Thursday June 22nd, 2017-Echoes Program 1725D

Tangerine Dream's Horror Film Score

In 1977 Tangerine Dream created their first Hollywood film score for the movie Sorcerer, directed by William Friedkin, fresh off the monster success of The Exorcist. In the original liner notes Friedkin said he would’ve used the Dream for The Exorcist if he’d known about them then. We’ll look back on this signature work with a suite of music.

Thursday, June 22nd
Echoes Program 1725D

Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Goldfrapp
0:06:00
Drop.Kick.Pop
0:08:36
Pixx
0:11:35
Animat
0:14:42
London Grammar
0:18:35
Steve Kilbey and Martin Kennedy
0:22:14
David Helpling & Jon Jenkins
0:29:00
break-David Arkenstone

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Nym
0:34:52
Washed Out
Burn Out Blues
0:38:35
Klaus Schulze
0:43:26
break

0:43:58
Luca D’Alberto
0:47:59
Be the Bear
0:51:45
The Greatest Hoax
You Never Learned a Thing
0:59:00
break-The American Dollar

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Mac Quayle
1:06:00
Tangerine Dream
1:11:47
Tangerine Dream
1:14:35
Tangerine Dream
1:18:02
Tangerine Dream
Impression of Sorcerer
1:22:35
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
1:29:30
break11- I Think Like Midnight

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Sheila Chandra
Sacred Stones
The Echoes Living Room Concerts Volume 2
1:36:22
Robert Plant
1:41:27
break


1:41:51
Dead Can Dance
1:48:07
Yaima
1:51:48
Endless Field
Airglow

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