Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016-Echoes Program 1605B

Interview: Laurie Anderson.

Laurie Anderson is a true icon of modern music, creating a sound that brings together cultural observations, acute humor and ambient textures. She is the poet laureate of the cyber age, the first digital diva. Join John Diliberto when Laurie Anderson talks about Heart of a Dog on Echoes


Tuesday, February 2nd
Echoes Program 1605B

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 
Tuxedomoon and Cult with
No Name 
Lumberton 
0:06:00 
Enya 
Even in the Shadows 
0:10:02 
Sverre Knut Johansen 
Earth from Above 
0:15:50 
John Heart Jackie  
Nevada City 
0:20:13 
Massive Attack 
Ritual Spirit 
0:23:58 
Cavern of Anti-Matter 
Blowing My Nose Under Close Observation 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
Interview: Laurie Anderson 
0:42:21 
break 
0:42:41 
Laurie Anderson 
From the Air 
0:49:28 
Chris Coco 
New Age Sunrise 
0:54:30 
David and Steve Gordon 
Sound Chakra pt 1 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
Jeffrey Seeman 
Michael’s Journey 
0:06:00 
Ulrich Schnauss 
Gone Forever 
0:13:24 
Miranda Lee Richards 
Already Fine 
0:19:17 
Adrian Younge 
Memories of War 
0:21:47 
Haelos 
Dust 
0:26:20 
Les Baxter 
Simba 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
Remembering Paul Kantner 
0:30:46 
Jefferson Airplane 
Today 
0:33:44 
Jefferson Airplane 
Martha 
0:37:07 
Paul Kantner/Grace Slick/David Freiberg 
Your Mind Has Left Your Body 
0:42:32 
Jefferson Starship 
Have You Seen the Stars Tonight 
0:46:25 
Jefferson Airplane 
Won’t You Try/Saturday Afternoon 
0:51:07 
break
0:51:52 
Jefferson Airplane
Let’s Get Together


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  2 comments for “Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016-Echoes Program 1605B

  1. Michael Potter
    February 7, 2016 at 11:22 pm

    WBHM played the Second Half Hour with Laurie Anderson Sunday 7 Feb 9:30pm-10pm (CST). What was the playlist for the preceding half hour? It was different from the first half hour on this page.

    • February 8, 2016 at 11:02 am

      Hmmm. That shouldn’t be happening. Do you remember any of the tracks you heard?

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