastard Radar (4:52)
Fractal - Turgidus Maximus (5:24)
RPWL - Roses (6:36)
Blackfield - My Gift Of Silence (4:05)

--
PROG. It does a body good.
http://www.thedividingline.com
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 16, 2008, 02:06:31 pm
Vince and Daisy celebrate the 35th anniversary of Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" in retro style. Dim the lights and listen loud. Also...

* Late breaking news about Fish's upcoming North American tour.
* Oscar-winning music from The Frames' Glen Hansard.
* Jeff Buckley finally scores a #1 hit, 11 years after his death.
* New music from Unity Gain.
* Pi Day celebrations held on 3/14.

And oh, so much more! Get the show at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Note: The next episode of Prog'opolis airs Saturday 3/29.

Love and Prog,
V and D
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 30, 2008, 03:26:59 pm
Vince and Daisy premiere the new Nine Inch Nails epic "Ghosts I-IV", Trent Reznor's experimental masterpiece featuring Adrian Belew of King Crimson. Download the first nine tracks free at http://ghosts.nin.com. Also, it's been 25 years since the release of two seminal--albeit different--80's albums: Marillion's "Script For a Jester's Tear" and Tears For Fears' "The Hurting"--listen to both albums in their entirety, only on episode 95 of Prog'opolis.

Download the podcast from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Playlist for Prog'opolis Episode 95 (3/29/2008)

Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts III (2:51)
King Crimson - Cat Food *live* (4:35)
Jeff Buckley - Haven't You Heard (4:07)
Rush - The Trees (4:45)
Christopher Petkus - Boxing CJ (0:25)
Yes - Roundabout (8:35)

**Tears For Fears "The Hurting" (Original release date March 25, 1983)**
Tears For Fears - The Hurting (4:20)
Tears For Fears - Mad World (3:35)
Tears For Fears - Pale Shelter (4:34)
Tears For Fears - Ideas as Opiates (3:46)
Tears For Fears - Memories Fade (5:08)
Tears For Fears - Suffer the Children (3:53)
Tears For Fears - Watch Me Bleed (4:18)
Tears For Fears - Change (4:15)
Tears For Fears - The Prisoner (2:55)
Tears For Fears - Start of the Breakdown (5:00)

**SPECIAL PREMIERE: Nine Inch Nails "Ghosts I-IV" featuring Adrian Belew**
http://ghosts.nin.com
Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I (3:51)
Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I (2:13)
Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts II (2:17)
Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts II (3:05)
Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts III (2:54)
Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts III (2:43)
Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts IV (5:22)
Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts IV (4:25)

King Crimson - Fallen Angel (6:03)
David Cross - Troppo (8:44)
Adrian Belew Power Trio - Young Lions *live* (4:13)

**Marillion "Script For a Jester's Tear" (Original release date March 1983)**
Marillion - Script For a Jester's Tear (8:42)
Marillion - He Knows, You Know (5:23)
Marillion - The Web (8:52)
Marillion - Garden Party (7:19)
Marillion - Chelsea Monday (8:17)
Marillion - Forgotten Sons (8:23)

Jim Croce - The Ball of Kerrymuir (3:35) *REQUEST*
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 13, 2008, 08:43:07 am
In the latest episode of "Prog'opolis"...

* Premiere of the new Van der Graaf Generator album Trisector.
* King Crimson tour dates announced.
* A new Crimson Connection is born.
* Tribute to Charlton Heston (1923-2008).

Prog'opolis Episode #96 (April 12, 2008)
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

The Afghan Wigs - Debonair (4:14)

Van der Graaf Generator - (We Are) Not Here (4:04)
Van der Graaf Generator - Only in a Whisper (6:44)
Van der Graaf Generator - Interference Patterns (3:52)

The Dukes of Stratosphear - 25 O'Clock (5:03) REQUEST
Fish - Worm in a Bottle (6:23) *Happy Birthday Tasha*
Airbag - My Colours (8:15)

Kate Bush - Prelude (1:26)
Kate Bush - Nocturn (8:34)

The Crimson Connection
Opus III - I Talk to the Wind (5:34)
King Crimson - In The Court of the Crimson King *live* (6:28)
Paul Dooley & Max von Sydow - Level Five! (0:52)
King Crimson - Level Five *live* (8:35)
Chrome - Moonchild (3:35)
Doug McKenzie - Beauty Playin' (0:03)
Adrian Belew - Three of a Perfect Pair (acoustic) (4:01) REQUEST
Bill Bruford - Land's End (10:19)
FFWD - Hempire (3:13)
Blondie with Robert Fripp - Sister Midnight *live* (6:14)
King Crimson - Lady of the Dancing Water (2:47)
Blackfield - Cloudy Now (3:34)

The Rolling Stones - Angie (4:31)
Ozric Tentacles - Disdots (6:48)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Give Me Back My Wig (3:46)

The Sad Song Co - Face Down in the Swimming Pool (6:31)
Rush - Tom Sawyer (4:33)
801 - Baby's On Fire *live* (4:59)
Frank Zappa - Don't Eat the Yellow Snow (3:34) REQUEST

Van der Graaf Generator - Drop Dead (4:52)
The Dukes of Stratosphear - Vanishing Girl (3:00) REQUEST
Variant - None So Blind (7:12)

Christopher Petkus - Licking Boots (2:56)
Joe Griffin - If You Ever... (5:09)
The Smiths - How Soon is Now (6:45) REQUEST
Be Bop Deluxe - Life in the Air Age (3:59) REQUEST
Proud 2B Weird - Outside In (3:55)

Ron Grainer - The Omega Man (in memory of Charlton Heston:) (2:14)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 27, 2008, 03:18:48 pm
Prog'opolis #97 (April 26, 2008)

* New music from Elbow's "The Seldom Seen Kid".
* Milla Jovovich struts her sexy vocal chords.
* Greg Lake talks about his Shame on a wicked Crimson Connection.
* Daisy vs. Vince: The Sumo Challenge.
* Crowd goes wild for 50-year-old Fish.

Elbow - Grounds For Divorce (3:39)

Van der Graaf Generator - All That Before (6:29)
Big Big Train - Sky Flying on Fire (6:04)
South Park - Ike Broflovski's Audition for Fingerbang (0:28)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Temporary Secretary (3:01) www.toxicbag.com
Porcupine Tree - Blackest Eyes (4:23) REQUEST
Milla Jovovich - Secret Society (2:45)

Kansas - Magnum Opus (8:27)
Spain - Untitled #1 (6:38)
Airbag - Speed Of Light (6:54) www.airbagsound.com

**The Crimson Connection**
King Crimson - The ConstruKction of Light *live* (8:23)
Starless and Bible Black Original US Advert (1:03)
King Crimson - We'll Let You Know (3:41)
No-Man - Angeldust (9:09)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - The Saga of Rodney Toady, Parts 1-5 (1:51)
Bill Rieflin with Robert Fripp & Trey Gunn - Spy Thriller (4:12)
Robert Fripp - Inductive Resonance (4:38)
Greg Lake Talks About The Shame (0:45)
The Shame - Don't Go 'Way Little Girl (3:10)
Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery (3:09)
Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts IV (3:29) www.nin.com
King Crimson - One More Red Nightmare (7:10)
ProjeKct Two - 21st Century Schizoid Man *live* PLUS, Robert Fripp walks offstage and the audience goes berzerk (11:52)

Elbow - An Audience with The Pope (4:27)
Patrick Boothe - Be That Man (4:29) www.patrickboothe.net
Deerhoof - Apple Bomb (4:14)
The Lounge Lizards - Do the Wrong Thing (2:42)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - I Did Acid With Caroline (5:07) www.toxicbag.com

Peter Gabriel - Shock The Monkey (5:28) REQUEST
**Happy 50th Birthday, Fish!**
Fish - Carnival Man (6:21)
Fish - Manchmal (5:30) REQUEST
Fish - Brother 52 (6:05) REQUEST
Fish - Fearless (6:15)
Fish - Solo (4:06) REQUEST
Fish - Punch & Judy *live* (4:18)
Marillion - She Chameleon (6:52) REQUEST

Múm - The Ghosts You Draw on My Back (4:14)
Porcupine Tree - Russia On Ice (13:03) REQUEST

Tony Banks - Angel Face (with Fish) (5:18) REQUEST
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Go to www.podcastalley.com and vote for Prog'opolis!
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 11, 2008, 06:39:33 pm
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* Mother's Day Eve celebration.
* New music from A Headfull of Monsters.
* Gavin Harrison and Pat Mastelotto go "Badaboomboom!"
* Special guest caller Mike the Ohio Brit.

Porcupine Tree - Mother and Child Divided (5:23)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Mother (3:17) www.myspace.com/donnywholovedbowling
Tears for Fears - Mother's Talk (4:13)
Massive Attack - Man Next Door (5:56)
A Headfull Of Monsters - Death Of Ginger Gene (4:22) www.myspace.com/headfullofmonsters

RPWL - Roses (6:36)
Jack Kerouac - One Mother (0:49)
Kate Bush - Mother Stands For Comfort (3:08)
Kate Bush - Joanni (4:56) *Dedicated to Daisy's mom*
The Ramones - Ramona (2:38) *Dedicated to Vince's mom*
Marillion - Easter (5:58) REQUEST

The Crimson Connection
Tony Levin - Slow Glide (4:01)
Fractal - Rave7 (3:58)
King Crimson - Starless (live) (12:24)
Daryl Hall - Babs And Babs (7:50)
Daryl Hall - Urban Landscape (2:23)
Adrian Belew - Fly (4:45)
Gavin Harrison & Pat Mastelotto - Badaboomboom (2:35)
Porcupine Tree - Way Out Of Here (7:37)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Knife Edge (5:07)
Robert Fripp - Mary (2:10)

Fish - Script For A Jester's Tear (live) (10:53)
Genesis - Mad Man Moon (7:35)
Unity Gain - Dodo (8:25)

Fish - The Company (4:09) REQUEST
Variant - When The Light's On (4:16) www.musicbyvariant.com
Christopher Petkus - Impure Practice (8:46) www.myspace.com/christopherpetkus
Joe Griffin - I Am Stretched On Your Grave (4:22) www.myspace.com/joegriffinband
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 26, 2008, 07:40:19 am
Prog'opolis #99 (May 24, 2008)

http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* New music from No-Man's "Schoolyard Ghosts"
* Results of the Great Sumo Challenge (Vince vs. Daisy)
* The Drummers of King Crimson (past, present and future)
* Special Report: The Mysterious Duende of Argentina http://youtube.com/watch?v=FHXEqC5BCus
* Memorial Day observed

No-Man - Pigeon Drummer (6:18) http://www.no-man.co.uk
Fish - Manchmal (5:30)
Big Big Train - Salt Water (Falling On Uneven Ground) (12:38)
Peter Gabriel - Schock Den Affen (5:47)

KBB - Kraken's Brain is Blasting (9:35)

The Crimson Connection: The Drummers
No-Man - Song Of The Surf (6:11) http://www.no-man.co.uk
Porcupine Tree - .3 (5:25)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - I Talk to the Wind (1) (3:17)
21st Century Schizoid Band - 21st Century Schizoid Man (7:37)
Centrozoon - Pop Killer (3:44)
Michael Giles, Jamie Muir, David Cunningham - Screenwash (2:55)
U.K. - In the Dead of Night (5:34)
Bill Bruford - Some Other Time (featuring Davo from Down Under) (3:00)
Bill Bruford's Earthworks - Deweyed-Eyed, Then Dancing (5:32)
Anthony Phillips - Um and Aargh (4:53)
No-Man - Mixtaped (8:35) http://www.no-man.co.uk/

Oingo Boingo - Capitalism (4:12)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Give Me Back My Wig (3:46)
Elbow - Starlings (5:19)
Fish - 3D (9:11)
Fish - Arc of the Curve (5:21)

Special Report: The Duende of Argentina
The Moody Blues - Departure (0:44)
The Moody Blues - Ride My See-Saw (3:38)

Joni Mitchell - Happy Birthday (0:57)
Airbag - Steal My Soul (8:14)
Low - I Remember (4:10) *Memorial Day Dedication*

Queensryche - I Will Remember (4:25) *Memorial Day Dedication*
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 23, 2008, 05:41:48 am
Vince & Daisy finally reached triple-digits this week with episode 100 of Prog'opolis! Those of you who couldn't listen live can still help celebrate this milestone by downloading the podcast now.

Prog'opolis #100 (June 21, 2008)

* Fish Interview (new album "13th Star" available at www.the-company.com)
* 100th episode celebration
* Music from Swedish electronica band ZZZZZZ www.zzzzzz.nu

Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun (5:31)
Yes - Astral Traveller (5:55)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Delilah (4:21) www.myspace.com/donnywholovedbowling
U.K. - Rendezvous 6-02 (5:00)
Kate Bush - Somewhere in Between (5:00)
Adrian Belew Power Trio - Three of a Perfect Pair (live) (4:07)

ZZZZZZ - The Bump (6:54)
Robert Fripp - Exposure (4:26)

Prog'opolis Special: "My Lunch with Fish" (103:12)
Featured Songs:
Circle Line (5:55)
Goldfish & Clowns (6:36)
Manchmal (5:30)
Dark Star (6:44)
So Fellini (4:06)
Digging Deep (6:48)
Arc of the Curve (5:21)

Van Morrison - Ring Worm (1:30)

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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 08, 2008, 05:01:06 am
Prog'opolis #101 (July 5, 2008)

* Brand new music from King Crimson alum Trey Gunn. www.treygunn.com
* In-studio visit from chatroom denizens CurtisJenny.
* Independence Day and Canada Day observed.
* Donny Who Loved Bowling channel the spirit of Syd Barrett.
* Fan mail.

Ted Leonard - The US National Anthem (1:45)
Yes - America (10:35)

Low - Canada (3:44)
Porcupine Tree - Anesthetize (17:42)

Rush - Limelight (4:19) REQUEST
Variant - Going (7:00)

The Crimson Connection
Trey Gunn - Field Raiders (1:12) *new album "Music For Pictures"
Trey Gunn - Bridge Over a Red Sky (1:25) *new album "Music For Pictures"
Trey Gunn - The Silver Bough (1:35) *new album "Music For Pictures"
Trey Gunn - Spirit of Flight (2:41) *new album "Music For Pictures"
Trey Gunn - Forests of Stone (1:45) *new album "Music For Pictures"
Trey Gunn - The Shattered Forests of Glass (0:58) *new album "Music For Pictures"
King Crimson - The Night Watch (live) (4:39)
Adrian Belew - Dead Dog On Asphalt (4:05)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - When The Apple Blossoms Bloom In The Windmills Of Your Mind I'll Be Your Valentine (3:58)
Robert Fripp - III Streets (5:34)
Liquid Tension Experiment - Acid Rain (6:36)
King Crimson - Epitaph (8:48)
Porcupine Tree - Arriving Somewhere (But Not Here) (12:02)

Murray Head - One Night In Bangkok (5:02)
Days Between Stations - Intermission, Pt. 2 (1:36)
Days Between Stations - Laudanum: A Long Goodbye/Every One Is Here But You/Nowhere/The Wake (22:12)
Fish - Boston Tea Party (4:22)
King L - Last Cigarette (4:54)
iQ - Nostalgia (2:22)
iQ - Falling Apart at the Seams (7:47)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Late Night (4:00)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 21, 2008, 04:41:08 am
Prog’opolis #102: An Educational Crimson Connection (7/19/08)
Download the show here http://www.thedividingline.com/p

In this episode...

* Fan mail for Daisy Jane.
* 15 minutes of Love, courtesy ZZZZZZ. www.myspace.com/xzzzzzzx
* JC Hutchins and his 7 Sons.
* Skool's in with another edumacational Crimson Connection.
* Cautionary tales about the hazards of pet ownership.
* Memories of VomBomb the cat.

Pink Floyd - Careful With That Axe, Eugene (8:50)
Muse - Bliss (4:12)

Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (Live at the Bowl) (5:38)
ZZZZZZ - Love (15:05) www.myspace.com/xzzzzzzx

Jeff Buckley - Nightmares By The Sea (3:53)
J.C. Hutchins - Prog'opolis with Vince & Daisy (0:10)
Celldweller - Switchback (5:02)

The Crimson Connection
Tony Levin - Sticky Fingers (2:28)
Gordon Haskell - Upside Down (4:31)
Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe - Brother Of Mine (10:21)
David Sylvian - Gone to Earth (3:02)
Adrian Belew Power Trio - Thela Hun Ginjeet (6:11)
Absolute Elsewhere - Earthbound (9:01)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Bitches Crystal (3:58)
King Crimson - Fracture (11:12)

Squarepusher - My Red Hot Car (4:42)
P.J. Harvey - Is That All There Is? (5:07)
Marillion - Neverland (12:09)

Variant - Reflections (1:15) www.musicbyvariant.com
Variant - Regardless (9:26)
Pinnacle - Forever Changed (3:44) www.pinnacleband.com
Genesis - Snowbound (4:29)
Van der Graaf Generator - The Final Reel (5:49)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - In Heaven (2:17) www.myspace.com/donnywholovedbowling
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 03, 2008, 05:32:01 pm
In celebration of the 4th anniversary of our first broadcast on The Dividing Line, we bring you episode 1 of the show that started it all: Schizopolis. Download the podcast at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Schizopolis: Episode 1
Original Broadcast Date August 2, 2004.

Marillion - Incommunicado
Sonic Youth - Theresa's Sound World
Jeff Buckley - Dream Brother
Sigur Ros - E-bow
Queen - Somebody To Love
Beth Orton - Ooh Child
Beth Orton - Daybreaker
King Crimson - Starless
Spacetime Continuum - Further Down The Road
Tarnation - Christine
Afghan Whigs - Fountain And Fairfax
Richard Wright - Summer Elegy
Marillion - The Invisible Man
David Bowie - The Laughing Gnome
Milla Jovovich - Separate Worlds (remix)
Spiritualized - Rated X
Scott Weiland - Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down
Vienna Teng - Gravity
A Silver Mount Zion - 13 Angels Standing Guard 'Round The Side Of Your Bed
Sonic Youth - Nic Fit
Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Lucky Man
Massive Attack - Man Next Door
Toy Matinee - The Ballad of Jenny Ledge
Michael Andrews - Mad World
Tears For Fears - Sea Song
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 17, 2008, 01:58:58 pm
Progopolis #103 (August 16, 2008)

* The Crimson Connection (1963-1968)
* Song requests from Boris Borisaurus Yelpsin, the 4-legged carpet beast
* Mike Hunt and the cult of hilarious names
* New music from David Byrne and Brian Eno, California Guitar Trio, Heavy Water Experiments, and A Headfull of Monsters

Download the podcast at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

David Byrne and Brian Eno - Strange Overtones (4:17) http://www.everythingthathappens.com
Heavy Water Experiments - Anodyne (4:44) http://www.myspace.com/heavywaterexperiments

California Guitar Trio - Echoes (12:27)
California Guitar Trio - Free Bird (6:51)

Gavin Harrison - Dearest Blood (5:46)
Joe Jackson - You Can't Get What You Want ('til You Know What You Want) (4:53)

The Crimson Connection (1963-1968)
The Shame - Don't Go 'Way Little Girl (3:05)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - I Talk to the Wind (3:17)
The Gods - Plastic Horizon (3:25)
The Gods - Looking Glass (4:13)
The Gods - Real Love Guaranteed (2:29)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Hypocrite (3:41)
Gap Mangione - Free Again (3:07)
Lou Christie - The Gypsy Cried (2:07)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Murder (2:41)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Erudite Eyes (6:46)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Suite No. 1 (5:34)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Wonderland (6:08)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - The Crukster (1:35)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Little Children (2:50)

The Stooges - I Wanna Be Your Dog (3:10)
Genesis - In the Cage (8:15)
Hope in Ghosts - Stitches (3:19)
Frank Zappa - Yo` Mama (12:36)

Frank Zappa - Baby Snakes (1:50)
Frank Zappa - Tryin' to Grow a Chin (3:32)
Frank Zappa - City of Tiny Lights (5:31)
Frank Zappa - Dancin' Fool (3:43)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Give Me Back My Wig (3:46) http://www.myspace.com/donnywholovedbowling
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Delilah (4:21) http://www.myspace.com/donnywholovedbowling


A Headfull of Monsters - Ear Fatigue (3:49) http://www.myspace.com/headfullofmonsters
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 21, 2008, 04:04:33 pm
Progopolis Episode #105 (September 20, 2008)

* Celebrating the life and music of Richard Wright with 3 hours of Pink Floyd.
* Richard Wright's 1978 solo album "Wet Dream" in its entirety.
* Donny Who Loved Bowling's brilliant cover of "Us and Them". www.myspace.com/donnywholovedbowling
* Tribute to Jim Croce, who passed away on this date 35 years ago.

