Thursday, November 2nd, 2017-Echoes Program 1744D

Flashback 50 Echoes Revisits Disraeli Gears

In a Flashback 50, Echoes revisits Disraeli Gears, the second album by the legendary trio Cream, with Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker. We’ll also hear new music from electronic musician Jeff Rona from his album, Projector. We’re spooling the next reel on Echoes.

Thursday, November 2nd
Echoes Program 1744D

Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Moya Brennan
0:06:00
Simon Taylor
0:09:00
Ane Brun
I Want to Know What Love Is
0:12:20
Carbon Based Lifeforms
Frog
0:18:35
Aquilo
0:22:25
Nucultures
0:29:00
break-Paul Pimsler
Start Again (excerpt)
Music

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
Odesza
0:32:52
Niyaz
0:38:10
Tori Amos
0:44:20
break


0:45:05
Nicholas Gunn
0:49:02
Zola Jesus
0:53:42
Darshan Ambient
0:59:00
break-David Arkenstone

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Jack Bruce
Folk Song
Harmony Row
1:06:00
Ludovico Einaudi
1:10:58
Jeff Rona
1:17:05
break


1:18:00
Cream
1:21:23
Cream
1:24:53
Cream
1:29:30
break-I Think Like Midnight

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Medeski Martin and Wood
1:35:18
Magic Drum Orchestra
1:38:50
Indian Ropeman
1:41:03
Mark Walmsley
1:42:53
Judson Mancebo
Sunshine of Your Love
1:45:37
Barry Phillips
1:48:07
Cream
Sunshine of Your Love

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  4 comments for “Thursday, November 2nd, 2017-Echoes Program 1744D

  1. November 3, 2017 at 1:04 am

    Your Sunshine of Your Love Medley should have been closed out by the sublime performance at Royal Albert Hall in 1969 by – JIMI HENDRIX. The song has never been officially released thanks to the lawyers. Note that four other songs considered so astoundingly well played they were included on Hendrix albums : “In the West” (LP version only) and “Concerts”.
    If you find the unofficially released songs you will greatly appreciate what audio engineers and producers do – compare them to their output on the LP/CD versions. I made an attempt with “Sunshine” here:

    • November 3, 2017 at 12:56 pm

      Well, I would’ve closed with Cream no matter what. The Hendrix version is cool, but really, way too heavy on a segment that was already pushing the Echoes “chill” envelope. Thanks for the comment and listening.

  2. November 3, 2017 at 10:39 am

    Your Sunshine of Your Love Medley should have been closed out by the sublime performance at Royal Albert Hall in 1969 by – JIMI HENDRIX. His 7 minute version includes a “break” as he experimented with for a short time.

  3. abc
    November 5, 2017 at 11:28 pm

    Nice

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