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Title: Soundscape
Post by: Soundscape on May 17, 2006, 07:48:57 am
After one week of pure hell Soundscape returns to the air.  Inside you will find tracks from my 3 favorite new albums Tony Levin, OSI, and Jack Foster.  Also an hour long Jam session for those enjoying my jamband offerings, and Van Der Graaf Generators "Pawn Hearts" in its entirety.  I had a very good time, and a good crew in chat as well.  We only hit 3 speed bumps and they did not slow our prog-ress at all.  So go ahead, download the archive and enjoy.  Next week we will tackle the AI/Robots theme, and hopefully offer up more of some great old prog.  Next week due to the universal Time shift my show time will be switching with Rush Hour.  So you can check next week out from 6-8 pacific.

SHOW #13 Soundscape Returns - May 16, 2006
XTC- River of Orchids (5:53)
David Byrne- Dialog Box (3:31)

***Connect the Dots****
Govt Mule- Little Toy Brain (5:12)
Pink Floyd- Brain Damage *first speed bump of the night* (3:50)
Marillion- The Damage (4:35)

****Tony Levin's Resonator****
Tony Levin- Break it Down (7:02)
Tony Levin- Throw the God a Bone (5:25)
Tony Levin- Beyond my Reach (5:16)

**** OSI's Free****
OSI- Bigger Wave (4:32)
OSI- Better (4:06)
OSI- Simple Life (4:00)

****Jack Foster III's Raptorgnosis****
Jack Foster III- Tremble (4:45)
Jack Foster III- Sense of Static (2:50)
Jack Foster III- Ebb & Flow (7:03)

****Jam Session****
Merle Saunders and his Funky Friends- Dark Star (8:20)
Jerry Garcia- Odd Little Place *speed bump #2* (1:38)
Jerry Garcia- The Wheel (4:04)
ALO- Shapeshifter (6:24)
Phish- You Enjoy Myself *Live 12/31/95* (25:37)
Phish- Sanity *Live 12/31/95--Look for the Atom Heart Mother reference* (6:08)

****Grab Bag****
Klaatu- Little Nuetrino (8:10)
Tiles- Ballad of the Sacred Cows (6:59)
Happy the Man- Lunch at the Pschedelicatessan (4:59)
Ben Bruce- Self Medicate *speed bump* (4:29)
Ulrich Scnauss- Us Suddenly (6:22)
Into Eternity- Dead or Dreaming (4:17)

Transatlantic- My New World *a sort of request* (16:15)

**** Van Der Graaf Generator's Pawn Hearts****
VDGG- Lemmings (11:39)
VDGG- Man-Erg (10:21)
VDGG- Plague of Lighthouse Keepers(23:05)

****Next Week Soundscape will air at 6:00 pm pacific time and our theme will be Artificial Intelligence/ Robots****




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Title: Soundscape Show 14 Roboscape
Post by: Soundscape on May 24, 2006, 08:17:58 am
What a fun show last night!  The Robots took over the station and of course being the evil humans that we are we kicked them around and made fun of their failure to achieve consciousness.  No turing tests were done, but we did boot SarahJane (our in chat bot) and she begged for mercy while we gave her the old office space fax machine treatment.  We had a lively group of fun chatters and we danced, oh but we danced.  Ever so methodically we listened to the plights of the machine and rejoiced in being the proud owners of a central nervous system.  Bender had no comment but there was an area rug that really tied the room together.  Please come see me next week at the regular time and you will here a boatload of John Wetton.  And for you archive listeners drop me a line and let me know how you are doing.
 
SHOW #14 Roboscape - May 23, 2006
Pink Floyd- Welcome to the Machine *by request*
Rush- Digital Man
Porcupine Tree- Every Home is Wired
Alan Parsons Project- I Robot *by Request*
Carptree- Man Made Machine
2001- Interview with Hal
John Shipe Band- Imitation Man
ELO- Yours Truly 2095
The Buggles- I Love You Miss Robot *by request*
Jethro Tull- Batteries not Included
Phideaux- Have you hugged your Robot today
Simon Townsend- Man Machines
Black Sabbath- Iron Man
John Lee Hooker- I Eat Heavy Metal
Erik Norlander- One of the Machines
Styx- Mr Roboto *by request*
Rush- The Body Electric
ELP- Karn Evil 9 3rd impression
Tony Levin- Throw the God a Bone
Hitchhikers Guide- Deep Thought Speech
Yes- Machine Messiah *by Request*

****Next Week- A Walk with Wetton****




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Title: Soundscape Show 15 A Walk with Wetton
Post by: Soundscape on May 31, 2006, 04:23:18 am
Another fantastically fun Journey is archived and ready for your listening pleasure.  Highlights include excerpts from the new Les Claypool cd, New Grandaddy and Def Leppard and of course our long journey with Brother John Wetton.  Our trip with John takes us through a lot of great John Wetton material, I only regret that I could not get a hold of more.  Nevertheless enjoy the show and be kind to Hemispherical Walter.


SHOW #15 A Walk with Wetton - May 30, 2006
David Bowie- Station to Station
Echolyn- Heavy Blue Miles
Umphreys McGee- In the Kitchen
Riverside- DNA ts. Rednum or F. Raf

****ELO set****
ELO- In Old England Towne
Grandaddy- Elevate Myself
Def Leppard- 10538 Overture
Grandaddy- Shangri-la outro

***Les Claypool- Of Whales & Woe****
Les Claypool- Lust Stings
Les Claypool- Vernon the Company Man
Les Claypool- Rumble of the Diesel

****A Walk with Wetton****
Asia- Wildest Dreams
Asia- The Heat goes On
UK- In the Dead of Night
UK- By the Light of Day
UK- Presto Vivace
Family- Bolero Babe
Family- Glove
Wetton, Manzanera et al- Nothing is Easy
Brian Eno- Baby's on Fire
Uriah Heep- Return to Fantasy
Uriah Heep- Beautiful Dream
Steve Hackett- Firth of Fifth
Wetton, Manzanera- Round in Circles
Wetton, Downes- Walking on Air
Steve Hackett- Shadow of the Heirophant
Peter Banks- Knights
Peter Banks- Battles
Peter Banks- Knights reprise
King Crimson- Red
King Crimson- Exiles
Wetton, Sherwood et al- Hey You
John Wetton- Nothings Gonna Stand in my Way
Wetton, Downes- I Stand Alone
Qango- Sole Survivor

****Next Week- Planes, Trains, and Automobiles****




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Title: Soundscape show 17
Post by: Soundscape on June 14, 2006, 09:14:37 am
Well here we are again looking over yet another awesome collection of music.  The first hour has some nice new stuff for you including Billy Sherwoods most recent floydian outing "Return to the Dark Side of the Moon" as well as Todd Rundgrens new Cars, and Widespread Panic.  Our second hour we are joined by our friend Rushfan who regales us with some of his favorite tracks, and then finally the last 2 hours we take an indepth look at a master prog god throughout time, Steve Hillage.  If that name is not familiar to you, listen to the show and then go out and pick up Gong- You or Steve Hillage- Green.  This is by no means an exhaustive trip through his works but it will give you some inclination of his place in our prog history.  Please pick up the archive and let me know what you think.

SHOW #17 Put Some Hillage in your Village - June 13, 2006
Paul McCartney- Monkberry Moon Delight
The New Cars- Moving in Stereo
The New Cars- More
Return to Dark Side of the Moon- Speak to Me
Return to Dark Side of the Moon- On the Run
Return to Dark Side of the Moon- Time
Widespread Panic- Goodpeople
Disco Biscuits- Morph Dusseldorf

****Rushfan Hour with special Guest Rushfan****
Rush- The Trees
George Harrison & Friends- Beware of Darkness
Genesis- Entangled
ELP- The Enemy God Dances with the Black Spirits
Tangent- The World that We drive through
The Who- Bargain
Steve Hackett- Ace of Wands
Rush- Between the Wheels

****Put some Hillage in Your Village****
Gong- Thought for Naught
Gong- A P.H.Ps Advice
Gong- Magick MOther Invocation
Gong- Master Builder
Khan- Space Shanty
Khan- Stargazers
Ozric Tentacles- Akasha
Steve Hillage- Alone
Steve Hillage- Knights Templar
Simple Minds- Theme from Great Cities
Simple Minds- Love Song
Steve Hillage- The Salmon Song
Steve Hillage- Garden of Paradise
Gong- Wingful of Eyes
Tony Banks- Diamonds Aren't So Hard
Tony Banks- I'll be waiting
The Orb- Into the 4th dimension
Steve Hillage- The Glorious Om Riff

****Next Week Soundscape goes into the Wild****




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Title: Re:Soundscape
Post by: Soundscape on June 21, 2006, 08:16:43 am
Well at least for 2 hours we went wild, the first hour was mostly DJs choice.  On any given week I seek out music that is new to me and hopefully my listeners.  This week was no exception.  Highlights of the first set are David Cross, ELP Tribute, Martin Orford, and Micky Hart's Mystery Box.  After that we got some Jungle fever, and although tempted I did not play Jungle Boogie, Jungle Love, or Welcome to the Jungle  :)  Anyway there are many choice gems embedded within the static and the archive is up so you can start your ritual sacrifices to me anytime now.  Next week we will Rawk.  Next week will be devoted to the ever growing catalog of prog metal that is out there in the ether.  If you have some good ideas of what should be in the mix, please drop me a line and I will do what I can to get it played.  You can also expect some more new stuff next week, including the Red Masque, Guidos Hand, and Ancient Harmony.  Come on by and sit a spell.

SHOW #18 Soundscape Goes Wild - June 20, 2006
Ken Nordine- I love a Groove
David Cross- Fast
ELP TRibute with Gardner, Downes, et al- The Endless Enigma
Martin Orford- Fusion
Mickey Hart's Mystery Box- Where Love Goes (Sito)
Genesis- Anything She Does
Red House Painters- Long Distance Runaround
Grateful Dead- Just a Little Light (by request)
Neal Morse- Author of Confusion
Stone Temple Pilots- Adhesive

****The Jungle****
Jethro Tull- Bungle in the Jungle
ELO- Jungle
Brent Lewis- Journey to Junglemoon
Fish- Jungle Ride

****The Monkeys Take Over****
The Rolling Stones- Monkey Man
Peter Gabriel- Shock the Monkey
Eddie Izzard- Monkeys & Guns
Genesis- Wot Gorilla
Travis- We are monkeys
Phideaux- Orangutan

Pink Floyd- Pigs (3 different ones) by request

****Pachyderm Hijinks****
King Crimson- Elephant Talk
Blues Traveler- Ivory Tusk
Maceo Parker- Elephant's Foot

****Other Beasties****
Ozric Tentacles- White Rhino Tea
Adrian Belew- The Lone Rhinoceros
Jack Foster III- Tiger Bone Wine
Pallas- Mr Wolfe
Genesis- White MOuntain
Karma Lingo- Wolves in the Fold
Chain- The Augmented Animal
Wally Pleasant- The Day Ted Nugent Killed All the Animals

****Tune in Next week for Prog Metal unleashed****

Title: Re:Soundscape
Post by: Soundscape on June 28, 2006, 06:24:55 am
Wow, what a ride that was kids!  We started slow with some of my recent finds including goth/prog band The Red Masque, Local Atlanta Band Guido's Hand, Local Atlanta Band Ancient Harmony, and Phil & Friends w/Dickey Betts  from my recent outing on Sunday at HiFi Buys ampitheatre.  The first hour therefore is definitely an eclectic build up to the last 2 hours in which we Rawk Out on Prog Metal.  While blowing our minds to putty with the music at hand we talked about our wasted youth in chat, and exposed a little more of our dark sides...too bad chat is not recorded in the show lol.

Next week things are a little askew.  Rush Hour will start an hour or so earlier and soundscape will find some random spot of time to Pirate the next installment which will then be thrown to the archive by Wednesday sometime.  Our theme will be "The Dividing Line 101" in which we preview the various musics of each of our host shows here at the DLBN.  Plus we will hear new music from Karda Estra, more Red Masque and a few other goodies that have not become revealed to me just yet.  It will be good, oh yes it will be good.

SHOW #18 Soundscape Rawks - June 27, 2006
Cheap Trick- Welcome to the World
The Law- Stone
Ancient Harmony- Skywater
The Red Masque- Passage
Phil & Friends w/Dickey Betts- In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Frank Zappa- Titties 'n Beer
Guido's Hand- Garmonbozia

***Shred City****
Stratovarius- Awaken the Giant
Dream Theatre- Pull me Under
Threshold- Sheltering Sky (by request for Walter)
Helloween- I'm Alive
Under the Sun- Seeing Eye God
Freak Kitchen- Heroin Breakfast (by request for Rushfan)
Between the Buried & Me- Three of a Perfect Pair
Ayreon- Journey on the Waves of Time
Queensryche- The Killing Words
Pain of Salvation- Revival
Dead Soul Tribe- Waiting in Line
Sigh- 12 Souls
Tool- Vicarious
Riverside- Artificial Smile
Fates Warning- So
Gordian Knot- Redemptions Way (For Rushfan)
OSI- Free (For Whistler)

Title: Re:Soundscape
Post by: Soundscape on July 05, 2006, 08:31:24 am
Well after some chaos in trying to find a broadcast time I finally got the archive together and it is being sent up for your listening pleasures.  I think I may have cursed at my computer, or winamp, or both but I still feel that I have put together a quality show for you.  The highlights: New Music from Karda Estra and The Red Masque, Disco Biscuits, and a Frost Excerpt (really excited about frost and I can not wait to get to listen to the whole thing).  I also ran Dividing line 101 for 3 shows: Rogues Gallery, Rush Hour, and Behind the Lines.  Oh and one more beuty in the mix was Star One's song about Stargate: The Eye of Ra sweet.

Next week I will offer you a smattering of music from this weeks Roguefest (a local progressive festival), as well as a continuation of Dividing line 101, plus more proggy goodness from my sonic journeys so please drop in and have a drink with me.


SHOW #20 Dividing Line 101 pt1 - July 5, 2006
Ima Robot- Creeps me Out
The Disco Biscuits- Caterpillar
Frost- Black Light excerpt
Karda Estra- Am I Dreaming You? Are you Dreaming Me?
Between the Buried & Me- Us and Them
Izz- Deafening Silence

****The Dividing line 101 pt 1****
Genesis- The Dividing Line

****The Rogues Gallery****
Marillion- Slainte Mhath
Porcupine Tree- Russia on Ice
Kino- Swimming in Women

****Rush Hour****
Rush- Spirit of the Radio
Rush- Tom Sawyer
Rush- Tai Shan

****Behind the Lines****
Genesis- Behind the Lines
John Shipe- Surfin the Shockwave
Tool- The Pot
Genesis- Ripples

****Back to Soundscape****
The Red Masque- Beggars & Thieves
The Red Masque- Scarlet Experiment
Star One- The Eye of Ra
Billy Sherwood et al- Where we Belong

****Next week- Fallout from Roguefest & Dividing line 101 pt 2****

Title: Re:Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on July 26, 2006, 06:35:07 am
North to Alaska that was this weeks theme.  It only felt approprite to theme my upcoming vacation so that I could sort of take everyone with me.  I hope you will enjoy the ride.  You will find that I am generally crabby throughout the proceedings. I was told this by several listeners.  Please understand that I was simply crabby as a part of the entertainment rather than apart from it.  The forward thinking of a crabbyprog show will take great consideration, and lots of input of those who know progressive music that is in its nature crabby.  All background sound effects and giggles may be attributed to my inroom audience..my wife and Rushfan.  Also you will find that Rushfan is playing the celery in the background, please do not use these sounds without contacting him first.  

I will be on Holiday next week, but B&L of Rushhour fame have agreed to put some nice tunes together during the soundscape timeslot.  Thank you folks for helping out.

Cheers,
Woody

SHOW #23 North to Alaska - July 25, 2006
Blue Man Group- Your Attention Please
Ghost Circus- Cycles
Carptree- Tilting the Scales
Cobweb Strange- Tea for the Sleepless
Particle- Fiyo on the Bayou
Widespread Panic- You should be Glad
Utah Phillips- Blackie and the Duck
Aja West & Cheeba- Alenes Farm
Blueground Undergrass- Faces

****North to Alaska****
Santana- The Trip
Steve Howe- Maiden Voyage
Under the Sun- This Golden Voyage
ELO- Ocean Breakup/King of the Universe
Umphreys McGee- Ocean Billy
Jon Anderson- Ocean Song
Led Zeppelin- The Ocean
Marillion- Ocean Cloud
Phish- Song I heard the ocean sing
Enchant- Broken Wave
Los Trios Marrilios- Bell in the Sea
Phish- Seven Below
Ian Anderson- Raft of Penguins
Working Man et al- By-Tor and the Snow Dog
Yes- Don't Kill the Whale
ELO- The Whale
Porcupine Tree- Russia on Ice
Marillion- White Russian
Strangefolk- Alaska
Jethro Tull- Far Alaska
David Schartz- Alaskan Nights
Paul McCartney- Footprints
UK- Alaska

****Dividing Line 101 pt 4: Point of No Return
Tumbleweed Junction- Steve is Cool
Kansas- Point of Know Return
Kansas- Magnum Opus
Nathan Mahl- Call to Arms
****Soundscape will Return in 2 weeks****




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Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re:Soundscape
Post by: scozart on July 28, 2006, 07:40:02 am
Woody!

Thanks for the PONR shoutout, buddy.  My friends about fell over when they heard "Steve Is Cool"..hehe.

Have a great time in Alaska!

Steve
Title: Re:Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on August 09, 2006, 03:36:24 pm
Well hello there archive enthusiasts.  The newest archive is now up and ready to go.  The trip to Alaska was amazing and I can not even begin to say what a beautiful place or a great ride the entire trip was.  Nevertheless I return with great stories and I offer some very fine music, even a discovery of an alaskan progressive band (sort of).  So sit back relax, but by all means let me know what you think about my offerings.  Let me know you are out there and what you would like to hear and I will stretch to the occasion when possible.

SHOW #24 Return from the Fjords - Aug 8, 2006
Assembly of Dust- Speculator
Secret Machines- Lightning Blue Eyes
Secret Machines- 1,000 Seconds
Riverside- Reality Dream
Devin Townsend Band- Triumph
Devin Townsend- Irish Maiden
Devin Townsend Band- A Simple Lullaby (by request)
Porcupine Tree- Mellotron Scratch
Porcupine Tree- .3
Phish- Guyute
Volitar- Alien World
Volitar- Skyscraper
Toubab Krewe- Hang Tan
Toubab Krewe- Asheville to Abidjan
Mitch Hedberg- Sandwiches
Journey- La Raza Del Sol
Mitch Hedberg- Movie Pot (For Travis)
Patrick Ryan- Knowledge
A.C.T.- Manipulator (Barbecue)
A.C.T.- A Loaded Situation (Sureveying Room)
Frost- Milliontown (for Walter)
Explorers Club- Time Enough
****Next Week Alaskan stories continue plus lots of new music****




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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re:Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on August 15, 2006, 08:16:13 pm
Hello there fellow travelers another great show has been thrown together and is being uploaded to the archive just for you.  Lots of new music Speechless, Mew, My Morning Jacket, Bad Punchline and Fluttr Effect.  You will also find lots of laughter and sheer giddiness from your soundscape team.  Please let me know if you have anything to say about any of the music I have chosen for my shows.  It is always nice to know what you are thinking.  Next week we will return to our Dividing line 101 theme.  What about themes in general?  Don't worry, I am just taking a break from themeing in favor of playing a lot of new music.  We will theme again in the future I promise.  If you are interested I have a blog at the myspace adress that gets all heady and weird on a regular basis.  Feel free to let me know if anything resonates with you.  Here is the breakdown:

SHOW #25 Pining for the Fjords - Aug 8, 2006
Traffic- Many a Mile to Freedom
Arena- The Hanging Tree
Kino- People
Frost- Black Light Machine
IQ- Sacred Sound (For Alan)
Speechless- Vaders Boogie
Kids in the Hall- Acid in Grade 8
My Morning Jacket- Lay Low
My Morning Jacket- Dondante (For Walter)
Mew- A Dark Design
Mew- Saviours of Jazz Ballet (Fear me December)
Mew- White Lips Kissed
The Onion- Fathers Dying wish a real hassle
Bad Punchline- World View
Bad Punchline- Sterilized
Fluttr Effect- Meaningless
Fluttr Effect- Awake
Erik Norlander- Music Machine
Erik Norlander- Heavy Metal Symphony
Devin Townsend- Planet Rain (for Travis)
Govt Mule- New World Blues
Talking Heads- This must be the Place

****Next Week the return of Dividingline 101 and lots of new music****




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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re:Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on August 22, 2006, 11:06:26 pm
I am throwing the archive up right now in a frenzied late night fury so that as you wake up on a fine August morning you can get your dose of Soundscape.  In this weeks episode, Woody Rants, Chaos Theory, Suzi whips, Kurgan's Bane lay down the law, Ghost Circus generates a new theme idea, Liquid Village debut with a couple of nice grooves, and Frost* tells us about death in our first ever Lyrical Barnstorming.  Chris from Ghost Circus, and all of Kurgan's Bane were in chat with us as well.  Next week we will explore the evils of the music business.  If you know of a band that sings a song about how they hate the industry or where it has gone, please send in your thoughts and requests.  We will also have new music in spades, and the usual chat mayhem.  Please join us....You are Invited (said in his best Alex of Clockwork Orange Brogue).

SHOW #26 1/2 year and going strong - Aug 8, 2006
Govt. Mule- Lay Your Burden Down

****Dividing Line 101- Chaos Theory****
Steve Howe- Sensitive Chaos
Queen- Brighton Rock
Manfred Mann's Earth Band- Stranded

Spiritual Beggars- The Lunatic Fringe
Kurgan's Bane- Mirage
Kurgan's Bane- Regret
Kurgan's Bane- Override
Kurgan's Bane- Martyr
White- Mighty Love
Ghost Circus- Trick of the Light
Ghost Circus- Let it Flow
The Onion- 2 New Burger King Sandwiches
Ghost Circus- Mass Suggestion Parts 1 & 2
moe.- Recreation Chemistry

****Lyrical Barnstorming****
Frost*- Snowman

Liquid Village- Loony Bin
Liquid Village- Every Bubble Bursts
Ebaums World- Cancelling AOL
Deep Rising- Would You Ever Listen
Deep Rising- Sheep a Go-Go
Blueground Undergrass- Seven Daffodils
Blueground Undergrass- Clock Goes On
Marillion- Drilling Holes

****Next Week The Evils of the music Bidness****




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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re:Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on August 29, 2006, 11:47:10 pm
Another Journey into the abyss, invisible airwaves sparkle with life in the wake of the mighty fall of the DLBN last week.  We press on thanks to the hard work of the station gurus!  The archive is going up even now.  Herein you will find New music from Cross, Govt Mule, & Tinyfish, plus almost all of the new Ghost Circus album.  This time around we had both Chris and Ron from Ghost Circus in chat.  They discussed their newly refurbished Cowbell, Send/Return, and Rons need to listen to DLBN naked (you should have been there).  We also had a little over an hour of music from bands that had something to say about the evils of the music business and I went off on a few rants (quel surprise) about things as well.  Chat dropped out and we are kicked from the safe hovel we had found, seeking solace we turned to some live Allman Brothers.  Go get the archive and you too can be sheltered from the storm.  Next week we will take the music of existentialism to task as we forage into a "Being Towards Death" theme.  If you have a favorite song that contemplates death, please drop me a line.

SHOW #27 The Evils of the Music Business - Aug 8, 2006
The Buggles- Adventures in Modern Recording
Cross- Mesmerizing Enterprise
Kurgan's Bane- Surface
The Buggles- Vermillion Sands *for AJ*
Particle- Eye of the Storm

Ghost Circus- The Distance
Ghost Circus- Broken Glass
Ghost Circus- Accelerate
Ghost Circus- Let it Flow *For Ron*
Ghost Circus- Send/Return

****The Evils of the Music BUsiness****
Negativland- Anouncement
RPWL- Welcome to the Machine
Porcupine Tree- Sound of Muzak
Henning Pauly- Radio Sucks
Reel Big Fish- Sellout
Kevin Gilbert- Suit Fugue (Dance of the A&R Men) *for Gideon and Mike*
Keller Williams- One Hit Wonder
George Hrab- Yafamous.aif
Bauhaus- Party of the First Part
Peter Gabriel- Big Time
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers- The Last DJ
Rush- Spirit of the Radio
Various Artists- Have a Cigar w/Kimball, Kulick, Porcaro, & Bissonette
Mitch Hedberg- This CD is in Stores
Marillion- 3 Minute Boy

Govt Mule- Mr. High & Mighty
Govt Mule- Like Flies
Allman Brothers Band- Dreams
Tinyfish- Fly like a Bird
Tinyfish- Motorville Demo
Fish- The Company

****Next week: Being Towards Death****



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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on September 05, 2006, 07:44:32 pm
The archive will be up within the next hour or so, please stand by.  This week I talked about my trip to DragonCon (One of the biggest Sci Fi Conventions ever), as well as a deep philosophical rant on death.  We introduced new music from White Willow as well as the Brobdingnagian Bards, and a track from up and comers "Darwin's Radio".  More to come in the Blog for those interested in my exploits.  www.myspace.com/soundscape42

SHOW #28 Being Towards Death - September 5, 2006
Lost Boyz- Bruchtadh
Lost Boyz- Star of the County Down
moe.- Bullet
moe.- Crabeyes
Liquid Village- Every Bubble Bursts
Fluttr Effect- Detrimentalism
Gov't Mule- Brand New Angel
Darwin's Rdio- Lapse of Sensation
Trey Anastasio- Dark & Down
Fish- Vigil

**** Being Towards Death****
Ralph Stanley- O Death
Foxtrot Zulu- A Pretty Perfect God Damned Day
David Bowie- My Death
Grateful Dead- Death Don't Have no Mercy
Dream Theatre- Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding
Kevin Gilbert- A Long Days Life *For RushFan*
Marillion- The Great Escape *For RushFan*
Alan Parsons- Oh Life (There Must be More)
Robert Plant- Funny in my Mind
Enchant- What to Say
Shadow Gallery- Death of a Mother
Moody Blues- 22000 Days
Guido's Hand- Il Tercosa Di Luce- Rondo
David Gilmour- Near the End
Mike & the Mechanics- The Living Years

White Willow- Splinters
White Willow- Ghosts
White Willow- The Lingering
Wobbler- Rubato Industry
Brobdingnagian Bards- Jedi Drinking Song
Brobdingnagian Bards- Buttercup's Lament

****Next Week we continue our tribute to the unsung Dividingline Heroes****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on September 12, 2006, 08:14:00 pm
Well the first idea was that I would finish out DL 101...that was before I realized how many shows I had left to 101.  Ahh well it is a class it should last a full semester.  You will be quizzed later.  So instead I have called this show newscape, simply due to the dearth of new tunage I have for you.  I have new music from Atlanta locals- Qualone (as well as 2 give aways), Also Eden, Cross, Trey & Mike & the Duo, and Darwin's Radio.  DL101 salutes the tag team of Vince and Daisy of Progopolis fame, and lots of requests.  You will not be disappointed.  Now next week we have the guest artist theme brought to us by our very own Rushfan, Mike!  If you have a favorite artist who guests on someone elses album (such as Ray Wilson on RPWL's Roses) then feel free to send me your suggestions.  Meanwhile I am planning a trip to the one and only Lebowskifest ( I wonder if I can get a theme out of that).  Oh well, here is your setlist:
 
SHOW #29 Newscape - September 12, 2006
Ghost Circus- Cycles (New album released today)
Transatlantic- My New World (For Walter)
Chain- Never Leave the Past Behind (For Alan)
Shadow Gallery- Encrypted (For Walter)
OSI- Bigger Wave (For Gideon)
Ghost Circus- Broken Glass (For Ron)

****Dividingline 101- Progopolis****
Steve Morse- Prognosis
Enchant- Progtology
Progopolis- The Spider Incident
King Crimson- One More Red Nightmare
Brian Eno- Some of them are Old
Presidents of the USA- Death Star (Under the influence)

Qualone- Mind Cloud
Qualone- Thetan Stomp
Qualone- The Kind
Wolfmother- Where Eagles Have Been
Also Eden- Between
Also Eden- For Bumble
Cross- And Enter the Game
Cross- Deja Vu
Qualone- Insanity Ride
Qualone- Mushroom Flower
Trey, Mike & the Duo- Mr. Completely
Trey, Mike & the Duo- Goodbye Head
Darwin's Radio- Windows to your Soul
Darwin's Radio- Eccentric Orbits
Darwin's Radio- The Vast Within

****Next Week Guest artist theme, more DL 101 and what have you****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on September 20, 2006, 06:35:00 am
Look at the setlist..just look at it.  We went all over the music map this week.  We had a lot of fun.  We checked out some new stuff, and God forbid we Danced!  Of course the theme was Guest Artists.  Thanks to everyone who played along with me in getting this one together.  There were some big surprises for me and hopefully there will be for you all too.  Also of note, new artists Underground Orchestra, New Peter Frampton, Miracle Train, Scissor Sisters, and ELO remaster outtakes. 
 
Next week we transport you back to the year 1985.  I was a junior in highschool, where were you?  Please send me your requests and ideas for great bands and music from 1985.  Prog was not dead in the 80s, just poppier!
 
SHOW #30 Guest Artists - September 19, 2006
Medeski, Martin, & Wood- End of the World Party
Toubab Krewe- Djarabi
The Jayhawks- Dying on the Vine
Kurgan's Bane- Asstro
Deep Rising- Eyes Closed (For Walter)
Qualone- I'll be Gone
Devin Townsend Band- Pixillate (for Walter)
Underground Orchestra- Fountain of Youth
Underground Orchestra- La Rosa

****Guest Artists****
John Lee Hooker- Blues is the Healer (w/Santana & Marsalis)
Peter Frampton- Blooze (w/Warren Haynes)
Pink Floyd- Seamus (an inspired choice from Gabriel)
Blues Traveler- Mountain Cry (w/Greg Allman)
Peter Frampton- Black Hole Sun (w/Mark Mcready)
OSI- Shutdown (w/Steven Wilson)
Porcupine Tree- Halo (w/ Mikael Akerfeldt)
RPWL- Roses (w/Ray Wilson)
Queen- Innuendo (w/Steve Howe)
Peter Gabriel- This is the Picture (w/Laurie Anderson)
Max Webster- Battle Scar (w/Rush)
Bruce Hornsby- The Changes (w/Pat Metheny)
Paul Pena- New Train (w/Jerry Garcia)
Talking Heads- I Zimbra (w/Adrian Belew)
Bryan Ferry- Valentine (w/Mark Knopfler)
Phil Collins- Long Long Way To Go (w/Sting)
Steve Hackett- Narnia (w/Steve Walsh)
Elvis Costello- Pads, Paws, & Claws (w/Paul McCartney)
Porcupine Tree- Fade Away (w/John Wesley)
Tony Banks- Another Murder of a Day (w/Fish)
Howard Jones- No one is to Blame (w/out Phil Collins)

Miracle Train- Leaps & Bounds
Miracle Train- B's D
Marillion- Beautiful (for Ralph)
ELO- Strange Magic
ELO- Everyone's Born to Die
ELO- Surrender
Scissor Sisters- I Don't Feel Like Dancin
Mick Jagger- Use Me (w/Lenny Kravitz)

****Next Week we travel back to 1985****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on October 04, 2006, 02:53:35 am
The problem with a topic such as this one is a problem with time.  There was no way to do justice to any one set or idea unless I did a whole show for each.  Nevertheless we covered some ground.  For those who are wondering more about the music therapy things that I try to discuss in an all too short period, I will be offering some information on my Blog this week.  www.myspace.com/soundscape42  In the meantime this show offers new music from the Rocket Scientists, Manning, and Michael Garfield as well as some nice sets of music reflecting the various emotions music can create within us.  I hope you enjoy what is offered and I always look forward to your feedback.

For something less cerebral, I will be host DJing the time slot for Epic Prog this Friday night (6-9 Pacific, 9-12 Eastern) as Lurker will be off exploring various alterations of consciousness.  I think He said something about Float tanks and Vitamin K, but I am just not sure that he wanted to talk about it.  So Suzi and I will regale you all with a spontaneous out of the box Soundscape experience that you will hopefully all enjoy.  There will be drinking and debauchery so...come hither ye masses.

And Now for Something Completely Different!  Next Weeks theme I am calling Owls Nest.  Basically Owls Nest will be a set of music that has eluded us.  I know you have all had the experience of hearing something and then searching forever for the name, or the artist.  You caught a glimpse on the radio, you were at a bar, you were at a music store etc.  but you could not discover what the song was without some considerable effort over time.  As a music seller, I get the question often..Do you have that song that goes... (customer sings offkey and frighteningly mimics said song).  In my own life, my sonic explorations often fall into the "OMG what is that, I have got to have more" category.  I welcome your input and stories for what is sure to be a very strange ride.