Richard Wright - Summer Elegy (4:55)
Pink Floyd - Time (7:04)
Pink Floyd - The Great Gig In The Sky (4:47)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Us And Them (6:40)
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4:49)
Pink Floyd - Green Is The Colour *live 1970* (3:23)
Pink Floyd - Careful With That Axe Eugene *live 1970* (8:27)

Richard Wright - Mediterranean C (3:54)
Richard Wright - Against The Odds (3:59)
Richard Wright - Cat Cruise (5:16)
Pink Floyd - Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk (3:05)
Richard Wright - Night of a Thousand Furry Toys (4:22)
Pink Floyd - Wearing the Inside Out (6:48)

Richard Wright - Sysyphus (Part 1) (1:08)
Richard Wright - Sysyphus (Part 2) (3:30)
Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother *live 1970* (25:05)

Jim Croce - Time In A Bottle (2:26) *January 10, 1943 - September 20, 1973*
Pink Floyd - Marooned (5:28)
Pink Floyd - Us And Them (7:37)
Pink Floyd - Echoes *live 1971* (26:29)

Richard Wright - Waves (4:20)
Richard Wright - Holiday (6:12)
Richard Wright - Mad Yannis Dance (3:18)
Richard Wright - Drop In From The Top (3:26)
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here *Live 8* (4:36)

Richard Wright - Pink's Song (3:29)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 05, 2008, 12:33:44 pm
Prog'opolis Episode #106 (October 4, 2008)

* The Crimson Connection 1970
* New music from Two ChileKings
* The return of Camel Break

Porcupine Tree - Normal (7:07)
Pink Floyd - Embryo (live) (10:46)

Two ChileKings - Ivory Princess (3:53) www.myspace.com/twochilekings
Two ChileKings - El Ten Eleven (4:05) www.myspace.com/twochilekings
Airbag - Feeling Less (5:20)

Camel - Echoes (7:21)
Camel - Air Born (5:02)

The Crimson Connection: 1970
King Crimson - Cat Food (4:54)
King Crimson - Cadence And Cascade (4:38)
Yes - Then (5:46)
Edwards Hand - Suite US: V. Hello America (2:35)
Shelagh McDonald - Waiting For The Wind To Rise (4:57)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Knife Edge (5:07)
Van Der Graaf Generator - The Emperor On His War-Room (8:11)
The Music Improvisation Company - Its Tounge Trapped To The Rock By A Limpet, The Water Rat Succumbed To The Incoming Tide (9:01)
King Crimson - Lizard (23:14)

The Boomsticks - Misirlou (1:58) www.myspace.com/theboomstx
iQ - My Legs (2:16)
iQ - The Wake (4:13)
iQ - The Magic Roundabout (8:18)

ZZZZZZ - The Operator (5:23) www.myspace.com/xzzzzzzx
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Temporary Secretary (3:01) www.myspace.com/donnywholovedbowling
Judy Dyble - Nue! Blue (8:22) www.judydyble.com
Fractal - Continuum (6:30) REQUEST

Vince Font & Shawn Bishop - Writing On The Wall (4:53) REQUEST
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 26, 2008, 04:26:50 pm
Prog'opolis #107 (October 25, 2008)

* The Crimson Connection 1971 (with music from Family, T. Rex, Keith Tippett, ELP, Mogul Thrash, McDonald & Giles, Peter Hammill, Yes)
* Premiere of new Squarepusher from the album "Just a Souvenir" available at www.bleep.com
* Music from Primer www.myspace.com/primeruk


Junior Parker - Tomorrow Never Knows (3:30)
Ozric Tentacles - Disdots (6:48)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Bitches Crystal (3:58) REQUEST
Peter Boyle and Gene Wilder - Puttin' on the Ritz (2:39)
Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdive (live) (16:42)

Nurse With Wound - Groove Grease (Hot Catz) (4:07)
Giraffe - The Carpet Crawlers *live* (6:17)
Toy Matinee - Last Plane Out (5:13)
Kevin Gilbert - A Long Day's Life (7:29) REQUEST

--The Crimson Connection (1971)--
King Crimson - Sailor's Tale (7:29) REQUEST
Family - Larf and Sing (2:44)
T. Rex - Bang A Gong (Get It On) (4:27)
The Keith Tippett Group - Green And Orange Night Park (8:11) REQUEST
Peter Hammill - Child (4:25)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Eruption (2:43)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Stones Of Years (3:44) REQUEST
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Aquatarkus (4:04)
Mogul Thrash - Elegy (9:37)
McDonald & Giles - Is She Waiting (2:42)
Yes - I've Seen All Good People (6:58) REQUEST
Carly Simon - That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be (4:18)

Squarepusher - Star Time 2 (5:02)
Squarepusher - Yes Sequitur (1:27)
Squarepusher - A Real Woman (3:03)
April Wine - 21st Century Schizoid Man (6:25) REQUEST
Primer - Persona (5:19) www.myspace.com/primeruk
Chroma Key - When You Drive (5:26) REQUEST
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Cranberry Sauce (1:31)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Don't Worry Kyoko (Mummy's Just Looking For Her Hand In The Snow) (5:04)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Mrs. Lennon (4:18)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 09, 2008, 12:51:06 pm
Prog'opolis Episode #108 (11/8/2008)

* Guess the theme and win a prize!
* Julie Newmar's still sexy at 75 http://www.screamingphotos.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/julienewmar_adweek.jpg
* The comedic genius of Billy Connolly http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37GOviRHzJU&feature=related
* Surviving the coming zombie apocalypse
* Vince & Daisy's Halloween video http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=46132706

REM - Welcome to the Occupation (2:48)
King Crimson - The Great Deceiver (4:02)
[The Grid - Wake Up]
Falco - Der Kommissar (3:50)
Pink Floyd - Sheep (10:18)
Living Colour - Cult of Personality (4:54)
Rush - The Trees (4:45)
[Incredible Expanding Mindfuck - Politician]
Starship - Sara (4:20)
Genesis - Throwing It All Away (3:51)
Peter Gabriel - Red Rain (5:40)
Oingo Boingo - Capitalism (4:12)
[David Gilmour - Red Sky at Night]
Anthony Phillips - Um and Aargh (4:53)
Spinal Tap - (Listen to the) Flower People (2:36)
Spinal Tap - Gimme Some Money (2:27)
King Crimson - Red (6:16)
King Crimson - Cage (1:35)
King Crimson - ProzaKc Blues (5:28)
King Crimson - Eyes Wide Open (4:11)
Adrian Belew - Asleep (5:23)
[Peter Hammill & Roger Eno - Fool Rush]
Van Der Graaf Generator - Lemmings (Including Cog) (11:33)
Celldweller - Tragedy (3:49)
David Gilmour - You Know I'm Right (5:06)
Pink Floyd - Hey You (4:41)
Pink Floyd - Run Like Hell (4:20)
Queensryche - Anybody Listening? (7:41)
[John Scofield & Pat Metheny - The Red One]
The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again (8:31)
Oingo Boingo - Winning Side (3:57)
Rush - Something For Nothing (3:57)
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - Red Right Hand (4:48)
David Bowie & the Pat Metheny Group - This is Not America (3:53)
Tracy Chapman - Talkin' Bout a Revolution (2:39)
World Party - Ship of Fools (4:29)
[Don Nelson - Nola's Bounce]
Peter Gabriel - Don't Give Up (6:33)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 15, 2008, 01:38:12 pm
Just because the future of King Crimson is in serious doubt doesn’t mean we can’t continue to reflect on the nearly 40 years of music they and their cohorts have left behind. It is with this very spirit that we offer up (by popular demand) installment 2 of “Choose Your Own Adventure”. Just pick your favorite track (or more) off any of the below listed albums, e-mail us your selections, and via the magic of majority rule your requests shall be heard on the next episode of the progressive rock podcast Prog’opolis http://www.thedividingline.com/p

What do these albums have in common, you ask? The answer’s simple: each of them were released in 1972, and each of them feature performances by past and future King Crimson members. Together, they comprise the framework for "The Crimson Connection: 1972":


Artist: Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Album: Trilogy
Songs: The Endless Enigma, Part 1 - Fugue - The Endless Enigma, Part 2 - From the Beginning - The Sheriff - Hoedown - Trilogy - Living Sin - Abaddon's Bolero

Artist: Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Album: Pictures at an Exhibition (live)
Songs: Promenade - The Gnome - Promenade - The Sage - The Old Castle - Blues Variation - Promenade - The Hut of Baba Yaga - The Curse of Baba Yaga - The Hut of Baba Yaga - The Great Gates of Kiev (the End) - Nutrocker

Artist: Family
Album: Bandstand
Songs: Burlesque - Bolero Babe - Coronation - Dark Eyes - Broken Nose - My Friend the Sun - Glove - Ready to Go - Top of the Hill - The Rocking RS - No Mule's Fool (live) - Good News/Bad News (live) - The Weaver's Answer (live)

Artist: Keith Tippett
Album: Blueprint
Songs: Song - Dance - Glimpse - Blues I - Woodcut - Blues II

Artist: Matching Mole
Album: Little Red Record
Songs: Starting In The Middle Of the Day We Can Drink Our Politics Away - Marchides - Nan's True Hole - Righteous Rumba - Brandy as in Bengi - Gloria Gloom - God Song - Flora Fidgit - Smoke Signals

Artist: Murray Head
Album: Nigel Lived
Songs: Pacing on the Station - Big City - Bed and Breakfast - The Party - Ruthie - City Scurry - When You Wake Up - Why Do We Hurt Our Heads - Pity the Poor Consumer - Dole - Nigel Nigel - Miss Illusion - Religion - Junk

Artist: Yes
Album: Close to the Edge
Songs: Close to the Edge - And You and I - Siberian Khatru

Artist: Yes
Album: Fragile
Songs: Roundabout - Cans and Brahms - We Have Heaven - South Side of the Sky - Five Percent For Nothing - Long Distance Runaround - The Fish - Mood For a Day - Heart of the Sunrise

Please send us your requests ASAP so they'll be included in the November 22 show! Email address progopolis@comcast.net

Much Love,
Vince and Daisy
Prog'opolis hosts
http://www.myspace.com/progopolis
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 23, 2008, 03:20:06 pm
Prog'opolis Episode #109 (11/22/2008)

* The Crimson Connection (1972)
* Late-breaking news on the status of the King Crimson resumption
* Rational Diet - progressive rock from Belarus
* Tributes to Freddie Mercury and Kevin Gilbert
* Inflatable love songs from Roxy Music and The Police

Robert Fripp - Disengage (Alternate Version) (2:49)
Rational Diet - From The Grey Notebook - Intro (0:23)
Rational Diet - From The Grey Notebook - Part 1 (5:06)
[Steven Wilson - Dub Zero]
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (5:53)
Anekdoten - Harvest (6:56)
Porcupine Tree - The Rest Will Flow (3:24)
[Steven Wilson - Nailbomber]
Roxy Music - In Every Dream Home a Heartache (3:06)
The Police - Be My Girl/Sally (3:23)
Toy Matinee - The Ballad of Jenny Ledge (5:50)
Genesis - Mad Man Moon (7:35)
[Matching Mole - Smoke Signals]

The Crimson Connection (1972)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man *LIVE* (10:10)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - From the Beginning (4:17)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Curse of Baba Yaga *LIVE* (4:09)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Hut of Baba Yaga *LIVE* (1:06)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Great Gates of Kiev/The End *LIVE* (6:27)
Family - Burlesque (4:03)
Keith Tippett - Dance (5:06)
Yes - Siberian Khatru (8:53)
Greenslade - An English Western (3:24)
Matching Mole - Nan's True Hole (3:36)
Matching Mole - Righteous Rumba (2:51)
Matching Mole - Brandy as in Bengi (4:23)
Murray Head - Nigel Nigel (2:19)

Subplanet - My Church Is In My Computer (4:23)
Billy Connolly - Fart on a Plane (featuring Happy the Man's Barking Spiders) (3:39)
The Afghan Whigs - Debonair (4:14)
Marillion - Hotel Hobbies (3:35)
Marillion - Warm Wet Circles (4:25)
Marillion - That Time of the Night (6:00)
Adrian Belew - Sex Nerve (3:06)
[Don Nelson - Nola's Bounce]
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - East Hastings (17:58)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Gompers on November 27, 2008, 06:32:21 pm
Hey guys. Take requests on the board? If so, can you play Candlelight Fantasia by Symphony X?

Thanks!
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 29, 2008, 07:30:13 pm
You got it, Gompers! Tune in to the next show on December 6 and we'll make ya famous. ;)

Vince and Daisy
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 07, 2008, 04:13:14 pm
Prog'opolis Episode #110 (12/6/2008)

* The Crimson Connection (1973)
* New solo Steven Wilson "Insurgentes" www.insurgentes.org
* Premiere of indie rockers The Let Up www.myspace.com/theletup

Steven Wilson - Harmony Korine (5:07)
Prog'opolis Show Intro (1:55)
King Crimson - People (5:53) REQUEST

Genesis - Squonk (Nick Davis Remix) (6:30)
Anekdoten - King Oblivion (5:02) http://www.anekdoten.se/
Rush - Distant Early Warning (4:57)

The Let Up - Miss Vanity (2:36)
Marillion - Berlin (7:48) REQUEST
Marillion - The Bell in the Sea (4:21)

The Crimson Connection (1973)
Rick Wakeman - Catherine of Aragon (3:47)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Pt. 1 (13:35)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Karn Evil 9 - 1st Impression, Pt. 1 (8:36)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Karn Evil 9 - 1st Impression, Pt. 2 (4:45)
Stray Dog - Tramp (How it Is) (7:06)
Yes - Heart Of The Sunrise (Live) (11:34)
King Crimson - Book Of Saturday (Live) (3:02)
Peter Banks - Visions of the King (1:23)
Peter Banks - The White House Vale (7:13)
Lou Reed - How Do You Think it Feels (3:42)
Lou Reed - Oh, Jim (5:14)

King Crimson - Elephant Talk (4:42) REQUEST
Todd Rundgren - When the Shit Hits the Fan/Sunset Boulevard (4:02) REQUEST
Christopher Petkus - Big Ugly (2:09) www.myspace.com/christopherpetkus
Frank Zappa - Ocean is the Ultimate Solution (13:17)
Steven Wilson - Salvaging (8:17)

Genesis - The Carpet Crawlers (Nick Davis Remix) (5:15)

BONUS: Robert Fripp & Brian Eno - No Pussyfooting (1973)
Fripp & Eno - The Heavenly Music Corporation (21:00)
Fripp & Eno - Swastika Girls (18:42)

Much Love,
Vince and Daisy
Prog’opolis hosts
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 14, 2008, 12:16:22 pm
As Prog’opolis gears up for the last broadcast of 2008, we once again invite the King Crimson fans out there to help build the playlist for next week’s special feature “The Crimson Connection: 1974” by sending in your requests! Simply choose your favorite tracks from the below-listed albums (all bona fide Crimson Connections) and e-mail vince@thedividingline.com. On Saturday, December 20, the most requested songs will be played. Perhaps YOUR suggestion will be the one that inspires an uninitiated listener to become a die-hard Crimson fanatic?

•   King Crimson “Starless and Bible Black” available at www.dgmlive.com/shop
•   King Crimson – “Red” available at www.dgmlive.com/shop 
•   Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Welcome Back My Friends (live)
•   Yes – Tales From Topographic Oceans
•   Yes – Relayer
•   Gordon Haskell – It Is and It Isn’t
•   Bad Company – Bad Company

Much Love,
Vince and Daisy
Prog’opolis hosts
Check out the last 4 shows (including The Crimson Connection 1971, 1972 and 1973) at http://www.thedividingline.com/p


Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 21, 2008, 04:59:53 pm
Prog'opolis Episode #111: Jingle Bell Prog
December 20, 2008

* The Crimson Connection 1974
* The classic experimental musicking of Keith Tippett's Ovary Lodge
* Donny Who Loved Bowling's musical tribute to the memory of Bettie Page
* Frank Zappa's 68th birthday
* Vince unveils part 1 of his plan for world domination

Bobby Helms (with Steven Wilson, Fish, Adrian Belew and Shawn Bishop) - Jingle Bell Prog (1:21)
David Sylvian - Orpheus (4:51)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Bettie (5:28) *In Memory of Bettie Page (April 22, 1923 - December 11, 2008)*
Steven Wilson - Significant Other (4:31)
Anekdoten - Book of Hours (9:58)

Marillion - Kayleigh (3:58) *Dedicated to The Lurker*
Talking Heads - Stay Up Late (3:43)

The Crimson Connection 1974
King Crimson - Starless (12:16)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (Live) (8:25)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Jerusalem (Live) (2:51)
Gong with Bill Bruford - Oily Way (Live) (2:31)
1974 US Radio Ad - Starless and Bible Black (1:03)
King Crimson - We'll Let You Know (3:41)
Yes - Sound Chaser (9:30)
King Crimson - Asbury Park (Live) (6:53)
Chapman Whitney Streetwalkers - Call Ya (6:48)
Gordon Haskell - Upside Down (4:31)
Bad Company - Bad Company (4:50)
Fripp & Eno - The Paw Paw Negro Blow Torch (3:23)

*Happy Birthday Frank Zappa*
Frank Zappa - Don't Eat the Yellow Snow (2:07)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama (3:32)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - Oh No (1:45)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - The Orange County Lumber Truck (3:21)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Donny Runs the Voodoo Down (0:18)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Eczema Bop (For Vince and Daisy Jane) (4:23)
Peter Murphy & Tom Waits - Christmas Sucks (2:56)
Spinal Tap - Christmas with the Devil (4:42)

Unity Gain - The Subwoof (Happy New Year) (4:37)
Joe Griffin - Karol of the Kazoos (0:33)

BONUS: Keith Tippett's Ovary Lodge (1973)
Ovary Lodge - Sylphs in Pisces (8:49)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 04, 2009, 10:16:28 am
Vince and Daisy review the best new music of 2008!

