Monday April 10th, 2017: Delia Derbyshire Appr’n Society

Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society: Not Your Stuffy Social Group.

The music and concepts isn’t nearly as stuffy as the name. Delia Derbyshire was the legendary electronic artist at the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop and a creator of the Doctor Who Theme. Her electronic music turned on a generation, among them, Garry Hughes of Bombay Dub Orchestra and Harvey Jones. They create a deep, beatless ambient music. They talk about electronic passions from Delia Derbyshire to Eno.

 

Monday, April 3rd
Echoes Program 1715A

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Bombay Dub Orchestra
Sea of Marmara
0:06:00
The Wild Reeds
Patience
0:10:07
March to May
Through the Night
0:14:32
George Winston
Many Clocks
0:20:08
SYML
Where’s My Love
0:24:03
Nathan Speir
As We Turn
0:29:00
break-Blow Up Hollywood
Adrift (excerpt)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Interview: The Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society


0:39:30
break


0:40:00
The Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society
St. Tropez 1966
0:45:52
All India Radio
Brave
0:51:04
Blonde Redhead
Golden Light
0:59:00
break-Cliff Martinez
Pretend It’s a Video Game (excerpt)

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Radiohead
Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Richman Poorman Beggarman Thief
1:06:00
Lexie Roth
Hanging Aorund
1:10:00
Sufjan Stevens/Bryce Dessner/Nico Muhly/James McAlister
Saturn
1:13:33
Geotic
Perish Song
1:20:10
Liset Alea
Hunter and Tiger
1:24:32
Selffish
I Came to Leave
1:29:30
break-The American Dollar
Flood (excerpt)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
S1gns of L1fe
Hyperbolic
1:36:36
Low Roar
Don’t Be So Serious
1:42:50
break


1:43:35
Yasmine Hamdan
Iza
1:48:00
Erik Wollo
Past Theme
1:52:57
Moya Brennan
Nuair A Bhi Og

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