SHOW #32 Healing Powers of Music - October 3, 2006
Phish- Theme from the Bottom
Rocket Scientists- Gypsy (of a Strange and Distant Time)
Rocket Scientists- Dream In Red
Rocket Scientists- Enjoy the Weather
Ghost Circus- Broken Glass
Magic Pie- Dream Vision
Joe Satriani- One Robot's Dream
Joe Satriani- It's So Good (For Chaos)
Manning- William Barras (1803-1835)
Manning- Profeesor Adam Logan (2002-2094)
Michael Garfield- Autocatalysis
Michael Garfield- Time Machine Dream
Michael Garfield- ...And the World Rushes In

****The Healing Powers of Music- Phase 1: Anger/Angst****
The Who- I've Had Enough (For Rushfan)
Dada- Feel Me Don't You
Riverside- Artificial Smile
Blind Melon- Tones of Home

****The Healing Powers of Music- Phase 2: Sadness/Depression****
Guido's Hand- Il Tercosa Di Luce-Andante (For Gabriel)
Porcupine Tree- Feel so Low
Nine Inch Nails- Hurt
Sting- Fragile
Jerry Garcia- Midnight Getaway

****The Healing Powers of Music- Phase 3: Comfort/The Musical Hug****
David Sylvian- Let the Happiness In (For Rushfan)
Rush- The Pass (For Gabriel)
Marillion- Fantastic Place (For Chaos)
Michael Hedges- Breakfast in the Field (For Chris)
Yes- Onward (For Suzi)

****The Healing Powers of Music- Phase 4: Motivation
Foghat- Slow Ride (For Rushfan)
Pink Floyd- Run Like Hell (For Suzi)

****The Healing Powers of Music- Phase 4: Happiness/Joy
Beach Boys- Feel Flows (multiple requests for Almost Famous)
Spock's Beard- My Shoes (revisited)- For Lurker
moe.- Spine of a Dog
Keller Williams- Kidney in a Cooler
Qunicy Jones & Bill Cosby- Hicky Burr
Queen- Don't Stop Me Now

****Next Week: Owls Nest: The Music That Has Evaded You****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on October 18, 2006, 06:34:48 am
Well as I figured there are more Weather songs than you can possibly imagine.  Not only did I feel like I was turning down requests left and right but I also did not get all I had put together in the space I had.  So we went from Sunny, to Cloudy, to Thunder and Lightning, and into Torrential downpours.  Still to come is snow, freeze, tornado, hurricane, etc.  All the tragedies will happen next week.  If you placed a request it and it is not here it will probably make it into next weeks show.  It looks like even if I just said rain was the theme I would have been overwhelmed with possibilities, but I like having options so its all good.  Also new music this week from The Reasoning, Lamine Toure (a Sengalese drumming group), Fluttr Effect (complete with giveaway), Steve Hackett, John Young, and Anthropia.  Also you will hear Suzi and I's wedding songs as it is our 7 year anniversary.  It's all being shot into the archive folder right now by a trained monkey cannon operator, so grab it when it cools down.  Meanwhile I will have to go get some bananas.
SHOW #34 Enjoy the Weather Pt 1- October 17, 2006
Steel Train- Wake Your Eyes
The Reasoning- Awakening
Billy Sheehan- Super Grande- Niacin-
Lamine Toure- Baye Fall
XVIg- Chasing Dreams
Fluttr Effect- Hollywood is
Fluttr Effect- ...Porn
Steve Hackett- Ego and Id
Steve Hackett- Man in the Long Black Coat

****Enjoy the Weather Pt 1****
Janah- Wake of the Sun
Lana Lane- Shine on Golden Sun
String Cheese Incident- Black Clouds
Blackfield- Cloudy Now
Yes- Lightening Strikes
Grateful Dead- Looks Like Rain
Hall & Oates- Fall in Philadelphia (for Karen)
ELO- Standin in the Rain
The Who- Love, Reign O'er Me (For Rushfan)
Queensryche- When the Rain Comes
Proto-Kaw- When the Rains Come
Mostly Autumn- Black Rain
Peter Gabriel- Red Rain
Pink Floyd- Southhampton Dock(For John)
Love & Rockets- Rain Bird
Led Zeppelin- The Rain Song (For Rushfan)
Sattelite- I'll Follow the Rain
Savatage- Handful of Rain
Jim Wedier- Rain Daze

****7th Anniversary Songs for Woody & Suzi****
Phish- Waste
Yes- Onward

John Young- Underside
John Young Band- Childhood's End
Anthropia- Through the Sleeping Seaweed
Darwin's Radio- Lapse of Sensation (For Walter)
Rocket Scientists- Enjoy the Weather
Dada- Surround (For Walter)

****Next Week:Enjoy the Weather Pt 2****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on October 25, 2006, 01:42:37 am
I know I have been saying this for a while now, but what an amazing thing music can be.  I came in from a terrible day at work as you will here on the archive, but the folks in chat, and the music that was played totally cleared up my mood.  Hopefully it will do the same for you.  This was part 2 of our series "Enjoy the Weather" We traveled, and travailed through thunder, lightning, Icy Rains, Snow, Storms, Hurricane, and finally reached Blue Skies.  What was that saying...neither rain nor sleet nor...can stop the Soundscape (Can't stop the Signal).  Other goodies you will find on board, a tribute to my friend Shawn O'neil for his birthday, more of the fabulous new Rocket Scientists and Erik Norlander live, lots of interesting requests, and a Widespread Panic covers Talking Heads closer, City of Dreams (like a breath of fresh air).

Next week it's Progoween.  For many years now I have been creating Halloween cd's for my friends Halloween parties and next week you will get to hear some of the fruits of those efforts.  Having joined the DLBN, I have discovered quite a few progressive and spooky new tunes that will surely have you tossing and turning in your seats.  Plus all sorts of halloween trivia.  If you have a favorite Haloweeny sort of song, feel free to let me know.  There are bound to be tons of things that I have missed.  Until then keep on progging!  And if you can't get enough and need more great tunes, drop into some of the other great shows here at Dividingline.  We have 2 new shows on Mondays: Queen for a Day with Dave P, and Epic Concepts with Dana.  Or you can just drop in on Under the Radar with Winkler and give him well wishes as he recovers from his date with appendicitis.  See you all next week!

SHOW #35 Enjoy the Weather Pt 2- October 24, 2006
Keller Williams Incident- Lightning
Led Zeppelin- Fool in the Rain
Farpoint- Crying in the Rain
Rolling Stones- Rain Fall Down (for Ralph)
ELO- Rain is Falling
King Crimson- Nuages (That Which Passes, Passes like Clouds)- For DaveP
Porcupine Tree- Prodigal
Kansas- Lightnings Hand
Rush- Chain Lightning
Joe Satriani- Just Like Lightnin' (For Chaos)
Saga- Ice in the Rain
Roland Orzabal- Snowdrop
Gazpacho- Snowman
Frost*- Snowman
Atlantis- Snowrider
Styx- Snowblind
Little Atlas- Glacier
Steve Hillage- Before the Storm
Mark Mancina & Trevor Rabin- Going Green
Vanessa Mae- Storm
Mostly Autumn- Storm over Still Water
King's X- Hurricane
Neil Young- Like a Hurricane
Eddie & Alex Van Halen- Respect the Wind
Kate Bush- Cloudbusting
Alan Parsons Project- Cloudbreak
George Harrison- Here Comes the Sun
ELO- Mr Blue Sky

****Happy Birthday Shawn O'Neil****
ABWH- Brother of Mine
Ala Parsons Project- Days are Numbers

moe.- Faker
moe.- Rebubula (For Rushfan)
My Morning Jacket- Off the Record
Kate Bush- King of the Mountain (For Walter)
Kate Bush- Pi (For Walter)
Erik Norlander- Dreamcurrents
Rocket Scientists- After the Revolution
Widespread Panic- City of Dreams

****Next Week- Progoween****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on November 08, 2006, 02:16:07 am
37 Shows down the line and I have quite a bevy of left over material that just has not made it off of my playlist for a while.  Funny that, it was a catching up show but I only played maybe 5 songs from my backlog.  Nevertheless there were some highlights to the show and overall it turned out to be a rather eclectic set.  We have a set of music from Ozit Records who recently released material from String Driven Thing and Tractor.  There is also a jam session from the String Cheese Incident 4/7/05 show, check out the last 3 songs, they will force you from your seat and into the nearest boogie you can find.  Next week will be dinner and a movie.  Dinner will be obvious, that will be songs about food, so if you have any special dietary requests please drop me a note and I will ammend the menu as need be.  The movie part will have to be a surprise as I no more know what this is than a dingo knows the history of the east india company.  Your thoughts are always welcome and my thanks to you for listening.

SHOW #37 Catching Up- November 7, 2006
World Party- Ship of Fools
The Flower Kings- Stardust We Are
Yes- Spirit of Survival
ELO- Lonesome Lullaby
ELO- Xanadu
Aaron English- Like Smoke
Aaron English- Marriage

****String Driven Set****
Chris Adams- On the Brink
Chris Adams- Love and War
String Driven Thing- The Machine that Cried
String Driven Thing- Circus (Live)
Tractor- Argument for One
Tractor- No More Lies
Tractor- Little Girl in Yellow

The Onion Radio News
Roy Harper- ONe of Those Days in England (For Chaos)
John Young Band- Unknown Soldier
Erik Norlander- Fanfare for Absent Friends
Erik Norlander- Nuerosaur
Threshold- The Latent Gene (For Walter)
Genesis- Dodo/Lurker (For Tony)

****Jam Session: String Cheese Incident 4/7/05****
Sirens
So Lonely
Sirens
Best Feeling
Texas
Way Back Home

Ozric Tentacles- Aumriff, Reading Dec 85 (For Walter)
Ozric Tentacles- Spacebase
David Bowie- DJ
Rocket Scientists- House of Cards
Alan Parsons- Upper Me
Phish- Limb by Limb

****Next week- Dinner and a Movie****

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on December 20, 2006, 07:17:13 am
This weeks show is a little chaotic.  Perhaps that echoes the fact that I work in retail and I am running around like a madman every work day.  Nevertheless there are some nuggets to filter out of things.  Our Jam session this week gives us a taste of the Warren Haynes Christmas Jam (although I did not actually have any music from any of the jams, I improvised).  We also have the top 10 christmas wishes for a progfan, and some christmas tunes as well.  Please feel free to drop me a line and let me know what you think.
 
Next week, I am unsure if i will be on the air.  Suzi's parents will be here and we want to spend as much time with them as possible.  However, If Jerry (Suzi's Father) wants to go on with me, then the theme will be prog does classical.  As a classical fan I feel sure that this may entice him to hop on the air with me. 
 
Regardless of these things, I would like to wish you all best wishes for your holidays.  You have all made my last 9 months full of joy.  I am an amatuer DJ again, and next year should usher in some new surprises for us all.  So Merry Christmas, Joyeux Noel, Jombo, Shalom, Happy Solstice, May your days get Brighter and your new year be full of great things, and portents of mystery.
 
Woody Harris
 
SHOW #41 Happy Holidays from Soundscape- December 19, 2006
Electric Mayhem Band- 'Zat You, Santa Claus?

****Christmas Cheer****
ELP- I Believe in Father Christmas
Fuel- We Three Kings
Robert Berry- Carol of the Bells
Moody Blues- What Child is This

****Jam Session- Warren Haynes and Friends****
Warren Haynes- Patchwork Quilt
Warren Haynes- Beautifully Broken
Blues Traveler- Closing Down the Park
Dave Matthews Band- Seek Up
Dave Matthews Band- Warehouse
Govt. Mule- Tomorrow Never Knows
Govt. Mule- Madman Across the Water
Govt. Mule- World Gone Wild
Govt. Mule- Life Before Insanity

****Christmas Wish List****
10- Riverside- Reality Dream
9- Frost*- Black Light Machine
8- Porcupine Tree- Radioactive Toy
Porcupine Tree- Trains
7- Frank Zappa- The Torture Never Ends
6- ****Dinner With Steve Hillage****
Steve Hillage- UFO over Paris
Steve Hillage- Leylines to Glassdom
Steve Hillage- Crystal City
5- ****ROSfest****
Rocket Scientists- Ptolemy
Spock's Beard- Thoughts
Darwin's Radio- Windows to Your Soul
4- Marillion- The Only Unforgivable Thing
3- Pink Floyd- Run Like Hell
2- Yes- And You and I
1- Genesis- Twilight Alehouse

****Happy Holidays from Soundscape****
Pepe- Merry Christmas Baby
Tenacious D w/Sum 41- Things I Want
Gonzo & Rizzo- It's The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

****Next week- Prog Rock plays Classical, Rare Jon Anderson, special guest: The Father in Law (maybe) ****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on December 27, 2006, 02:29:15 am
In honor of my Father in Law's presence here during the Holidays I chose to play a show devoted to the classical side of prog.  Jerry has been a listener for quite some time and has developed a taste for some of what we play here at the DLBN.  This evening focused on Progresives rock use of strings, and Classical interpretations of Progressive Rock.  This is by no means a complete catalog, but it does give a nice feel for the ways in which rock uses classical instruments and classical sequences in newfound and progressive ways.  We end the show with a Jam session from The Grateful Dead on 5/15/70 the late show, which is just a snippet of a 7 disc set re-energized by the love of some true fans who brought this show back from the abyss.  If you enjoy this piece let me know and I will get more of it up here.  Also included is a rare Jon Anderson cut from Charlie Bisharat's 1993 album Along the Amazon.  I hope you all Enjoy and Happy New Year to you all.

Woody

SHOW #42 Symphonic Prog- December 26, 2006
ELO- Roll Over Beethoven
The Moody Blues- The Day Begins
The Moody Blues- Dawn: Dawn is a Feeling
The Nice- 3rd Movement, Pathetique Symphony
ELP- Excerpts from Pictures at an Exhibition
ELP- Toccata
Emerson, Lake, and Powell- Mars, The Bringer of War
Steve Howe- Double Rondo
Steve Howe- Concerto in D (Second Movement)
Yes- Siberian Khatru
Yes & The London Philharmonic Orchestra- Close to the Edge
Rick Wakeman- Excerpts from The Myths and Legends of King Arthur
Steve Hackett- The Palace of Theseus
Steve Hackett- A Form in Wax
Genesis- Firth of Fifth
Genesis- More Fool Me
Jethro Tull- Bouree
Jethro Tull- King Henry's Madrigal
King Crimson- In the Court of the Crimson King
ELO- Griegs Piano Concerto in A Minor
ELO- Laredo Tornado
Bela Fleck- Rondo from Sonata in A for Piano
California Guitar Trio- Symphony #9
Elton John w/Melbourne Symphony Orchestra- Tonight

****Jam Session: Grateful Dead 5/15/70 B****
Dark Star
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away

Charlie Bisharat w/ Jon Anderson- Along the Amazon
Jim Weider- Troll
Billy Sherwood et al.- Where We Belong
Kansas- Nobody's Home

****Next week- Jam Session with String Cheese Incident, New music, White Album Outtakes, Happy New Year ****
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on January 03, 2007, 02:31:45 am
Welcome to the first show of 2007 from your friendly neighborhood Soundscape.  Amongst the frivolity you will here a dazzling display of dj dexterity as I play with my new mic and mixing board.  I am sure there is a lot to learn about good sound production and such but I will just have to stumble in the dark until I find the right light switch.  However when the music does play, the treasures arrive in full force.  Some very rare material from acoustic duo Pruett and Davis starts our set, a couple of Brazilian prog bands, New music from the Progrock Records Label, a jam session from String Cheese Incident's Summer Travelogue, and a set of ad hock new years resolutions just to show that I am still festive.  I was not able to get the White Album Outtakes this week unfortunately.  I believe that tape has degraded some over time, besides you can Rely on Rene for that sort of sampling.  Next week we will take you on a journey through Space Rock and Early Psychedelia.  If you have ideas of what should fall into this little set I would love to hear from you.  Until that time, Happy New Year, May you hear great music, meet wonderful folks, and be prosperous in your endeavors througout this year of 2007.

SHOW #43 New Year, New Tunes- January 2, 2007
Queen- Innuendo

****Cassette Blast- Pruett & Davis****
Breaking the Rules
Cape Spear
Ascencion

****New Tunes****
Agape- Seems Like Heaven
Agape- Faster than Lite
Khallice- Wrong Words
Khallice- Vampire
Khallice- Turn the Page
Puppet Show- Seasons
Puppet Show- The Past has just Begun
Rocket Scientists- Dream in Red (For Dazz)
Starcastle- Song of Times
Starcastle- Master Machine
Starcastle- All for the Thunder

****Jam Session****
String Cheese Incident- Skat
String Cheese Incident- Shine on You Crazy Diamond
String Cheese Incident- The Bridge
Trey Anastasio- Goodbye Head

Age of Nemesis- The Land of Light
Age of Nemesis- Forgive me my Foolish Crime
Age of Nemesis- Plummeting into Eternity

****Resolutions****
ABWH- Brother of Mine
Tenacious D- Friendship Test/Friendship
Mike Keneally & Beer for Dolphins- Friends and Family
Slade- Run Run Away
Manfred Mann's Earth Band- Runner
The Gathering- Travel
Rocket Scientists- Pay Your Dues
Velvet Revolver- Money
Pete Townshend- Give Blood

****Next Week: Space Rock, more new music, more cassette rareities****
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on January 18, 2007, 03:51:16 am
Well after last weeks masterpiece, I wanted to create the same kind of flow.  However, when you try to recreate magic, sometimes things do not go as planned.  Some of my favorite new pieces of music are in this mix, but due to an experiment to mix them around thay are not as highlighted as I would like.  The new bands are Cannata, Tinyfish, Galahad, and Sylvan.  The show starts with an archival Genesis set from 1972, and also contains some rare work by Sting.  I had promised a top 5 this week, but last year had so much good music to enjoy that I did not want to rate or even offer them side by side, so amidst the mix I added my top 5 tunes/bands of last year.  So next week I will attempt to return to form.  The theme will be Cats and Dogs.  Yes I have done animals before but not the domestic variety and I have a lot of stuff to offer in that vein.  I will also have a special set of music from George Hrab and many other new goodies.  Feel free to contact me with your requests.  I missed quite a few this week but that was due to not having the material that was requested.  For those who are out there waiting, I will keep looking for what I missed.

SHOW #45 Experimental Hijinks- January 17, 2007
Billy Sherwood et al- Time

****Archival Genesis****
Watcher of the Skies
Get em Out by Friday
The Musical Box

Cannata- Spirit of the 4 Winds
Djam Karet- Scenes from the Electric Circus
Nektar- Desolation Valley/Waves
Tinyfish- God Eat God
Galahad- I could be God
Secondsight- Rosetta Rock
Hawkwind- Sonic Attack
Hawkwind- Space Dust
Imogen Heap- Hide and Seek
Vanden Plas- Fireroses Dance
Steve Hillage- Solar Musick Suite
Sting- When the World is Running Down
Sting- Walking on the Moon Medley (with Jerry Garcia and Don Henley)
Spaced Out- Art Attack Pt 1
Sylvan- Hypnotized
Tinyfish- Tinyfish
Cannata- Tears of America
Galahad- This Life Could be My Last
The Flaming Lips- The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song
OSI- Bigger Wave
Ozric Tentacles- Armchair Journey
Ken Nordine- Quark
Phish- The Squirming Coil
Phish- David Bowie
David Bowie- Look Back in Anger
Rocket Scientists- Enjoy the Weather
Muse- Take a Bow
Ghost Circus- Cycles

****Next Week: Cats and Dogs****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on February 07, 2007, 03:41:59 am
Sure the show aired at an earlier time, but we still pulled together a lot of great and interesting music.  The math theme, as you will see, pulled together very well.  Plus we have great new music from the Blue Man Group of Prog...Von Frickle!  Within the Jam session you will discover new band Underground Orchestra, as well as pieces from the new "Band" tribute cd Endless Highway.  Plus some choice cuts from the newest Grateful Dead Vault Release "Live at the Cow Palace, New Years Eve 1976" (This is one of the spaciest and most exploratory Playing in the Band versions I think I have ever heard- sonic bliss).  We round it all out with another Hrab spot, and some choice cuts of more recent prog.
 
The show itself will hit the archive this evening, but look for show notes tomorrow evening with all kinds of extras for you to bite into.
 
Next week we will be showcasing music that explorers the indigenous peoples of the America's.  That would be Toltec, Aztec, Maya, Yaqui, Native Americans, Inuit, Eskimo, and any one else that I missed.  If you know of great prog songs that explore these peoples, drop me a line and let me know.  I have quite a few in mind, but I am sure that all you out there in the vast audio radience can turn me on to the things that I would not catch.  Also look out for new Motet, Blind Ego, and who knows what other surprises will lay in store on the next Soundscape.
 
SHOW #48 Mathscape- February 5, 2007
T. Rex- The Slider

Mountain Mirrors- The Demon's Eye
Sylvan- Transitory Times
Sylvan- Former Life
Portal- The Paradigm
Dada- 72 Hours
Von Frickle- Cranium Controller
Von Frickle- Attack of the Giant Eyeball
Mike Keneally & Beer for Dolphins- Ankle Bracelet
IQ- Dans Le Parc Du Chateau Noir

****Jam Session****
Underground Orchestra- 13
Underground Orchestra- Fountain of Youth
The Allman Brothers Band- The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Jack Johnson w/ALO- I Shall Be Released
moe.- Down Boy
Grateful Dead- Looks Like Rain
Grateful Dead- Playing in the Band (23:12 of spacy jam bliss)

****Mathscape****
Jimmy Buffet- Math Sucks
Blue Man Group- Opening Mandelbrot
Chavez- Little Twelvetoes
Obsequious Cheesecake- If 6 Was 9
Genesis- The Dividing Line
Douglas Adams- The Bistromathic Drive
Sasha- Fibonacci Sequence
Fish- Numbers (For Flavio)
Blind Melon- Three is A Magic Number
Laurie Anderson- Let X=X
Add N To (X)- Adding N to X
Tom Lehrer- New Math
OSI- The New Math
Kate Bush- Pi (For Alan)
The Fixx- Saved by Zero
Jonathan Coulton- Mandelbrot
The Lemonheads- My Hero, Zero
Tom Lehrer- That's Mathematics
Saga- Back to the Shadows (For Ralph)

****Hrab Spot****
George Hrab- Moses & Morty
George Hrab- B3 (brainsbodyboth)
The Onion Radio News
George Hrab- Thank You For Calling

Von Frickle- Freak Parade
Von Frickle- March of the Centipede Army
Rain- Light and Magic
Pineapple Thief- The World I Always Dreamed Of

****Next week: Natives of the Americas*****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on February 28, 2007, 05:55:53 am
This weeks show theme recieved so much feedback that I could not put everyone's suggestions into the mix.  In fact we will be spilling over a little into next week with the remainder of keyboard escapades that were planned.  The archive is up and ready for your perusal.  This weeks show contains the debut of "Bolt" from South Carolina (yes Virginia there is prog in the south).  Bolt is an instrumental trio that offer a nice mix of progressive, jam and indierock that will fuel just about anyone's need.  Check them out and let me know what you think.  I will put more info in the show noted blog (you can check the notes out tomorrow on my myspace page).  Also offered is just a smattering of the new Phish archival release "Colorado 88".  And of course a 3 hour tour of some of the most powerful and touching keyboard pieces from progs greats.  I hope you all enjoy!
 
SHOW #51 Keyscape- February 27, 2007
The Freddy Jones Band- In a Daydream

****New Music from South Carolina's "Bolt"****
Bolt- Orbit
Bolt- The Devil's Paintbrush
Bolt- Anaphase
Bolt- Vendetta
Bolt- Kick

****Jam Session: Phish Colorado 88****
Phish- Maiden Voyage excerpt
Phish- Run Like an Antelope
Phish- You Emjoy Myself
Phish- Cities
Phish- Daves Energy Guide
Phish- Cities

****Keyscape****
Bruce Hornsby- Spider Fingers
Asia- Only Time Will Tell
ELP- Abaddon's Bolero (For Nick, Matt, and John)
Frost*- Hyperventialte (For Steven)
IQ- Seventh House (For Michael)
Rush- Tom Sawyer
The Cars- This Could Be Love (For Dave P)
Yes- The Gates of Delirium (For Walter)
Onion Radio News
The Doors- Riders on the Storm (For Nick)
Marillion- Interior Lulu (For Vince & Daisy)
Erik Norlander- Metamorphosis (For the Bishie)
Edgar Winter Group- Frankenstein (For John)
The Who- Won't Get Fooled Again (For Nick)
Izz- Late Night Salvation (For Greg)
Toto- Rosanna (For Ralph)
The Onion Radio News
Genesis- In the Cage/Cinema Show/Slippermen medley (For Shawn)
Arena- Riding the Tide (For Shawn)
Pink Floyd- Great Gig in the Sky (for Joel)

****Next Week: Keyscape conclusion, and Dental theme****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on March 14, 2007, 03:03:41 am
This weeks show takes a look at some rare floyd gems, floyd covers, and floyd like songs that you may have missed before.  Also check out new music from For Absent Friends with their new release Square One, as well as a couple of tracks from Invisigoth's new Alcoholocaust album.  Next week we will return to the floydscape for a short set and then set off on new adventures.  No themes on this next show, just a nice helping of newer releases.  If you have any requests feel free to drop me a line.

SHOW #53 Floydscape- March 13, 2007
Les Claypool's Frog Brigade- Shine on You Crazy Diamond (For Andrew)

For Absent Friends- Hello World
For Absent Friends- Square One
For Absent Friends- Falling Asleep
For Absent Friends- Billy
Mike Keneally & Beer for Dolphins- Live in Japan
A.C.T.- Manipulator (Barbeque)
ELO- Latitude 88 North (bonus from remastered Out of the Blue)
Invisigoth- Stripsearch
Invisigoth- No Quarter

****Floyd & Solo's****
Pink Floyd- Point me at the Sky
Pink Floyd- Country Song
Pink Floyd- Several Species (For Karen)
Roger Waters & Ron Geesin- Give Birth to a Smile (For Gabriel)
Pink Floyd- Marooned
Roger Waters- Amused to Death
Snowy White & the White Flames w/Gilmour- Love, Pain, & Sorrow
Roger Waters- To Kill the Child
Supertramp w/David Gilmour- Brother Where You Bound
Zee w/Richard Wright- Cuts Like a Diamond

****Floyd Covers****
Lana Lane- Breathe Intro
Lana Lane- Johnny Moon
Lana Lane- Breathe in the Air
Lana Lane- On the Run
Lana Lane- Time
Lana Lane- Breathe Reprise
Fish- Fearless
Love & Rockets- Lucifer Sam
RPWL- Opel
Velvet Revolver- Money
Easy Dub All Stars- Us and Them
Out of Phase- Brain Damage
Out of Phase- Eclipse

****Songs in the key of Floyd****
Farpoint- Anything at All
Riverside- The Curtain Falls (For Vince)
Mostly Autumn- Half the Mountain (For Michael)
Crack the Sky- From the Greenhouse
Magenta- Demons (For Michael)
Imogene- Wormwood Raindrops
House of Not- Mainstream (For Michael)
Timothy Pure- Private Hedge (For Michael)
The Floydian Propulsion Project- A New Machine (Empty Space: Welcome to the Machine Remix
The Floydian Propulsion Project- Pigs on the Wing (Pigs in Space Remix)

****Next week- Some continuation of Floyd, and a week off of themes. Requests are Welcome****




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on March 21, 2007, 07:23:19 am
Thats right this week we are themeless in Kennesaw once again, but that simply means that there is room for a ton of great music that you are going to throughly enjoy.  This week marks the soundscape debuts of Dial, Kite, Speechless, Imogene, Amorak, The Reasoning, and Touchstone.  All of these guys are amazing new additions to the library here.  I will leave the webpages and pertinent info in this weeks blog which should hit the shelf by tomorrow this time, if not before. 

Next week we are back to our themeing.  This time around we will follow this question: What does prog music have to say about God and the Great Beyond?  What bands intone spirituality within their lyrics?  This however does not have to mean that we will follow any particular theology.  Prog like any other music is a mirror of our own lives, it speaks to our philosophies that we follow, and it most definitely makes a number of statements about metaphysics, and transpersonal experiences.  So you as listener and follower of the show please send me your favorite songs and artists who speak to these concepts. 

Next week we will also have a few new bands to keep your appetite whetted!

SHOW #54 Noscape- March 20, 2007
The Alan Parsons Project- I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You
Zodiac Blue- Rise
Zodiac Blue- Dream
Zodiac Blue- Transit
Zodiac Blue- Precious Intro
Zodiac Blue- Precious Moments
The Onion Radio News
Cannata- King of the Mountain
Amarok- Hermits
Amarok- XIONGMAO I
Amarok- Wendigo
Frameshift- Message from the Mountain
Marillion- See it like a Baby
John Young Band- Kings
The Left Coast- Dancing on Crystal
Dogs of Peace- Do You Know? (For Rene)
Tiles- Modification
Kite- If You Were Dead
Kite- Sleeping in Thunder
Kite- Everything Magic
Imogene- Sunny Day Child
Imogene- Seraphim
Imogene- Tongue and Groove
Invisigoth- Talitha Cum
Invisigoth- Serpentine
Speechless- Spider Crawl
Speechless- Spaghetti Junction
The Onion Radio News
Speechless- Vader's Boogie
Touchstone- Hear Me
Touchstone- The Mad Hatter's Song
Timothy Pure- The Aberration
The Reasoning- Sacred Shape
The Reasoning- Aching Hunger
Dial- Hello
Dial- Jewel
Dial- Beautiful
Porcupine Tree- Voyage 34 (several requests)
Slychosis- Frosted Mini Suite
The Alan Parsons Project- Nucleus
The Alan Parsons Project- Day after Day (The Show Must Go On)

****Next week- Beyondscape: What does prog have to say about God and the great Beyond?

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on March 28, 2007, 06:38:38 am
Another fun mix of music and mayhem laced with a little bit of philosophy.  Also, check out Gosta Berlings Saga- new prog rock from Stockholm.
 
Next week: Springscape  Send me your favorite songs about spring, and or songs that remind you of spring.  We will also have a special jam session from Phish, and who knows what else might come into play.
 
SHOW #55 Beyondscape- March 27, 2007
Ayreon- Dawn of a Million Souls
Gosta Berlings Saga- Helgamarktz
Gosta Berlings Saga- Syrenernas Sang
Gosta Berlings Saga- Svarta Hal Och Elijusspar
For Absent Friends- Us
Darwin's Radio- Erase..Rewind
Blind Ego- Break You
Bolt- Unbreakable Designs

****Beyondscape: What Prog has to say about God****
XTC- Dear God (For Franklin)
Roger Waters- What God Wants, Pt 1
Fish- Big Wedge (For Flavio)
Jethro Tull- My God (For Murray)
George Hrab- There is No (Part 2 of Skeptic)
ELP- Hallowed be Thy Name
The Onion Radio News
Todd Rundgren- Fascist Christ (For Hart)
Steve Vai- Sex & Religion (For Greg)
Savatage- Jesus Saves
Azureth- The Lathe of Heaven
Jack Foster III- Heaven on Earth
The Onion Radio News
Iona- Heaven's Bright Sun
Talking Heads- Heaven
Puppet Show- God's Angry Man
Marillion- When I Meet God
Fish- What Colour is God
Tinyfish- God Eat God
Galahad- I Could Be God
Tony Levin- Throw the God a Bone
The Flower Kings- What if God is Alone
Ghost Circus- Cycles (Chris Brown was in chat and demanded a sacrifice)
Farpoint- Grace (For Kevin)
Neal Morse- Temple of the Living God
The Onion Radio News
Proto-Kaw- Heavenly Man
Kings X- Mission (For Greg)
Rush- Freewill

****Next week- Springscape: What are your favorite Spring Songs? Drop me a line at woody@thedividingline.com




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on April 04, 2007, 08:15:41 am
It turns out that Spring is hard to put in musical terms, but the attempt was made.  Special thanks to those people who suggested theme material.  I know this one was a tough one.  Maybe we will have better luck next week as I attempt Earthscape.  The theme for this show lines up with the upcoming Earthday, so send me your ideas for songs that speak to the environment and the politics involved.  I know there are quite a lot, but I need input from you folks.  I like the group effort involved.  I like to keep you thinking.

Speaking of which, a more in depth theme approaches and I am giving you all extra time to think about this one.  The theme is songs with a tempo that is contradictory to the nature of the song.  Upbeat songs that are sad, down tempo songs that are happy, angry songs that sound like lullabies.

I hope you will enjoy this weeks show:  Thanks for listening and see ya next week,

SHOW #56 Springscape- March 27, 2007
****Springscape****
Igor Stravinsky- L'Adoration de la Terre
Yes- Mood for a Day
Yes- Heart of the Sunrise
Ozric Tentacles- Sunscape
Pink Floyd- Grantchester Meadows
Jethro Tull- March the Mad Scientist
Anthony Phillips- April
Marillion- Easter
The Onion
Talking Heads- (Nothing but) Flowers
Mostly Autumn- Bright Green
Speechless- Something Green
RPWL- Spring of Freedom
Birdsongs of the Mesozoic- The Rite of Spring (excerpts)
Rocket Scientists- Enjoy the Weather

****Jam Session****
Quactus- It Isn't True
Quactus- The Penguin's Last Dance
Phish- Headphones Jam

***Song of the Week****
Porcupine Tree- Lazarus

The Moody Blues- Blue World
Eaten by Tigers- Memoirs of a Minotaur
Santana- Taboo
Pain of Salvation- Scarsick
Pain of Salvation- America
Pain of Salvation- Disco Queen
The Alan Parsons Project- Old and Wise

****Next week- Earthscape: Environmental Songs? Drop me a line at woody@thedividingline.com****
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on April 11, 2007, 06:17:33 am
A little early for Earth day as I somehow crossed it with Tax Day...oh well

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

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

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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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

Santanna- Transmutation/Industrial

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 16, 2007, 04:44:20 pm
A really fun show for you here with a lot of your favorite bass players...had to leave out a whole bunch though wahhh!  Also very nice interview with The Watch during our Lyrical Spelunking section.  More notes in the blog over at www.myspace.com/soundscape42
 
Next week will just be a cleanup episode: lots of new music, an extended Jam session, and some leftovers from previous themes.  It will be a lot of fun and I will look forward to seeing you all in chat lol.  The archive can be found here: it will be up by noon.  www.thedividingline.com/ss
 
 


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

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

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

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


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

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

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



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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 23, 2007, 08:13:22 am
I needed a week off of the theme thingy, but the music will still be a lot of fun.  Lots of new stuff and some cutting room floor moments.
 
Next weeks theme comes to us from Greg Jones (listener and Pinnacle drummer):
"I had an idea for a show "theme" and thought I'd share it with
you - if you don't want to do it, I'd understand. Just wanted to share
the idea.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 30, 2007, 06:59:31 am
I had this amazing blog entry that would detail and direct you to all of the great music to be foudn here within, but I hit the back button, and to the ethereal winds they did go.  Despite that amazing frustration, I here make note that the show is upn and ready for your perusal.  The blog will come later after I clear the tears from the keyboard.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on June 05, 2007, 08:44:45 pm
Here ya go Mateys!  Twas a fine show full of mirth and rum and sea shanties from the heavens. 
 
Also in this episode we launch the Soundscape book club with Grendel!
 
Next week: What is Summer Prog?  Are their prog pieces that remind you of summer?  Perhaps some that speak of summer?  Jot em down and drop me a line. 
 
