Weekend August 22nd, 23rd & 24th-Echoes Program 1434A

Living Room Concert: Phox

Living Room Concert: Phox
Phox is an atmospheric folk band from Madison Wisconsin who has just released their self-titled album.  Fronted by singer Monica Martin, they wrap gentle music around themes of troubled home life and lost love. They play live on Echoes.

Weekend August 22nd, 23rd & 24th
Echoes Program 1434A
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name
First Half Hour
0:01:00  Tigerforest  Chasing Starlights  The Tides of Day and Night 
0:06:00  Orenda Fink  This is a Part of Something Greater  Blue Dream 
0:10:26  Near the Parenthesis  Neume  Cloud Not Mountain 
0:15:25  Lili Hayden  Elephant Trapeze (Welcome to Lililand – feat. Blake Mills)  LiliLand 
0:19:41  Kaya Project  The Phoenix Rises  Firedance 
0:24:52  Lex Nichols  The Ocean  The Path Less Traveled CD Baby
0:29:00  break   
Second Half Hour
0:30:00  Living Room Concert: Phox
0:31:27  Phox  Calico Man (Live)   Phox 
0:35:20  Phox  1936 (Live)  Phox 
0:40:18  Phox  Kingfisher (Live)  Phox 
0:44:46  Phox  Satyr and the Faun (Live)  Phox 
0:50:20  Phox  Slow Motion (Live)  Phox 
0:55:25  following the concert:   
0:55:25  Phox  Raspberry Seed (excerpt) Phox 
0:59:00  break   
Third Half Hour
0:01:00  Erik Wollo  Perma  Tundra 
0:06:00  John Luttrell  Dreamcast  The Dream Exchange CD Baby
0:09:11  Lisa Gerrard  Become  Twilight Kingdom 
0:11:28  Lana Del Rey  Ultraviolence  Ultraviolence 
0:15:34  Slow Dancing Society  Heaven in the Backseat  The Cogent Sea 
0:20:00  Philip Selway  Coming Up for Air  Weatherhouse 
0:23:15  William Orbit  Poppies  Strange Cargo 5 
0:29:00  break   
Fourth Half Hour
0:30:00  Circular  3 Moons  Moon Pool 
0:36:07  Grumbling Fur  Secrets of the Earth  Preternaturals 
0:39:47  Faded Paper Figures  Forked Paths  Relics CD Baby
0:43:42  break   
0:44:27  Nelson Foltz and Tom Lynn  Departure  Departure CD Baby


 

  1 comment for “Weekend August 22nd, 23rd & 24th-Echoes Program 1434A

  1. Jean
    August 22, 2014 at 10:29 pm

    Brilliant. As always.

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