Tuesday, March 8th, 2016-Echoes Program 1610B

From Academics to Ambience with J. Anthony Allen

You don’t usually find academic composers making music that you might find on a dance floor or in a chillout room, but J. Anthony Allen breaks that convention. He’s had compositions performed by the Minnesota Orchestra but unlike most academic composers who enter contemporary pop derived worlds, his music actually sounds like it belongs next to Bassnectar or Aphex Twin. J. Anthony Allen talks about his kinetic music and latest album, Anascorcia.


Tuesday, March 8th
Echoes Program 1610B

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 
Robert Rich 
Verbena 
0:06:00 
Sverre Knut Johansen 
Earth from Above 
0:12:16 
Jacco Gardner 
Another You 
0:16:10 
Bill Frisell 
As a Judgement 
0:20:34 
Miranda Lee Richards 
First Light of Winter 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
Interview : J. Anthony Allen 
0:41:01 
break 
0:41:16 
J. Anthony Allen 
Circadian 
0:47:42 
Ballet Mech 
LazyBones 
0:50:47 
Lee DeWyze 
Same For You 
0:54:18 
Forgotten Future 
Together 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
Rob Martino 
Differential 
0:06:00 
Emilie & Ogden 
Long Gone 
0:09:01 
Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble 
Distant Green Valley 
0:15:54 
Sierra Hull 
Wings of the Dawn 
0:20:07 
Michel Benita/Ethics 
Snowed In 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
BT 
Ferris Wheel 
0:38:18 
Logan Anderson 
A Better Life II 
0:45:06 
break 
0:45:51 
Jeff Oster 
All That Matters 
0:49:51 
Heidi Happy 
Land of Horses 
0:52:53 
Olivier Libaux 
Make It Wit Chu 

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  3 comments for “Tuesday, March 8th, 2016-Echoes Program 1610B

  1. ted coe
    March 9, 2016 at 9:07 am

    Last night, March 8th, 2016, I listened to, what I understood to be ‘Long Gone’ by Emilie & Ogden. I was driving, and as a musician, I found the recording’s instrumentation stimulating.

    Today I located that selection on iTunes, however ‘Long Gone’ seems as a different version of the song to me. Was the Echoes version the same as the “10 000” album recording???

    • ted coe
      March 9, 2016 at 11:33 am

      This is Ted again. While looking over the Echoes playlist from last night, I discovered the song and artist for which I initially searched was in actuality, not Emilie & Ogden, but rather Sierra Hull and her composition “Wings Of The Dawn” !!

      Intriguing strings, layered acoustic instrumentation and an enchanting vocal performance throughout “Wings…”

      I purchased Ms. Hull’s album: Weighted Minds. WOW.

      [also … I purchased Ms. Emilie’s recording as well]

      Thx Echoes. Very much enjoy the programming.

      • March 9, 2016 at 11:41 am

        Glad you got it sorted out. Both good picks!

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