Weekend, June 11 & 12, 2016-Echoes Program 1623A

Singer-songwriter Haroula Rose’s Here the Blue River is an album of poetic beauty, both in the lyrics and the music. Its title is from a Ralph Waldo Emerson poem, and it leads to the water imagery that dominates the metaphorical language of the album.

Weekend, June 11 & 12
Echoes Program 1623A


Start Time


Group Name


Song Name


Album Name

First Half Hour

Radio Massacre International 
Organ Harvest 
Two Suns 
Gileah Taylor 
It’s an Art 
DF Tram 
Britta Phillips 
The Amazing 

Second Half Hour

Interview with Haroula Rose 
Haroula Rose 
Walk Away 
Glenn Jones 
Close to the Ground 
Marissa Nadler 
Nothing Feels the Same 
Darshan Ambient 
The Gathering of Waters 

Third Half Hour

Jeff Oster 
Nikki’s Dream 
Kelsey Lu 
The Sea that Never Ends 
Parallel Lives 
Paul Hardcastle 
East to West 

Fourth Half Hour

Beach House 
Ringside at the Parthenon 
Baby Alpaca 
Polar Lights 
Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Richman Poorman Beggarman Thief 
Dub Trees 
Return to the River Ganges 



  4 comments for “Weekend, June 11 & 12, 2016-Echoes Program 1623A

  1. June 12, 2016 at 6:12 am

    It’s just after 5:00 am Central, Sunday morning, June 12. I just got through listening to Echoes. I want to know the information on the last song(s) I listened to, please. I looked up the last few songs for the playlist for today, but none of them match what I just heard. Here is what I heard, as the program was nearing its close: first, a song with a female artist. To me it sounded very similar to Morcheeba, but it wasn’t her. Then another song or series of songs came on. I really want to purchase these songs. I would describe them as ethereal electronic or trip hop. At some point there were male vocals saying something about “the road less traveled.” Then it went on to electronic music with no vocals. I wasn’t able to catch any of the song credits, as at that time the power cord to my clock radio came out of the wall. According to this playlist for this date, the last few songs were by Radiohead and Celtic Vedic. I looked up both songs listed, and they don’t sound anything like what I was just listening to. I would really appreciate someone’s help in identifying the songs I just heard at the very end of Echoes this morning. Thank you so much, Lisa

    • echoes-web
      June 13, 2016 at 11:40 am

      Hi Lisa, check out the playlist from Wednesday, June 8. In particular, the fourth half-hour of that show sounds a lot like what you’re describing. We apologize for the confusion, but when your local station airs Echoes on the weekends, they select from programs that we sent out to stations during the previous week. The most common program that stations use is the Monday program, but if your station airs more than two hours of Echoes on the weekend, either in a row, or over multiple days, they’re most likely to play the show from Monday, followed by Tuesday, Wednesday, and so on. So you may need to browse around in the shows from the few days before you heard the show on the weekend – again most likely hours 1&2 will be from Monday (and what we label as the “weekend” show) hours 3&4 will be from Tuesday, hours 5&6 will be from Wednesday, and so on… Hope that helps you track the music down!

  2. Bevin
    June 12, 2016 at 11:03 pm

    I am listening now and this playlist is totally wrong for June 12, 2016…

    • echoes-web
      June 13, 2016 at 11:30 am

      The weekend shows are always a bit tricky: different stations around the country play different programs from the previous week, and it varies depending on how many hours they’re playing, whether they run Echoes on just one day or two, and many other possible variations. The reason we post one playlist as the “weekend” show is that the program that originally aired on the previous Monday is the most common one to be used on weekends by the most stations. But if it’s not looking like what you’re hearing, try the playlist from the previous Tuesday. If that’s still not it, take a look at Wednesday… In MOST cases, if your station plays two hours of Echoes on the weekend, you can count on the “weekend” playlist to be accurate. If your station plays more than two hours, in a row, or over the course of two days, the first two hours will probably be accurately reflected by that “weekend” playlist, the next hour or two will be from the program that originally ran on the Tuesday before when you are listening. And if your station airs 5 or more hours over the course of the weekend, hours 5 and 6 would most likely be taken from Wednesday’s show. But – what to play when is ultimately up to the individual stations, so you might want to contact your local station and ask what programs are being aired. Our apologies for any confusion, but we hope you’re enjoying the music!

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