Monday November 24th-Echoes Program 1448A

Interview: Bassnectar
His fans are called Bassheads and he sells out venues like Madison Square Garden. Bassnectar is the recording persona of Lorin Ashton. He doesn’t play a conventional instrument, and his sound is a sonic collage, mixing other records and sounds over throbbing beats and deep bass. Lorin Ashton talks about the genesis of Bassnectar including his latest album, Noise vs Beauty; a title that sums up his aesthetic.

Monday November 24th
Echoes Program 1448A
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name
First Half Hour
0:01:00  Jerome Froese  A Neo-Victorian Romance  Far Side of the Face 
0:06:00  French for Rabbitts  Woke Up to a Storm  Spirits 
0:10:06  The Piano Guys  Story of My Life  Wonders 
0:14:25  Wax Tailor  Dry Your Eyes  Phonovisions Symphonic Orchestra 
0:18:11  Robert Schroeder  Behind the Universe  Backspace 
0:22:09  Frankie Rose  Moon in My Mind  Tangents – The Echoes Living Room Concerts Vol. 18 CD Baby
0:24:55  Patrick O’Hearn  Northwest Passage  So Flows the Current CD Baby
0:29:00  break   
Second Half Hour
0:30:00  Interview: Bassnectar
0:39:01  break   
0:39:31  Bassnectar  Flash Back  Noise Vs. Beauty 
0:43:30  Boats  Spider’s Soul  Boats 
0:47:16  Loreena McKennitt  Dark Night of the Soul  The Mask and Mirror 
0:53:54  Eklipse  Until the End of the World (Apoptygma Berzerk)  Electric Air 
0:59:00  break   
Third Half Hour
0:01:00  Bonobo  Stay the Same  The North Borders Tour – Live 
0:06:00  Todd Boston  Alapana  Touched by the Sun CD Baby
0:07:09  Beck  Turn Away  Morning Phase 
0:10:09  Strunz & Farah  Tavoos  Moods and Visions 
0:15:26  Vas  The Inward Coil  In the Garden of Souls 
0:20:29  Asura  Everlasting  Radio Universe 
0:29:00  break   
Fourth Half Hour
0:30:00  Phil Keaggy/Jeff Johnson  Riding the Stone Waves  Frio Suite 
0:37:55  Sea Oleena  Everyone With Eyes Closed  Shallow 
0:42:28  break   
0:43:13  Lily & Madeleine  Blue Blades  Fumes 
0:47:15  Barbara Higbie  Irreducible Mind  Scenes from Life 
0:51:38  Bryan Ferry  Johnny and Mary  Avonmore 

 

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