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

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

Vince and Daisy
Progopolis hosts

Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: May 22, 2011, 10:55:09 am »
Join us on the latest episode of the progressive rock podcast Progopolis as we celebrate the non-apocalypse with a themed selection of fitting "End of the World" tracks. You may have to look deep to find the significance in some, but it's certainly there. Doomsday has been postponed! Rejoice in The Progalypse!

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

Vince & Daisy
Progopolis hosts

Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: May 08, 2011, 05:17:00 pm »
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* Brand new music from Tony Levin's Stick Men
* Premiere of an exclusive track from textural guitarist Simeon Harris's forthcoming album
* New music from The Fierce and The Dead, Mars Hollow, and Le Orme
* Norwegian experimental jazz outfit Jaga Jazzist
* Special guest caller Shawn "The Bishie" Bishop of Behind the Lines fame

Stick Men - Time's Insane Ashes (3:50)
Jaga Jazzist - Bananfluer Overalt (6:16)
Genesis - Mama (6:51)
Stick Men - Pomegranate (5:44)
Moonbound - Hold Me (3:33)
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Mother (3:18)
Van der Graaf Generator - Bunsho (5:02)
Adrian Belew - Ampersand (4:23)
Simeon Harris - Along the Glacier's Edge (6:38)
The Fierce & The Dead - Flint (5:29)
The Fierce & The Dead - Daddies Little Helper (4:20)
The Rolling Stones - Mother's Little Helper (2:47)
The Knife - We Share Our Mothers' Health (4:11)
Mars Hollow - Wait For Me (9:29)
Jaga Jazzist - Toccata (9:10)
Pink Floyd - Mother (Movie Version) (7:16)
Pink Floyd - Matilda Mother (2010 Mix) (3:57)
Porcupine Tree - Mother and Child Divided (Live) (5:23)
Blackfield - Blackfield (5:01)
Yak - Entangled in Dreams (10:05)
American Hollow - Gravity (6:14)
Le Orme - L'alba di Eurasia (2:03)
Le Orme - IL romanzo di Alessandro (2:55)
Moonbound - Our Day Will Come (4:22)
Stephen Lynch - Mother's Day (1:07)
Queen - Tie Your Mother Down (3:45)
Tracy Bonham - Mother Mother (3:01)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama (3:32)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - Oh No (1:45)
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - The Orange County Lumber Truck (3:21)
U.K. - Rendezvous 6-02 (5:00)
Fish - Credo (6:39)
Paul Simon - Mother and Child Reunion (2:49)
Tears for Fears - Mother's Talk (US Remix) (4:13)
The Doors - When the Music's Over (10:57)
Richard Harris - MacArthur Park (7:25)
Particle - The Elevator (7:30)
The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter (4:32)
David Sylvian - Mother and Child (3:15)

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

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

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

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

Happy Easter,
Vince & Daisy
Progopolis hosts

Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: March 27, 2011, 09:00:43 am »
In 1971, a British prog rock band by the name of Spring recorded their one and only album. Forty years later, that self-titled masterpiece is still celebrated as a classic representation of early 70s prog rock. This is owed in great part to the band's heavy use of mellotron, which serves to make their eponymous album a rare snapshot of a time in musical history that's never been repeated. On this episode of Progopolis we ring in the arrival of spring (the season) with a 40th anniversary airing of Spring's eponymous album. Also in this episode...

* New music from Blackfield's "Welcome To My DNA"
* New IZZ cover of Peter Gabriel's "Red Rain"
* Uzbek prog rock band FromUZ
* New music from former Big Big Train vocalist Sean Filkins

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

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

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


Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: March 13, 2011, 09:18:40 am »
March 12, 2011

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

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

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

Pete Bardens - In Dreams (5:32)
Pete Bardens - Home Thoughts (2:18)
Gentle Giant - Free Hand (6:15)
Elbow - Lippy Kids (6:06)
Elbow - With Love (4:12)
Pink Floyd - Us And Them (7:37)
Porcupine Tree - Deadwing (9:46)
Queensryche - Heaven On Their Minds (4:54)
Peter Hammill - Child (4:25)
Richard Wright - Summer Elegy (4:55)
Eric Johnson - Friends (5:34)

Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: February 20, 2011, 10:49:58 am »
February 19, 2011

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

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

Bonus song: Shawn Bishop – Blood Bank

Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: February 06, 2011, 08:43:10 am »
In part 2 of a planned 3-show special, we resume the countdown of our selections of the top 30 albums of 2010. Also: Vince lets his nomination for Prog Personality of the Year go to his head, but Daisy bursts the bubble before any real damage can occur. Download the podcast in mp3 format or listen in streaming audio at

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

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

Blood & guts & prog,
Vince + Daisy

Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: January 23, 2011, 12:29:38 pm »
Listen along as we reveal our choices for the top 30 albums of 2010 and play several selections from each. This episode is part 1 of a planned 3-broadcast special. You can download the podcast in mp3 format or listen in streaming audio at


#30 Nordagust – In the Mist of Morning

#29 Porcupine Tree – Atlanta (Live)

#28 Julie Slick – Julie Slick

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

#26 Inna Zhelannaya – Cocoon

#25 Nine Stones Close – Traces

#24 Lunatic Soul – Lunatic Soul II

#23 WD-41+2 – Temi Per Cinema

#22 Trey Gunn – I'll Tell What I Saw

#21 The Fierce and The Dead - EP


Tune in next on Saturday February 5 as we resume the countdown and work our way through numbers 20 to 11.

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

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

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Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: November 21, 2010, 10:17:17 am »
November 20, 2010

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

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

Prog Out w/your Hog Out,
Vince & Daisy

The Dividing Line / Progopolis 2.0
« on: November 19, 2010, 03:20:40 pm »
Please join us Saturday November 20 at 7pm Pacific (10pm Eastern) for the launch of Progopolis 2.0. We'll be discussing the recent "Fripp flap" that led to the permanent cancellation of The Crimson Connection, as well as kicking off our new show centerpiece, The Gravy Train.

Shine On,
Vince & Daisy

The Dividing Line / Fripp Off! Say Goodbye to The Crimson Connection
« on: November 13, 2010, 11:08:15 am »
Effective immediately, Progopolis will no longer be airing The Crimson Connection. On Wednesday, we received a "cease and desist" email from a company that represents Robert Fripp, King Crimson, and Declan Music on issues of snooping out and putting a stop to the illegal distribution of King Crimson material.

It appears that our efforts to promote the music of King Crimson over the last six years have only served to lump us in with career bootleggers, and for that we've been asked to remove all Progopolis archives containing King Crimson material. In order to avoid any legal consequences, we've complied by editing out the Crimson Connection from our Halloween broadcast. The rest of the show remains available, with added commentary by yours truly that we will be certain to expand upon on the next broadcast.

I can't say that this comes as any surprise. But I think it's ironic that in Robert Fripp's tireless efforts to put an end to illegal file sharing, he's set a machine in motion that will likely bring more harm to his cause than good. The next time you meet someone who's never heard of King Crimson, ask yourself where the real blame lies: ignorance, or Fripp?

Shine On,

Vince & Daisy

Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: October 31, 2010, 08:37:52 am »
Epic, five hour Halloween special featuring the premiere of new Steven Wilson remixes of King Crimson's "In the Wake of Poseidon" and "Islands." Listen here

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

Show Playlists / Re: Prog'opolis
« on: October 19, 2010, 06:51:53 pm »
There are probably 100 Pink Floyd songs that that most of you have never heard before. Click the link below to hear some of them.

Let There Be More Light
The Gold it's In The...
Not Now, John
Biding My Time
A Pillow of Winds
Obscured By Clouds
Lucifer Sam
Green is the Colour
The Narrow Way (Part 1-3)
Fat Old Sun (Live, 1971)
Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict
A New Machine (Part 1)
Terminal Frost
Us and Them (special guest performance by Donny Who Loved Bowling)
Candy and a Currant Bun (AKA Let's Roll Another One)
San Tropez
See Saw
Southampton Dock
The Final Cut
Signs of Life
Yet Another Movie (Round and Around)
What Do You Want From Me
One of These Days (guest performance by Rene Young and Shawn Bishop)
Julia Dream
Absolutely Curtains

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