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Tuesday April 18th, 2017-Echoes Program 1716B

Harmonica isn’t the sound you usually hear in ambient music, but that’s the chosen instrument of Art Patience, a musician from Arizona. He started out, and still plays blues and R&B harmonica licks, but on his recent albums, like The Recognition, he casts his harmonica out on desert southwest Echoes and ambient spaces.

Tuesday April 18th, 2017: Art Patience

Harmonica isn’t the sound you usually hear in ambient music, but that’s the chosen instrument of Art Patience, a musician from Arizona. He started out, and still plays blues and R&B harmonica licks, but on his recent albums, like The Recognition, he casts his harmonica out on desert southwest Echoes and ambient spaces.

Moby Talks About Innocents Tonight on Echoes

Hear Moby Interviewed Tonight on Echoes. I don’t know if Moby intended it this way, but Innocents sounds like the conclusion of a trilogy, joining Wait for Me and Destroyed, his two previous albums.  As on those recordings, Moby plays the ambient song-smith, crafting odes of haunting and poignant beauty, making a music that sounds…

Moby Talks About Innocents Tonight on Echoes

Hear Moby Interviewed Tonight on Echoes. I don’t know if Moby intended it this way, but Innocents sounds like the conclusion of a trilogy, joining Wait for Me and Destroyed, his two previous albums.  As on those recordings, Moby plays the ambient song-smith, crafting odes of haunting and poignant beauty, making a music that sounds…

Euphoria in Echoes Podcast.

Hear Euphoria Interviewed on Echoes Podcast Ken Ramm played in rock bands as a kid and spent a lot of time composing the soundtrack for the soap opera, “As The World Turns.”  But in the mid-1990s he had the idea of putting his guitar in a different musical environment. He took country-blues slide guitar, and…

Euphoria, the Band, on Echoes

Hear Euphoria Interviewed Tonight on Echoes. Ken Ramm played in rock bands as a kid and spent a lot of time composing the soundtrack for the soap opera, “As The World Turns.”  But in the mid-1990s he had the idea of putting his guitar in a different musical environment. He took country-blues slide guitar, and…

Moby’s Innocents Echoes CD of the Month.

Moby Scores Echoes CD of the Month Hat Trick with Innocents. Hear Moby’s Innocents Featured Tonight on Echoes. I don’t know if Moby intended it this way, but Innocents sounds like the conclusion of a trilogy, joining Wait for Me and Destroyed, his two previous albums.  As on those recordings, Moby plays the ambient song-smith,…

Alvin Lee Goes Home R.I.P.

Alvin Lee Founder & Guitarist of Ten Years After Passes I remember watching The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson around 1969.   I think it was Steve Lawrence, or another of those loungey Vegas entertainers Carson loved back then, was on the show talking about hanging out with this group Ten Years After.  He was shocked…