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Show Playlists / RushHour & AfterRushHour
« on: May 09, 2006, 08:42:17 pm »
RushHour & AfterRushHour May 9th, 2006    **Show #106**

RUSH HOUR PLAYLIST

Limbo (5:29)
Test For Echo (5:56)
By-Tor And The Snow Dog, Live-ATWAS (11:58)**For Hemispherical Walter**
Analog Kid, Live-DS (5:15)
Open Secrets (5:38)
Everyday Glory (5:11)
Earthshine (5:38) **Welcome back Lady Earthshine**
The Spirit Of Radio (4:59)

AFTER RUSH HOUR PLAYLIST

OSI - Kicking (3:53)
Pete Townshend - Hiding Out (3:01)
Pearl Jam - Come Back (5:29) **For MMGator**
Tool - The Pot (6:21) **For LunarMermaid**
Porcupine Tree - How Is Your Life Today? (2:46) **For Tasha**
Traveling Wilburys - Handle With Care (3:19)
Pink Floyd - What Do You Want from Me (4:21) **Happy Birthday Greg**
Pink Floyd - Vera (1:28) **Happy Birthday Greg**
Porcupine Tree - Stranger By The Minute (4:30) **For rushfan**
Blackfield - Epidemic (3:28)
Ozric Tentacles - Holohedron (5:49)
Victor - Start Today (3:52)

What a fun chat crowd tonight! Some new tunes from some old favorites. A little trip down DLBN DJ memory lane. Enjoy!

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Artists & Music / Prog, the only honest music
« on: November 24, 2004, 10:55:03 pm »
According to Neil Peart in his newest book Traveling Music...

"If a piece of work was an honest expression of its maker, it was also a milestone of his progress, and a benchmark to build upon in the future.  As much as the notion of "progressive" music has been mocked, used to denigrate a particular style of experimental, ambitious arranging and musicianship, it was really the only possible kind of honest music.

In an unfortunate contradiction, progressive music was described by ignorant, biased critics as "pretentious", but what a confused value system that terminology represented.  Seldom was there a more honest style of music, based on solid principles of musicianship, exploration, and fascinatioin.  It did not "pretend" youth, or adolescent passion, like so much pop music written by aging men and women with cynical formulas, and it did not "pretend" rebellion, like so much pop music written by leering mercenaries in motorcyle jackets and careful hairdos.  (From "the Sound of Muzak", by Porcupine Tree, a modern-day "progressive" band:  "The music of rebellion makes you wanna rage/ But it's made by millionaires who are nearly twice your age")."

What an accurate description of Prog!  Thought you might enjoy it!

And he likes PTree too!!  Neil picks the music that is played on the PA System before Rush shows.  This year's tour pre-show music included Sound of Muzak!!  I wanted to shout out..."EVERYONE!!  This is Porcupine Tree!!  LISTEN-UP!!"

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The Dividing Line / RushHour May 4, 2004
« on: May 05, 2004, 07:31:48 am »
Week #2 under the belt!! A few more "gliches", but overall went very smoothly! Some mighty good tunes and mighty good requests! Thanks to all who showed up in chat! A fair crowd for only #2! It was fun! Drop us an email if you want to be on our mailing list to get set lists, reminders, surprises (?)


One Little Victory
Available Light **Grrrl's Pick o'the week**
Territories
Middletown Dreams
Making Memories
Anthem
Countdown *Request
Jacob's Ladder
Grand Designs *Request


Next Week: Brad's Favorites (sure to be some Hemispheres)

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The Dividing Line / RushHour Debut, April 27th
« on: April 27, 2004, 08:36:08 pm »
WOW! That was Fun!! We started off with a flub, but got on the right track pretty quickly :-) We played some great tunes (like there are any bad Rush tunes, IOHO) and we're already planning next weeks list! Thanks to all who showed up and thanks again to Grrrl for turning us on to this great place!

Stick It Out (Live)
Entre Nous
The Weapon
Here Again
After Image
Lessons
Cygnus X-1 *Request
You Bet Your Life *Request
Secret Touch

 8)  BNL

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The Dividing Line / Dry Run RushHour
« on: April 25, 2004, 01:50:50 pm »
We tried a dry run of our show this morning :o  A few glitches, especially at first.  The music was loud and clear, which is what counts.  The voice mic improves throughout.  It is an hour show and is available on our show page.  Listen if you'd like and hopefully you will tune in for the real thing on Tuesday at 6pm PDT.  See ya!

PlayList
Cold Fire 4:27
Red Barchetta 6:49
Driven (Live) 5:16
Earthshine 5:38
Take a Friend 4:27
Something For Nothing 3:58
Stick It Out (Live) 4:42
How It Is 4:05
Analog Kid (Live) 5:14
Entre Nous 4:37  For Grrrl

Lorena/RushWife

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