SHOW #65 Piratescape, June 5, 2007
Hans Zimmer- Hoist the Colors
Emerson, Lake & Palmer- Pirates
King Crimson- Sailors Tale (Suggested by william314159)
Styx- Boat on the River (suggested by Ivan_Melgar_M)
Allman Brothers Band- Sailin Cross the Devils Sea
Jethro Tull- Flying Dutchman (suggested by Curtis)
Nektar- Tab in the Ocean (suggested by Andu)
The Onion Radio News
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band- Tomahawk Kid (Suggested by Chaos)
Kansas- Point of Know Return (suggested by Ivan_Melgar_M)
Procol Harum- A Salty Dog (suggested by Atkingani)
Ween- She Wanted to Leave (suggested by Harry Hood)
Tom Smith w/Steve Jackson & Luke Ski- Talk Like a Pirate Day
Ayreon- Dragon on the Sea
Robert Plant- Ship of Fools
Tractor- Lost on the Ocean
Pinnacle- The Deepest Sea
Grateful Dead- Lost Sailor
Grateful Dead- Saint of Circumstance
Alan Parsons- Siren Song
Jethro Tull- Queen and Country (Suggested by Whistler)
Eddie Izzard- Parrots
Styx- Pieces of Eight
Tempest- Captain Kidd
Grand Funk Railroad- I'm Your Captain
The Onion Radio News
Gentle Giant- Wreck (suggested by Curtis & Oddentity)
Pink Floyd- Marooned

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

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

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

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

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

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




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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on June 12, 2007, 08:41:25 pm
Nice new music from Amaran's Plight and The Beardeds Project, a new feature called Metal Moment which dips into some of my current favorite prog metal, the summer theme, and a nice bouncy jam session, all await your virgin ears at www.thedividingline.com/ss

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

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




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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on June 19, 2007, 06:24:37 pm
This weeks show is full of Chris Squire goodness.  Also check out new music from Discanto, Ian Parry and Godfrey Townsend.  The archive will be up in the next hour so after that have at it.  In the meantime I again ask for your input:  What is the happiest prog song you know of?  This is a theme that emerges out of discussions over at www.progarchives.com Send me your ideas and I will try to create a set of happy prog.  Also if this weeks show intrigues you, or if you just want a healthy dose of woodyism, jump over to my blog at www.myspace.com/soundscape42

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

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



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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on June 27, 2007, 07:31:47 am
Roller Coster time kiddies.  Lets see Happyprog, on air protest, jumps across the years, the producers, Ziltoid the Omniscient, Immune, Jam session, ranting from the DJ.. a fun if discombobulating show!  Check it out, put it in your ears:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

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




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Here are the links that get you there:
Great prog Radio- www.thedividingline.com
Soundscape- www.thedividingline.com/ss
My Page www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on July 11, 2007, 08:26:44 am
Magic, Ranting, and great music!  More detail at www.myspace.com/soundscape42 in my blogspace.  Next week we turn the friendly card for music about playing cards, and we bring in a huge bump of new artists.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

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

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on July 18, 2007, 06:37:18 am
A fantastic show if I do say so myself.  Included is new music from Black Bonzo, Quodia, Frogg Cafe and Shadow Circus.  The centerpiece is the interview with Glenn Snelwar of "At War With Self" along with lots of examples of what the new album "Acts of God" is all about.  I abandoned the playing card theme for this week in hopes that I will be able to put it together for next week.  Please enjoy the show and let me know what you think.
 
Woody
 
SHOW #70 At War With Self, July 17, 2007
King Crimson- Happy With What You Have To Be Happy With
Farpoint- Crying in the Rain
Atlantis- Forest Cathedral
The Watch- Berlin 1936

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

Quodia- I Saw Two Hands
Quodia- Water Woman

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

Ghost Circus- Send/Return

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

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

Roger Waters- Hello (I Love You)

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

****Also, remember our book club selection for this month is Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein,****
****several songs in our world pay homage to this fantastic worl of literature. You can pick it up at****
****any bookstore. Just ask for the Soundscape book of the month selection lol.****

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




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on July 25, 2007, 07:34:39 am
2 Themes for the price of one...well sort of.  We have here a cards theme and a martian theme spawned out of Stranger in a Strange land (philosophical meanderings may be found on the blog over here www.myspace.com/soundscape42 )

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

****Jam Session****
Jerry Garcia Band- How Sweet it is
Jerry Garcia Band- The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Jerry Garcia Band- What a Wonderful World
****Next Week:Interview with Godfrey Townsend. Send your requests to woody@thedividingline.com****

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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





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

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

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

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

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

Mike & the Mechanics- Taken in (For Suzi)

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on September 21, 2007, 09:36:03 am
Despite some fantastic glitches, including an iphones remix of Achilles (deep appologies there), this is a really fantastic show.  Did I get to all of the best drummers...I doubt it.  There are a good many greats left out in the cold, but this is a good tour of the power of our favorite prog drummers. 
 
Next weeks theme: But Can You Dance to it?  Is there Danceable Prog out there?  We are going to try to find out next week.
 
The show will be up by 11:00 eastern, so grab a copy and enjoy.
 
SHOW #79 Bring Out Your Drums- September 18, 2007
Prologue- Drumming At the Edge of Magic
Blue Man Group- Time to Start
Genesis- Turn it On Again (Suggested by TimeSignature)
King Crimson- 21st Century Schizoid Man (Suggested by Axel)
The Soft Machine- Why Are We Sleeping
IQ- Widow's Peak (Suggested by RichardH)
The Bad Plus- Physical Cities
Primus- Tommy the Cat
Mahavishnu Orchestra- Birds of Fire (suggested by Febus)
Tuner 11-11
Ghost Circus- Across the Line
ELP- Toccata (Suggested by Micky)
Little Atlas- Preying
Mickey Hart's Mystery Box- Full Steam Ahead
Frank Zappa- Keep it Greasey (Suggested by Bj-1)
Emperor- Decrystalizing Reason (Suggested by Chris Brown)
Rush- Freewill
Rush- O Baterista (Suggested by Dana)
String Cheese Incident- Sirens
Peter Gabriel- The Rhythm of the Heat
Led Zeppelin- Achilles Last Stand (Suggested by RichardH)
They Might Be Giants- D is for Drums
Dream Theatre- Surrounded (suggested by Greg Jones)
Billy Cobham- A. Anxiety B. Taurian Matador (Suggested by Dwill)
Yes- Changes (Suggested BY Jimmy Row)
Fish- Square Go
Deep Purple- The Mule (Suggested by GhostRider)
Spock's Beard- Made Alive/Overture (suggested by Greg Jones)
Porcupine Tree- Anesthetize (Suggested by DarkMatter)
King Crimson- Indiscipline
Gong- Master Builder (suggested by Akiko and BaldFriede)
Muse- Thoughts of a Dying Atheist (Suggested by EasyMoney)
Mickey Hart & Planet Drum- Tall Grass

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

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

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




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

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

www.thedividingline.com/ss


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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Chicago- Introduction

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

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

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

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

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on October 17, 2007, 12:24:08 pm
This time around I have 4 hours of mirth and mayhem with the space groovers from the local scene "Telestrion" the remnants of Qualone.  Brain and Andy from Telestrion were on hand to support the new album, talk about some of the music, offer a weird selection of lesser known prog gems, and play with the Theramin in studio.  Methinks that some mixing might could have been done better, but a fun time was had by us all and hopefully that will communicate into a fun time for you listeners out there.

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

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

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

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

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





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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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



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

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

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

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

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

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



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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

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

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

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

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

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

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on December 12, 2007, 07:00:10 am
Soundscape #90 Rain Dance 
This weeks show was a rain dance. We played rain songs, songs that would encourage the rain for those areas who need it. Of course this is true for Georgia, but it holds even more true for some countries in the middle east. So we summoned The Rainmakers in hopes of quenching our thirst. Well it did not rain in Georgia, but we had a fantastic time with the show at any rate. Look for new tunes by Lana Lane, Riverside, Tangent, and many more. If you have never had a listen to Soundscape before, this is one of the shows that you should start with.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

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

Here is the setlist:

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

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

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

#9 Galahad- Empires Never Last from Empires Never Last

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

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

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

#5 Sylvan- Former Life & Cold Suns from Presets

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
Also, If you are interested in learning more about this weeks selections you can visit my blogpage at www.myspace.com/soundscape42
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on January 16, 2008, 07:23:17 am
This weeks show features music inspired by Tolkiens Middle Earth, The first Jam Session of 2008 with some very nice covers, and all sorts of new music to jam in your ears.  If all of that has got your attention then here is the place to go for the archive
www.thedividingline.com/ss
The show will be up by mid-day

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on January 30, 2008, 06:54:04 am
Well we threw the book at the old theme (The Daily Grind) in favor of something that would give us more distance, self reflection and perhaps hope.  The show is full of new music and old that will hopefully light each of your personal fires or at least stoke them higher.  For a more piece by piece analysis of the how, why and where stop by
 http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=90220788&blogID=353019684

Next week we will return to 1971 for our 7th prog history lesson.

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

If you would like to contact me to suggest a selection or even a new band, simply write woody@thedividingline.com
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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on February 20, 2008, 10:18:45 am
Hello there,
This weeks soundscape features a special birthday set for my wife Suzi and a tribute to CS Lewis. 

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

www.thedividingline.com/ss

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

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

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

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

ELO- Loser Gone Wild

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




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

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

Here is this weeks set

Openers:

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

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

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

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

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

Blue Floyd- Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
The Moody Blues- Blue World
Please send your requests to: woody@thedividingline.com
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on April 01, 2008, 11:42:10 pm
Soundscape #104 History of Prog #9

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

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

Opening Set:

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

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

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

www.rubberuniverse.net

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

www.cosmicnomads.com.au

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

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

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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on April 16, 2008, 04:34:45 am
For my money, this is another one of my favorite themes I have done.  Learning about the life of Arthur C Clarke was inspirational to me, as well as getting to know some of his greatest works and the legacy he left behind.  We also get to listen to new music from Farpoint, and Birds & Buildings, as well as Abarax. 

Next week we will take our first trip through "Escape Velocity" a new section of the show in which we explore the music of a chosen country or geographical area.  This time around our journey will take us to Finland where we will encounter a world of progressive musics and amazing bands.

Also, for those who play along in the "Book Club" portion of the show, our next readings will be from George Orwell.  Yet another master of literature that has inspired many great progressive works.

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Opening Set:

Zager & Evans- In the Year 2525
Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, & Howe- Wakemans Solo Suite
Darwin's Radio- Erase...Rewind
Tinyfish- Nine Months on Fire
Abarax: www.abarax.de

Crying of the Whales Part 1
Point of No Return
Crying of the Whales Part 2
IQ- Sacred Sound

Arthur C Clarke (1917-2008):

2001

Richard Strauss- Also Sprach Zarathustra
Mike Oldfield- Sentinel
Hal9000
David Bowie- Space Oddity
Arthur C Clarke commenting on 50 years of Space Travel
Peter Schilling- Major Tom
Childhood's End

Roger Waters- Perfect Sense (Parts 1 and 2)
Delenn speaks about the first ones
Van Der Graaf Generator- Childlike Faith in Childhoods End
Genesis- Watcher of the Skies
David Bowie- Oh! You Pretty Things
Citizen Gkar comments on the First Ones
Zebra- Who's Behind the Door
David Bowie- Starman
The John Young Band- Childhood's End
Pink Floyd- Childhood's End
Marillion- Childhood's End
Marillion- White Feather
Songs of Distant Earth

Mike Oldfield- First Landing
Mike Oldfield- Hibernaculum
Mike Oldfield- Ascension
Arthur C Clarke- The Navaho & Nasa
Arthur C Clarke's 3 wishes
Phish- 2001

Farpoint: www.farpointband.com

Prologue: Call to Arms
Solar Wind
Darkness
Blue Shift (Home)
Bird & Buildings: www.myspace.com/birdsandbuildings

Birds Flying into Buildings
Terra Fire
Tunguska
Delenn- Starstuff

Godfrey Townsend- Whitefeather



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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on April 23, 2008, 10:11:30 am
Details: Soundscape #107 Escape Velocity to Finland


This is our first episode of "Escape Velocity" in which we explore the world through prog rock. This first episode is all about Finnish prog rock. While I am sure that I did not hit all of the major Finnish prog groups, there is over 3 hours of Finnish progressive music to enlighten your ears. This was a very educational show for me as I knew very little about Finland prior. Now I find I want to book a trip to Finland. You can send feedback to me here woody@thedividingline.com

Our next Escape Velocity episode will be on Italy sometime in May. Next week we will be doing some clean up as I have a plethora of piling prog that awaits your eager ears.

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Opening Set:

For Absent Friends- Hello World
The Tangent- Crisis in Midlife
RPWL- Stranger
Rubber Universe- We Insist
Fish- Openwater
Escape Velocity to Finland

Michael Palin Intro
Orlando Philharmonic- Maame (Finnish National Anthem)
Wigwam- Bless Your Lucky Stars
Wigwam- Pedagogue
Tasavallan Presidentte- Lounge
Jukka Tolonen- Elements
Jukka Tolonen- Mountains
Alamaailman Vasarat- Kyyhylly
Pekka Pohjola- Matemaatikon Lentonaytos
Finnforest- Elvin
Velvet Desperados www.velvetdesperados.net

Reggae on the Moon
Northern Lights
Gentleman of Fortune
Circusfolk www.circusfolk.net

The Fool
Where in the Outside In
Rhubarbed Wire
The Project www.ppry.org - Severance is Futile

Jeavestone www.jeavestone.com

Knights of the Bottomline
Snowfall
Extended Massive Orgasm
UFO incident in Nivala Finland

Hidria Spacefolk- Marastronaut

Overhead www.overhead-band.com

A method...
...to the Madness
Butterfly's Cry
Apocolyptica- Toreador

HIM- Wicked Game

Mattson www.larsericmattson.com

Prelude to Life
I'm Coming Home
This is our Time
Stratovarius- The Land of Ice & Snow

For more Finnish Prog:

http://www.progarchives.com/Bands-country.asp?country=70

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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on April 30, 2008, 07:06:48 am
Soundscape #108 April Housekeeping

House keeping, spring cleaning, call it what you will. All of the most recent shows have been geared towards central themes, but that leaves little time to explore the newest sounds coming my way. Therefore we took the theming off this week in order to simply present some fantastic new progressive artists that you may want to pay attention to. We also had a small tribute to Gary Gygax, and a Jam Session (for those who are fans of the jamband circuit).

Next week we return to 1970 one last time as we round out our 1970 prog rock history lessons. We will also step back and catch some important bands that we missed. You can also expect the usual smattering of new prog, and blather from your Soundscape DJ. If you are lucky, I may even read you some of my poetry!

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Opening Set:

Electric Light Orchestra- Mission (A World Record)
GPS- Written on the Wind
Ghost Circus- Holding On
Ghost Circus- To Be (Happy Birthday Ron)
Timothy Pure- Magdalena Hell
Blue Man Group www.blueman.com

Above
Drumbone
Altering Appearances
Persona
One of These Days
Silhouette www.silhouetteband.nl

Ocean of Life
Seize the Night
Long Distance Love
Searching for Her
Sunchild http://www.mindawn.com/albums/4439?PHPSESSID=bf03a

Love Will Shine Like Gold
Wonderworld
Marvin Ayres www.marvinayres.com www.myspace.com/marvinayres

Androgynous Weave http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DDLeb1fn90
Soured Alchemy
Tail Piece
Do You Hear Me Know?
Curved Air http://www.curvedair.com/

Phantasmagoria
Over and Above
Vivaldi
Marvin Ayres- Forever is Now

Jam Session

Michael Franti & Spearhead- Everyone Deserves Music
Bob Weir & Ratdog- Feel Like a Stranger
Widespread Panic- All Time Low
Gary Louris- I Wanna Get High
Tribute to Gary Gygax 6/27/38- 03/04/08

Azureth- Wake the Dragon
Tiles- Dragons, Dreams, & Daring Deeds
Traffic- Hidden Treasure
Asia http://www.originalasia.com/

Sleeping Giant/No Way Back/Reprise
Alibis
Parallel Worlds/Vortex/Deya
John Wetton- A New Day

Requests, comments, ideas? Send them to woody@thedividingline.com

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 07, 2008, 11:05:08 am
Soundscape #109 History of Prog- The end of 1970

Show 109 finds us finishing up prog history for 1970. I am sure that I missed a few bands along the way, but we managed to hit most of the major ones. With 1971 on the horizon, I forsee that it will take most of summer to get through it all, but the bands and albums that are coming in the next episode are all fantastic. As we end 1970 you will find that there seems to be a lot of focus on jazz fusion. It is a growing entity in the prog world at this time and here we see it being worked with in the context of Zappa, Van Der Graaf, King Crimson, and the entry of John McLaughlin. Due to source material, our second set has some gapping, but I still felt it important to expose those bands for the sake of catching some missed threads.

Next week, we will be listening to music by the band Longshanks, and if all goes well we will have Longshanks, and Tinyfish in the chat room to talk about their albums. The theme will be "A body made of music". Please join us for another thrilling episode of Soundscape here on The Dividing Line.

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Opening Set:

Grateful Dead- Uncle John's Band
Santana- Singing Winds, Crying Beasts
The Allman Brothers Band- Whipping Post
David Bowie- Black Country Rock

Frank Zappa- Peaches En Regalia
Frank Zappa- Son of Mr Green Genes
Frank Zappa- Little Umbrellas
Frank Zappa- It Must Be A Camel

Tony Williams Lifetime- Spectrum
Miles Davis- John McLaughlin
Funkadelic- Mommy What's a Funkadelic
Kevin Ayers- Colores Para Dolores
Barclay James Harvest- Dark Now My Sky

Rare Bird- Sympathy
Rare Bird- What You Want To Know
Rare Bird- Hammerhead
Rare Bird- Flight
Marillion- Sympathy

Van Der Graaf Generator- Killer
Van Der Graaf Generator- The Emperor on his Throne
Van Der Graaf Generator- Pioneers over C.

King Crimson- Cirkus
King Crimson- Indoor Games
King Crimson- Lady of the Dancing Water
King Crimson- Lizard

Grateful Dead- Brokedown Palace
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 14, 2008, 06:07:39 am
 Soundscape #110 A Body Made of Music


Hello Boys & Goils,
This episode of Soundscape allows us to explore the music of 2 fantastic bands, Longshanks and Tinyfish. Longshanks has recenly emerged out of a 13 year slumber and is working on new material to be released in 2009. You will hear the 1st completed track from the upcoming "Return of Longshanks" album, as well as some remastered tracks from days gone by. We also had Andre in the chatroom to answer questions about the upcoming release and history of the band. On the Tinyfish side of things, we play almost the entirety of the Tinyfish debut album. Members of Tinyfish were in chat, but only commented about Simon and his pants fetish. We also get to hear an epic track from the recent release by Abel Ganz "Shooting Albatross". Finally, our theme for the week was to put music together that was oriented towards the body. Despite efforts by chatters, we left out many internal organs.
Next week we will explore music inspired by George Orwell, particularly in relation to Animal Farm and 1984. We will also here new music from Oxygene8, Todd Grubbs, Relayer, Ville Juvonen, and finally Magenta. There has been so much new music that it has been difficult to catch up. My thanks to those who are waiting for these items to get some airplay. To the rest of you, I promise it was worth the wait.
 
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Styx- Grand Illusion
Longshanks www.longshanks.nl
Prelude
Courante
Tango
Cycles & Circles
Into the Dawn
The Traveling Song Pt 2
The Web of Life
Tinyfish: www.tinyfish.org
Motorville
Fly Like a Bird
All of the People, All of the Time
Build Your Own Enemy
Sundried
Too High for Low Company
All Hands Lost
Hand in Hand
Tinyfish
God Eat God
Body of Music
Rush- The Body Electric
Queensryche- Almost Cut My Hair
Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains- Buckethead
Phideaux- Candybrain
The Alan Parsons Project- Snake Eyes
Michael Lee Firkins- Took the Word Right Outta My Mouth
Porcupine Tree- The Moon Touches Your Shoulder
Porcupine Tree- Glass Arm Shattering
Niacin- Elbow Grease
Chris Squire- Hold Out Your Hand
Chris Squire- You by my Side
Camel- Fingertips
Marillion- Splintering Heart
Jethro Tull- Aqualung
Frank Zappa- The Sheik Yerbouti Tango
Roger Waters & Ron Geesin- More than 7 Dwarves in Penisland
Queen- Death on Two Legs
Random Touch- Naked Feet in the Dark
Elvis Costello- Put Your Big Toe in the Milk of Human Kindness
Abel Ganz: www.abelganz.com- So Far
Styx- The Grand Finale
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 21, 2008, 08:58:25 am
Details: Soundscape #111 The Orwellian Incident


Hello fellow Soundscapers!! This week we turn our eyes to music that is inspired by the novel 1984 by George Orwell. The book takes a stark look at a future that might be if we are not careful and let heartless ideologies take hold. For my part the book was an amazing journey..and strangely almost all of my favorite media arises from Orwellian inspiration. There was a dearth of music available for this show- so the show is a bit longer in hopes of exhausting the supply of sources I came across.

Next week we may or may not get to an Italian Prog themed show. I have been working on the various leads that I have, but I want to make sure I do the best job I can in alerting you to the world of Italian prog. Therefore, I will let it take the time it requires to do the show properly. Nevertheless, we will have an entertaining show for you next week, so please stop on by.

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The Orwellian Incident

The Art of Noise- A Time for Fear (Who's Afraid)
Combustible Edison- Utopia
The Hate

Porcupine Tree- Hatesong
Riverside- Artificial Smile
Rage Against the Machine- Star Wars Imperial March
Oxygene8 www.oxygene8.com

Close Your Eyes
Don't Look Down
Freak of Chance
A Message from Big Brother

Pink Floyd- Welcome to the Machine
Living Colour- Cult of Personality
OSI- Free
Relayer www.myspace.com/relayermusic

Murdered a Friend
For Future Days
Freedom
Rest of Their Lives
Big Brother is watching you

Jethro Tull- Working John, Working Joe
Alan Parsons Project- Sirius
Alan Parsons Project- Eye in the Sky
Rick Wakeman- 1984
Rush- The Camera Eye
Kansas- Sparks of the Tempest
Eurythmics- Sexcrime (Ninteen Eighty Four)
David Bowie- 1984
David Bowie- We Are the Dead
Radiohead- Karma Police
Cheap Trick- Dream Police
Queensryche remix by Andre Kamer of Longshanks
Colourbox- Just Give Em Whisky
Frank Zappa- The Central Scrutinizer
Asia- Free
Saga- Trust
Coldplay- Spies
Darkwell- The Machine
Todd Grubbs www.toddgrubbs.com

The Fearless Future
A View from Inner Space
You are Here
Thoughtcrime & Torture

Queensryche- Operation Mindcrime
Spock's Beard- Thoughts
Radiohead- 2+2=5
Incubus- Talk Shows on Mute
Anthony Phillips- 1984 Pt1
Rick Wakeman- The Room (Brainwash)
The Buggles- Astroboy (And the Proles on Parade)
Supertramp- Brother Where You Bound
Jerry Garcia Band- My Sisters and Brothers

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 28, 2008, 11:00:54 am
 Soundscape #112 The Spill


Being a DJ has its moments of grace, but this was not one of them. We listened to some great music and had a good time. I hope you will enjoy this episode. Just remember that what you hear is live...there is no clean-up or editing. If you want to hear me handle a minor computer crises while broadcasting...here is your chance. In the long run, all art is unfinished.
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Phish- Free
Jethro Tull- Part of the Machine
U.K.- Caesar's Palace Blues
Asia- Nothing' Forever
Jeavestone- Crazy Madness
IZZ- Star Evil Gnoma Su
Galahad- Sidewinder
Kite- Up to the Dark
Pure Reason Revolution- i.Arrival/ii.The Intention Craft
Elegant Simplicity- Lost Summer
Porcupine Tree- Sever
Ville Juvonen http://www.myspace.com/juvonen

Fish in a Tree
For Old Times Shake
Magenta http://www.magenta-web.fsnet.co.uk/band.html

Prekestolen
Metamorphosis
Bardo Pond www.myspace.com/bardopond

A Tune
Hypnotists
RC2 http://www.myspace.com/rc2prog

Time Pieces
El Diablo Suelto
Voice of the Storm Pt 1&2

Pink Floyd- Keep Talking
Genesis- Snowbound


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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on June 05, 2008, 03:14:47 pm
Soundscape #113 History of Prog: Journey into 1971

A crazy week to say the least! I have been in training all week for my new job, but I could not miss my time with the music. As John Miles states at the end "Music was my first love and it will be my last". So welcome aboard the 113th edition of Soundscape in which you will hear a smattering of newer music, and our historical odyssey of 1971 begins as well.

Next week, we will play it by ear. With the new schedule not yet in place at work I am unsure of when I will be on air. If you are part of the DLBN mailing list then you can find out as soon as I do about the when for next weeks show. The what on the other hand is a little more eclectic, while I will plan to have some newer material from recent acquisitions, my overall goal is to have those present help me build the setlist as I go. We will simply connect the dots, if 2 songs are tangential to one another in any way, we will connect them. It should be an interesting setlist to say the least, so bring your thinking caps, and a beer (just do not tip it into your keyboard).

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Opening Set

The Who- Love, Rein O'er Me
No-Man- Pigeon Drummer http://www.no-man.co.uk/
Relayer- Hope in Fairytales
Flower Kings- Road to Sanctuary
Timothy Pure- Playground Politics
Von Frickle- Kablam!
Odins Court- Volatilestial http://www.odinscourtband.com/
Woodenhead- Paradise http://woodenheadmusic.com/
Erik Norlander- Salty Dog

History of Prog: Journey into 1971

Neil Young- Journey Through the Past
Egg- Symphony #2
Egg- A Visit to Newport Hospital
Egg- Long Piece #3 pts1-4
Atomic Rooster- Tomorrow Night
Atomic Rooster- VUG
Atomic Rooster- Gershatzer
Atomic Rooster- Seven Lonely Streets
Atomic Rooster- Nobody Else
David Crosby- What are their Names
David Crosby- Cowboy Movie
David Crosby- Song with no Words (Tree with no Leaves)

Closing Set

Jordan Zevon- The Joke's on Me
Ozric Tentacles- Eternal Wheel http://www.ozrics.com/
No-Man- Beautiful Songs You Should Know http://www.no-man.co.uk/
Elbow- The Lonliness of a Tower Crane Driver http://www.elbow.co.uk/
Jimmy Robinson- Vibrating Strings http://woodenheadmusic.com/
Ayreon- Unnatural Selection
Saga- Corkentellis
John Miles- Music
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on June 18, 2008, 08:49:52 pm
Soundscape #115 Transience

This weeks theme is about transients, those people who by choice or circumstance find themselves in a homeless position. Also in this show is new music from Those Men, and Osada Vida. Overall, a pretty nice set of flowing music to sink your teeth into.

Next week we will be checking out songs that are inspired by Herman Hesse.

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Shadow Circus- Shadow Circus
Circa- Brotherhood of Man
Nosound- Kites
RC2- Coming Down Again
Coupling- Giggle loop pt 1
Caamora- The Eleventh Hour
Those Men- Sobgod
Those Men- Wollical Eye
String Cheese Incident- The Bridge
String Cheese Incident-Lonesome Fiddle Blues>
String Cheese Incident- Mammoth Jam>
String Cheese Incident- Lonesome Fiddle Blues
The Moody Blues- Gypsy
Jimi Hendrix- Gypsy Eyes
Steel Train- Gypsy Waves
Spock's Beard- The Gypsy
Robert Plant & Allison Krauss- Fortune Teller
Keller Williams- Freak Show
The Beatles- Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite
Phish- Esther
The Onion Radio News
Von Frickle- Freak Parade
House of Not- Freakstreet
Roine Stolt- The Magic Circus of Zeb
Marillion- Seperated Out
Thin Lizzy- Vagabond of the Western World
Billy Cobham- The Panhandler
Utah Phillips- Gaffing> The Last Ride
Sandy Denny- It Suits Me Well
Jethro Tull- Beggar' Farm
Paul Simon- Homeless
Alan Parsons Project- Days are Numbers (The Traveler)
Particle- Launchpad
Rocket Scientists- Look Up
Rocket Scientists- Sky is Falling
Osada Vida- Bone (My name is Bone/The Single Bone)
Osada Vida- Liver (Mr. Livers Letter to You)
Coupling- Giggle Loop Pt3
Aqua- Goodbye to the Circus
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on June 25, 2008, 12:50:31 pm
Soundscape #116 The Angst of Herman Hesse

I am not absolutely sure that Herman Hesse had any kind of angst. Nevertheless this show looks at music inspired by his works. Sadly for this author, I was unable to find a lot of progressive music. However, Hesse is an amazing writer and deserves full credit for his enterprising story lines and philosophical dialogue.

The second piece of the puzzle emerges out of my new job; which is working with abused teens. Many themes emerge out of the situations that I find myself in on a daily basis, this theme was no different.

Also look out for new music from Pat Mastoloto's "Tuner" and Argentinian soundscapers Hyacintus. It was an enjoyable ride and I hope you all have a good time listening.

Next week we return to 1971 plus more new prog rock from Kataya, Moonbound, Jon Olivia's Pain, and Von Garcia, and a  Jam Session from Umphreys McGee.
Esquivel- Sentimental Journey
Abigail's Ghost- Mazurka
Abigail's Ghost- Close
RPWL- Silenced
Osada Vida- Tongue (A White Lie)
George Carlin- Keeping People Alert (RIP George)
Yes- Close to the Edge
Radiohead- Pyramid Song
Radiohead- I Might Be Wrong
Steppenwolf- Magic Carpet Ride
Peter Frampton- Boot it Up
Black Bonzo- Iscariot
Overhead- A Captain on the Shore
Hyacintus- Hipno Delfico
Gov't Mule- About to Rage
Glass Hammer- South Side of the Sky
Genesis- Back in N.Y.C.
Marillion- Goodbye to All That/Wave/Mad/The Opium Den
Rush- Subdivisions
Porcupine Tree- Fear of a Blank Planet
The Who- Baba O Riley
Cracker- Teen Angst
Toy Matinee- There Was a Little Boy
Longshanks- Borderline
Porcupine Tree- Way Out of Here
Tuner- Hands
Ozric Tentacles- Tidal Convergence
U.K.- Carrying No Cross
Greg Brown- Why Don't You Just Go Home


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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on July 09, 2008, 08:41:55 pm
Soundscape #118 Musical Spelunking

Musical Spelunking? Well it is so called due to the way I came about all of the music that I played this week. Instead of following the idea of a theme, I simply did a lot of investigating. Each new piece of music I found lead me to another until finally I had an overwhelming pile of stuff to offer. I know that for my part, I feel I created a great set of songs. I hope that will be your experience as you listen as well.

Soundscape will be taking the next 2 weeks off due to a much needed respite. Please join me in 2 weeks when we take on the awesome spectacle of the black hole! Here is this weeks setlist:

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My Morning Jacket- One Big Holiday
Monty Python- Travel Agent
The Flower Kings- Flight 999 Brimstone Air
Moonbound- Flight Towards the Sky
Twangorama- Big Blue
Threshold- Pilot in the Sky of Dreams
Marco Lo Musica- Horizons
Marco Lo Musica- Firth of Fifth solo
Anthony Phillips- Silver Song
Unifaun- Mr. Marmaduke and the Minister
Unifaun- To the Green Faerie
Genesis- Inside and Out
It Bites- Old Man and the Angel
Sigur Ros- Gobbledigook
George Carlin- Drugs
Blind Ego- Forbidden to Remain
Steve Howe Trio- Close to the Edge
Darryl Way's Wolf- Isolation Waltz
Transatlantic- Mystery Train
Erik Norlander- The Long Ion Train
Mostly Autumn- Distant Train
Robert Plant- Win my Train Fare Home
Frost*- Wonderland
Frost*- Experiments in Mass Appeal
Hydra- Giggles and Tears
Steve Winwood- Secrets
Dean Martin & Julie London- Sway (remixed by the Ripoff Artists)
Toto- No End in Sight
Asia- An Extraordinary Life
Foreigner- Too Late
George Carlin- Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television
Journey- Never Walk Away
Journey- Turn Down the World Tonight
Journey- The Journey (Revelation)
Rush- A Passage to Bangkok
Galexia- Rose of Thorns featuring Arjen Lucassen
Galexia- Recidivate featuring Damian Wilson
Opeth- Porcelain Heart
Amassefer- Sorrow
Amassefer- Slaves for Life
Hagar Schon Aaronson Shrieve- Whiter Shade of Pale
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy- So Long-Farewell-Goodbye


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Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on July 25, 2008, 01:54:19 pm
Soundscape #119 Finding My Way Back

Hello fellow soundscrapers, This weeks show was simple and to the point. There was no overarching theme unless you count the Rush set spurred on by a recent concert experience. The show was simply requests and lingering songs. A more convoluted show will return next week as we try to follow mountain water to the ocean. Thanks for listening and please drop me a line to say hello when you get the time. Also if you enjoy Soundscape, let them know over at podcast alley:

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Jefferson Starship- Find Your Way Back
Porcupine Tree- The Start of Something Beautiful
Days Between Stations- Requiem for the Living
Frost*- Snowman (acoustic)
Frost*- Black Light Machine
Jupiter Society- Abduction
Paradigm Blue- There is no Spoon
Fates Warning- A World Apart
Marillion- Whatever is Wrong with You
Porcupine Tree- Anesthetize
Pink Floyd- South Hampton Dock
Pink Floyd- The Final Cut
Spock's Beard- The Doorway
The Flower Kings- Life in Motion
My Morning Jacket- Touch Me I'm Going to Scream Pt1
Rubber Universe- Nine Minutes Til Midnight
Rubber Universe- Parliament of Fooles
Rush- Test for Echo
Rush- Jacob's Ladder
Rush- The Twilight Zone
Rush- Manhattan Project
Rush- Vital Signs
Rush- OBaterista
Rush- The Larger Bowl
Rush- Tai Shan
Jethro Tull- Part of the Machine
Journey- Wildest Dream
King Crimson- Sheltering Sky
Cyro Baptista- Macunaima
Gov't Mule- Life Before Insanity
Firesign Theatre- Radionow Says Goodbye
Mike & The Mechanics- A Time and Place


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Post by: soundscape on July 30, 2008, 01:50:38 pm
Soundscape #120 From Sky to Ocean


The theme was supposed to be a series of songs that would follow the progress of water from clouds to the ocean. (Cloud, Rain, Freezing on a Mountain top, thawing into a spring, etc). Prog is less pastoral than you might think though. None of this matters as I can gauruntee that you will enjoy this set of music. Not only do we have our theme, but we also have new tracks from Jade Warrior, Don Schiff, Presto Ballet, Pfrog, Heavy Water Experiments, Tadashi Goto.