Prog'opolis Episode #112: The Best New Music of 2008
January 3, 2009

Steven Wilson - Collecting Space (5:10) www.insurgentes.org
Vince & Daisy - Prog'opolis Show Intro (2:00)
Heavy Water Experiments - Dementia (4:36) www.heavywaterexperiments.com

Rational Diet - Dear Kontrabandist (6:27) http://vozdookh.narod.ru/rati_diet.html
Strawbs - The Call To Action (7:39)
California Guitar Trio - Tubular Bells (8:08)
Airbag - Homesick *live* (18:30) www.airbagsound.com

Porcupine Tree - Stars Die *live* (4:33)
Elbow - Grounds for Divorce (3:39)
Fish - Manchmal (5:30)
Marillion - Asylum Satellite #1 (9:29)
Pat Metheny Trio - Son of Thirteen (5:49)
Lonely London Lad - Robot (5:38) www.lonelondonlad.com

Sigur Ros - Gobbledigook (3:04)
David Cross Band - Exiles *live* (10:07)
Dimitar Nalbantov - The Four Elements (4:25) www.nalbantov.com
J.C. Hutchins - Prog'opolis Promo (0:10)
Shawn Bishop - Switchback (7th Son Mix) (5:48)
Asia - Parallel Worlds/Votex/Deya (8:11)

Two ChileKings - Ivory Princess (3:53) www.myspace.com/twochilekings
Trey Gunn - Forests of Stone (1:45)
No-Man - Wherever There is Light (4:21)
Van der Graaf Generator - (We Are) Not Here (4:04)
Moongarden - Sonya in Search of the Moon 4 (5:47)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Delilah (4:21) www.myspace.com/donnywholovedbowling

David Gilmour - Shine On You Crazy Diamond *live* (12:06)

Love and Prog,
Vince and Daisy
Prog'opolis hosts
http://www.myspace.com/progopolis
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on February 01, 2009, 06:13:43 pm
Prog'opolis Episode #114
January 31, 2009

* New music from Eddie Jobson's prog supergroup UKZ
* The pH Factor (Peter Hammill and Van Der Graaf Generator)
* Celebrating new releases from Fractal, Donny Who Loved Bowling and Yak
* Rare music from Australian proggers Aragon
* RIP John Martyn

UKZ - Radiation (7:47)
Gavin Harrison & 05Ric - Unsettled (5:42)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Mother (3:17)
Fractal - Mantra: Eternal Spring of Life (7:23)
Blackfield - Some Day (4:22)
Yak - Entangled in Dreams (10:05)
Marillion - Just For the Record (3:09)
UKZ - Tu-95 (7:16)

The pH Factor
Peter Hammill - Crying Wolf (5:12)
Robert Fripp - Disengage (2:49)
Peter Hammill & The Noise - Lost And Found (Live) (8:05)
Van der Graaf Generator - Only In a Whisper (6:44)
Peter Hammill - Child (4:25)
Van Der Graaf Generator - Lost (11:12)
Van Der Graaf Generator - Lemmings (Including Cog) (11:33)

Yes - Every Little Thing (5:45) REQUEST
Rational Diet - On Tuesdays (3:40)
Rush - Red Sector A (5:11) REQUEST
Fractal - Giving Tree (5:00)
Judy Dyble - Starcrazy (5:52)
Genesis - Mad Man Moon (7:35)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Black Dog Leo (0:30)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - I Did Acid With Caroline (5:07)
Danny Wilson - Spencer-Tracey (1:32)
Danny Wilson - Lorraine Parade (3:43)

John Martyn - May You Never *Live* (3:31)

BONUS: Aragon "Don't Bring the Rain" (1988)
The Crucifixion (15:40)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 01, 2009, 01:45:59 pm
Prog'opolis Episode #115
February 28, 2009
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* Vince and Daisy mark the sad passing of Dondi Ledesma of Two ChileKings
* The Crimson Connection 1976
* Tales From the Road
* Asia's "Only Time Will Tell" named Worst Rock Song Ever
* Celebrating the 25th anniversary of "This Is Spinal Tap"

Two ChileKings - Marinerra Apparition (4:17)
Two ChileKings - El Ten Eleven (4:05)

Variant - March To War (6:52)
Del Close & John Brent - Basic Hip (1:13)
King Crimson - Dig Me (Live) (3:41)
Yak - Journey of the Yak (8:32)

Robert Fripp - Mary (2:08)
Queensryche - Suite Sister Mary (10:24)
Danny Wilson - Mary's Prayer (3:54)

**THE CRIMSON CONNECTION 1976**
Genesis - Cinema Show (Live) (10:58)
Absolute Elsewhere - Miracles of the Gods (11:41)
Bad Company - Fade Away (2:52)
Deodato - Black Widow (4:54)
Roxy Music - In Every Dream Home a Heartache (Live) (8:23)
Bryan Ferry - The Price of Love (3:28)
Ovary Lodge - A Man Carrying a Drop of Water on a Leaf Through a Thunderstorm (5:11) REQUEST
National Health - Clocks and Clouds (6:47)

Asia - Only Time Will Tell (4:48)
Kenso - Gips (4:03) REQUEST
The Sad Song Co. - Broadway Melody Of 1974 (3:09)
Spinal Tap - Big Bottom (3:32)
Spinal Tap - Lick My Love Pump (1:07)
Spinal Tap - Stonehenge (4:36)
Blackfield - My Gift Of Silence (4:05)
Todd Rundgren's Utopia - Utopia Theme (14:28) REQUEST

Two ChileKings - Good Day To The Sad Man (4:55)

BONUS: Ovary Lodge (1976)
Ovary Lodge - Communal Travel (17:41)
Ovary Lodge - Coda (1:19)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 16, 2009, 04:23:11 am
Progopolis Episode #116
March 14, 2009

* The Gravy Train: Celebrating the music of Pink Floyd
* New Keith Emerson Band
* Astro Al and the Vampire Hookers from Outer Space
* Tribute to Dondi Ledesma of Two ChileKings by Ronnie Cruz

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Temporary Secretary (3:01)
David Cross Band - Learning Curve *Live* (6:36)

King Crimson - Elephant Talk (4:42) REQUEST
Porcupine Tree - Blackest Eyes (4:23) REQUEST
Keith Emerson Band - The Art of Falling Down (3:29)

Airbag - Feeling Less (5:20)
Big Big Train - Fighter Command (10:44)
Astro Al - Vampire Hookers from Outer Space (3:03)
Shaun of the Dead Soundtrack - Zombie Creeping Flesh (0:42)
Shaun of the Dead Soundtrack - Zombie Nation (3:20)

The Gravy Train: The Music of Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd - Bike (3:24)
Pink Floyd - Vera (1:29)
Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb (6:53)
Pink Floyd - Pigs on the Wing (Part One) (1:24) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Dogs (17:06) REQUEST
[Richard Wright - Drop In From the Top (3:26)]
Pink Floyd - Learning to Fly *Live* (5:15) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk (3:05)
Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine (4:12) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - One of these Days *Live* (5:29)
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4:49)

Unity Gain - Dodo (8:25)
Genesis - Old Medley *Live* (19:31)

Two ChileKings - Ivory Princess (3:53)
Riverside - The Time I Was Daydreaming (4:52)
Fractal - Coriolis (4:17)
Glen Hansard - Say It To Me Now (2:35)

Judy Dyble - Nimbus Thitherwood (7:40)

BONUS: The Music of Judy Dyble
Giles, Files & Fripp featuring Judy Dyble - I Talk to the Wind (3:15)
Judy Dyble featuring Robert Fripp - Shining (7:17)
Judy Dyble - Seventh Whorl (5:13)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Gompers on March 16, 2009, 05:23:55 am
It was fun in chat while I could stay. You guys are a hoot!

I'll be sure to DL this show for a full listen.

Cheers!

Progopolis Episode #116
March 14, 2009

* The Gravy Train: Celebrating the music of Pink Floyd
* New Keith Emerson Band
* Astro Al and the Vampire Hookers from Outer Space
* Tribute to Dondi Ledesma of Two ChileKings by Ronnie Cruz

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Temporary Secretary (3:01)
David Cross Band - Learning Curve *Live* (6:36)

King Crimson - Elephant Talk (4:42) REQUEST
Porcupine Tree - Blackest Eyes (4:23) REQUEST
Keith Emerson Band - The Art of Falling Down (3:29)

Airbag - Feeling Less (5:20)
Big Big Train - Fighter Command (10:44)
Astro Al - Vampire Hookers from Outer Space (3:03)
Shaun of the Dead Soundtrack - Zombie Creeping Flesh (0:42)
Shaun of the Dead Soundtrack - Zombie Nation (3:20)

The Gravy Train: The Music of Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd - Bike (3:24)
Pink Floyd - Vera (1:29)
Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb (6:53)
Pink Floyd - Pigs on the Wing (Part One) (1:24) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Dogs (17:06) REQUEST
[Richard Wright - Drop In From the Top (3:26)]
Pink Floyd - Learning to Fly *Live* (5:15) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk (3:05)
Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine (4:12) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - One of these Days *Live* (5:29)
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4:49)

Unity Gain - Dodo (8:25)
Genesis - Old Medley *Live* (19:31)

Two ChileKings - Ivory Princess (3:53)
Riverside - The Time I Was Daydreaming (4:52)
Fractal - Coriolis (4:17)
Glen Hansard - Say It To Me Now (2:35)

Judy Dyble - Nimbus Thitherwood (7:40)

BONUS: The Music of Judy Dyble
Giles, Files & Fripp featuring Judy Dyble - I Talk to the Wind (3:15)
Judy Dyble featuring Robert Fripp - Shining (7:17)
Judy Dyble - Seventh Whorl (5:13)

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 16, 2009, 03:12:17 pm
Thanks Gompers--it was fun having you there. You're welcome anytime!

Vince and Daisy
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 29, 2009, 03:22:32 pm
Progopolis Episode #117
March 28, 2009
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* The Crimson Connection 1977
* Roine Stolt's Agents of Mercy featuring Pat Mastelotto of King Crimson
* New music from Keith Emerson Band, Portishead, The Wishing Tree, and The Unravelling

Agents of Mercy - A Different Sun (8:08)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Red (5:59)

Portishead - Plastic (3:30)
King Crimson - Frame By Frame (5:10) REQUEST

Keith Emerson Band - Ignition (1:41)
Keith Emerson Band - 1st Presence (0:36)
Keith Emerson Band - Last Horizon (2:32)
Keith Emerson Band - Miles Away Pt. 1 (1:54)
Keith Emerson Band - Miles Away Pt. 2 (2:15)
Keith Emerson Band - Crusaders Cross (1:13)
Keith Emerson Band - Fugue (0:36)

The Unravelling - In The Safe House (4:14)
Marillion - Gioachino Rossini's La Gazza Ladra (2:45) REQUEST
Marillion - Sainte Mhath *Live* (4:49) REQUEST

**The Crimson Connection (1977)**
David Bowie - Heroes (6:05)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - When the Apple Blossoms Bloom in the Windmills of Your Mind I'll Be Your Valentine (3:58)
Peter Gabriel - Moribund the Burgermeister (4:19)
Carl Palmer - L.A. Nights (5:46)
Foreigner - Starrider (4:03)
[Carl Palmer - Tank (5:11)]
Bad Company - Burnin' Sky (5:10)
Peter Gabriel - Excuse Me (3:20)
David Bowie - The Secret Life of Arabia (3:42)
Greg Lake - Hallowed Be Thy Name (4:37)
Peter Gabriel - Here Comes the Flood (5:36)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Fanfare for the Common Man (9:45)

*Happy Birthday Tony Banks*
Tony Banks - From the Undertow (2:46)
Tony Banks (with Fish) - Angel Face (5:18)
Genesis - Carpet Crawler 99 (5:38)
Fractal - Giving Tree (5:00)
Friends of Dean Martinez - I Wish You Love (2:44)

iQ - Widow's Peak (9:14) *Special birthday dedication to the DLBN's own Alistair Henry*
Bettie Serveert - Private Suit (4:39)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Delilah (4:21)
The Wishing Tree - Soldier (5:36)

Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays - It's For You (8:20)

BONUS: Keith Emerson
Keith Emerson - Piano Concerto No. 1 (18:28)
Keith Emerson Band - Miles Away, Pt. 3 (2:30)
Keith Emerson Band - Finale (5:56)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 12, 2009, 09:53:48 am
Progopolis Episode #118
April 11, 2009

* Ian Wallace's Crimson Jazz Trio. http://www.crimsonjazztrio.com
* News about Porcupine Tree's upcoming North American tour.
* New music from Lilies on Mars. http://www.myspace.com/liliesonmars

Marillion - Cathedral Wall (7:20)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (Live 1969) (7:24)

Rational Diet - Dear Kontrabandist (6:27)
Sand Snowman - Stained Glass Morning (5:56)
Porcupine Tree - Open Car (3:47)

Airbag - Safe Like You (7:56)
KBB - Discontinuous Spiral (7:17)

The Crimson Connection: Crimson Jazz Trio "King Crimson Songbook, Volume I"
Crimson Jazz Trio - Ladies of the Road (6:44)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Starless (10:40)
Strange Brew - Level Five (0:52)
King Crimson - Level Five (7:17) REQUEST
Crimson Jazz Trio - Three of a Perfect Pair (6:11)
Crimson Jazz Trio - I Talk To The Wind (9:56)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Matte Kudasai (9:07)

Lilies on Mars - Electric Fits (4:24)
Lilies on Mars - No U Turn (3:30)
UHF Soundtrack - Spatula City (1:07)
Pat Metheny Group - San Lorenzo (10:16)
Genesis - Turn It On Again (featuring Shawn Bishop) (3:46)
Doobie Brothers - Jesus Is Just Alright (4:35) REQUEST
Norman Greenbaum - Spirit In The Sky (4:02) REQUEST
Queen - Jesus (3:44)
Supertramp - Breakfast In America (2:41) REQUEST
Donny Who Loved Bowling - For Pete's Sake (5:34)
Kraftwerk - It's More Fun to Compute (4:13) REQUEST
Ozric Tentacles - Jelly Lips (6:07)

Marillion - Easter (5:58)

BONUS: Peter Gabriel "Passion" (1989)
The Feeling Begins (3:59)
A Different Drum (4:40)
Passion (7:38)
It Is Accomplished (2:55)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 26, 2009, 02:19:18 pm
Prog'opolis #119
April 25, 2009

* Exclusive track from Airbag's forthcoming album "Identity"
* Premiere of new music from Ozric Tentacles "The YumYum Tree"
* Brand new Crimson Jazz Trio "King Crimson Songbook Volume 2"
* New music from Sand Snowman featuring Steven Wilson
* Happy Birthday to David Cross of King Crimson

Airbag - No Escape (5:45)
Fractal - Ellipsis (4:24)

SpecialPremiere: Ozric Tentacles "The YumYum Tree"
Ozric Tentacles - Oolong Oolong (5:53)
Ozric Tentacles - YumYum Tree (9:07)
Ozric Tentacles - Plant Music (5:27)

Sand Snowman (featuring Steven Wilson) - Faded Flowers (5:21)
David Cross - Counting (5:23)

Steve Martin and the Toot Uncommons - King Tut (2:12)
Yes - Long Distance Runaround (3:29)
Yes - The Fish (Shindleria Praematurus) (2:42)

The Crimson Connection: Crimson Jazz Trio "King Crimson Songbook Volume 2"
Crimson Jazz Trio - Pictures of a City (6:29)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Inner Garden (5:34)
Crimson Jazz Trio - One Time (9:15)
Crimson Jazz Trio - The Court of the Crimson King (6:16)

King Crimson - One More Red Nightmare (7:10)
King Crimson - Frame By Frame (5:10)
Spinal Tap - Big Bottom (3:32) REQUEST

Marillion - Kayleigh (3:58)
Pink Floyd - Speak To Me / Breathe In The Air (3:57)
Pink Floyd - On The Run (3:35)
Pink Floyd - Time (7:04)
Pink Floyd- Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live) (10:05)
King Crimson - Elektrik (7:58) REQUEST
David Bowie - Life On Mars? (3:50)
Judy Dyble - Nue! Blue (8:22)

Porcupine Tree - Trains (5:56)

BONUS: Sand Snowman "Two Way Mirror"
Riverrun (featuring Steven Wilson) (2:48)
Neurotic Zoo (3:27)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 10, 2009, 11:32:21 am
Progopolis Episode #120
May 9, 2009
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* New KTU featuring Pat Mastelotto and Trey Gunn of King Crimson
* More new music from Ian Wallace's Crimson Jazz Trio
* The Aurora Project - new prog from The Netherlands
* Debut of Salt Lake City proggers American Hollow

KTU - Aorta (2:50)
The Aurora Project - Photonic Reunion (4:34)
Porcupine Tree - Open Car (3:47)
Blackfield - Once (4:03)
Yak - Jadis of Charn (11:30)
Richard Cheese - Down with the Sickness (2:10)
Marillion - After Me (3:20) REQUEST
American Hollow - Illumineye (7:20)
Keith Emerson Band - Malambo (from Estancia Suite) (5:33)

**The Crimson Connection**
KTU - Nano (4:42)
KTU - Quiver (3:14)
KTU - Kataklasm (5:07)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Inner Garden (5:34)
King Crimson - Inner Garden, Part 1 (1:47)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Lament (9:19)
King Crimson - Man with an Open Heart (3:05) REQUEST
Ian Wallace - Castaway (8:52)
Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Robert Fripp - The Murder *live* (5:11)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Tank (6:52)

Prog'opolis - The Spider Incident (1:03)
Talking Heads - Psycho Killer (4:20) REQUEST
Airbag - Feeling Less (5:05)
Sand Snowman - The Butcher's Hook (5:49)
Band Of Horses - The First Song (3:43)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Mother (3:17)
The Aurora Project - Shadow Border (16:24)
Fish - Manchmal (5:30)
Fractal - Bellerophon (6:18)

BONUS: Robert Fripp "The Kitchen Tapes" (1978)
First Set (13:35)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 25, 2009, 11:56:01 am
Progopolis Episode #121
May 23, 2009
Download the show from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* Rene Young of Prog Roots joins Vince & Daisy in Studio Prog'opolis
* New music from Queensryche's "American Soldier"
* Mr. Mister and The Crimson Connection

Playlist:
Particle - 7 Minutes 'til Radio Darkness (Pt. 1) (1:47)
Particle - 7 Minutes 'til Radio Darkness (Pt. 2) (2:30)
Porcupine Tree - Prodigal (5:32)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - From the Beginning (4:17)
Riverside - The Curtain Falls (7:59)
Peter Gabriel - Red Rain (5:40) REQUEST
Airbag - Feeling Less (5:05)
Celldweller - Switchback (5:02)
Queensryche - Unafraid (4:47)
Queensryche - Man Down! (4:57)
Queensryche - Jet City Woman (5:22)
*The Crimson Connection*
King Crimson - Sleepless (5:23)
Adrian Belew - Matte Kudasai (2:18)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Frame By Frame (5:30)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part 2 (7:07) REQUEST
King Crimson - Three of a Perfect Pair (4:13)
Mr. Mister - Waiting in My Dreams (5:04)
Mr. Mister - Dust (6:35)
KTU - Purge (5:43)
Portishead - Plastic (3:30)
Portishead - The Rip (4:36)
David Bowie - Space Oddity (5:14)
David Bowie - Ashes to Ashes (3:37)
Peter Schilling - Major Tom (4:57)
Peter Gabriel - Shock the Monkey (5:28) REQUEST
Falco - Rock Me Amadeus (3:11) REQUEST
Porcupine Tree - Mellotron Scratch (6:57) REQUEST
Ozric Tentacles - Etherclock (8:01) REQUEST
Marillion - Tux On (5:12) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (5:21)

Love and Prog,
Vince & Daisy
Prog'opolis hosts
http://www.myspace.com/progopolis
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 07, 2009, 08:38:05 am
Prog'opolis Episode #122
June 6, 2009
Download the show from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* Celebrating Tony Levin's 63rd birthday
* New music from Costa Rican progressive rock band Time's Forgotten
* Tribute to David Carradine (1936 - 2009)

Tony Levin Band - Pieces of the Sun *live* (7:17)
Tony Levin Band - Back in N.Y.C. *live* (6:15)

Time's Forgotten - Second Time (7:15)
Time's Forgotten - Walking Towards the Sun (6:49)

Crimson Jazz Trio - The Court of the Crimson King (6:16)
Porcupine Tree - Stars Die (5:00)
Porcupine Tree - Moonloop (8:11)

**Tony Levin Hour**
Tony Levin - Break it Down (7:02)
Liquid Tension Experiment - Acid Rain (6:36)
King Crimson - The Power to Believe I: A Cappella (0:41)
King Crimson - Level Five (7:17)
Tony Levin - Slow Glide (4:01)
Tony Levin Band - Sleepless *live* (7:00)
Tony Levin Band - Black Dog *live* (5:37)
Peter Gabriel - Schock Den Affen (5:47)
Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe - Fist of Fire (3:32) REQUEST
Steve Hackett - Watcher of the Skies (8:39)

Toy Matinee - Last Plane Out (5:13)
Toy Matinee - The Ballad of Jenny Ledge (5:50)
INXS - Listen Like Thieves (3:46)
David Carradine and Uma Thurman - Truly And Utterly (0:47)
Zamfir - The Lonely Shepherd (4:20)
Fish - Circle Line (5:55)
Fish - So Fellini (4:06)
Fish - Tiki 4 (7:32)
Marillion - The Answering Machine (3:48) REQUEST
Big Big Train - High Tide, Last Stand (7:06)

BONUS: Tony Levin, Jerry Marotta, Steve Gorn "From the Caves of the Iron Mounain" (1997)
Man Walking from A to B (3:40)
In the Caves of the Iron Mountain (3:35)
Drumming on Water (3:30)
Devil's Kitchen (3:50)

