Wednesday, November 29th, 2017-Echoes Program 1748C

We Remember Michael Hedges

We celebrate two guitar geniuses this week, both with lives cut short. On Monday, we remembered Jimi Hendrix on his 75th birthday.  Today we remember Michael Hedges on the 20th anniversary of his passing. There isn’t a single acoustic guitar player you hear on Echoes who wasn’t influenced by Hedges’ two-handed tapping techniques, aggressive approach, and wild musical imagination. Kaki King, Don Ross, Preston Reed, Andy McKee and so many more, took a lot from Hedges’ work. We were fortunate to have Hedges appear on the show five times with two live performances in my living room and three interviews. We’ll hear those interviews and Michael’s music.

Wednesday, November 29th
Echoes Program 1748C

Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Michael Hedges
Live on the Double Planet
0:04:00
Michael Hedges
0:07:25
Interview: Michael Hedges


0:14:50
break


0:15:05
Michael Hedges
0:19:45
Michael Hedges
0:24:30
Michael Hedges

Second Half Hour

0:30:00
In Concert: Michael Hedges (September 13, 1994)


0:30:40
Michael Hedges
0:34:23
Michael Hedges
0:37:18
Michael Hedges
0:45:32
Michael Hedges
0:50:20
Michael Hedges
Syrinx (live)
(unreleased)
0:54:41
Michael Hedges

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Alex De Grassi
1:06:00
Will Ackerman
1:09:04
Michael Gulezian
1:17:12
Brian Gore/D’Gary/Miguel De La Bastide/Clive Carroll
International Guitar Night II (v/a)
1:23:23
Pierre Bensusan

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Kaki King
1:34:07
Todd Boston
1:38:06
Jeffrey Seeman
1:43:45
break


1:44:30
Adrian Legg
Adrian Legg Live
1:49:32
Van Larkins
1:52:58
Andy McKee

Homepage
Copyright 2017 Pennsylvania Public Radio Associates, Inc

 

  1 comment for “Wednesday, November 29th, 2017-Echoes Program 1748C

  1. Tim Woodworth
    December 2, 2017 at 1:18 am

    I enjoyed the Michael Hedges show a great deal. I play myself and there were artist I had not heard before. Is it possible to get a recording of that show? There have been shows in the past I would have enjoyed hearing again if I knew that was possible.Is that possible? I am at timwoodworth927@gmail.com

Leave a Reply