Tuesday, May 16th, 2017-Echoes Program 1720B

Psychedelic flashback with members of Syrinx.

Syrinx was an obscure Canadian band making an electronic space music a few years before Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze’s seminal works. They released two albums in 1970 and 1971 and then faded away. But now Syrinx has risen. Last year those records were unearthed and packaged as a collection and now, Syrinx is performing live at Moogfest and has a new documentary film out on the band. Surviving members John Mills-Cockell and Doug Pringle talk about their psychedelic electronic odyssey on Echoes.

 

Tuesday, May 16th
Echoes Program 1720B

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Erik Scott
Seven Veils
0:06:00
London Grammar
Oh Woman Oh Man
0:10:47
Howling
Phases (edit)
0:16:45
Sine
Far Away
0:21:50
From Indian Lakes
The Monster
0:25:19
Michael Hewett
Beauty
0:29:00
break-Paul Pimsler
Ether (excerpt)
Music

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Interivew : Syrinx


0:39:30
break


0:41:45
Syrinx
Appaloosa – Pegasus
0:52:53
Goldfrapp
Moon in Your Mouth
0:59:00
break-The American Dollar
Second Sight (excerpt)

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Blockhead
The Hucklebuck Slice
1:06:00
Land of Talk
Inner Lover
1:11:07
SYML
The War
1:16:46
Dlaivision
Heroes
1:23:32
Wilsen
Garden
1:29:30
break- I Think Like Midnight
Echo Celeste (excerpt)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Liset Alea
Going Home
1:33:48
Nathan Speir
Familiar Orbits
1:40:28
Adna
Soaked
1:44:55
break


1:45:40
Maggie Koerner
Cayute Woman (Fink Version)
1:50:53
Kitaro
Time and Space Cry

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