Love and Prog,
Vince and Daisy
Prog'opolis hosts
http://www.myspace.com/progopolis
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 21, 2009, 01:54:52 pm
Prog'opolis Episode #123
June 20, 2009
Download the show from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* New music from Riverside's "Anno Domini High Definition"
* Anekdoten's 2-cd retrospective "Chapters"
* New Devo single "Don't Shoot (I'm a Man)"
* Exclusive track from Costa Rican prog band Time's Forgotten
* Selections from five great rainy weather albums

Riverside - Hybrid Times (11:53)
Morglbl - Borderline (5:13)

Anekdoten - Sad Rain (10:13)
Anekdoten - When I Turn (3:40)
Devo - Don't Shoot (I'm a Man) (3:07)

Time's Forgotten - Everything's Not Lost (7:16)
Riverside - Left Out (10:59)

Selections from Five Great Rainy Weather Albums
David Sylvian - Orpheus (4:51)
David Sylvian - Let the Happiness In (5:37)
Pink Floyd - Careful With That Axe, Eugene (8:50)
Marillion - Misplaced Childhood Redux (17:03)
Marillion - Heart Of Lothian (4:02) REQUEST
Low - Down (7:29)
Nick Drake - Horn (1:23)
Nick Drake - Pink Moon (2:05)
Nick Drake - Place To Be (2:43)

Unity Gain - Dodo (8:25)
Napoleon XIV - They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! (2:06)
Jon Astley - Jane's Getting Serious (4:24)
Blackfield - 1,000 People (3:54)
Manooghi Hi - Om Baba (4:55)
UKZ - Radiation (7:47)
Dream Theater - Panic Attack (8:13)
Airbag - Speed of Light (6:54)
Adrian Belew - Oh Daddy (3:07)

BONUS: Theo Travis "Double Talk" featuring Robert Fripp (2007)
Oblivionville (16:17)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 04, 2009, 08:01:41 am
Prog'opolis Episode #124
July 3, 2009
Download the show from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

"An Evening of Epics"

Rush - 2112 (20:33)
Big Big Train - Salt Water (Falling on Uneven Ground) (12:38)
Yes - Close to the Edge (18:44) REQUEST
Porcupine Tree - Moonloop (unedited improvisation) (39:54)
Genesis - Supper's Ready *live* (23:28)
King Crimson - Lizard (23:14)
Marillion - Grendel (17:15)
Rational Diet - From the Grey Notebook, Part 2 (13:47)
Pink Floyd - Echoes (23:32)

Note: This show has been pre-recorded but will air live at the regularly scheduled time of 8pm (Pacific).
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 20, 2009, 02:04:43 pm
Prog'opolis Episode #125
July 18, 2009
Download the show from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* 30th anniversary celebration: Exposure, One of a Kind and Danger Money
* New new music from Judy Dyble
* Special Report: Alaska's Giant Mystery Blob

Camel - Aristillus (1:56)
Moongarden - Dreamlord (11:30)
Blackfield - Once (4:03)
IZZ - Places to Hide (4:29)
Portishead - The Rip (4:36)
Portishead - Plastic (3:30)
Bernie Nee - Beware of the Blob (1:44)
Riverside - Egoist Hedonist (8:56)
Lunatic Soul - Adrift (3:05)
Ghost - Hazy Paradise (4:52)

The Crimson Connection
Robert Fripp - Exposure (4:26)
Bill Bruford - Five G (4:46)
U.K. - Rendezvous 6-02 (5:00)
U.K. - The Only Thing She Needs (7:54)
Robert Fripp - Haaden Two (1:57)
Robert Fripp - Chicago (alternate version) (2:02)
U.K. - Caesar's Palace Blues (4:44)
Bill Bruford - Fainting In Coils (6:37)
Bill Bruford - Hell's Bells (3:33)
Robert Fripp - Disengage II (Daryl Hall vocals) (2:43)
U.K. - Danger Money (8:14)

Judy Dyble - Harpsong (19:18)
Van Morrison - Moondance (4:32)
Tiny Tim - Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight (2:14)
Genesis - Mad Man Moon (7:35)
Camel - Lunar Sea (Live) (9:51)
Chrome - Moonchild (3:35)
Jack Kerouac - The Moon Her Majesty (1:38)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 17, 2009, 02:55:50 pm
Prog'opolis: Special 5th Anniversary Celebration Broadcast!
http://www.thedividingline.com/p
August 15, 2009

SPECIAL BILL BRUFORD CD GIVEAWAY! LISTEN TO WIN!

New music from the Adrian Belew Power Trio, Michael Clay and Adrian Belew's "A Cup of Coffee and a Slice of Time", Patrick Moraz and Bill Bruford "In Tokyo", Italian acid jazz band Slivovitz, Tilt (featuring Steve Vantsis, John Wesley, Frank Usher and Robin Boult). Also, tributes to Les Paul (1915-2009), John Hughes and Elvis Presley. Plus teasers for our interview with Joe Griffin and Christopher Petkus of Donny Who Loved Bowling.

King Crimson - Three Of A Perfect Pair (4:13)
Pink Floyd - Bike (3:24)
Yes - Roundabout (8:35)
Riverside - The Time I Was Daydreaming (4:52)
The Amazing Wilf - Happy Anniversary Prog'opolis (1:48)
Nick Drake - One of These Things First (4:52) REQUEST
Dream Theater - Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt.2 (6:32)
Queen - Get Down, Make Love (3:40) REQUEST
Tilt - Answers (7:33)
Shawn Bishop - A Message From The Bishie (1:52)
Unity Gain - Daisy Daisy (8:28)
Prog'opolis - The Spider Incident (1:03)
Kansas - The Spider (2:04)
Porcupine Tree - Lazarus (4:18)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Give Me Back My Wig (3:46)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Drug Eruption (3:32)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Temprary Secretary (3:01)
Christopher Petkus - A Saucerful of Honeybees (2:08)
Joe Griffin - On Your Own (2:38)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Us and Them (6:40)
Les Paul and Mary Ford - Mr. Sandman (2:09)
Simple Minds - Don't You (Forget About Me) (4:23)
Living Colour - Elvis Is Dead (3:50)
Adrian Belew Power Trio - e2 (7:57)
Michael Clay - Fly (5:18)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Inner Garden (5:34)
Airbag - Safe Like You (7:56)
Slivovitz - Errore di Parallasse (5:52)
Patrick Moraz & Bill Bruford - The Drum Also Waltzes LIVE (3:46)
Fractal - Giving Tree (5:00)
David Bowie - Five Years (4:43)
BONUS: Patrick Moraz & Bill Bruford - Cachaca LIVE (8:10)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 07, 2009, 07:50:14 am
In this episode we bring you the long-awaited interview with Joe Griffin and Christopher Petkus of the American experimental band Donny Who Loved Bowling. Joe and Chris discuss the inspiration and techniques behind the recording of their first two albums, and also share their witty insights on everything from Robert Fripp's Soundscapes to the purpose of the human appendix. This episode features music by the band, their individual solo projects, and a few of their biggest influences. DOWNLOAD THE SHOW FOR A CHANCE AT WINNING A FREE DONNY WHO LOVED BOWLING CD.

Listen to the show http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Show Playlist:
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Us and Them (6:40)
Radiohead - Paranoid Android (6:23)
Evil Genius - Year of the Car Crash (5:58)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Cranberry Sauce (1:31)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Drug Eruption (3:32)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Give Me Back My Wig (3:46)
Yoko Ono - Mind Holes (2:47)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Don't Worry Kyoko (Mummy's Just Looking For Her Hand In The Snow) (5:04)
King Crimson - Discipline (5:00)
Marillion - Heart of Lothian (3:39)
Evil Genius - Just For the Record (3:03)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Temporary Secretary (3:01)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Delilah (4:21)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Late Night (4:00)
Christopher Petkus - Big Ugly (2:09)
Christopher Petkus - Towers Open Fire (5:50)
Joe Griffin - Clearly Better (2:55)
Joe Griffin - Cold Hands Warm Heart (3:39)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Bunk Floyd (6:50)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - The Ballad of Weird Angie (2:01)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Thomistic Illogic (6:05)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Mother (3:17)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Eczema Bop (4:23)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Bettie (5:28)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - My Week Beats Your Year (4:23)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - He Causes Things To Look Different So It Would Appear That Time Has Passed (3:17)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - In Heaven (2:17)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 21, 2009, 04:51:45 pm
In the latest episode of the progressive rock podcast Prog'opolis...

* New music from Costa Rican prog band Time's Forgotten <http://www.timesforgotten.com>
* New Porcupine Tree "The Incident"
* Remembering King Crimson's Boz Burrell and Ian Wallace
* Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Marillion's "Seasons End"

Streaming audio or download the mp3: http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Cast your vote for Prog'opolis: http://preview.tinyurl.com/voteprog
Email the show: vince@thedividingline.com

Playlist for Episode #128:
David Sylvian - September (1:18)
Time's Forgotten - Indifferent (7:24)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man *live, 1972* (10:10)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Red (5:59)
Trey Gunn - Rune Song (5:40)
Blackfield - Epidemic (4:59)
Porcupine Tree - Time Flies (11:40)
Pink Floyd - Dogs (17:06)
Marillion - The Bell In The Sea (4:21)
Marillion - Hooks In You (Meaty Mix) (3:53)
Marillion - The Space... (6:14)
UKZ - Radiation (7:47)
Adrian Belew Power Trio - d (6:00)
Variant - March To War (6:52) <http://www.musicbyvariant.com>
Jethro Tull - Aqualung (6:37)
Moraine - $9 Pay-Per-View TV Lifetime Movie (5:51)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Islands Suite: Press Gang (2:32)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Islands Suite: Zero Dark Thirty (2:18)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Islands Suite: Formentera Lady (7:32)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Islands Suite: Sailor's Tale (3:45)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Islands Suite: The Plank (2:14)
Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman & Howe - Brother Of Mine (10:21)
Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays - September Fifteenth (7:45)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 05, 2009, 03:19:54 am
Prog'opolis Episode #129
October 3, 2009
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

In this episode...

* In the Court of the Crimson King Redux
* "21st Century Schizoid Man" by The Human Experimente (featuring Maynard Keenan, Jeff Fayman and Robert Fripp)
* Guest DJ segment with Christopher Petkus of Donny Who Loved Bowling
* More new music from Porcupine Tree, Tilt, and Utah prog metal band American Hollow

U2 - October (2:20)
Terje Rypdal - Ambiguity (8:45)
The Human Experimente -  21st Century Schizoid Man (with Robert Fripp, Maynard Keenan, Jeff Fayman) (3:45)
Porcupine Tree - The Blind House (5:47)
McDonald & Giles - Flight of the Ibis (3:23)
Genesis - Turn It On Again *live* (5:15)
Tilt - Long Gone (4:18)
Spinal Tap - Stonehenge (4:36)
Stephen Wright - Bohemiath (0:41)
Blue Oyster Cult - Don't Fear the Reaper (5:08)
**The Crimson Connection: In the Court of the Crimson King (Redux)**
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man *live* (8:57)
Crimson Jazz Trio - I Talk To The Wind (9:56)
King Crimson - Epitaph *live* (7:08)
Travis & Fripp - Moonchild (5:38)
King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King *live* (6:27)
Free the Robots - Moonchild (4:28)
Giles, Giles & Fripp (featuring Judy Dyble) - I Talk To The Wind (3:15)
Special Guest DJ Chrisopher Petkus of Donny Who Loved Bowling
Bee vs. Moth - Doom Equity (5:26)
Jaggery - Come (5:10)
Benko - They'll Never Take Us Alive (3:37)
Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys - No Room (3:46)
Austin Cobra Players - I Want Your Hairdo (2:30)
King L - Greedy (4:59)
Non Finire Mai - Propellerboy (3:49)
American Hollow - Constant (4:40)
iQ - Outer Limits (8:15)
The Alan Parsons Project - Don't Answer Me (4:12)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 19, 2009, 03:50:24 pm
October 17, 2009

Special Event: Talking with Judy Dyble

Her name is Judy Dyble, and she was born in England in 1949. By the time she was 21 she had been the lead singer for the now legendary Fairport Convention, done some demo recordings with a group of then-unknown youngsters named Robert Fripp, Michael Giles, Peter Giles, and Ian McDonald, and taken part in a short-lived duo called Trader Horne. In 1973 she abrupty turned her back on the music industry and vanished into the obscurity of real life. Nearly 30 years later she resurfaced, and by 2006 she had released three albums. In 2008, Judy struck up an online friendship with occasional Steven Wilson collaborator Tim Bowness, which eventually developed into her latest album, 2009's "Talking with Strangers", which was co-written and produced by Bowness. The new album features guest performances by old friends Robert Fripp, Ian McDonald, and Simon Nicol--as well as new friends Pat Mastelotto and Julianne Regan of All About Eve. For more information about Judy Dyble, visit www.myspace.com/judydyble.

The King Crimson Big Band - 21st Century Schizoid Man *Live* (3:47)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Pictures of a City  (6:29)

Judy Dyble Interview Special
Judy Dyble - Neu! Blue (8:22)
Judy Dyble - Grey October Day (6:07)
Judy Dyble - Talking with Strangers (3:25)
Judy Dyble - See Emily Play (4:11)
Fairport Convention - If I Had a Ribbon Bow (2:44)
Fairport Convention - I Don't Know Where I Stand (3:46)
Fairport Convention - One Sure Thing (2:57)
Judy Dyble - Shining (7:17)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Under the Sky (2:49)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Passages of Time (3:32)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Make It Today (3:26)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Murder (2:41)
Giles, Giles & Fripp - I Talk to the Wind (3:15)
Trader Horne - Better Than Today (3:11)
Trader Horne - Morning Way (4:35)
Trader Horne - Mixed Up Kind (6:26)
Trader Horne - Three Rings for Elven Kings (2:13)
Trader Horne - Down and Out Blues (4:33)
Judy Dyble - Summer Gathers (6:02)
Judy Dyble - Nimbus Thitherwood (7:40)
Judy Dyble - Enchanted Garden (7:40)
Judy Dyble - Jazz Birds (3:07)
Judy Dyble - Harpsong (excerpt)
The Conspirators with Judy Dyble - One Sure Thing (4:02)
Judy Dyble - Darkness to Light (3:55)
Judy Dyble - Harpsong (excerpt)

Theo Travis & Robert Fripp - The Offering *Live* (7:14)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 09, 2009, 04:08:37 am
November 7, 2009

* King Crimson's "Red" (Remixed by Steven Wilson)
* Music from David Sylvian's new album "Manafon"
* New music by Austin musician Christopher Petkus

Get the show at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

King Crimson - Fallen Angel (Trio Version - Instrumental) (6:25)
King Crimson - Cat Food (live) (4:35)
Kate Bush - Get Out of My House (5:25)
Pink Floyd - Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk (3:05)
Adrian Belew Power Trio - c (6:18)
Adrian Belew Power Trio - Big Electric Cat (live) (3:45)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - The Barbarian (4:32)
King Crimson - Red (Trio Version) (6:26)
The Dude From Mars - Message From Mars (3:32)
Knight Area - Two of a Kind (5:13)
Knight Area - Momentum (2:49)
David Sylvian - Small Metal Gods (5:48)
David Sylvian - 125 Spheres (0:29)
David Sylvian - The Department of Dead Letters (2:25)
David Sylvian - The Greatest Living Englishman (10:54)
Yak - Gates of Moria (3:14)
Yak - Entangled in Dreams (10:05)
Blackfield - Blackfield (live) (4:48)
Blackfield - Once (live) (5:11)
Porcupine Tree - Degree Zero Of Liberty (1:45)
Porcupine Tree - Octane Twisted (5:03)
Porcupine Tree - The Seance (2:39)
Porcupine Tree - Circle Of Manias (2:18)
Aragon - Touch (4:56)
Christopher Petkus - Sutra for Mary Magdalene (10:14)
Marillion - Fugazi (8:12)
Gordian Knot - Fischer's Gambit (5:43)
Two ChileKings - Marinerra Apparition (4:17)
King Crimson - Starless (12:25)
Jadis - Each & Every Day (6:14)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 22, 2009, 05:01:27 pm
Join us as on the latest episode of Prog'opolis as we take a musical journey back in time to discover what the various former and future King Crimson band members were up to in 1978. Listen to this episode for an opportunity to win the new reissue of "In the Court of the Crimson King" (remixed by Steven Wilson).

Download Prog'opolis Episode #132: The Crimson Connection 1978 at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Blondie - Fade Away And Radiate (4:01)
Bruford - Feels Good To Me (3:53)
Bruford - Beelzebub (3:22)
Bill Bruford - Back To The Beginning *live* (7:01)
Bill Bruford - Adios A La Pasada (Goodbye To The Past) *live* (7:34)
Annette Peacock - Real & Defined Androgens (10:58)
U.K. - In the Dead of Night (5:34)
U.K. - By the Light of Day (4:29)
U.K. - Presto Vivace And Reprise (3:05)
Peter Gabriel - Exposure (4:18)
Peter Gabriel - White Shadow (5:19)
Anthony Phillips - Sisters Of Remindum (4:32)
Anthony Phillips - Um And Aargh (4:53)
Anthony Phillips - Nightmare (7:30)
Camel - Never Let Go*live* (7:29)
Camel - The Sleeper (7:04)
Camel - A Song Within A Song *live* (7:10)
Foreigner - Tramontane (3:55)
Foreigner - Double Vision (3:43)
Foreigner - Back Where You Belong (3:14)
David Bowie - Stay *live* (7:18)
David Bowie - Station To Station *live* (8:40)
David Bowie - Heroes *live* (6:10)
Richard Wright - Cat Cruise (5:16)
Richard Wright - Pink's Song (3:29)
Robert Fripp - First Set *live* (13:35)

Much Love Your Way,
Vince and Daisy
Prog'opolis hosts

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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 06, 2009, 09:16:56 am
Prog'opolis Episode #133: Musophobia not Musicphobia

A DJ confronts his fear of mice on the air. This first-ever event for the Dividing Line Broadcast Network takes podcasting to a new level, raising awareness for musophobia to a thrilling soundtrack of eclectic songs. Rated PG-13 for occasional coarse language, brief nudity and doody humor. (186 mins)

Download the show straight from here http://tinyurl.com/progopolis133 or go to http://www.thedividingline.com/p to stream the audio.

* King Crimson's "In the Court of the Crimson King" and "Lizard" remixes
* New music from British band Engineers
* Crime in Choir and Miriodor, discovered
* New music from Donny Who Loved Bowling's forthcoming album "Screeching and
Exploding"

King Crimson - Indoor Games (5:35)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (BBC Peel Session) (7:10)
Engineers - International Dirge (5:11)
KTU - Kataklasm (5:07)
Brian Eno - Dead Finks Don't Talk (4:19)
Yes - Roundabout *Live* (8:32)
Genesis - All In A Mouse's Night (6:39)
Jethro Tull -One Brown Mouse (3:17)
Kevin Moore - The Fucking Mouse (5:11)
Wrongo Umbongo - Charm Away the Rodents (5:00)
Gong - Three Blind Mice (4:46)
Marillion - Sugar Mice (5:46)
Crime In Choir - Measure of a Master (6:25)
Crime In Choir - Land of Sherry Wine and Spanish Horses (7:15)
Crime In Choir - The Hollow Crown (4:06)
Blackfield - Miss U (4:13)
King L - That's How it Works (5:17)
Prog'opolis - The Spider Incident (1:03)
Miriodor - Pas a ce que je sache, Sacha (Bulgarian Cave) (5:58)
Miriodor - L'inevitable (The Inevitable) (5:24)
Miriodor - La polka des spheres (Polka of the Spheres) (1:14)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Lazarus Rising (3:57)
King Crimson - I Talk to the Wind (Alternate Take - Duo Version) (4:55)
King Crimson - Lady of the Dancing Water (2:48)
Pineapple Thief - Dead in the Water (5:33)
Genesis - Behind The Lines *Live* (5:26) REQUEST
Genesis - Duchess *Live* (6:38) REQUEST
Alan Parsons Project - Time(5:04) *In Memory of Eric Woolfson (1945-2009)*
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 20, 2009, 07:40:58 pm
It's Christmas on Planet Prog'opolis! Get yourself into the Holiday spirit with this very special episode featuring brand new music from IZZ, Big Big Train and King Crimson's David Cross... in addition to a few other fun, seasonally-influenced selections. Also in this episode, check out our latest discovery The Zombeatles and their hilarious "A Hard Day's Night of the Living Dead"!

