Wednesday, January 13, 2010 – Echoes Program 1002C

Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Echoes Program 1002C
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name
First Half Hour
0:01:00 Jimmy Behan Days Are What We Live In Days Are What We Live In
0:06:00 Ludovico Einaudi Lady Labyrinth Nightbook
0:11:19 Popol Vuh Listen He Who Ventures
Tantric Songs
0:17:10 Dogon The Round Buddha Factory The Sirius Expeditions
0:26:46 The Wimshurst’s Machine Moonshadows Pt 2
Secret Gardens
0:29:00 break
Second Half Hour
0:30:00 Kevin Keller Ensemble Peace
In Absentia
0:35:24 Anna Ternheim My Heart Still Beats for You
Leaving on a Mayday
0:39:38 Steve Stevens Feminova
Flamenco A Go-Go
0:43:20 Richard Marvin Pix Title Sequence
Surrogates (Soundtrack)
0:46:34 break
0:47:19 Air African Velvet Love 2
0:51:00 Azuma The Place Called Akino The Mind of Genesis
0:59:00 break
Third Half Hour
0:01:00 Liz Story 17 Seconds to Anywhere
17 Seconds to Anywhere
0:06:00 Dave Fulton & Giles Reaves Troubled Skies The Range
0:12:49 Matt Coldrick & Matt Hillier The Band from Atlantis
Elemental Journey: Absolute Ambient vol. 2
0:18:10 Kolinda Ej Banat Osz
0:21:42 James Murray Eleven (Decades Mix) Imaginary Friends (v/a)*
0:29:00 break
Fourth Half Hour
0:30:00 Ronn McFarlane Cathedral Cove Still:Echoes: The Echoes Living Room Concerts Vol. 15 (v/a)*
0:33:47 EarthRise SoundSystem Marom
The Yoga Sessions
0:39:40 Adam Rafferty Eleanor Rigby Chameleon
0:43:31 break
0:44:16 Laurence Juber Portobello Road Wooden Horses
0:47:40 Time for Three Sundays 3 Fervent Travelers
0:51:14 Lemonchill Adam & Eve Journey Through an Electric Garden

  1 comment for “Wednesday, January 13, 2010 – Echoes Program 1002C

  1. nutpainter
    January 14, 2010 at 4:35 am

    I am listening to you in Hungary almost every morning. I would like to give a short addition to your Wednesday, January 13, 2010 – Echoes Program 1002C. The Kolinda group is Hungarian, and the song name of them is “Ej Banat” in Hungarian, which means “Oh Sorrow” in English. The Album Name is “Osz” in Hugarian, which means “Autumn” or “Fall” in English. Thx, nutpainter

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