Wednesday January 14th-Echoes Program 1502C

Interview: Orenda Fink
We know her as one half off the dream-pop masters of slo-mo melancholy, Azure Ray. But Orenda Fink has a new album of her own, Blue Dream. She talks the death of her dog and the ensuing depression that led her to explore existential themes of life and death as well as relationships. She talks about it on Echoes.

Wednesday January 14th
Echoes Program 1502C (Previously 1447B)
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name
First Half Hour
0:01:00  Lex Nichols  Vic’s Song  The Path Less Traveled CD Baby
0:06:00  Robert Schroeder  Electron Drive  Backspace 
0:12:18  Bonobo  Heaven for the Sinner (Featurning Szjerdene)  The North Borders Tour – Live 
0:16:34  Bryan Ferry  Johnny and Mary  Avonmore 
0:22:06  Mark McGuire  Entity (Presence)  Noctilucence 
0:29:00  break   
Second Half Hour
0:30:00  Interview: Orenda Fink 
0:38:31  break   
0:39:01  Orenda Fink  This is a Part of Something Greater  Blue Dream 
0:43:24  Bill Frisell  Tired of Waiting for You  Guitar in the Space Age 
0:49:20  Low Roar  Easy Way Out  0 
0:53:48  All India Radio  White Satin  A Low High CD Baby
0:59:00  break   
Third Half Hour
0:01:00  Submotion Orchestra  Rust  Alium 
0:06:00  Chad Lawson  Prelude in D Flat Opus 28  The Chopin Variations CD Baby
0:12:16  Angus and Julia Stone  I’m Not Yours  Down the Way 
0:16:03  Angelo Badalamenti  Into the Night  Twin Peaks 
0:19:33  Jon Hassell  Mombasa  City: Works of Fiction 
0:29:00  break   
Fourth Half Hour
0:30:00  Lunatic Soul  Gutter  Walking on a Flashlight Beam 
0:38:37  Tycho  Dive  Dive 
0:46:56  break   
0:47:41  Lily & Madeleine  Lips & Hips  Fumes 
0:51:40  Barbara Higbie  Variations on a Happy Ending  Scenes from Life 


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