Tuesday, July 14th, 2015-Echoes Program 1528B

Interview with Digitonal.

Andrew Dobson started performing as Digitonal in 1997 and began recording with the 2002 album, 23 Things Fall Apart. With the addition of Egyptian violinist Samy Bishai Digitonal hit its stride with the 2008 album, Save Your Light for Darker Days. That album was, simply, a masterpiece, a definitive ambient chamber music exploration with haunting melodies and enveloping atmospheres. Bishai created soaring solos and lush orchestrations while Dobson mixed synthesizer moods with sometimes searing, anguished clarinet playing. They found a common ground between chilled electronic grooves and the modern classicism of Steve Reich and Arvo Pärt. That sound continues on their first album in seven years, Beautiful Broken, an Echoes CD of the Month in June.

 


Tuesday July 14th
Echoes Program 1528B 


Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 
Little People 
Farewell 
0:06:00 
Sharon Van Etten 
Pay My Debts 
0:11:08 
Aquilo 
I Gave it All 
0:14:49 
Slow Meadow 
Blue Rose on a Windowsill 
0:19:58 
Loreena McKennitt 
Mystic’s Dream 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
An Interview with Digitonal 
0:39:01 
break 
0:39:31 
Digitonal 
We Three 
0:45:22 
Songs of Water 
She’s Only Sleeping 
0:49:42 
Laura Marling 
Warrior 
0:54:43 
Todd Tobias 
Taipivai 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
Michael Whalen 
The Mother Knows 
0:06:00 
Jean-Michel Jarre 
Zero Gravity (with Tangerine Dream) 
0:12:34 
SOAK 
Sea Creatures 
0:15:41 
Jamie XX 
Stranger in a Room 
0:18:28 
Mono  
Elysian Castles 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
Heather Woods Broderick 
Desert 
0:34:29 
Al Di Meola 
Amanjena 
0:39:35 
Haelos 
The Sun Rising 
0:44:55 
break 
0:45:40 
Kaya Project 
The Stranger Rolls In 
0:46:58 
Farao 
Hunter 
0:51:17 
Mark Dwane 
Adrift 

 

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  2 comments for “Tuesday, July 14th, 2015-Echoes Program 1528B

  1. Tim Robertson
    July 14, 2015 at 11:34 pm

    Good Evening!
    You just finished a song- 11:28 p.m. or so – named “The Mask.” Please tell me the artist, album and label. I would like to have that sound in my collection.
    Thank you,
    Tim

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