Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017-Echoes Program 1712C

Jon Hassell at 80

Trumpeter Jon Hassell‘s music roots go back to Karlheinz Stockhausen, Lamonte Young‘s Theatre of Eternal Music and playing on the first recording of Terry Riley‘s In C.  He created the sound of Techno-Tribal music that was brought to popularity in collaborations with Brian Eno, and his distinctive trumpet sound has been adopted by musicians like Mark Isham.  We look back on a musician who pushed the sonic envelope as he celebrates his 80th birthday.

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017
Echoes Program 1712C

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Adam Werner
Early Mourning Passage
0:06:00
Wilsen
Garden
0:09:27
On Dead Waves
Never Over
0:13:15
Hammock
We Could Have Been Beautiful Again
0:19:27
Low
Into You
0:23:06
Bing & Ruth
The How of It Sped
0:29:00
Break – ErikWollo
Nimbus (retrace) (excerpt)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Feature: Jon Hassell at 80


0:39:30
break


0:40:00
Jon Hassel
Ba-Benzele
0:46:02
Jon Hassell
Last Night the Moon Came
0:59:00
break-Johann Johannson
They Leave Everything Behind

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Daniel Voth
Brazil
1:06:00
Wall
Left to Wonder
1:09:47
Digitonal
Beltane
1:13:57
All India Radio
This Is Life
1:19:08
Brian Reitzel
The Conversation
1:22:50
Hans Christian
First Light
1:29:30
Break-Bryan Carrigan
A Hundred Winters Old (excerpt)

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Echo Arcadia
Ghosts
1:33:39
Ozric Tentacles
Air City
1:37:21
The Weather Station
Way It Is – Way It Could Be
1:40:55
Brad Hoyt
Mezzanine Quintet
1:43:45
break


1:44:30
Hans Zimmer
Mogadishu Blues
1:47:08
Alt-J
3WW
1:51:51
Johan Agebjorn & Mikael Ogren
Relentless Rain over Ladoga


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