Next week we return for another dose of prog from 1971 as we continue our historic journey through the lost prog archives. Look for the hidden mystical goat and you could win a prize.

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Edgar Winter- Good Morning Music
Rush- New World Man
Darwin's Radio- Stronger
Ayreon- Connect the Dots
Beardfish- South of the Border
Tadashi Goto- Karma
Tadashi Goto- The Night of Destruction
White Willow- Night Surf
Marillion- Bitter Suite
Marillion- Heart of Lothian
Kate Bush- Cloudbusting
Lana Lane- Raining
Saga- Ice in the Rain
Medeski, Martin, and Wood- Ice
Little Atlas- Glacier
The Alan Parsons Project- One More River
IZZ- My River Flows
Simon Says- As the River Runs
The Flower Kings- The Way the Waters are Moving
Steve Hackett- The Waters of the Wild
Beautiful People- The Sea...Eventually
Rocket Scientists- Aqua Vitae
Blue October- Into the Ocean
Fish- Openwater
Tony Levin- Rising Waters
Rush- High Water
Jade Warrior- Journey
Jade Warrior- Lost Boys
Pfrog- Second Nature Take 3 V 2
Presto Ballet- The Mind Machine
Presto Ballet One Tragedy at a Time
Heavy Water Experiments- Anodyne
Heavy Water Experiments- Oracles
Anathema- Fragile Dreams
Don Schiff- Under the Olive Tree
Don Schiff- The Eighth Wonder
Scorpions- Humanity
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on August 07, 2008, 01:50:21 pm
In this weeks episode we take you back to 1971 again, specifically June. ELP releases Tarkus, Jade Warrior realease their debut, and Amon Duul II release their 3rd album. We also get a listen to new music from Mahogany Frog, and California Guitar Trio who show us a meanly adapted version of Pink Floyd's Echoes. Also we have a fantastic and spacey journey provided by the Grateful Dead that shows off their amazing psychedelic textures and willingness to risk it all in a far out journey for the lost chord. 

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Next week, in honor of the beginning of the Olympics, the theme will be on Olympic sports. If you have ideas of songs that fit this theme, please drop me a note at woody@thedividingline.com

Spock's Beard- In the Mouth of Madness
Riverside- Beyond the Eyelids
Touchstone- Being Hannah
Kite- Fire Escape
Moongarden- My Darkside
Mahogany Frog- T-Tigers & Toasters
Mahogany Frog- Last Stand at Fisher Farm
Nosound- Misplay
ELP- Bitches Crystal
ELP- Eruption
ELP- Stones of Years
ELP- Iconoclast
ELP- Mass
ELP- Manticore
ELP- Battlefield
ELP- Aquatarkus
ELP- A Time and a Place
ELP- Are You Ready Eddy?
Jade Warrior- A Prenormal Day in Brighton
Jade Warrior- Masai Morning
Jade Warrior- Dragonfly Day
Jade Warrior- Sundial Song
Jade Warrior- Screaming Dreams
Amon Duul II- Syntelman's March of the Roaring 20's
Amon Duul II- Restless Skylight...
Grateful Dead- Cryptical Envelopment
Grateful Dead- Comes a Time
California Guitar Trio- Music for a Found Harmonium
California Guitar Trio- Echoes
Porcupine Tree- She's Moved On


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Post by: soundscape on August 14, 2008, 05:02:56 am
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This is my second time doing an Olympic based theme. The first time was during the Torino Winter Games. That was back when soundscape was just a baby, perhaps 2 months out of the womb. This time around, I was more acquainted with the material and as a result, I think we came out with a fantastic theme show. We only take a couple of moments away from the theme, and that is to play new music from Pineapple Thief, Pfrog, and Longshanks, plus the remaster of Darryl Way's Wolf. I hope you enjoy this little journey into the Olympics. I know we did.

Next week's theme will be Italian Progressive music on our second edition of Escape Velocity. Every so often we will be exploring progressive music by country. Italy has overwhelming number of really good progressive bands, and next week, we will have a listen to a few of them that you may want to keep your eyes out for.

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ELO- Fire On High
ELP- Fanfare for the Common Man
Ayreon- Tower of Hope
Erik Norlander- The Fire of Change
Rush- Mission
Darryl Way's Wolf- Game of X
Darryl Way's Wolf- A Bunch of Fives
The Pineapple Thief- Sinners
The Pineapple Thief- Different World
Asia- Long Way From Home
Emerson, Lake & Powell- The Score
Alan Parsons- We Play the Game
Kansas- Play the Game Tonight
Queensryche- Best I Can
Styx- Great White Hope
Marillion- Gazpacho
OSI- Kicking
Steve Vai- Kill the Guy With the Ball
Genesis- Match of the Day
Pfrog- You Never Knew 03 Mix
Longshanks- All My Days
Longshanks- The Web of Life
RPWL- The Gentle Art of Swimming
Porcupine Tree- Stop Swimming
Kino- Swimming in Women
Rush- Marathon
Steve Howe- Running the Human Race
Manfred Mann's Earth Band- Runner
Red Rider- Human Race
Pink Floyd- Run Like Hell
Yes- Shoot High Aim Low
Tangerine Dream - Optical Race
The Alan Parsons Project- Ace of Swords
Styx- Come Sail Away
Queen- Gimme the Prize
Kansas- Nobody's Home
Marillion- Hope for the Future


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Post by: soundscape on August 20, 2008, 05:03:02 pm
Escape Velocity: Italy

Well folks, I finally got all of the Italian prog together for the show. Mind you, do not consider this to be definitive, complete, spoken correctly, or historically acurate. I have only just discovered the wonderful world of Italian Prog myself and I did what I could to pile up a bunch of good stuff. This week you will also here new music from Bittertown, Moon Safari, Billy Sherwood, Pineapple Thief, Senza Nome, Lorenzo Monni, Jennifer Batten, Errorhead, and D.F.A. There is a lot of good stuff to be heard and you will want to listen again, share with friends, mail it to strangers, and petition your senator for a grant to expand the Soundscape library.

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Next week's theme: Eco-prog I will be looking to create a 2 hour set of prog rock songs that focus on the environment, global warming etc. So if you have any ideas, please let me know.

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Camper Van Beethoven- Sons of the New Golden West
Spock's Beard- Walking on the Wind
Jennifer Batten- Cupid's Arrow
Caamora- Shadows
Beardfish- Cashflow
The Pineapple Thief- My Debt To You
Billy Sherwood- In the Maze of the Garden
Billy Sherwood- In Memory Of...
Billy Sherwood- Alive and Wondering
Errorhead- Dave
Errorhead- Follow Your Dream
Acqua Fragile- Science Fiction Suite
Acqua Fragile- Three Hands Man
D.F.A.- Flying Trip
D.F.A.- Vietato Generalizzare
New Trolls- Tempo Allegro
New Trolls Tempo Adagio (Shadows)
New Trolls- Tempo Cadenza-Andante Con Moto
New Trolls- Tempo- Shadows (Per Jimi Hendrix)
Goblin- ....E Suono Rock
Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso- L'Evoluzione
Lorenzo Monni- Shapeless
Lorenzo Monni- Dislove
Lorenzo Monni- Gone
Finisterre- Snaporaz
Senza Nome- Illusioni Di Un'anima Lontana (1-3)
Premiata Forneria Marconi- Il Banchetto
Premiata Forneria Marconi- Geranio
The Watch- The Border
Moon Safari- Constant Bloom
Moon Safari- Methusalah's Children
Bittertown- The Shadow of the Wind
Chris De Burgh- I'm Going Home


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Post by: soundscape on September 03, 2008, 04:39:23 pm
History of 1971 take...whatever

At the begining of every month Soundscape brings you a brief look at the history of prog. This time around we are checking out material from the summer of 71 and that features Peter Hammill, Atomic Rooster, and Gentle Giant. My appologies to Peter Hammill fans, the tracks that I attempted to play were distorted, so we will get back to Peter in October. Also in this show I chat about my experiences at Dragoncon (profound and otherwise) and we present a short set of Dragoncon oriented music.

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Next week the theme moves to Physics in Prog and this one has been building for a while. If you can think of songs that suggests the themes of physics, please send them to woody@thedividingline.com

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Marillion- Freaks
Billy Sherwood- Forward
Relayer- Slipstream
Todd Grubbs- The Fearless Future
The Onion Radio News
Timothy Pure- A Damp Preserve
Timothy Pure- The Fly Man and the Snake
Willowglass- The Maythorne Grass
Overhead- The Sun
Overhead- Lost Inside
The Moody Blues- Question
Deep Purple- Fireball
Procol Harum- Simple Sister
The Who- Bargain
Beach Boys- Feel Flows
Moody Blues- The Story in Your Eyes
The debilitated files of Peter Hamill
Gentle Giant- Acquiring the Taste
Gentle Giant- Pantagruels Nativity
Gentle Giant- The House, The Street, The Room
Gentle Giant- Black Cat
Gentle Giant- The Moon is Down
Atomic Rooster- Breakthrough
Atomic Rooster- A Spoonful of Bromide helps the Pulse Rate Go Down
Atomic Rooster- Decision/Indecison
Atomic Rooster- Black Snake
Atomic Rooster- Break the Ice
Abney Park- Airship Pirate
Abney Park- This Dark and Twisted Road
Star One- Master of Darkness
The Great Luke Ski- Gettin' Giggety Wit It
BT4- Watchtower (BSG edition)
George Hrab- Brainsbodyboth
Fromuz- Stone Salad
Moonbound- Last Minute of the Day
ELP- Show me the Way to go Home


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Post by: soundscape on September 10, 2008, 08:35:26 pm
Physicscape

Hello to my fellow mad scientists and progonauts, this week dandy download is now available for your listening pleasure. The theme for this week is progressive music with a physics theme. I was actually quite surtprised to discover such a large conglomeration of songs that fit this theme. Also look out for new music from Anathema, Lunatic Soul, David Byrne & Brian Eno, Big Elf, Galexia and more.

This weeks show was one of the heaviest I have done in a long while. There is very little chance to relax, so I suggest you place yourself in a theta wave length during your journey so that the intensity of the journey can easily be digested. Alternatively, get in your car and take a 4 hour trip to someplace and let the music dictate the drive. You will be there sooner than you would guess, and you will likely crave a ciggarette.

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Next week, we turn our eyes to the roots of the neo-progressive movement.

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Jefferson Airpane- Planes
Hydra- In the Stars
Lunatic Soul- Lunatic Soul
Presto Ballet- Thieves
Glyder- Weather the Storm
Little Atlas- Silence
Byrne & Eno- Home, Wanted for Life
Anathema- Unchained
Cryptic Vison- I am the Energy
Proto-Kaw- Quantum- Leapfrog
Ayreon- E=MC2
Eddie Izzard- Science
Ghost Circus- Accelerate
Todd Grubbs- Time Space and The Electric
Muse- Supermassive Blackhole
Relayer- Parabola
Dr. Science- Matter & Antimatter
Eaten by Tigers- Entropy
Erik Norlander- Critical Mass
PFM- Kaleidoscopic Nuetronic Accelerator
The Onion Radio News
Rush- Superconductor
Ayreon- Cosmic Fusion
Syzygy- Light Speed
Queensryche- Speed of Light
Dr. Science- Speed of Light
Airbag- Speed of Light
Frank Zappa- Light is all that Matters
Ken Nordine- Quark
Secret Saucer- Atom Smasher
Bigelf- Blackball
Bigelf- The Evils of Rock and Roll
Bigelf- Money, It's Pure Evil
Galexia- Xanax
Galexia- The Maze
Magica- All Waters Have the Colour of Drowning
Telestrion- Astronomy Domine
Marillion- House



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Post by: soundscape on September 18, 2008, 01:42:29 am
The Birth of Neo

Through dangers untold, and hardships un-numbered, I fought my way to the Goblin city...

The begining of this show was frought with complications, but I think I got away with it due to the awesomeness that exudes from the musical selections this week. In a recent meeting with one of the professors from Saybrook, Dr. Steven Pritzker, mentioned a new term that he was coining called the 'False Aha Moment'. The Aha moment, is that booming idea that comes loud and clear through us when we have a depth of clarity and a feeling that we have solved a problem or broken through a block, often shouting scientific hooha's from the bath such as "Eureka! I've just invented the bath plug!". The 'False Aha' would be when you felt equally excited and enlightened, but when turning your idea back out to others had the experience that suggested, you were not the genius you thought you were. This usually results in a patronizing pat on the back, and a sarcastic nice try comment.

The begining of this episode is one such moment. A creative spark, lit up a brush fire of litany, artsy fartsy sort of soliloquy thing. It may have even been a great idea, but I tried to cram so much into the moments leading up to the first song that I imagine I sound as if I am practicing to be an auctioneer at the local wordsmithing ball. So please indulge my verbosity, and enjoy this little excerpt of chaotic life thrown against the windows of time.

This week we get a blast from some fantastic new artists, The Source, and The Black Noodle Project, plus return to the early 80s and the birth of the neo-progressive movement. Also, at the end of the show we have a tribute to our beloved Richard Wright, keyboardist for Pink Floyd, who joined the heavenly jam session earlier this week. We will all miss Rick, but his music lives within us.

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Yes- Without Hope You Cannot Start the Day
The Source- All Along this Land I-IV
The Black Noodle Project- Hope
The Black Noodle Project- Awareness
The Black Noodle Project- Resistance
Bigelf- Race with Time
Genesis- Dance on a Volcano
Twelfth Night- After the Eclipse
Twelfth Night- East to West
Pallas- The Ripper
Pallas- Crown of Thorns
Marillion- Charting the Single
Marillion- He Knows You Know
IQ- The Last Human Gateway
Pink Floyd- Cluster One
David Gilmour- On An Island
Richard Wright- Reaching for the Rail
Pink Floyd- Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Pink Floyd- It Would Be So Nice
Pink Floyd- Summer 68
Pink Floyd- Wearing the Inside Out
Pink Floyd- Great Gig in the Sky
Pink Floyd- Any Colour You Like
Pink Floyd- Brain Damage
Pink Floyd- Eclipse
Porcupine Tree- Collapse the Light into Earth
Next week, by popular demand we will return to Italy for yet another edition of Escape Velocity. As always, expect more great new music, and hopefully a dj whose steroid supply has run low. If you would like to contact Soudscape please write: woody@thedividingline.com

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Post by: soundscape on October 02, 2008, 01:57:45 pm
Roger Dean is Alive and Well Pt1


Do not fool yourself into thinking that there is a lot of yes in this episode. No Roger has illustrated an amazing proliferation of album covers. While not every one of them is progressive, many are. What follows then is a very eclectic set of music that will probably leave you wondering how it is that our musical tardis brought us here, You are likely to be puzzled and repulsed, but you may just find a gemstone amomgst the silt and if so we have done our job. As Suzi put it, "We go where the theme takes us". Indeed we went, we left the planet a few times leaving some of the chatters grabbing hold of the handrails and hanging on for dear life. At one point, I am sorry to say, we lost one of our passengers. Walter no longer to take the turbulence, fell out the door when the ship itself spiraled sideways into a folk rock black hole. The gravity outside of the vehicle was simply to much to keep brother Walter on board. We will make a rescue attempt when next we journey. However, to the brave remainders, I raise my glass to you Slainte Mhath! We will definitely be returning to Roger in the near future; We only scratched the surface.

Next week, Suzi and I will be out celebrating our 9th year of marital bliss. So I will throw the floor open to you guys. If you tell me before Saturday evening, which archive you would like to see in the list next week, I will happily throw it up on the board for your listening pleasure.

The week after we return, we will journey again to 1971, a year with lots of progravity and supranormal musical activity to investigate. Also Suzi will deliver our 3rd musical spelunking moment (which she is holding secret to even me at this time--I am sure the suspense will bring you along).

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Soundscape Intro
Enchant- Paint the Picture
Mystery- Travel to the Night
Music Bed: Alan Parsions Project- Where's the Walrus
It Bites- Oh My God
Thieves Kitchen- Returglas
The Onion Radio News
Believe- Hope to See Another Day
Sound Bed: Godfrey Townsend- The Apostle
The Pineapple Thief- Sinners
Ozric Tentacles- Vita Voom
Sugarloaf- Green-Eyed Lady
Sound Bed: ABWH- Themes
Yes- Roundabout
Gun- Race with the Devil
Space Needle- Where the Fuck's My Wallet
Music Bed: The Allman Brothers Band- Instrumental Illness
Vermilion- Frequent Universal Creations Keep Sound Eternally and Thoroughly Tasting Like Energy
Budgie- Breadfan
Earth & Fire- Twilight Dreamer
Music Bed: Steve Morse- Air on a 6 String
The Keith Tippett Group- Green and Orange Night Park
Birdsongs of the Mesozoic- Centrifuge
Christopher Ambler- Soundscape Promo
McKendree Spring- Todays the Day
Rick Wakeman- Mr. Slow
Music Bed: Jeam Michel Jarre- Ethnicolor I
Osibisa- Move On
Gentle Giant- A Cry for Everyone
Roger Dean- Soundscape Promo (Rought Cut)
Greenslade- Melange
Lighthouse- 1849
Music Bed: Jean Michel Jarre- Zoolook
King Crimson- Frame by Frame
Subplanet- Suit (Rough Cut)
Ramases- Quasar One
Nucleus- Elastic Rock
Uriah Heep- Magician's Birthday
Music Bed: Blue Man Group- Opening Mandelbrot
Powerglove- Tetris
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on October 15, 2008, 07:44:56 pm
"A rainbow full of sound...fireworks, Calliopes and Clows"

This week was a lot of fun and we believe that you will agree. Not only do we peruse 3 very powerful prog albums from the fall of 1971, but we also offer a lot of new music: Accordo Ce Contrari, Bittertown, Ephrat, and Time Traveler. Add to this recipe a lyrical spelunking through Marillion's Pseudo Silk Kimono and Kayleigh, and of course a splash of DJ madness and you have yourself one crazy episode of Soundscape.

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Moody Blues- Procession
Moody Blues- The Story in Your Eyes
Soundscape Intro
Mike & The Mechanics- Nobody's Perfect
Accordo Dei Contrari- Gondwana
RC2- Autumn
Soundbed:City of Prague Phiharmonic Orchestra- The Untouchables
Shiver- Repent Walpurgis
Moon Safari- Moonwalk
Alan Parsons- Apollo
Soundbed: Epcot Loop
Bittertown- The Box
Bittertown- The Shadow of the Wind
Bittertown- Under the Bridge, Near the River
Soundbed: Toto- Dune
New Trolls- Nella Stanza Vuota, Improvisazioni Dei New Trolls Registrate In Deratta
Fleetwood Mac- Lay it all Down
Soundbed: Mark Mancina- Going Green
A.R. & Machines- Schones Babylon
A.R. Machines- I'll be Your Singer, You'll Be My Song
A.R. & Machines- Come On, People
A.R. & Machines- Truth and Probability
Jefferson Airplane- Pretty as You Feel
Soundbed: Alan Silvestri- Contact
Curved Air- Young Mother
Curved Air- Backstreet Luv
Curved Air- Everdance
Curved Air- Piece of Mind
John Lennon- Imagine (Live)
Soundbed: Hans Zimmer- At Wits End
Soundbed: Jean Michelle Jarre- Zoolook
Marillion- Psuedo Silk Kimono
Marillion- Kayleigh
Soundbed: Jean Michelle Jarre- Zoolook
Time Traveler- The Introduction
Time Traveler- The Traveler
Time Traveler- The Great Escape
Time Traveler- The Chase
Ephrat- The Show
Soundbed: Trevor Jones- The Goblin Battle
Pink Floyd- Coming Back to Life
Soundscape Outro


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Post by: soundscape on October 26, 2008, 07:46:10 am
Roger Dean Strikes Back #131

Hey fellow progsters, here is this weeks edition of Soundscape. This week we return to the skeleton that props up the amazing artwork of Roger Dean. When last we checked in with Roger, we played some pretty obscure music, prog and otherwise. This time around we get closer to home. There is still a smattering of offbeat material, but there is a much more proggy vibe to this last set of music. We also get to check out new tuneage from Rewiring Genesis and Karmakanic. We had a great deal of fun listening to these pieces and we hope you will enjoy it as well. We also take yet another musical spelunking trip with Enchant's "The Thirst".
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Next week, we will hold the 3rd annual progoween show from Soundscape. If you have proggy halloween notions, please let us know. It is difficult to keep from using the same music every year, so I am looking again for more weeny stuff.
Soundscape ID
Frost*- Here is the News
Moonbound- Tired of Being Good
Quidam- Kinds of Solitude at Night
Soundbed: Neal Schon- I'll Cover You
Rewiring Genesis- Fly on a Windshield
Rewiring Genesis- Broadway Melody of 1974
Rewiring Genesis- Cuckoo Cocoon
Rewiring Genesis- In the Cage
Don Schiff- Crossing the Lines of Reason
Soundbed: Hans Zimmer- Drink up me Hearties
Karmakanic- Who's the Boss in the Factory
Karmakanic- Two Blocks from the Edge
Sounbed: Gypsy Kings- Hotel California
Asia- Parallel Worlds/ Vortex/Deya
Babe Ruth- The Mexican
Snafu- Drowning in a Sea of Love
Soundbed: Richard Barbieri- Byzantium
Glass Hammer- Through a Glass Darkly
Glass Hammer- Long and Long Ago
The Onion Radio News
Badger- Wheel of Fortune
Badger- Fountain
Soundbed: Steve Morse- Wooden Music
Steve Howe- Beginings
Steve Howe- Will O' the Wisp
Atomic Rooster- Head in the Sky
White- Dream Away
Soundbed: Steve Howe- The Inner Battle
Soundbed: Jean Michelle Jarre- Zoolook
Enchant- The Thirst
Soundbed- Jean Michelle Jarre- Zoolook
World Trade- Wondrous Stories
Yes- Awaken
Roger Dean Interview
Yes- Does it Really Happen?
Yes- Make it Easy/Owner of a Lonely Heart
Soundbed: Yes- Cinema
Presto Ballet- You're Alive
Soundscape Outro


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Post by: soundscape on October 30, 2008, 01:23:08 pm
Things that go Prog in the Night

Here we are, 3rd year in a row for our halloween shindig. I asked that folks come up with good ideas for Halloween music, and the ideas come out in droves. I would like to thank everyone who played along. I tried to accomodate every request, but in the end, there were just too many. So in order to perhaps honor all of the remaining requests, we will return to the progoween next week. That said, I felt very good about this years set and I hope you will all enjoy it as well.

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David Gilmour- There's No Way Out of Here
Soundscape Intro
Marilyn Manson and Tim Skold- This is Halloween
Ekseption- Ritual Fire Dance
Les Claypool's Frog Brigade- Riddles are Abound Tonight
Soundbed: Munsters Theme
Peter Gabriel- Darkness
Moongarden- My Darkside
New Trolls Atomic System- Una Notte Sul Monte Calvo
RPWL- Alone & Scared
Soundbed: Phish- Ghost
Kansas- Lamplight Symphony
Abney Park- I am Stretched on Your Grave
Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds- Gravedigger
They Might Be Giants- Exquisite Dead Guy
Soundbed: Man or Astroman- Touch of Evil
Rush- Witch Hunt
Arena- Witch Hunt
Kate Bush- Waking the Witch
Jethro Tull- The Witch's Promise
Soundbed: Black Noodle Project- Fear
Blue Oyster Cult- Nosferatu
King Crimson- The Mincer
Tuner- Better Take Your Head Off
Marillion- A Collection
Soundbed: The Gourishankar- Gripped by Fear
Ekspetion- Toccata
ELP- Tocatta
Fireballet- Night on Bald Mountain
Soundbed: Howard Shore- A Knife in the Dark
ELO- In the Hall of the Mountain King
California Guitar Trio- Pictures Excerpt
Cobweb Strange- Currents of the Nighshade
Sky- Toccata
Cake- Pentagram
Soundbed: Dave Allen & the Arrows- Experiment in Terror
After...- Spiders
Ken Nordine- A Good Year for Spiders
Canvas- Spiders
Speechless- Spidercrawl
Jeff Buckley- Ululame
Rewiring Genesis- The Waiting Room
Rush- The Twilight Zone
Cruxshadows- Jabberwocky
David Bowie- Afraid
Soundbed: Stereophonic Space Sound- Haunted
It Bites- Ghosts
Pendragon- Ghosts
Lana Lane- Ghost Beside My Bed
Mostly Autumn- Ghost in Dreamland
Soundbed: The Brian Setzer Orchestra- Ghost Radio
Porcupine Tree- Way out of Here
Soundscape Outro


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Post by: soundscape on November 05, 2008, 07:42:47 pm
Change We Must

Since I come here from Spain, leaving my 4 mothers....Yes, thank you Manuel that will be all. This weeks set of Soundscape takes you across a map of mini-scapes. We start with a set of presidential election music, followed by a smattering of new pieces, some remainders from last weeks prog-o-ween, and a short tribute to Michael Baker of Shadow Gallery.

Next week, we go forward yet again, into the past as we take another gander at the musics of 1971. As usual we have a plethora of older and lesser known pieces that will rattle you to your core and make you seek therapy*. Of course we will also have the usual helping of soundscape craziness and new material, a spelunking trip into a Pink Floyd classic, and perhaps I will read you all some of my poetry before I throw you out of the Soundscape airlock.

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Yes- America
Yes- New State of Mind
Journey- Change for the Better
Soundbed: Arcadia- Election Day
Scorpions- Winds of Change
Cream- Politician
Led Zeppelin- Celebration Day
Crack the Sky- Mr. President
Dr. Science- Presidential Ambitions
Drive-By Truckers- The President's Penis is Missing
Fish- State of Mind
Soundbed: Clark&Dunn-DNA Music- Lysozyme
Big Big Train- A Giddy Thing
Big Big Train- Two Poets Meet
Big Big Train- Reaching for John Dowland
Soundbed: Dunn&Bridges-DNA music- Nematode
Danny Brill- Fantasyland
Danny Brill- Double Feature- Part 1 Cyclops
Danny Brill- Images in the Rain
Soundbed: Clark&Dunn- DNA Music- Collagen
U.K.- In the Dead of Night
Pinnacle- Always Somewhere Else
Mahogany Frog- Demon Jigging Spoon
Deep Purple- Demon's Eye
Ian Anderson- Old Black Cat
Gentle Giant- Black Cat
King Crimson- Starless
Soundbed: Clark&Dunn- DNA music- Lysozyme C
Iron Maiden- Fear of the Dark
Fates Warning- Face the Fear
Blue Oyster Cult- Career of Evil
Queensryche- Walk in the Shadows
Soundbed: Ekseption- Danse Macabre Opus 40
Shadow Gallery- Encrypted
Shadow Gallery- New World Order
Shadow Gallery- Release Release
Soundbed: Don Schiff- Winds of Fire, Winds of Change
Echo Us- From Snow to Sea
Echo Us- We Surfaced
Soundbed: Mark Mancina- Cow
Marillion- Dreamy Street
Marillion- This Train is My Life
Marillion- Asylum Satellite #1
Marillion- Happiness is the Road
Soundbed: McCartney & Wings- Lunch Box/Odd Socks
Jon Anderson- Change We Must
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on November 12, 2008, 05:16:39 pm
Forward into the Past- Fall 1971 cont.


Our first Sunday show and its a doozy. Not only do we deliver you some beautiful yet forgotten gems from 1971 but you also get a whole host of newness to prog out to. For those who joined us in chat on Sunday, thanks for dropping by, we had a blast. We hope to see many more of you now that our time slot has changed. We will deeply miss those folks who dropped in on Tuesday nights, and we hope you will still check out our show.

Next week we will be off the air, returning again on Sunday Oct 23. When we return we will feature a new Escape Velocity episode, this time featuring the prog sensibilities of the Cannucks. So put on you took, get your crullers and join us as we take off for the Great White North.

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Land of the Lost Theme
Soundscape Intro
David Bowie- Changes
Mostly Autumn- Open Road
Accordo dei Contrari- Lester
Kingfisher Sky- Hallway of Dreams
Richard Barbieri- Cave
Yak- Entangled in Dreams
Yak- Jadis of Charn
Christopher Ambler- Soundscape Promo
Abel Ganz- Hustler 2
Abel Ganz- Pick a Window, Your Leaving
Errorhead- Northern Lights
Chitty Chiity Bang Bang- Posh
Van Der Graaf Generator- Lemmings (Including Cog)
Van Der Graaf Generator- A Plague of Lighthouse Keepers
John Lennon- Gimme Some Truth
Epcot Entrance Medley
Kingdom Come- Space Plucks
Kingdom Come- Galactic Zoo
Kingdom Come- Metal Monster
Kingdom Come- Gypsy Escape
Kingdom Come- Sunrise
Troika- Vision Walk
Focus- Hocus Pocus
Focus- Focus II
Focus- Janis
Focus- Eruption
T. Rex- Cosmic Dancer
The Move- Do Ya
Trevor Jones- Hallucination
JMJ- Zoolook
Pink Floyd- If
JMJ- Zoolook
Sons of the Pioneers- Tumbling Tumbleweeds
Queen- Cosmos Rockin
The Reasoning- Dark Angel
Lunatic Soul- Near Life Experience
Opeth- Bridge of Sighs
The Onion Radio News
Telestrion- The Kind
Subplanet- Suit
AC/DC- Rock N' Roll Train
Shirler Bassey- Goldfinger (Propellerheads Remix)
Vernian Process- On Her Majesty's Secret Service
John Prine- Flashback Blues
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on November 27, 2008, 05:19:42 am
Escape Velocity: Canada

Hello Soundscapees,
This weeks show features a 2 hour set of just a very few of the canadian prog artists that are out there. As with any escape velocity show, we found a ton more than would fit into a single show. That said next week we will continue with part 2 of Escape Velocity: Canada. Besides this, it is getting close to seasons end, I heard somebody say. As a result, it is time to purge my ongoing setlist. At this point I have approximately 73 hours of material stored in my setlist that I have wanted to play for you guys, but each week with the addition of themes and new material it has all gotten pushed down giving space for only a small piece of that list. So for the month of December the only themes that will come up will be the theme pieces that have been pushed down. We will still get the 1971 show, but it may take some time to get there. At any rate, please enjoy this weeks trip into Canada, and we will see you guys next Sunday for another edition of Soundscape!
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Bob & Doug McKenzie- Take Off
Soundscape Intro
Lunatic Soul- Prebirth
Lunatic Soul- The New Begining
Ephrat- Haze
Jade Warrior- Journey
Don Schiff- From Where the Past Began
Alan Parsons- The Celtic Circle
John Wetton- Lugh
Maddy Prior- The Secret Garden
Matt Monro- From Russia with Love
HeadenD- Nine Days of Wonder
Epcot- Canada Exterior
Dream Aria- Raindrops
Dream Aria- Spanish Nights
Tom Cochrane & Red Rider- Human Race
Spaced Out- Event Horizon
Spaced Out- Big Crunch
Bruce Cockburn- Get Up Jonah
Epcot- Alberta Bound
House of Not- Force of Nature
House of Not- High in the Himalayas
Nouse of Not- Blood from a Stone
Mystery- Beneath the Veil of Winters Face
Mystery- Voyage to the Other Side
Howe, Squire, White- Machine Messiah
Epcot- Canada Is
Geddy Lee- Home on the Strange
Geddy Lee- Working at Perfekt
Pat Travers- Whipping Post
Saga- Wind Him Up
Saga- Images (Chapter 1)
Saga- Can't You See Me Now?
Jean Michelle Jarre- Zoolook
Alan Parsons Project- Some Other Time
Jean Michelle Jarre- Zoolook
CCA- Crazy Beautiful Life
Asia- Sleeping Giant/No Way Back/Reprise
Everon- Hands
Uriah Heep- Angels Walk With You
Uriah Heep- Light of a Thousand Stars
Yma Sumac- Gopher (Mambo) Remix
David Gilmour- On an Island
David Gilmour- Shine on You Crazy Diamond
David Gilmour- Comfortably Numb
Afro-Celt Sound System- Rise Above (Remix)
Jack White & Alicia Keys- Another Way to Die
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on December 08, 2008, 06:52:31 am
Escape Velocity: Canada Pt.2

Welcome one and all to the magical world of Soundscape. This show rawks and I will definitely listen to it again. We simply had a good time and the stars aligned for the best set of music offered in a while. Not only did we play some amazing Canadian prog rock, but we also heard some amazing new stuff from Frost* and Pendragon. Also had some great requests along the way as well. Download this now for a vacation in your mind.
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Barenaked Ladies- Hello City
Soundscape Intro
David Arnold Feat. David McAlmont- Diamonds are Forever
Spock's Beard- Dreaming in the Age of Answers
Spock's Beard- Here's a Man
Spock's Beard- They Know We Know
Spock's Beard- Stream of Unconsciousness
Duke Ellington- Beer Garden
Pendragon- Comatose I (View from the Seashore)
Pendragon- Comatose II (Space Cadet)
Pendragon- Comatose III (Home and Dry)
It Bites- This is England
Jeff Beck- Freeway Jam
Frost*- Welcome to Nowhere
Frost*- Pocket Sun
Frost*- Dear Dead Days
Jeff Beck with Jan Hammer Group- Darkness/Earth in Search of a Sun
The Alan Parsons Project- Beaujolais
Frogg Cafe- Reluctant Observer
Capharnaum- Caterpillar
Capharnaum- Brainstorm
Klaatu- California Jam
Klaatu- Anus of Uranus
The Musical Box- The Story of Firth of Fifth
The Musical Box- Firth of Fifth
Unity Gain- Dodo
Enigma- The Dream of the Dolphin
Triumph- Embrujo
Triumph- Play with the Fire
Triumph- Time Canon
Triumph- Killing Time
Triumph- Stranger in a Strange Land
Voivod- Astronomy Domine
Devin Townsend- Canada
Devin Townsend- By Your Command
The New Deal- Back to the Middle
Victor- Shut Up Shuttin Up
Talisma- Nuclide
Talisma- Leviosa
April Wine- 21st Century Schizoid Man
Forgotten Tales- 3 Wishes
Forgotten Tales- Fairytales
Epcot- The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald
Jean Michel Jarre- Zoolook
Frank Zappa- Montana
Jean Michel Jarre- Zoolook
Mostly Autumn- Flowers for Guns
Jan Hammer & Neal Schon- Arc
Jan Hammer & Neal Schon- On the Beach
Audioslave- Like a Stone
Parallel or 90 Degrees- Embalmed in Acid
Paralell or 90 Degrees- Space Junk
Merle Saunders & The Rain Forest Band- High Heel Sneakers
Merle Saunders & The Rain Forest Band- Sunrise over Haleakala
Pete Namlook & Klauss Schulze- Set the Controls for the Heart of the Mother
Elbow- On a Day Like This
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Post by: soundscape on December 08, 2008, 07:24:36 pm
Another Fall of 71 show


If you will recall I told you all last week that I intended to start purging the files that have filled the soundscape roster, well we did get through some of that, but not without adding more from 1971 to the list. So here we have our monthly history show, same as it ever was. We are lost in the fall of 71 but what a great place to be lost with music from Earth & Fire and Hawkwind driving us through the night. It is another splendid journey through the halls and byways of the progressive peoples. We think you will enjoy the show, and we look forward to hearing from you all.

