Monday, April 6th, 2015-Echoes Program 1514A

Forrest Fang started out as a violinist, but somewhere along the path he turned towards the weird, picking up instruments from around the world, like the Chinese Gu Cheng, the Vietnamese Dan Bau, Tibetan bells and more. Merging those acoustic instruments  with electronic sounds, Fang creates a global music from the other side of dreams. Forrest Fang talks about his evolution and his latest album, Letters to the Farthest Star.

Monday April 6th
Echoes Program 1514A
Start Time
Group Name
Song Name
Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 
Olulo 
No Distance Travel
0:06:00 
Nightports 
Skywide 
0:10:21 
Elise Lebec 
Ghost Ships 
0:14:00 
Laura Marling 
Warrior 
0:19:03 
Fernwood 
Owen’s Hideaway 
0:22:44 
Erik Wollo 
Osmosis 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
Interview: Forrest Fang 
0:39:31 
break 
0:40:01 
Forrest Fang 
The Unreachable Lands I&II: Sunsail/Song of the Camel 
0:45:42 
Niyaz 
Tam e Eshq 
0:50:58 
Yngcult 
Sides of War 
0:55:19 
Cole and Coffman 
Bird Tracks 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
Mark Preston  
Changing Colors 
0:06:00 
Diagrams 
Serpent 
0:09:25 
Slagr 
Gamletun 
0:15:16 
Sufjan Stevens 
Blue Bucket of Gold 
0:19:50 
Frore & Shane Morris 
Orison 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
Sonomad 
This is Just a Dream 
0:34:00 
Nadine Shah 
Living 
0:38:35 
Chandeen 
Mountains 
0:44:31 
break 
0:45:16 
Rebekka Karijord 
You Make Me Real 
0:49:31 
Rajendra Teredesai 
The Road to Byblos 
Crosswinds-World Flute Conversations 

 
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