Check out the show page at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

...or...

Click the link below to download the podcast:
http://www.thedividingline.com/podcasts/progopolis/media/2009-12-20_progopolis2009_12_19.mp3
 

December 19, 2009
IZZ - Day of Innocence (2:56)
Big Big Train - Master James of St. George (6:18)
Greg Dulli - Cigarettes (3:34)
Marillion - Fake Plastic Trees (live) (4:32) REQUEST
Frost - Experiments in Mass Appeal (7:57) REQUEST
Genesis - In The Cage (live) (7:56) REQUEST
Gayla Peevey - I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas (2:38) REQUEST
Bob & Doug McKenzie - The Twelve Days of Christmas (4:48) REQUEST
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova - If You Want Me (3:48)
Blackfield - Epidemic (4:59) REQUEST
Lycia - The Better Things to Come (4:32)
Crimson Jazz Trio - Inner Garden (5:34) REQUEST
The Zombeatles - A Hard Day's Night of the Living Dead (3:21)
Big Big Train - The Underfall Yard (22:59)
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner - The Psychiatrist (4:05)
Joe Griffin - Year of the Car Crash (5:56) REQUEST
Rene Young - Overture: Life Came From the Sea, Parts 1-3 (8:39)
IZZ - Swallow Our Pride (5:16)
Riversea - The Magic of Christmas (5:03)
Kay Starr - I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm (Stuhr Remix) (3:25)
David Cross and Andrew Keeling - Lamentoso (4:48)
Marillion - Gabriel's Message (4:09)
Low - Just Like Christmas (3:08)
Cheech & Chong - Santa Claus and His Old Lady (6:29)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - I Believe in Father Christmas (3:20)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers - Zomby Woof (5:10) REQUEST
Bobby Helms (featuring Steven Wilson, Fish, Adrian Belew and Shawn Bishop) - Jingle Bell Prog (1:21)
David Bowie and Bing Crosby - Little Drummer Boy (4:24)
Mogwai - Christmas Steps (10:39)
Richard Page - I Always Cry at Christmas (3:48)

Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah,
Vince & Daisy
Prog'opolis hosts

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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 03, 2010, 08:37:02 am
For your consideration, the best music of 2009 (part 1 of 3).

Get the show here http://www.thedividingline.com/p

#30: The Adrian Belew Power Trio "e"
e (0:55)
b3 (1:21)
a3 (3:06)
b (6:12)
d2 (2:50)

#29: Slivovitz "Hubris"
Sono Tranquillo Eppure Spesso Strillo (4:41)
Dammi un Besh O (6:16)
Co2 (3:57)

#28: Riverside "Anno Domini High Definition"
Hyperactive (5:45)
Left Out (10:59)

#27: Steven Wilson "NSRGNTS RMXS"
Salvaging (Pat Mastelotto Mix) (8:31)
Abandoner (Engineers Mix) (4:46)

#26: Eloy "Visionary"
The Refuge (4:54)
The Secret (7:44)

#25: American Hollow (Best Local Prog Band)
Constant (4:40)
Illumineye (7:20)

#24: Squarepusher "Solo Electric Bass 1"
1.08 (5:20)
1.09 (3:31)
1.07 (1:54)

#23: iQ "Frequency"
The Province (13:42)
Life Support (6:27)

#22: Marillion "Less is More"
Quartz (5:48)
Interior Lulu (7:32)
Marillion - Go! (4:59)

#21: King Crimson "Lizard" (2009 Steven Wilson remix)
Lizard: Prince Rupert Awakes/Bolero - The Peacock's Tale/The Battle of Glass
Tears (23:33)

...Stay tuned as the countdown continues on the next episode of Prog'opolis.

Love/Prog,
V&D
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 24, 2010, 11:23:11 am
The countdown continues, as the controversy boils.

Prog'opolis Episode #136: The Best Music of 2009, Part 2
Download the show from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

#20: UKZ "Radiation"
Radiation (7:47)
Legend (1:38)
Tu-95 (7:16)

#19: Miriodor "Avanti!"
Envoutement (Bewitchment) (9:16)
Ecart-type (Standard Deviation) (6:39)

#18 (TIE): The Aurora Project "Shadow Border"
Photonic Reunion (4:34)
The Confession (5:38)
Another Dream (5:33)

#18 (TIE): Knight Area "Realm of Shadows"
Occlusion (11:13)

#17: Ozric Tentacles "The Yum Yum Tree"
Mooncalf (7:40)
Oolong Oolong (5:53)

#16: Michael Clay and Adrian Belew "A Cup of Coffee and a Slice of Time"
Fly (5:18)
Frame by Frame (4:29)
Sleepless (6:49)

#15: Time's Forgotten "Dandelion"
Second Time (7:14)
Indifferent (7:24)

#14: KTU "Quiver"
Fragile Sun (1:39)
Kataklasm (5:07)
Nano (4:42)

#13: David Sylvian "Manafon"
Small Metal Gods (5:48)
The Department of Dead Letters (2:25)

#12: Tilt "Million Dollar Wound (EP)"
Answers (7:33)
Gravity (4:58)

#11: Engineers "Three Fact Fader"
International Dirge (5:11)
Brighter As We Fall (6:05)


Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 31, 2010, 10:28:00 am
Vince and Daisy of Prog'opolis have just announced their selections for the top 10 albums of 2009--and Crimson fans should be tickled. Listen to the show by going to www.thedividingline.com/p

#10: Airbag "Identity"
Steal My Soul (8:01)
Feeling Less (5:05)
Safe Like You (7:57)

#9 (TIE): King Crimson "Red" (2009 Steven Wilson remix)
Fallen Angel (Instrumental Trio Version) (6:25)
Red (Trio Version) (6:26)

#9 (TIE): King Crimson "In the Court of the Crimson King" (2009) Steven Wilson remix)
I Talk to the Wind [Alternate Mix] (6:36)
Epitaph (Alternate Instrumental Version) (9:26)

#8: Sand Snowman "Two Way Mirror"
Mirrors (8:22)
Faded Flowers (5:21)

#7: Faunts "Feel.Love.Thinking.Of"
Lights Are Always On (5:46)
Das Malefitz (4:05)
I Think I'll Start a Fire (4:30)

#6: Fractal "Sequitur"
Giving Tree (5:00)
Bellerophon (6:18)

#5: IZZ "The Darkened Room"
Can't Feel the Earth, Part III (5:07)
23 Minutes of Tragedy (7:00)

#4: Judy Dyble "Talking with Strangers"
Harpsong (19:18)

#3 (TIE): Big Big Train "The Underfall Yard"
Winchester Diver (7:22)
Victorian Brickwork (12:32)

#3 (TIE): Porcupine Tree "The Incident"
The Blind House (5:47)
Octane Twisted (5:03)
The Seance (2:39)
Circle Of Manias (2:18)

#2: Donny Who Loved Bowling "Butcher Covers"
Give Me Back My Wig (3:46)
Late Night (4:00)
Mrs. Lennon (4:18)

#1: Crimson Jazz Trio "King Crimson Songbook Vol. 2"
The Court of the Crimson King (6:16)
Frame By Frame (5:30)
Inner Garden (5:34)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on February 28, 2010, 04:41:53 pm
****BEGIN TRANSMISSION****

HEADLINE: Prog 1, Windows 0

Vince and Daisy, hosts of the progressive rock podcast Prog'opolis, beat the evil Windows Update demons and struck a devastating blow for all prog-kind this Saturday.

Pooling their resources and calling upon experts both near and far (thank you Frans Keylard) Saturday night's broadcast proved a major turning point in prog podcasting history--and turned the show's 5th anniversary broadcast into an epic, 3-hour victory dance featuring new music from Peter Gabriel, Massive Attack, Gong, Steve Hackett, No-Man, The Tangent and Donny Who Loved Bowling.

Those of you who were unable to listen to the live broadcast can download the archive from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

February 27, 2010

Gong - Portal (7:08)
King Crimson - Neurotica (4:34)
Matt Stevens - Airships (3:28)
Porcupine Tree - Waiting Phase One (4:26)
Porcupine Tree - Waiting Phase Two (6:17)
Peter Gabriel - Mirrorball (4:50)
John Vanderslice - Pale Horse (2:40)
No-Man - Time Travel in Texas (live) (4:55)
No-Man - Pretty Genius (live) (3:50)
Trey Gunn Band - Hierarchtitiptitoploftical (3:37)
Frost - Dear Dead Days (6:50)
Jem Godfrey - Dogheater (2:03)
IZZ - Stumbling (5:23)
The Tangent - Paroxetine 20mg (7:41)
Bill Murray - Star Wars (1:08)
Portishead - The Rip (4:31)
Genesis - Turn it On Again (featuring Shawn Bishop) (3:46)
Steve Hackett - Tubehead (3:36)
Royksopp - What Else Is There? (5:17)
Royksopp - Sparks (5:25)
Pulp Fiction - Personality Goes a Long Way (1:02)
Pink Floyd - Pigs (Three Different Ones) (11:30)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Fairchild 666 (4:34)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Miss Belgium (3:03)
Ugress - Reason To Believe (5:00)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - From The Beginning (4:17)
Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays - Daulton Lee (5:59)
Marillion - Interior Lulu (15:14)
Massive Attack - Flat Of The Blade (5:30)
Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner - The 2000 Year Old Man (12:46)

****END TRANSMISSION****

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 14, 2010, 10:07:37 am
How did three guys (one from Utah, one from Tokyo and another from Brussels) wind up calling themselves The California Guitar Trio? Interestingly enough, it all started in England...

Former Robert Fripp pupils Paul Richards, Hideyo Moriya and Bert Lams have been entertaining audiences for years with their awe-inspiring aural acrobatics--and the best news is they're currently on tour. Check out the band's show calendar at www.cgtrio.com for dates near you.

Meanwhile, you can explore their catalogue and have a taste of what you may have been missing (including their early work with Robert Fripp & The League of Crafty Guitarists) by listening to the latest episode of Prog'opolis at http://www.thedividingline.com/p  Uncle Bob must be so very proud.

Also…
* Hear the new 18-minute epic from The Fierce and The Dead
* Matt Stevens, solo guitarists extraordinaire
* Apocalyptic music by Shadow Gallery

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 28, 2010, 11:24:09 am
The question was posed: How can you tell if a song is in an odd-time signature? The answer was given: If you try to dance to it, you end up hurting yourself. But rather than expounding verbally, the music should really be allowed to speak for itself. And while it doesn’t ever hurt to have a calculator handy, the list of songs below represents what we feel are perfect examples of songs that deviate from the 4/4 norm without making it terribly obvious.

To listen to the podcast, just go to www.thedividingline.com/p

Genesis - Turn It On Again (Live) (5:15)
King Crimson - Frame By Frame (Live) (3:57)
Dream Theater - Panic Attack (8:13)
The Beatles - Happiness is a Warm Gun (2:43)
Porcupine Tree - The Sound Of Muzak (4:59)
U.K. - Rendezvous 6-02 (5:00)
Frank Zappa - Keep It Greasey (8:21)
Frank Zappa - Outside Now (5:49)
Frost - Hyperventilate (7:31)
Kevin Gilbert - Shadow Self (7:05)
Rush - The Trees (4:45)
Steve Hackett - Los Endos (Live) (8:51)
blld - OHM (4:30)
blld - Transition (0:36)
blld - Despair (1:45)
blld - Reverence (2:51)
Robert Fripp - Disengage (Alternate) (2:49)
King Crimson - Discipline (5:03)
Yes - Long Distance Runaround (3:29)
Yes - The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) (2:42)
Fish - Dark Star (6:44)
Marillion - Just for the record (3:09)
Marillion - Afraid Of Sunrise (5:01)
Blackfield - This Killer (4:06)
Air - Alpha Beta Gaga (4:41)
Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill (4:21)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Trilogy (8:54)
Fractal - The Monkey's Paw including Coda: Pentacle (3:49)
Nick Drake - River Man (4:22)
iQ - Awake And Nervous (7:46)
American Hollow - Constant (4:40)
Happy The Man - Stumpy Meets the Firecracker in Stencil Forest (4:21)
Two ChileKings - Ivory Princess (3:53)
Matt Stevens - Jubilee (3:51)
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova - When Your Mind's Made Up (3:41)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 25, 2010, 07:02:22 am
Apparently, Trey Gunn’s latest collaborative effort was born of an hour-long drum solo. UKZ drummer Marco Minnemann, who had worked with Gunn in the Eddie Jobson-led prog project UKZ, had recently recorded a 51-minute drum solo and was looking for someone to fill in the blanks. Enter Gunn, whose initial response of "No way!" eventually evolved into the masterful "Modulator", a frenetic and explorative 22-track album set for release May 18. Those interested in having a listen can download the latest episode of Prog'opolis, which aired a sampling of six tracks from the forthcoming release.

The latest episode also features the last in a three-part series of songs in odd time signatures, with musical selections as wide-ranging as Gavin Harrison, The Beatles, Faith No More, Big Big Train and the Pat Metheny Group.

Download the show from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Gavin Harrison - 19 Days
Porcupine Tree - Open Car
Daryl Hall - Something In 4/4 Time
Ozric Tentacles - Etherclock
Kate Bush - Wuthering Heights
Liquid Tension Experiment - When the Water Breaks
Sneak Preview: Trey Gunn and Marco Minnemann's MODULATOR
Trey Gunn and Marco Minnemann - Contact
Trey Gunn and Marco Minnemann - Down Spin
Trey Gunn and Marco Minnemann - Spray I
Trey Gunn and Marco Minnemann - Scatter
Trey Gunn and Marco Minnemann - Twisted Pair
Trey Gunn and Marco Minnemann - Hymn
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Part I (Live)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Part II (Live)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Part III (Live)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Part IV (Live)
The Beatles - All You Need is Love
Frank Zappa - Filthy Habits
Big Big Train - Last Train
Gordian Knot - Code / Anticode
Faunts - Out on a Limb
Yes - Mood for a Day
Jethro Tull - The Pine Marten's Jig
Anthony Phillips - Um and Aargh
Marillion - Gazpacho
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Mother
Faith No More - Zombie Eaters
Pink Floyd - Money
Pat Metheny Group - The First Circle

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 16, 2010, 04:47:04 pm
A smorgasbord of prog rock non'stopolis awaits your ears on the latest episode of Prog'opolis, plus the exciting premiere of the debut solo album from Adrian Belew Power Trio's own Julie Slick featuring contributions from Robert Fripp, Pat Mastelotto, and Stick Men's Michael Bernier.

http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Playlist for May 14, 2010

King Crimson - Drop In (Live)
David Sylvian & Robert Fripp - Firepower (Live)
Genesis - The Chamber Of 32 Doors
Riverside - Hyperactive
Pink Floyd - A Saucerful of Secrets (Live)
Marillion - White Russian
Alan Parsons Project - Games People Play
Gentle Giant - Free Hand
KTU - Kataklasm
Tiny Tim - Another Brick in the Wall
Bill Bruford - The Sliding Floor

Sneak Preview: Julie Slick www.julieslick.com
Julie Slick - Mora
Julie Slick - Choke
Julie Slick - Nothing to Be Done
ulie Slick - Shadow Trip

Adrian Belew Power Trio - Thela Hun Ginjeet (Live)
Mike Oldfield - Family Man
Spring - Grail
Genesis - Domino (Part One - In The Glow Of The Night, Part Two - The Last Domino)
H - Cage
Kate Bush - King of the Mountain
Unity Gain - Dodo
Elbow - Starlings
Porcupine Tree - Blackest Eyes
Bang Camaro - Night Lies

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 23, 2010, 03:34:53 pm
On this week's episode of Prog'opolis, we attempted to deliver an entire evening of music you've (hopefully) never heard before, featuring artists like Ben Rusch, Christopher Petkus, We Sell Seashells, Relocator, IZZ guitarist Paul Bremner, and more selections from Julie Slick’s debut solo CD. Also, the internet premiere of the new album "Whisper Campaign" by Utah progressive rock band American Hollow.

Listen to the podcast at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Ben Rusch - Out of Time
American Hollow - Blow Wind! Bring Forth Storm
We Sell Seashells - Part 1
We Sell Seashells - Part 2
We Sell Seashells - Interlude
We Sell Seashells - Part 3
Non Finire Mai - Propellerboy
Paul Bremner - Vita Aeterna
Paul Bremner - Sleep Eludes the Dreamer
Paul Bremner - Prelude to a Memory
Relocator - Biosphere
American Hollow - Prizards
Deerhoof - This Magnificent Bird Will Rise
Christopher Petkus - Hot Damn Dot Com
Christopher Petkus - The Bringer of Storms is Scarred and Broken
Christopher Petkus - Hey Guys Hey Gals
Julie Slick - Many Laughs
Julie Slick - Spice Trade
Lisa Germano - All the Pretty Lies
The Azusa Plane - The Miracle of the Octave
Spain - Untitled #1
Ugress - It Was a Great Year (Movies With Robots)
Milla - The Alien Song (For Those Who Listen)
Ben Rusch - As Good As it Gets (The Wicked Witch of the West)
Proud 2B Weird - Dark Liquid
Hope in Ghosts - Stitches
Lamb - Gabriel
Transister - Flow
Gary Clark - This Is Why, J
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - East Hastings


Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 13, 2010, 09:45:09 am
It seems Asia’s new album “Omega” has the progressive world divided into two feuding factions. But what else can you expect from a band as revered and reviled? On last night’s progressive rock podcast Prog’opolis, we discussed this--and a whole lot more. Like when is it okay for bands to re-record entire segments of live performances? Is there a statute of limitations? If not there should be, as evidenced by the live version of “Supper’s Ready” by Genesis, which was originally recorded in 1973 but had new vocals dropped in by Peter Gabriel in 1995.

To hear what you missed, go to www.thedividingline.com/p

A special note to all you American prog fans in Colorado: there's a prog-metal band you won't want to miss called American Hollow that's going to be in your neck of the woods on June 17 and 19. Get more information at www.americanhollowband.com

Cold Fairyland - Mirror Theater (Live)
Porcupine Tree - Anesthetize (Live)
King Crimson - Lady of the Dancing Water (Alternate Take)
King Crimson - Lizard: Prince Rupert Awakes/Bolero: The Peacock's Tale/The Battle of Glass Tears (including Dawn Song, Last Skirmish, Prince Rupert's Lament)
American Hollow - Operator
American Hollow - Variable
American Hollow - Constant
Genesis - Supper's Ready (Live 1973)
Asia - Finger On The Trigger
Porcupine Tree - Music For The Head
Porcupine Tree - Jupiter Island
Blackfield - 1,000 People
UHF Soundtrack - Spatula City Commercial
American Hollow - Terronoia
American Hollow - State of Decay
Ugress - E-Pipe
Marillion - Afraid Of Sunlight
Pink Floyd - Welcome to The Machine
The Guess Who - Sour Suite
Aphex Twin - Come to Daddy
Nick Drake - Place To Be
Royksopp - What Else Is There?
Royksopp - In Space
Pete Sinfield - The Night People
Cold Fairyland - Puzzle
Fractal - Mauves/The Great Pain

Much Love,
Vince and Daisy
Prog’opolis hosts

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 27, 2010, 02:26:23 pm
What started out as an evening of music with no general theme quickly evolved before our eyes, and before we realized what was happening the show had taken a life of its own. We decided not to fight it. After all, who controls the mysterious hand of providence? Episode 146 is an experiment in fear. Or maybe it's more accurate to call it an experiment in finding out how resilient the hosts were in throwing together a three-hour playlist of songs dealing with phobias. Did we succeed? Or were we simply having one off the wrist? We'll let you decide. Download the show from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

NOTE: Tune in next Saturday July 3 for a three-hour special, The Crimson Connection 1979.