Next week, we really get into the binge and purge of the show. The setlist has become crowded and now it is time to bring it all back up. We will of course be adding a dollop of the new but most of next weeks show will be the left overs and detritus from a year of programming. Nevertheless your requests are accepted and often send us flying in new directions.

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Queen- It's a Beautiful Day
Soundscape Intro
Queen- Made in Heaven
Puppet Show- The Past Has Just Begun
HeadenD- Ascend
Moglbl- Fevrier Afghan
Arena- Opera Fanatica
Duke Ellington- Anatomy of a Murder
Godley & Creme- Seascape
Godley & Creme- Wind
Godley & Creme- Fireworks
Godley & Creme- Stampede
Hello Madness- Hello Madness
Hello Madness- Emotions
Hello Madness- Here on my Lips
Maynard Ferguson- Night in Tunisia
Earth & Fire- Carnaval of the Animals
Earth & Fire- Ebbtide
Earth & Fire- Storm & Thunder
Earth & Fire- In the Mountains
Earth & Fire- Song of the Marching Children
Earth, Wind & Fire- Love is Life
Bill Watrous- Tiger of San Pedro
Hawkwind- You Shouldn't Do That
Hawkwind- You Know You're Only Dreaming
Hawkwind- Master of the Universe
Hawkwind- Adjust Me
Hawkwind- Born to Go (Live Single Version)
Chicago - Wishin' You Were Here
Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers- Off the Wall
Jean Michel Jarre- Zoolook
Fish- The Perception of Johnny Punter
Jean Michel Jarre- Zoolook
The Fireman- Nothing Too Much Just Out of Sight
Porcupine Tree- Strip the Soul (Outtakes)
Phil Manzanera- Mexican Hat
David Arnold- Come in 007, Your Time is Up
Riverside- The Curtain Falls
Donald Byrd- Book's Bossa
Speechless- Thank You
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on December 16, 2008, 05:19:06 am
Binge & Purge Pt.1


Welcome to our first episode of Binge and Purge. In this episode we heard new music from Seven that Spells, Guitar Wizard John Huldt, and The Keith Emerson Band feat. Marc Bonilla. Plus after all of the notes of support for the jazz sound beds of last week we have some more Bill Watrous.

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Alan Parsons- Dreamscape
Rocket Scientists- Wake Up
Soundscape Intro
Kingfisher Sky- The Craving
John Huldt- Sticky Fingers
John Huldt- The Strange Wonders of Professor Botzmanns Factory
The Alan Parsons Project- I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You
The Black Noodle Project- Escape
Don Byron- Siberian Sleighride
Coldplay- Viva La Vida
Joe Satriani- If I Could Fly
The Reasoning- Call Me God?
Frost*- Experiments in Mass Appeal
Yes- Perpetual Change
Martin Denny- Stardust
Riverside- Rainbow Box
Daedalus- Perfect Smile
Daedalus- Life
Uriah Heep- Ghost of the Ocean
Opeth- Porcelain Heart
RC2- El Diablo Suelto
Tya- Deep Blue
Simon Says- Suddenly the Rain
Blue Oyster Cult- Veteran of the Psychic Wars
Marillion- The Man From Planet Marzipan
David Gilmour- Wearing the Inside Out
Pink Floyd- High Hopes
The Alan Parsons Project- The Raven
Marillion- This Train is My Life
Combustible Edison- 20th Century
Nexus- Perpetuum Karma
Keith Emerson Band- Ignition
Keith Emerson Band- 1st Presence
Keith Emerson Band- Last Horizon
Keith Emerson Band- Miles Away Pt.1
Keith Emerson Band- Miles Away Pt.2
Keith Emerson Band- Crusaders Cross
Keith Emerson Band- Fugue
Boston- The Launch
Boston- Cool the Engines
SNL- J--Z in my Pants
Gotan Project Meets Chet Baker- Round About Midnight
Jean Michel Jarre- Zoolook
Genesis- Carpet Crawlers
Jean Michel Jarre- Zoolook
Bill Watrous- Dirty D
Original Soundtrack Score "Spy Who Loved Me"- Bond 77
Camel- Song within a Song
Seven That Spells- The Men from Dystopia Pt.1
The Moog Cookbook- 25 or 6 to 4
Fish- Do Not Walk Outside This Area
Gov't Mule- Fearless
Eliane Elias- Jazz N' Samba
ProgAid- All Around the World
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on January 12, 2009, 08:08:53 pm
Soundscape #140 Looking Backwards


Welcome one and all to the first edition of Soundscape circa 2009. After a 3 week hiatus we return with an amazing set of music. First we take an opening journey into the Soundscape with some gems that have been jangling in my head), then we dip into 3 amazing albums of 1971: ELP's Pictures at an Exhibition, Led Zeppelin IV, and Genesis- Nursery Cryme. Then we take a short look at some of the amazing music that emerged across the last year. There was so much to choose from that there was no way to do such an endeavour any justice, but take my word for it, there were some fantatsic new tunes that emerged from last years progressive spelunking.

Next week we will be off the air again, but fear not Soundscape will return the weekend after with a look at progressive archaeology (our first proper theme of 2009). If you would like to play along in helping us determine the set for this theme then drop us a line. The theme is archaeology and the songs can be about fossils, digging, ruins, if it fits the archaeology theme, it is fair game.

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ELO- Tightrope
Soundscape Intro
Badfinger- Crimson Ship
Danny Brill- Prelude-Demented
Marillion- Quartz
Grateful Dead- Victim or the Crime
Andreas Vollenweider- The Glass Hall
Grateful Dead- Riverside Rhapsody
Ray Wilson- Bless Me
Edensong- Water Run
Edensong- The Sixth Day
Portal- Your Kettle
Lynn Stokes & The Sol Surfers- Sacred Moon's Light
Spaced Out- Big Crunch
ELP- The Old Castle
ELP- Blues Variation
ELP- Promenade
ELP- The Hut of Baba Yaga
ELP- The Curse of Baba Yaga
ELP- The Hut of Baba Yaga
ELP- The Great Gates of Kiev
Cat Stevens- Peace Train
Dr. Didg- Pianola Strut
Led Zeppelin- Black Dog
Led Zeppelin- Four Sticks
Led Zeppelin- Going to California
Led Zeppelin- The Battle of Evermore
Led Zeppelin- Stairway to Heaven
California Guitar Trio- Classical Gas
Genesis- For Absent Friends
Genesis- The Musical Box
Genesis- The Return of the Giant Hogweed
Genesis- Seven Stones
Genesis- The Fountain of Salmacis
Air- Cassanova 70
Ayreon- Beneath the Waves
RPWL- Masters of War
Fish- Dark Star
Sylvan- Pane of Truth
Bolt- Devils Paintbrush
Simon Says- Suddenly the Rain
Presto Ballet- One Tragedy at a Time
Riverside- Back to the River
Godfrey Townsend- Easy Journey to Other Planets
CCA- Close Your Eyes
Pendragon- Eraserhead
Frost*- Saline
STS9- Mischief of a Sleepwalker
David Gilmour- On the Turning Away
Soundscape outro
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Post by: soundscape on January 27, 2009, 05:58:01 pm
Archaeological Prog


This weeks episode of Soundscape is brought to you by stereo tool, when you want the plugin that will sap the energy of your computer choose stereo tool.

This is our second show of the season and we played some amazing tunes for you. Not only did we dig deep for a set of archaeological prog (thanks to the listeners for playing) we also put together 2 killer sets of new and old that will hopefully flippeth thy lids (as the kids are saying these days). Check out new music from Maze of Time, Fractal, Shinsekai and Lynn Stokes & Sol Surfers.

Next week we return for another gander at 1971. We will finally reach November this time around.

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Phish- The Horse
Phish- Silent in the Morning
Soundscape Intro
Sweet- Love is like Oxygen
Bigelf- The Game
Shinsekai- Return of Progressive Rock
Ozric Tentacles- Eternal Wheel
Shiver- What's Wrong About the Blues?
Galactic- Witch Doctor
Maze of Time- Chemical Sleep Pt 1
Maze of Time- Station to Station
Fractal- Mauves- The Great Pain
Fractal- Mantra: Eternal Spring of Life
Reeves Gabrels- Long Day
Richard Barbieri- Cave
Dada- Ask the Dust
The Who- Dig
Tuner- Dig
King Crimson- Dinosaur
King Crimson- Dig Me
Peter Gabriel- Digging in the Dirt
Fates Warning- Monument
Anubis Spire- Tombs on the Hill
Mike Oldfield- Maya Gold
Birdsongs of the Mesozoic- Primordial Sludge
Presto Ballet- Peace Among the Ruins
Kansas- Sparks of the Tempest
Proto-Kaw- Relics of the Tempest
Spock's Beard- Skeletons at the Feast
Eddie Izzard- Stonehenge
Rush- Carve Away the Stone
Nucleus- Stonescape
Ayreon- Temple of the Cat
Steve Howe- The Fall of Civilization
The Police- Walking in Your Footsteps
Blueground Undergrass- Archaeology
Hans Zimmer- Multiple Jacks
The Derek Trucks Band- Down in the Flood
Jeff Beck- Behind the Veil
Rodrigo Y Gabriella- One
Lunatic Soul- The Final Truth
Achillea- The Seeress Prophecy
Lynn Stokes & Sol Surfers- American Dream
Lynn Stokes & Sol Surfers- Dream Sequence
Duke Ellington- Almost Cried
ELP- Watching Over You
Soundscape Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on February 02, 2009, 06:10:10 am
1971 and Beyond


Show #142 takes us back to 1971 for a couple of fantastic albums, Wallenstein's- Blitzkrieg and Pink Floyd's Meddle. Add to this the usual melange of Soundscape goodies including new music from SBB, Manning, Umphrey's McGee, UKZ, and Circa's newest release HQ. It was Superbowl night and yet we had our biggest crowd in chat ever. Along for the ride were Soundscape Tribe members and those new to the ritual as well. Welcome one and all, and thanks so much for checking out our little niche on the dial.

Next week we present an evening of spontaneous creation as Soundscape will have no theme. We will be calling this next show tangential drift because we will follow the streams of consciousness and rivers of music into the ocean of musical bliss. We look forward to a creation ex nihilo Soundscape presentation. Of course we will season this mix with new music from all over the place. Come and check us out!

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Jean Michel Jarre- Overture
String Cheese Incident- Wake Up
Soundscape Intro
The Rolling Stones- Can't You Hear Me Knocking
Rocket Scientists- Revolution Road
Abney Park- This Dark and Twisted Road
Billy Sherwood- In the Maze of the Garden
Visual Space Access- Point of Third Eye
SBB- Camalele
SBB- Blogoslawione Dni
SBB- Gory Tanzace
Manning- Bloody Holiday!
Manning- A Road Less Travelled
Opium Lounge- The World is Changing
Richie Havens- Alarm Clock
Wallenstein- Lunetic
Wallenstein- The Theme
Wallenstein- The Manhatten Project
Wallenstein- Audiences
Lisence to Lounge- Agua Dolce
John Lee Hooker- I Feel Good
Pink Floyd- Seamus
Pink Floyd- One of These Days
Pink Floyd- A Pillow of Winds
Pink Floyd- Fearless
Pink Floyd- Unknown Song
Lisence to Lounge- Rubisphere
Circa- Chasing Ghosts
Cica- We Can Last
Van Halen- Sunday Afternoon in the Park
Van Halen- Eruption
Umphrey's McGee- Preamble
Umphrey's McGee- Mantis
Jennifer Batten- Whatever
Lisence to Lounge- Rocklands Beach
OSI- Bigger Wave
UKZ- Tu-95
UKZ- Radiation
UK- Carrying No Cross
Lisence to Lounge- Fungi
Jeff Beck- A Day in the Life
Vogon Poetry Outro

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on February 09, 2009, 06:50:09 pm
Tangential Drift


This week we take an experimental journey into spontaneity within the soundscape. Begining with a Traffic Jam and working our way out into the ocean, taking a death trip and finding our way back to the City of Sounds, this is a journey of improvisation. The rules of the game were very simple, follow themes as suggested by the music across the soundsphere into the waiting arms of fate. We had a fantastic time with this idea and we hope you archive listeners will as well. We even got a rare opportunity to listen to new music from Longshanks which is not yet available anywhere :)

Next week we, like many other DLBN folks will be out and about and unable to come to the mic. So we wish you all a happy valentines day. However, next week we will be celebrating our 3rd year on the air and paying tribute to the legendary Eddie Jobson. Also expect new music from ARZ, The Source, and Beyond the Labyrinth.

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Argent- God Gave Rock N Roll to You
Soundscape Intro
Traffic- The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys (live)
Jimi Hendrix- Crosstown Traffic
Longshanks- Leave me Alone
Al Caiola- Mod Squad Theme
Quidam- Letters from the Desert I
Tony Macalpine- Tears of Sahara
Amasaffer- Land of the Dead
Symphony X- Egypt
Richard Wright- Meditertanean C
PFM- Sea of Memory
April Stevens- Do it Again
Marillion- Ocean Cloud
Robert Fripp- Here Comes the Flood (w/ Peter Gabriel)
Porcupine Tree- Drown With Me
David Bowie- My Death
Combustible Edison- Laura's Aura
Caravan- Nine Feet Underground
Supertramp- Dead Man's Blues
Gentle Giant- Underground
Buggles- Inner City
Umphrey's McGee- Bright Lights Big City
Muse- City of Delusion
The Syn- City of Dreams
Talking Heads- Cities (Live)
The New Deal- Technobeam
Rush- The Camera Eye
Duran Duran- Girls on Film
Yes- Into the Lens
Peter Gabriel- Family Snapshot
Suzanne Vega- If You Were in My Movie
Rocket Scientists- Picture Show
The Onion Radio News
The Moody Blues- The Actor
Arling & Cameron- Le Flic Et La Fille
Widespread Panic- City of Dreams
Soundscape Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on February 24, 2009, 04:42:40 am
3 Year Celebration


Well fellow proggers, we have now been on the air for 3 years. It has been full of fun and frivolity and we wanted to recap it by looking at some of the most influential Soundscape sounds across the 3 years we have been on. This represents only a swath of the artists that have made the biggest difference to our little broadcast but you will at least here a lot of fantastic music.

Join us next week for the March history show as well as lots of new music. For those who have been waiting, the Jobson special has been put off until the 2nd week of March.

Put on your sailing shoes kids!

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The Who- Pinball Wizard
Journey- To Play Some Music
Soundscape Intro
PFM- Celebration
Led Zeppelin- Celebration Day
Jeff Beck- Led Boots
King Crimson- Elephant Talk (Live)
The Beatles- Come Together
Artimesia- Her Infinite Variety (Club Mix)
Circa- If It's Not Too Late
Yes- Dreamtime
Trevor Rabin- Can't Look Away (Live)
Alkemx- Time to Lounge
Genesis- The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway (Live)
Genesis- Calling All Stations (Live)
Fish- Incubus (Live)
Carpatica- Space
Strawberry Fields- Close
Strawberry Fields- Flow
Kite- If You Were Dead
Kite- Sleeping in Thunder
Liscence to Lounge- Waterwerk
Older Soundscape Intro
Rush- Cygnus X-1 Book II Hemispheres
Marillion- This is the 21st Century
Touchstone- The Mad Hatter's Song
Liscence to Lounge- In My Mind
Alan Parsons- Oh Life (There Must be More)
Rubber Universe- Let Me Rule Your Heart
Godfrey Townsend- Whitefeather
Liscence to Lounge- 60's A GoGo
Erik Norlander- A Salty Dog
Rocket Scientists- Enjoy the Weather (overplayed but we love it)
Tinyfish- Nine Months on Fire
Longshanks- The Web of Life
Ghost Circus- Through the Light Pt4 The Sea of Shadow
Aria- Dido
Todd Snider- Talking Seattle Grunge Rock Blues
Todd Snider- Statisticians Blues
Farpoint- Cold Star
Porcupine Tree- Arriving Somewhere (Live)
Afro Celt Sound System- Riding the Waves
Lyn Stokes & Sol Surfers- Let Go
Soundscape Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on March 04, 2009, 07:06:49 am
Another History of 71 show.


Welcome to another faithful edition of Soundscape. This week we check out 3 new prog bands: ARZ, The Source, and Headshear (no so new, but new to us). We also catch up with 3 more albums from 1971 in our ongoing history of prog series: King Crimson's- Islands, Beggar's Opera- Water of Change, and Gong's- Camembert Electrique. We top it all off with a healthy helping of prog from all over the time and space scape. You will not be disappointed, unless you were expecting the Spanish Inquisition.

Next week we will take a long look at the creative works of Master Eddie Jobson. This is a theme that has long been in waiting and now with the release of the recent UKZ album it is a perfect time to see Eddie historically and today.

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ELO- Fire on High
Soundscape Intro
Jethro Tull- Fallen on Hard Times
Genesis- Twilight Alehouse
Bittertown- The Chase
Quidam- Of Illusions
Imada- Cubatecha
David Gilmour- Echoes
Porcupine Tree- Tinto Brass
Marillion- Fantastic Place
Zeb- The Water and the Sun
Leon Russell- Beware of Darkness
King Crimson- Formentera Lady
King Crimson- Sailor's Tale
King Crimson- Islands
Santana- No One To Depend On
P'taah- The Oldest Story (Swags New Story Vocal Mix)
Harry Nilsson- The Town
Harry Nilsson- Me and My Arrow
Beggar's Opera- I've No Idea
Beggar's Opera- Silver Peacock Intro
Beggar's Opera- Silver Peacock
Beggar's Opera- The Fox
Gong- You Can't Kill Me
Gong- Fohat Digs Holes in Space
Gong- Wet Cheese Delerium
Madrid De Los Aistrias- Buscando (Karuan vs. Circus Remix)
ARZ- Spindleshank
ARZ- Stomp
Rodrigo Y Gabriela- Take Five
The Source- Until Morning Time
Headshear- The Walking Tapestry
Josh & Co. Limited- Through These Eyes
Bit Stream Dream- Transcendental
Foreigner- Starrider (Live 2005)
It Bites- Memory of Water
The Pineapple Thief- Sinners
Pendragon- Indigo
Falco- It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Emo- The Real Thing
ELO- Above the Clouds
Orkestra- Fly Away
Orchestra- Twist & Shout
ELO- The Diary of Horace Wimp
ELO- From the End of the World
ELO- Poker
Orkestra- Beyond the Dream
2 Block Radius- You Can't Have Your Cake
Orchestra- Before We Go
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on March 11, 2009, 04:51:49 am
Jammin With Jobson


Greeting from Soundscape. This show is dedicated to the amazing and talented Eddie Jobson. Jobson has been involved in the prog scene in many capacities throughout his life. You may recognize him as the violin and key player for UK, but he has been in so many bands and played on so much great music that it was really difficult to pare down. Just what are the most representative tracks for this amazing musician. I would like to say that we grabbed them here God knows we tried. We missed some very powerful stuff from Eddie but we do hope that this sampling of his genius gets you rolling into the stores to find out more about this superconductor (even if he does wear a pink jumpsuit on stage once in while).

Also in this episode new music from Seven Day Hunt, and some rather old stuff from Tinyfish. Add to this the normal dose of weird and wonderful, your sick but present DJ, and Suzi who keeps us all on track and you have what is know as Soundscape #146 Jammin with Jobson.

Caveat- Due to the use of a Frank Zappa piece- younger ears should be kept in a bucket.

Next week- Radio Games! We had so much fun with our recent spontaneous broadcast Tangential Drift, that we are going to do another show of radio games with you listeners. Requests are certainly invited, but we will be playing: Degrees of Seperation from Tony Levin, Connect the Dots, and if time allows we will ride through another tangential drift. Please come joins us for another thrilling edition of Soundscape.

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ELO Pt 2- Power of A Million Lights
Soundscape Intro
Yes- Real Love
Burning SpearManning- Ships
Osada Vida- Liver (Mr. Livers Letter to You)
Yak- Entangled in Dreams
Liscence to Lounge- Coming Back
Tinyfish- The June Jar
Tinyfish- Driving All Night
Tinyfish- All Hands Lost
Seven Day Hunt- Etched
Seven Day Hunt- In Delusion
Burning Spear- Trust
Bryan Ferry- Sea Breezes
Eddie Jobson- Resident
Bill Bruford- Sahara of Snow Pts 1 & 2
U.K.- In the Dead of Night
U.K.- By the Light of Day
Opium Lounge- Deep Inside of Me
Eddie Jobson- Inner Secrets
UKZ- Houston
Curved Air- U.H.F.
Bryan Ferry- Sympathy for the Devil
Jethro Tull- Uniform
John Wetton- As Long as You Want Me Here
Eddie Jobson- Awakes as A Bear
Jethro Tull- Black Sunday (Live from Slipstream)
King Crimson- Larks Tongue in Aspic
Roxy Music- Out of the Blue
Frank Zappa- Punky's Whips
Jethro Tull- Locomotive Breath (Live from Slipstream)
Master Cylinder- Jung at Heart
Quidam- No Quarter
Supertramp- Words Unspoken
Fish- Tiki 4
Todd Snider- Beer Run
Liscence to Lounge- La Mer
Bigelf- The Evils of Rock n Roll
The Onion Radio News
Frost*- Here is the News
Rush- La Villa Strangiato
Harley & Muscle feat. Nicole Graham-Just Breathe
Wilco- Via Chicago
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on March 17, 2009, 05:07:07 am
Soundscape Gameshow


Greetings from the Sonicsphere! This weeks Soundscape is a game show. In this episode we play 3 games that will frame the show. The first game is "Connect the Dots" in which the ending word or piece of word has to be found in the begining of the next song. In Game 2 we play "Degrees of Seperation with Tony Levin". Starting with a randomly picked song, we move from band to band until we find someone who has collaborated with Tony. Finally we had such fun with the last Tangential Drift episode that we present a shortened version at the end of the show. Also in this episode you will here new music from Blind Ego's 'Numb' and Wishing Tree's 'Ostara'. All in all a fantastically fun show and one that you will thoroughly enjoy.

Next weeks show will be a Gardening show. Is there gardening in prog? We think so and we will prove it. However, if you have a good gardening suggestion just drop it at one of the contact links below.

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Kansas- Play the Game Tonight
Soundscape Intro
Ayreon- Ride the Comet
Credo- Too late...
Credo-...To Say Goodbye
Cosmics- Voyages of Discovery
Utopia- Play this Game
Dizzy Gillespie- Woody 'n' You
Steven Wilson- Significant Other
Frost*- The Other Me
Elbow- Mexican Standoff
Les Claypool- Off-White Guilt
Blind Ego- Guilt
King Kooba- Dreaming of You
Blind Ego- Numb
Blind Ego- Change
Phish- Contact
Mike Rutherford- Acting Very Strange
Porcupine Tree- Stranger by the Minute
Iron Maiden- 2 Minutes to Midnight
Qualone- Midnight Sunday
The Allman Brothers Band- Midnight Rider
The Doors- Riders on the Storm
Jethro Tull- Stormy Monday Blues
Parallel or 90 Degrees- Blues for Lear
Spyro Gyra- Bob Goes to the Store
The Wishing Tree- Hollow Hills
The Wishing Tree- Fly
Marillion- Between You and Me
Transatlantic- Suite Charlotte Pike
The Tangent- Photosynthesis
Porcupine Tree- Don't Hate Me
Gavin Harrison & 05Ric- Sometime
King Crimson- Red (live)
Bela Fleck and the Flecktones- Subterfuge
Emerson, Lake & Powell- Learning to Fly
Speechless- In the Clouds
Yes- Arriving UFO
Steve Hillage- UFO over Paris
Rush- Alien Shore
Joe Satriani- Surfing with the Alien
OSI- Bigger Wave
Enchant- Broken Wave
Achillea- The Seeress Prophecy
Anathema- Unchained (Tales of the Unexpected)
Soundscape Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on March 24, 2009, 04:28:09 am
Gardening with Soundscape


Spring has sprung dear listeners and it was up to us, misguided though we may be, to offer a transitional passage and mark the occasion. With the Ides of March behind us we figured we might as well go for broke and present our version of the garden. You know that song by CSNY about having to get back to the garden...not here. But we do have some lovely music that will perhaps put some spring in your step.

We also take a listen to new music by Satellite and Factory of Dreams, and a new shredder named Tony Hernando hits us with one of his best shots.

Next week we tackle the question of questions in prog. We will look at all the questions that prog artsists ask and we will attempt answer some of them. Your question requests are valuable so please let us know what questions you would like considered.

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Moon Safari- Constant Bloom
Marillion- Garden Party
Soundscape Intro
Greg Ellis- Ceremony of Passage
The Fixx- Deeper & Deeper
Quidam- Of llusions
Circa- Twist of Fate
Frank Zappa- Dog Breath Variations
SAndrerasatellite- Every Desert Got It's Ocean
Satellite- Am I Losing Touch
Factory of Dreams- Weight of the World
Jeavestone- Extended Massive Orgasm
Medeski, Martin &Wood- Queen Bee
Pink Floyd- Grantchester Meadows
Fleet Foxes- Blue Ridge Mountains
Yes- Steve Howe Guitar Solo
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss- Trampled Rose
Jethro Tull- Mother Goose
Andreas Vollenweider- Flight Feet & Root Hands
Jethro Tull- March the Mad Scientist
Anthony Phillips- March
Moon Safari- Bluebells
Monty Python- Dennis Moore
Yes- Universal Garden
Billy Sherwood- In the Maze of th Garden
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass- Rosemary
The Nice- Flower King of Flies
Roine Stolt- The Flower King
RPWL- Roses
Marillion- Fruit of the Wild Rose
Guster- (Nothing But) Flowers
Pink Martini- Hang on Little Tomato
Dr. Science- How Plants Grow
Tears for Fears- Sowing the Seeds of Love
Steve Morse- Organically Grown
Hawkwind- Garden Pests
Monty Python- Dennis Moore Continued
Jon Anderson- Meeting (Garden of Geda/Sound out the Galleon)
R.E.M.- Gardening at Night
The Cure- This Twilight Garden
Fish- Say it With Flowers
Alice in Wonderland- Painting the Roses Red
Supertramp- Take the Long Way Home
Accordo Dei Contrari- Meghiste Kinesis
The Onion Radio News
The Reasoning- Aching Hunger
Phil Manzanera- Fortunately I Had One With Me
Combustible Edison- In the Garden of Earthly Delights
Frost*- Falling Down
Blind Ego-Lost
Portal- Splitzkrein
Tony Hernando- Driven by Fear
Wonderful World of Joey- Days of Wine & Roses
Townes- Van Zandt- Dead Flowers
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on April 01, 2009, 05:28:08 am
Questioning Soundscape


This is one of our more off the wall ideas for a theme show. Nevertheless it was a lot of fun and we hope you enjoy it. The theme is simply the questions that prog rock asks us. You will understand when you listen. We also have new tuneage from Coste Apetrea and Roswell Six. We think you will enjoy both of these amazing pieces of music.

Next week we take one last look at 1971. I know we have said that before but thistime for really! We are really going to do it. I am not kidding, we will listen to the last influential progressive releases from late 1971. Please come join us for yet another crazy edition of prog history.

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The Moody Blues- Question
Soundscape Intro
Riverside- Rainbow Box
Spock's Beard- Surfing Down the Avalanche
Danny Brill- Baker's Dozen
OSI- Once
Steven Wilson- Get All You Deserve
Lisence to Lounge- Clifton Bay
Roswell Six- Here Be Monsters
Roswell Six- The Winds of War
Unknown- Working Man's Theme
Coste Apetrea- Magicians Gloves
Coste Apetrea- Mental Oil
Fish- Faithhealer
Lisence to Lounge- Engraving
Pink Floyd- Summer '68
PFM- Is My Face On Straight?
Atomic Rooster- Do You KNow Who's Looking For You?
The Who- Who Are You?
Blues Traveler- What's For Breakfast?
STS9- EB
Planet P Project- Why Me?
Yes- Does It Really Happen?
RPWL- Who Do You Think We Are?
Monty Python- Are You Embarrased Easily?
Porcupine Tree- What Happens Now?
Rush- Where's My Thing?
Trio of Doom- Are You the One?
Keely Smith- What is This Thing Called Love?
The Dukes of the Stratosphere- What in the World?
Tony Levin- What Would Jimi Do?
Blue Man Group- What is Rock?
Max Webster- What Do You Do With the Urge?
Dr. Science- Do Drugs Feel Pain When They Are Abused?
Fish- What Colour is God?
Blackfield- Where is My Love?
MMW- What Now?
Greenslade- What Are You Doing To Me?
Genesis- Who Dunnit?
Ken Nordine- Where Did You Go?
Pink Floyd- Is There Anybody Out There?
Rick Wakeman & Bonnie Tyler- Is Anybody There?
Enya- How Can I Keep From Singing?
The Motet- What Have We Done?
Blind Ego- Numb
Maze of Time- Temple of the Gods
Alan Parson Project- Where's the Walrus?
Pink Floyd- Pigs (3 Different Ones)
Chill Lounge San Fran- Lost Paradise
The Alan Parsons Project- No Answers Only Questions
Soundscape Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on April 06, 2009, 05:13:31 pm
The last of 1971


The history lesson for 1971 seems to have gone on forever. However, in this episode we will explore the last 2 great prog albums of 1971: Mahavishnu's "Inner Mounting Flame" and Traffic's "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys". Plus there is a smattering of left overs from 1971 that you might like as well.

For our new remnants of the week we have tunes from Queensryche, TCP, Ashent, and OSI. Definitely worth the download!

Next week our theme will be Las Vegas! Songs of gambling and debauchery for the well worn high rollers. If you have suggestions please send them to the email listed below.

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Shirley Bassey- Where Do I Begin (Away Team Mix)
Soundscape Intro
Govt. Mule- Lay Your Burden Down>
Govt Mule- Smokestack Lightning>
Govt Mule- Lay Your Burden Down
Presto Ballet- Easy Tomorrow
Lttle Atlas- Hollow
Alan Barratt- King of Rock
TCP- Mnkind
TCP- Sheep
OSI- The Escape Artist
OSI- Radiologue
Roswell Six- Ishalem
The Onion Radio News
Longshanks- The Wandering Merchant
Longshanks- The Traveling Song Pt2
Greenskeepers- Mesopotamian
Wishbone Ash- Where Were You Tomorrow
The Mahavishnu Orchestra- Dawn
The Mahavishnu Orchestra- The Noonward Race
Fela Kuti- Black Man's Cry
Los Straitjackets- Sing, Sing, Sing
The Move- Message from the Country
Paul McCartney- 3 Legs
John Lennon- How Do You Sleep
Traffic- Hidden Treasure
Traffic- Many a Mile to Freedom
Traffic- Light Up or Leave Me Alone
Traffic- The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
The Hollies- Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress
Ursula 1000- That Kindu That You Do
Jeavestone- Innocence/Voices of the Shadows/The Relief
Bittertown- Kick the Habit
Long John Baldry- Intro: Conditional Discharge
Long John Baldry- Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie on the King of Rock & Roll
Umphrey's McGee- Another Brick in the Wall/Thriller
Porcupine Tree- A Smart Kid
Stereophonic Space Sound- 4th Gear Left Hand Corner
Queensryche- Dead Man's Words
Queensryce- The Voice
Ashent- Starlinked Innerness
Parallel or 90 Degrees- A Man of Thin Air
Esquivel- Delta Dawn
Anathema- One Last Goodbye
Esquivel- Good Nite
Soundscape Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on April 14, 2009, 06:09:39 am
Soundscape #151 Vegas


This weeks show tries to connect itself to the glitz of the Las Vegas strip. I have not made it out to Vegas as of yet, so it may fail miserably but we had a great time playing around on the air anyway. Also check out new tunes from The Decembrists & Derek Sherinian, and one song from the forthcoming Touchstone album.

Next week our theme will be childhood. We are looking for music that reminisces about childhood and childish things. Requests, ideas, please send them along.

