Friday, Feb 7, 2020: Echoes Program 2005E

New Music from Crissy Hynde

Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders is the most rockin’ singer of the last 40 years, but on a new album, she reveals a softer side with a jazz-inflected release that also has a bit of atmospheric ambience about it. It’s called Valve Bone Woe. Chrissie Hynde covers a classic by Nick Drake on this Echoes.

Echoes Friday, February 7, 2019: Echoes Program 2005E
Start Time Group Name Song Name Album Name
 First Half Hour
0:01:00 David Pritchard Resin Evanescent
0:06:00 FLOW Adrift At Sea Promise
0:09:26 Jonny Lipford Poet’s Awakening Migration
0:16:00 Polly Fae Carry The Spell Dreamwalkers
0:18:25 King Crimson Epitaph (Including March For No Reason And Tomorrow And
In The Court Of The Crimson King
 Second Half Hour
0:30:00 Chrissie Hynde River Man Valve Bone Woe
0:34:25 Lana Del Rey How To Disappear Norman F***ing Rockwell
0:38:02 Jeff Oster Velvet And Smoke Reach
0:44:20 break
0:43:10 Brian Eno Deep Blue Day Apollo
0:46:41 SUSS Ursa Major Highline
0:49:41 Cigarettes After Sex Heavenly Cry
0:54:17 Bill Frisell Fifty Years Harmony
 Third Half Hour
1:01:00 Sharon Van Etten Jupiter 4 Remind Me Tomorrow
1:06:00 Eberhard Weber Karlsruhe Resume
1:08:16 Rise Dark Cloud Strangers
1:13:07 Bombay Dub Orchestra Songs From the Seven Towers Tales From The Grand Bazaar
1:20:28 Bluetech Helix (Living Light Remix) Liquid Geometries in Dub
 Fourth Half Hour
1:30:00 Jill Haley Prairie Grass Dance The Winds Of Badlands
1:33:28 Illenium Every Piece Of Me Featuring Echos Ascend
1:37:07 Kitaro Silk Road Fantasy Silk Road I
1:41:25 break
1:42:10 Fink Out Loud Bloom Innocent
1:47:44 Alison Sudol The Runner Moonlite
1:51:56 Sevish Horizons Horixens

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