Wednesday, February 3, 2010-Echoes Program 1005C

Wednesday, February 3rd
Echoes Program 1005C
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name
First Half Hour
0:01:00 Steve Hackett Spectral Mornings Spectral Mornings
0:06:00 Dan Ar Bras The Sea’s Lament Music for the Silences to Come
0:12:21 Don Peyote
It’s Me Ernesto!  Peyote Dreaming
0:17:03 Redshift Redshift 08 Wild 3
0:29:00 break
Second Half Hour
0:30:00 An Interview with Dianna Dilworth: Mellodrama
0:37:46 break
0:38:16 The Beatles Strawberry Fields Forever Magical Mystery Tour
0:41:48 King Crimson In the Court of the Crimson King (abridged) The Condensed 21st Century Guide to King Crimson
0:48:27 Tangerine Dream Phaedra (excerpt) Phaedra
0:55:32 Jon Brion Monday
I Heart Huckabees
0:59:00 break
Third Half Hour
0:01:00 Stephen Duros Spiral-Beneath the Surface Thira
0:06:00 Another Fine Day Life Before Land  Life Before Land
0:14:14 Tim Farrell Echoes of Ages  Codas
0:23:27 Matthew Schoening Emotional Clockwork Still:Echoes: The Echoes Living Room Concerts Vol. 15 (v/a)*
0:29:00 break
Fourth Half Hour
0:30:00 Anouar Brahem The Astounding Eyes of Rita The Astounding Eyes of Rita
0:38:43 Balmorhea Night Squall Constellations
0:42:19 Anthony Mazzella From Above Heavenly Guitar
0:48:23 break
0:49:08 Ludovico Einaudi The Snow Prelude
N. 15
Nightbook
0:53:37 Itamar Erez & The Adama Ensemble Morning Song  Desert Song

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  2 comments for “Wednesday, February 3, 2010-Echoes Program 1005C

  1. Neal Lewis
    February 7, 2010 at 8:49 pm

    As an old fan of the Mellotron, I was elated with your program. Bravo!

    I listed to Echoes every week on WSHU, Fairfield, CT.

  2. February 8, 2010 at 5:35 am

    I first became fascinated by electronic music while in college in the early 1960’s.
    Milton Babbitt (or one of his students) gave a concert at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Some of my friends were majoring in EE and they raved about it.
    I have studied the history, the technical production, and the music, on and off, since then.
    This program was a gold mine for me! Joy from the music, and learning from the interview and the blog.
    WOW!
    I listen to Echoes on Line whenever I get a chance. I also catch Echoes broadcasts on streaming radio whenever I can – favorite stations are WMFE (Orlando) and WSHU (CT) — probably rotate among about five or six others, depending on the times.

    Thanks so very much.

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