Monday, March 6th, 2017-Echoes Program 1710A

Spinning back in time with Mike Oldfield

 

Mike Oldfield is best known for his 1973 epic, Tubular Bells, but one of his most beloved recordings is his third album, 1975’s Ommadawn. Like Tubular Bells it was two, side-long journeys, this time into a sound that was pastoral, Celtic and African. Oldfield spins back to that time with a new album, Return to Ommadawn, on which he plays over 20 instruments in crafting a composition that echoes the original without retreading it. From his Bahama home, Oldfield talks about his Return to Ommadawn.

Monday, March 6th
Echoes Program 1710A

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Ty Burhoe
Spirit Ship
0:06:00
Thievery Corporation
Love Has No Heart (featuring Shana Halligan)
0:09:56
Dungen
Jakten Genom Skogen
0:13:24
Jessica Manning
Stay With Me
0:17:05
Emiliana Torrini
Caterpillar
0:21:36
Bing & Ruth
The How of It Sped
0:29:00
break- I Think Like Midnight
Echo Celeste (excerpt)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Interview: Mike Oldfield
0:39:45
break


0:40:00
Mike Oldfield
Return to Ommadawn pt 1
0:59:00
break-David Arkenstone
Star Fall (excerpt)

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Ballet Mech
John
1:06:00
Richard Ashe
Desert Sleepers
1:10:00
Echo Arcadia
The Last Time
1:13:21
Daniel Voth
Staring at the Sun
1:16:48
Hite
Light
1:20:51
O + S (Orenda Fink & Scalpelist)
Hold You Down
You Were Once the Sun Now You’re the Moon
1:23:45
Djam Karet
Au Revoir Au Reve
1:29:30
Break-Bryan Carrigan
A Hundred Winters Old (excerpt)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Clavvs
Future Gold
1:33:29
The Flaming Lips
Do Glowy
1:37:13
Johan Agebjorn & Mikael Ogren
Aurora Over Odega (remix)
1:42:58
Henry Jamison
No One Told Me
1:46:25
break


1:47:10
Sohn
Primary
1:50:30
Portishead
Pedestal
1:54:03
Ulrich Schnauss & Jonas Munk
Caffeine Blues

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