The Bears - Normal (URSAPHOBIA)
Genesis - Back in N.Y.C. (live)
Marillion - Mad (live) (MANIAPHOBIA)
Aphex Twin - Icct Hedral (Philip Glass Orchestration)
Elbow - Any Day Now
The Church - Reptile (HERPETOPHOBIA)
Genesis - All in a Mouse's Night (MUSOPHOBIA)
The Who - Boris the Spider (ARACHNOPHOBIA)
Fish - Goldfish and Clowns (COULROPHOBIA)
David Bowie - I'm Afraid of Americans (XENOPHOBIA)
Suzanne Vega - Blood Makes Noise (HEMOPHOBIA)
Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Blank Planet (ASTROPHOBIA)
Jem Godfrey - Afraid of Summer (UNIDENTIFIED)
Blue Oyster Cult - (Don't Fear) The Reaper (NECROPHOBIA)
Explosions In The Sky - It's Natural to Be Afraid
Roy Orbison - Running Scared
Marillion - Afraid of Sunrise (live) (HELIOPHOBIA)
American Hollow - Prizards (NEILASPAROPHOBIA)
Pink Floyd - Fearless
Disturbed - Fear
Kevin Gilbert - Fear
Oingo Boingo - Nothing to Fear (But Fear Itself) (PHOBIAPHOBIA)
Low - Fear
Europeans - Acid Rain (OMBROPHOBIA)
Fish - Fearless
Fleetwood Mac - I'm So Afraid (live)
Black - I'm Not Afraid
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 03, 2010, 12:47:59 pm
On July 10, Prog’opolis will bring you “The Crimson Connection 1979”, an entire show focusing on what past and future King Crimson members were up to in the last year of the glorious 70s. To whet your appetite and catch you up to speed, this week we bring you a repeat episode of Prog’opolis originally broadcast November 21, 2009: “The Crimson Connection 1978”.

Download the show or listen in streaming audio here: http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Playlist for “The Crimson Connection 1978”
Blondie - Fade Away And Radiate (4:01)
Bruford - Feels Good To Me (3:53)
Bruford - Beelzebub (3:22)
Bill Bruford - Back To The Beginning *live* (7:01)
Bill Bruford - Adios A La Pasada (Goodbye To The Past) *live* (7:34)
Annette Peacock - Real & Defined Androgens (10:58)
U.K. - In the Dead of Night (5:34)
U.K. - By the Light of Day (4:29)
U.K. - Presto Vivace And Reprise (3:05)
Peter Gabriel - Exposure (4:18)
Peter Gabriel - White Shadow (5:19)
Anthony Phillips - Sisters Of Remindum (4:32)
Anthony Phillips - Um And Aargh (4:53)
Anthony Phillips - Nightmare (7:30)
Camel - Never Let Go*live* (7:29)
Camel - The Sleeper (7:04)
Camel - A Song Within A Song *live* (7:10)
Foreigner - Tramontane (3:55)
Foreigner - Double Vision (3:43)
Foreigner - Back Where You Belong (3:14)
David Bowie - Stay *live* (7:18)
David Bowie - Station To Station *live* (8:40)
David Bowie - Heroes *live* (6:10)
Richard Wright - Cat Cruise (5:16)
Richard Wright - Pink's Song (3:29)
Robert Fripp - First Set *live* (13:35)

*Tune in to www.thedividingline.com on Saturday July 10 (7pm-10pm Pacific) for “The Crimson Connection 1979”.

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 11, 2010, 08:24:27 am
On the latest episode of the progressive rock podcast Prog'opolis we bring you "The Crimson Connection 1979", a full three hours that gives you a taste of the various musical pies the ex and future King Crimson members had their fingers in during the last year of the 70s. We also deliver late breaking news from Ottawa about an attacking giant hogweed, announce rules and deadline information for the Judy Dyble remix contest, relay Adrian Belew's latest efforts to reform King Crimson, and let you know what Pete Sinfield was really talking about when he wrote the lyrics for ELP's Karn Evil 9. Download the podcast or listen in streaming audio by going here: http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Robert Fripp - Breathless
U.K. - Night After Night (Live)
Bad Company - Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy
Bruford - The Abingdon Chasp
The Roches - Pretty and High
U.K. - Carrying No Cross
Frank Zappa - I Have Been in You
Frank Zappa - Flakes
Frank Zappa - The Sheik Yerbouti Tango
Frank Zappa - Baby Snakes
Frank Zappa - Tryin' to Grow a Chin
Frank Zappa - City of Tiny Lights
Frank Zappa - Dancin' Fool
Robert Fripp - 1st Inaugural Address to the I.A.C.E. Sherborne House
Robert Fripp - You Burn Me Up I'm A Cigarette
Carly Simon - Vengeance
Anthony Phillips - Um and Aargh
Anthony Phillips - I Want Your Love
Foreigner - Do What You Like
Blondie with Robert Fripp - Sister Midnight (Live)
David Bowie - Red Money
Peter Sinfield & Brian Eno - In a Land of Clear Colours, Part 1
Peter Sinfield & Brian Eno - In a Land of Clear Colours, Part 3
Peter Sinfield & Brian Eno - In a Land of Clear Colours, Part 6
Peter Sinfield & Brian Eno - In a Land of Clear Colours, Part 12
Bruford - The Sahara of Snow Parts 1 and 2
Robert Fripp - Chicago (Alternate)
Bad Company - Gone, Gone, Gone
Anthony Phillips - Sisters of Remindum
U.K. - Rendezvous 6:02 (Live)
Robert Fripp - Exposure

Love in Odd Time,
Vince and Daisy
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 25, 2010, 10:11:58 am
Robert Fripp recently gave rap artist Kanye West permission to license "21st Century Schizoid Man" for the purposes of sampling. Whether this was an act of financial savvy or a lapse of creative judgment is debatable, but before deciding you should probably hear the song. For those interested, the end result is included in the latest episode of Prog'opolis.

Also included: New music from Stick Men (featuring Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto), and a 25th anniversary airing of "The Falcon and the Snowman" by Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays. The playlist is below. The show awaits your ears.

Stick Men - Red (Live)
Porcupine Tree - Normal (Live)

Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays: "The Falcon and the Snowman" (1985)
Psalm 121 (Flight Of The Falcon)
Daulton Lee
Chris
The Falcon
This is Not America
Extent of the Lie
The Level of Deception
Capture
Epilogue (Psalm 121)

Stick Men - Soup www.papabear.com
Stick Men - Hands pt1
Stick Men - Hands pt2
Stick Men - Hands pt3
Stick Men - Fugue
Stick Men - Sasquatch
Kanye West - Power (featuring 21st Century Schizoid Man)
Genesis - Squonk
Fish - What Colour is God?
Van Der Graaf Generator - Man-Erg
Eman Gilligan - Override
Eman Gilligan - Sole Desire
Rush - YYZ
Steve Hackett - Every Day
American Hollow - State of Decay www.americanhollowband.com
Adrian Belew - Fly
Ghost - Hazy Paradise
Queen - The Show Must Go On *In memory of Dave P*
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 15, 2010, 08:14:58 am
This episode is dedicated in full to thanking the faithful friends and listeners who, through their efforts and their votes, helped Prog'opolis break into the top 5 rankings at Podcast Alley. The show also features brand new music from We Sell Seashells and guitarist Matt Stevens, as well as more new live Porcupine Tree from their DVD Anesthetize. We've also dug up a rare treasure in Doc Severinsen's 1970 cover of a classic King Crimson song. Tune in Saturday August 21 for a special Live and Interactive with Utah progressive rock band American Hollow.

Download the show or listen in streaming audio at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

American Hollow - Blow Wind! Bring Forth Storm
Pat Metheny Group - Follow Me
Doc Severinsen - In the Court of the Crimson King
We Sell Seashells - Be Excellent to Each Other
Matt Stevens - Lake Man
The Human Experimente - 21st Century Schizoid Man (feat. Robert Fripp, Maynard Keenan, Jeff Fayman)
ZZZZZZ - The Bump
Marillion - Going Under (Extended Version)
Europeans - Don't Give Your Heart to Anybody
Massive Attack - Girl I Love You
Porcupine Tree - My Ashes (Live)
Porcupine Tree - Halo (Live)
Stevie Wonder - Sir Duke
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Moya
Stick Men - Scarlet Wheel
Sandy Denny - No More Sad Refrains
Sany Denny and The Strawbs - Who Knows Where the Time Goes
Strawbs - Autumn
Judy Dyble - Nimbus Thitherwood
King Crimson - I Talk to the Wind (Duo Version)
King Crimson - Starless
Engineers - Brighter As We Fall
Spiritualized - Cop Shoot Cop...
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova - If You Want Me
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 30, 2010, 03:10:16 pm
Vince and Daisy are proud to present an exclusive live performance by prog metal band American Hollow of their debut album "Whisper Campaign," recorded August 21 in Salt Lake City at Audio Space studios on a balmy Utah summer night with plenty of beer on hand and a specially imported bottle of 1792 Kentucky bourbon. Download the show in high quality mp3 format or listen via streaming audio at www.thedividingline.com/p We spoke with the band between sets and fielded questions from the listening audience, with conversation ranging from progressive rock to science fiction. For more information about American Hollow and to order a copy of their CD, visit www.americanhollowband.com

The evening's set list:
Terronoia
State of Decay
Operator
Variable
Constant
Gravity
Illumineye
Prizards
Blow Wind! Bring Forth Storm
21st Century Schizoid Man
Terranoyed
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 03, 2010, 04:42:28 pm
When the cat's away, the mice will... broadcast deep, deep into the night. Vince takes to the airwaves in a five-hour solo broadcast featuring new music from textural guitarist Simeon Harris. For more information visit http://www.simeonharris.co.uk/. Featuring guest co-host Shawn Bishop of "Behind the Lines" podcast. Download the show in high quality mp3 format or listen via streaming audio at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Playlist for August 28, 2010
Simeon Harris - The Space Between Breaths
The Swell Season - Fitzcarraldo (Live)
The Frames - Song for Someone
Pink Floyd - Free Four
Blackfield - 1,000 People
Airlord - Pictures In A Puddle
Michael Hedges - Ragamuffin
Napoleon XIV - They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!
Fish - Solo
McDonald & Giles - Tomorrow's People
Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space
Genesis - Carpet Crawlers 99
Magyar Posse - Pacific Ocean / Death in the Desert
Pet Shop Boys - West End Girls
Chris Rea - Candles
Mangs - No Moi No Tu
Pink Floyd - Hey You
Genesis - Behind The Lines (Live)
Genesis - Duchess (Live)
Danny Wilson - Nothing Ever Goes To Plan
Vince Font feat. Shawn Bishop - Writing on the Wall
Crimson Jazz Trio - Inner Garden
King Crimson - Moonchild (2009 Remix)
Fish - The Perception of Johnny Punter
Yak - Jadis of Charn
Camel Cigarettes Commercial - Doctor's Choice
Camel - Song Within A Song
George Thorogood and the Destroyers - I Drink Alone
George Thorogood and the Destroyers - One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
The Wishing Tree - Midnight Snow
Marillion - Angelina
Porcupine Tree - Shesmovedon
Arena - Crying For Help I
Arena - Crying For Help II
Arena - Crying For Help IV
Royksopp - Sparks
The Frames - The Cost
Jem Godfrey - Envy Cow (The Feeding)
Jem Godfrey - Dogheater
Jem Godfrey - Saltaire
American Hollow - Blow Wind! Bring Forth Storm
American Hollow - State of Decay
Aragon - Rocking Horse
Interference - Gold

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 12, 2010, 09:46:27 am
Marking the ninth anniversary of September 11 with songs of hope and remembrance.
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Strawbs - Remembering
Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah
U2 - The Unforgettable Fire
Porcupine Tree - Lazarus (Live)
Pineapple Thief - Remember Us
Yes - Soon
Marillion - The Wound
Blackfield - Blackfield (Live)
Kino - Leave a Light On
Simon Apple - Weight Of The World
Camel - For Today
The Swell Season - High Horses
The Swell Season - Fitzcarraldo (Live)
Fractal - Giving Tree
David Sylvian - September
David Sylvian - Orpheus
Adrian Belew - Fly (Live)
King Crimson - One Time
Michael Clay and Adrian Belew - The Man in the Moon
Crimson Jazz Trio - Inner Garden
RPWL - Roses
Airbag - Safe Like You
Judy Dyble - Shining
George Harrison - Beware Of Darkness
Lycia - The Better Things To Come
George Michael - Praying For Time
David Bowie - Heroes (Live)
REM - Sweetness Follows
King Crimson - Requiem
Marillion - Go!

Vince and Daisy
Progopolis hosts
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 03, 2010, 09:15:49 am
Check out the archive of Saturday night's Progopolis, now available for download or streaming audio at http://www.thedividingline.com/p. We had an exciting night of musical premieres, and played selections from the following new and forthcoming releases.

* Big Big Train "Far Skies, Big Time"
* California Guitar Trio "Andromeda"
* Goldbug "The Seven Dreams"
* Donny Who Loved Bowling "Screeching and Exploding"

Rumour Cubes - The University Is A Factory
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Bunk Floyd
American Hollow - 21st Century Schizoid Man (Live)
Big Big Train - Master of Time
Big Big Train - Fat Billy Shouts Mine
The Knife - Heartbeats (Live)
The Frames - The Cost
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Ain't Gotta Come On So Boss
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Corsets to Covet
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Invocation
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Deena's Mitten
Porcupine Tree - Open Car
Portishead - Hunter
Portishead - Small
California Guitar Trio - Cathedral Peak
California Guitar Trio - Andromeda
California Guitar Trio - Improv 9
California Guitar Trio - Improv 7
California Guitar Trio - Improv 8 (Layered Circulation)
Danny Wilson - Spencer Tracey
King L - Greedy
King L - That's How it Works
Elbow - Switching Off
Marillion - Misplaced Childhood 25th Anniversary Redux (Part Deux)
Goldbug - Shadow Memory
Goldbug - The Departure
Goldbug - Unraveling
Goldbug - Scratching the Third Eye
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Motherfucker = Redeemer (Part Two)

Love,
Vince & Daisy
Progopolis hosts
http://www.thedividingline.com/p


 
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 19, 2010, 06:51:53 pm
There are probably 100 Pink Floyd songs that that most of you have never heard before. Click the link below to hear some of them.

http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Let There Be More Light
The Gold it's In The...
Not Now, John
Biding My Time
Marooned
A Pillow of Winds
Obscured By Clouds
Cymbaline
Lucifer Sam
Green is the Colour
The Narrow Way (Part 1-3)
Fat Old Sun (Live, 1971)
Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict
Mudmen
A New Machine (Part 1)
Terminal Frost
Us and Them (special guest performance by Donny Who Loved Bowling)
Candy and a Currant Bun (AKA Let's Roll Another One)
San Tropez
See Saw
Southampton Dock
The Final Cut
Signs of Life
Yet Another Movie (Round and Around)
Paintbox
What Do You Want From Me
One of These Days (guest performance by Rene Young and Shawn Bishop)
Julia Dream
Absolutely Curtains
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 31, 2010, 08:37:52 am
Epic, five hour Halloween special featuring the premiere of new Steven Wilson remixes of King Crimson's "In the Wake of Poseidon" and "Islands." Listen here http://www.thedividingline.com/p

King Crimson - The Devil's Triangle (Rehearsal Version from Wessex Studios)
Genesis - Home By The Sea
Genesis - Second Home By The Sea
Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells, Part One
Steve Hackett - Vampire With A Healthy Appetite
Frank Zappa and The Mothers - Zomby Woof
The Zombeatles - A Hard Day's Night of the Living Dead
Blackfield - Blackfield
Blackfield - This Killer
Porcupine Tree - Octane Twisted
Porcupine Tree - The Seance
Porcupine Tree - Circle Of Manias
Steven Wilson and John Wesley - I Drive the Hearse (Live)
Wax Audio - Thunder Busters
Orson Welles and Co. - War of the Worlds
Miriodor - Envoutement (Bewitchment)
Johnny Cash - (Ghost) Riders In The Sky
Vincent Price - Goddess
Electric Light Orchestra - Evil Woman
The Church - Witch Hunt
Magyar Posse - Witchcraft
Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Bitches Crystal
Genesis - The Lady Lies
Marillion - Separated Out
Marillion - Freaks
Marillion - Grendel
King Crimson - A Peacemaking Stint Unrolls (Previously Unreleased)
King Crimson - Cadence and Cascade (Greg Lake guide vocal)
King Crimson - Drop In (Islands lineup rehearsal)
King Crimson - In The Wake Of Poseidon
King Crimson - Sailor's Tale (Live at the Zoom Club)
King Crimson - The Letters (Live at Plymouth)
King Crimson - Islands (Fragment)
King Crimson - Groon (2010 mix)
King Crimson - Ladies of the Road (Take 5)
King Crimson - Cadence and Cascade (Instrumental Version)
King Crimson - Formentera Lady (Rough Mix)
Blue Oyster Cult - (Don't Fear) The Reaper
Orson Welles and Co. - War of the Worlds
Aragon - Ghosts
Giles, Giles & Fripp - Murder
Danny Elfman - This Is Halloween
Orson Welles and Co. - War of the Worlds
The Alan Parsons Project - The Cask of Amontillado
Kate Bush - Hammer Horror
The Zombeatles - Hey Food
28 Days Later Soundtrack - In The House/In A Heartbeat
Mum - The Ghosts You Draw on My Back
Bobby 'Boris' Pickett - The Monster Mash
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 21, 2010, 10:17:17 am
November 20, 2010



On the heels of an official order by representatives of Declan Music and Robert Fripp to immediately halt the promotion of all King Crimson music, we've decided to take the show in a new direction. This week's podcast heralds the launch of the new and improved "Progopolis 2.0" and the start of a new show feature that's very near and dear to our hearts (and hopefully the hearts of all like-minded Pink Floyd enthusiasts): The Gravy Train. For those interested in learning about the chain of events that led to the demise of The Crimson Connection, we've taken this opportunity to address the issue on-air and hopefully clear up any confusion.

Download the podcast at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Note: This episode was truncated due to an unfortunate (or was it purposeful? hmmm) connectivity issue that kept rearing its ugly head. Queue the X-files theme.

Prog Out w/your Hog Out,
Vince & Daisy



Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 05, 2010, 10:04:45 am
Did you know that Pink Floyd recorded a Christmas song? You do now. What's even better, you can hear it for yourself on the latest special broadcast "Christmas on Planet Progopolis!" It's that time of year again where we drag out the old treasure trove of non-traditional Holiday tunes, and mix it up with some fun new discoveries to deliver a sonic assault guaranteed to coax out the kid inside. If you're not in the spirit yet, you will be after this. Some of the show highlights include...

* Pink Floyd's "Merry Christmas Tune"
* "Jingle Bell Prog" featuring Steven Wilson, Fish, Adrian Belew, and Shawn Bishop
* Proggy seasonal classics from ELP, Genesis, Marillion, The Who, Jethro Tull, Queen, and Riversea
* A special rare performance by C3PO and R2D2
* Vince's scabies scare and embarrasing doctor's office visit

Download the podcast at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 23, 2011, 12:29:38 pm
Listen along as we reveal our choices for the top 30 albums of 2010 and play several selections from each. This episode is part 1 of a planned 3-broadcast special. You can download the podcast in mp3 format or listen in streaming audio at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

 

#30 Nordagust – In the Mist of Morning

#29 Porcupine Tree – Atlanta (Live)

#28 Julie Slick – Julie Slick

#27 Rene Young – Which One's Pink? Vol. 1

#26 Inna Zhelannaya – Cocoon

#25 Nine Stones Close – Traces

#24 Lunatic Soul – Lunatic Soul II

#23 WD-41+2 – Temi Per Cinema

#22 Trey Gunn – I'll Tell What I Saw

#21 The Fierce and The Dead - EP

 

Tune in next on Saturday February 5 as we resume the countdown and work our way through numbers 20 to 11.
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on February 06, 2011, 08:43:10 am
In part 2 of a planned 3-show special, we resume the countdown of our selections of the top 30 albums of 2010. Also: Vince lets his nomination for Prog Personality of the Year go to his head, but Daisy bursts the bubble before any real damage can occur. Download the podcast in mp3 format or listen in streaming audio at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

#20 Stick Men – Soup
#19 Frost* – The Philadelphia Experiment
#18 Dimitris Kyriakidis – Air Hunt (single)
#17 Goldbug – The Seven Dreams
#16 Joe Griffin – Countdown to Apostasy (EP)
#15 Glass Hammer – If
#14 We Sell Seashells – The Cosmic Trilogy (EP)
#13 Pat Metheny – Orchestrion
#12 Sand Snowman – Nostalgia Ever After
#11 Christopher Petkus – Orchid Machine

The Progopolis choices for top 10 best albums of 2010 will be revealed on the next broadcast, scheduled for February 19. Do tune in!