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Fish- Lost Plot
Soundscape Intro
Circa- Remember Along the Way
RPWL- Spring of Freedom
The Reasoning- Absolute Zero
Anekdoten- A Sky About to Rain
Mosly Autumn- Walk With a Storm
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass-A Taste of Honey
The Decemberists- The Hazards of Love Pt1
The Decemberists- The Wanting Comes in Waves
The Grateful Dead- Little Red Rooster
Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited- Harlem Nightdrive
Rush- Dreamline
Camel- Wait
Steely Dan- Show Biz Kids
Cowboy Junkies- Ooh Las Vegas
Beardfish- Roulette
Tipsy- Mr. Excitement
Govt Mule- Money
Bigelf- Money, It's Pure Evil
Marillion- Money, Money, Money
Steve Martin- Vegas
King Crimson- Easy Money
Yes- Money
Rush- The Big Money
The Squirrels- Money
Fish- Lucky
Steve Howe- Luck of the Draw
Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds- So Damn Lucky
Colosseum- Plenty Hard Luck
Chris Squire- Lucky Seven
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers- You Got Lucky
Eliot Easton's Tiki Gods- Mr. Lucky
Rush- Roll the Bones
Alan Parsons Project- Snake Eyes
Hunter S. Thompson- Las Vegas April 29th
The Flower Kings- Rollin the Dice
UK- Caesar's Palace Blues
ELO- Poker
Eric Claptom- Sinner's Prayer
Woody Allen- Vegas
Dread Zeppelin- Viva Las Vegas
Mike Oldfield- Blue Saloon
Bolt- Vanilla
Muse- Knights of Cydonia
Frost*- Pocket Sun
Touchstone- Zinomorph (radio edit)
Derek Sherinian- Molecular (Intro)
Derek Sherinian- Molecular Heinosity
Dead Soul Tribe- Powertrip
Porcupine Tree- Blackest Eyes
PizzicatoFive- Twiggy Twiggy/ Twiggy vs. James Bond
Tom Waits- The Piano Has Been Drinking
Los Trios Marillios- Easter
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on April 28, 2009, 05:07:10 am
Soundscape #153 Escape Velocity- Poland

Welcome to another edition of Soundscape. This weeks theme is prog rock from Poland and we have quite a set of great music for you to chck out. As prog goes Poland has a small gathering of bands compared to say England or Holland, but what thye lack in quantity they gain in quality. This is our 4th edition of Escape Velocity and we enjoyed the mix quite alot. We hope you do too,

Also check out Also Eden and Wobbler, both new to the Soundscape catalog of sounds- Great stuff! Please let us know what you think.

Next week we will be offering music from 1972.Our history lessons have been quite popular and we are sure that you will enjoy this trip into the past of prog.

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String Cheese Incident- The Thrill is Gone
Soundscape Intro
Time Traveler- The Journey
Time Traveler- The Pioneers
Time Traveler- The Introduction
Time Traveler- The Traveler
Fractal- The Monkey's Paw
The Fireman- Travelling Light
Also Eden- Artificial Light
Also Eden- Outside In
Wobbler- Inperial Winter White
Wobbler- Armoury
Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited- Enter the Tiger
Moonrise- Help Me I Can't Help Myself
Abraxas- Czakramy
Ankh- The Trick
Believe- Needles in My Brain (cut for some reason)
Air- Universal Traveler
Collage- Wings in the Night
Lunatic Soul- The Final Truth
Amarok- Wendigo
Marco Lo Musico- Variations on a Theme by Chopin
Dr. Science- Chopin Surprise
SBB- Rozmowa z Mistrzem
Bela Fleck and Edgar Meyer- Bonnaroo Traveler
Satellite- Afraid of What We Say
Strawberry Fields- River's Gone Dry
Quidam- They Are There To Remind Us
Quidam- Wish You Were Here
Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass- Tijuana Taxi
Riverside- Ultimate Trip
Millenium- Angelfire
Animations- Sonic Maze
Division By Zero- Division By Zero
Osada Vida- Spine (In Full Swing)
Abraxas- Excalibur
Millenium- Dawn
Burning Spear- Let's Move
Easy Star All-Stars- A Day in the Life
Velvet Desperados- Reggae on the Moon
Chris De Burgh- A Spaceman Came Traveling
Soundscape Outro
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Post by: soundscape on May 09, 2009, 07:03:43 am
Wow! It has taken me some time to get to the point of putting the notes out for the show. My appologies for that.

In this episode we feature new music from Red Sand, Ozric Tentacles, and Ty Tabor. Our theme shoots us right to the begining of 1972 where we check out some of the best prog releases and some great old classic rock.

Originally there was no plan to have a show this weekend, but due to unforseen non-circumstances, now there will be.

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Farpoint- Sojourn
Soundscape Intro
Rocket Scientists- Dark Water Pt.3
Rocket Scientists- Aqua Vitae
Pendragon- Indigo
Jrdan Rudess- Piece of the Pi
Umphreys McGee- Cemetary Walk I and II
Los Albinos- Bing Bang Conga
Red Sand- Love and Music
Red Sand- How Can You Help Me?
Jeff Beck- Eternity's Breath
Jeff Beck- Stratus
Billy Cobham- Shabazz
Frost*- Black Light Machine
B.B. King- Cryin Won't Help You Babe
ELO- 10538 Overture
Procol Harum w/ the Edmonton Orchestra- Conquistador
Jerry Garcia- The Wheel
Jimi Hendrix- Little Wing
Yes- Roundabout
Yes- South Side of the Sky
Firesign Theatre- The Giant Toad
Firesign Theatre- I was a Cock Teaser for Roosterama
Yes- Mood for a Day
Ys- Heart of the Sunrise
Michel Camillo- Rhapsody In Blue
Jackson Browne- Rock Me on the Water
Strawbs- On Growing Older
Strawbs- New World
Strawbs- Tomorrow
Strawbs- Queen of Dreams
Nick Drake- Pink Moon
Neil Young- The Needle and the Damage Done
Leon Russell- Tight Rope
David Arnold- Bond in Haiti/Somebody Wants to Kill You/Greene and Camille/Pursuit at Port Au Prince
Todd Rundgren- I Saw the Light
PFM- Introduzione
PFM- Impressioni Di Settembre
PFM- E' Festa
PFM- Grazie Davvero
The Allman Brothers Band- Blue Sky
The Bad Plus- Here We Test Our Powers of Observation
PFM- Is My Face On Straight
Ozric Tentacles- YumYum Tree
Ozric Tentacles- Plant Music
Ty Tabor- She's A Tree
For Absent Friends- Billy
Psychic for Radio- School's Out
John Cowan Band- Runnin' with the Devil
Herb Alpert- Cinco De Mayo
Porcupine Tree- Open Car
Porcupine Tree- Sleep Together
Frost*- Saline
Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited- Harlem Nightdrive
Hot Tuna- Keep on Truckin
Soundcape Vogon Poetry Outro
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Post by: soundscape on May 25, 2009, 10:04:39 am
Soundscape #156 The Prog Listeners Guide to the Galaxy

Don't Panic! It's another library show nd this time we are paying homage to one of our favorite writers and satirists, Douglas Adams. Douglas was best known for his 5 book trilogy and radio shows, The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. If you have not read this holly remarkable book yet, put down your Encyclopedia Galactica, and bang the rocks together guy. For heavens sake mankind Megadodo publications is only 10-20 light years away!

Although archaeologists continue to dig for substance for next weeks show, nothing has been found. Therefore we your humble Dj's are most likely to er um wing it :)

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Jody Talbot- Journey of the Sorceror
ELO- New World Rising/Ocean Breakup
Jody Talbot- The Dolphins
Hilary Summers et al- So Long an Thanks for all the Fish
Soundscape Intro
Saga- The Human Condition
Saga- Step Inside
BBC Radio productions of Hitchhikers Guide are interspersed throughout
Chain- Earthscape V- The Planet is Fine- Earthscape VI
Porcupine Tree- Fear of a Blank Planet
Stanton Moore- Dunkin in the Deep
ELO- From the End of the World
Also Eden- Outside In
The Flower Kings- The Last Minute on Earth
Porcupine Tree-Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before it is Recycled
Boston- Hitch a Ride
Jim Weider- Percolator
The Flaming Lips- The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song
Devin Townsend- Planet Smasher
Hawkwind- Space Dust
MMW- End of the World Party
Blackfield- End of the World
Erik Norlander- Hyperspace
Ozric Tentacles- Spirals in Hyperspace
Chick Corea/Bela Fleck- Spectacle
Disen Gage- Ikar's Guide to the Galaxy
The Reasoning- In the Future
Bat for Lashes- Two Planets
Bat for Lashes- Daniel
Bob Newhart- The Infinite Number of Monkeys
Neil Young- Heart of Gold
Asia- Heart of Gold
Hawkwind- Space Chase
Godfrey Townsend- Easy Journey to Other Planets
Stanton Moore- Big 'Uns Get the Ball Rolling
Wetton/Downes- Raven
Wetton/Downes- Anna's Kiss
Kalaban- Schroedingers Cat
Radiohead- Paranoid Android
The Alan Parsons Project- Breakdown
The Onion Radio News
Umphrey's McGee- Robot World
Stephen Fry- Reasons to be Miserable (HisName is Marvin)
Kalaban- Sleepless
Procol Harum- Grand Hotel
Paul Simon- Late in the Evening
Margo Buchanan- Rockstar
Disaster Area- Only the End of the World Again
Pink Floyd- Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
Patchwork- Marvin (fur Douglas Adams)
Pink Floyd & Douglas Adams- Brain Damage/Eclipse
Frameshift- Above the Grass Pt2
Air- One Hell of a Party
Chain- Last Chance to See
Vogon Poetry Ending
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Post by: soundscape on June 02, 2009, 05:34:19 am
Soundscape #157
After last weeks progstravaganza tribute to Douglas Adams, we take a break from theming this week and play a ton of new music, and some oldies we had forgotten about for a while.

For the next 2 weeks Soundscape will not be on the air due to my shipping out for San Francisco. However, here are a ton of great shows you can check out in our absence and if you are lucky they may even pirate in my spot. I could reccomend one but there are so many amazing shows on DLBN that you will just have to try them all.

When Soundscape returns we will continue our history lessons with more music from early 1972. Also on the horizon is more Escape Velocity, Library episodes, and Georgia Prog show. All this and more as we continue our mission to seek out new prog and new musical machinations and boldly go where no prog show has gone before.

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Billy Sherwood- Alive and Wondering
Soundscape Intro
Umphrey's McGee- Made to Measure
Asia- A.L.O.
ARZ- Futureman
Yes- Going for the One
Astra- Silent Sleep
Porcupine Tree- Fadeaway
Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited- Nassau Shake Down
And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead- Giants Causeway- Far Pavillions- Isis Unveiled
Satellite- Afraid of What We Say
Spock's Beard- With Your Kiss
MMW- Uninvisible
Oresound Space Collective- Space Fountain- Orbital Elevator
Ozric Tentacles- Oolong Oolong
Steve Miller Band- Evil
Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler- Yakety Axe
Phish- Time Turns Elastic
Frank Zappa- Bobby Brown Goes Down (Parental Advisory)
Mostly Autumn- Tearing at the Faerytale
Little Atlas- Preying
Easy Star All Stars- Kaleidoscope Dub
Les Claypool- Mushroom Men- Amanitas
Jolly- Inside the Womb
Jolly- Carousel of Whale
Yngwie Malmsteen- Save Our Love
The Onion Radio News
Villebrad- Alskade Maskin- Amerika
Longshanks- Desert
Air- Californie
Circa- Shifting Sands
Circa- Life Goes On
Roswell Six- Letters in a Bottle
Roswell Six- The Call of the Sea
Porter Wagoner- The Rubber Room
Jaimoe's Jasssz Band- A Change is Gonna Come
Vogon Poetry Ending
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Post by: soundscape on June 27, 2009, 10:30:30 am
Soundscape #158 March 1972
◦Cracker- Turn on Tune In Drop Out With Me
◦Soundscape Intro
◦Touchstone- Prelude
◦Touchstone- Wintercoast
◦Also Eden- A Widow's Eyes
◦No- Man- Beautiful Songs You Should Know
◦Ursula 1000- Beatbox Cha Cha
◦TCP- You Can Never Know
◦IQ- Stronger than Friction
◦The Tangent- Not as Good As the Book
◦Ursula 1000- Smokebomb
◦Thin Lizzy- The Rise and Dear Demise of the Funky Nomadic Tribes
◦Frank Zappa and The Mothers- Call Any Vegetable
◦Wishbone Ash- Blowin Free
◦Ursula 1000- That Kindu That You Do
◦Flash- Children of the Universe
◦Flash- Dreams of Heaven
◦Flash- Small Beginnings
◦Ursula 1000- Riviera Rendezvous
◦Taj Mahal- Texas Woman Blues (bad files)
◦Cream-Sunshine of Your Love
◦Deep Purple- Space Truckin'
◦Ursula 1000- Boogaloop
◦Jethro Tull- Thick as a Brick Pt1
◦Ursula 1000- Les Techniques De L'amour
◦Elf Project- Serene
◦Elf Project- Norwegian Wood
◦Elf Project- Whisper the Memory of Old
◦Amy X Nueburg- My God
◦Ursula 1000- Mucho Tequila
◦Overhead- Butterfly's Cry
◦Overhead- A Captain on the Shore
◦Marillion- Warm Wet Circles
◦Marillion- That Time of the Night
◦Ursula 1000- The Girl From N.O.W.H.E.R.E.
◦No-Man- All Sweet Things
◦Soundscape Vogon Poetry Outro
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Post by: soundscape on June 29, 2009, 03:45:29 pm
Your DJ were late but we did not forget to bring the tunez.

◦Dame Shirley Bassey- Get the Party Started
◦Soundscape Intro
◦The Allman Brothers Band- End of the Line
◦RPWL- Start the Fire
◦The Flower Kings- Selfconsuming Fire
◦Circa- Ever Changing World
◦Elf Project- The Road of Change
◦Chick Corea and Bela Fleck- Mountain
◦Eureka feat. Bill Sherwood- The Challenge
◦Eureka feat. Yogi Lang- Heading South
◦Eureka- In Search of Relief
◦Kate Bush- Under Ice
◦David Gilmour- Mihalis
◦Chick Corea an Bela Fleck- Spectacle
◦Riverside- Driven to Destruction
◦Riverside- Egoist Hedonist
◦The Sean Baker Orchestra- Classical Gas
◦The Sean Baker Orchestra- Mike Varney's Mexican Vacation
◦Corea and Fleck- A Strange Romance
◦Chickenfoot- Future's in the Past
◦Chickenfoot- Avenida Revolution
◦OSI- Microburst Alert
◦Tuner- Better Take Your Head Off
◦Boris Savodelli and Elliot Sharp- Khaotic Life
◦Steely Dan- Bodhisattva
◦Corea and Fleck- Brazil
◦Paul Cusick- Everblue
◦Paul Cusick- Fade Away
◦Paul Cusick- Touch
◦Steve Kimock and Crazy Engine- While We Wait
◦The Bad Plus w/Wendy Lewis- Long Distance Runaround
◦Corea and Fleck- Menagerie
◦Touchstone- Hear Me
◦Touchstone- The Mad Hatter's Song
◦Corea Fleck- The Enchantment
◦Eddie From Ohio- When the Last Page is Turned
◦Vogon Poetry Outro

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Post by: soundscape on July 21, 2009, 05:03:52 am
Soundscape #162- Banjo Prog

After a brief hiatus, Soundscape returns with a setlist that we believe will have you jumping for joy. To begin with new music abounds throughout the opening and closing sets. Plus our theme- Banjo in Prog is one of our favorite themes in a while. We certainly did not exhaust the possibilities of what could be offered, but we found a lot of great songs for this section of the show.

Background this week comes from Jim Weiders previous album, Percolater. Look for new Jim Weider in the future. You can find him here-http://www.jimweider.com/page.asp?pageid=1

Due to some issues with tech here at DLBN not every show will download with the link. Here is the direct access link for your downloading, or you can drop Soundscape into your aggregator and maintain a subscription.

Next week we will be going back to April 1972.

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    * Billy Joel- Travelin Prayer
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Merle Saunder and the Rain Forest Band- Merl's Tune
    * Mangrove- Time Will Tell
    * Kate Bush- Experiment 4
    * Echo Us- Fantastic Elevation
    * Jake Shimabukuro- Dragon
    * Copernicus- The Quark Gluon Plasma
    * Banjo Set
    * Bela Fleck- Kabibi
    * Peter Gabriel- Excuse Me
    * Primus- De Anza Jig
    * Bela Fleck and the Flecktones- Sinister Minister
    * Phil Collins- The Roof is Leaking
    * Procol Harum- Simple Sister
    * Tiles- Ballad of theSacred Cows
    * The Decemberists- The Queen's Approach
    * The Decemberists- Isn't it a Lovely Night?
    * No-Man- All the Blue Changes
    * Gazpacho- Massive Illusion
    * Led Zeppelin- Gallows Pole
    * Porcupine Tree- Last Chance to Evacuate...
    * Saga- Giant
    * The Who- Eyesight to the Blind
    * Mike Oldfield- Moonshine
    * Mastodon- Divinations
    * Between the Buried and Me- Sun of Nothing
    * David Gilmour- Then I close My Eyes
    * End of Banjo Set
    * Diablo Swing Orchestra- Poetic Pitbull Revolutions (Bad cut)
    * Diablo Swing Orchestra- Ballrog Boogie
    * Diablo Swing Orchestra- Ragdoll Physics
    * The Sean Baker Orchestra- Whichway to Radioland
    * Morglbl- Myspacebook
    * Morglbl- Jazz for the Deaf
    * Riverside- Hybrid Times
    * Kathleen Edwards- Goodnight, California
    * Agents of Mercy- A Different Sun
    * Godsticks- Puppy Gardener
    * Greg Brown- Just By Myself
    * Vogon Outro
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Post by: soundscape on July 28, 2009, 06:35:03 pm
Soundscape #162 B April 1972

Hello music fans! Here is another humdinger of a show for yas. We have new music from Dennis DeYoung, The Vital Might, Jack Yello, Eli, Farther Paint, and Diablo Swing Orchestra. Our theme this week was April 1972 as we continue our prog rock history lessons we pay attention to Caravan's 4th outing Waterloo Lily, and Robert Wyatt's post soft machine project Matching Mole. This is all tied up with other music of note from early 1972 and our usual mix of gems found during our week of musical spelunking.

We have 2 upcoming themes that we would like your input into. The first one will be this next weekend when we put together the prog wardrobe. We need songs about pants, jackets, hats and other remnants of apparel that a progressive gentleman or lady would wear. The 2 weeks away, we will be developing a literature theme based upon the life of King Arthur. No worries we will include some of Wakeman's classic, but put on your thinking caps and let us know what other songs might fit this theme. Send yoursuggestions to us by writing woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Journey- Destiny
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Dennis DeYoung- One Hundred Years From Now
    * Dennis DeYoung- I Don't Believe In Anything
    * Danny Brill- Yes it Is, No It's Not
    * Echo Us- State of Expectation
    * The Vital Might- Phantom Spaceman
    * The Vital Might- City
    * The Vital Might- 5 O 'Clock
    * Steven Wilson- No Twilight Within the Courts of the Sun
    * Porcupine Tree- Meantime
    * 1972 Set
    * ELO- 10538 Overture
    * ELO- First Movement (Jumping Biz)
    * ELO- The Battle of Marston Moor (July 2nd 1644)
    * Richard Thompson- Roll Over Vaughn Williams
    * Jethro Tull- Thick as a Brick Pt.2
    * Fleetwood Mac- Bare Trees
    * Caravan- Waterloo Lily
    * Caravan- Nothing At All
    * Caravan- It's Coming
    * Caravan- The Love In Your Eye
    * Dr. John- Mess Around
    * Matching Mole- O Caroline
    * Matching Mole- Instant Pussy
    * Matching Mole- Part of the Dance
    * Matching Mole- Immediate Curtain
    * Captain Beyond- Raging River of Fear
    * ZZ Top- Just Got Paid
    * End 1972 set
    * Marillion- Under the Sun
    * Saga- A Number with a Name
    * Sean Malone- Splinter
    * Jack Yello- Merlin Part VI
    * Jack Yello- Dawn of My Time
    * Eli- Welcome to my Dream World
    * Farther Paint- Inside the Cage
    * Roswell Six- Here Be Monsters
    * Diablo Swing Orchestra- A TapDancers Dilemma
    * The Dead- Into the Mystic
    * Vogon Outro
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Post by: soundscape on August 04, 2009, 05:04:29 am
Soundscape #163 Fashion for the Progophile

This evening on the prog runway we have Roger Waters wearing a smashing turquoise gown from Lord & Taylor, and whats this he is making quite a fashion statement with his running shoes that grip the tarmac. And look, it is the one and only Derrik Dick otherwise know as Fish, today he has a Tux On very creme brulee if you know what I mean. Yes in this weeks progcast you will see many amazing fashion wonders and blunders. Plus highlighting the show is new music from Syzygy and Live RPWL. There is a ton of great music encased herein, do please indulge your ears to yet another tittilating episode of Soundscape!

Next week our theme will be King Arthur. Please turn your round table requests into Merlin- woody@thedividingline.com We believe we can turn you on to a bit of Arthurian prog. Rick Wakeman is already in, but we are looking for more obscure references to the once and future king.

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    * Fish- Somebody Special
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Din Within- Awaken the Man
    * Elf Project- The Road of Change
    * Mangrove- Voyager
    * Syzygy- Vanitas
    * Syzygy- Dialectic
    * Theme- Fashion for the Progophile
    * Pete Townshend- Uniforms (Corp D'Esprit)
    * Porcupine Tree- Halo
    * Pallas- Crown of Thorns
    * Procol Harum- Homburg
    * Phil Manzanera- Mexican Hat
    * Led Zeppelin- Hats off to (Roy) Harper
    * Blue Man Group- Shirts and Hats
    * Trey Gunn- Puttin' on the White Shirt
    * The White Stripes- The Hardest Button to Button
    * Hawkwind- Mask of the Morning
    * Camel- Cloak and Dagger Man
    * Marillion- Tux On
    * Rush- Kid Gloves
    * The Dukes of the Stratosphear- Your Gold Dress
    * Frank Zappa- The Girl in the Magnesium Dress
    * Kingfisher Sky- Her White Dress
    * Cake- Short Skirt/Long Jacket
    * Spock's Beard- My Shoes
    * Jethro Tull- Gold-Tipped Boots, Black Jacket and Tie
    * Kate Bush- The Red Shoes
    * Jeff Beck- Led Boots
    * End of theme
    * No-Man- Pigeon Drummer
    * OSI- Radiologue
    * Paul Cusick- Hold On
    * Bela Fleck and the Flecktones- Communication
    * RPWL- Silenced
    * RPWL- Waiting for a Smile
    * RPWL- This is not a Prog Song
    * Woodenhead- Lights Out
    * Genesis- I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
    * Vogon Poetry Outro
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Post by: soundscape on August 11, 2009, 04:40:00 am
Soundscape #164 The Once and Future Prog

Many years ago there lived a legendary king known as Arthur. This king was handsome, fair, wise, and awfully shiny to a handful of future prog musicians. In this episode we will take a look at some of the many pieces of music influenced by Art and his cohorts.

We also have a lot of new stuff for your hungry progified stomachs to digest. New music from Jim Weider, Enochian Theory, Landmarq, DeeExpus, and a strange cover from Little Atlas.

Next week- the tragic and disasterous. Thats right we are looking for music that speaks to cataclysmic events, and destructive forces. Having recently viewed scenes from the newest cinematic wrecking ball, 2012, it is time for us to rejoice at the earth shaking, tidal waving, and armageddon fixating music of the soundscape. As always, send your requests to: woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Deep Purple- Listen, Learn, Read On
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Agents of Mercy- A Different Sun
    * Phideaux- Hive Mind
    * Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn, and Bill Rieflin- Strangers on a Train
    * Moonbound- Tired of Being Good
    * Jim Weider's Project Percolator- Motivator
    * Jim Weider's Project Percolator- Squirrels in Paris
    * Landmarq- Thunderstruck
    * Landmarq- Landslide
    * Muse- United States of Eurasia (+ Collateral Damage)
    * Arthurian Theme
    * Fairport Convention- Castle Rock
    * Fairport Convention- Pilgrims
    * Jon Anderson- Circle of Life
    * Monty Python- Camelot
    * Rick Wakeman- Arthur
    * Kayak- The Sword in the Stone
    * Pendragon- Excalibur
    * Monty Python- King Arthurand the Old Woman
    * Persephone's Dream- Temple in Time sequence
    * Ayreon- Ye Courtyard Minstrel Boy
    * Ayreon- Sail Away to Avalon
    * Rocket Scientists- Avalon
    * Lana Lane- Avalon
    * Saga- Avalon
    * Alan Stivell- Horses on the Hills
    * Halloween- Table Ronde
    * Robert Fripp & the League of Crafty Guitarists- A Conneticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court
    * The Enid- A Heroes Life
    * Ayreon- Isis and Osiris
    * End Theme
    * Gazpacho- The Walk Pt 1 and 2
    * Little Atlas- Battle of Evermore
    * DeeExpus- Pointless Child
    * DeeExpus- Pttee
    * Enochian Theory- The Fire Around the Lotus
    * Rick Wakeman- The Last Battle
    * Monty Python- The Castle Aaargh The End
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on August 19, 2009, 04:47:53 am
Soundscape #165 Tragiprogressivedisastapocolyptic

When you talk about destrution, don't you know that you can count me out/in- the words of one version of the Beatles revolution ring true in this episode in which we celebrate some prog rock interpretations of disaster. Tears for Fears said "Break it down again" and that is just what is happening here. Also on this weeks show you can check out new tunes from Diagonal, Slivovitz, The Reasoning and many more.

Next week, we will be looking at the many facets of the man called Fripp. What are your favorite Fripp tracks? What do you believe to be the most representative sounds from his Bobness? Send your suggestions to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * At War with Self- Acts of God
    * At War with Self- 911
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Jethro Tull- Chateau D'isaster Tapes
    * Jean Michel Jarre- Second Rendezvous 1-4
    * Jean Michel Jarre- Last Rendezvous (Ron's Piece)
    * Roy Harper- Death or Glory
    * The Reasoning- The Chauffeur
    * Fluttr Effect- The Chauffeur
    * Elf Project- Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
    * The Bad Plus w Wendy Lewis- Comfortably Numb
    * Presto Ballet- One Tragedy at a Time
    * It Bites- Great Disasters
    * Riverside- Driven to Destruction
    * Anathema- Natural Disaster
    * Spock's Beard- Surfing Down the Avalanche
    * Invisigoth- Beautiful Disaster
    * RC2- Voice of the Storm 1-2
    * Marillion- Estonia
    * String Cheese Incident- Rollover
    * BillyCobham- Flash Flood
    * Rheostatics- The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald
    * TCP- Road to 2012
    * Tadashi Goto- The NIght of Destruction
    * Shadow Gallery- Encrypted
    * Grateful Dead- Death Don't Have No Mercy
    * Slivovitz- Mangiare
    * Slivovitz- Dammi Un Besho
    * Diagonal- Semi-permable Men-brain
    * Paul Cusick- Hello
    * Shemekia Copeland- Broken World
    * Vogon Poetry outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on September 01, 2009, 05:02:22 am
Soundscape #167 May 1972

This weeks show contains gratuitous use of music from May of 1972. Of course we focus on the proggier aspects of that month but this show will deliver a little bit of the rock map that was made available in that month. It was not a busy month for progressive rock as many of the bands were working in the summer releases- which we we will hear in forthcoming episodes. We also played new music from Combination Head, Crippled Black Phoenix, and Moraine this week.

Next week Suzi and I will be geeking out at Dragoncon so we will not be on air. However, the following week we pose the question, how did the Beatles affect prog rock. We will be looking at the proggiest of Beatle songs, covers of their music by prog artisans and also those bands that incorporated Beatle artifacts into their sound. We believe that there are many bands who have done this, but as always, we want your input. What do you believe are the proggiest uses of Beatle sounds? Send your answers to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Phish- Loving Cup
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Elton John- Rocket Man
    * Steve Hillage- Sea Nature
    * Morglbl- Bleach Boy
    * Birds and Buildings- Caution Congregates and Forms a Storm
    * Moraine- Uncle Tang's Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
    * Moraine- $9 Pay-Per-View Lifetime TV Movie
    * Fractal- Coriolis
    * Tilt- Long Gone
    * Tilt- Gravity
    * Khan- Space Shanty
    * Khan- Stranded Effervescent Psychonovelt No. 5
    * Khan- Driving to Amsterdam
    * The Beach Boys- You Need a Mess of Help to Stand Alone
    * Billy Preston- Outa-Space
    * Grateful Dead- Playin in the Band
    * Janis Joplin- Piece of my Heart
    * Uriah Heep- The Wizard
    * Uriah Heep- Traveller in Time
    * Uriah Heep- Easy Livin
    * Uriah Heep- Circle of Hands
    * The Rolling Stones- Tumbling Dice
    * Weather Report- Crystal
    * Weather Report- Medley Vertical INvader T.H.
    * Jeff Beck Group- Going Down
    * Elton John- Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters
    * Combination Head- Liquid
    * Combination Head- Solid Ground
    * Combination Head- Tomorrows World
    * Crippled Black Phoenix- Time of Ye Life/ Born for Nothing/ Paranoid Arm of Narcoleptic Empire
    * Ayreon- Day Sixteen: Loser
    * Queensryche- If I Were King
    * Stratovarius- Emancipation Suite I: Dusk
    * Stratovariun- Emancipation Suite II: Dawn
    * Little Feat- Willin
    * Vogon Poetry Outro
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Post by: soundscape on September 16, 2009, 07:08:49 pm
Soundscape #168 Beatleprog

After some incredible discussion through the Dividingline mailing list and over at Prog Archives, we got togeher a group of the most beatle inspired prog that we could find. Regardless of whether or not you call the fab four prog, proto prog, experimental pop, or psychedelic you will see that they had a huge influence on the progressive world. Even our short flash in the pan set cannot do justice to pointing out the effect of the Beatles on progressive rock, but it was a great deal of fun to put together and to listen to. We also have tucked inside of this episode new music from Phish, Paris Keeling, and Shadowland as well as a tribute to our Dragon experience featuring the one and only C.S. Brown as well as George Hrab.

Next week we will spin the tale of progfolk.Prog is so huge it has a great many subsets and we here at Soundscape are trying to understand the boundariesof each division and we will carry you along on our journey with us. Also next week, new live music from Tinyfish, Believe, and Jupiter Society.

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    * The Beatles- Strawberry Fields Forever
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Pendragon- Comatose II Space Cadet
    * Paul Cusick- Focal Point
    * Paul Cusick- Everblue
    * Abigail's Ghost- Black Lace
    * Twangorama- Creature of the House
    * Strawberry Fields-River's Gone Dry
    * Phish- Stealing Time from the Faulty Plan
    * Phish- Joy
    * George Hrab- Sweet Dreams (are made of Vox)
    * George Hrab- Far
    * Neil Patrick Harris- My Freeze Ray
    * Ghost Circus- Cycles
    * Roswell Six- Letters in a Bottle
    * Beatleprog
    * Klaatu- We're Off You Know
    * Kansas- Eleonor Rigby
    * Adrian Belew- Men in Helicopters v4.0
    * Spock's Beard- Cakewalk on Easy Street
    * Izz- Crossfire
    * The Watch- Shining Bald Heads
    * Crack the Sky- I am the Walrus
    * Marillion- Throw Me Out
    * Stackridge- Last Plimsoll
    * King's X- It's Love
    * The Beatles- Only a Northern Song
    * Transatlantic- Suite Charlotte Pike Medley
    * Badfinger- Come and Get It
    * ELO- Momma
    * Porcupine Tree- Always Never
    * Beardfish- Dark Poet
    * Kansas- Look at the Time
    * Toy Matinee- The Ballad of Jenny Ledge
    * Genesis- A Trick of the Tail
    * Nektar- Oh Willy
    * Kayak- See See the Sun
    * Yes- I'm Down
    * Yellow Matter Custard- While My Guitar Gently Weeps
    * Jeff Beck- A Day in the Life
    * Theme ends
    * Shadowland- The Edge of the Night
    * Shadowland- Dreams of the Ferryman
    * Paris Keeling- Telephone Line
    * BarclayJames Harvest- Titles
    * John Wesley Harding- When the Beatles Hit America
    * Vogon Poetry ending
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on September 21, 2009, 03:19:16 pm
Soundscape #169

Hello fellow travelers of the sonic realm. This week we have a long requested treat for you all. The theme is prog folk. We will turn you on to what many consider to be some of the best and most defining artists of the folky prog genre. We ourselves are just begining to learn what we like and don't like about this genre of prog. We now know it has a lot to do with hobbit rock, men in scary cable knit sweaters, whispy sounding and ethereal females who glide across flute strewn sound, and the occasional freak out when violence and folk collide. But there is so much more to this genre and I think you will all agree that we have only just begun to punch the surface. Perhaps another special is in order in the near future.

Also for those who are more interested in venturing into the territory of the new we have Believe, Tinyfish, and Porcupine Tree all offering new sounds for budding eardrums. Coat this with a cacaphony of chaotic hullabaloo and you will have a somewhat delicious and good for your brain episode of Soundscape.

Next week, we zap back in time again halting our little engine in June and July of 1972. We will also finally here new tunes from Jupiter Society, Muse, Ajalon and hopefully many others. Thanks so much for listening to us, we have a great time every week and it is due to the fact that we know many of you download us week after week.

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    * Donovan- Sunshine Superman
    * Bob Dylan- Subterranean HOmesick Blues
    * Soundscape Intro
    * California Guitar Trio- Echoes
    * Slychosis- Frosted Mini Suite
    * Cyro Baptista- Macunaima
    * Oxygene8- Freak of Chance
    * Tinyfish- Pagodas
    * Tinyfish- Wide Awake at Midnight
    * Tinyfish- The Big Red Spark
    * Buckethead- Earth Heals Herself
    * Progfolk
    * The Strawbs- Autumn
    * Treebeard- The Hangman and the Papist
    * Treebeard- Far Over Misty Mountains
    * Iona- Treasure
    * Woven Hand- Breathing Bull/Winter Shaker
    * Martin Cathy and Dave Swarbrick- Our Captain Cried All Hands
    * Blackmore's Night- Play Minstrel Play
    * Jethro Tull- Journeyman
    * John Martyn- Sweet Little Mystery
    * The Pentangle- Train Song
    * Trader Horne- Children of Oare
    * Brobdingnagian Bards- Jedi Drinking Song
    * Traffic- John Barleycorn
    * Trees- The Garden of Jane Delawney
    * Steeleye Span- Long Lankin
    * Tim Buckley- Come Here Woman
    * Robert Plant- Song to the Siren
    * Roy Harper- The Same Old Rock
    * Gryphon- Lament
    * Spirogyra- The Furthest Point
    * Tyrannosaurus Rex- Dwarfish Trumpet Blues
    * Comus- Drip Drip
    * End Theme
    * Believe- This Bread is Mine
    * Believe- This is Life
    * Believe- Mine
    * Porcupine Tree- Drawing the Line
    * Porcupine Tree- The Seance
    * Porcupine Tree- Circle of Manias
    * Porcupine Tree- I Drive the Hearse
    * Crack the Sky- Can I Play For You
    * Soundscape Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on September 29, 2009, 05:49:59 am
Soundscape #170 June and July 1972

Another journey into the past as we continue our slow crawl through prog history. This time around we investigate albums that emerged on the scene in June and July of 1972. Featured albums from Aphrodite's Child, Pink Floyd, David Bowie and Gentle Giant. We also heard new music from Jupiter Society, Ajalon, and Muse.

