Wednesday January 18th, 2017-Echoes Program 1703C

Enigma's Sex, Lust and Chant.

In 1990 Enigma enchanted the world with their album, MCMXC a.D. (1990) mixing gothic chants and electronic moods. Now they return with their first album in eight years, The Fall of a Rebel Angel. Enigma’s Michael Cretu talks about the concepts that made Enigma one of the chillout bands of the 1990s.

 

Wednesday, January 18th
Echoes Program 1703C

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Erik Scott
Breathing Room (with Jeff Pearce)
0:06:00
Over the Rhine
All of it Was Music
0:10:02
Art Patience
Compassion
0:15:48
The XX
A Violent Noise
0:19:30
Nouvelle Vague
I Could Be Happy
0:23:00
Zero 7
Polaris
0:29:00
break-Paul Pimsler
Strength (excerpt)
Music

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Interview: Enigma


0:39:55
break


0:40:15
Enigma
Mother
0:43:28
Emmy the Great
Swimming Pool
0:47:30
Ulrich Schnauss and Jonas Munk
Caffeine Blues
0:52:40
C Duncan
Nothing More
0:59:00
break-Bill Nelson
Bringers of Lights to the Feast

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Bouquet
In a Dream
1:06:00
The American Dollar
Chill Kingdom
Chill Kingdom (single)
1:09:33
Emiliana Torrini
Caterpillar
1:13:51
Minor Victories
Give up the Ghost: Orchestral Variation
1:20:46
Peter Gabriel
I’m Amazing
1:29:30
break-David Arkenstone
Tunnels (excerpt)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
On Dead Waves
Blue Inside
1:34:20
DF Tram
Nightcrawler
1:39:28
Where the Good Way Lies
Shadows March
1:45:40
break


1:46:20
Dead Can Dance
Children of the Sun
1:53:37
Max Richter
Genesis of Poetry

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