Tuesday, January 6, 2015 – Echoes Program 1501B

Interview: Tubular Bells for Two
Tubular Bells is one of the signature compositions of the late 20th century on which composer Mike Oldfield played over a dozen instruments in this layered piece. Two musicians from Australia have taken on the challenge of playing it live with no backing tracks or computers. Oldfield himself has said, “Those guys are amazing.  You should have them on your show.” We do when they talk about the challenge.

Tuesday January 6th
Echoes Program 1501B
Start Time
Group Name
Song Name
Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 
Neil Tatar and David Darling 
Garuda 
0:06:00 
Orenda Fink 
You Can Be Loved 
0:09:22 
Tim Farrell 
Kindred Spirit 
0:12:17 
Gareth Dickson 
Song Woman and Wine 
0:15:16 
Theodore Shapiro 
Interviews 
0:17:25 
Arborea 
Pale Horse Phantasm 
0:22:42 
Erik Wollo & Bernhard Wostheinrich 
On Those Grounds Alone 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
An interview with Tubular Bells for Two 
0:37:46 
break 
0:38:01 
Tubular Bells for Two 
Part 2 
0:49:52 
Mike Oldfield 
Ommadawn Pt.1 (excerpt) 
0:55:48 
California Guitar Trio 
Tubular Bells (excerpt) 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
Submotion Orchestra 
Rust 
0:06:00 
Sherry Finzer 
Hallelujah 
0:12:01 
Bel Canto 
The Glassmaker 
0:16:22 
Dark Orchard 
Ruby 
0:22:17 
Mary Fahl  
Falling Farther In 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
Low 
Four Score 
0:32:50 
Kiasmos 
Looped 
0:38:32 
Mirabilis 
The City 
0:43:24 
break 
0:44:09 
7 and 5 
Cloudburst 
0:49:10 
Broods 
Evergreen 
0:53:22 
Carsten Lindholm 
Elefantastic (featuring Rene Damsbak) 

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