Next week we will be playing a long set which features tons of new music. The Soundscape inbox has flooded with new releases and we want to give you a healthy helping of all that we can. However, the week after this we will be featuring Prawg (Southern Prog) from right here in the south east. While we will mostly focus on the loacal Atlanta Ga. prog scene we will also dip from the surrounding souther states. If you have a southern prog request or know of a southern prog outfit drop us a line at woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Assembly of Dust- Arc of the Sun
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Satellite- Every Desert Got It's Ocean
    * Porcupine Tree- Time Flies
    * Paul Cusick- Scared to Dream
    * Paul Gilbert- Three E's for Edward
    * Jake Shimabukuro- While My Guitar Gently Weeps
    * Ajalon- Redemption
    * June and July 1972
    * The Doobie Brothers- Listen to the Music
    * Aphrodite's Child- The Four Horsemen
    * Aphrodite's Child- Altamont
    * Aphrodite's Child- All the Seats Were Occupied
    * Eagles- Take the Devil
    * Pink Floyd- When You're In
    * Pink Floyd- The Gold It's In The...
    * Pink Floyd- Childhood's End
    * Pink Floyd- Burning Bridges
    * Pink Floyd- Free Four
    * David Bowie- Moonage Daydream
    * David Bowie- Starman
    * David Bowie- Ziggy Stardust
    * Elvis Presley- Suspicious Minds
    * John Lennon- New York City
    * Gentle Giant- Prologue
    * Gentle Giant- Schooldays
    * Gentle Giant- Working All Day
    * Gentle Giant- Peel the Paint
    * Curtis Mayfield- Freddie's Dead
    * End theme
    * RPWL- Masters of War
    * Muse- Uprising
    * Muse- Resistance
    * Chimpan A- Future Love Games
    * Psychic for Radio- School's Out
    * Jupiter Society- New Universe
    * Jupiter Society- Sirens Song/Black Hole
    * Al Petteway- Hushabye Mountain
    * Vogon poetry ending
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on October 06, 2009, 04:40:54 am
Soundscape #171 Taking You Somewhere New

The Soundscape inbox was full. There was nothing to do for it but just play new music all night for you and so we did.

Next week: Prawg! As we focus our attention on Southeast USA we bring you a dose of southern prog featuring local Atlanta Ga. artists as well as some bands from SC, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and possibly Virginia. I am not sure if there is a prog equivalent to a monster truck, but we will tune into southern culture prog style. Mint Juleps and Sweet Tea and Prawg Yeehaw! Send us your requests: woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Deep Purple- Knocking at Your Back Door
    * Soundscape Intro
    * The Reasoning- Talk to Me
    * Roswell Six- Merciful Tides
    * Paul Gilbert- The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
    * RPWL- Biding My Time
    * Guilt Machine- Twisted Coil
    * Guilt Machine- Season of Denial
    * Slychosis- Harps of Space
    * Slychosis- For Vlad
    * Marillion- Quartz
    * Marillion- Out of this World
    * Factory of Dreams- E-motions
    * Factory of Dreams- Sonic Sensations
    * Nosound- Some Warmth into this Chill
    * Nosound- Fading Silently
    * The Pineapple Thief- Tightly Wound (Acoustic)
    * The Pineapple Thief- Vapour Trails
    * The Pineapple Thief- Snowdrops
    * Rodrigo y Gabriela- Logos
    * Rodrigo y Gabriela- Santo Domingo
    * Dear Hunter- Writing on a Wall
    * Dear Hunter- In Cauda Venenum
    * Dear Hunter- What it means to be Alone
    * Robert Svilpa- Temple of Lost Souls
    * Mitch Hedberg- Teeth
    * Mitch Hedberg- Candy Bars
    * Tinyfish- The Big Red Spark
    * Tinyfish- Ride
    * The Assembled Head in Sunburst Sound- The Slumbering Ones
    * The Assmebled Head in Sunburst Sound- By the Rippling Green
    * Matthew Sweetand Susanna Hoffs- I've Seen All Good People
    * Paris Keeling- Alive
    * Love and Rockets- Saudade
    * Vogon Poetry ending
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on October 12, 2009, 05:00:49 pm
Soundscape #172 Prawg

Laydown a backbeat and crank up your trusted Gibson, get in your monster Prawg trucks, or just sit a while on the cabin porch. This week we offer you a healthy selection of southern based progressive rock (mostly from right here in our home town Atlanta Ga.). Although there is a Freebird in the mix, this ain't your average southern music. We may be in the south but we can still mix up methodical prog madness and this show will surely give evidence to that.

Suzi and I will be on the road for the next 2 Sundays, but when we return we will either offer a halloween theme, or we will return to Summer of 1972. If you have a preference one way or the other, drop us a line at woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Atlanta Rhythm Section- Georgia Rhythm
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Moth Vellum- Let the Race Begin
    * Marillion- This is the 21st Century
    * Ebony Tower- White Rabbit
    * Ebony Tower- Ebony Tower
    * Parzivals Eye- Longings End
    * Parzivals Eye- Skylights
    * Theme: Prawg
    * Dixie Dregs- Odyssey
    * Z-Axis- Ebb and Flow
    * Slychosis- Metaphysical Fitness
    * Indigo Girls- Kid Fears
    * Marillion- Everybody Hurts
    * Solution Science Systems- Tomorrow's Dreams Today
    * Solution Science Systems- I am a SSScientist
    * Abigail's Ghost- Cerulean Blue
    * Abigail's Ghost- Sneak Peak
    * California Guitar Trio- Freebird
    * The Jeff Healey Band- Macon Georgia Blues
    * C.S. Brown- Los Pistolero
    * Ghost Circus- Holding On
    * C.S. Brown- Everything
    * Zentropy- Spin Out
    * Zentropy- Occam's Razor
    * Timothy Pure- Playground Politics
    * Timothy Pure- Private Hedge
    * Cobweb Strange- Astral Projection
    * Woodenhead- Hiding Place
    * Farpoint- Lux Universum, Part One
    * Farpoint- Autumn Sky
    * Farpoint- Darkness
    * Between the Buried and Me- Three of a Perfect Pair
    * Widespread Panic- Wish You Were Here
    * Gov't Mule- Have a Cigar
    * Speechless- Spidercrawl
    * Guido's Hand- Il Tercosa Di Luce-Andante
    * Vanden Plas- Georgia on My Mind
    * Vogon Poetry Ending
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on November 04, 2009, 05:54:22 am
Soundscape #173 Turn On the Dark

Hello folks, and Happy Halloween! For the 4th year running we have a rather spooky show put together for your listening pleasure. We had quite a few glitches with the live show and some of those have been edited out so that the ride will be a little smoother. Check out new music from The Enid, Gov't Mule, and Kayak. Show your love for Comus!

Next week, we take another historical roundabout ride through mid 1972 prog classics. This time around we will be playing music from July-September. Also in 2 weeks we will be looking at how Star Wars has impacted progressive rock so if you know of any progressive songs that you feel reference Star Wars, then please drop us a line at woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Soundscape Intro
    * Walt Disney Sound Effects Studio- The Haunted House
    * Miranda Sex Garden- Tonight
    * Il Baletto di Bronzo- Introduzione
    * Barclay James Harvest- Dark Now My Sky
    * King's X- When You're Scared
    * Steve Hackett- Darktown (live)
    * Widespread Panic- Slippin' into Darkness
    * Robert Fripp- The Fear of Light
    * Comus- All the Colours of Darkness (cut by listener demand)
    * The Enid- Something Wicked This Way Comes
    * The Enid- The Demon King
    * The Enid- Dark Hydraulic Forces of the Id
    * Jace Everett- Bad Things
    * Erik Norlander- Beware the Vampires
    * The Flower Kings- A Vampire's View
    * Vanden Plas- Nightwalker
    * The Moon-Rays- Blues for Vampira
    * Blood Ceremony- Master of Confusion
    * Ekseption- Danse Macabre Opus 40
    * Steven Wilson- Abandoner (Danse Macabre Mix)
    * Dickie Goodman- Horror Movies
    * Kayak- Glass Bottom Boat
    * Kayak- Horror in Action
    * The Onion Radio News
    * Joe Satriani- The Headless Horseman
    * Buckethead- Mad Monster Party
    * Gov't Mule- Born Under a Bad Sign (Live)
    * Gov't Mule- Inside Outside Woman Blues #3
    * The Doors- Strange Days
    * House of Not- Stranger
    * Walt Disney Sound Effects Group- Your Pet Cat
    * Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited- Black Cat Mystery
    * Gentle Giant- Black Cat
    * Robyn Hitchcock- Sounds Great When You're Dead
    * Blind Ego- Death
    * Opeth- Death Whispered a Lullaby
    * Porcupine Tree- Phantoms
    * Blackfield- Blackfield
    * Evanescence- Haunted (Live)
    * David Bowie- My Death
    * Love and Rockets-Haunted When the Minutes Drag
    * Vogon Poetry outro
    * Easter Egg set
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on November 17, 2009, 06:05:45 am
Soundscape #175 Star Wars- The Prog Strikes Back

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, an amazing cinematic feature unfolded before our young eyes. Star Wars has probably had more impact on our culture than many other science fiction franchises. The story has stretched into many offshoots from many areas of the media, but has it impacted our beloved progressive rock? The answer is a resounding yes! This week take a trip with us into progressive rock that pays homage to Star Wars,

Next week we will be playing more of a spontaneous mix of music, however if you have requests please drop us a line. woody@thedividingline.com

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    * John Williams- 20th Century Fox Fanfare
    * John Williams- Star Wars: Main Theme
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Don Airey- Ripples in the Fabric of Time
    * Tangent- Up-Hill From Here
    * Jordan Rudess- Time Crunch
    * Buckethead- Star Wars
    * Colossus Project- Astral Prelude
    * Erik Norlander- Hyperspace
    * Spiraling- The Concept of the Quantum-mechanical Bodymind...
    * Big Big Train- The Underfall Yard
    * Circa- Haun Solo
    * Circa- False Start
    * Fromuz- Starless and Bible Black
    * Holdsworth Pasqua Haslip Wackerman- Protocosmos
    * Phideaux- Micro Deathstar
    * Tangerine Dream- Pilots of Purple Twilight
    * Speechless- Vaders Boogie
    * 101 Strings- Orbit Fantasy (Inside Looking Out)
    * Weird Al Yankovic- TheJedi
    * Transatlantic- Overture/Whirlwind
    * Transatlantic- The Wind Blew Them All Away
    * Transatlantic- On the Prowl
    * Colossus Project- Droids
    * Buckethead- Droid Assembly
    * Liquid Tension Experiment- Chewbacca
    * Jean Michel Jarre- Oxygene 11
    * Pain of Salvation- Reconciliation
    * Star One- Master of Darkness
    * Eddie Izzard- The Deathstar Canteen
    * The Presidents of the USA- Death Star
    * Deep Purple- Don Airey Keyboard Solo
    * John Williams- Ben's Death/ Tie Fighter Attack
    * Frank Zappa- Star Wars Won't Work
    * Symphony X- Star Wars Suite
    * Jimmy Fallon- Star Wars Songs
    * John Williams- Star Wars- The Phantom Menace- Duel of the Fates
    * Patton Oswalt- At Midnight I will Kill George Lucas with a Shovel (warning explicit language)
    * Epica- The Imperial March
    * Colossus Project- May the Force Be With You
    * John Williams- Finale- End Credits (from Empire)
    * Vogon outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on November 25, 2009, 05:39:54 am
Soundscape #176 A Prog Fantasy

Although this show had a theme, the theme itself is locked inside my mind and even I do not know what it is all about. I set out to create a nice flowing set that started out to be about thoughts and thought patterns but somewhere in the middle it took on a life of it's own. Through twists and turns we take you on an enjoyable and dreamy journey.

Next weeks episode, dubbed the Great Prog Machine, is all about life inside the machine, gears, gadgets, wheels and levers. So if you have any songs that fit the mood, you can send them to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * The Moody Blues- The Best Way to Travel
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Paul Kantner and Grace Slick- Your Mind Has Left Your Body
    * Ozric Tentacles- Neurochasm
    * Spock's Beard- Thoughts
    * Traffic- Heaven Is In Your Mind
    * Triumph- A World of Fantasy
    * Spock's Beard- Thoughts Pt II
    * Robert Svilpa- Mesmerize
    * Genesis- Entangled
    * Alan Parsons- Return to Tunguska
    * Zee- Voices
    * Styx- Castle Walls
    * Also Eden- Star
    * Pendragon- Schizo (A Tribute to Pink Floyd)
    * Led Zeppelin- Achilles Last Stand
    * Riverside- Egoist Hedonist
    * Diablo Swing Orchestra- Stratosphere Serenade
    * Ayreon- Waking Dreams
    * Astra- The Rising of the Black Sun
    * Steve Hillage- Saucer Surfing
    * Rocket Scientists- Space 1999
    * Engineers- Helped by Science?
    * Engineers- Brighter As We Fall
    * Porcupine Tree- The Sky Moves Sideways
    * Porcupine Tree- Voyage 34
    * Pink Floyd-The Happiest Days of Our Lives
    * Pink Floyd- Another Brick in the Wall Pt 2
    * Transatlantic- The Return of the Giant Hogweed
    * Muse- Exogenesis Pt1-3
    * Parzivals Eye- Skylights
    * Porcupine Tree- Time Flies
    * IQ- Closer
    * Vogon Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on December 02, 2009, 05:54:36 pm
Soundscape #177 Machine

While it is not the greatest theme idea we have run, the machine definitely put us in touch with some good music. No worries, some pretty cool themes will be coming up for the Holidays.

Next week we will be revisiting the fall of 1972 for a tast of autumn proggy goodness as we continue our history of prog series. The next 2 themes will be: best use of saxophone in a prog song, and a shakespearean theme. Send suggestions to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Pink Floyd- Welcome to the Machine
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Yes- Awaken
    * Presto Ballet- Mind Machine
    * Foreigner- Can't Slow Down
    * Makajodama- Ayurvedic Soap
    * Makajodama- Autumn Suite
    * Francis Dunnery- Back in New York City
    * Circa- All Intertwined
    * Marvin Hamlisch- Bond 77
    * Pain of Salvation- The Big Machine
    * Happy the Man- Steaming Pipes
    * Jethro Tull- Raising Steam
    * Dame Shirley Bassey- Slave to the Rhythm
    * Peter Gabriel- Steam
    * Al DiMeola- Sequencer
    * Kayak- See See the Sun
    * Kayak- Lovely Luna
    * Kayak- Chance for a Lifetime
    * Kayak- Ruthless Queen
    * Kayak- Starlight Dancer
    * Symphony X- Church of the Machine
    * Godfrey Townsend- The Pump
    * Alan Morse- Cold Fusion
    * Gentle Giant- Cogs in Cogs
    * The Flower Kings- The Wonder Wheel
    * Ozric Tentacles- EternalWheel
    * Jordan Rudess- Feed the Wheel
    * King Crimson- Industry
    * Pink Floyd- A New Machine pt 1-Terminal Frost-Machine Pt2
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on December 07, 2009, 07:30:19 pm
Soundscape #178 The Wolves of Autumn

Seasons greetings fellow prog fans,

This weeks episode take on another excursion into the fall of 1972 with a continued focus on September. We also take some time to check out new material from Gong from their album 2032. This episode starts a new weekly feature we will call Suzi's corner in which Suzi plays some of her favorites for you. Finally, we pay homage to our fallen musical friend Eric Woolfson with some choice cuts from his time in The Alan Parsons Project as well as solo material. Eric was a truly wonderful spirit, we will miss him greatly.

Next week we take another trip to the prog library as we explore the impact of Shakespeares many works on the progressive soundscape. Lots of ideas are coming in for this theme and we look forward to hearing from you guys to let us know what songs you think are connected to the legendary bard.

What is your favorite use of a saxophone in prog? That is a theme that is ripe for exploration and we will be investigating the answer very soon.

Finally, in Porcupine Tree's "Arriving Somewhere but not Here" the lyric says "Did you imagine the final sound that you hear as your fading out was a song?" A morbid topic to say the least, but if you listeners will send in songs that you would like to hear as you "fade out" we may have a morbid yet imaginative theme on our hands that could just send shivers through us all.

Please send your suggestions, thoughts and requests to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Frost- Christmasventilate
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Porcupine Tree- Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
    * Steve Hackett- Please Don't Touch
    * Steve Hackett- Tubehead
    * The Pineapple Thief- Snowdrops
    * Gong- The Gris Gris Girl
    * Gong- Wave and a Particle
    * Gong- Pinkle Ponkle
    * Gong- Portal
    * Steve Hillage Band- Unzipping the Zype
    * 1972
    * Yes- Close to the Edge
    * Yes- Siberian Khatru
    * T. Rex- The Slider
    * Nektar- A Tab in the Ocean
    * Nektar- Desolation Valley/Waves
    * Nektar- Crying in the Dark
    * Nektar- King of Twilight
    * Family- Bolero Babe
    * Family- Top of the Hill
    * Family- Dark Eyes
    * Family- Burlesque
    * Family- Broken Nose
    * Mott the Hoople- All the Young Dudes
    * Suzi's Corner
    * Muse- Resistance
    * Ghost Circus- Trick of the Light
    * Porcupine Tree- Russia on Ice
    * Imogen Heap- Little Bird
    * Ends
    * Paul Cusick- Christmas Through Your Eyes
    * King Crimson- I Talk to the Wind (2009 Remix)
    * Big Big Train- Winchester Diver
    * Art of Noise- James Bond Theme
    * Eric Woolfson
    * APP- A Dream within a Dream
    * APP- The Raven
    * Eric Woolfson- I Can See Round Corners
    * APP- Sterotomy
    * Eric Woolfson- Somewhere in the Audience
    * APP- Old and Wise (Woolfson vocal)
    * APP- Time
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on December 15, 2009, 08:41:19 pm
Soundscape #179 By the Progging of My Thumbs

To prog or not to prog that is the question....

This weeks theme takes us on a brief survey of progressive rock that is influenced by the works of Shakespeare. While this certainly was not definitive, it did turn up a lot of interesting songs. Also check out new tunes from Prog Alien, IZZ, Longshanks and more.

Next weeks theme will be our favorite uses of saxophone in a progressive song. A few ideas have cropped up, but we need your help. Please send your favorite saxophone songs to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * The Band- Stage Fright
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Versus X- The Pulse of Earth
    * Satellite- Am I Losing Touch
    * An Endless Sporadic- The Adventures of Jabubu
    * IZZ- Can't Feel the Earth Pt.1
    * IZZ- Ticking Away
    * IZZ- Cant Feel the Earth Pt.2
    * Longshanks- In Dreams
    * ProgAlien- The Chapel & The Legend of Folegandros
    * Shakespeare-
    * Jethro Tull- Minstrel in the Gallery
    * Genesis- The Cinema Show
    * ELP- Romeo and Juliet
    * Dire Straits- Romeo and Juliet
    * Barclay James Harvest- Lady Macbeth
    * Gentle Giant- The Moon is Down
    * Lana Lane- The Dream that Never Ends
    * Rick Wakeman- Shakespeare Run
    * Steve Hackett- Oberon
    * Steve Hackett- Within this Wood
    * Steve Hackett- The Palace of Theseus
    * Steve Hackett- In the Beached Margent of the...
    * Steve Hackett- Celebration
    * Blackmore's Night- Play Minstrel Play
    * Tangerin Dream- Hamlet
    * William Shatner- Hamlet/It Was a Very Good Year
    * Marillion- Uninvited Guest
    * Rocket Scientists- Banquo's Ghost
    * Rush- Limelight
    * Suzi's Corner
    * Genesis- All in a Mouse's Night (Live)
    * Marillion- Map of the World
    * Yes- Onward
    * Rocket Scientists- Enjoy the Weather
    * Closer
    * Erik Norlander- From Russia with Love
    * ARS Nova- All Magic Eve
    * Animal Collective- What Would I Want? Sky
    * Amy X. Nueberg & the Cello Chixtet- Back in NYC
    * Queen- A Winter's Tale
    * The Moody Blues- The Actor
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on December 21, 2009, 06:27:37 pm
Soundscape #180 Saxual Fantasies

Wow!! What an amazingly fun show! I think I have redeveloped my love of the saxophone. I might even (after winter semester completes) pull out the old Tenor and see if I still can play a scale. There was so much participation in the soundscape and dividingline chat lists, as well as from prog archives, that this show became a full 4 hours of saxophone drenched music. You will everything from dirty street and gutter sax, to wildly experimental squeals that shoot up and down your spine. Who knew the sax could be so versatile. Please enjoy this one of a kind show and let us know your thoughts.

Soundscape will be taking at least a week off as we move into the new year. We have 3 themes that are in prep stages at this time. To begin with to cap the year, we want to pillage through the new items from 2009 and present them on a big proggy silver platter. We are also looking forward to continuing our long journey through the music of 1972. But here is the one we are most excited about and this will take your participation. In Porcupine Tree's "Arriving Somewhere but not Here" one of the lyrics is "Did you ever imagine the last thing you'd hear as you're fading out was a song?" So we ask you this question, what song would you like to hear as you are fading out? While this may seem a morbid topic, I think it will spawn a pretty incredible set list. Please let us know your thoughts! If you are brave enough, you can even send an mp3 of your explanation for your choice. Send your suggestions and explanations to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Bruce Hornsby- Hot House Ball
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Tangent- In Darkest Dreams Suite
    * Van Der Graaf Generator- The Sleepwalkers
    * King Crimson- 21st Century Schizoid Man
    * John Zorn- Contempt
    * Adrian Belew- Beat Box Car
    * Karl Denson's Tiny Universe- Straussmania
    * Gov't Mule- Brokedown on the Brazos (sax version)
    * Bela Fleck and the Flecktones- Communication
    * Ulver- Lost in Moments
    * Clapton, Sanborn, and Kamen- Meet Martin Riggs
    * Sting, Clapton, Sanborn- It's Probably Me
    * Camel- Rhayader Goes To Town
    * Foreigner- Urgent
    * Pink Floyd- Money
    * Godley and Creme- When Things Go Wrong
    * Bela Fleck and the Flecktones- The Twelve Days of Christmas
    * Trevor Jones- Hallucination
    * Joni Mitchell- The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines
    * Roxy Music- Bogus Man
    * Frank Zappa- It Must Be a Camel
    * The Alan Parsons Project- Pipeline
    * Styx- Lonely People
    * Haden, Garbarek, and Gismonti- Magico
    * Talking Heads- Sax and Violins
    * Dire Straits- Your Latest Trick
    * The Allman Brothers Band w/Branford Marsalis- Whipping Post
    * Paul McCartney and Wings- Bluebird
    * David Murray Octet- China Doll
    * Henry Cow- Nirvana for Mice
    * Birds and Buildings- Battalion
    * David Sylvian- Silver Moon
    * Supertramp- The Logical Song
    * Marillion- Berlin
    * Dire Straits- Going Home- Theme from Local Hero
    * Pink Floyd- Us and Them
    * King Crimson- Starless
    * Vogon Poetry Outro

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on January 26, 2010, 03:47:56 am
Soundscape #182: Arriving Somewhere

Hello fellow soundscapers! This weeks theme evolved out of an idea from Porcupine Tree "Did you ever imagine the last thing you'd hear as your fading out was a song?". Grammar troubles aside, the question is what song would you like to hear as you die. This is a morbid question but it generated a fantastic list of music and all thanks to the input of many of our listeners. We had a great time with this show and we hope you will too.

Due to the death of a mouse and a feedback loop, please be prepared for a rather loud sound at the end of Transatlantic. Editing was not an option this time.

Next week we will be doing our first label feature theme. We will be exploring the musical outputs of Metal Mind Productions which has of late offered many new progressive outings. You have heard many of these artists on Soundscape before, but this time you will be able to put the sounds and the label together. Also, In just 2 weeks we will finally get back to some history- the journey continues throught the great prog albums of 1972.

If you enjoy listening to our show, spread the word. We love to hear from our listeners, and we love requests. Our show is what it is due to listener input and without the chorus, our time on stage would not be as fruitful. You can contact us at- woody@thedividingline.com.

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    * Porcupine Tree- Arriving Somewhere
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Kansas- The Coming of Dawn (Thanotopsis)
    * King Crimson- Starless
    * Kate Bush- And Dream of Sheep
    * Genesis- The Lamia
    * Yes- Awaken
    * Pink Floyd- Two Suns in the Sunset
    * Brian Eno- Fullness of Wind
    * David Sylvian- The Healing Place
    * ELO- Take Me ON and On
    * Sigur Ros- Njosnavelin
    * Todd Rundgren- Never Never Land
    * Alan Parsons Project- Mammagamma
    * Moby- Everloving
    * Grateful Dead- To Lay Me Down
    * Pink Floyd- Echoes
    * The Beatles- Why Don't We Do It In the Road
    * King Crimson- Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part 3
    * Norman Rose- Deteriorata
    * Tangerine Dream- Cloudburst Flight
    * Porcupine Tree- Lazarus
    * Pink Floyd- Several Species...
    * Genesis- Duchess
    * Joni Mitchell- Refuge of the Roads
    * Jerry Garcia Band- My Sisters and Brothers
    * Van Der Graaf Generator- Scorched Earth
    * Transatlantic- Dancing with Eternal Glory/Whirwind Reprise
    * Monty Python- Always Look on the Bright Side
    * Vogon Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on February 01, 2010, 07:56:59 pm
Soundscape #183 Metal Minds

Hello fellow proggies,

In this week show we feature some of the many progressive releases put out by Metal Mind Productions. Metal Mind has been a strong support to Soundscape across the years and we wanted to give them a big Kudos for all the great music that they have been setting free lately. This is the first of many similar themes. In the future we hope to give credit to other great progressive labels.

Next week we return to October of 1972 as we check out the history of progressive rock. Yes it's another history lesson and we will plummet you back to some well known and not so well known music of the day. We are also gearing up for another fun theme- Word play in progressive rock (alliteration, gibberish, and other forms of nonsense). Once again we call upon the listener collective to help us come up with examples. If you have a favorite wordplay song then please let us hear from you by emailing woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Atomic Rooster- Metal Minds
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Cannata- Eight Miles High
    * Eloy- Age of Insanity
    * The Flaming Lips- The Sparrow Looks Up at the Machine
    * NRG- Masques
    * The Syn- Running Out of Time
    * Hourglass- Estranged
    * Hourglass- Delirium
    * Metal Mind Productions
    * Landmarq- Calm Before the Storm
    * Cammora- The Storm
    * Stratovarius- I Walkto My Own Song
    * SBB- Blogoslawione Dni
    * Pendragon- The Voyager
    * Shadowland- Jigsaw
    * Strawberry Fields- Moon
    * Satellite- Beautiful World
    * RPWL- Sleep
    * John Wetton- Rendezvous 6-02
    * Tinyfish- Fly Like a Bird
    * NEO- Crown of Thorns
    * Suzi's Corner
    * Steely Dan- Aja
    * Muse- Guiding Light
    * Muse- Shrinking Universe
    * Porcupine Tree- Gravity Eyelids
    * The Alan Parsons Live Project- Don't Let it Show
    * Closing set
    * Michael Gill- Merlin's Journey
    * Neuschwanstein- Palace of Wonderland
    * From.Uz- Influence of Time
    * Pink Martini- Bitty Boppy Betty
    * Paul McCartney and Wings- Goodnight Tonight
    * Vogon Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on February 08, 2010, 08:31:56 am
Soundscape #184

Welcome fellow Soundscapers and surfers of the sonic realm. This week we check out 3 great progressive albums of 1972. Each of these has their own line of sight on what progressive is, and each takes a different turn into the then little known territory of progressive rock.

We also have our usual bevy of the new and not so new including tunes from 5Bridges, Beardfish, and Dead Heroes Club. All fantastic pieces of music that got missed in our perusal and spelunking of the aural adventures of 2009.

Next week we will be celebrating our 4th year on the air. It has been a long time but we have enjoyed it thoroughly. Soundscape is what it is due to you listeners. You keep coming back, you suggest good themes, and you give input to the strange array of themes that make Soundscape a one and only production. We thank you for your support and look forward to another year of crazy and wonderful prog rock.

Our theme next week will be "Wordplay in Prog". Wether it uses alliteration, palindromes, onomatopaei, nonsense, gibberish or anagrams, prog often uses wordplay as yet another way to dabble in new paints. Your suggestions for this show are greatly appreciated. If you have a good idea for a prog song that uses wordplay well you can write us at woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Billy Sherwood- Face the Dawn
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Umphrey's McGee- In the Kitchen
    * Spock's Beard- Revelation
    * Michael Clay & Adrian Belew- The Man in the Moon
    * Beardfish- Awaken the Sleeping
    * 5Bridges- Babylonian Curse Reversed
    * 5Bridges- The Spell of Eternity
    * Parzival's Eye- Fragments
    * October 1972
    * The Moody Blues- Lost in a Lost World
    * The Moody Blues- Isn't Life Strange
    * The Moody Blues- The Land of Make- Believe
    * The Moody Blues- I'm Just a Singer in a Rock n Roll Band
    * Pete Townshend- Pure and Easy
    * Arthur Brown- Water
    * Arthur Brown- Love is a Spirit
    * Arthur Brown- City Melody
    * Arthur Brown- The Whirlpool
    * Steely Dan- Do It Again
    * Steely Dan- Turn That Heartbeat Over Again
    * Genesis- Watcher of the Sky
    * Genesis- Get Em Out By Friday
    * Genesis- Can-Utility and the Coastliners
    * Genesis- Supper's Ready
    * Suzi's Corner
    * Paul Cusick- Focal Point
    * Paul Cusick- Everblue
    * Paul Cusick- Fade Away
    * Paul Cusick- Soul Words
    * Paul Cusick- Senza Tempo
    * Closing Set
    * Dead Heroes Club- A Gathering of Crows
    * Al Di Meola- Dinner Music of the Gods
    * No-man- Pigeon Drummer
    * Turin Brakes- Asleep with the Fireflies
    * They Might Be Giants- Put it to the Test
    * ELO- Eldorado/Finale
    * Vogon Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on February 16, 2010, 05:11:32 pm
Soundscape #185 Epic Fail

This show marks the 4 year birthday of Soundscape Radio. We made through the terrible 2s in which the computer just said "No" all the time, we even started the hooked on prog phonics reading section, but here we are at 4 years and another milestone has been reached. Soundscape killed another hard drive! This is actually not so bad because for once in my life I was prepared. I did not hem and haw and express my anger in an inappropriate fashion- rather proud of myself for that. Instead I simply rebuilt an awaiting machine, and moved to what appears to be a faster, more streamlined system.

In the midst of this rebirth, Suzi's computer got hit by one of the more evil adware infiltrations resulting in what looks to be another set of tech work that I do not want to do. We have been using the ESET software for our virus protection but thus far customer service responses, and even the way the system is put together (requiring user intervention instead of remote fixes) has left us pretty unsatisfied. If you are using a virus and adware control program that you think is superior please let us know.

So we abandoned the wordplay theme to a future Soundscape expedition and instead brought you all some great new and overlooked music. We still expect to return to the air in two weeks with this theme, so if you have examples of wordplay in prog, we would love to hear from you. You can reach us at woody@thedividingline.com

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    * ELO-Mr. Radio (Quad Mix)
    * Soundscape Intro
    * The Flaming Lips- Turn it On
    * Enchant- Prognosis
    * Pink Floyd- Empty Spaces
    * Pink Floyd- What Shall We Do Now?
    * Billy Sherwood- Setting Sun
    * Billy Sherwood- The Recurring Dream
    * OSI- Radiologue
    * Vonassi- Beginnings
    * Vonassi- Battle of Ego
    * Fish- Plague of Ghosts I-VI
    * Cirrus Bay- Serenity in a Nutshell
    * Cirrus Bay- Walking in Shadows
    * Ozric Tentacles- Sunrise Jam
    * Porcupine Tree- Sound of Muzak
    * Nemo- Le Film de Ma Vic
    * Nemo- L'Armee des Ombres
    * The Box- L'eau, le lait, le vin...
    * The Box- Mont St-Michel
    * Nebula- Intro
    * Nebula- Pulse
    * Nebula- Dream Submarine
    * Don Airey- A Light in the Sky
    * Robin Trower- Bridge of Sighs
    * ELO- Another Heart Breaks
    * Particle- 7 minutes to Radio Darkness Part 1 and 2
    * Vogon poetry outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on March 16, 2010, 05:09:41 am
Soundscape #188 A Year with Soundscape

Hey folks,

We had a great time putting together this weeks epsiode of Soundscape. When I realized that there was probably at least one song for every month of the year, the theme was sealed. Nothing too fancy this time, just a great mix of music.