Blood & guts & prog,
Vince + Daisy
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on February 20, 2011, 10:49:58 am
February 19, 2011

At long last and in true Academy Award/Emmy/Grammy fashion – with the notable exception that we don’t pick our favorites based on how much money they make – we finally name our picks for the top 10 best albums of 2010, and play several selections from each. Congratulations to all of the artists who were chosen, and an even bigger “thank you” for sharing your music with us. If you dig the music you hear on this show, support the artists by buying the music and spreading the word. The entire three hours of this podcast will be available for download in mp3 format or streaming audio at http://www.thedividingline.com/p for a short time. Come listen and discover a few artists you’ve probably never heard.

#10 California Guitar Trio – Andromeda
#9 Mr. Mister – Pull
#8 Rational Diet – On Phenomena and Existences
#7 Simeon Harris – eScape
#6 The Knife (with Mt. Sims and Planningtorock) – Tomorrow, In a Year
#5 Matt Stevens – Ghost
#4 Royksopp – Senior
#3 Donny Who Loved Bowling – Screeching and Exploding
#2 Big Big Train – Far Skies, Deep Time
#1 American Hollow – Whisper Campaign

Bonus song: Shawn Bishop – Blood Bank

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 13, 2011, 09:18:40 am
March 12, 2011

* 35th anniversary celebration of Camel's "Moonmadness"
* New music from Radiohead and Elbow
* Post rock from The End of The Ocean

Download the podcast in mp3 format or listen in streaming audio at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Pink Floyd - A Saucerful of Secrets (Live) (9:39)
Radiohead - Lotus Flower (5:00)
The End of the Ocean - Atlantic: A Dividing Line (4:11)
Genesis - One For The Vine (9:59)
Liquid Tension Experiment - Paradigm Shift (8:55)
Fever Ray - Seven (5:10)
Marillion - Runaway (4:40)

35th Anniversary Spin:
Camel "Moonmadness" (1976)

Pete Bardens - In Dreams (5:32)
Pete Bardens - Home Thoughts (2:18)
Gentle Giant - Free Hand (6:15)
Elbow - Lippy Kids (6:06)
Elbow - With Love (4:12)
Pink Floyd - Us And Them (7:37)
Porcupine Tree - Deadwing (9:46)
Queensryche - Heaven On Their Minds (4:54)
Peter Hammill - Child (4:25)
Richard Wright - Summer Elegy (4:55)
Eric Johnson - Friends (5:34)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 27, 2011, 09:00:43 am
In 1971, a British prog rock band by the name of Spring recorded their one and only album. Forty years later, that self-titled masterpiece is still celebrated as a classic representation of early 70s prog rock. This is owed in great part to the band's heavy use of mellotron, which serves to make their eponymous album a rare snapshot of a time in musical history that's never been repeated. On this episode of Progopolis we ring in the arrival of spring (the season) with a 40th anniversary airing of Spring's eponymous album. Also in this episode...

* New music from Blackfield's "Welcome To My DNA" www.blackfield.org
* New IZZ cover of Peter Gabriel's "Red Rain" www.izznet.com
* Uzbek prog rock band FromUZ www.fromuzband.com
* New music from former Big Big Train vocalist Sean Filkins www.seanfilkinsmusic.co.uk

Download the podcast or listen in streaming audio here: http://www.thedividingline.com/p

FromUZ - Influence of Time (11:49)
IZZ - Red Rain (5:47)
Blackfield - Glass House (2:57)
Porcupine Tree - Strip The Soul (7:21)
Steve Hackett - Blood On The Rooftops (Live) (6:31)
Steve Hackett - Fly On A Windshield (Live) (2:06)
Steve Hackett - Broadway Melody Of 1974 (Live) (1:47)
Squarepusher - Squarepusher Theme (6:21)
Edd Kalehoff - Mini Moog Schaefer Beer Commercial (0:57)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Lucky Man (4:36)

40th Anniversary Spin: Spring "Spring" (1971)
Spring - The Prisoner (Eight By Ten) (5:37)
Spring - Grail (6:46)
Spring - Boats (1:53)
Spring - Shipwrecked Soldier (5:11)
Spring - Golden Fleece (7:01)
Spring - Inside Out (4:52)
Spring - Song To Absent Friends (The Island) (2:49)
Spring - Gazing (5:57)
Spring - Fool's Gold (Bonus Track) (6:29)
Spring - Hendre Mews (Bonus Track) (7:11)
Spring - A Word Full Of Whispers (Bonus Track) (3:57)

Florence + The Machine - Rabbit Heart (Live from Abbey Road) (4:26)
Sean Filkins - The English Eccentric (8:47)
Yes - Survival (6:22) REQUEST
Rush - Freewill (5:24)
Airbag - Safe Like You (7:56)
Marillion - Three Boats Down From The Candy (4:00)
Fever Ray - Mercy Street (5:43)
David Gilmour - Echoes (Live from Abbey Road) (6:51)
Elbow - Fugitive Motel (5:52)
Kevin Gilbert - Staring Into Nothing (5:51)
Genesis - Behind The Lines (Live) (5:26)
Genesis - Duchess (Live) (6:38)
Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother (Live) (25:05)

Booya,
V/D
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 24, 2011, 08:48:12 am
The music of Moonbound has been described as "hooky 80s influenced pop-rock with progressive influences" -- but the word hooky doesn't do it justice. This stuff is positively infectious. On this week's episode of the progressive rock podcast Progopolis, we celebrate the new release from Moonbound, a project helmed by Fabio Trentini and featuring the notable contributions of Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson, Mr. Mister), Markus Reuter (Centrozoon, Stick Men), Michi Dei Rossi (Le Orme), and Dave Gregory (XTC). Buy your copy today at http://www.burningshed.com/store/unsungrecords. We also feature another exclusive new song from Judy Dyble's forthcoming album "Newborn Creatures."

To listen to this podcast, go to http://www.thedividingline.com/p
To buy the Moonbound album "Peak of Eternal Light" go to http://www.burningshed.com/store/unsungrecords/
To "like" Moonbound on Facebook, visit http://tinyurl.com/moonbound and tell 'em Vince and Daisy sent you!

Moonbound - Flash Through Your Brain (3:33)
Moonbound - Here in Wonderland (3:45)
Moonbound - Peak of Eternal Light (3:25)
Moonbound - Heatwave (4:24)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt1 (2:55)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt2 (4:11)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt3 (3:12)
Stick Men - Firebird Suite pt4 (3:03)
Judy Dyble - Crystal Voices (4:32)
The Dukes of Stratosphear - Little Lighthouse (4:30)
Centrozoon - Pop Killer (3:44)
Mr. Mister - Run to Her (3:37)
Tuner - Mouth Piece (4:19)

"The Gravy Train"
Pink Floyd - Echoes (Live) (26:29)
Syd Barrett - Dark Globe (2:01)
Pink Floyd - Corporal Clegg (4:12)
Pink Floyd - Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun (Live) (9:26)
Rene Young & Shawn Bishop - One of These Days (5:36)
David Gilmour - Until we Sleep (5:16)
Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine (4:11)
Pink Floyd - Learning to Fly (4:53)
Pink Floyd - Take it Back (6:12)
Pink Floyd - Welcome to the Machine (7:30)
Pink Floyd - Bike (3:24)

Marillion - Easter (Live) (6:03)
Marillion - Warm Wet Circles (Live) (5:40)
Marillion - That Time of the Night (Live) (4:36)
h - Nothing to Declare (6:32)

Happy Easter,
Vince & Daisy
Progopolis hosts
http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 08, 2011, 05:17:00 pm
Download this podcast from http://www.thedividingline.com/p

* Brand new music from Tony Levin's Stick Men
* Premiere of an exclusive track from textural guitarist Simeon Harris's forthcoming album
* New music from The Fierce and The Dead, Mars Hollow, and Le Orme
* Norwegian experimental jazz outfit Jaga Jazzist
* Special guest caller Shawn "The Bishie" Bishop of Behind the Lines fame

Stick Men - Time's Insane Ashes (3:50)
Jaga Jazzist - Bananfluer Overalt (6:16)
Genesis - Mama (6:51)
Stick Men - Pomegranate (5:44)
Moonbound - Hold Me (3:33)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Mother (3:18)
Van der Graaf Generator - Bunsho (5:02)
Adrian Belew - Ampersand (4:23)
Simeon Harris - Along the Glacier's Edge (6:38)
The Fierce & The Dead - Flint (5:29)
The Fierce & The Dead - Daddies Little Helper (4:20)
The Rolling Stones - Mother's Little Helper (2:47)
The Knife - We Share Our Mothers' Health (4:11)
Mars Hollow - Wait For Me (9:29)
Jaga Jazzist - Toccata (9:10)
Pink Floyd - Mother (Movie Version) (7:16)
Pink Floyd - Matilda Mother (2010 Mix) (3:57)
Porcupine Tree - Mother and Child Divided (Live) (5:23)
Blackfield - Blackfield (5:01)
Yak - Entangled in Dreams (10:05)
American Hollow - Gravity (6:14)
Le Orme - L'alba di Eurasia (2:03)
Le Orme - IL romanzo di Alessandro (2:55)
Moonbound - Our Day Will Come (4:22)
Stephen Lynch - Mother's Day (1:07)
Queen - Tie Your Mother Down (3:45)
Tracy Bonham - Mother Mother (3:01)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama (3:32)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - Oh No (1:45)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - The Orange County Lumber Truck (3:21)
U.K. - Rendezvous 6-02 (5:00)
Fish - Credo (6:39)
Paul Simon - Mother and Child Reunion (2:49)
Tears for Fears - Mother's Talk (US Remix) (4:13)
The Doors - When the Music's Over (10:57)
Richard Harris - MacArthur Park (7:25)
Particle - The Elevator (7:30)
The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter (4:32)
David Sylvian - Mother and Child (3:15)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on May 22, 2011, 10:55:09 am
Join us on the latest episode of the progressive rock podcast Progopolis as we celebrate the non-apocalypse with a themed selection of fitting "End of the World" tracks. You may have to look deep to find the significance in some, but it's certainly there. Doomsday has been postponed! Rejoice in The Progalypse!

To listen to the show, visit http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Genesis - Los Endos (Live) (6:30)
Blondie - Rapture (5:49)
Johnny Cash - The Man Comes Around (4:26)
Eloy - The Apocalypse (14:58)
Blackfield - End of the World (5:13)
Moonbound - The Right Day for Goodbyes (3:23)
Talking Heads - Heaven (Live) (3:58)
Porcupine Tree - Disappear (3:42)
Genesis - Supper's Ready (23:05)
Planet P Project - Armageddon (4:22)
IZZ - Late Night Salvation (12:16)
Oingo Boingo - Winning Side (3:57)
The Dukes of Stratosphear - Vanishing Girl (3:00)
Riverside - Egoist Hedonist (8:56)
Arockalypse and the Amazing Trans-Metropolitans - Necropolis (4:06)
Yes - And You and I (10:11)
Pink Floyd - The Great Gig in the Sky (4:38)
Danny Wilson - Mary's Prayer (3:54)
Danny Wilson - I Won't Be Here When You Get Home (4:04)
The Twilight Singers - The Beginning of the End (3:09)
The Doors - The End (11:42)
David Bowie - Five Years (4:43)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - In Heaven (2:17)

Vince & Daisy
Progopolis hosts
http://tinyurl.com/likeprogopolis

Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 05, 2011, 07:40:34 am
On the latest episode of Progopolis, we discuss news of the forthcoming studio album by Yes featuring new vocalist Benoit David, and pose the question: is it really Yes if Jon Anderson isn't involved? And considering the overwhelming positive feedback we received from the live listeners about Norwegian band Wobbler, who sound an awful lot like Yes in the early 70s, what's the difference between going ga-ga for a soundalike band and being enthusiastic about Yes enlisting a guy that was still in diapers when the first album came out? So many questions, so few answers. Listen in and let us know what you think.

Download the podcast or stream the audio at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Wobbler - La Bealtaine (7:51)
The Twilight Singers - On the Corner (4:25)
Yes - Into the Lens (8:33)
Moonbound - Heatwave (4:24)
Crimson Jazz Trio - One Time (9:15)
Genesis - Dancing with the Moonlight Knight (8:03)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Give Me Back My Wig (3:46)
George Harrison - All Things Must Pass (3:05)
Marillion - This Strange Engine (15:40)
Rational Diet - From the Grey Notebook - Intro (0:23)
Rational Diet - From the Grey Notebook - Part 1 (5:06)
iQ - The Wake (4:13)
iQ - The Magic Roundabout (8:18)
Dead Sea Apes - Soy Dios II (10:10)
Yes - Roundabout (8:35)
Heights of Abraham - E.V.A. (10:29)
Shawn Bishop - Blood Bank (Bon Iver) (5:47)
American Hollow - Illumineye (7:11)
Crime in Choir - The Hollow Crown (4:06)
The Knife - A Lung (3:26)
The Knife - Pass this On (3:47)
Iggy Pop - Sister Midnight (4:19)
Judy Dyble - Fragile (2:45)
Tears For Fears - The Working Hour (6:31)

Vince and Daisy
Progopolis hosts
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on June 19, 2011, 04:15:33 pm
Check out the latest episode of Progopolis, as we serve up classic prog standards, strange experimental digressions, and modern prog powerhouse tunes. Tune in to hear brand new music from Riverside, Pendragon, French experimental band Fractale, and even more music from the band that's taken every prog lover by surprise, Wobbler. We also pay respects to Clarence "The Big Man" Clemons of E Street Band fame, who passed away this day at age 69.

Download the podcast or listen in streaming audio here: http://www.thedividingline.com/p

The Playlist:
American Hollow - Blow Wind! Bring Forth Storm (7:32)
Wobbler - The River (10:03)
Bruce Springsteen - 10th Ave Freeze-Out (3:11) *R.I.P. Clarence Clemons*
Jean Michel Jarre - Ethnicolor (11:47)
Adrian Belew - Adidas In Heat (2:47)
Saga - Only Time Will Tell (4:23)
Riverside - Goodbye Sweet Innocence (10:39)
Pendragon - Passion (5:27)
Pendragon - Skara Brae (7:31)
Spain - Her Used-To-Been (4:15)
Liquid Tension Experiment - Paradigm Shift (8:55)
Fish - Plague Of Ghosts (24:38) REQUEST
Van Der Graaf Generator - Theme One [Original Mix] (3:15)
Porcupine Tree - .3 (5:25) REQUEST
Moonbound - Tired of Being Good (4:04)
Moonbound - Heatwave (4:24)
Mr. Mister - Dust (6:35)
Autechre - Altibzz (2:52)
The Knife - Bird (4:34)
Fractale - Partie V (5:09)
OSI - The Thing That Never Was (17:20) REQUEST
Charlie Parr - Midnight Has Come and Gone (7:57)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on July 10, 2011, 08:02:16 am
“5 Years Gone: The Syd Barrett Special”
July 7 marked the fifth anniversary of Syd Barrett’s death at age 60. In celebration of the music that he created, as well as the music and the artists that he inspired, we bring you a very special tribute to progressive rock music’s legendary “crazy diamond.”

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David Gilmour - Shine On You Crazy Diamond [Live] (12:06)
The Pink Floyd Sound - Lucy Leave [Circa 1965] (2:53)
Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive [Take 6] (5:03)
VH1 Special - Syd and Pink Floyd (6:07)
Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine [Stereo] (4:11)
Syd Barrett - Wouldn't You Miss Me [Dark Globe] (2:59)
Pink Floyd - Matilda Mother [Alternate Version] (3:08)
Syd Barrett - Golden Hair (1:59)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Late Night (4:00)
Pink Floyd - See Emily Play (2:54)
XTC - Omnibus (3:20)
Syd Barrett - Effervescing Elephant (1:53)
Syd Barrett - Bob Dylan Blues (3:10)
Pink Floyd - Flaming [Stereo] (2:45)
Roger Waters - Wish You Were Here [Live] (4:54)
Roger Waters - Shine On You Crazy Diamond [Parts 1-8] (14:42)
The Tea Set [AKA The Pink Floyd] - I'm a King Bee [Circa 1964] (3:06)
Syd Barrett - If It's in You (2:26)
Pink Floyd - Pow R. Toc H. [Stereo] (4:25)
Syd Barrett - Terrapin (5:07)
The Pink Floyd - Reaction in G (0:32)
The Pink Floyd - Stoned Alone [Rare live performance from 1967] (5:19)
Hans Keller - Pink Floyd Interview Intro (0:59)
Pink Floyd - Arnold Layne (2:55)
Pink Floyd - Bike [Stereo] (3:24)
The Dukes of Stratosphear - Bike Ride to the Moon (2:23)
Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Full Version) (25:29)
Kevin Ayers - Oh! Wot a Dream (2:51)
Kevin Ayers featuring Syd Barrett - Religious Experience (4:46)
David Bowie - See Emily Play (4:12)
Syd Barrett - Dark Globe (2:01)
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (5:20)
Richard Wright - Pink's Song (3:29)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 07, 2011, 06:10:02 pm
The latest episode of Progopolis is now available to download. Join us as we take a trip 20 years back in time to relive some of the best music of 1991. You can download the mp3 or stream the entire show by visiting http://www.thedividingline.com/p

The Playlist:
Queen - Innuendo (6:31)
Porcupine Tree - Radioactive Toy (10:00)
Tony Banks - Angel Face (with Fish) (5:18)
Tony Banks - Another Murder Of A Day (with Fish) (9:03)
Genesis - Fading Lights (10:27)
The Orb - Little Fluffy Clouds (4:26)
Marillion - Splintering Heart (6:53)
Marillion - This Town (3:18)
Marillion - The Rakes Progress (1:54)
Marillion - 100 Nights (6:41)
Camel - Dust Bowl (1:54)
Camel - Go West (3:42)
Camel - Dusted Out (1:35)
Camel - Mother Road (4:15)
Camel - Needles (2:34)
Camel - Rose Of Sharon (4:48)
Fish - Shadowplay (6:25)
Fish - Carnival Man (6:21)
Yes - Lift Me Up (6:30)
Yes - I Would Have Waited Forever (6:32)
Yes - Miracle of Life (7:30)
iQ - Medley (Gateway/Outer/Stops/Enemy) [Live] (14:27)
Porcupine Tree - Third Eye Surfer (2:47)
Porcupine Tree - On the Sunday of Life... (2:11)
Porcupine Tree - The Nostalgia Factory (7:26)
Porcupine Tree - Space Transmission (2:59)
Massive Attack - Blue Lines (4:21)
Massive Attack - Be Thankful For What You've Got (4:09)
Genesis - Hold On My Heart (4:38)

Love/Prog/Fuzzy,
Vince and Daisy
Progopolis hosts
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on August 21, 2011, 11:28:01 am
In the latest episode of Progopolis...

* The premiere of John Wetton's brand new album "Raised in Captivity"
* The Camelesque tunes of Israeli prog band Sanhedrin
* Former stick-man Michael Bernier's impressive new album "Leviathan"
* Happy birthday Robert Plant
* Sherman "The Jeffersons" Hemsley is a Prog Fan!
* Iranian avant-garde art rock from Salim Ghazi Saeedi

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Sanhedrin - Overture (3:07)
Sanhedrin - Il Tredici (11:46)
Moonbound - Here in Wonderland (3:45)
Pink Floyd - Sheep (10:18)
Airbag - Speed Of Light (6:53)
801 - Baby's on Fire [Live] (5:03)
John Wetton - Lost for Words (4:59)
John Wetton - Raised in Captivity (6:09)
John Wetton - Mighty Rivers (5:20)
Adrian Belew Power Trio - b (6:12)
Adrian Belew - Fly (4:45)
Stick Men - Crack in the Sky (6:06)
Marillion - Waterhole (Expresso Bongo) (2:13)
Marillion - Lords of the Backstage (1:52)
Marillion - Blind Curve (9:29)
Marillion - Childhood's End (4:33)
Marillion - White Feather (2:25)
Frank Zappa and the Mothers Of Invention - Didja Get Any Onya? (6:51)
David Sylvian - When Poets Dreamed of Angels (4:47)
Michael Bernier - Leviathan (4:13)
Michael Bernier - The Old Ways (4:48)
Danny Wilson - Spencer Tracey (1:34)
Transister - Stars Collide (4:20)
Robert Plant - Big Log (5:03)
Led Zeppelin - Immigrant Song (2:25)
Gong - The Pot Head Pixies (3:02)
Salim Ghazi Saeedi - The Songful Song of Songbirds (3:35)
Salim Ghazi Saeedi - Dance in Solitude (2:59)
Pat Metheny - And I Love Her (4:21)

Love and Warmth,
Vince & Daisy
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 04, 2011, 08:54:17 am
"What is Post Rock?"

According to Wikipedia, the definition of post rock is "A subgenre of progressive rock characterized by the influence and use of instruments commonly associated with rock music, but using rhythms and guitar textures not traditionally found in rock. Post rock musicians typically produce instrumental music." This is a pretty broad definition that's led many to continue to ask the question: WTF is post rock, anyway? In this episode, we endeavor to answer that question. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

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Mogwai - Hunted by a Freak (4:15)
The End of the Ocean - Atlantic: Southern Skies (5:14)
Joe Griffin - Year of the Car Crash (5:56) *Special birthday dedication to Joe Griffin of Donny Who Loved Bowling*
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - East Hastings (17:58)
Explosions in the Sky - Six Days at the Bottom of the Ocean (8:43)
Talk Talk - The Rainbow, Eden, Desire (23:11)
Oceansize - Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs (8:30)
Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra and Tra-La-La Band - C'mon Come On (Loose an Endless Longing) (8:06)
Labradford - Accelerating on a Smoother Road (4:13)
Do Make Say Think - Horns of a Rabbit (4:01)
Amber Asylum - Journey to the Sleepy Water (5:51)
Christopher Petkus - Blessed Ocean (7:27)
Christopher Petkus - Part II: Onset (8:00)
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Moya (10:51)
The Fierce and The Dead - Andy Fox (6:09)
Flying Saucer Attack - For Silence (7:39)
Sigur Ros - Vaka (6:38)
Mum - Weeping Rock, Rock (6:18)
Magyar Posse - 7 (6:34)

Much Love,
V&D
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on October 02, 2011, 07:43:48 am
"Night of the Living New"

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

Download or stream the podcast here:
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

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

In Review: Two of a Perfect Trio

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

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

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

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

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

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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 11, 2011, 07:30:24 am
The 50 Most Underappreciated Guitarists of All Time, Part 2

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

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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 18, 2011, 07:00:56 pm
The 50 Most Underappreciated Guitarists of All Time, Part 3

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

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

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

Seeya in 2012,
Vince & Daisy
Progopolis hosts
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 29, 2012, 10:31:33 am
January 28, 2012

The Top 20 Albums of 2011

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

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

#19: Tom Waits - Bad As Me

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

#17: Steve Hackett - Beyond the Shrouded Horizon

#16: Hostsonaten - Summereve

#15: Matt Stevens - Relic

#14: Hess & Franzen - Closed Locked Sealed

#13: Le Orme - La Via Della Seta

#12: Stick Men - Absalom

#11: Twilight Singers - Dynamite Steps

#10: Sanhedrin - Ever After

#9: Zombi - Escape Velocity

#8: Wobbler - Rites at Dawn

#7: Steven Wilson - Grace for Drowning

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

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

#4: Michael Bernier - Leviathan

#3: GRICE - Propeller

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

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

Also in this episode...

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

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http://www.thedividingline.com/p

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

Get the show at www.thedividingline.com/p

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

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

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

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

Godspeed, Neil Armstrong

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

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

Autumn Fun!

Join us as we revel in the end of another brutal summer in Witness Relocation Central with a slew of autumn-themed songs from artists old and new. In this episode, we premiere two juicy new tracks from Marillion's recently released "Sounds That Can't Be Made" and celebrate the birthdays of drummer Ian Wallace (King Crimson, Crimson Jazz Trio) and the unforgettable Madeline Kahn. We also receive an on-air call from Shawn "The Bishie" Bishop and discuss his considerable contribution to the new solo album from IZZ frontman John Galgano, "Real Life is Meeting." Bonus: Rush fans will delight in our new Progopolis show intro, one of three recorded by reknowned multi-instrumentalist Michael Bernier.
 
To stream this episode or download it, visit www.thedividingline.com/p
 
Blackfield - Blackfield (5:01)
Michael Bernier - Progopolis Intro (Rushesque) (1:40)
Rush - YYZ (4:26)
Marillion - Sounds That Can't Be Made (7:16)
American Hollow - Say, Is It Really True? (7:37)
Peter Hammill - Summer Song (in the Autumn) (2:13)
Boards Of Canada - Dayvan Cowboy (5:00)
Judy Dyble - Nimbus Thitherwood (7:40)
IZZ - Words and Miracles (7:18)
John Galgano - The Only Thing (3:07)
John Galgano - Real Life Is Meeting (Part 2) (4:28)
John Galgano - This Is How It Happens (3:28)
John Galgano - 1000 (19:11)
Genesis - Anyway (3:17)
Genesis - Here Come the Supernatural Anethsetist (2:49)
Marillion - Pour My Love (6:02)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Hoedown (3:47)
Madeline Kahn - I'm Tired (from Blazing Saddles) (5:19)
Christopher Petkus - Big Ugly (2:11)
Christopher Petkus - Hey Guys Hey Gals (3:24)
Joe Griffin - If You Ever... (5:09)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - I Did Acid With Caroline (5:07)
Perry Ostrin - Outerstellar Underdrive (6:45)
David Sylvian - Orpheus (4:51)
Robert Plant - Big Log (5:03)
The Church - Under The Milky Way (4:58)
The Crimson Jazz Trio - I Talk to the Wind (9:56)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on November 25, 2012, 10:00:45 am
Tune in for a solid three hours of music featuring noted KC alum Tony Levin, Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, Keith Tippett, David Cross, Ian Wallace, Greg Lake, and Pat Mastelotto. There's also an exciting announcement about Moonbound's Fabio Trentini and legendary Italian proggers Le Orme, and brand new music from the experimental duo Donny Who Loved Bowling. Note: This podcast is an official no-Fripp zone. Features special guest appearances by Jeff Goldblum, Jerry Seinfeld, Christopher Walken, and Alan Rickman.
 
Stream the archive or download the podcast at http://www.thedividingline.com/p
 
Michael Bernier - Leviathan (4:13)
Michael Bernier - Progopolis Crimsonesque Intro (1:34)
Liquid Tension Experiment - Another Dimension (9:50)
Tuner - 11-11 (10:46)
Tuner - White Cake Sky (3:11)
Adrian Belew - Fish Head (4:31)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Trilogy (8:54)
Stick Men - Open Pt.1 - Plunge (2:17)
Stick Men - Open Pt. 2 - Plow (4:40)
Stick Men - Open Pt. 3 - Truncheon (4:11)
 
Exclusive Sneak Peek: Donny Who Loved Bowling "Headstone"
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Fallen Angels (4:36)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Respirator Jam (9:34)
 
The Keith Tippett Group - Green And Orange Night Park (8:11)
Lee Fletcher - Faith in Worthless Things (4:04)
Moonbound - Flash Through Your Brain (3:33)
Moonbound - Hold Me (3:33)
Le Orme - Serinde (4:24)
Le Orme - Incontro dei popoli (4:55)
Bruford - The Sliding Floor (5:03)
Michael Bernier - Progopolis Celebrity Endorsements (1:19)
Michael Bernier - Burbur (3:54)
David Cross - Troppo (featuring Peter Hammill) (8:44)
The Crimson Jazz Trio - I Talk to the Wind (9:56)
Judy Dyble - Harpsong (19:18)
The End of The Ocean - All That Is Will Cease (6:14)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on December 23, 2012, 09:16:03 am
Progopalypse... Not!

We're still here! (As if you thought we wouldn't be?) Vince and Daisy celebrate having survived the "progopalypse" and finish off the year by sharing their top 10 favorite songs of all time - his, hers, and theirs. Listen to the show now by visiting www.thedividingline.com/p

Vince's Top 10
Tears For Fears - The Working Hour (6:31)
Toy Matinee - The Ballad of Jenny Ledge (5:50)
Genesis - Snowbound (4:31)
Marillion - Kayleigh (4:03)
Camel - Song Within A Song (7:14)
Danny Wilson - Mary's Prayer (3:54)
Richard Wright - Summer Elegy (4:55)
Adrian Belew - Matte Kudasai (2:18)
America - Daisy Jane (3:10)
Chuck Mangione - Feels So Good (9:42)

Daisy's Top 10
The Afghan Whigs - Fountain And Fairfax (4:21)
Heart - Dog and Butterfly (5:23)
Pink Floyd - Fearless (6:08)
Suzanne Vega - World Before Columbus (3:26)
Michael Martin Murphy - Wildfire (4:46)
Supertramp - Goodbye Stranger (5:52)
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World (3:57)
Tom Waits - Tom Traubert's Blues (Four Sheets To The Wind In Copenhagen) (6:28)
The Who - Behind Blue Eyes (3:40)
Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees (4:50)

Vince and Daisy's Shared Top 10
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4:49)
Ghost - Hazy Paradise (4:52)
Airbag - Safe Like You (7:55)
Röyksopp - What Else Is There? (5:16)
Trentemoller - Miss You (4:07)
Neil Young - Razor Love (6:31)
Van Morrison - T.B. Sheets (9:36)
Air - Mike Mills (4:28)
David Sylvian - Orpheus (4:51)
Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah (6:53)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on January 27, 2013, 11:07:51 am
On this episode of Progopolis, we celebrate some of the best music released in 2012 and announce our choice for the album of the year. We also make up for a glaring omission in last year's list, offering up numerous mea culpas to the Edison's Children gods in hopes they won't strike us dead for having arrived late to the party. Last but not least, listen to this podcast for details on how to win a copy of the new Specimen 13 album "Echosystem"! This episode is rated R for explicit language - not by the hosts, but by some of our musical guests. Tsk, tsk, tsk...

Stream the archive of this episode download the podcast at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Mahogany Frog - Houndstooth Part 1 (4:03)
Mahogany Frog - Houndstooth Part 2 (5:28)
Michael Bernier - Progopolis Intro (Zappalicious) (1:49)
John Galgano - Look Around (3:56)
Marillion - Pour My Love (6:01)
Zweiton - Triebwerk (6:43)
Marco Machera - Days of Summertime (4:12)
Swifty's Bazaar - Swifty's Bazaar, Pt. I (2:07)
Swifty's Bazaar - Swifty's Bazaar, Pt. II (1:00)
Swifty's Bazaar - Walking Billboard (2:23)
Swifty's Bazaar - Drobo,Mary & Tosh (0:54)
Swifty's Bazaar - Saturday (Reprise) / Peaceful Kitty Dreaming (2:54)
Centrozoon - Fire 3 (4:44)
American Hollow - Bonfire of Myth: Prophecy (6:10)
American Hollow - Bonfire of Myth: Tableau (11:41)
The Fierce And The Dead - On VHS (4:52)
Big Big Train - Winchester from St Giles' Hill (7:16)
The End of The Ocean - On Floating (5:19)
Edison's Children - Spiraling (4:34)
Lobate Scarp - Beginning of Us (6:24)
IZZ - Words and Miracles (7:18)
Lana Del Rey - Ride (4:48)
Lana Del Rey - Body Electric (3:53)
Specimen 13 - Sheer Force (5:51)
Adrian Benavides - Exterior Of A Heart (5:37)
Salim Ghazi Saeedi - man (4:14)
Innerspace - Land of Hope (3:24)
Christopher Petkus - The End Of Gender (Part 2) (7:43)
Air - Sonic Armada (5:04)
Steve Hogarth & Richard Barbieri - Your Beautiful Face (6:47)
Hess & Franzen - We Are Not The Only Game In Town (3:02)
Stick Men - Open Pt. 3 - Truncheon (4:11)
Anglagard - Sorgmantel (12:06)
Squarepusher - Stadium Ice (4:22)
Lee Fletcher - The Answer (3:07)
Lee Fletcher - Miracles on Trees (4:31)
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Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on March 03, 2013, 08:31:04 am
Progopolis interviews Joe Griffin and Christopher Petkus of the band Donny Who Loved Bowling to discuss the creative process behind their new album “Headstone.” As usual, conversation takes some wild turns and soon anything is fodder for discussion. This episode also features new music from Steven Wilson’s “The Raven that Refused to Sing.” Plus, don’t miss Vince’s huge announcement about his involvement in the writing of a potentially high profile book.

Steven Wilson – The Holy Drinker (10:13)
Pat Metheny and David Bowie – This Is Not America (3:55)

Donny Who Loved Bowling “Headstone” Interview Special
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Fallen Angels (from 2013’s “Headstone”)
Casey Casem – Temper Tantrum Freakout
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Hospital Cafeteria Cheeseburger (from 2013’s “Headstone”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Thrombosis Sonata (from 2013’s “Headstone”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Second Sunday (from 2013’s “Headstone”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Late Night (from 2009’s “Butcher Covers”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Have You Seen Him (from 2013’s “Headstone”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Miss Belgium (from 2010’s “Screeching and Exploding”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – TV Antennas Over Spahn Ranch (from 2013’s “Headstone”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Invocation (from 2010’s “Screeching and Exploding”)
Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band – Why (from 1970’s “Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band”)
Swans – Feel Happiness (from 1998’s “Swans Are Dead”)
Joe Griffin – On Your Own (from 2006’s “Rough Cut Love”)
Christopher Petkus – Brother – She Is One, Part 1 (from 2012’s “Brothers Sisters”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Respirator Jam (from 2013’s “Headstone”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Parking Garage Chase Scene Jam (from 2013’s “Headstone”)
Donny Who Loved Bowling – Third Sunday (from 2013’s “Headstone”)
David Lee Roth – Yankee Rose (from 1986’s “Sonrisa Salvaje”)

Specimen13 – Sheer Force (5:51) FREE CD GIVEAWAY
Two ChileKings – Marinarra Apparition (4:17) *In memory of Dondi Ledesma*
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 28, 2013, 07:27:34 am
Listen in as we celebrate milestone anniversaries for two of progressive rock's most influential albums: Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side of the Moon" (released March of 1973) and Marillion's "Script for a Jester's Tear" (released March of 1983). As a special treat we play "Dark Side" in its entirety... on vinyl! This episode also features an exclusive track from Michael Bernier's forthcoming album "Veil" as well as brand new music from David Bowie, Steven Wilson, Tony Levin's Stick Men, Big Big Train, and more. Get it at www.thedividingline.com/p

Michael Bernier - Veil (from the forthcoming album "Veil") (5:00)
David Bowie - The Stars (Are Out Tonight) (3:56)
David Bowie - Dirty Boys (2:58)
Steven Wilson - Luminol (12:10)
Lee Fletcher (feat. Markus Reuter & Lisa Fletcher) - The Inner Voice (Ingo Vogelmann mix) (8:29)
Sky - Hello (4:15)
Sky - Connecting Rooms (7:16)
David Gilmour - Murder (4:59)

Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon 40th anniversary broadcast (on vinyl)
Side One (19:14)
Side Two (23:04)

Stick Men - Crack In The Sky (5:44)
Big Big Train - Leopards (3:54)
The Crimson ProjeKCt - Frame By Frame (Live) (4:01)
Moonbound - Heatwave (4:24)
Grice - Highly Strung (Richard Barbieri Remix) (5:31)

Marillion - Script for a Jester's Tear 30th anniversary broadcast
Script For A Jester's Tear (8:42)
He Knows You Know (5:23)
The Web (8:52)
Garden Party (7:19)
Chelsea Monday (8:17)
Forgotten Sons (8:23)

Marillion - Easter (5:58)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 28, 2013, 07:28:12 am
This month's Progopolis was another first for us. Due to a recently deceased desktop computer, we have decided to henceforth to broadcast from the laptop. As it turns out, mixing things up is a good thing - and we think it certainly showed in our selection of songs and our far more "free" banter. Check out the episode by visiting www.thedividingline.com/p

Haken - Celestial Elixir (16:56)
The Knife - Full of Fire (9:16)
Spiritualized - I Think I'm in Love (8:09)
Pink Floyd - Welcome to the Machine (7:30)
Nick Drake - Fly (3:00)
Rational Diet - Wet Moss (1:18)
Michael Bernier - Progopolis Celebrity Endorsements (1:19)
Michael Bernier - The Old Ways (4:48)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - Oh No (1:45)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - The Orange County Lumber Truck (3:21)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - Weasels Ripped My Flesh (2:09)
Eric Johnson - Trail Of Tears (6:01)
Eric Johnson - Bristol Shore (6:41)
John Vanderslice - They Won't Let Me Run (3:52)
Porcupine Tree - Arriving Somewhere But Not Here (12:01)
The Knife - Marble House (5:18)
American Hollow - Resurrect Dead on Planet Jupiter (1:46)
American Hollow - Last Dream Before Dawn (5:01)
Fog - Wallpaper Sinkor Swim (11:04)
David Bowie - The Next Day (3:26)
Fractal - Giving Tree (5:00)
John C. Reilly - The Bees (0:52)
Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing (5:48)
Lobate Scarp - The Mirror (7:37)
Fish - Worm In A Bottle (6:23)
Animaniacs - Who's On Stage (2:06)
The Who - Eminence Front (5:38)
The Guess Who - Sour Suite (4:08)
The Guess Who - These Eyes (3:47)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on September 02, 2013, 10:48:26 am
August 31, 2013

Vince and Daisy return after a four-month absence to rock your socks and make some big announcements. For hints, check out www.pandemoniumart.com and www.thefalconandthesnowman.com. To download this podcast, go to www.thedividingline.com/p

Michael Bernier - Progopolis Intro (1:34)
David Bowie - If You Can See Me (3:12)
Genesis - Turn It On Again (featuring Shawn Bishop) (3:46)
Trentemoller - ... Even Though You're With Another Girl (4:52)
Porcupine Tree - Open Car (3:46)
Porcupine Tree - Time Flies (11:40)
Marillion - Pour My Love (6:01)
American Hollow - Blow Wind! Bring Forth Storm (7:32)
David Bowie - Where Are We Now? (4:08)
Peter Gabriel - Big Time (4:28)
Happy The Man - Carousel (4:08)
Judy Dyble - The Sisterhood of Ruralists (11:44)
Michael Bernier - Fretnetic (7:13)
David Sylvian - Orpheus (4:51)
Pet Shop Boys - Love Comes Quickly (4:19)
Mazzy Star - Fade Into You (4:55)
The End of The Ocean - Star-Crossed (6:49)
David Bowie - Starman (4:13)
Moonbound - Heatwave (4:24)
Marillion - The Invisible Man (13:37)
Toy Matinee - Last Plane Out (5:13)
Riverside - The Time I Was Daydreaming (4:52)
Treetop Flyers - Things Will Change (4:03)
Airbag - Safe Like You (7:55)
Pat Metheny Group - Daulton Lee (5:58)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Temporary Secretary (3:01)
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4:49)
Neil Young - For The Turnstiles (3:01)
Title: Re: Prog'opolis
Post by: Vince and Daisy Jane Font on April 25, 2014, 08:06:19 pm
Ten years ago this August, Daisy Jane and I first took to the airwaves with an obscure little internet radio show we called Schizopolis (named after the wacky Steven Soderbergh movie). Since we've been on hiatus, we thought we'd bring back some of the old classics - including this, our very first broadcast. There are many "laugh out loud" moments as we struggle with the technology and try to find our rhythm. All in all, we remember this being one of the coolest nights of our lives. Listen and enjoy at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Much Love,
Vince and Daisy