Next week we will pay homage to Frank Herbert's Dune (our first library theme in ages). There are so many prog bands that have made songs inspired by Dune that it should be a pretty fascinating soundscape to traverse. If you have any thoughts about what belongs in this theme please drop a line to woody@thedividingline.com

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    *  Led Zeppelin- The Rain Song
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Dream Theater- A Change of Seasons
    * Steve Miller- Winter Time
    * Nosound- Winter Will Come
    * Marillion- Winter Trees
    * Vanden Plas- January Sun
    * Pineapple Thief- February 13th
    * Jethro Tull- Dogs in Midwinter
    * The Rolling Stones- Winter
    * Iron Kim Style- Don Quixotic
    * Iron Kim Style- Slouchin at the Savoy
    * Anthony Phillips-March
    * Jethro Tull- March the Mad Scientist
    * Gjallarhorn- Goddess of Spring
    * The Enid- Spring
    * Kayak- May
    * RPWL- Spring of Freedom
    * Eloy- Atlantis Agony at June 5th 8498, 13 P.M. Gregorian Time
    * Spock's Beard- June
    * Camel- Summer Lightning
    * Tinyfish- June Jar
    * Uriah Heep- July Morning
    * Anton Roolart- Mid Summer's Day
    * Blackfield- Summer
    * Richard Wright- Sweet July
    * The Decemberists- July July
    * Bittertown- The Sound of August
    * Elegant Simplicity- Lost Summer
    * Lunatic Soul- Summerland
    * David Sylvian- September
    * Sean Hagler- Sunday in September
    * Under the Sun- Gardens of Autumn
    * Tony MacAlpine- Autumn Lords
    * Farpoint- Autumn Sky
    * Jeff Lynne- September Song
    * RC2- Autumn
    * U2- October
    * Porcupine Tree- Heartattack in a Layby
    * Kingfisher Sky- November
    * Opeth- Dirge of November
    * Ritual- Late in November
    * Robyn Hitchcock- Autumn isYour Last Chance
    * Lana Lane- Winter Moon
    * It Bites- Black December
    * Counting Crows- Long December
    * Marillion- Seasons End
    * Quidam- The Fifth Season
    * Vogon Poetry Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on April 05, 2010, 05:58:39 am
Soundscape #191 Black Sunday

"Pick up my feet and kick off my lethargy
Down to the gate with the old mood upon me
Get out and chase the small immortality
born in the minute of my next returning
Impatient feet tapping and cigarette burning
Homecoming one day too soon"- Jethro Tull

After the amazing 10 Revolutions festival, dragging our poor bodies from prog infested slumber, Suzi and I managed to put together a show of bombast and peace. We felt as if we were chasing the small imortality on this Easter Sunday and so we called it Black Sunday. With an epic intro from our good friends Jethro Tull we launched into a 4 hour flight and drift through new territory and hidden prog corners.

The History episode, once a monthly mainstay, is now a thing of the past. This is due to the fact that when we try to bunch them all together, we lose some of them in the mass of possibility that is presented to us. Instead we will now bring you a historical prog album along with some discussion every other week. This will afford us the opportunity to learn more about what we are playing for you and to hopefully give you a better feel for how great some of these archival wonders really are. Plus it gives us extra time to showcase the new stuff that is overflowing our progbox.

Next week we will be taking you into the strange world of avant-prog. Although many have their own definitions for this bizarre genre, we have our own and we will show you what that is next week. However if you have any avant requests please drop us a line and we will see what we can do to get yours into the mix. you can now write either of us woody@thedividingline.com or suzi@thedividingline.com

In a few weeks time we will be doing a show that will feature favorite lyrics in prog. This means that it is time for you guys to start sending us your favorites now. Although some listen to prog only for the music, we want to call attention to the fantastic lyrical skills and talented tongues of our favorite bands. Your input is required for this to be the show that it can be, so please write us and let us know what you think.

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    * Jethro Tull- Black Sunday
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Steve Thorne- Into the Ether
    * Ozric Tentacles- Etherclock
    * For Absent Friends- Hello World
    * Crystal Palace- Drowning on Dryland
    * Crystal Palace- Darkest Hour
    * The Watch- All the Lights in Town
    * Jan Akkerman- Fresh Air
    * Pink Floyd- Embryo
    * Surrounded by Ninjas- Cashflow
    * Shamall- Lunatic Fringe Pt 1&2
    * Abarax- Sermons and Lies
    * Abarax- As We Spoke
    * Jan Akkerman- Andante Sostenuto
    * Focus- Answers? Questions! Questions? Answers!
    * Focus- Elspeth of Nottingham
    * Mindgames- Travels
    * Mars Hollow- Eureka
    * Suzi's Corner
    * Yes- Magnification
    * Magenta- Lust
    * Jethro Tull w/ LSO- Locomotive Breath
    * David Gilmour- A Pocketful of Stones
    * Closing Set
    * Unitopia- Suffocation
    * Unitopia- Artificial World
    * Unitopia- Gone in the Blink of an Eye
    * Paul McCartney- No More Lonely Nights
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 10, 2010, 04:49:29 pm
Soundscape #194 Lyrical Escape

After a 2 week hiatus you would expect some substance, some verve, and some energy. Instead we chose to give you the same ol soundscape you have come to expect from the two of us.

The theme this week was: Best Lyric writers in progdom, and we did our best to represent everyone who voted. Nevertheless, this was definitely not a definitive answer. It is the answer of the moment, but, I dare say we did a fair job picking out the people to pay attention to, except for poor Keith Reid who did not get voted for until nearly the end of the show. We also got to hear 2 live tracks from therecent Mostly Autumn release, and Suzi's corner pays homage to the fantastic drum stylings of Gavin Harrison.

At this moment in passing time there is no planned theme for next weeks show. Once that changes and we have a north star to follow, we will let you all know. In the meantime if you have theme suggestions, or requests, send them to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Rush- Dreamtime
    * Mostly Autumn- Flowers for Guns
    * Mostly Autumn- Never the Rainbow
    * Pink Floyd- The Happiest Days of Our Lives
    * Pink Floyd- Another Brick in the Wall Pt2
    * Marillion- Invisible Man
    * Big Big Train- Summer's Lease
    * Kevin Gilbert- Waiting
    * Panic! At the Disco- I Write Sins Not Tragedies
    * Warren Haynes- The Real Thing
    * Genesis- One for the Vine
    * Tinyfish- Motorville
    * The Tangent- A Place in the Queue
    * Kerry Livgren- Beyond the Pale
    * Jethro Tull- Dun Ringill
    * Strawbs- The Hangman and the Papist
    * Strawbs- Witchwood
    * Porcupine Tree- Trains
    * Porcupine Tree- Time Flies
    * Porcupine Tree- Lazarus
    * Peter Gabriel- Mercy Street
    * Genesis- The Chamber of 32 Doors
    * King Crimson- Cirkus
    * King Crimson- In the Wake of Poseidon
    * King Crimson- I Talk to the Wind
    * Rush- The Spirit of Radio
    * Rush- Freewill
    * Rush- Mission
    * Rush- Nobody's Hero
    * Yes- Heart of the Sunrise
    * Yes- The Gates of Delirium
    * Pink Floyd- Pillow of Winds
    * Pink Floyd- The Final Cut
    * Pink Floyd- Not Now John
    * Roger Waters- Towers of Faith
    * Roger Waters- It's a Miracle
    * Marillion- Pseudo Silk Kimono
    * Marillion- Kayleigh
    * Fish- Zoe 25
    * Fish- Dark Star
    * Fish- Fugazi
    * Suzi's Corner- Gavin Harrison
    * Fijeri- Endless
    * Gavin Harrison and 05Ric- Source
    * Porcupine Tree- Nil Recurring
    * Gavin Harrison and Pat Mastelotto- Badaboomboom
    * OSI- Be The Hero
    * Steve Thorne- Wayward
    * Steven Wilson- No Twilight Within the Courts of the Sun
    * Closing Song-Ken Nordine- Sing Me a Poem
    * Vogon Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 17, 2010, 06:59:36 pm
Soundscape #195 Train Escape

This weeks theme was somewhat generated by last weeks theme. In the lyrical show we talked about Steven Wilson and his love of trains. I decided that seemed like a pretty romantic theme for this weeks show. The train has been a subject of multiple folk, blues and country songs. When the train arrived on the scene as a mode of public transportation it took the worl by storm and still holds an indelible space within our cultural mythology. This is shown very clearly when you look at the vast number of progressive songs that focus on the train. Prog rock is certainly more modern than those other genres of music and yet the songs keep coming. While the rhythm of the train is rarely in an odd time signature, it certainly feels like a sense of forward movement when portrayed in musical format. This train in particular will make stops to check out some new music, a siding where we check out the historical Il Balletto Di Bronzo, and a layover at Suzi's corner where we dive into the frustration of writers block.

Upcoming theme's: Great Prog Whores of the World, All in the Family, Australian Prog, The Steves of Prog, Trevor Horn, Billy Sherwood.

Send your suggestions to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Banco De Gaia- Last Train to Lhasa
    * Transatlantic- Mystery Train
    * Erik Norlander- The Long Ion Train
    * Jethro Tull- Locomotive Breath
    * Mars Hollow- Midnight
    * Syzygy- Dialectic
    * Anathema- Everything
    * David Bowie- Station to Station
    * Jeff Beck- Stand On It
    * Blue Drift- Nuclear Train
    * The Onion Radio News
    * Doobie Brothers- Long Train Runnin'
    * Maze of Time- Station to Station
    * Il Balletto Di Bronzo- Ys in it's entirety
    * Robert Plant- Win My Train Fair Home
    * Steve Hackett- Last Train to Istanbul
    * Jeff Beck- Where Were You
    * Alan Bennett and Peter Cook- The Great Train Robbery
    * Keith Emerson Band- Marche Train
    * Marillion- This Train is My Life
    * Suzi's Corner- Writers Block
    * Genesis- Frustration
    * Kansas- On the Other Side
    * Liquid Village- Frustration Song
    * Dream Theater- Wither
    * Procol Harum- Typewriter Torment
    * Pink Floyd- Lost For Words
    * The Last Station
    * King's X- The Train
    * Shamall- Riding the Magnetic Levitation Train
    * California Guitar Trio- Train to Lamy
    * Parzival's Eye- Longing's End
    * Rainbow- Stargazer
    * Dio- Rainbow in the Dark
    * Bittertown- The Train to Nowhere
    * Vogon Outro

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 24, 2010, 04:59:48 am
Soundscape #196

There is no getting around it, some artists are the prog equivalent of a nymphomaniac. They will play in any band that will have them, and they will play often. Their only cure is to produce amazing music. This week we will check out just a few of those amazing musicians.

In Suzi's corner, we pay homage to tha amazing TV show "Lost". As we enter the finale, we are all waiting with baited breath to see what answers turn up, and how the great mystery unfolds.

New music abounds as we check out new music from Porcelain, Raccomandata Ricevuta Ritorno, and Nick Magnus.

There are so many great themes we have in the works for this summer. Here are just a few that we have discussed: Australian Prog, All in the Family, The Billy Sherwood Show, The Steves of Prog, Sexualized Prog, and many many more. We hope you will join us for the journey. If you would like to suggest a theme, or have a request, send them to woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Steve Hackett-Watcher of the Skies
    * Yes- Fortune Seller
    * Billy Sherwood- Wake Up Call
    * The Flower Kings- Selfconsuming Fire
    * Kaipa- Last Free Indian
    * Raccomandata Ricevuta Ritorno- Eagle Mountain
    * IQ- Crashed and Burned (Live)
    * Porcelain- Someone and Love
    * California Guitar Trio- Discipline
    * Gov't Mule- Throw the God a Bone
    * No-man- Mixtaped
    * Porcupine Tree- Octane Twisted
    * Porcupine Tree- The Seance
    * Porcupine Tree- Circle of Manias
    * Porcupine Tree- I Drive the Hearse
    * David Van Tieghem- Frost Palace
    * Aurora Project- Human Gateway
    * Jack Foster III- The Shy Ones
    * Shinedown- Her Name is Alice
    * The Human Experimente- 21st Century Schizoid Man
    * Fripp, Gunn, Rieflin- Hootenanny at the Pink Pussycat Cafe
    * Adrian Belew- Water Turns to Wine
    * Quodia- Sitting on the Bank
    * Trey Gunn- The Glove
    * John Paul Jones- Snake Eyes
    * Suzi's Corner: Getting Lost
    * Michael Giacchino- Main Title
    * Radiohead- Lucky
    * David Gilmour- On an Island
    * Andromeda- Castaway
    * The Gathering- Rescue Me
    * The Oceanic Six- Invisible Others
    * Michael Giacchino- Locke's Excellent Adventure
    * Genesis- Shepherd
    * Kaipa- Smoke from a Secret Source
    * Rush- Jacob's Ladder
    * Back to our Theme
    * Steve Thorne- Toxicana Apocalypso
    * Roland Orzabal- Kill Love
    * Tuner- A Test of Faith
    * Mr. Mister- Kyrie
    * Nick Magnus- The Colony is King
    * Nick Magnus- Crimewave Monkeys
    * Asia- Light the Way
    * Alan Parsons Live Project- Breakdown/The Raven
    * Marillion- This is the 21st Century
    * The Rolling Stones- Shine a Light
    * Vogon Outro

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on May 31, 2010, 11:31:28 am
Soundscape #197 All in the Family

When Suzi suggested we do a theme for prog bands with family members, I thought we might find a few but certainly not the landfall that emerged. It would seem that prog often runs in the blood of our faithful musical heroes. And although prog is generally seen as a male dominated genre, very often husband and wife teams turn up, even in the DJ world lol. We want to thank everyone for supporting this theme. Without your suggestions and collective wisdom, this might have been a very boring show. With your help, we think we spawned a rather enjoyable ride and we hope that you will enjoy our results.

Also in this weeks episode you get a chance to hear new music from Pineapple Thief, Declan Burke, Odyssice, and of course the new Spock's Beard.

We will be off the air for 2 weeks due to my running off to connect with classmates and faculty in good ole San Fran. We encourage you all to check out the bevy of great shows here at The Dividing Line, just make sure you return to us when we get back to the interwaves. Our next theme will be a wily one. Spawned in the DLBN chatroom brothel, the theme of sex in prog will surely be the most taboo subject we have tackled yet. We encourage your input in this theme and we look forward to another lively discussion. Send us a letter and let uis know what you believe to be the songs that connect prog music and sexuality. woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Styx- Light Up
    * Lana Lane- Starrider
    * Spock's Beard- The Water
    * The Pineapple Thief- Preparation for Meltdown
    * Odyssice- Memento
    * Declan Burke- Destroy All Monsters
    * Mastermind- When the Walls Fell
    * Guido's Hand- Il Tercosa Di Luce- Rondo
    * Pain of Salvation- A Trace of Blood
    * CPR- That House
    * IZZ- 23 Minutes of Tragedy
    * Ozric Tentacles- Tidal Convergence
    * Gentle Giant- In a Glass House
    * Steve Howe Trio- Close to the Edge
    * Magenta- Blind Faith
    * Rick Wakeman- Anne of Cleves
    * Magellan- Found
    * Steve Hackett- Sleepers
    * History Lesson- Franco Batiato (Pollution)
    * Il Silenzio Del Rumore
    * 31 Decembre 1999- Ore9
    * Areknames
    * Beta
    * Plancton
    * Pollution
    * Back to the Fam
    * Santana- Transmutation/Industrial
    * Adrian Belew Power Trio- Three of a Perfect Pair
    * Sunday All Over the World- Freedom
    * Peter Gabriel- Sky Blue
    * Lee Abraham- The Mirror
    * Julie Slick- Shadow Trip
    * Saga- On the Other Side
    * Spock's Beard- The Emperor's Clothes
    * Spock's Beard- From the Darkness
    * The Flower Kings- The Road Back Home
    * Vogon Poetry Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on July 02, 2010, 05:23:17 am
Soundscape #198 Sex In Prog

Although this show is not necessarily raunchy, it does contain sexual material that may not be approved by some audiences. That said, we have a fun and decadent show for you here. In the midst of writing papers and getting ready for the end of the semester, the listeners (god bless you all) helped us to build a worthwhile set of sexy prog.

We will again be out this Sunday, but if you are interested in getting an older show, just write us and we will throw something extra old in the mix. When we return we will be checking out the cross over between jam bands and prog. Send us your requests thoughts and ideas- woody@thedividingline.com

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    * Emerson, Lake, and Powell- The Score
    * The Machine- Shine On You Crazy Diamond
    * P-Floyd- Wearing the Inside Out
    * Pink Floyd- Arnold Layne
    * Jethro Tull- Velvet Green
    * Marillion- She Chameleon
    * Jeavestone- Extended Massive Orgasm
    * Sylvan- King Porn (sound problems ensue)
    * Minus the Bear- White Mystery
    * Kevin Gilbert- Fun
    * Negativland- The Playboy Channel
    * Beardfish- South of the Border
    * IQ- My Baby Treats Me Right Cos I'm a Hard Lovin Man All Night
    * Roine Stolt- Bizarre Seahorse Sex Attack
    * Genesis- Counting Out Time
    * Coupling- Lesbian Spank Inferno
    * Fish- The Voyeur (I Like To Watch)
    * Coupling- Naked Women
    * Elton John- All The Young Girls Love Alice
    * Yes- Rhythm of Love (Houston 1988)
    * Roger Waters- 4:41 Am Sexual Revolution
    * Dave Matthews Band- Sledgehammer
    * Bobby Gaylor- Masturbation
    * Joe Satriani- Borg Sex
    * Porcupine Tree- Open Car
    * Camel- Lady Fantasy
    * Aphrodite's Child- Infinity
    * Emerson, Lake, and Palmer- Still..You Turn Me On
    * Onion Radio News
    * Jefferson Airplane- Triad
    * Jethro Tull- Kissing Willie
    * Marillion- Afraid of Sunlight
    * Marillion- Asylum Satellite 1
    * Porcupine Tree- Anesthetize
    * David Bromberg- Bullfrog Blues
    * Vogon Poetry Outro

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on July 12, 2010, 05:12:54 am
Soundscape #199

If you like your music with unclear boundaries, long journeys into the neural abyss, and full of surprise then this is the show for you. After a couple of weeks off the air, Soundscape returns again with a show about improv and jam within the context of prog. We greatly appreciate everyone's input on this show. Though we were not able to use everyone's suggestions (and we left out quite a few of our own) we feel that this show will take you on a wild long journey. Summer's here and the time is right for dancin in the streets (although those who dance to this had better get used to developing your own choreography). Next week we will return with some new music and The Steve's of Prog show.

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    * Deep Purple- Space Truckin'
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Pink Floyd- Point Me At the Sky
    * Grateful Dead- Magnesium Night Light
    * Shadow Circus- The Hand of God
    * King Crimson- Improv: Munchen
    * PFM- Celebration (Including When the World Became the World)
    * Phish- Tweezer
    * Porcupine Tree- Hatesong
    * Pink Floyd- Saucerful of Secrets
    * String Cheese Incident- Impressions>Coal Train Jam> Impressions
    * Eloy- The Light from Deep Darkness
    * Marillion- Marouatte Jam
    * Zentropy- and 1 and 2 and 3 and bomp
    * The Grateful Dead- Playin in the Band
    * King Crimson- Starless and Bible Black
    * Fractal- Prominence
    * Supertramp- Aries
    * Birds and Buildings- Yucatan 65- The Agitation of the Mass
    * Steve Hackett- Firth of Fifth
    * Furthur- Time> Death Don't Have No Mercy
    * The Grateful Dead- We Bid You Good Night
    * Vogon Outro

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on July 19, 2010, 04:29:22 am
Soundscape #200 The Roots of the Tempest

Due to a sort of viral crawl of new band information in my brain, this weeks episode was converted from the Steve's of Prog, to a historical review of the 1973 Album by Tempest. For my part this was a huge discovery of new music and many things I had not previously put together. I felt that if I was learning something new, you might also.

Next week we will carry on with The Steve's of Prog.

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    * Abarax- Cry Out For Me
    * Abarax- Autumn Storm
    * Soundscape Intro
    * Glyder- Weather the Storm
    * Big Big Train- Master James of St. George
    * Porcupine Tree- Sentimental> Drown With Me
    * Elton John- Have Mercy on the Criminal
    * The Roots of the Tempest
    * John Mayall- Bare Wires Suite
    * Igginbottom's Wrench- California Dreamin
    * Skid Row- Unco-Up Showband Blues
    * Colosseum- January's Search> February's Valentyne> The Grass is Always Greener
    * Colosseum- Theme for an Imaginary Western> Foyer of Fun
    * Humble Pie- Stone Cold Fever
    * Humble Pie- I Wonder
    * Widespread Panic- I Walk on Guilded Splinters
    * Peter Frampton- Jumping Jack Flash
    * Dick Heckstall Smith- Crabs> The Pirates Dream
    * Greenslade- Feathered Friends> What Are You Doin To Me?
    * Atomic Rooster- Breathless> Space Cowboy
    * Tempest- Gorgon> Up and On> Upon Tomorrow
    * Colosseum II- Dark Side of the Moog> On Second Thoughts
    * End Theme
    * Kansas- Sparks of the Tempest
    * PB II- Cradle to Cradle
    * Helloween- Locomotive Breath
    * Frost*- Black Light Machine
    * The Mock Turtle's- Are You Experienced?
    * Heart- Goodbye Blue Sky
    * Vogon Outro

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on August 26, 2010, 08:07:49 pm
Soundscape #204 Land Down Under

Escape Velocity- Australia

    * Darwin Indigenous Quartet- The Mice Women
    * Men At Work- Down Under
    * Unitopia- Suffocation> Artificial World
    * Cosmic Nomads- Global Heat
    * AC/DC- Thunderstruck
    * Wolfmother- Where Eagles Have Been
    * Aragon- The Crucifixtion
    * Cosmic Nomads- Trolltog- Long are the Ages
    * Ahkmed- Saltwater
    * The Church- Reptile
    * Syzygy- Variations Pt 1 & 2 (Not the Australian Band)
    * Vauxdvihl- Philosophic Mosaica
    * Monty Python- Bruces
    * History Lesson- Greenslade Debut Album
    * An English Western
    * Drowning Man
    * Temple Song
    * Melange
    * Sundance
    * What Are You Doin to Me?
    * Back to theme
    * The Australian Doos Show- Stairway to Heaven
    * The Australian Pink Floyd Show- One of these Days
    * The Australian Pink Floyd Show- Comfortably Numb
    * The Church- Day of the Dead
    * The Church- The Illusionist
    * The Church- Under the Milky Way
    * Daevid Allen- Have You Seen My Friend?
    * The Third Ending- Digital Sunrise> Cold Light of Day
    * Karnivool- The Caudel Lure
    * Unitopia- Tesla> Reflections> The Power of 3> The Rule of 3's
    * The Aussie Bush Band- Advance Australia Fair
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on September 24, 2010, 02:38:55 pm
Soundscape #205 A-Mazing We WIll Go

In one of my crazed ether filled stupors I concocted this little triumph of a show. Basically I took an ordinary maze and filled it with songs. Most of these songs were related to things one might see in a maze but there were hidden goodies round every corner. Listeners were asked to make suggestions about which direction to travel and the show was based on their decisions. We had a great time in the live show and we hope that it will be as much fun for our podcast listeners.

On next weeks show, we will feature music that uses phonetic reversal and backmasking. Come join us for what is sure to be a satanic trip into the past.

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    * Knight Area- Beyond/The Gate of Eternity
    * Steve Hackett- Ghost in the Glass
    * The Pineapple Thief- The State We're In
    * 5Bridges- Sign on the wall
    * Spock's Beard- Kamikaze
    * Fractal-Mantra: Eternal Spring of Life
    * Abarax- All These Walls
    * Circa- Ever Changing World
    * The Resonance Association- Path of Totality
    * Robert Plant- Silver Rider
    * Adrian Belew Power Trio- Writing on the Wall
    * IZZ- Places to Hide
    * Paul Gilbert- Full Tank
    * Camper Van Beethoven- The Long Plastic Hallway
    * Mostly Autumn- Nowhere to Hide
    * BunChakeze- Flight of the Phoenix
    * Parzival's Eye- Skylights
    * Solar Project- Pigs(Feat. Dogs n' Sheep)
    * The Reasoning- Breaking the 4th Wall
    * Marillion- Story from a Thin Wall
    * David Bowie- Weeping Wall
    * Soundgarden- Rusty Cage
    * An Endless Sporadic- The Adventures of Jabubu
    * Echo Us- Out at the Edge of the World
    * Manning- A Road Less Traveled
    * Mike Oldfield and Jon Anderson- The Path
    * Persephone's Dream- Pan's Labyrinth
    * Gary Moore- Merry Go Round
    * Yoso- Path to Your Heart
    * Spiritual Beggars- The Road Less Travelled
    * Unwritten Pages- Unexpected Twists and Turns
    * Steve Howe- Labyrinth
    * Symphony X- The Turning
    * Bushwhack- The Greatest Wall
    * Yes- Walls
    * Jake Shimabakuro- Trapped
    * Sarah Hezen- Needles
    * The Beatles- The Long and Winding Road
    * Buckethead- Torture Tunnel
    * Kate Bush- Wow
    * The Intersphere- I Have a Place forYou on Google Earth
    * Panic Room- The Fall
    * Elf Project- The Road of Change
    * Shpongle- A New Way to Say Hooray
    * Rainbow- Street of Dreams
    * The Flower Kings- The Last Exit
    * Martin Orford- The Final Solution
    * Vogon Outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on October 09, 2010, 01:05:05 pm
Soundscape #206 Secret Messages

In my deep past I encountered a preacher who believed that rock music used backwards satanic messages to subliminally influence those who listened to the music. His entire thesis relied on the idea that through direct communication with Satan bands had used some kind of black magic to place messages into the music. Studies of course have revealed that neither subliminal messages or backmasking influence the listener, but of course the christian right had a field day with this notion back in the 80s. This episode connects with some of that backmasking and hidden messages spirit of the past . Although the entire show is not devoted to these messages, it was fun to listen to some of the stuff again.

Besides this, there was plenty of new music thrown in for good measure including new Tinyfish, BunChakeeze, Big Big Train and Sunchild. We hope you enjoy the show.

Due to the challenges of being a good and hopefully sane student, Soundscape is only airing every other week. It is possible that we will follow in the footsteps of Progopolis and start posting some of our favorite episodes for when we can't be here. We hope that you will understand, its not you, its us. Please join us on 10/17 for another dose of Soundscape.

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    * ELO- Secret Messages
    * ELO- Fire on High
    * BunChakeeze- The Deal
    * Sunchild- Raindrops
    * Sunchild- Amalgama
    * Sunchild- A Moment in Time
    * Roger Waters- Perfect Sense Pt I and II
    * Pink Floyd- What Shall We Do Now?
    * Don Schiff- Secret World
    * Chimpan A- The Secret Wish
    * Napolean XIV- !Aaah-Ah, Yawa Em Ekat ot Gnimoc Er'yeht
    * Napolean XIV= They're Coming To Take Me Away Ha-Haa!
    * Matching Mole- Instant Kitten
    * Robert Wyatt- Little Red Robin Hood Hit the Road
    * Anthony Phillips- Wise After the Event
    * Karmakanic- Send a Message from the Heart
    * Big Big Train- British Racing Green
    * Porcupine Tree- Shesmovedon
    * A set of backwards messages
    * Styx- Snowblind
    * Diablo Swing Orchestra- Ballrog Boogie
    * Spock's Beard- The Man Behind the Curtain
    * Robert Svilpa- In the Shadows
    * Big Big Train- The Wide Open Sea
    * Genesis- Entangled
    * Tinyfish- Bad Weather Road
    * Also Eden- Reality Cheque
    * Sunchild- Time and the Tide
    * Bob and Doug Mackenzie- Black Holes
    * Robert Fripp- Haaden Two
    * The Beatles- Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite
    * Iron Maiden- The Talisman
    * Alan Parsons Project- Nothing Left to Lose> The Turn of a Friendly Card
    * Vogon Poetry Ending

Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on October 25, 2010, 07:32:04 pm
Soundscape #207 The Return of Longshanks

Although this episode of Soundscape is rather late compared to actual release date of the Return of Longshanks cd, the show is dedicated to this new album. You can check out a review of the album here: http://www.dprp.net/reviews/201057.php

    * Telestrion- The One to Go
    * Erik Norlander- Sky Full of Stars
    * Ayreon- Journey on the Waves of Time
    * Joe Satriani- The Journey
    * Longshanks- The Web of Life
    * Surrounded by Ninjas- Dreaming
    * Longshanks- In Dreams
    * King Crimson- Moonchild
    * Genesis- Mad Man Moon
    * Two Fires- Hold on to Your Dream
    * Longshanks- The Wandering Merchant
    * Longshanks- Leave Me Alone
    * Yes- Fortune Seller
    * David Bowie- Try Some, Buy Some
    * Al Di Meola- Alien Chase on Arabian Desert
    * Longshanks- In the Desert
    * Satellite- Every Desert Got Its Ocean
    * Longshanks- The Bath Song
    * Uncle Tupelo- I Got Drunk
    * Phish- Bathtub Gin
    * Elbow- Don't Mix Your Drinks
    * Colourbox- Just Give Em Whiskey
    * Longshanks- I Love the Road
    * Rocket Scientists-Revolution Road
    * Shadow Gallery- Roads of Thunder
    * Tinyfish- Bad Weather Road
    * UNitopia- Journey's Friend
    * Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman- The Winners
    * Longshanks- The Traveling Song Pt. 3
    * Yogi Lang- A Million Miles Away
    * Materdea- Another Trip to Skye
    * Montecristo- Ancestral Land
    * Jerry Garcia Band- Like a Road
    * Vogon poetry outro
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on October 31, 2010, 05:23:04 pm
Soundscape #208 Progoween 2010 What Scares You?

Welcome creeps, progoblins, gothic ghouls, and symphonc skeletons to the 5th annual Progoween for Soundscape. We have here for you a rather gruesome mix of fear inducing, spine tingling, dark digging drama. Plug in for a spooky Halloween mix! We will see you on the other side!

    * Marilyn Manson- Prelude (The Family Trip)
    * Bigelf- Gravest Show on Earth
    * Gene Wilder- Pure Imagination
    * Par Lindh Project- Baroque Impression No. 1
    * ThreeMonks- Deep Red (profondo Rosso)> Profondo Gotico
    * Vincent Price- All Hallow's Eve Fear
    * Bigelf- The Evils of Rock n Roll
    * Kate Bush- Hammer Horror
    * Parzivals Eye- Face My Fear
    * Timeline- Vertigo
    * Invertigo- Vertigo
    * City of Prague Philharmonic- Vertigo- Prelude/ Nightmare
    * Alan Parsons- I Can't Look Down
    * Walt Disney Sound Effects Group- The Birds
    * Birds and Buildings- Birds Flying into Buildings
    * John Williams- Close Encounters (The Conversation)
    * Acid Mothers Temple- Close Encounters of the Electric Spirit
    * Hawkwind- Spiral Galaxy 28948
    * The Onion Radio News
    * Muse- Space Dementia
    * Alan Parsons Project- Cask of Amontillado
    * King Crimson- Arena of Terror
    * Dead Soul Tribe- Spiders and Flies
    * Buckethead- Pure Imagination
    * Peter Hammill- Gog Magog (In Bromine Chambers)
    * The Rebel Wheel- Arachnophobia
    * Van Helsing's Curse- Let the Pain Begin
    * Star One- Victim of the Modern Age
    * The Onion Radio News
    * Helloween- Who is Mr. Madman?
    * Paul Gilbert- Plastic Dracula
    * Diablo Swing Orchestra- Bedlam Sticks
    * Kate Bush- Get Out of My House
    * Anja Garbarek- Her Room
    * Toner- Gate 9
    * Sleepytime Gorilla Museum- The Creature
    * Floydian Propulsion Project- Is there Anybody Out There (Panoramic Paralysis)
    * Miranda Sex Garden- Without Trace
    * Blue Oyster Cult- Joan Crawford
    * Steven Wilson- The Unquiet Grave
    * Robert Fripp- Fear of Light
    * Buckethead- We Are Alone (Feat. Serj Tankian)
    * Muse- Knights of Cydonia
    * Phish- Halloween Harpua
    * Vogon Poetry Ending
Title: Re: Soundscape
Post by: soundscape on November 15, 2010, 05:56:44 am
Soundscape #209 Mars Needs Prog

“Space flights are merely an escape, a fleeing away from oneself, because it is easier to go to Mars or to the moon than it is to penetrate one's own being”- Carl Gustav jung

This weeks progressive flight of fancy sends us towards Mars. A small smattering of martian prog hits the Soundscape and your DJs throw in some abrupt bumps to make the journey interesting.

In two weeks more we will devote our show to the chessboard, and also get a little dose of prog metal.

    * Rush- Countdown
    * Box- Liftoff
    * Box- Black Dog There
    * Blue Drift- Deep Space
    * Porcupine Tree- It Will Rain For a Million Years
    * Ayreon- 2084
    * Threshold- Voyager II
    * Threshold- Sunrise on Mars
    * Elton John- Rocket Man
    * Jack Lancaster and Marvin Lumley- Arrival (Into Mars Orbit)> Phobos and Deimos> With a Great Feeling Pt.A
    * Unwritten Pages- Deimos Theme
    * UNwritten Pages- Blowing Red Ashes Pt 1
    * Pearls Before Swine- Rocket Man
    * Ayreon- My House on Mars
    * The H Band- Life on Mars?
    * Random Touch- Footprints of Mars
    * Solar Circus- Cats are the Martians
    * Paul McCartney & Wings- Venus and Mars> Rockshow
    * The Neanderthals- Martian Hop
    * Bucket Shop- Playing Mars
    * The Tangent- Grooving on Mars
    * Marc Bolan and T. Rex- Ballrooms of Mars
    * 30 Seconds to Mars- Welcome to the Universe
    * Mother Mars- The Voices are Back
    * The Mars Volta- Televators
    * The Vital Might- Trouble
    * Mars Hollow- Dawn of Creation
    * Solaris- The Martian Chronicles IV-VI
    * Solaris- Mars Poetica
    * Royal Hunt- Dreamline> Out of Reach> Fourth Dimension> Days of No Trust
    * Jeff Waynes War of the Worlds- Horsell Common and The Heat Ray> Artilleryman and The Fighting Machines
    * Emerson, Lake, and Powell- Mars, Bringer of War
    *  Vangelis- Movement 3 and 4
    * Rusted Root- Send Me On My Way
    * Rush- Spirit of the Radio
    * Rachel Bloom- F**k Me Ray Bradbury
    * Vogon Poetry Outro